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VOL. 20. NO. 30.
OREGON CITY, OKEGON, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1892.
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ESTABLISHED ' 1800.
t'AHKy JOHN HON.
LA WY lilt.
Corn! Kllil tin! Main atrtwta, Orun Clly,
REAI. KHTATK TO BULL AND
MONEY TO LOAN.
1. 1. mm miHai)(:uH .
T. r. cowi,
ATTOKNKY At UW,
All twlnr I' I land Offlo apwtlally.
UBlo rooui Maud IA, I) laud oitlca
ATTORNEY AT UW
niiTt or r.irT nRi.MD.
yfltr two duori atMtr poatafflitt, oreM Clly,
Q O. T.1MJAM,,
"REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Desirable Ibmlne Property nl fjub-
uritan iiuiiiv in Urtg'iii my.
Farm Property In trarta to lull mi ay Una.
('trMii4iiM promptly inirwri. OSlff,
aaaiuuur ui iuni4 imnuvy aru Blur.
1 II. IYM, 1
COUNSELOR AT LAW
OBIet over Ortfoo CHjr Buk.
okiaoH cm. . . . Mtuai
Q D A D C UTUVHCnt,
COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIN rs(T, OMIUUN CITV, OM1UUN.
FurnUb Aoalraota f Tilt. Loaa Mnuy. Por)-
aloat atorua. and u-anaatil out rat
i, and Iran
J K CHtrtUl,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Wiu. rtiimc iv am. c n or tmi Stats
Kml Ett ana Inniun,
Offlra oe Mala (irtH, foot mb aud servalu,
oaaAoM t . ml
I? M. HANHH,
notary .telic, real estate a
0t In th Caw 0 Handlo.
(1 . CI'MCK, M. ft,
I'HYMt IAN AM M RoKuN.
Otic with lr,kt.OIy, Aurora. Oifo
y . UC RUT,
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
NOTARY PUJUJC A COLLECTOR.
Money Loaned an Apred euilty.
KKAL KHTATK AND lNHI'HAM K.
Cbfllr t'lly, Fana and iiiaiirtian vnyrif lor
nip, i . j p ( i iv, .iin j wafraiua iwi Mu.iri
llaa o all ilada Uurtt and Mild. Taiaapaid
and Uuaiaru nl arrey 4tIiUiu atla4d lo
Via up atalra In bullJluf nnrtb ol anal'dUn.
QAM. A. DMITU.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will pracllr In any nl lha tltalx ar FV.lcral
Coiiria. A I o atlrnd earaluUy to anv .i.lnra
balorv llio I', OIHu and Inirrtor IM
parimauta, Olarv: Konntt S and a. aarinaa
UUK'k. ar l.lrur a Unci.
OUKUON CITV , OHKHON.
"I I HAVKH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OaxuiN City, Orkiion.
Will praMlri In all llic cnurta ol lha aiatn.
OAli'o, roniur Mala and KlyhUi atrcvu, i.bxiiI1
Oil), c. UROWNIIl.U.
a. a naKMia.
J JKOWNEI.L A DKRHHKK
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practice til all tkf onarta of th auwi. Ol
flra, naxt dw tu Oaiillald llunllry'a dru
rpilK COMMEKCIAL BANK,
OF ORKOON CITY.
TRANRACTi A OINIBAL RANKIH U1N,
Ioana mad a, Villa diiroimtcid. Makaa no
Incllima, Huva and aalla Kx'haiiav ml all point
In th I'tillfd Niatva, Kurop and llniui You.
l)iHialla rocol' vil cnhJiMit hi oliack Intoroat at
' nana) rat pa allowed on tlmi. dcnoalta. Hank
npi'i Inim A, M. lo4 r, M. HaliirUay eveuluga
Iron) t to J f, M,
D. Q. tATOCllKTTK, I'rinldcnl.
f r iionai,:
HSON, C abler
IJANK OF OKKOCN CITY,
Oldest Bankm. Basse lo tbe City.
Paid tip Capital, IMI,000.
OKll. A, HARIIINO.
a. a CAi'riiti.i)
CHARI.Sa II. CACSIKLD.
DftnoilLa remdved aubltiot to olivok.
Approved bill and nnta discounted.
Couutyand city warrant! bought. ,
Loans made on available atonrlty.
