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VOL 20. NO. 27.
OHKfJON CITY, OUKGON, FRIDAY, Al'KIL 20, 1802.
rjMIOS. F, ItYA.N,
RKAI. KMf A'l K AND INHt'lt AM'K,
liuilra "Hv. Farm and Miil.iirt.aii property lur
Ml. t'H niTlpl, iHiiiiuy warrants etui aumirl
Urn nl nil khnl bmiitiii mill ...M I n it'ii pniil
unit liu.hir.i ill miry dvirlpiluii aui'inlnl lu
oflli'ti up etalra lu tti I li tinrih ol metonV-.
QAM. A. SMITH,
' ATTORNEY AT LAW, '
Will irmtli In miy nl lh Htulo nr Fe.1i.ral
I'otirta, AImi Hltfflit parttllly tn miy tillalllfall
I "tnie the U. H IjiiiiI OUtf and lliltirlnr t.
Jiiriiimnla. iiltliwi Kihiiik o mul , I hartuaii
iluek, onr Uimwiii lluirl.
UIIKUOtt CITY, OHMoN,
1 ( It AYKS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will prei-Hoe In nil th nutria nl th itmn
Omr. curlier Until aud Kin htli atrrvta, opMilie
J L. roHTKIl.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
oii-m or m.irmiTy riaiomatt,
Omr two iliKirt above poioine, OntfU City.
T. A. Mi'Mllll A. i. limuM
JrllHIliK A I'KKssKB
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
oaie la Jr Hluri, Oregon City
1 II, I'YK,
OU NSiaoit AT LAW
oltli-eiiver OriH"li City Hank.
I'munl nil, X . . oaeoo
(1 FOItiiK r. liiiOW.NfcLI,
DmraiiH City, Ohkiiun,
III pri llr Iii nil ilm r.mil. Ihi etate. Ol
flr. tint ilimr to t'eiiflcid A lliititlry drug
). . m KHMttlti-l wH. t- r. iowtm,
J JKH kUNMUIt't.H A CuWIKll.
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All Cm' Mm I' t j i; 1 orrtra tiMx-lnliy
timw tinin Html I. I' II laud uitip
W. T BtHK K V,
j, v. imtrii
J Jl KMtY A iK A I'F K.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Twelve vi-nr nirirnn a reatatrr ol lh IV
II. Iiid nihre Urtv rentiititil. ii in our iwi-
It y ol all liu.l. itl Iriialiii'M txfure the In ml nl
Mic and the I'i'imi. mul lcjvuUI;ig the yfarilr
lu Ilia truer! laud ollite
"y CAKkY JOHNSON.
Corner Rtjthl and Main ttrreta. Ore tin Clly
It K At. KHTATK TOSKI.L AM)
MuNKY TO LOAN.
1 It. A D C LATOl'iiKTHl,
attorn kys and
C'OUNKKIiOKH AT LAW
MAIM KTHKKT, ORKUON CITY, (l(ION.
Puruiih AMrarla nl Tula, IMn Mimay, fnro
oliiaa Miirlaa, and trmuacl Usurral
ATTOKXKY AT LAW.
Will runui m Au cnrirra or ime Btati
HnU Kalavto and Inturanr.
Omra on Main Bi rii, ImL Blaik and itaraolh,
oatuoM city. o.
Q 0. T. WIIXIAIIS,
KKAL KSTATE AND IXBU RANCH.
lHmril Himini'iia l'rorty nnil Huh
urbmi llomcB in Ori'Kun lily.
Farm Property In Irat'la lo auli on oaajr tcrma.
Corrpnnilinr promptly niwrrH. OrTlca.
neil door lo Caullaid A lluntlay'i drill Mora.
-yr, B 1IAKYK,
Platllnj. Dralnai and Plum work promptly
CAN II Y, - -
CP OKKUON CITY.
Capital, ..... i(IO,0OP
TRANSACT A OBNKHAL kAMKtrtO BtltlNlaa,
Iiant marla. Itllla dlncounUid. Hakaa ro
Inotlnna. Buy" ami atilla tii liiie on all pnlnta
In Ilia Cnltoa Hiatna, Kuropa ami lions Kong.
I)ipiialta roiwl'iiil auhjtmt to rli k liitiirmt at
naiial rali'H allnwml ou ttina dtipoalta. Itithk
opiu Iroin V a. h. to 4 r. H. Haturtlay evening!
Irora 5 to 7 r, M.
I). C. I.ATmiHKTTIC, Vroaident.
PS DONALDBON, Caahior
JJANK OF OIIKOCN CITY,
Oldest Banklns Ilsnse lo ttic Clt7.
