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VOL 27. NO.fi.
OHKOON CITY, OKEUON, FRIDAY, DKCKMIJKK 2, 1802.
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P C II SMITH.
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CUCNSVLOllS AT LAW
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flirill.ll Allrnrl oll'tO. 1-imii Miin.r, r.ri
Murlf . auA Irau.acl lniiefl
K I HUSH,
ATTOUNKY AT LAW.
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NOTARY Pl'UUC, UKAl. KSTATK A
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I'MYSlrlAX AND SI IHiKi'N.
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I.IIANH NKOOTI ATKIl.
City nml County Warrants Imuglit.
INMI'HANCG AKIl ItKAl. K.Hl'ATK.
omra In I'tntultlev ullilnn li-n flty r.
rpiius. r. it tax,
Itr.At. KHTA1I ANI INHCHANt K.
ehlf flly. rria u4 aulmrlwii priijienr "r
la. liyrrlil.r"r warrant, and awarl
llnanlallkliM. Iniki and "ll Tawapanl
and lualuMiil vm)r dvaerlplliin atleuevd to
(Illlor up ulluli.llllu(UiiD ill piiMiaVra
' ATTOkNKY AT I.AW,
Will oraotlp In all i eourta nl th iatfi.
omoo, o.wiir Main au.l hlhik atrfcia.
roil it hniuo
a an. , aanwakix. t-
ATroKNKYS AT I.AW,
OltltUnK t'lTV, (IkKuoa.
Will l.rnrllcti 111 all llieentirta ot Oil" lau. Ol
rlw, next door ti CauMi'ld 4 llunlley'a drill
rpllK COMMKHI'lAl. HANK,
or uitr.uiipi 11 1 1
TkAHl'T A (IKNKHA1, IIAaklNll limNKa.
Uiana ma.lo. llllla .llteotiiite.l. Make, enl
lertliiu.. Iluya ami !! tui'lianao all puliila
hi ilu I'lilli'il Slali'n, Kiirnpa anil ItonK Knna.
Iii'poilti reeel-eil miliji'i t to el k hilereal at
n.unl ralra allewvil on lllno deiawlla. Hank
iipen Irom A. M. to i r. u. Saturday evening,
from b Ui 7 r. a.
U C. l.ATOl'llKITK, rrraiilenl.
K K miNAI.lmoN, Chler
ANK Or" OIIKIHIN CITY,
Oldest Bnklii Haase li tie City.
I'ald up Capital, r0,000.
OKO. A. II A HI. 1 Ml.
r. ii CArriai.n
CIIAkl.K. H. I'AUrtKUI.
A (oneral liankliui liualnea. trnnanrteil.
Depo.ll. reeelvi'ii .iilijunl to eheek.
Approved hill, and noie. (Il.oininted.
(!oiiiit nd city warrant, bought.
1iana'mvle on avallulde aucurlty.
Kxeli.nitr liouKht.nd ."Id
Collimtloiir made promptly.
DrntU .old ..viilliu.le In any Piirt n' ""' ;
TeleKiaphlc elianira .oVfon Hortlanil, bau
Pranelaen, Chloaif.t.nd New York.
rmetiml JrnhUiwts $ Builders.
Will prepare plnn.j uliivat Ion., workliiK de
tail., and pi!dtlellon lor all kind, nl huild
Ina Hneelal atumlkin alvaii Id mo. rru out
ale.. Ctlnmle. lurnLfuid m P; II "u
E. E- WILLIAMS,
Aro jirolially iululU'ru('l inoro than any -otlior
iicocHsity h11 in a tnx-cry ntor, ami it h Ktrango
Inat ho nmny jkmijiKj lo not (juoKton the purity
of the ii tlioy w ish to jmrcliusti Imt aro Hatin
if it is clicap. You can buy a quarter
pound lox of ground cinnamon, cIovi-h, cayenne,
ele,, for 10 cent a, when it ia a fact that 10 ceiuH
will not cover the wholesale oohtofa STRICTLY
l'UKK artulo. If you th'Hiro npieefH that are ah
Kolutely free from a hi He rat ion ask for the RED
SEAL. Every hox guaranteed. My name in
on pyry pa kai!e.
f THE GROCER.
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE,
DR. L. M ANDREWS, Prop.
