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ORKGON CITY, OK KG ON, FRIDAY, JUNK 14, 1895.
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IVIL KNlllSK.KIIH AM. 81KVRYOHH.
IHway locution anil r.ni.lrurtli.n, trlilicra.
ilan ami callmalra Inr wuter atii.)r
rnlnais anil atrrfl lin.riivolurnt ut town.
i-clal atlcntl.in lvrn in i',raii(lillii and blti
If CAKKY JOIINHON.
irmr Elgin and Main alrrrta, Orifnn City,
A I. KSTATK TO SKI. I, AM)
j MoNKY TO LOAN.
1 L. HoKTKK,
j ATrOHNKY AT LAW
I aaaiaCTa or ranfaarr rt aaiaiiin.
fli-a npt l Ori'ann City hank nnOth trcH,
O. T. WILLI A mm,
"j 'kkal khtatk and loan aoknt.
ifioi line ol biialmoa, rralili-nre ami aubiirliau
rm l'rii'rly In trwla to ault on aay tmna.
1.irrioiiilinp imimplly anawrrnl, OBIee,
tlcliHir Ui Can Hold A lluntlny'i drug more.
I). A D C. LATOl'llKTTE,
1 CUUNHKU)ltrt AT LAW
VAIN HTKKKT, OKKUON CITY, OHIUION.
ifnlah Alialraota ol Til la. Ian Monoy, Cnro
clo.e HnrlgaKaa, anil Iranaaok Oeucral
; Law llnalnNM.
J E. CKOMD,
j ATTORXKY AT LAW.
I t TaAiTica in All (,'onaTa or ihi Htatb
Kxal Katato anil Inanranre.
Ic on Main Hlravt but. Hlxth and Hcvonth,
okkiion city. oa.
t IL DYK,
CoUNNKl.OR AT LAW
J omco over Oregon City Bank,
(iion city. oaanoN
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I KOWNKLL A DltKHHKK
ATTORN KYH AT LAW,
IdoN City. OaaooN.
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X noil dnnr to Caudvld & lliintlvy'a drug
! OK OKKUON CI'IT .
fltANRACTS A OUNKBAI, BANKINO niiaiNKHa,
i6ana made. Illlla dlacimnted. Makea coi
tion". Iluya and aclla exchange on all pnlnta
lie United Htatea, Europe and Hong Kong,
poalti recul"cd inbject to check . Intercut at
ill raU'i allowed on time depoalta. Dank
m (rum 8 a. M. to 4 r. a. Haturday evening!
r S to 7 r. m.
fl. LATOUKRTTE, Prnaident.
V K HON ALDHON, Caahler
IANK OK OHKOCN CITY,
j Oldest Banking Mse In the City.
j I'uld up Capital, I'iO.OOO.
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fraitaiiitNT, a ro. a. ha am no.
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aneral.banklng biialncaa tranaactcd.
-Mlialla rocelved aubjoot to chcok.
iroved bills and nntoadlacoimtod.
itj and olty warrnti bought..
0 mi'le on available security.
tiangf bought and told.
Hc.tloni made promptly,
tta sold availaule In any part of the world
agraphia exohanges sold on Portland, Ban
ai-laoo, flhloago and New York.
-rat palj on time depoiilte.
) AreutsolTUK LONDON CHEQUE BANK,
W I I
In it ircHcrijilion are of an much value in
sickness an hkilli-d miMlicul attendance.
7tli. St. Drug Store.
Makes u specialty of currying a dock of
puro drugs, and all jiroKcrijitioiiH are
Dr. L. M. Andrews-
Able to jjivo Tricea and work Equal to tbo best to
bo bail in Tortland on Doors, Sash, Blinds and in-
sido Finishing. House Bills a Specialty. Orders for '
Robbins & Lawrence, Prop.
Shop on Main and Kluvcnth Street. J
QREGON CITY IRON WORKS
New and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in the best manner posible. Promptness guaran
teed on all orders.
REPAIRING - A-SPEOIALTY.
Prices the lowest to le 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 lor 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 the market. Trice 25 cents. For sale
at the CAN BY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
Do You Need a Legal Clank?
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 POSTAGE PAID at Portland
Prices to Your Address.