Paid up Capital, IW.OoO.
VII K t-HKlllllINT,
OKO. A, HA Hill NU.
It. 0 (IAHriKI.1)
t'llARI.ia II, CAtinKI.I).
A Rtinoral linnklni bnalneaa tranaaatod.
IX'pnalta rm'i'l veil aiilijovt to oluwk.
Aprovod lillla and notea dlaoounted.
County anil olty warranta bonxlit.
Iioaiia made on available aoourlty.
KxcbaiiKe IhiukIiI and aolil.
Colleittlnna mail promptly.
Jiralta aolil avallanle In any part ol the world.
Ti'li'itmplilo eidliaiiRea aolil on I'ortlalid, rjao
Franolaoo, Clileav,aud New York.
Tnlereit paid on time dopoalta.
Hub APOMa ol TUK LONDON CHEQUE BANK.
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TJIE CHINESE BILL.
It U Itroutclit Up and DisciiKhed
In the Hi-nafe.
THE NATIONAL hlLVKItlO.Tl JUTTKE
It U lnUt d Hint Ai-tloD on tho Illund
or Nome Other III II be Had
WAwnxtiTon, April 23 Tlie Chinese
enclimiuii bill wua .(ore the onte to
day. Teller mid Chinamen legally 'in
the country are entitled to domicile, but
(he I'niled 8lati had a perfect rig-tit to
any nu mure hould i-unie. He denied
the eiUtence of the great trade with
China which la oken of, and aaid
American exorta to Chine I ant year
were nut halt what they were Ova year
Ilia eo. It did not favor the violation of
trnniy otIijt ions until diplomacy had
exhausted reaotircet ite in effort to
amend tlm treaty.
Murxiin favoied (he senate atihetitule,
Fry aaid the l'wiflc coant aenatoriou
the river and harbor hill are axkint;
laru appropriation, holding 1'uget
ruund Ui ie the aeat of an enormoui
orlnititl commerce. "Now," eaid Frve.
"if the people of Hie Pad tie coafttiild
a Chiueae wall by iiiaulting the people
and government of China, what nocee
ity ia Iheie of any further improvement
of the riveni and harliora ol the Pacific?"
Mitchell Mid iiiaMiiuth aa the United
Jilatea paid orer fakJ.OKt.OUO in gold and
ailver to China in the lust twenty yeara
for trade balance, he aaked the eenator
from Maine whether he thought China
would break off IraJe with ua if we paw
the exclusion bill.
Fry aaid be had no doubt w hatever.
If the hi nine bill beeome a law and the
emperor of China does not in lens than
ixty day declare Lie porta closed to all
t'nited 8talea commerce and withdraw
biit diplomatic repreeentativea Irom thin
country, I am entirely mistaken about
the emiH-ror and hia milliliter.
Handera favored the bill.
Rational BiUer OonmitM.
Wamiixutom, April 22. It la ascer
tained from members ol conuresa wlioat-
ndei1 tire meeting of the national silver
C' JiutiUet-' l;int night that' the intereel
in the ailver question is alive and there
demand lor silver legislation bv
(hia congress on the Bland bill or some
other meamtre for the full re
monetiaiition of ellver.e The question ol
an international monetary conference
was only im-Mentally mentioned. As
the conference was among free coin
age men, in the outcome there was no
axpression on the part of those present
that could be interpreted as favorable to
the immediate formation of a third
party as iuggeted heretofore. A num
ber declared they would not vote for
presidential candidate who was against
free coinage. A bi-motallic league was
the topic of diet-iiasiun, and there was a
general impression that such a league
would be formed.
Hill's Mai Beta TWe.
Washington, April 23 In the Noyes
Rockwell content voe was taken on
the first of the minority resolutions
which declares Noyes not entitled to
the seal. The resolution carried, ayes
240, nays (Hi. . Thus the man whom
Mills abuse of the execution power got
certified from New York is seated in
congress in disregard even of the ad
verse report of a democratic committee.
AgalDit the Appropriatioo,
Washington, April 23. Representa
tive Ryran today asked the house com
mittee on appropriations to grant a hear
ing to a committee from the Grand Army
posts of Nebraska in opposition to an
appropriation of $100,000 (or the enter
tainment of the members of the Grand
Army at tho encampment in Washing
ton. A bearing w ill be accorded,
Humored Chssget la th Cabinet,
Washington, April 22. It is an
nounced that it has been positively de
cided to make a change in the cabinet on
May 20'h, and it is stated that Attorney
General Miller will occupy the yacant
seat on the supreme bench. Secretary
Noble will tiecome the attorney general,
and M M . Extoe, of California, will suc
ceed Noble, as secretary of the interior.
