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Vol,. 27. NO. 1.
OREGON CITY, OUEGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMIJEJi 4, 1892.
Curlier Kllit and Main etrcdta, Oregon t'llr,
ItKAI. KHTATK TOHKI.I. AM)
MONKY TO I.OAN.
t. a. MhX'iRKMiM'Mii. t. r. (II W IDII,
ltiKKt.NHUomill k CoWINtl,
AITdKNKY AT LAW,
All (' tdiit l H Land llllli'd a..lalt)f.
limrs Klnllla Kail'l I I, I' K land Mm
l ti 1 1, 1 1 1 V .
OHKUO.1 CITY. f M
J I,, poUTfclt,
ATrniiSKY AT LAW
Urtlim I ibmr. abiivK poatiirnce, Oregon City
f (I. T, WILLIAM.
IttiAl. rsiATr. AMI LOAN A'il'Sr.
A H'1 ", rwldi.ir ami ulmflian
farm fmfrnt lu it; i m li "ii " lerma.
Citrei".'rtlttl'tlie im-molly aii.wrw1. Office,
Hell gm.r li; Cauflpld .V lluiillo) ltug ((
I'til NSI I.O AT LAW
Offi. d over Oregon Cltv hank,
uawioii iiiv. mmiim
JK.C. H HMITM,
PHYSICIAN AM Sl'IKiKOX,
Eagle Crwk, - - Oregon.
(1 II , PC l.ATOl HKiH.,
OH'NSKUKS AT LAW
MAIM rKKT, (IMKIOM CI TX , OHKIInK.
Furtil.h Al'irain of THIe. Loan Money. Foro
nl..o Mortgaifea, aii'l iranaai't deneral
JJ K. CHtisS,
ATTitMNKY AT LAW.
Wli.1. r(Tii I Ai.l ci rra or Till Htarn
Heal but anil Inatiranr.
UKw on Mam lrl. tl Ml ! l1 vnih.
oaum citt. "
1? M. HASH.
NOTAUY PUBLIC, liKAI. KSTATK A
OflW III Ihe I'" HulMlUg.
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(i w. (Teli'K, M. I' .
PHYSICIAN AM St'lHiKi'S.
Iljite l Portland.)
OltUw nlih lr. M Ole.y, Aurora.. Oreg m
11' It. Ht'HllllAHI'T.
CilT ami County Warrant lKiught.
INHI'HANfK ASlT ItKAI. KHTATK.
Olnrw In I'o.li.niiT bnllillui Oreioii (Mty Or
riMio. r, hyan,
KKAt. EKTATK AND IKHl'HANl K.
ChuW Cltv, Kami ami Mulnirliaii property lr
aid. ( I'y acrlpl, iniiMiy warrauta ami wciirl
llvanf all kill. I. li.iiiKllt ami a..il Taira palil
ami hiialmoa nl uvury il..i'rlHlna allcuilnl lu
orncd up ainlra III bullillni tmrlh nt inatnMc.
ATroilNKY AT LAW,
Will praclicn In ill tlie rourta nf th alale.
OltliT, iM.nwf Main ami KIkIiHi alrouw, uppinile
(i an. c, Hnnwau.1..
A, a HHKKKKII.
I ItoWNKI.I, riKKSKKK
ATTOUNEY8 AT LAW,
Okeiium t'lTV, - OmeuoN.
Will iiractlw In all llif cotiria nf Ids alnl. 01
nrt, next ilour ui Caiirlclil V lliiulley'a lru
rpilK COMMKHCIAI. HANK,
t)K OltKdON CITY.
TIUNSACTS A (IKNKUA1, UANK1N0 nilalNKHS,
,niia niailo. llllla illanniiiitnit, MnkM i'"t
Ircllima. Iluya Hint ni'lla I'Xi'liniiKH on nil points
111 th I'liUen Wall's, Kin-ope nttil IIoiik Koiik.
Iiiipoalta recel'Til inihjiii't. lo cluii-k lnti'ri'at nt
iianal rales slloivi'il on time ilcpoalta. Hank
upKii Irom a. M. to 4 r. M, Siitiinliiy ovonlnm
from t to 7 I'. M.
I) C. I.ATill'UKTTK, Preaiilent.
K K IKiNAl.liHON, Cnalilor
J JANK OK OltK(ll!N CITY,
Oldest Banklii- Hanse In the City.
