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VOL '20. NO. 21,
OIUXiON CITY, OKKOON, Kill DAY, AI'IIIL 8, 1892.
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TIDM, V, li VAN,
IlKAl, l-ilVIK AND IN'Hl'lt AN' K.
Choirs Cliv. Kni-m nm! Muliurhnii rotTfy f- r
iiNj. cm MTipt, ( Hiinty w -inutilH himI r I
tlt- .,( all kf imU ).otiil nii'l nol '(rtxi-d
nii'l Iiij-iin . i,f i-vi'ry nYirilpiluii hUmhJi'1 lo
(or hen ri--lhii(M .
Ullnv n(tlK In hulMlliK North of I'OHloDlrfl.
AM, A. SMITH,
ATTOKXEY AT LAW.
Will iirni'ilcv In tiny ot the Htnl or Federal
rmirlk- A lo hi lend -n rflti I J to liny liiJhn'H
lii'lim-lliu I , H i.hihI Olfirc ami liucilor 1 -1
irllnclil. Otlii'f: Loom, fl tool 0, I llallimn
lllul'k, UMT I.I VIM IIIOM-'K lli.llrl.
oiiKduN city, olei.on.
1 r. II A V KM,
ATTOHXKY AT LAW,
ohkumn ( Try, (mmjuN.
Will practice In nil (In- court of till st'ite.
Ollo-i', corner Mnln and LIkIiUi streets, opposite
I I'oill t llOIIMt
ATTOIIXKY AT I. AW
AIITKAI T OP IT.ol'KHTY IT UN Isll Kl.
Olllre IHO ilonr, above postottlce, Orl'k'oll City.
T. A. M HIUIjK
t liltlDK A MIKSSKK
ATTOUXEYS AT LAW,
offlce III JKi;r Mock. Oregon ('It;
1 II liVK,
i CoUXSKLOH AT I.AW
olllce over Ort'ijoti City Bank,
' OllltOori CITV. OHKIION
"i Kom.K c. l:liow.i:u.
Ohi:uon CITY, OKKOON.
I W ill iirarllrr In nil tlir roiitln ol the stMis 01
; fir?, ni'll door lo CHllttrld A Huntley's drug
i J. H. HIUM kKMIHortill. T, P. CUWIhO,
I K C K KN HKOI'iill it COWINU,
ATTHHSKY8 Al I.AW.
All ( H"i lietore 1'. it l.mi.1 oi'lee j t 1 1 y.
oilier ritoum Utiiel I 1' B IhiiiI oilii'u
OUKUON CI I V.- .... C'mon.
W. T. KI'RNKT.
J. '. hHAl'KR.
KNKV A riHAI'KU,
ATTOUNKYS AT I.AW
Twrlvc vi'Jiri fxitfrlnicp rk rfirislt'r of t tie l
S 1,iihI ntlicr drn rMumiiMinl u In our biu'C
inlty o( h)1 LitoU nf oislni'M ht'lero the tainl f
ti -v tin.l thf con rlv iul InvoU lug tht irrtrtici'
lu On ui'IuthI lmiil oth(.y
j cakkv Johnson,
! CiirutT Kittlil tiinl MhIii trcl, Orenon City,
Mi IN KY TO LO AN.
(1 li. A I. C I-ATol HE lTK,
ATTOUNKYS A XI)
coi:xsK.i,ons at law
MAIN STIUiKT, OKKC.ON CITY, ORKUON.
Fiirnit.li AlvMrnrm of Title, In Money, Kore
cIomi MortK'tKOs, hihI IrHiitiiit't (.eiirrHl
j k. citoss,
ATTOKXKY AT LAW.
W'ii.i. I'hactick in All Coders or Tim Static
Heal Kstate anil Insurance.
Olticu on Main Street, lut. Sixth a in Seventh,
OKXUON CITY, OK.
1 O. T. WILLIAMS,
14K.AL KSTATK AND IN'SUKANCK.