Kaoliange bouslit and snltL ,
Colleutlonr made promptly.
Drain aold Avallanle In any part nl th world.
Talegrapltlo xohangea aoltf on PoHlaod, bu
Franolaoo, Chtoago and Kw lock.
tntarnat paid on time dnpoalta,
auo assuu oi ma Lunvun
Furhigging tfoodg, -:
BEST" AND CHEAPEST,
Qretyoi) State formal Selpool
The Leading Normal School of the Northwest,
i-i1.'1 "t'li Lil - ,u ' i.i -T A year i arhool for IIM. Tulli. a radii red
ifAtl i r'riii i ' W'r la if't W. o s 'A Normal and . 00 Hob. Normal a trm ol
JVj BilUll I, L iLu i" O V- " R-r,l at N.wmal Dining Hall ll.seper
Tmm I' "'t "- " -' i' r ii FuruUlidriMiail.iinHaik. Btrd
-""v' w and l.lf in at i.rlvau lawllira per mrrk.
For paialnarne addrea
J. M. Ftiwau.. A. M. Vie I'rf.ldfiil
O. E. A. FREYTAG
Best and Cheapest Grocer.
Fancy and Staple Groceries in Great Variety.
Vegetables, Fruit and Feed.
Fifteenth and Main, ORECON CITY.
SEyENTH STREET DRUG STORE.
DR. L. M. ANDREWS, Prop.
A Full Line of Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
Patent Medicines of all Makes, Notions, Confectionery, Cigars.
Full Stock Of Machine Oil, Best and Cheapest.
Fino selection of Verfuiiiery and
ing Brands of Cigars.
PHI:N KII'TIOiN AKKl'l I.I.Y I'll. Mill
On Improved Farms of not
less than GO acres.
C. O. T. Williams,
V. H. lk'ltOIIARDT.
GUNSMITH AND LOCKSMITH
Oregon City, Oregon.
Full Stock of Guns Ammunition.
Ropairson all kinds of sntnll machines
promptly made. Ihtplirate keys to
any Jock manufactured. (Jhopon
Mnln Htreet. next to
, NohliU 8taWeB,
Money to Loau !
Bnard nf Rryraia HenjaoiaaSrbniaeld.'PrM.
I H V. H'ltlor. Irrlry, f.l .allelic- III, Kl
ftVurj (,t, ylrMr rVnnott. Htm, K B
Nrfclroy, nun-rintrudirbtol Public luauncil.
Mnn O W Moftrt.Iv. derrtHary of Slate Hon.
lacnb Vo.rhrM, Hon. A Sollnar. i, C. WhHa,
Mu. W. II. Holmea. Allrad Ucy. Hon T. V
Haley , Hon J J Daly Tba but Normal la a
lltaarhooj. innldly arowma and taptdly add
Inn lo ,a lauimiv fur to nwi.l minlna nf
rh:a Ita gradnam ar In dmaud lo til
' Mtl. A I ato mt 0 pr (wot. la alUpa-
M la anlM'twtrd lor tit Bil
twra hava Iwrn a l.lwi to Hi
ttnlial apparallia .upi.iird, A dllraa Iromth
afli.M rutitlr on to iMcb la atiy t'ouuty la
lha btata altliont lurthcr oantinatlon. Nor
mat, Ni.rntal Advanrrd, Rualu, Mtiaie and
Art Drpamnrnta. Kpn lal advanugn lu Vocal
luu iiiKiriinirii.ai milHn
Ktratuiai opaua butaattwr iL
r. L. Caarnau, A. B., President
Toilet Soaps. And Lead
, Seventh Street
The bos'. 5c A 10c oiirar,
The Rest Soda Water,
Tho CcBt French Mixed caudy,
The IVst riuin Mixetl candy,
The Best Stationery, Etc,
FOR THE LEAST MONEY.
AT THE POSTOFFICE.
FREE SODA WATER
With every D5 cent purchase..
BRANCH OFFICE, TROY STEAM LABNURT.
AT C(EUK D'ALENE.
JtirtUl Law KKlaMIslicd In the
LFOIR HUNDRED ARK EST MADE.
Kea-l'ulon Sen retumlar, aad
Mian Mill Frubblj be
Martce up Moon.
