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Oregon City Enterprise.
VOL.20. NO. 20,
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1895.
Clrmill notirl coniroime flral Mumliiy In No
vnraMir mil llilnl Moinlajr In April,
Proliant oiiurt In oaaalon Aral Mutnliijr In ih
CommlmloiiKri onnrt mrii flrat Worinoadar
Sltur Drat tlimiUir nl each nioiilli.
10lllK)N R. IIVKH,
LA WY I'll.
All Irgal maltnra atlinl-tl to promptly.
AIT II. POIIYNH,
. ATTOHNKY AT LAW,
CANBY, .... OKKtiON.
Will pmi'ilr iH'lnm all eourta, In.iirautiD
wrlllrn In all ltaillii oiiiiaiil.
"1 KO I STUKY,
ATTOHNKY AT I.AW.
l)etalra iiiiiallr Court lloiiw.
TIUhb nanilnr.l and ahalracla niailn. Mnnay
Loaiipcl, Mnrlaura (rwliiaH anil
lannral law nuaiuoae.
U O'X Kil l.. J. R. II Hilda, R. W, TlloMrnoN.
NEIIX, IIKHUKH TIIOMI'HON,
ATTORN KYB AT I.AW.
Or if. on 'dr Hank HhIMIik, Oriin Clly, and
A u. I. w. I mn pin, roriiauq.
io General Uf Hii.lnr.. l-oart Motif jr. I'm
NOTA It V ITIII.IOiml CONVKYANCKH.
Heal inula handled Itiiuranr wrlltru In
Oik llartluld, nt llarll.ir.l, FalaMlia. North
llrlll.h A Mrrranllla, llainbiiri nl Umuian
Oftlca wllh II, K, Croaa, OrBRori l'tl. On-Roti
LACK A UAH AMHTK ACT A TKt'bT CO.
Alixrarla of Clarkamaa enunt)f rntH-rtjr ap-
laity. tlonii worn, ranai, marai-a,
W ork iirantid. (llva ua a trial It
C LaloiiiiMla. K. K lioualilaon, J. F.
( lark, IMrm'tora.
orrooX city, - - ... oRR'ioat.
N N JOMNaoK D W RISSAIRU.
T"1NNAIKI) A JOHNSON.
CIVII. KNUINKKIIhTaSI BURVEYOHU.
Hallway lacallnn and rfinatrurtliin, brlilgva.
plain ami vatluiatea lor water auppljr.
Ilralnai aud etrwl lniprnvnient ol tuwui.
flpaclal attention (Ivan tn criilitlu and bin
T CAKKY JOHNSON.
Cornor Klht and Main atnwta, Orion Clly,
KEAI. ESTATE TOHKI.L AND
MONEY TO LOAN.
L. I'OKTKK, ......
, ATTORNEY AT I.AW -
larrmAiTior raorKEH rcxiHi.
Otllc next to Ort'fnn Cllr hank nn tn itrwL
0. T. WIMJAMH,
'kKAL KBTATK ANII WAN AOKNT.
A (nod Hue ol bualliiaa, rxaldrlice and auburbaa
farm Property In trauta to aull on aaar terms.
Crnpndr'nc promptlf anawfrrd. OtHet,
BildMir to Caufleld A lliiutlsy drug alor.
It. A D.C. LATOl'KKTTa,
. COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIN iTRKItT, OBKOON CITY, ORKOON.
rurnlih Ahatraota nl Tula. Loan Money, Fore
clone Morlianea, and tranaaot Ueuerl
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will Phactic in All Covrti or tmi Stati
Krai Katt And Iniunnce.
Office nn Main Hlr t U't Blxth aud Seventh,
orkion uitr, OR.
counselor at law
OBloe over Oregon City Hank,
IN CITY, OIUOON
OBO. RROWNKLL. 4. I. DRKHUKR.
1lsOWNKLL A UKKBHKK
attorneys at law,
Orhoi X City, - Orriion.
Will ininilre In all the court of the atate. Of
fice, mut door to Caufleld A Huntluy'a drug
rpilK (JOMMKHI'lAL HANK,
OP OltKOON CITY.
TRANNACTK A ORNRRAL RANKINO nilltlNKHRl.
Lnaiia made Bill! dltcounted. Make! col
loctinna. Iluya and aella exchaiiKe on all points
tu the United States, Europe and Hong Kong.
Depoilta rcrel-td subject to check . Interest at
uiual rates allowed on time deposits. Bank
open from V A. m, to i r. M. Saturday evenings
from i to 7 . t.
0 C. LATOUKETTK, Proaident.
K K DONALDSON, Cashier
JJANK OP OREGON CITY,
Oldest Banking Hesse In the Cllr.
Paid up Capital, ITiO.OOO.