Paid up Capital, IM.OOO.
Vl( K I'ltKHIIlKNT,
M AN AUKIt.
9KII. A. II A KI 1 Nit.
K, II CAIIPIKI.II
CIIAUI.KS II. CAliriKI.II.
A uimeraHianklna l)nluia transsnteil,
liepiwlts rooi'lvcil aulijoot lo nlieek.
Approved bllla nml imtus (llanouiiied.
Coiintj sml olty wiirriiiiia boiiKlil.
l,onna nviile on avnlliilili aunurily.
KxehsiiKe lioiiKht nint sold.
Collraillonr madii promptly.
Drafts sold .ivallaiile In any part nf the world.
Tiilonraplilo nxiiliaiiKO" sold on l'orllnljd, Bail
Franolami, 'lliloaK.i anil Now York.
TntiiruNt. pal I on tlmo iloooalla.
Villi AfOiits of TI1K LONDON CHKQUK BANK.
IS. K. WILLIAMS,
FRUIT & VEGETABLES,
RED SEAL FLOUR,
Hay, Oats and Mill Feed.
A Solicitor Sent to Your House Every
Morning if Desired.
(JOOHS DKLIVKUEI) IMiOMI'TLY.
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE.
DR. L. M. ANDREWS, Prop.
A Full Lino of Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
Patent Medicines of all Makes. Notions. Optical Coods
Full Slock Of Machine Oili, Best and Cheapen!. ( ,
Fino KL'lcctiuu of lVrfuint'i-y ami Toik-t Stapn. And It-a5-
in lnnnln of (.'iarn.
ii( ix to riiti.fi 1,1. v i'ii.i.i:i.
Shlvely'a Illiick. tifum Hiy. r.
furlland. Orcau. A. P.
KiUblUhi U IWA.
A ll, t'r1,'1 actMiol. fiorbl7 knuwa Unuuikoat lh Pirlnc SorthwtW. !
DtrAIITMIMTtt Mualnaaa, thonh.nd,
(io all (h. frmt ; lw nM-alloiia, no Urm brBlimllia.
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
Carry the Largest Stink of .-
Sash, Ioars, Blinds, Mouldings,' Etc.
In Oregon City.
Special nizoH of Doom ami WiiulnwH ttituk' to (ir.lcr. Tuniinp of all kind
Estimates for Stair Work and Store Fronts
FurnihliPil on application. ltitililiTH, pive vm a call, and fee if our work
in not of tlui Iiest, nml our prices Its low an th( lotvent, I'rice I-int cenl
Factory, Cor. Main and
a. w. schwaiv,
STOVES, TIN & HOLLOW WARE.
All Kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Work
PLUMBING AND GENERAL JOBBING TO ORDER.
Khop on Nrrrtrila fat., nrnr lciol, r gM Hj . Itrmirh nl Of.eK
The CANBY MERCHANT,
Sella all good ut a living price. Flour and kcroncne not given
ttway in otvler to catch your trade and then even up on
higher price on other giKuls.
Jfono Kut First Class Goods Carried.
Trices ti low as can ho hud in tho county. Time, given to
Orders filled for rough or dressed lumber, all first class, nt bed rock
prices, retail or carload lots.
J. JONES & SON,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Stores and lie pairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
ikici:n thi: i.hi;kt,
f arShop comer Fourth and Water streets, back of l'ope A Oo's, Oregon City
Rupture, Asthma and Piles.
DR'S SHIMP& HOUSER,
Specialists in the treatment of all forms of Chronic, Catarrhal, Nervous
and Fomalo Diseases.
Twenty (20) Years' Experience in Medicine, Surgery and
Electricity. All curable eases guaranteed. Ollieo, 259 Commercial
Street, Soloui, Oregon. jflJCorrespondeneo solicited.
Tynaorlllna, rinmanahlo, tnlln.
HluJeiila idiunted al lai Uin. (Hakniul fnt.
1 1 th Sts., Oregon City.
TO HER LAST ItRST.fer
Sail Hlghis for
IlllllKli AT (KOWM CE.MKTEKY.
