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VOL. 2(5. NO. 62.
OKEGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOHEU 2H, 1802.
yy CAKRV JOHNSON,
Cnriier Klli( n.l Mulii irt.i., Or.m cily,
ItEAt. KHTATK T08KI.L AND
MoKKV TO LOAN.
J, . mill asaiCUH.. t. r. CoWlkil,
J jiuh:kkmuh)I (iii cowi.nu,
ATTOHNKYa AT LAW,
AlU'Htia helnra P. a 1,aiiit time aMMlty.
nniu omnia Wmiil 1.1, I! It lauil uIIIf
OltrunN CITY. 0 result.
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ATTOUNKY AT I.AW
nmt-T ur rauraarv rtimi.iiKii,
Office lw duota Hlmvtt Miu(1iro, orfgnu c; 1 1 y .
fl O. T. WILLIAM.
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Finn I'miwrir In Ira, u In nil ou a Irruit.
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lit. tlil. H.i lu l urt.-i.l .4 lluiillc) i .loot tints,
t'lUNM'.LOIt AT LAW
limriir iirruti Cliy Hank,
oaauoa citv, oanina
yi V II KM I I H.
I'll YSU1AN AN1 Hl'ltCtKON,
Eagle Creek, - Oregon.
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A ITOliNLYS AND
COUNSFI.OltS AT I.AW
MAIN trHktT, OHHOoM CITY, KNKUilN,
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il-nie of Pnrtlaiut.)
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ty- II, lU Ktill AIT.
LOANS NKOO'l'l AT'lCll.
Cily ami County Warrant Wight.
INHt'HANCK AnTThKAI. KHTATK.
(imp. In l'..rt..rtl. IiiiIIiIiik (Irrnoo City Or.
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HKAL KMTAIK AN1 INHl'KANl'K,
I'hole. t'lty, rarin ami Kiilmrliaii uniiwrty tor
aal, City aerlpt. eHini)r wnrranii and aernrt
net ol all kliiiln IhiiiiiIii ami "M Tax-t palil
ml inml n- ovary ilutoilplliui .lleinleil to
OflKm up auira In Imllillna north if pntlornca.
fl K JIAYKH,
' ATTDKNF.Y AT LAW,
Orkihin City, oaauuN.
Will pranttr III all the rimrta of the alale.
Oftli'i', rorner Malu ami K Ik lull tlrtwia, oppoail.
OKI I. C, IIHimSKI.I.. A. IlKaaaKB.
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ATrOUNKYS AT LAW,
OBKOIIN ('ITV, OlIKIION.
Will prnFtlea In all the oimrlt of tlic alalo. Ol
flex. ni'Xl iloor In Cniilli'ld A lluiilli'y'a ilrug
rilllK COMMKItUAL HANK,
OK OKKUON CITY.
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TaANNACTN A UKNXIIAI. MANKINO BI'IINKHS,
I .oiiii k inailn. llllla itlteoiiiiliMl, Mnkea cot
loclloiia. Ilnyannil tolls oxt'lntuno on all point a
In (lie Pnlli'il Htnlet, Kiirope mol Hiiiik Kona.
Piiiotln ri'cel' i'il tnlijei't to I'hiu'k lutoreNt sl
lltunl rnli't Hlloweil on time iIimionIIm. Hank
upon from V a. m, to 4 I'. M. Hiilnnliiy ovenlng-a
Ironi t to 7 r. M.
1) C. LATOtlUKTTK, 1'reaulem.
K K IIONAI.IWON, Catliler
J JANK Of OKKUON CITY,
Oldest Banking House In the C 1:7.
Pnlil up Capital, Mi,Ono.
VII K I'll ICn 1 11 K NT,
TlhlM. I'll A1IM AN.
OKI). A. IIAIIIilNII,
K. (I CAI1FIKI.D
CIIAUMCS II. CAUK1KI.II.
A BiMionil turn kill IiumI neiHH trnuaiiiitud,
llepotila rneelveil aulijeet to elivek.
Approved bllla anil notes illNnouutuil.
Count; nml oily warrnnta IhiiikIH.
I,osiim mulii on nvntlalilo auourlty.
KtnliauKe bouiilit anil aolil.