A Full Line of Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
Patont Medicines of all Makos, Notions, Optical Goods
Fun Stock Of Machw Oilt, Best and Cheapen. j
Fine weWtioii of Perfumery and Toilet Soaps. And Lead
ing Rrindx of Cigars.
mi'.m mr i ion 4'4iii:i i i.i.t i
Khivclv'a Murk, ...... (retrn City, Or.
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
Carry tlie I.ftri-st Stin k f
Sash, Hoars, Minds, Mouldings, Etc.
lit Oregon City-
SMciaJ sijiei of Ooora nml Wiiulowa
Estimates for Stair Work and Store Fronts
Furnirilifil on nlii'ntion. Htiilili'ra, give tin a call, and "e if our work
it not of tUo beat, and our iruvH an low an lli lowent. Trie Lint wnt
Factory, Cor. Main and 1 1th Sta., Oregon City.
A. XrV. SCIIWA1V,
STOVES, TIN & HOLLOW WARE.
All Kinds of Tin, Sheet iron and Copper Work
PLUMBING AND GENERAL JOBBING TO ORDER.
Nhop Mrvrnth Ht.. near ir t.
The CANBY MERCHANT,
Si'Uh all gotidn at a living price. Flour and kerosene not given
away in order to caU'h your trade and then even up on
higher priced tin other goods.
None But First Class Goods Carried.
I'rieeH a low as enn bo had in the county. Time, given to
Orders filled for rougli or dressed luniler, nil 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.
i'iti i.N Tin: i.owi:nt.
jS7Shop corner Fourth and Water atreets, hack of Tope A Co's, Oretron City
MILIvARD J. LICE,
A COMl'LKTli LINK OF
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubbery, Etc.,
WHOLESALE .A. IN" ID RETAIL.
Rupture, Asthma and Piles.
Specialists in tho treatment of all forma of Chronic, Catarrhal, Nervous
and Female) Diseases.
Twenty (20) Years' Experience in Medicine, Surgery and
Electricity. All curable eases guaranteed. Oiliee, 259 Commercial
Street, Suloin, Oregon, f MTCorrespondenee solicited. .
nimlo toorWr. Turning of all khule
Oregon 4'ltj . Ilrnnrh al weiro.
IlLALXE ILL AGAIN.
Much liitcrcsl Taken hi HUCon
dit Ion Flection Mullein.
KOAII AuKMs XUKIS AT WORK.
Omroii' 1k irtttloti at Work hi
Waahliiglon- llilglitly Hlutlillird
Wahiiikotun, Nov. 'Hi liluine'a core
ditin eoutinuea t e.xrMe uoaaip, nol-
j wItliHtaiiiliiiu the punitive atttemcnt of
the family and the attending hniciana
I that nolhinit aerioua ia the matter with
him. An noon aa Blame able he will'
leave Waahinifton and take up hi. reai- j
derne for a time in aome warmer and
more even climate. The weather here !
irritatinit hi. bronchial trouble, and '
jdocUii lindn more difficult in n-l-i
Ihe doctor lindn more diilicultv in enV-t-
inn a cure, liluine'a present condition ia
thai, in view of com lir-uioiia w liich may
arixe at any time, he deeum it bent to
k a Climate (hat w ill do for hi,., what !
medical .kill doe. not appear to do here.
It la underHtooil thai i'aiwdima, t'.l.,
ha. U-en aeltx'ted aa the mot auilahle
place for aivaideiice and that Klaine and
family will x there early next month.
A tcd Agtil la TULa,k.
TiUAMiHik, Or., Nov. 'ih. Laal hator
day, Ka the Tillamook and North Vain-
InllaiaKe waa coming thia way, there '
waa an attempt to rob the ataiw, but it ,
waaloill bv the driver. The
only one tiaaaenteer, Mr. II. K. Kelann, ,e,,er' ,m" of ,l,e m"t n0'0"01"
of Nehalem. and lie discovered ,he '.nit. of thieve, that haa ever operated
would.! hiuhwavman dodinit and ,l,e I'"ci,lc Xf"1'1""
crr.uchi.mbi.hind Int. Mr. Nelson 1 for year, they lure terrorize I Et
waa not armed, m he remained in t,.e rn 0r,'""n H"'1 Waahingtoii. The gang
vehicle while the driver ventured cau-1 ""Wr l,""t 25 " connoted by
Mily ahead on f.wt piatol in hand. At 1,1 ""'n'P.