I liounanili of r'r' ( tlif Decraaetl
1'uy Their i'iecla tn
Wriiinutok, Oct. -7. Funeral aer
vicei over the remain of Mm. ilarrinou
occurred in the Kant room of tlie While
HoiiMi thin morning at 10 o'cUx k in tlie
piciwnce of I tie family, immediate frienda
and many notable in-raoim. Iteva. Ham
lin and i'.artlett ollU iated. The aorvice
laKted three-iuartera of an hour. They
wetu very dimple, but beautiful ar.d im
iireaiiive. The caket was fX in the
i middle of the eont room and chain
l mimed aliout it in a aemi circle. Seiita
I were rewrved near the canket for nieiu
I beta of the family, ini'inlicm of the calii
'jietand members of the aupreme court.
'; Amoiit! the eaily arrivalu weie ex-Secretary
ItUine, wile ami duiiKhter, and Mr,
ami Mrs. Wiiilclaw Held. The iiietn
1 beia of the diplomatic cor were bIho
I early in Iheir aeala.
! iMiiAMAroi.ia, Oct. 28. The funeral
; train beuruiK the reiiiuino of Mm. Ilarri-
fn arrived here thia iiiorninu at H :'M
j All along the rout, after dayiiht, at all
jtheattlioni the xwple gathered to awe
! the train go by. Tiiey seemed actimted
j not ao uiuch by curioity as by a deirc
j to temify their nyiiipatliy with the pres
ident in hia aurruw, and neurly all Mood
I Willi bowed, uncovered heada aa the
I train pawed. The aame waa true, on'y
j in a greater degree, on the arrival here,
the (leceam-U and her dia' in-
guiHht-d husband are ao well knonn.
A maaii of ieople gattwred atiout the !
I lion w lien the train came to a atop, and
I alt mood reverently with bowed head
' as the solemn cortege emerged from tlie of those who die from ammonia poi
' station and took their places in waiting j soning reveal a dark hue on the mucou.
j When the cortege arrived at thei hurch
a throng of people tilled Ihe sidewalks!
fund adji cut si recta, and stood resct -
lullv silent while the cotlin aa carried
up the aisle and deposited in front of the
chancel. The organ played softlv. Then
the choir sang "Lead Kindly Light."
lr Haines otfered a short invocation
and read a selection from the ccruture.
The funeral sermon, horn the text,
" Wherefore comfort ye one another with
these words," was then pleached by Ir.
Soon after the train arrived, at the re
quest of the president, Ihe casket waa
opened and tlie Bad ceremony of taking a
last look at the face of the dead fol
lowed. The features were calm and
peaceful aa in sleep.
riEE AT MILWAUKEE.
The Flni Sifted wits Ungovernable Tory
for Bit Boari.
Mii-waclkk, Wis., Oct. 28. The fire
which started at 5:30 this evening in the
Union Oil company's store east of
Wafer street, now threatens to destroy
the entire wholesale business section of
Milwaukee, east ot the river below
Huron street. A furious gale ia blowing
and driving the flumes before it within
startling rapidity. At II p. m. the fire
has lapped up everything in the territory
bounded on the west by the north
branch of the Milwaukee river, on the
east of Lake street and on the south by
the harbor branch of the river, twenty
two solid blocks, tive of which were oc
cupied by wholesale houses, factories,
disiillerie8, etc., and the rest by fine res
idences. This docs not include the vast
yards of the Chicago A Northwestern
railroad, which covers many acres.
Hundreds of cars have been burned.
There is no telling at this hour what the
extent of the tire will be. The gas
works are burned and not a gas light is
burning in tlie city, and some portions
of the city where there are no electric
lights is in total darkness. Half a
dozen men have been taken to the
emergency hospital all seriously in
jured by falling walla.
Insurance men estimate that the en
tire loss will aggregate $7,000,000. At
11 :45 Chief Foley announced the fire
was practically under control.
Heavy Armor Plate.
Hkthlkhkm, I'll., Oct. 29. The heavi
est armor plate ever made is now in
course of preparation at the Bethlehem
Iron works. The monster ingot which
will be converted into armor plate
weighs eighty-four tons, and when com
pleted will be seventeen inches thick.
This armor is to defend the side of the
battleship Indiana, building at Cramps'
The Wheat Situation.