IVsirablo linsinens Property and Suh
urhan Homes in Orenon City.
Kiinn rroperly In tract to suit on easy terms.
Corri'siuiintenee promptly nntswerciL OflU'e,
next iloor ti; CauHeUI A llunUoy'i ilruii store.
riatthm, lirnlniiKe anil Fluind work promptly
- - - OUKOON.
rpilE COMMERCIAL BANK,
OF OKEUON CITY.
TRANSACTS A I1KNKUAL HANKING Hl'SINKSS.
Loiiim nintto. PUIr dlteoiinteil. Makes ro
lections. Iiiivh ami sells oxcliHiige on all points
In Oil Cultcd States, Europe ami Hong kouit.
Pcsoslts rccel-eil subject to check Interest at
usual rates allowed ou time deposits. Hank
oieu from 9 a. M. to 4 p. M. Saturday evoniutis
Irom S to 7 r, M.
I) 0. LATOUKETTK, Pri'siilent.
F K DONALDSON, Cashiot
"J JANK OF OREOON CITY,
Oldest Banking House Id the City.
Paid up Capital, 150,000.
THOS. Oil ARM AN.
OKO. A. HA1UIINO.
K. Q CAt'KlKl.l)
C1UI1I.K8 H. CACt'lEl.l).
A Ronoral hanking business trimsacteil.
leiosits received subjeet to check.
Approved Mils ami mites discounted.
County and cily warrant, bought.
Loans made on available, security.
Exchange hcUKht and sold.
CollcclloiiK mndo promptly.
Piatts sold availaole ill auv part ol the world.
Telcirraptile excbangeK sold on Portland, Sau
Francisco. ('bleiiKoand New York.
Interest paid on time deposits.
Sub Areuta ot THE LO.NHON CHEQUE BANK.
i:k tiik wok
Tin Ar;( v.lliic (idvcniiiiciM is In
a Jliid Way.
H'OUK OK rAVIhUX HI.IZZWMIS.
Illfif' t ( ctliin Urc mi Ifccnnl In Niw
Orleiiiis-I'eiiuile Mil if lln!.'
lii'iK In lilulio.
London, April ;). Tim Buenos Ay ret
utrr- i ii ii-ti t of tin- Times say : "The
cabinet lu re Iuh declared u state of
siege. Tim decree Hi atfl Unit li fact;on
hud been organized Id suboidinati' the
ollit't i i- ol I In? revolution tn tl-Hainiit(' Hie
cilil HUlllOlilli'H utnl I I'll ' 1 1 1 1 u ci'i.iuiH
' itll (lyiiumiui. 'Mm rmliral !i-aler,
A 1 1 I it I'.iirrKtHViMin, l.ilifiltiln, Tarinn,
I'liMlnr, fi.rty ollii cm of (ierioral (iarria'R
"oniniHtKl arnl their U-inlcr, Colonel
rriuoiyeti, Iimvh U'cri arreMleil. The
civilhinH Inivt' Ik'cii ili iirteil on a war
xliti lo SUteii Ilnnil. Tim railieiilu Buy
I hnl tim I'.yiuimiti' Bloty is an inventi m
of t lie oovernnieiit, hich fearH lo diei
ilitu' on aicoiiiit of the iirnrehint eon
iiil inn of tin- in in v There in no il.jiiht
thai the rmlieulx lire ex jM'iititi Ihe in
sin liohiiiutu eoinlition of Ilie .serviee.
SjH-ciiil iirei autioiiH have liren taken us
rekMnU trooin, hihI ullieeiu are not
iilloued to paKu the linen of llie dentinels,
hii li liBve heen iloiilile 1. All railiea!
jotinialx have Inen f iiiireswl anil the
utreetn are empty.'1
BAD EA3TEHN WIND STOIllf.