Wai.i a(k, Malio, July 19 -Tonight
1000 United State trootm vtiard tlia
Cu'Ur d'Alcne niliiiug district, and Mar
tial law io Hlioaliune county i lully
eaUblUlied. Where were (urtnerly con
(ualoD and excl'.itnient all ii now quiet
and ordurly, and Uiera la heard the
teady tramp of the military. Arrenta
have ben ronlinued all day, and about
400 union minora and clliunt are now
heldai priaunera through the diatrict.
Col. Tliealier, of the 14th United KUU
Infantry, la in command here in Wallace.
Under hi control he baa aeven oora
panlna of forty men each, and ia ex
pecting rrinforobtnenU. Coufimd in
building about bia headquarter
are JfK) priaoner including thoa brought
from Burke.' Quarter for the yriaonere
ar Htiiitod, and it ia feared it will be
ImpoMible to find aleeping accommoda
tion for them. Col. Theaker aay they
ate Mate priaoner, and Uie atata rnuat
protide for them. ReporU from the
entire diatrict ay the miner aubniitied
quietly to arreat. Borne of the miner
have gone to the billa, but all the
regular eiiu are cloaely gnartled, and
their only ecape i by very hard travel
over the Saint Joe range in Montana.
But it ia thought that hunger will dnve
them back into the valley, where they
will be compelled to aurrender. Van B.
Delaahmutt, one of the mine owner,
atated to the Aaeocialed Freaa reporter
tonight that moat of the non-union men
driven out of Warduer were returned to-
lay, and that it I. quite probable that
tba Hunker Hill and Sullivan mlnea will
be started np again next week. The
Sierra Nevada, at Wartlner, will wart np
with nearly the same force a before the
trouble. The Granite miners, who
Were last to be driven out, did not go
very far. They have nearly all returned
and will resume work next Monday.
Tj Grand Army post at Murray waa
as urollmeniol i failed t ut last night to guard that por
.Tnity, .n" TX"! lin ol tunr d'Alene against the. escape
of any miner from this aide. They cap
tured finir fugitive who evidently at
tempted to make their way Into Montana.
The investment of Cteur d'Alene by the
military ia complete northeast and west.
Washington, July 16. General Scho
field received a telegram from Col. W.
P. Ourlin, Fourth infantry, dated Ward
ner yesterday, commanding Uie troops
in northern Idaho, saying: "ArresU by
order of the of the governor of Idaho
commence today, and will continne un
til Uie governor stops it. No property
was destroyed hero or elsewhere by the
rioters in eonsevnence of my delay at
CaUldo, but all was saved by that de
lay. I was most urgently begued by the
manager of the principal mine owners,
V, M. Clements, to delay until his sur
rendered miner should get out of the
place. He believes his men would have
been killed, and bis mine and mill de'
st roved. A ton and a half of dynamite
had been placed In the mill by lbe riot
ers to blow up and burn it. When his
non-union men left the place on the
cars, the giant powder was removed
from the mill and all the property in his
possession. Everything is prpgressing
General SchoQeld telegraphed to Gen
eral Ktiger, commanding the depart
ment of the Columbia, as follows:, "I
have no douht circumstances and results
fullv justify the descretion that Col.
Carlin exercised. He evidently under
stood that the duty of the troops was
simply to support the civil authorities
in the exercise of the law."
Wallacb, Idaho, July 19. Report to
the effect that miners were coming from
Montana armed and resolved to assist
the union miners in the Cteur d'Alenes
haa canned a movement of troop! 'by
GenemrCarlin to 'check any such at
tempt. General Carlin and stuff, with
three communes of infantry, arrived here
at 11 a ni. Col. Page's command has
been under arms and ready to move at a
moment's notice. Saltx, Montana, is the
objective point of the . invading miners.
Capt. Ilubb, with three companies,
marched to Summit lust nitfl.tfrom Gem,
and holds the trail leading from Saltx.
The leader of this movement is Breen,
who is president of Butte union. Re
quisition plr8 have been sent to the
governor of Montana, and it is probable
he will soon be under arrest. He is and
has been. Hie leading agitator in the
Cfftir d'Alene trouble. Martial law may
yet have to be declared in Montana,
as the tlieatre of operations of the troops
willconUnue upon the border line of
that state', . ie thought General Car
lin will be perfectly able to cope with
anv armed body of men who may be
deluded into entering on invasion. .