Nitw Yokk, Oct. 30 The American
Agriculturist prints an elaborate reyi(W
of the wheat situation. It points out
that the exports from India are falling
offund that Kussian wheat is being held
for an advance. The surplus for ex-
I port from Australia and South America
year's heavy yield in the Unild States
" H'lilenwliirig 'l1" "'W :wonii
lor our enortnou rxrrt and inenciive
foreinn markcl at prcucnt. The rflnrn
indiiilea total wheat crop for 8!of
4!H,4:(4,000 biiHh;l. Tlie jmrier claiiim
that the Area of wheat hai trf-cn K'tatly
tiinatd and tlie total crop r(-jxrtd al
from 5 to 15 per cent more than actually
AMUO.MA AMI M'RIDKS
One nfthf Moot Certain Axenfa fort aus
liif Death by Mow I'lilmln?.
(New York Hun.
Of the number of tho:-e aeekina
cide by following tome form of poiaon, ,
probably there are few who have nought ;
to kill thernaelvea by mean of ammonia.
Neverthelww ammonia, altbuugli It j
the active airent in moat of the nalta '
aold to women for their guilt decorated
and perfumed acent bottle, i poi-onoo '
when taken internally in a concentrated j
form. To attest thia there baa been re-j
cently in New York several cae, the
niort recent lieing thai of Herman Hiiro
witz, ol which iH-piity Coroner Jenkine
aid that death took place in a compara
tively short time after the ammonia was
taken. In another caae, that of a child
Dr. Jenkins said dealh resulted In five
minutes after swallowing the ammonia
There are on record alao cases of slow
poiaoning from ammonia administered
with intent to commit murder. Further
more, the api?arance of workmen in gu
ano factories, where ammonia is set free
by grinding guano, has been noted, and
in every case there is an unmistabable
aymptom rf poisoning This is discol
oration of the skin of Ihe face, which
itliiie a blotched, dirty appearand
First to take on thin appearance i the
skinof!he nose and forehead. Auto-
meiiihaane lining the stomach and in-
As an agent for causing death by slow
1 poisoning, ammonia is one of the most
certain and moot diflicuit ol detection,
owing to its volative nature. This qua!
ity has led physii ians to believe that
some of Ihe n.vsteriong deaths that have
taken place in the history of modern and
medufv.il crime are due to ammonia.
It is knewn now that months have
elapsed between the first syi.iptoms of
.immonia ioisoning On the other hand
death has resulted in four minutes from
the time a large draught ot ammonia
has been swallowed It has been found
in cases of giadual absorption of am
monia in the human system that there is
a general elimination of healthy oxida
tion ol the blood and a consequent low
ering of the bodily strength. In the
cases of immediate poisoning death
comes with frightful aironv. as in the
I case of Harwiu. Blood gushed from
his nose and mouth.
Statistics in England put ammonia
thirteenth in frequency in "he list of poi
sons. Alexander Winter Blyth. medi
cal officer of health in the St. Maryle
bone district, London, cites thirty cases
of poisoning by ammonia swallowed for
the purpose of committing suicide, or
administered with the purpose of com
mitting murder, or absokbkd cncoxsci
ously in ooon. Of the suicidal cases six
weie fatal. Of cases of murder wiih am
monia, Pr. Blyth notes two, both of
The Inter-Ooeanio Killrosd.
Mo.ntkkkt, Mex., Oct. 29. The Hon.
Pelfino Srnchez, who is widely known as
the railroad king of Mexico, arrived to
day from an extended visit in Paris and
London. He says he has been success
ful in securing the capital necessary for
the construction of the Intfcr-Oeeanic
road from Pueblo to Acapukt). Work
on the new line is now in progress. ,
Bet for Argument.
Washington, Oct. 31 The United
States supreme court today advanced
and set for argument on the second Mon
day in January the cases of the United
states against the California and Oregon
Land company and the Dalles Military
Road company. These are known as
the wagon road land grant cases. "
HcKinley in Brooklyn.
Brooklyn, Oct. 31. Seven thousand
people cheered for Harrison and Reid,
and listened to Governor McKinley, of
Ohio, speak of campaign issues, in Cler
mont avenue rink, tonight. The meeting
was the most enthusiastic republican
rally ever held in King county.
Charleston, S. C, Oct. 81. Gala
week, us a memorial of the gratitude of
this city for assistance of the nation in
time of its distress, opened this morning
with the ringing of bells. All the ship
ping in port was handsomely decorated
with the national colors.
Montkkky, Mex., Oct. 20. In the fed
eral court today Judge Raul appointed J.
A. Robertson receiver of the Monterey,
and Mexico it Gulf railway, with full
power to control and operate its lines,
and direct the handling of all prouerty.