PRRSIDRNT, - - , ' TllOt. CHARMAM
VICR RRRS1DRNT, ORO. A. HARDING.
CAIHIRR. . O CASriRLD,
MAMAORR, CHARI.RS H. CAUFIRLD.
A (enoral banking business transscted.
Deposits received subject to check.
Approved bills and notes discounted.
Count) and city warrants bought.
Loans mvle on available security.
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections made promptly.
Drafts sold avallaule In any part of the world
Telegraphlo exchanges sold on Portland, San
Francisco, flhloago and New York.
Interest palj on time deposits.
Bub Areutsof THE LONDON CHEQUE BANK.
Pure Dru ijjs
In a prescription are of an 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. Nl. 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 - A. - SPECIALTY.
Prices the lowest to be had in Portland. Shop on Fourth Street,
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon. -
I." 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 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,
i Tho best in the market. Price 25 cents. For sale
at the CANBY PHARMACY, Car.by, 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.
ikm i:n Tin-: i.owknt.
CaxT'Shop corner Fourth and Water streets, back of Pone A Co's, Oregon City
The Chinese Suffered....
....Another Defeat I
The Oregon City Steam Laundry
Clean Work, Neat Work, and Cheaper Work
Than can be had of tho Chinese or any other place in the city. ' ,"
Special Rates on Family Work. Goods called
for and delivered.
Do You Need a Legal Blank?
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
One or a Quantity Sent
Prices to Your Address.
Wo rmvo n handsome a variety of
buby carriages no ever provoked
maternal admiration. There ouglit
to lie jiiHt an much reiiHon for taking a
littlo jiride in your baby's turnout oh
there is for taking pride in the baby
itnclf. You are certain to be junt
at well pleased with tlio prices a
with the carriages. It will cost you
nothing to hi them and it will cost
you but if3.7.r to purchaHe one, or if
you should desire a more expermive
one we have them bh fine an can he
had in Portland nt ortland prices.
BELIjOMY & 1HJSC1I. Oregon City.
POTSAGE PAID at Portland
OUR FLAG FIRED ON
Spaniard Attempt to Stop an
TIIE SPANISH Ft AW WAS HALl'TED
lint Hid Man-of-War VYms Not NatUlted
Shell Fell DaiiKf rouslr Sear
The Uulmire Reported.
Nrw York, March 12. The Ainprican
mail RfemiiHliip'Alliancia, while proceed
ing from Colon to New York on the 8th
bint., ii;itpl a burkentine-rixxed steamer
ofTCHiK; May, on the eaxtrn ede of
Cuba, which headt'd directly toward her.
At 7, when about 2 miles dixtitnt, she
hoNed the Kpanish flax, which wan
afn'ed by huintinx the American enin 1
and dipping if, which act ol courtly was
answered hy the Hpaniard.
At 7 :1.r) slie fired a blank cartridge U
lee-ward, which waa soon followed by an
other. The American Benign was again
! dipped, but the rourse and ipeed of the
I ship was not changed) no hostile demon
strations bfin((anticipstol, aathe Allian-
cia was more than nil miles off land
The Spanish man-of-war was not satis
I fled, however, with even a double salute,
but proceeded fo chase the American at
' full speed. Seeing the Allianciadrawing
'away, she yawed to, bringing her guns
;to bear, and fired a solid shot, which
struck the water less than an eighth of a
mile away from the ship, and directly in
line. This was lollowed by two wore
solid shots, which, fortunately, did not
reach the mark, the second striking the
water in plain sight of the ship. At each
shot, however, the Spanish ship yawed
to to get range on the American ship be
fore firing upon her, plainly showing an
Intention to hit her if she could.
Captain Crossman, of the AUiancia,
knowing he was more than two leagues
from the land, and on the high seas, or
dered full sail and gradually drew out of
range. . The chase waa kept up for more
tliono miles however.
This outrage has been reported to the
secretary of state by Captain Crossman,
and no doubt a prompt demand will be
made on the Spanish government for an
explanation of the insult, and a reason
required for the attempt made to stop an
American mail steamer on the high sea
in time of peace.
TEEM8 OF PEACE.
1 Btatsmeat of What Is Baid to Have Eet
Washington, March 12. As a result
of the negotiations between Minister
Dun in Japan and Minister Denby in
China, the temis of peace about to be
concluded between China and Japan are
now known with little snort of exactness.
As understood in official circles, they
are as follows: 1
1 The treaty between Japan and
China has ceased to exist by reason of
war, but on the renewal of peace the
new treaty will grant Japan extra terri
torial jurisdiction in China, but the lat
ter country will surrender the extra ter
ritorial jurisdiction she formerly held in
Japan. ' '
2 There will be no extension of Jap
anese territory on the mainland of Asia,
but the island of Formosa, a Chinese
possession lying off the . co.ist, will be
permanently ceded to Japan.
f 3 The Japanese will, by treaty, be
granted the right to continue the occupa
tion of Port Arthur and Wei Hai-Wei,
the two great naval stations leading to
PeChi-Li, for a term of years.