To Lay the Oornar 8 tone.
Wahhington, April 26. The president
left here tonight for New York, to lay
the corner atone of Gen. Grant's tomb
at Riverside Park tomorrow. He was
accompanied by Secretaries Elkins,
Tracy, Rusk and other oflicials. Secre
tary Elkins will make an address.
Mall Mattel Comolidated.
Washington, April 22. The house
committee on postcftlces and post roads
today ordered favorably reported a bill
consolidating third and lourth class, and
fixing the rates of postage at one cent for
each two ounces or fraction thereof.
THE WY0MIHQ CATTLE WAS.
Ooardi Orgaaliad at Buffalo igalait
IlnrfAix), Wyo., April 22. An organ
ization of home guards was made 81111
day night, and one hundred and fifty
armed men belonging to the same are in
town. The guard are divided into
sijuads of ten men under a sergeant.
The streets are patrolled and all travel
ers insected. Rumors are current that
bands of invaders are coming from Mon
tana and elwwhere to assist the stock
men. The outpost in on the lookout
for their advent. It is feared that stock
men wilt renew the raids. Those, sus
pected of favoring the stockmen fear
violence. Buhinesa is at a standstill,
but the streets are crowded, though
people are quiet. Sheriff Angus turned
1 lie prisoners in jail over to Col. Van
Horn. No trouble io apprehended
but if cattlemen continue their raids no
one can tell what will happen.
Ia Tka Guard Hoaia.
Chkyenk, Wyo., Aoril 24. Tho train
bearing the Twenty-seventh infantry
and the invading stockmeu left Douglas
at 7 a. in., arriving at Fort Ku'sel at
2:45 p. m. The train was preceded by
a pilot engine aiid caboose. The latter
contained a section gang with tools to
repair any break in the track. Two
men with fine glasses scanned the tiark
from the lookout until Bordeaux, 100
mile from Douglas, was reached, where
danger was considered past and the
pilot was coupled on to the train and
helped to haul it into Cheyenne. There
was no demonstration along the route.
Hundreds of people met the train at
Fort Russel. The Texans were the
the Brut to alight. They were a hard look
ing set and the stockmen seemed ashamed
of them . The party was escorted lo the
fort and will be confined in the guard
house. EitentiT Tobacco Fraadi.
Chicaoo, April 20. The full extent of
the tobacco fraihls committed by western
ringsters against the government by
under-vatuation is being learned. In
the last six mouths 600 bales ol Sumatra
tobacco, valued at over one quarter of a
million dollars and two dollars a pouni
has been entered at San Francisco on
payment of 35 cents a pound duty.
This, means a loss to the revenue of the
government of nearly SJOO.Oot). This
enormous quantity of tobacco was dis
tributed lo various cities in the country.
Parties who pun-hat inuoiently will
have the seized tobacco released. A
treasury agent said today that the
government had not located more than
one-filth of tho tobacco smuggled in by
Liehes A Co , a New York firm which
handles tobacco. He said they are
likely to hove trouble in proving their
Mora Fool Talk.
Chicago, April 23 The Blaine club
today commenced the circulation in
printed form of a set of resolutions, w hich
weie unanimously adopted by the club,
reciting that while Blaine baa aaid
he Is not a candidate for the presidency,
nevertheless the people have rights par
amount to an individual, and that the
office should seek the man, therefore it
became the duty of the individual to
ignore personal desiies and bow to the
will of the mtjority. Blaine is ex trolled
a the "Greatest American," and there
'exists a widespread and universal de
sire that the standard bearer shall be
the hero of reciprocity."
Rick Mlnea ia Montana. .
Gbkat Falls, April 25. The richest
mineral ever found in the Btate is re
ported from Neihart, in the Little Belt
district. The vein is eight inches thick,
and assays from f 200 to $20,000 per ton.
The ore is fairly streaked with ruby
silver. It ib reported that rich discoveries
of gold continue to come Irom the Little
Rockies, southeast of Chinook. Tin sur
face ore floats from the mines yieluing
over $8 in bullion. A stream of water
coming from the Gold Bug mine is said
to cure the taste for liquor, and is named
Bi-cbloride Gold Spring.
Progren ia Bettlemeata.
KiNOFisiisa, O. T., April 23. Al
though a number of boomers have left
for their homes, yet the crowd in town
appears undiminished, owing to the
fact perhaps that homesteaders are com
ing to make filings. About fourteen
fTlmtlred are now in line, with the num
ber increasing. New county seats are
sell led, county governments organized
peacefully, and all is quiet. Settlers
are breaking ground, planting com, and
boomers are selling claims.