THE WEEK IV C0H(KK88,
Th lauiei Ii laar tu tni a4 tk lobui
Frapartag for adjoiraaiaat.
WAtHiaoToN, July 17. Everybody 1
anxiou to get away from the capitol,
and the common expectation ia that
the aewion will end next Saturday or
the following Monday . The member
will make a last deiuerate effort toaecure
action on iaywile bill, but in both
nouae everything munt give way to the
appropriation billa, for the word ha
gone out that the aeMion will end o
soon a they are dmpoeed of. The tun
dry civil, fortification and general
deficiency appropriation bill remain to
be acted on. The only eeriou contro
verity looked for i in connection with
Uie world' fair appropriation in the
undty civil bill. In the Interval be
tween the conaideretion of the confer
ence report the senate will resort to Uie
calendar, and the friend of the anti
option bill intend to ptM it, or at leant
fo debate the measure. Tomorrow
being upenlon day in the boue, an
effort will be made to rail op from the
committee the merchant and marine
bill to repeal the present ebip tubaidy
law. An attempt to pane the bill under
auipenaion of the rukre will find general
support on the democratic eide. Tues
day the senate' world' fair amend
ment to the sundry civil bill will be
considered. Probably the report of the
pension investigating committee will be
made a special order for Wednesday.
Action on the conference report will
take np a considerable portion of the
week. The adjournment resolution will
probably be brought in during the week,
and after the date is fixed the last days
of I he session will be devoted to con
ference reports and the passage of meas
ure under suspension of the rule.
A EzptniiT Bulk.
Nkw Yoat, July 17 A Mail and Ex
press Hoinestea.t special say that both
aides are ntiit and there t mi immivlt-
. ate prgsj(ect o( ,,ettle,t.niof the strika,
which has already cost considerable
more than 11.000.000. F.verv dav the
, work, Mle c(t. ,he Carnegie com
pany (50.000, It I twenty day since
the men went out. The militia have
been under arms one week at 120,000
per day cost to the stale of Pennsylvania
The cost to the company and the state
is piling up at the rale of 170,000 per day
la addition, the workmen lose more in
wagtm. The destruction of property baa
not been great, as the barge burned
Baking Powaer Leglxlatlaa.
The use of alum and ammonia in bak
ing powders has been carried to such an
enormous extent by unscrupulous man
ufacturers, anxiou either to swell Uieir
profit or to cater to the demand for
cheap goods, regardless of the stomach
of the consumer, that bills have been
introduced during the past year in the
legislatures of many states, among
which are New York, Minnesota,' Illi
nois, Georgia, Florida, etc., requiring
such interior article to he distinctly
labeled. Board of Health and Food
Commissions in many cities and stales
have been' occupied with the same
erohlern, and in many instances have
published 'lists of powders containing
alum or ammonia, so that the public
may avoid them. Following is a partial
list of such powders: Royal, Calumet,
Hercules, Taylor's Ore Spoon and For
Tht Interstate Coaimiaioi.
Chicago, July 17. The interstate
commission has decided to ask United
States Judge Gresham to decide whether
vice-president Sterling, of the Illinois
Steel company, must answer the ques
tions put to him regarding the owner
ship of stock of the small switching roads
his company was alleged to possess.
When Sterling's attorneys learned of
this move they asked for a brief time to
consider, and, as result of the confer
ence, a hearing of Uie petition was post
poned until September 6. General
Freight Agent Brown, of the Grand
Trunk, gave the commission a piece of
information. lie admitted the fast
freight lines were organised by the roads
themselves for the purpose of giving re
bates on excessive charges, or to settle
claims. The expense of maintaining the
lines was met by assessing each road its
Racing With Wolves.
Mny a thrilling tale has been told bv
travelers of a race with wolves across
the froxeu steppes of Russia. Some
times only the picked bones of the hap
less traveler are found to tell the tale.
In our own country thousands are en
gaged in a life-aod-death race against
the wolt Consumption . The best wea
pons with which to fight the foe, is Dr.
rierce's golden Medical Discovery.
This renowned remedy has cured myr
iads of cases when all other medicines
and doctors had failed. It is Uie great
est blood-purifier and restorer of
strength known to the world. For all
forms of scrofulous affections (and con
sumption is one of them) it is nnequaled
aa a remedy. - : ,
MOM ESTEA 1) W0KK S
Town in Charge of
SUte HI lit la.