4 The claim of China that Corea is a
dependency of hers shall be forever re
linquished, and Corea shall henceforth
5 The cash indemnity to be paid by
China will not exceed $250,000,000 in
JAPaITnOT T0 fEACE.
Tho Wr Party Still in tho Aooendatit Thoro
. Determined to Tako Peking. ,
Paris, March 12. The European edi
tion of the New York Herald will publish
tomorrow advices from Shanghai, under
date cf March 12, saying that, although
it is virtually settled that u Hung Uiang
will present to the Japanese government
terms of almost absolute surrender, high
.Taimnnsn circles are verv skeptical re
garding the conclusion of peace. The
Japanese army is determined to reach
Peking, but meanwhile Japan does not
wish China to see too clearly that the
desire for pece is none too real. It is
believed that the meeting between the
mikado and Li Hung Chang will take
nlace at Simonaski. The war party in
Japan continues in the ascendant, but
the party advocating peace at any price
is iust now dominant in China. Never
theless, only a temporary lull is antici
pated, lasting only until the object of the
presence of the Russian fleet Bhall be
made plainer. Colonal von Hanneken,
it is announced, will shortly return home.
Tho Feaoe Oonferonoo.
London. March 11. The Times Pekin
correspondent says: China, through
United Ktates ministers Denby and Run,
has agreed that the points to be dis
cussed at the peace conference with
Japan shall include: Independence of
Corea, cession of territory, payment of
such indemnity as the envoys may de
termine. No imperial edict relating to
the war has appeared in a month. No
reference fo 'he peace negotiations have
There is ostensible harmony among
the high officials here as to China's at
titude toward Japan for abandoning of a
war policy is now recognized as the only
possible course. The Central News cor
respondent at Shanghai confirms the
above as to the status of the negotia
tions. He denies the report that China
has accede.1 to Japan's demand, and Is
ready to sign a treaty of eace. That
report, he says, is pureficton. He adds:
Li Hung Chang will leave Tien-Tsin
March Hth fo fulfill his nitsaion. There
is grave doubt whether or not he will
succeed in reaching an an agreement
with the Japanese as to the terms of
At Ambition! Cadtt.
Washington. March 12 Secretary
Herbert today issued an order for the re
leaae from the naval academy of Taka
saki, the Japanese cadet, who desires to
engage in the war with China, and in
cidentally to get the benefit of the rapid
promotion now taking place in the Jap
anese navy. If Takasaki returns to the
United States within a reasonable time,
i he will probably be allowed to resume
his present status at the academy and
I continue his studies. .
Wlggii Predict! Birthqiikei.
Ottawa, March 11 Professor Stone
Wiggin, in speaking of the eclipse of
the moon, said It was not remarkable
except for the fact that it passed so nai
the celestial equator. This, he added,
would produce atmospheric disturbances
on both earth and moon and very de
cided fall of temperature on them
In all probability the event will be fol
lowed by earthquake shocks on both
hemispheres. Last night the moon, he
said, passed squarely over the earth's
shadow, which was of a dark brown
color, distinctly visible during the
eclipse. If it had no atmosphere to
distribute the solar rays, as there is no
light in space, it would have been black
Suing for a DiTorce.
Chicago, March 11. Pauline, the
daughter of Chief Justice Fuller, who
eloped six years ago, is seeking legal
separation from her husband, James
Aubrey, on account of drunkenness and
Send your address to E. E. Bucklen &
Co., Chicago and get a free sample box
of Dr. Kinn'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 and
liver trouble they have been proved In
valuable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious sub
stance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving tone to ntomach and bowels
greatly invigorate the system. Regular
sise 25 cents, per box. Sold by Charman
& Co., druggist, Charman Bros. Block.
The exposure to all sorts and condi
tions of weather that a lumberman is
called upon to endure in the camps, often
produces severe colds which, if not
promptly checked, result in congestion
or pneumonia Mr. J. O. Davenport,
ex manager of the Fort Bragg Redwood
Co., an immense institution at Fort
Bragg, Cal., says they sell large quanti
ties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at
the company's store and that be has
himself used this remedy for a severe
cold and obtained immediate relief. This
medicine prevents any tendency of a cold
toward pneumonia and insures a prompt
recovery. For sale by G. A. Harding,
druggist. 1 ' ' "
Sudden change of temperature and
humidity of the atmosphere often pro
duce disorders of the kidneys and blad
der. Use Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and
Kidney Balm to check these troublna in
their incipiency. For sale by C. Q.