OUT OF 8ICHT
and above competition dtriki-n tlto keynoti"
nl our now stuck of carpets, rugs, mattings
and nil cl'itliH. That' the Idea; alsive com
petition describes our osilion In the whole
rariict trail)), unci we're never afraid piiii'Ii
l)H(f iin ran tin (omul in tlm whole ronnlry
round as we have in our otock. I'litti-rno
likx our urx a gu. ami for Unit reason
llnirv'r going everywhere in Clackamas
County. Tlm newest, brightest, and the
most attractive, design ar always ours.
That was nr t)'iiHon for selecting them. It'a
alio a good reason for your selecting what
ever vnii need from our r om t Iih n m i vc
DELLOMY & DUSCH.
...WILL FIND THE .. ,
Denial of Iteporled MiirderHif
.Mission a rieH in China.
FLORIDA O tHT TO HE (il AltDKI)
luemdlnrr Devil Hum Fifty Tliona
anul l..!!ars Worth of Properly
fur a I'mutillii Handier.
Waaiiinoton, Juni) 11. The l(!lrmi
liation to si-nil till) Unitcl SlulcH Hteiiin
hIiIi Ruleili to thu Florida coaHt for t tie
iiirnHH u' co-oralini with revenue
ciitUTH to jirDVPiil lililiuHtrin -xn-Ji-tiona
atiiriiiiK from our aliorea, ia one ol
tli flrat bcIm of Mr. Oiney in liia new
iKiHilion. Secri'liiry Ili-rlart liaa ileeined
such a roiirae ilviabie for aome days
pant, aixl eoiiferei) with I he preHiileut on
llie aul.ject. Ho arid Secretary Olney
then had a further conference, and aa a
l ri'Mtilt the formal ordera of the Releih
I were indued.
I Written inatriii'liona carefully atating
the line of icy which the adminiHtra-
tion deoin-s ta puraue in regard to the
i interference with fllibiiHtera will be wnt
' toCaptain Miller, commandinir the Ke
1 li'ili, and it !: prohahlu he will be called
to WaahiiiKton for a conference with Act
j ing Secretary McAdoo before hie veanel
leave. New York. Tlieae wiHtruclioliM
are not available, but it is known he will
lie directed to line the utni'Dt care in pre
ventinx any Veawl from leavine our
i count deatined for Cuba with the object
I of remain iik aid to the revolutioniata.
j The mere shipment of anna ia not re
garded a a violation of the neutrality
laws, and before any veanel ia over
hauled by the Keleiuh the officer nmt
be thoroughly convinced the autiiected
craft ia fitted out us a fighting inaebine
! to operato againal Spain. It ia the da
I aire ot the authorities that proper Mep
jahall lwdiaplayed not only by the Re
' leiuli, but by revenue cultera, to prevent
illeiil expeditiona from leaving our
ahorea. and treaaury otlieiala are aerioua
ly consiilerinn the ai'vimbilitv ot further
augmenting the force of tevemie cuttera
In southern waters.
'' Horn, and Woo! Burned
Pkndi. eton, Or., June 10 A fire en
tailing the loss of f.30,000 oecured early
i this morning at Pilot Rock, eighteen
miles from Pendleton on the big sheep
ranch of Charlea Cunningham, the mo.t
extensive wool grower in the Inland
Kiiipire. All the ranch buildings ex
cept one wool barn was destroyed. Mr.
Cunningham also has another ranch
several miles distant and heie also at
the same hour an enormous loes was
occasioned. At the Pilot Rock ranch at
3 o'clock this morning, the proprietor
being absent, the eniylorees saw two
masked men leave the vicinity of the
ranch house ; they went stealthily yet
hurriedly down the canyon, mounted
horses and road in the direction of the
other ranch. Soon flames burst out in
dozen places. Hurrying to ascertain
the cause, the occupaniB of the house,
twenty or thirty sheep men, found
several gallons of kerosene in the place
distributed along the long line of build
ings. The ranch people had scarcely
time to escape with their lives from
the large frame building which was a
mass of roaring flames and together with
the other extensive sheds and barns,
were consumed inside of half an hour.
On the other ranch on Butter creek,
about twenty-five miles from Pendleton,
a building worth $0000 with the supplies
of hay and grain contained therein, was
all destroyed. In one shed were ItUX)
thoroughbred Morino bucks, the choicest
from Cunningham's herds of 23,000
sheep. These were insured on a basis
of $20 valuation per head, making this
loss $:!2,000 and the total loss over
JSO.O1 0. The circumstances at the sec
ond fire also indicate iucendiarinsm.
The whole country is stirred up. Of
ficers are searching for clews. Private
parlies are determined to run down the
scoundrels. This la the fourth fire on
Cunningham's ranches and there have
been others at other places.