! Muy F;oi) Killtd nid Injured and Much
Chicago, April 2 - Keporttr of yentcr-
jday'it Htorm hIiow it to have laten the
j tnoHt general uh to extent of territory for
i many yearn. The Htates of Kancas, Col
lorado, Xebrat-ka, Iowa, Missouri, Wis
'cousin. Illinois, Texas and Indiana were
swept by a furious storm of w ind, rain,
I bail, in some plmes rising to the lorce of
' a tornado. Owinu lo the neneral pros
tration of leletfritph lines the full extent
jof the loss of life andproterty will not
lm know ti for several days, but reports at
show that the known fatalities leach
: thiny-onr, w hile the list of injure!
numlters 105. Of the latter class a larire
proportion will be added to the death
roll, as the injuries in many eases are
so serious as to render them probably
fatal. The loss in the way of property,
buildings, stock, fences, etc., cannot as
vet even be surmised, hut tlie'v cn I e
no doubt that when all the icporls ate in
the nVures w ill tench bih up into tile
millions. The storm was most severe
in Kansa". The southeastern art of
that state w as I lie severest sc.tr. rer.
LOT OF COTTON BURNED.
A Fire Deitroyi Nearly Three Milliies Worth
of Property In Nuw Orleans.
NkwOki.kans, April 3 One of the
most destructive cotton fires on record
broke out at. 10:110 this morning amongst
some cotton on the sidewalk In front of
a lire-proof cotton press on Front street,
where lO.lKH) bales of cotton were stored.
The total amount of cotton burned, as
near an can now be ascertained, is
estimated at 80,1X10 bales, held by
factories and commission men-ban's and
covered by o)hmi polices. Much of the
cotton will be sent to the pitchers and
saved, so that the total loss will
probably not exceed $30 per bale mak
ing the total loss on the cotton about
$2,750,000. The loss on the presses and
sheds is estimated at $150,000. It is
thought the tire started from cigarettes,
which some irerson threw amongst the
cotton. For three blocks around the
burning presses the people moved out
fearing the lire would spread to their
Woman Stage Robbers Arrested.
Ilotsu City, Idaho, April 4. The de
tentives who wnt to a ranch near Sal
mon falls, in search of the six women
suspected of being stage robbers, have
placed the woman under arrest, and
report thete is no doubt of their guilt.
The women, who claim to be sisters by
tho the name of Harvey, are said to
have committed many highway robberies
in that section of tho country. They
were dressed as men while engaged in
crimes. The women declare that their
father compelled them to become ban
dits. The arrest ot the old man is ex
pected. Bliiiard In Minnesota,
Run Lakk Falls, Minn., April 5. A
furious bliz.ard has been raging here the
past twenty, four hours, aed growing in
violence. It is feared there w ill be loss
o? life on account of tho small Bupply of
food kept in reserve by inhabitants.
To Complete a Meiican Road.
Warhinutjn, April 3, Tho govern
ment of Mexico has made a contract
with E. L. Corthwell, a well-known en
gineer of Chicago, M. Hampson,
formerly of Fairfield, la., and Mr. Stan
hope, an English resident of the City of
Mexico, to complete the railway across
I InlliinilH of lV'ilnileK-e, between
'Atlantic aii'l l';n-i fi? oceanx
1 ln'irun liy mi Ktuj'iili i-oin;iaiiy hoiiip
'liineiioi) Tins ifoveriiiiieiil Iih alri'inly
: fJ.'Ml i,ll I) in liaml fortliiK work, w hich
lit 'i'.en lo Mr. Corthwell
: ansocinleH uh a hiihniily. together with
the rioht to or.Miii.ii a company, intuit
I Hccnriliet itml ImiM Ihc tei ininiils uimI
the two haihors for th lartfeitt claHH of
Miiltuuraiili County Nominatiorii.
I'oBii.iMt, April I! The following
lioniinalioi,H were inmlu tiy the republi
can rounly coaveriiion here yester'lay :
! (Stale mnatorn Henry K. Mc'iinn, O.
