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OKKfJON CITY, OKKCJON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1(1, 1891.
Profession Cards. I t()Ty JN CHINA.
i: II. MMITII,
(IrmluitUinf tlm Kolwllo Medlor.1 eolleite, of
l'hilwl!l,iil,iiii. regularly llroussd by UiuHUile
Minimal lluitrit ill emtiulnurs
J" L. I'OKTKIt,
ATTOHNKY AT LAW
aiistiui rs tir I'mirmiTY ri'KNiaiiRU,
OilW'ti two doors above pimtiifflM, Owm City.
OF THE STATE.
j,p jjfuwlh of Oregon City
W JiCUJlt' tf C
liu lenuiit) familiar, nut nlone
K kiUniiH Comity, but to
i' of tllt HtiltC.
now t njut-H tin- " Pioneer More." fully Up to the reijuire
rim.N ami u'emainU of the whole eon n try, and fully
ilrt. rmiiH d to ufler fueh iii'lueenients us will attract the
attention of Uiom who are wi.hinj,' to purchase a K(,o-
ntrneiitof Men hainliHe at I !- -k prices yes,
A. . tlHKHKItR.
ATTOKNKY8 AT LAW,
Office In JiiKnr niork, OriKin City
( 1 II. HYK,
COl'NFELOK AT LAW
Office owr Oregon city Hank.
iiRKiiim CITY, OKKUOS
KulKiK ('. UIIOWKKLI,
Will irw'tli' In all llic PumU ol Hit' Mate. 01
nVe. lit' k L itour ti Cmillci'l & Huntley's droit
The Native Soldiers Null! to Lead
. the Outbreaks.
Al'TIMi CHI) Kit SKCIiKTOItllKKS.
Kiru(fi'f from leliaiitr Foreigners in
Desperate Situation Where linn
boats Cannot Go.
Cheaper than Portland Prices.
Wtave jit ri-iv'i n very fin and well selected stiw k from New
Ymk, t'hiciigo ami San Fruneiiteo, which we now oflVr at th
very lowest iri. We will net Ih uinI'TauM
by anyone in tho statu. Our stx'k
in every lint
Drv uooas. r ancy uress uooas,
Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes,
ATToliNEY AT LAW,
(IHKOuN I ITV, - ORauHN.
Will t.racHi-e in nil ili courts of the ntU'.
limn, comer Main and KlgHth streets, opposite
Hhanwiai, C'tiit.a, Kept, 12. Ttie
North China New say editorially : There
urn point about thu Ichang riot uf seri
ous iiniortuii(:e. It wait in no sense the
work of a mob. There were indeed pre
texts In the shape of a child Raid to have
been kidnaped on tlie day of the riot,
but thin U evidently merely a subterfuge
in order to give a shadow for an excuse
for uti outbreak. Evidences that it was
directed and carried out by soldiers are
only too numerous. The Chinese briga
dier general at Ichang is a great friend
of foreigner!, but he was helpless in the
presence of an order that evidently came
to his Hunan soldiers to destroy all
foreign property they could on that day.
Where no gunboats can go, the position
of foreigners, unless in numbers, U very
insecure. When soldiers get orders from
their secret lenders, as at Ichang, they
care nothing for their olllcers The
I central government is powerless, for it
MIOT IIIM IIIIOIIII II.
ICcoiill of ii Unit I'oiinO iiiii i i
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iTJIE WORLD'S NEWS
Ai.iunv, Oct. 9 Information was re
ceived In this city )at lust night of
the killing of Henry Ingram, at Mie
laller'H farm, five miles from this city
The killing was the result of a quarrel
between the brothers over the division
of an estate, and a contest over the
terms of the will left bv their mother.
Henry, on several occasion, had been
found lying in wail, armed, near the
house of his farther Frank, it is sup
posed for the purpose of killing him,
and both have recently been going
around armed . The hired man on one
occasion shot at a midnight prowler, (
supposing it to Vie Henry Ingram. To
night he was again seen approaching the
house armed with a gun. He was met
by his brother Frank, with a revolver in
each hand, who ordered him to throw
up his hands. On his refusing and
raising hi gun to shoot, Frank opened
fire upon him, killing him instantly.
A many, Oct. 10. In his preliminary
examination today F. 8. Ingrain was
held without bail to await the action of
the grand jury for the murder of his
brother, Henry Ingram, near this city
U. S. Machinery lleiinj Shipped
to South Amei iea.
THE 1'KHSECITEI) RIVSIA.NS.
' lianiatres t be 'iililCnnndfnii Hi-alers
Reports of Crop Leciierwus
American Knginrw tiolng Moulh.
