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". growth 'f Oifgun City
t.i the jh-mj.Io of t'luckninuH County, hut to
tln whole of llie state.
nd now come tho " l'ioiieer
nu'titrt and ilciuaiitln of tlu whole country, and fully
drt rnniUMl to oiler Midi induceinento as will attract the
attention of tho.e who are wishing to purchase, a gen
eral ftKMirtun-nt of Merchandise at hed-rock priceH yea,
ii lmvi jiml nrrivt-d very firn
York, Chicago ami Sim Francisco, which we now oH'cr at the
Vi-ry lowest jificv. We will riot Ihj uinlcrmild
bv nnvi'iie in the etntu. thirctock
in every line
)ry Goods, Fancy Dress Goods,
Hats & Caps.
f irv .' .law.
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Groceries, HardwareSash, Doors,
Paints and Oils,
(Inolmlind the Celebrated t'levelund Mixed Tiiints).
Also Agricultural Implements,
Seeds, Crockery and
ALL OF THE BEST QUALITY.
kjOur Dry Goods Consist in part of Cashmeres, Henrietta
i I Cloth, Plaids and Ladies Cloth.
,T0ur Fancy f5,o,lH-i;ihhons, Laces and Trimmings of all
I Clothiug-Cassimere, Beaver, and Oregon City Mauufactur
k"1 ing Compnny'B Ooods.
"1 ladios' Furnishing Goods-Fancy Skirts, Vests, Drawers,
II ana other Uiuterweai
Gents Finishing Goods-Hats, Caps, Gloves, and Under-
weat of every quality.
Ladies' Shoes of every description from the best known fac
toot 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.
Iium U-conn. fuiniliur, not alone
Storo," fully up to the retiiire-
ami welt evlcct'Hl (tin k froia New
Boots & Shoes,
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Orngnii City, Or.
OWce Over tlm City I'.n.lmimnt.
NOTA It Y 1'L'llUC, KKAL EHTATK A
Oltli u Willi tho Wiiill KIU llin-.liiicnt Co.
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O. T. WII.I.UMH,
KKAI. KSTATK AM) INKUKANCK.
Ilfninilile Huini'H l'roMjrty an. I Hule
urlmii ilmiifi) in Ori'UDn City.
Kurm l'riirty In irwu ti mill on iy trrim.
Ciirrvtpnnilriiit iiromi.tly n.wtrivl, Otte,
nl ilwir lu ChiiHi'IiI A lliintloy i drug tiur.
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iriule nl ilia Kckcllo Mcdlml cullg, nl
I'hllvliilt.tiU. n.l rviulitrly llru1 by Hit Bun
l'ol llimr.l of einmlnert
ATroKNKY AT LAW
avitiuitii or riiirmiTV riHKiHe.
Xiltlr, two diM.rt ilnne Hlimca, Ori'.iu Clly.
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A. . IKR..HR.
ATTOKXEYH AT LAW,
Oflli-, lu Ji(r Work. Orcon Clly
COUNSELOR AT LAW
offii o ovor Urrtun Clly lUnk.
ORIIOOI. (ITT, omuo.i
1 Kdlll.K C. IIHOWNKI.I,
t)iltiK CITT, OhK.OK.
Will nrnollo lu all llir coiun o( the Mat. 01-
(Iit. m il door to Cauflrlil A II u ut Icy a dnif
, ' , ATTOKN K.VATI.AW.
lll pracllrr In all Ihf rourli nt tin aialr
(im.-.., corner Mum ami Muhlh lrwi, o.poiln
j. a. an.H a KNiiaot ti ii T r rowmu,
J Jltiil'KKMIItOt'lill A CUWINU.
ATTOIINKYS AT LAW.
All ( tnf.ri V. 8 Oltlee a pecllly.
I'ftlea room. H ami l.'i. C b land oilicv
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w. t. caNr.
i. w. naAraa.
ATl'OHNEYS AT LAW
Twalva yeara fiiwrlenpf a. reglater ol lha V.
, IjiiiiI omc hero reeoinmendu na In our atep
laliv ol all kluila nl liu.lne.a In-lorc llie ltni ol
ni p'niiil the eniirta, ami luvolvUig tlia iradlcc
In tin (euvral lainl ullice.
W. CAHKY JlUINKt.M. f. at. UU-KMA.
TU1INHON Si 11)1. KM AN
Corner Eight and Main atrecta, Oregon City,
KEAI. ESTATE TO SELL AND
MONEY TO LOAN.
Q D, A D C. LATOI'HKTIX,
COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIN HTKKKT, OHKOON ttTY, OHKOON.
rurnl.il Atiatraeta ol Title, Loan Money, Fore
cloit) Morliiaxea, and trauaacl General
J E. CHOSS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will PACTIC IN Al.L COt'RTS or THK STAT
Ileal Kslale ami liiaiimnce.