Terrible PextrueHoii to a Town
THE It Kit ELS ARE ASSIMILATED,
tkan ilOD Soldlera S iln A,
Trainman Killed Other
Ki, Fahco, Texan, Oct. 27. New liaa
jiwt readied here of the total deatruction
of the town of Temochic, in Weatern
Chihuahua, Mexico, inhabited by a
oeotde who are nearly pure Aztec.
Mexican troops were Bent out theretwice
to compel tiubii isi-ion of the religion
fanatic to the authontiea, but each
time Ihe troopa weie deleated. The
third t;me a lancer force waa sent out,
foini.anii ny a uauery o.
!" The remit of the battle wa the
annihilation of the rebel, and ll.e
ki'nf f ni. re than 3fl0 Mexican wldiera
The aoldicrs left ( hil.uahua two we. kg
ago ai'd for-ned a junction with other
from l'inos Altos and Guerrero to the
number of 1,200. Monday an attack
as made on all sides. TheTeinwhiar
with their families took refuge in
church, awaiiing the attack. It waa
made on all sides and Ihe slaughter wan
terrible. Hand-to-band hglnstook place.
The soldiers completed the massacre
with 3tiS of Iheir number killed audi
many wounded. The vi'lage ihe next
day preeenied an awful view, ilia
streets leading lo the church were filled
with bodies, and blood seemed to flow
in torrents. Not a man of the Teniwhi
ans was left, except those who happened
to tie out in the mountains, but the
government has paid dearly for ita
Manufacturing Induitriei ii Portland.
Washington. Oct 10. The census of
fice 'oday made pntilic bulletins giving
itatisth a oi muiiufai turing imlustiies in
Portland, O eg.m. In 'SO the data te
la1 ing to mai ufiictming industries, this
ci was included in the totals for Mult
nomah county, and Mherefoie no rom
rrative Matcmeul ,i is po:lde. iTha
figures for '90 are: number of establish
ments reported .504 ; industries 88; capi
tal invested. $18,808,028; hands emploved
240; wages, 17,176,733 ; cost of materi
als nsed. t12.427.071 ; value of product
(24,429,449 The figures for Multnonish
county are : etabMimenl., 102; capital,
(1,958,025; hands employed, 1,148;
wages, (700,878; materials, l,6ti7,246,
Idaho'i Purvey Faculty.
Boisk, Nov . 1 The original surveys ol
Idaho, it is being discovered, were
extremely faulty. She official engineers,
who are engaged in resurveying the line
between Washington and Idaho counties,
have discovered that about half the
famous Salmon MeadoT country, set
tlers which have been paying taxes into
Washington county, is really a part ol
Idaho county. It has also tieen dis
covered that between Washington and
Boise counties there lies a valnable Bttip
of land which, according to the estab
lished boundaries, belongs to neither
county. The people living on the strip
cannot be assessed, and w ill of course
refuse to make payment of taxes,
A Trainman Killed.
Xewi-obt, Or., Oct. 31 Charles
Laughlin a trainman on the government
works, was killed instantly about noon
today. He was putting a rope on the
engine and train to pull the latter in on
a aide track when the rope caught on a
tie and threw him off the car under a
wheel. The wheels did not pass over
him, but pushed him ahead of them on
the track, crushing his breast. Peath
must have been instantaneous He
leaves a wife, whom be married five
months ago. His people live in Ohio.
Preparing fer Irrigation.
Boiss City, Idaho, Oct. 31. Prof. A.
II. Thompson, chief of the western divi
sion of geoligical survey, arrived yester
day, Plans have been perfected for
making a detailed topographical mnp of
Snake river valley on 25-foot contours
lroni the American falls westward, show
ing just what lands can be irrigated from
the river. W. T. Griswold has been in
charge of thewoik in Idaho, Oregon, and
Washington E. T. Perkins will be
chief of the Idaho corps.
CoixMiics, Ohio, Oct. 31 A call ti
been issued by the chairman of the ex
ecutive committee requesting delegates
to the national Nicaragua canal conven
tion held in St. Louis June 2d, to reas
semble at New Orleans, November 30,
1802, to further consider the question of
the immediate construction of the canal.
Commercial bodies are to send one dele
gate for each one hundred members.
Tho President Again at work,
Washington, Oct 31. The president
resumed his official duties today. He
devoted most nf the forenoon to routine
matters which have accumulated during
the past few weeks.