CoUfi'lliint mailo promptly,,
I)rall tolit Avullanli' In any part nl the worlit.
Tele(raphl exdhnnxea aolif on Portland, Hau
Frannlaoo, 'llilnaii.iaiiil New York.
Intoreat pal J' on lime dniioalta. '
ub Aceute of T1IK LONDON ClIKQUE BANK.
K. E. WILLIAMS,
FRUIT & VEGETABLES,
RED SEAL FLOUR,
Hay, Oats and Mill Feed.
A Solicitor Sent to Your House Every
Morning if Desired.
(iOODS DELIVERED PKOMITLY.
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE.
DR. L. M. ANDREWS, Prop.
A Full Line of Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
Patent Modlclnos of all Makes, Notions, Optical Coods
Full Slock or Machine Oili. Best and Cheapest.
Kino selection of l'i'rfiiincry anl Toilet Soapa. And Load
ing Ilrundfi of Cigars.
iMti:M'Hiii r tiir.i i i.i.y i'ii.i.i:i.
Slilwly'a liliM-k. ...... (lifv-in City. Or.
P.irlltnd, (irruii. A. P. AmtiTlumu, Prlnrlptl. N-
KaUhlUltixl la WA. A Dr., ittrlt.l wbonl, l.v.t.l.ly known llih.ujboiil th. F.rlftc NorlhwttL
DlARTMINTSI Bualnaaa, horthanil, Tro.wfltlng, aianmanahlo, tnallah.
()wn all th. year; im tM-allna, au urm bvuihnttig. aiudotiU .UaiiUod .( any Utu. I'alufu. fr...
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
Carry the Larcct Stock of
Sash, Hoars, Blinds, .Mouldings, Etc.
In Ort'non ('it jr.
SlxK'inl aiea of Poor nnil W'iiiiluws nuilo to onlcr. Turning of all kinrlr
Estimates for Stair Work and Store Fronts
Ktirnislieil on apjilii'tition. UtiilcfiTt. ivc oh a call, and kco if our work
in not of the lx'ht, ami our price as low a the lowest. 1'rict List nenl
Factory, Cor. Main and 1 1th Sts.. Oregon City.
-tfiL, "wr. scixwaw,
STOVES, TIN & HOLLOW WARE.
All Kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Work
PLUMBING AND GENERAL JOBBING TO ORDER.
Mhop an Nerenth Ml., near Irrpol,
The CANBY MERCHANT,
Sellrt all goodi at a living price. Flour and kerosene, not given
away in order to catch your trade and then even up on
higher pricea on other goods.
None Uut First Class Goods Carried.
I'riceR us low as can ho had in tho county. Time given to
Orders filled for rough or dressed lumber, all first class, at bed rock
prices, retail or carload lots.
J. JONES & SON,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
l'KICI'N Till! I.OM DXT.
jMShop corner Fourth and Water ati-nets, back of Pope it Co's, Oregon City
Rupture, Asthma and Piles.
Specialists in the treatment of all forms of Chronic, Catarrhal, Nervous
i . . and Female Diseases.
Twenty (20) Years' Experience in Medicine, Surgery and
Electricity.-AH curable cases guaranteed. Oflice, 259 Commercial
Street, Salem, Oregon. f?Correflpoudence solicited.
Oregon l(j. Ilrmirh nl (Hwego.
THE END AT LAST.
JIi-k. IIiiitIhoii IWfd Away
Tucxduy Morn In";.
MUKUOl'SlrKI BY HE It FAMILY.
Aftliuugh Unable to Speak the KulTcrer
1W A jipHrf ullj- Conscious
lo the LaU
WAiiiN(iTi)N, Oct. 23. 23. Anolhfr
cliant( (r Oih wurae In Mra. IIarriun'a
cundilion, ami a inoro aerioiia one than
any that haa yet occurred, act in thin
inoriiliiK atxtut !0 o'clm k. Aa the
cliurnii hella Ix'ijan to rinn, the wall hem
became awaie ol the approach ol one of
thoM inkiii( hicIIh, which have once or
twice previotialy hrouifht the patient
to the verxe of difaolution. From thia
relapse there hum no rally an on re
vioiia oecaajona, Imt the decline of
the vital loree. perceptihly ihouith
' Kimlilillly, coiilinileil throii);hiiiit the day.