a abarp turn in the rol he diacovere l ye,rH 81", '""uted to the state from
" i .... i. iii! i
ia man croniliiiu? behinJ a tree and
! armed with a Wimheater rifle. Mr(V.v, I
! II driver, had l he d-op on the raa,al,
I and demanded to know what 1 meant
j by acting ao .uapicioualv. The itianicer I
! l.eKl,ed off, but waa go confute J that he
jeoidd offer no aatWactory aa-ount of hia I
! iculiar acUon.. He waa allowed to no.
Careful inquiry failed to identify thfl !
! . .
man in anyway, ana no audi iu-
1 dividual had been aeen on the road at
any time before hia encounter with the
4Ukre nor haa he been aeen since,
Hortrmu PoiSo Bakb.ry.
Tacoua, Nov. M. Aa throtiKh passen
ger train on the Northern 1'acific pulled
out of Hut Spring, a siiihII atutiori 63
mile east of Tacoma, last night, it w.is
jtHmrded by three masked men, wio ,
wore long ihirk overcoata and slouch
hats, and their face, weru covered bv
Two were armed with Winchester
rillee of ao-calilier, and one carried an
old-fashioned rim-lire Colt pistol, using
Tiiey rifled a pullman sleeper, and
robbed the conductor and paaaenra.
Their bootv footed up $10to in money,
beaideasix gold watches and consider
able jewelry. The ladies were not mo
lested, as the Kentlemanly highwaymen
were oi too gallant a ulapoaition, and
the portr waa allowed to keep hia dia
monds and money undisturbed.
The three robliera are described as
young men apparently about 25 to 30
years old, rather ahabbily dressed. It
is poaeible the escaped on the east
bound freiuh' train which left Maywood.
the first station west of Hot. Spring,
shortly after the lobbery occurred.
Senator Mitchell has returned to
Washington and is busy in arranging
his congressional work. He is quoted
in a New York paer, which city he re
cently visited, as saying that the most
important measure to be considered by j l" firmament and lust until the bril
congress, either at this or the coining i hint head and all were swallowed up
session, is that ol free silver.
1. P. Thompson, of Portland, minis
ter toJTiukey, la in Washington today
receiving his instructions. He will go
to New York tomorrow and probably
sail for Europe Friday. Nothingdefinite
is known, t ut it is expected he will re
main in otlico until some time next
Iiepiesentutive Hermann is hero and
is picking up loose etuis of congressional
work ready for a three months' siege.
And Yet Again!
Nkw York, Nov. 28. Members of the
New York presbyteiy assembled this af
ternoon for the purpose of trying the
charges of heresy against Professor
Charles A. Briggs. The charges are
eight in number, and touch mostly on
the denial of the verbal inspiration of
the scriptures and the possibility of sal
vation aside from the saving grace of
Killed a Whale.
Astokia, Nov. 20 During the recent
fierce storm a monster came ashore at
frik Creek and was (list seen by R. C.
l' Asthury and Herbert Logan, who
were returning from a duck hunt.
While riding nlong the beach thoy ob
served wha seemed to be an upturned
chooncr. ovor wliicli tlm wve iM-flincd
to le lirKHkinx incrrilciwly, On nrr
ilircli llicy foiiful it Uj b an enor
mous wIihIk, TIi iiioiibUt wmtHtrmnlwl
on llie IiihkIh ii k mtnJbank and at
tlirenhiiiK around in about h'ix feet of
witur in a vuin enli'vor to reaoh the
otf.n Tlie IxiV" iltlrminel, if Hwi
lile, to kill il, and l,o;an (irij mx nl
out of ! ih revolver into its head. Th
wtialn nail liiii triMimndoiin
vicioualy. Mffmliil A'thury had put
out tlm in'MiHtur'a eyi-n with lna Hliooting.