Washington, Oct. 10 The bureau of
American republics is informed that one
of the results of the reciprocity treaty
with Brazil is the sale of 128 American
locomotives in the republic. In addition
to this, twenty-four locomotives are
now being loaded at I'hiladephia
for Brazil on the barkentines Mag
gie Thompson and Eleanor Will
iams. Under the reciprocity with Brazil
locomotives and railroad supplies from
tiie United States are admitted free of
customs duty, and U' railroad eqtii j
mentof that republic, which was form
ally f F.nglish manufacture, is now,
the bureau states, being rapidly replaced
by articles of American manufacture.
CtUiNAlio boots a inuiJi
limn m'MOi.'r'iil T t
KtiCKKSHKiil i.ll Si t'OWIKi).
AITuliNKYM AT LAW.
All ( lii'Inm I'. S Unit oitlre ipwlally.
ua rinmiii Hmirt c. C s Unil omcs
o bulltliiig, o
W.T. BI N,
J Jl'K.NEY & UKAI'KK,
ATTOHNEYS AT LAW
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Tlvr votni tsporlrnfl h rtrUtr ol th I!.
S 1H'I ntili lir rMMimmxiKla us In mr utme
lulu ol all klii.l. ul biialnrMi Iwli.r Ui Uud of
Aid suil llio courts, ami liiviilvl:i( tba irat tloc
tu tha ftHHTal laml nrtlc.
CASI V JOHHWIX.
NHOS A IHIJ5MAN
C. H. llll.KMA.
Corucr Klglit sail Main triMta, Oregon City,
ItKAI. KSTATE T08KLL AN D
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COUNSELOHS AT LAW
MAIS STKKKT, OIlKdON CITY, OHBUON.
ruriiMi Atmracn ol Title, Loan Mimi'y. Fnre
elone MiirtKHcH. ainl trannacl Ijeuvral
J E. CKtlSS,
ATTOKXKY AT LAW.
Wiu. 'Acnc is All cocbts or thk 8tat
ll.'al Ktttt sntl linnirnncf.
OfWce on Main HlrMt, bet. BUth and Seventh,
ilRtWuN IITV. OR.
Groceries, Hardware, Sash, Doors,
Paints and Oils,
(InclutlingtheCclchratcl Clevelan.1 Mixed Paint.).
Also Agricultural Implements,
Seeds, Crockery and
ALL OF THE BEST QUALITY.
..... i. , ".!...: nr nf Cashmcros. IlenrJette
ur iry uoous vaiiimim, m - -
Cloth, l'laida and Ladies Cloth.
1 m ' . ! rn C fill
Our Fancy Cioods-Kihbons, Laces arm lub' -
. nu.. Hfnni'ifiiptnr.
Clothintr-Cassimoro, Boaver, and uregon vuy
ing Company's Goods.
UdioH' Furnishing Goods-Fancy Skirts, Vests, Drawers,
and other Underwear.
a -:..i.:. rinmi Hats. Caps, Gloves, and Under-
wear of every quality.
Utile.' Shoes of every description from the best known fac
Boot, and Shoes-Men's, a choice lot, from the best factories
in the world.
Fine Groceries a Specialty. None but the best kept.
Notions of every description. j
1 M, KAN1W,
XOTABY rUBHC, REAL ESTATE A
Office with tho Willamette Falls Inveatment Co.
ins Hunan oiiicials every wnere, anu
thetriHips every hero arelluuar. men.
except Hi Hung Chang s disciplined
force. To order him to suppiess Hunan
with these men is to start a civil war. The
situation is very critical, and the only
solution is fur a foreign force to overawe
Hiiimn, with the tacit connivance of the
Chinese government. There will be no
security for foreign life or property in
China, unless the rebellious Hunanese
are suppressed by force.
Honkow, China, Sept. 0. The'
steamer I'aohua arrived here today with
the Ichang refugees, twenty in all, all
of whom lost everything except the
clothes they wore at the beginning of
the outbreak. Several fare marks of
serious violence. The riot took place
at broad noonday, without warning or
provocation. The destruction was car
ried out with the utmost speed that no
lives were lost. The Scotch mission
aries owed their escape to the fact that
they had gone boating on the river at
Ike time of the outbreak. They hurried
back, and were iust in time to rescue
the senior missionaries, infant children,
and escape when the mob arrived. Ro
man Catholic sisters were hurled over a
steep bank into the river, where they
were stored and several were severely
In Hankow things are stirring again.
Yesterday there was a gathering of the
anti-foreign element here, including a
large numls?r of magistrates and officials
They resolved that foreigners must be
driven immediately from the central
provinces. The missions at Wachang
have received threatening placards, or
dering them to leave at once or they will
be exterminated. The Taotai inspected
the nunnery today making search for
bones, eyes etc , of children said to have
been murdered by the sisters,
Till: N.tSlfWH'll I!.!.