The (irehiilent, who never led her bed
aide all day, waa joined in hia aad watel,
hy other ineinlierH of the family. None
venturvl outside of the White House
iliatra, either for church or any other pur
(K. The ii(!rer lay all the time on
her riijht aide too weak even to cough,
one of many indication that the end
could not be far aw iy. MotionleiM aince
the early morning, except for a alight
tiervoua twiti hing, conaciiient upon the
extrnie nervous proatration which in
her Cium hua been more pronounced
than la cuntnmary in tubercular dia
eaaea. Meantime, it waa apparent to
the phyaiciana that the cavity of the
pleura waa attain tilling with water,
which in time will atop the action of the
heart, and that an oriioti, audi as
that they perfoined at l.oon Lake to re
lieve the watery preiaatire, waa utterly
out of the ipieslion, becje of the en-! elected for Listsin, and thtee monari h
(ecliled con.l.tion of the patient. ists and one republican for Djiorto. Tlie
WaainxuroN, Oct. 2. Mra. Harrison
ia no more. At 1 AO this morning came
the end. For the second time in the'
history of the White House a president'
wife liaa died within its walla
Mrs. Harrison at noon was still con
scious. A little before that, the presi
dent, leaning over her, asked if she
wished for anything. Willi the old-time
eniitV, that the approach of death only
made more tender and trustful, she
answered low , hut very distinctly, "No,
dear." Apparently alio was eonacioua.
There waa little change dining the after
noon, hut every chance waa for the
worse, und the watchers were fearful
that death would ensue about sundown.
From 4 o'clock well into the evening,
the president and all niemliera of hia
family remained at Mrs. Harrison's bed
side. Aa the day waned anjl the sun
sank behind the western hills, the
anxiety of the watcher, became more
and mora intense. The shadows deep
ened, the sun sunk to rest, night came,
and yet the end waa not. Some one
had sent to Indianapolis a bulletin an
nouncing Mra. Harrison's death. The
premature report spread rapidly over
the country from west to east, and there
Wgan to flow upon the wire messages of
condolence addressed to the presi
dent. Halforl promptly authorised a
denial, but it did not overtake the
original story, and messages continued
to arrive in numbers.
Just after 6 o'clock Mrs Harrison suf
fered another sinking spell. But the
sick woman still hud sullicient strength
to rally once more.
(Mrs. Harrison was born in Oxford,
Ohio, on the 1st of October, 1832. Her
name was Caroline Laviuia Scott, and
she was the daughter of John W Scott,
who was professor in Miami university
at the time of her birth, and afterw ard
liBcnmo president of the seminary in
Oxford. She graduated at the seminary
in 185'.', the same year that Benjamin
Harrison took his degree at the univer
sity, and waa married to him October
20, 1853. She was devoted to music.
and painting, and was besides a diligent
reader, giving part of her time to literary
clulip, of which she was a member of
several. Mrs. Harrison was a manager
of the orphan asylum in Indianapolis
and a member of the Presbyterian
church, teaching a class in Sunday
school until her removal to Washington.
She was a devoted wifo and mother, all
her affections being centered in her
homo and family. As mistress of the
White House, she was noted for kind
ness and afluhility as a hostess, and her
senso of the oiucticiil led to many
changes and improvements in the presi
dential mansion. The people of the
whole country will deeply sympathize
with the bereaved fainilv tit tlie distress
ing alliction that has fallen upon them.
Getting at tbe Truth.