Beorgailiatioa of the Union Paolfio,
Nkw Yoek, April 22. It is unotfically
stated this afternoon that R. S. Hayes
has accepted the presidency at the
Union Pacific conference held today, and
the board to he elected April 27 was
agreed on, but the parties holding con
trol declined to give out their names.
It is understood, however, that Jay
Gould and Russell Sage are dropped
from the board.
IT WOULDN'T WORK
A Scheme to Defraud a Life In
H'irance Co. of $3000.
A MISSEXT LETTER HIVES IT AWAY.
Two Tbonsand Citizens of SteTens
County, Wash., Preparing to In
vatic the lolrllle Reservation.
Skatti.c, Wash,, April 22. L. Kos-
'trouch, who baa been confined in prison
for a week charged with the murder of
William Radloff, last night made a con
feesi'm that Radloff is alive. He bad
55,000 insurance on his life, and lived
unhappily with hia wife. He and the
' prisoner dug up a corpse out of Green
wood cemetery, drewed it in Radloir
i clothes and set the bouse on fire in or
Ider to create the impression that Rad-
' loff was burned to deAth. Radloff went
) to San Francisco by way of Portland.
It was by reason of the miscarriage of a
! letter written by Radloff, after bis de
parture, to Kostroueh that the former's
plans were teamed. Tbe wire hare
been kept b-isy, messages being sent
into all parts ot the country giving an
accurate description of Radloff. Mean
while Mts. Ratilofl has been deporting
herself as become a widowed womin
weighed down with grief at the death of
her husband. Kostroueh went to the
cemetery nnder the eyes of the police
and picked out the grave from which the
body was taken. The polit e think they;
will capture Radloff in a few days.
To Intade the Colrillt Beaerrstioa.
Spokane, April 23. A dispatch from
Colville, Washington, says that last
night a large delegation of citizens of
Stevens county, enlisted their energies
in a proposition to open Colville Indian
reservation, "the conclusion arrived at
was that the reservation had been ac
quired hy the whites in due course of
conquest, that the Indians were siuip'y
tenants hy sufferance, and the restora
tion of the land to tho public domain
was simply a matter to tie determined
by voluntary appropriation. Tbe idea
has electrified the populace of Stevens
county, and everybody that has a claim
to a portion of the public domain is
bent on getting on tne reservation. It
is estimated that there will be 2-TOO peo
ple on the i enervation is less than ten
The Yakima A FaoiSe Coaat.
South Bend, April 24 Engineer W.
R. Marion of the Yakima A Pacific Coast,
is in town. He savs tbe bridge at the
fifth and last crossing of the Chenalia
river has been finished and one mile
of rails laid from that point westward.
Three miles mote will lie put down
within two weeks. He sets the date of
completion of the Chehahe-South Band
division at September 1 next. Thurs
day the steamer Alliance brought from
Aberdeen fifty-two tons of iron for tho
railway drawbridge to be built across
the south fork of the Willapa, three
miles above town. Pile-driving for the
minor bridges at the west end of the line
is io progress.
Te Onard Agalaat Bpiei.
Bethlehem, Pa., April 22. Visitors
to Bethlehem Iron works, which always
have been strictly guarded, will now be
more rigidly excluded than ever. Three
weeks ago Superintendent Frits was ad
vised that foreign spies were on their
way to Bethlehem to obtain some
guarded secrets relative to the composi
tion of steel and its manufacture into gun
forgingsand armor plates. The force of
watchmen was increased and Governor
Patlison petitioned to grant detective
commissions to men designated by the
company. The governor complied and
commissions appointing ten men coat
and iron police arrived today.
The Papal Jnbilee.
Rome, April 25. At the Vatican ex
traordinary importance is being given
the Pope's episcopal jubilee next year.
The central organizing committee has
already received notice of thousands
of gilts to be sent. To collect all the
donations more than three hundred
committees have been formed in all
parts of Christendom. From reports re
ceived from there, it is believed the
presents will equal, or peihape excel,
those made on the occasion of his
priestly jubilee, when they amounted to
upward of $5,000,000 in cash and $20,
000,000 in other presents.
Hegroee Bold te 8errioe.
Fayette, Mo., April 22. Another
sale of negro vagabonds occurred today.
Three men and one woman were Bold.
One man sold for $7 for 60 days' work,
two others for $4 for 30 days' work each,
and the woman for $12 for two months'
labor. The sale was on the block.
Fool for Busalan Sufferers.
Philadelphia, April 26. The steam
ship Conemaugh, with a cargo of about
6,000,000 pounds of flour. 88,000 pounds
of rice, and other provisions for famine
sufferers in Russia sailed for Rigo, Rus
sia yesterday afternoon.