It e port Hint ((urni l.lliiiokulaiil
iaj ai- ul any .llomeul.
SAx Fbanmbco, Oct.. 9 The Exam
iner has advices from Honolulu to the
effect that (Jueen I.tliuokaliu.i has been
taken ill with serious fainting spells,
and her physician, Ir. Tiossean, has
pronounced her trouble organic disease
of the heart, for which he can suggest
no remedy. Drfath, it is stilted, may oc
cur at at any moment. The queen has
been advised of the worst and has made
her will. The Honolulu press is silent
on the subject, but it is known that all
the political factions are busily at work.
It is stated no one can be found whom
all the factions will agree upon for regent
to hold power during the minority of the
heiress to the throne, Princess KaiuUni
whoiB now finishing her education in
England. The father of the princess is an
Englishman, with pronounced English
sympathies, and the opinion is expressed
that in the event of Kaiulam's accession
to the throne jf the islands an effort will
be made to bring the island under Eng
lish control. The native sentiment is
preponderating in favor of a American
protectorate in some form.
The Ielitut- Kuiunrt.
Kt. I'ktkksbi'Iki, Oct. 10. Senator
Barnoff estimates that no fewer than 32,
000,000 peasants in Russia are now des
titute, and must be provided for the
next ten months. It will require 320,
000,000 pounds of grain to feed them.
Owing to the difficulty of obtaining fod
der for cattle, the export of linseed cake
tro n Russia is prohibited. The famine
in the Volga valley has caused wide
spread sickness among the hunger-suffering
inhabitants there Thousands of
unfortunate peasants are already pros
trated by typhus fever.
O. T. W1I.UA MS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Desirable Business Property and Sub
urban Homea in Oregon City.
Fsrrn Property In tracts to salt on ey termi.
CorreMionilenre promptly snuwered. Office,
next door to CauHeld A Iluutloy'i drn atore.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK,
OF OREGON CITY.
,., . . - - 1100,000
TRANSACTS A GENERAL RANKINtl BUSINESS.
Loam made. Bills discounted. Makes ro
lections. Huvs and sells exchange on all nolnw
... .... 11..1..J iuiuim. Kumna and llonf Kontf.
Deposits recsl-ed subject to check J""' '
usual rates allowed on time deposits. BUR
Z!uVm A.ii.to4r. . Saturday evenings
from 6 to 7 r, a.
n n T.ATrtllKKTTK. Prcsidont.
f K. DONALDSON, Cashier
BANK OF OKKGCN CITl,
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OUeSI BaMlM. HUUSC 111 IUC UIU.
Paid up Capital, 1NJ.O0O.
OSO. A. HARDING
i. a CAiiriSLD.
CHARLES H. CAUFIBLO.
r business transacted.
Y:.r;.;r.,iMii. nd notes discounted,
County and city warrants bonrtt.
Loans mane '
KxchaiiK tBht and solil.
"WSKff.iail ol the world
JWir"htahM ViWon Portland, San
F3"c7 Oh.oas7aBnd New York.
Interest paid on time l opoMW.
Sub Atoms ot TIIK LONDON Ctllil
F. W. DUKES,
House, Sign and Ornamental painting
Good work guarantoou.
Al l' UK HIM.
A ,'Hor,oiiclIIiHory AlHlmleTo
wwimI the 1 nllert !uies.
A .; ro I,ynrhel,
Omaha, Neh. Oc. 11 Joe Coe, a dis- .
reputable negro, was hanged by a mob
here Friday for criminal assault npon a
five-year-old girl who subsequently
died . The mob beat the jail doors down
with railway rails and hong Coe to a
trolly wire in the street. A nnmher of
indictments have been found against the
leaders of the mob but it is certain no
jury can be found in the county that
HOI.O HA-VU KOIIKKV.
They diet Away Willi flSSO at
r.nlcrprl-e In lsiijlljjlit.
New York. Oct. 13 The Herald ca-
blo from Valparaiso, Chili says the jun
ta an! political circles are greatly ex
ercised over the comments which are
appearing in the newspapers of Argen- j
tine Republic in regard to the treatment
of the officers of Balmaceda's govern
ment, who have fallen into the power of
the present anthoiitios. The editorials
condemn the action of the janta in pros
esuting, as they term it, Balmaceda's
supporters by imprisonment. Such
action, the newspapers declare, is un
worthy of a civilised nation, and they
add that the proper course for the victors
to pnrsne is one of forbearance and that
is tho only thing that will benefit the
republic in the future. The attitude of
the junta toward the American legation
is now so conciliatory that the presence
of the San Francisco in Chilian waters is
no longer deemed necessary. Captain
Schly, of the Baltimore, has so informed
Admiral Brown, I learn on reliable
authority that the name of Augustin Ed
wards has been presented as a candidate
for the presidency with the assurance
that he will be elected. He is a strong
man politically, although not credited
with brilliant qualities of statesman
ship. His candidature will probably
tend to settle all political difference.