Nitw York, Oct. 23. A circular re
cently pulished by the manufacturers'
National League of tho executive com
mittee, of which T. C. Piatt is chairman,
aud which is designed to supply the
missing data of Commissioner Peck's
report, requested businessmen to furnish
statistical Information regarding their
commercial prouroaa under the McKinley
aeof incieaae In wai(e In the nine
mom h. of 182. ending Heplemlair 30,
over the cotreapondiiiK ienod of ISIrO
and IHOI. The replica in thia circular
cover all branchea of trade in New York,
New Jeraey and Connecticut, and ihow
varying Increaae of Itoth waea and
buaineaa in moat inatancea. The figure!
obtained have been tabulated and ar
ranged and handed over to the national
Fire Buran a tk. Atlantic.
tt'KKNaTowM, Oct. 23. Incoming vea
aela report terrific weather. Htrong eaat
erly winda cauaed the Cunard ateamer
A urania to be aeveral houra overdue. The
bark Chieftain, from San Francisco, re-1 ""'" F"''i aupp,,
porta .he encountered a fearful gale Sep- j ,l lttIM,r.' and Wiv 10 iu"
temher2(. She waa washed by huge ! '"red b' ll,e Chinese government, and
seaa unlit he alm.mt foundered. Her;'0 n nt,'re of confidential
Raila weie blown to shreds, the cuveringa
of the hatchea were blown away, and
irortiona of the copper oo the port side
were torn off, the result of which waa an
.l.rmin.. ml .,f lenUi Her W,w.
sprit and deckhousea were also badly
8neak Toii-tdi were About.
Washiniiton, Octol er 23. Several of
the party of Washington guests at the
woild'a fair dedication in Chicago last
week, were auHurera at the hands ol
aueuk thieves or burglars. Manjuig Im
lierinli, secretary of t ie Italian legation,
loet t')5 in cash, a pair of diamond studs,
a peail pin, and the jeweled insignia of
several oidera with which he baa been
decorated . One of the ladies lost a val
uable pocket-book containing .'5 in
money and two or three pieces of dia
Tht Fortnpeie Election!.
Luiion, Oct. 23. The geneial elec
tions were held in Portugal toduv. Four
moiiaichiata and two rcpuhlicana were
tu na so far indicate that the cabinet
'H have a laige majoriiy. Senor Cara-
valho, e niiniater of finance, and Senor
lienhuray. a banker, were elected after a
heated contest. Election riots occurred
in Dientra and other places, and many
persona weie injured. The riots had to
be suppressed by troops.
Ciiajtar th Great Horlhern.
Spoa., Wah , Oct. 24. One of
the most appalling accidents in the
history of Washington railroads in curred
thia morning at tha noiut where the
Great Northern raiiroid rrosses the
Wenatchee river the ru'cond time. The
bridge over that stream collapsed w hile
a construction trsin was crossing.
Seven men were killed outright, five
fatally injured, and six others were so
seriously hurt that some of them may
Many Priiontrt Escaped.
Sherman, Tex , Oct. 23. The sixty
federal prisoners in Grayson county are
almost in revolt. Two made their es
cape today, nsing a rope of blankets to
descend from the upper storv. One,
Tom Moore, is a murderer., and the
other, McGill. was condemned for a
lesser offense. This makes three de
liveries within a week and eleven fugi
tives at large. Moore was captured
Dimagfd by Front.
San Astonio, Tex., Oct . 22. Advices
were received here today from Zauatecas,
Mexico, saying that a killing frost has
visited that section, and that the new
corn crops are completely destroyed.
The calamity, coming at this time, will
have the effect of increasing the present
suffering, on account of the shortage in
the crops, unless relief is obtained from
Great 8oaroity of Water.
Reading, Pa., Oct. 23. The extent of
inconvenience and suffering caused by
the great scarcity of water at points north
of here can scarcely be imagined, and
it is stated that at some points it is actu
ally necessary to guard the locomotive
tanks to prevent the people from carry
ing off the water. Mountain fires have
broken out several places.
A Loaded Barge Capsiiei.
AsTORtA.Oct. 22. The barge Columbia
sunk at the Union Taoilic wharf at 3
o'clock this morning with 550 tons of
wheat on hoard, ar.d Captain Marshall
Short of the steamer Ocklahotna, and a
deckhand, August John Peterson, were
killed by the accident.
Canadian Appointments Confirmed,
Ottawa, Oct. 22 Today's Canada
Gazette contains the announcement ot
the appointment of Hon. T. M. Paly as
minister of the interior, and Hon. Edgar
Pewdney as lieutenant-governor of Brit
Ciesar's famous "Veni. vidi, vici," I
came, I saw, 1 conquered might be an
appropriate motto for Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla. We charge nothing for the sug
gestion. This great blood-purifier con
quers wherever it comes, and is now ab
solutely without evual in the world.