OIHce on .Main Street, Let. Hlxlh and Seventh,
IIBBHON CITY, OR.
THK COMMERCIAL BANK,
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UF V'UIaUVUI till.
Capital, ... - flOO.000
TKANHACTH A (IKNIRAI. BANKtNa BIHINISS.
Loniu made, nilla dlaeonnted. Makea en
leettona. Buya and aella exehaniie on all point
In the United Statea, Kurope and llotiK Kmia.
leaoa a reiefea aunjeei to eueea '"'"
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open from a. at. to i T. at. Saturday eveuinga
irom 6 to 7 f , a.
D c. LATOUKETTE, Preaident.
F E. DONALOSDfi, uaanior
ANK OF OREOCN CITY,
Oldest Banklne Hoise In llie CltT.
Paid up Capital, tW.OOO.
00. A. HARDINQ.
a. 0 CAl'riRI.D.
CHARLES H. CAUnitI,D.
A eenoral banking bualneaa tranaactod.
Ilepoalta reeolved uleet to pheek.
Approved hllla and notea dianounted.
County and oily warrants bought.
Lnnna made on available aeourlty.
Exchange bought and aold.
Collection made promptly. ,.,,ih
Pralta aold avallanle In anv part of the world.
Telegraphle exnliaugei sold on Portland, Sail
Friinclseo, Chicago anil New York.
Intercut paid on time deposit. ,.
Sub Aeoitta ol THE LONDON CHEQUE BANK.
The A ii n u h I Iteiiorl oT General
hi iteiioi t o
KKVIKW OF THE HlOfX WAIt.
Ciilirnriilii Truffle AHanelallen Orifmilu.
f ed Oreiron Emaneea Nluire
I WabiiinutoK, 0 t. 17. (ieneritl Mileo
In liia 11)1111111 report recommiilH tlmt
tlm Nulional (iiiurd of tliu country re
niul iliwj tit t lie World' ('olniiib;un Ex
p JHillon in IKD.'l, and tlmt congr! le
reimall lo make an approiiriiitiun to
pay the cont of the trariHportation .
ticneral Mile review st length t lie
Indian onlbreak of lunt winter, attribu
ting it lurtfely, an lie did at the lime, to
the failure of the crops and failure of the
Kovt-rninent to properly perform it
ohllfittiona in regard lo ralions, etc. Of
the Mimaiah craae lie ar the fuiiativiHin
and mperalltlonof the eople were taken
advantage of by the trader to eneourume
them to hoNtilitie. lie commend the
adminialralion of Captain Penny, an
acting agi-nt of I'ine Ridge, and aya
through additional appropriation the
Indian now receive nearly half a
much more a they did a year ago. How
ever, the Urea of discord Mill rmiiain.
The commander have discovered com
munication going on between the dif
ferent camp, Inciting the Indian to
hoatililiea, and even now (Septemlier 7)
delegation from the Indian territory
la alment, oalcnailily to vixit triend in
Wyoming. They have, in fact, gone
acton the mountain and are now in
the abode of the miporterR uf the
Mcaaiah delusion, near Pyramid hike,
in Nevada Even while the hostage
were held at Fort Sheridan last ipring,
they received a -otnmuiiic.ation from
friend in the Sioux camp, Buy inn they
had not given up the idea of a grand
Indian uprising, and tl'at the Utea
were ready to join the Sioux whenever
the latter destired to resume hostilities.
ctMroioi t iii -mi:km nut
The 4ivrrnannt I'nte.l to Aid
the .'Mriaraitua 1'Hiial.
San FnAMFiaco. Oct. 18 A meeting
whioh wa attenlel oy aj represuuua-
live merchants from San Fransisoo,
Fresno, Los Aagelea and other narts of
the state, was held at'the rooms of the
chamber of commerce here today. Chair
man John C. Stetson, in his Hildrcss.
stilled the object of the meeting was the
formation of a state tratlic asssociation,
looking to an increase of the competitive
modes of rnil and steamship transporta
tion from the eastern slates to the Pacific
coast, in order to enlarge the outlet for
the products of the coast.
Thomas 8. lluyncs was elected secre
tary. Resolution were adopted favoring
the organization of the different business
interests of Snn Fransisco, with the co
opnration of tbe producers and business
men of the state, under the title of
"Tralflc Association of the Slate of Cali
fornia," with the object of encouraging
tbe building of cotnietitive rail, canal
and steamship lines and the regulation
of traffic. Several seeches were made
on the subject of transportation facilities
and resolutions were adopted looking to
tbe appointment of a permanent com
mittee of fifteen to represent the interest
of California in the construction of tbe
Nicaragua canal, and urging the United
States government to grant such con
servative assistance as will secure, the
control of the canal and it construction
at a minimum cost.