BUM la the Dark.
San Francisco, June 11. The in
quest over the death of Miss Nellie Har
rington was concluded to day. Four addi
tional witnesses completed the alibi of
Senator Buck, established at the inquest
yesterday. I. "V. Lees, chief of detec
tives, was the last witness. He said no
stranger committed the crime. The
murderer was thoroughly famliar with the
premises. The crime was not for the
purpose r.f robbery. The murder was
most brutal. The wounds were inflicted
by a pistol iiBed as a club. The jury re
turned a verdict of murder by an un
London, June 11. According to a
special dispatch from Shanghai, the loss
of proiierty as the result of the recent
rioting at Cheng Tu, Katung and Ho
Cbing, amounts to several million dollars.
The Chinese officials, it is added, headed
by the viceroy of the province of Szechtien
oa;nly encouraged the mot to all aorta
of outrage, and the petitions of foreign
era for protection was refused.
Nrw Yodk, June 11. The following
cablegram of today's dale, from Rev. J.
R. Hikei, at Shanghai, has been received
at the office of the MethodlKt Missionary
Hociely in this city; "Property at Cheng
Tu deatroyed. Miaaionariea all aafe."
"1 hew advices," said Dr. Baldwin, re
cording secretary of the society, "are
official and should set at rent the rumors
of the massacre of missionaries. There
was no massacre."
BOW AT A CORf ESKNCE.
It U Caned By Ohlectloa to the Dm f
Boston, June 11. Bishop Tanner pre
sided at the last day's session ol the A.
M. E. conference, and all went well un
til the conference voted down Dr.
Roberta' motion to indorse the bishop's
action in the communion service in using
a towel to wipettiH communicant month
before sipping the wine. Dr. Roberts
offered the motion. Bishop Tanner ex
plained it and a brother delega e strongly
opposed it, aa It was only half
way measure in piomotion of sani'ary
principles. The bishop put the motion
and declared it passed, although a storm
of negative answers were heard. Im
mediately on his declaration of its pass
age, several delegates jumped to their
feet and asked the bishop what he meant
by his proceedings. Attain the bishop
put the question and lont by such an
overwhelming vote that l.iahop Tanner
was constrained to break; forth in an ex
clamation, and w ith a loud voice he said :
"I never thought that the New England
conference, situated in the home of
progress, would turn to the wall any
such measure for advancement.
Washington, June 11. The treasury
officials no longer deny that they have
grave fears concerning the outlook for
gold exports. The high point reached
last week for sterling exchange would
have led to the export of gold if it had
not been for the Rothschild syndicate,
which has turned into the treasury all
but seven millions of the amount con
tracted to pav for bonds. The deficit
continues to increase, while there is no
prospect of farther increase in revenues.
As there is to be no revenue from in
come tax, there will be nothing to in
crease the revenue after July 1, but to
carry out the acta of congress disburse
ments must necessarily be increased.
This w ill leave the treasury in no con
dition to prevent exports of gold.
Debi Did Hot 8bow Dp.
Chicago, June 11. This was the day
Debs and his brother officials of the
American Railway Union were to have
gone to jail in Woodstock. The entire
body of officers appeared in United
States Marshal Arnold's office to surren
der themselves, but they were told to
return in the afternoon, when tney
would be taken to Woodstock. When
the appointed time rolled around all
officials were present except Debs. He
failed to appear and has not been seen
since. The United Slates marshal is
out scouring the city fur Debs. The gen
eral opinion is that he is drunk.
Todsy'i Cabinet Meeting.
Washington, June 11. All members
of the cabinet except Secretary Herbert !
and ro8tniaster-(jeneraI Wilson were
present at a meeting today, The presi
dent presented the new attorney-general
Harmon, to the other members. The
session was protracted, as the president
desired to close up all business if possi
ble, so that he might be able to go to
Washington, June 11. Mrs. Key,
granddaughter of Francis Scott Key,
who wrote the "Star Spangle Banner,"
has for a number of years worked as a
clerk in the pension office, and who sup
ported a mother who was 80 years old
and totally blind. Last Saturday she
was discharged bv Comtiiissionsr Loch
ren oh the plea of economy.
Moved Dp a Peg.
Washington, June 11. K. M. Landis
private secretary of Greshatu, will return
to Chicrgo and resume the practice of
law. J. Walter Blandford was today
appointed private secretary te Olney, to
succeed Landis. He occupied the same
position with Olney, while the latter was
the head of the department of justice.