If von wait to borrow moaaov
apply to C. O. T. Williams.
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Jlilu X iJJJA1 X X UUilU
! China Tulkg Keal HasnJ about
WILL BKTALIATE OS AMEKItAIN.
Will Alae Ly a Hearj Tax en Ameri
can laiporta ae aa te Injure
Pah Fra('iao, Oct. 22. Wah Kee,
the Chinese newspa(er published in thia
city, printed yeaterday what purported
to be a mail anmmarr of newa from
China by the last steamer. Among the
.!..! Li:.l I 1!
' instructions to the Chinese in the L'niied
i , 11 US "-y
j speedily and aa eniphuticatiy as IK
lt'r",in P""nlatioiii at Walt-
t. ....i .i. . .i . . . i...
1 1 " "rn PlMion a.ivantej
is that every Chinaman in thia country
compelled hy the Geary law, to register
within a year, with the alternative of
cuing to jail and being exielled from tlie
United States. Concerning this proposi
tion the article, as translated, reads as
"China has plenly of wealth, plenty of
guns and big ships ol ar of moilern con
struction, and plenty of soldiers. China
is not afraid of the United Slates and
can co)ie with her in war, but China
does not want to fight with the United
States for there are so many other
means of retaliation."
It goes on to state that the people of
the United States were nervous after the
New Orleans affair, when it. was teared
that 1'aly might send war ships to these
shores lo demand satisfaction for the
"daughter ol her citizens, and that the
United Slates Is g.ni to hastily construct
ball leships and guns. China, it says,
has both these, but the United States ia
not ready. If the Chinese registiation
act is ersinieil in China will insist that
Americans resident in China ehall re
gister and wear tags, on a penalty of
imprisonment and expulsion. China
will also imiiose a heavy tax on Ameri
can imports, particularly flour and
Another Bi-Tolatioa Expected.
Panama. OU. 22. Advices from, Ja
maica tell of a grand Cuban revolutionary
parade and festival Oct. 10, when defi
nite constitutional and party flags were
announced and formally adopted by the
Jamaica liranco of the revolutionary
party. Delegate Marti from Cuba said
that soon a stiong revolt would break
out on, both islands There was an
abundance of funds, he said, aud the
court and custom oftii ials could be easily
suborned. Oct. 9 the Spanish consul
was shot in his bedroom, and acccoid-
ing to the latest account was likely to
die. Whether this is a cai-e of attempted
suicide or one of assassination by the
revolutionist is not know n.
In the Caar d'Altne Miaet.
Tacoma, Oct. 22. Paul Schulze, gen
eral land agent of the Northern Pacific
railroad, returned tonight from Idaho.
He says the situation at Wallace is
worse than is generally supposed. The
issue there at the election will be be
tween the law and order element and
the lawless faction that lms been caus
ing disturbances. He says if the former
wins the militia can be safely withdrawn
if not further troubles are likely, and
the development of that section will be
greatly retaided. Business men there
are frightened, and dare not stait im
provements pending the election.
Illinois Safely Republican.
Chicago, 111., Oct. 22. The republi
cans claim that Illinois is perfectly safe
and the democrats nave given up all
hope of capturing the voie' of the state.
The situation has steadily improved for
the republicans the past six week.
Great crowds gathered round Centra!
music hall which was crowded at 7
o'clock by those anxious to hear the
speech of the great financier, John Sher
man. . Many marching clubs were out to
do him honor.
Washington, Oct. 22. Henry H.
Smith, authority on matte's of parlia
mentary law, has made an examina
tion of the laws atui proceedings of con
gress relating to the question of eligi
bility to congress of retired army odiceiSi,
and ns a result concludes that General
Sickles, while on the retired list of the
army, is ineligible to election to con
gress. Floods and Storms to Sardinia.
Caglaire, Oct. 22. Further advices
received from various parts of Sardinia
of the damage and loss of life show that
the late storm and flood? were more dis
astrous than any which ever before oc
curred on the island. It is believed that
when telegraphic communication is re- ' t
stored the loss of life will be found to be I
heavy. Many houses were swept away
and the inhabitants doubtless drownedv