Will's seeds are good; Likewise his
trees and plants. Twelfth annual cata
logue now ready, is full of things that
will interest you, among which are
sacaline the new forage plant, Great
Northern Bean, seventy day corn, first
of all peas and golden queen onion.
Hardy fruit and forest trees at hard times
prices. $25 in prizes for best yield of
coin. Oscar H. Will, Bismark, North
SHILOH'S CURE, the great Cough
and Croup Cure, id in great demand.
Pocket size contains twenty-five doses
only 26c. Children love it. For sale by
G. A. Harding.
The name One Minute Cough Cure
suggests a medicine that relieves at
once, and quickly cures. Its use proves
it. C.C. Huntley, druggiBt.
FIGHT IN A CIIUKCII
Poles Attempt Its Capture Dur
ing Early Mans.
THE PRIEST (MVE BATTLE.
Police Were Nummoned and, After i
Hard Battle, Took Posesloo
Many. Arrests Made.
Omaha, March 12. During the early
morning mass at St. Paul's Roman Cath
olic church today a party of Poles, for
merly members of the congregation, but
ouHted by Bishop Scannell, entered tho
church and attempted to take posem)ioD.
Father Karmineki, who waa saying mass,,
reunited the attempt to capture the church
and one of the invading party opened
fire. Father Karminski drew a revolver
and fired into the attacking party. After
a long fusilade the invaders withdrew,
leaving their wounded in the church.
Those wounded were F. DargrczawBkl,
shot throuith both legs; John Kozika,
shot through the knee, and Joseph In da.
one of the priest's supporters, stabbed
and beaten over the head. The police
were summoned, and after a hard fight
took possession of the church.
Several people were arrested, among
them Father Karminski, and they are
now in jail.
The trouble was the outgrowth of dis
sensions which have torn the church for
two yeais. Bishop Scannell removed the
priest in charge in spite of the protects
of leading men of the congregation and
the matter was carried into the courts.
Three weeks ago the district court de
cided the bishop should have possession
and the trouble waa supposed to be
ended. . ...
When the officers arrived on the scene
this morning they found an infuriated
mob surrounding the church building,
and it was necessary to fight their way
into the building. There they found the
priest in full possession, backed by five
altar boys and two wounded men lying
in the aisles. More trouble Is feared and
another battalion of police have been
sent to the neighborhood of the church.
BOOTH AXEH10AS TB0UBLE3.
Oormaay WanU Xoaey aad Franc Keparatioa
Proa the iepiolio of Veneinela.
Washington. Mar. 12. Political mat
ters in the northern part of South Amer
ica have assumed so serious a condition
that the navy department will probably
order AdmiralMeade's squadron toColon.
A telegram received from Meade this
morning reported that tomorrow be would
send the Minneapolis to Laguayara, Ven
ezuela, thus breaking the itinerary for
While it is not admitted at the nary
department, it is understood that the
Venezuelan situation is responsible (or
the change. The admiral i reported to
have been infonneo, probably frotn
Washington, that France threatens to
take action with reference to the expul
sion of the French and Belgian minister!
from Venezuela and that Germany has
ordered two warships to Laguayara to
enforce payment of the German loan. '
The dispatch of the Minneapolis is the
Meade's fleet when last heard from was
off Trinidad, West Indies, few days
ago. It consists of the New York, Min
neapolis and Cincinnati, and will be aug
mented soon by the Columbia, now in
New York making active preparations
Starvation at Their Door,
St. Johns, March 12. Governor Sir
Terrence O'Brien has received complet
returns from all available sources in re
gard to to the suffering in St. Johns, witlt.
the result that his report to the home of
fice in London will show 50 per cent or
the entire population of the city either
receivine or in need of assistance to keep
starvation from the door.
A northwest hurricane has been raging;
here seven days and has prevented the
steamer Grand Lake, in which the dele
gation to Ottawa was going, from sailing.
Premier Whiteway had a relapse today
and is now in a critical condition. He
will not be able to accompany the dele
gation. The work of relieving the poor
is being pushed in a manner that was
never before known on this island. This
is possible through the donation of goods
sent from Boston. Two thousand five
hundred families or 15,000 men, women
and children are enjoying a meal tonight,
many of them after a fast of from 48 to
62 hours. The scenes at the distributing;
stations were almost appalling. Men .
used to work of relief could hardly re
strain their tears as women, children,
fathers, gray haired and feeble, sturdy
sons, anxious for work that was not forth
coming, Bhowered "God bless you's" on
the assistants who gave out meat, flour,
tea and molassas.
Martial Law Deolared.
Colon, March 12. Martial law has
been declared throughout the depart
ment of Panama. .