AS ATTEMPT TO START THE X ILL
Tke Ktrlker Mill Holding Out aat
Relation are Htralaea Tkeigl
5e Open Tlalener.
Homestead, Pa., July 18. The tension
between the striker and the military i
increasing. There are many irresponsi
ble, reckless men in town, mostly with
ome ort of arms, and an untoward
event might precipitate a conflict. The
military, while not expecting rich an
outcome, are evidently preparing for it.
A large additional amount of ammuni
tion ha been received from Frank
ford. There are at least 250,000
pounds of ammunition here, and more
ia expected. Another reg-ment was
brought over the river thia morning,
and it is onderslood three other wilt
be brought over day by day.
All ia quiet at Uie big mills, and there
i no risible evidence of the intention to
tart op today. Almalgamated officers
bete say they know nothing of U.e paper
eking for aid said to be circulating in
New York, and pronounce it a fraud.
Railroad men deny the truth of the
rumor that they will refuse to handle
freight for th.- Homestead mill.
Two trot her named McConnell, Etf
lishman, who worked aa foreman in the
Homestead mill, have not been seen for
three weeks, and the look-out men be
lieve Uiev have gone to England to en
gage non-union men to lake their places
in the mill. Oue of Carnegie' foremen
spoken to about the matter treated it
with ridicule, aayitig there were plenty
of non-union men in this country, and
that part of the works will be started by
A mechanical committee waited upon
Superintendent Poller of U.e Houiwlead
work ttiia morning. Mr Potirt re
fused to admit to his presence aay of the
committee except C'baiiman Lamb, who
remained in conleience fully an boor.
At the conclusion ol the conference a
general " meeting of fmployee of the
Carnegie" mechanical department was
called fur I p, ml
Homestead is filled with detective
ii. the emplo? of the Carnegie company.
Their mi ion seem to be to watch the
movement of leader aid bring influ
ence to bear on the men composing the
rank and file of the lot ked-out laborers
and mechanics As to the Iatr object
it can safely 1 said they are not succeed
ing to any noticeable degree. Every
train brings unprincipled fellows into
this place. A majority of them come for
no other purpose than to "work" the
strikers for five or ten dollars and free
tickets to Eastern cities. Homestead
is certainly becoming a mecca for tramps
who represent themselves as non-union
workmen, but are willing to get out of
town again if the striker will give tliem
a Utile cash and free tickets, but there
is another class drifting in here. They
are being sent in by the Carnegie Steel
company and it is thought the town is
gradually filling up with non-union men. -
PirrsBiBo, July 19. An associated
Press reporter made a tour of the Home
stead steel mills today, being the only
newsparer man who has succeeded in
gaining admission behind the gieat
fence. He found about 150 men at
work, most oi them new employes.
Four furnaces in the armor plate de
partment were charged today, and com
plete resumption in this department will
take place tomorrow. The open hearth
department and mechanical department
were also being worked, but in a desul
tory way. The assistant superintendent
ia confident, if the mill resumes, he will
in a day or two see many of the former
employes returning. A large number
of colored men arrived at Pittsburg to
day and visited Mr. Frick. Their de
stination is surmised to be Homestead.
. Foniga Trade for tk Tear.
Washington, D. C, July 20. The
compiliation of foreign trade by the bu
reau of statistics for the year ending
June 30, makes a magnificent show
ing for the republican legislation. The .
showing is :
Total exports Jl,(tt0,3o.,;,fi26
Total imports f7,8!1l,2S4
Bal. in favor of United States. . 202,944,342
Value of iion-tlntiable lmorts 458,001, H5
Value of dutiable imports 3tS),3!X, I S
The percentage of free imports was
55 88, au increase of 10. 73 per cent over
181)1, when the percentage of free im
ports wan 39.15. In 1890 it was 34.19,
and in 18S9, 34.81.
English Eleotion Returns.
London, July 18. it 8 o'clock the
afternoon returns show the election of
211 supporters of the government and
347 members of the opposition. It is
officially announced that a result of the
visit of Salisbury to the queen yesterday
the conservative government will meet
in parliament August 4iSs. ' ' " "
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