M. Iienny, lien Selling. V. A. I'.ancroft.
I repret-enlalive, If II. Northup, II.
j V. (iullixHon, S. P. Scott, W. I!. liiilmp,
(ieortffT. Myem, W. 1. Keaily, U. F
I'axton, A. II. Mauley, T. W. 1'ittinyer ; I
sheriir, O. Suiiiinnis; clerk of cir
fuit court, Waller Heed ; clerks of
county court, T. C I'owell; recorder
ol conveyances, W. K. Matthews; co:n
in'ssioner, 1'hilo llultfook ; ajsesor,
L. II. Maxwell; treasurer, Si. H. Wiiley;
superintendent of sci ools, J. II. Acker
man; surveyor. It. S. ireenleaf ; coro
ner, Ivlwaid llolman
The Lattr Day Sainu.
Salt Lakk, April Over 12,0(10 Mor
mons today alten led the first uay's ses
sioti of the sixty-second annual confer
ence of the church of .le-iis Chiist ol the
Latter I,iy Saints. This s'Ssion, in
view of the recent political cventR, is
looked upon as one of the most ini!or
innt in the history of the church. Apos
Hichards in a speech declared that those
people who believed that they had re
ceived all the revelations they were to
have are mistaken, and that more were
to come. President (i. O. Cannon spoke
hopefully of the future, and said the
church Was advancing with mighty
strides, and that the hearts of the peoplt
Last had been softened.
Retaliation is RrcoKmrndcd.
Xkw Yokk, Apiil 2. The livening
Telegram states that the Chinese resi
dents of this countiy have for some time
Itecn circulating a petition among theii
countrymen praying the emperor of the
"Floweiv Kingdom" to retaliate on the
t'nited States and the petition has
already received 4W.('0 signatures
The petition slates that the Celestial
residents in this country are to endtiie
even greiter hardships in the future
than thev now endure, and accuse the
L'nited States of breaking faith. The
blame lor this is laid on immigrants
from Kuiope, and not on th i native-born
More Trouble for Pern.
Panama (via Oalveston), April 3. It
is reported from Lpihpie that ex-Presi
dent l'terola. ol rem, lias imported a
large quantity of arm into that city and
is trying to raise a large army to over
throw the Peruvian government. The
basis of his hostility toward the present
government is the supineness of the
Peruvian government in making no ef
fort to recover the provinces lost to
Chili. It is bel'eved that he is backed
in the agitation by M. Dreyfuss Troops
have been sent out from Tacna to sup
press the rebellion, and an engagement
is likely to take place soon.
Some More Cyclones.
Chkkryvalk, Kis., April 4. One mile
east of hete last night a tornado demol
ished half a dozen houses, killed two
persons, names unknown. IVxter, Cow
ley county, is also reported to have
suffered by the wind. The barometer
ia falling. Another storm is looked for.
Inky clouds are hanging over the south
west. Kansas City, April 4. The signal ser
vice gives warning of danger of a cyclone
here. All schools are dismissed. The
wind ia blowing a gale. The same con
dition exists in northwestern Kansas.
Bismark's Brother Dying.
Bkrlin, April 3, Bernard von Bis
mark, the ex-chancellor's elder brother,
is dying of pneumonia on his estate at
Kuelse. This brother is the eldest of
Prince Bisiuark's six brothers and sis
ters, and excepting the prince, is the
only surviving male member of their
generation of the family. The ex
chancellor has been summoned to his
Change of School Superintendent.
Salkm, April 1 (.. M. Irwin this
afternoon completed his invoice and
turned over tho affaire of the govern
ment Indian training school at Chemawa
to bis successar, C. W. Wassou, of Mass
achusetts. A Revolution in Ecuador.
Pvnama (via tialveston), April 3. It
is reported tlr.it a revolution has broken
out in Ecuador and that the revolution
ists have seized one of the government
Buenos Aykes, April 4. The excite
ment in consequence of the radical at
tempt to overthrow the government is
quieting. No lurther trouble is anticipated.
J x.i iiii n u
I'ro Silvci ilc-i Li!i( ly to I'rarlire
III K AMI UllNrSE (T PASSKI.