Are You UoiugEast?
If so, it will pay you to write to A. C.
Sheldon, general agent of the "Burling
ton Route," 250 Washington street,
Portland. He will mail you free of
charge, maps, time tables, and advise
you as to the through rates to any point,
reserve sleeping car accommodations
for you, and furnish yon with through
tickets via either the Northern, Union,
Southern, Canadian Pacific or Great
Northern railroads at the very lowest
The Burlington route is generally con
ceded to be the finest equipped railroad
in the world for all classes of travel.
San Faanclnco Swindler Collect
for Fourth of July.
A TACO.VA IIALI.O.MST DROPS.
Millions of P u ii da of Wool Produced
in FiiHtern Oregon tlilsHeunOD
Lake C'uunty's Clip.
The California State Floral Society
will give an exhibition of sweet peas at
its meeting next Friday.
The flying of homing pigeons will
furnish sport for one morning during the
; Santa Cruz carnival.
! Petty swindlers have had receipt
: forms printed and have been making
collect irns ostensibly for the celebration
of the Fourth of July at San Francisco.
A reward, of o0 has been offered for
their arrest and conviction,
j The Manufacturers' and Producers'
: Association of California object to the
: use of pollock instead ot California cod
jfisb at the San Quentin penitentiary,
j The Oceanic steamship Monowai ar
rived from Sidney and Honolulu jester
day, having been delayed twenty-one
hours outside the Heads by the log.
Pi ofesnor George II. Hewensoii of the
California Stale university baa been
offered the chair of philosophy in the
Michigan university and will probably
Many San Franciscans have already
gone to Santa Crux to enjoy the Vene-
tian water carnival. Many more have
i registered at the local carnival head
j District Attorney Barnes of San Fran-
ciaco is the owner of the first pass ever
I it-sued by the Central Pacific railroad.
) It bears the signature of the late Senator
' Leland Stanford,
I The executive and literary committees
for the Fourth of July at San Francisco
; have b id a falling out over Rev. Anna
i Tacoma'8 prisoner's will soon be put
to work upon the city's streets.
Howard Frayne has purchased a
third interest in the business and plant
of the Purallup Citizen.
It is thought that the cold weather
has killed thousands of caterpillers iu
the orchards of Whatcomb county.
Spokane county's assessment this year
will be about $21,000,000, of which be
tween $14,000,000 and $15,000,000 will be
assessed to the city of Spokane.
The case of the state of Washington
against Floyd Moore, the college student
of Pullman charged with adultery with
Mrs. Saddlen, has been dismissed for
lack of evidence
The Gray's Harbor Commercial Com
pany's mill at Coemopolis has shipped
five cars of fiuit boxes te Walla Walla
and is now Ailing a contract for the San
Francisco market for 250,000 boxes for
Old Sport, a veteran dog who "tan
with the machine" in Walla Walla for
five years, answering every call on the
fire department, was run over and killed
while going to a fire last week. He was
given a fireman's burial, and a monu
ment will be erected to his memory.
In mat ing a parachute drop from a
balloon at Tacoma Sunday, "Professor"
Marklesburg nearly lost his life. The
parachute failed to open until nearly
down. Fortunately the drop was being
made over the harbor, and Markleberg
was iinlitnt. The parachute opened
about 150 feet above where he struck.
He swan to the coal bunkers and got out
The first number of the Silver Lake -Herald
made its appearance at Joseph,
Two horses were badly gored by a
stag last Sunday, on the Kennedy place,
in Lincoln county.
It is estimated that 480,000 pounds of
wool will be taken from Wlliow's 60,000
Bheep this season.
The annual meeting of the East Co
lumbia conference ot the Methodist Epis
copal church, south, will convene in
Milton on August 12, next, and will con
tinue several days.
Zimmerman and Eskin, the Dakota
cattle-buyers, are driving their band of
1700 beef-cattle fiom Lake county to
Huntington. From the latter point the
cattle will be shipped to North Dakota
and put on the ranges.
The report that Miss Ida Smith, of
Beavnr creek, died from the effects of
poison, self-administered, is a mistake.
Miss Smith accidently took an overdose
of laudanum, but fully recovered and is
uow in excellent health.
Lake county's wool clip this year will
be considerably over 1,000,000 pounds.
Several sheepmen sheared as high aa
40,000 pounds. If this million pounds of
wool could be sold at a fair figure, the
sheepmen of Lake county would be oa
their feet again.