Oregon' l'liiancliil Condition.
Salkm, Or., Oct. 17. The fact that
the Btato treasurer is now endorsing
all warrants drawn on the general fund,
"Not paid for want of funds, ".has elicited
considerable inquiry as to the financial
condition of the elate. Stale Treasurer
Metsclmn said that thestnte board which
made the levy of taxes for this year, met
just prior to the legislature and levied
a sufficient sum to meet the current ex
penses of the state for 1891, estimating
on the same basis as 18tK, but the legis
lative assembly made greatly increased
appropriation and large sums were soon
asked for, for which no provision had
been made in the estimate. As a nat
ural consequence the fundB have been
exhausted. The total amount received
into the general fund this year, includ
ing the balance turned over, is about
$030,000, which has been paid out
on warrants since January 1. State war
rants are eagerly sought at their face
value, showing the soundness of the
state's financial condition. There is no
state indebtedness, the bonded debt be
ing but 1,500, and outstanding wan ants
other than those of this year, only $700.
Cou'mdcs, O., Oct. 17 Mrs. Allen
Q. Thurman died late this afternoon.
She was a victim of la grippe during the
winter and never recovered from the
at.tack . Judge Thurman is much en
feebled and it is feared by his friends lie
will not long survive his wife.
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P'lUT Townhknd, Wash., Oct. 18.
Thirteen smuggler are reported to have
been captured on 'he Hun Juan island by
I the revenue outter Wolcott yesterday by
a neut piece of alrulegy. Exlenive
smuggling of opium and Chinese ha
been guing on for some time. Tho Ban
Juan island was the smuggler' rendez
vous. Captain Tozier sent a steam
launch to guard the islands a week ago.
Heveml men were ent from the launch
disguised as shipwrecked saibrs. They
went to a cabin occupied by the smug
glers and asked for shelter. After being
there twodavathe men, having secured
siilliiient evidence against the smug
glers, tent fur the cutter. Friday night
tbe Wolcott went to the islands and cap
tured thirteen of the gang and cut off
the escape of the rest. Marine are
guarding the islands, and it in expected
the entire gang will be caught. This
i Bald to be the most extensive gang of
seiuggler on the coast, well organized
and protected by steamers and many set
tler of the island.
V.yiU OF THK NTH IKK.
.Miners at Franklin and .lew.
ravotle go lo M ark.
Heatn.k, Oct. 18. The strike in tbe
Oilman coal mines, which was inaugura
ted March VI. has been broken by the
strikers themselves.' At a meeting of
the strikers held today it was decided
to call the strike off. The company
really broke the strike about two mouths
ago by taking the non-union men in and
protecting them with armed force.
Starvation has done the rest, and about
forty of tbe striker have returned to
work alieady, and five or six desperate
men have been the only ones to keep
the other from going back. The com
pany ha announced that it will take
back all the men who gave satisfaction
before the Btiike. but tliat all airitators
will be barred. The strike is also prac
tically off at Newcastle, one of the camps
of tbe Oregon Improvement Company,
and, as nearly all of the men w ho led
the strike have gone to other camps,
---I all of lb" "' loi.o nitrncd
the contract and returned to work.
i iu!.i t .ii:n.
Held lor I'rlul ill IMiilmlelphia
lor Me.liliouH l.uiiKiiuge.
PiiiLADKi.riiiA, Oct. 10 Before Judge
Riddle today a hearing was had. on the
habeas corpus cases in the interest of
Julius Moskowitz, Isidore Brenner and
Morris Ciillis, Russian Jews, charged
with a breach of the peace, distributing
anarchistic circulars, making incendiary
speeches and inciting a riot. Officers
testified as to their utterances at a meet
ing when thev advised their hearers
not to believe in Ood, not to fear the
)K)lice, condemned the president of the
United .States mid said he ought to be
killed Judge Biddle declares be bad no
doubt but that the preaching of their doc
trines was seditious. These foreigners
came to this country voluntarily, and
the first thing they did was to attack our
institutions. They were enemies to tiie
human race. Ho held all for trial.
Train Wrecker Arretted.
Sacbamksto, Oct. 18. Detectives Ben
True and Ed Burke brought Albert and
Jeff Roberts from Colfax on a Bpecinl
car tonight. The men were arrested in
connection with the wrecking of the fast
mail train from the East several days
ago. They were taken immediately to
the private offices of the company, where
the company's criminal lawyer, Charles
T. Jones, examined them. They were
closeted for over an hour, and Superin
tendent Wright, stated to the correspon
dent that it is positive that the brothers
know something about the crime. Sheriff
Conroy and deputies, of Placer county,
and Detective Will Smith, of the rail
road, are now in Forest Hill county look
ing for two more men, who are partners
of the Roberts brothers.
Portland Street Cnr Accident.