I lie Seal Herd (iolau Worth and Uelnx
Mauirhtrretl on tit way Ke
clprnclty wilii Itruil.
Wahihnutox, April 2. There ia reaon
to believe that the hoime may yet Ihel
itself in a pottition of embarraflMinent on
the silver (pietion. One of the utroriK
est B'lvocjteg of the nilver bill today Haid
Ihatthe silver men hail about ilei iiled
upon the course that they would pinxue.
That courtte iH one of ob-.truction to ..II
legisl ition (except tariff measures! until
assurance is given that the silver bill
will have the right of way.
He din not criticise Speaker Ciispm
his action, but he said when the lion e
adjourned on the famous "Silver TIium-
lay" it adjourned under a misapprehen
sion, 1 neie weie eighty men who won 'I
unite on preventing any legislation t.y
the house, he said. When anked an lo
as whether the obstruction ould bo
made to the appropriation hill he fai l,
"lile,-s appropriation biiis, noihing but
tariff until we secure fair consideration
of the silver measure.'' He did not,
however, use the word "bless."
The Chinese Eidolon Bill.
Washington, April 4. The house to
lay passed the tbine.-e exclusion bill ;
yeas 179, nays 42. The bill absolutely
prohibits any Chinese, whether or not
subjects of China (except diplomatic and
consular officers and servants) lroui t il
lering the United States, and Chinese
who may hereafter leave the United
States are prohibited from returning
to this country. It makes liable to ar
rest any Chinese entering the United
States or found unlawfully therein, and
provides for their punishment by im
prisonment not exceeding five jers and
subsequent lemoval to the country
whence they come provided that when
they come by way ot contiguous foreign
territory they be returned to China;
with a proviso that the secietary
of the treasury will admit Chinese other
than laborers or artesans to tt uiporarily
visit the United Slates under such rules
as he may preset ibe.
Seals Are Ooing Korth.
Washington, April 2 The depart
ment of state has received reliable in
humation of the operations of tiie sealing
vessels now engaged in killing and tak
ing seals along tne Ameiican coast. At
the latent advices the fleet was off Flat
teiy keeping company with the herd
as it moved up the coast on its way to
its breeding g'oundson Pribyloff isi.inus.
On the 21st ult , the American steamer
.Michigan passed them and the water
was fairly alive with seals and the ves
sel had their boats out busily shooting.
Between March 14th and 24th vessels fix
their catch at 2272 seals. Several British
vessels are now in Victoria and four or
five in process of construction are de
signed for seal operations, inakin g a
total British fleet of about seventy as'
against fiftv-one last vear.
Reciprocity With Brazil.
Washington, April 3. Hon. E. II .
Conger, United States minister to Brazil,
is in Washington, en route to his home
in Iowa on a leave of absence, Mr. Con
ger says the opposition to the reci
procity treaty is dying out, and the Eng
lish and German importers are now
sending to the United States for goods in
order to secu'e advantages of the treaty.
An increased trade has compelled the
Brazil Steamship company to run fou:
teen steamers monthly instead of three,
as formerly. He says Brazil will make
a splendid exhibit at the world's fair.
Omaha, Xeh., April 5. It was an
nounced today in railroad circles that
Gould has arranged a surprise for the
traltie departments of the East. It is to
make Leeds succeed Mellon as Union
Pacific traffic manager. The appoint
ment will not be made until after the an
nual election this month, when it will be
determined whether the Gould manage
ment will be continued or not.
Trkntox, N. Y. Arpil 5. Govornor
Ahbett this morning vetoed the bill
legalizing the Heading Kailroad com
pany, on the ground that it was uncon
Astoria, Or., April 5. The Lightship
which will be anchored off the mouth
of the Columbia arrived from San Fran
cisco today in tow of the tug Fearless.
Victoria, B. C., April 4. A number
of heavy guns will tomorrow bo shipped
Irom EsquimaU, to be placed on Macau
lay's point, w here C battery is.