La Grande, Or., Oct. 9 News has
just reached here of a daring robbery
which was perpetrated upon the National
Bank of Enterprise, in Wallowa county
Wednesday afternoon. Cashier Holmes
was in the bank alone, when a man en
tered and asked how much money John
Smith of Portland had on deposit.
Upon the cashier saying that no such
man had any deposit there the visitor
drew a pistol and, covering the cashier,
said; "You're a liar."
At this juncture two confederates came
up on horsaback. One of them, sitting
on his horse, with a pistol in each hand,
warned the people back ; the other en
tered the bank and poured into a sack
all the money on the counter, about
;?500 in all. The three men escaped to
the mountains in the direction of Cor
nucopia. A posse is in hot persuit, but
as the county is sparsely settled the cap
ture of the robbers is doubtful. Four
thousand dollars in a till under the coun
ter was not found by the robbers.
Morrow on the Hcncli.
San Francisco, Oct. 5. Ex-Congressman
William W Morrow, who
was recently appointed by President
Harrison to succeed Ogden Hoffman,
deceased, as judge of the United State3
district court for this district, took his
seat on the bench this morning. Judge
Morrow reviewed the services of the de
ceased judge at length,' and paid a trib
ute to the latter's ability. Addresses
were made by other members of the
Reports From Wheut riohU.
St. Paul, Oct. 9 Reports from the
wheat fields in North Dakota and North
western Minnesota today are more en
couraging, lhe weather is nne ana
threshing is in progress in a number of
places. Less than half the crop is
threshed, and fears are entertained that
much of it will be lost.
SlIOl- ON FIFTH, N1EAR U. H. T. A L. BTABLKS
Hlttloe vh. IlarrlNon.
Washington, Oct. ,11. Senator Mitch
ell was Interviewed to day on the matter
of Oregon's choice for president, He
said Harrison had given the country a
good administration and the people felt
very kindly toward him, yet Blaine had
a great hold upon the people of the west,
The senator also snid that it was too
soon to talk about the presidency.
Oregon Hoard of Commeroe.
Portland, Oct. 9. The state board
of commerce today elected the following
officers fer the ensuing year: President,
T. F. Osborne, re-elected; secretary,
Charles Randolph, re-elected ; executive
committee, J. P. Farrell, of Baker City,
J. D. Matlock, of Eugene, R. A. Booth,
of Grant's Pass, B. W. Granby and A. J,
Apperson, of McMinnville, J. T. Apper
son, of Oregon '.City, C. H. Dodd, of
Portland, C. W. Towne, of Coos Bay, D.
S. K, Buiek, of Roseburg, and M. C. Ar
thur of Coquille. The following were
elected a committee to sacure sub
scriptions for the world's fair exhibit; J
T. Apperson, Oregon City ; C. H. Dodd,
Portland; 8. M. Yoran, Eugene; S.
White, Baker City ; M. Garrigiea, Coos
bay. After the meeting adjourned the
world's fair committee met and effected
an organization by the election of C. H
Dodd for president and Charles Ran
Kansas Crop 1
TopskaJ Kan., Oct. 9. Secretary
Mohler issued the final crop report on
wheat and oats today. It shows the
yield of wheat for Kansas to by 58,309,
619 bushels; oats 39,668.045 bushels.
The probable product of corn is 145,485,-
I'aolflo Coast Failure.
San Fbansisco, Oct. 10. The Brad-
street Mercantile Agency reports seven
teen failures in the Pacific coast states and
territories for the week ending today, as
compared with twenty-seven for the
previous week, and fifteen tor the cor
responding week of 1890.
The Holy Coat Exhibition Closed.
Treves, Oct. 11. The exhibition of
the holy coat baa closed Bishop Mo
rum conducted an elaborate service
and pronounced the benediction. The
total number of pilgrims who viewed the
coit is 2,925,130. The relic is now en
shrined. Will Mare to lay Damagei.
Ottawa, Oct. 11 .It is ascertained
that the British government will have
to pay the Canadian sealers damages on
account of the modus vivendi, to the
amount of $500,000, and maybe as high
Grape Vine Cuttings for llraall.
Washington. Oct. 11. The Brazilian
government has ordered the purchase of
50,000 cuttings of grape vines in the
United States and Europe for use in
experimental vineyards in that republic.
Coal In Albany.
Albany, Or., Oct. 10. At a depth of
about twenty-five feet the workmen in a
sewer in this city struck a vein of fine
quality of coal today. The extent of
vein is not yet known.
New York, Oct. 4. Mrs. Frank Les
lie was married today to William G.
Kingsbury Wilde, M. A., of London.
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