Portland, Oct. 10. This afternoon an
electric car on the Metropolitan Railway
company's line jumped a trestle and
was precipitated to a distance of thirty
feet below. The car contained thirteen
passengers, eleven of whom wore in
jured. Mrs. W. Olds was the moBt seri
ously injured, but a fatal result is not
feared. The trestle was located at a
curve in the track.
Arrext of Kond Agentx.
Linkvillb, Or. Oct. 10. News re
ceived from Lakeview, Oregon, states
that thirteen men have been arrested
who are suspected of participation in
the late robbery of the stage running be
tween Lakeview and Linkville. Among
those arrested are the Howard brothers.
The officers fouud in possession of the
men arrested several postal notes and
Chilians .IhhiiiiH American Turs
THE MEXICAN I S CB R FXTI05.
The Chilian Presidential Eli-e tor C'liu
en Mallear Hiireeed Hlilfam
New Yokk, Oct. 17. A special to the
Herald from Valparaiso, give further
particulars of the shooting affray between
the sailors from the Baltimore and the
Chilian man-of-warsmen in the streets
of that city yesterday. Liberty was
given the Americans yesterday for the
first time since the change in the govern
ment. The intendente assure! Captain
Kchley, of the Baltimore, that full pro
tection would be given the men. The
feeling between !he American and Chil
ian man-of - warsmen, however, ha
been running high. The row between
the Baltimore' sailors and Chilians first
broke out on a wharf, but was stopped
before it assumed serious proportion
by some of the more prudent of the
American. Tbe quarreling sailor, how
ever, later on in tbe day, again met, this
time in one of thenumerous saloons, and
a both sides had been drinking freely
the fight was soon renewed. The Amer
icans had to fight on the defensive all
the way back to their ship. At the dif
ferent street corners infuriated mobs of
Chilian soldiers and rabble fell upon
them. It seems evident now that the
row was the result ol concerted action,
tbe culmination of the intense ill feeling
that all along ha been evidenced aguitist'
the Americans. The Chilians used
their knives all through the fight, and
in a most cowardly fashion too, for in
every instance w here an American sailor
was wounded, the stab was in his back.
Boatswain's Mate Regan fell and was
immediately set upon by the Chilians
and stabbed and kicked to death. Six
American sailors and ten Chilians are
laid up with serious injuries. One
Chilian was killed.
The .Mexican Trouble.
San Antonio, Tex., Oct. 17. The
capture of Cutarino E. Garcia, the leader
of the uprising in the northern states of
Mexico, lias not yet been etleeu-d, al-
tllOUgll 1 I'eiUbUi X.1U4 lias wsnu u .t -
ward of $30,000 to anyone who will take
him dead or alive. The report reached
here last night that Garcia was in the
immediate vicinity of Piedras Negras,
Mexico, with an army of several hun
dred men all well armwi. The Mex
ican government' is hurrying troops to
that section by thousands and will make
every effort to bring the uprising to un
end. There is gr?at alarm felt among
the citizens on both sides of the Kio
Grande bonier. Garcia has iisued an
The Chilian Klertion.
Santiago. Oct. 18 The general elec
tion occured throtJghout Chili today
(Sunday). So far as known there were
no disorders. Electors were chosen to
day who will select the president next
month. There is no indication as yet as
to who will be elected, as no candidates
have yet been announced. The clerical
party say they have secured a majority
in the house of deputies, and the senate
will probably be controlled by the liber
als. The exact result will not be known
for several days. There was a street
parade of troops today .
Ilullour Succeeds Smith,
London, Oct. 8. It is officially an
nounced today that Balfour has been ap
pointed first lord of the treasury in place
of the late William Henry Smith. The
Right Hon. C. T. Ritchie is spoken of as
Mr. Balfour's successor as secretary for
Ireland. Mr. Ritchie is president of the
local government, board, an office with a
a salary of 2,000 a year, whereas the
chief secretary for Ireland receives f 4,22"
Rome, Oct. 18. Earthquake shocks
at the Island of Pantellaria and vicinity
continue. A volcano has arisen in the
bed of the sea off the coast of Pantelluria
which ejects masses of stoue of great
Butte, Mont. Oct. 18. Mrs. Ann A.
Dodge, an inmate of the poor house of
this city, and 80 years of age, received
notice yesterday that Bhe is heir to an
estate worth 18,000,000 in England. Tb"
story dates back two centuries, at which
time her greatgrandfather, on her
mother's side, owned a vast estate near
London. His oldest son removed to
America, settling and marrying in Vir
ginia. Two children, William and Annie
were born of the marriage, The latter
is the mother of Mrs. Dodge.
New York, Oct. 16. The application
of Henry Sanford, president of the
Adams Express company, for an attach
ment against the property of John lloey,
deposed president of the company, in a
suit to recover $712,(J'i0, was granted to- '
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