Tli Mood wan now n)iiriiij out of the
wounda, and the water, dyed deep criui
aon, wax luitlmd into a bliwly foam by
the dt-nperatti atriUKlet of the great
mammal to reach it native element
W,,en ll,e " ' r'!''!'1,"1
Mow il" to ",;t com to Ul ll"'v
I"T""1 t with a eotiple of crowbar.,
n,i 3i S"lit1' ,lrovfi a "''""'K kn.fe
,",r'1 into tl,e "'n8tr' 8: le ,ie
"t ' in t,m U"r- A(tr tlirB
hour, vain atrule to reach the aea
aiin, the IniKf leviathan, with a trernen
dona convtilaion and a lon wail, ex-
I,irwl- T,1B ' " ' '""K ""!
TH B03i.II BASI K0BBEH8.
Cught la Gilliam Coiialy Balonf to An Or
gaaii.d anil Duperata Qaag.
I'oaTLAND, No 20 Cal Hale, Tom
Keiuie and Georije Zii'key, tt-cn whoiie
namea have .truck terror to tlie hearta
ol f,tM of uil,i'n c,unly ,or
',itr,, re ,n M, um,cl,e' 01 uie ,aw"
The men are deiperata character., and
T"elr ren Ulv,M w m 11,8 'nounU.n.
0,llUm 00im,-v' w,lerB ,,,lV8
"inber ' ranchea and aevaral hundred
Uli of ca,lle n 1 U,'r' m ' of wl,i, n
lnev ,MVe uAn in 11,6 r "unerou.
r8'l,- TUmr ,re"'l' i uch
t,ut ,,,e U"-,,i',,,, c"u,,ls"( ,i'"',n
county have been awerleea to do any-
I lunu Inw ...I ri.l. It r... I Iia .ii.tt ro tf rim...
.Herm- oi me mii nuve Dien ar
reited at different time, but always es
cape 1 conviction aa autlicieut evideme
could not lie procured.
THK BANK ROBHKKY .
On the afternoon of Septemlier 23 last
Bre.' uiaxked men nxld op to the
bank of Abrams, Snipes & Company, at
Roelyn, Waah , disinoitnled. and, leav-
im? "lle nu in ci,rKft of ,hei hoP9e()
entered the bank. Cchier Abernethy
was confront I by one of the men and a
revolver pointed at his head. Dr. Lyons,
who waa in the bank at the time, was
also covered. The robbers went to the
vault and took about (12,000 in coin and
currency, which they placed in canvas
bag, and remounting, rode away.
Since then the pursuit has been con
stant but without success until Marshal
McGrath of Ellensburgh and Sheriff
Willcox of Gilliam county secured them
The Heaven 8hone.
New York, Nov. 26 The heavens
were filled with celestial fireworks last
night, and those who kept their eyes and
minds on things earthly missed a beauti
ful and interesting display. All over
the sky bright spots and streaks of light
were darting and streaming. They
catne from all quarters, and darted in
every direction. Some gleamed sud
denly and brilliantly and suddenly went
out like the intermittent flashes from
tropical fireflies in the dark forests.
Others flashed acrcics the sky, leaving
behind them a streak of reddish ljght
that often seemed to extend clear across
They Don't Like It.
Sax FaANCisco, Nov, 24. The Morn
ing Call will say tomorrow that the
white merchants of this city have be
come alarmed at the condition ol Chi
nese finances, and wiil hereafter refuse
ta give credit to Chinese manufacturers
whom they supply with goods. Inter
views with a number of Chinese manu
facturers indicate that business with
them is in a bad way. They have
reduced their forces hugely, and their
workmen, they think, will refuse to
register under the (ieary act, tint will go
back to China with all their savings.
The Call thinks that within the next year
the manufacturers of shoes, cigars and
clothing by Chinese will have almost
ceased to exist in San Francisoo.
Chicago, Nov. 27 The Oreat North
ern is pushing its line to the Pacific
coast as rapidly as possible. F. I.
Whitney, general passenger agent of the
road, said todav that the company
expected to be ready to commence run
ning trains through to Seattle by the
last of November.
Will Have to Try Again.
Burns, Nov. 20 Last June the peo
ple of Harney and Grant counties elected
a republican to represent them in the
Oregon h.ti'ature. He, owing to aoma
change in hi. affaira, li fit to re.i(n,
so hit place had to be filled by the elec
tion of a representative or. the 8th in.t.
The remit waa .opposed to be in favor
of Byid, democrat, from Harney county.
B it the ollicial count change hia plural
ity in Harney from 48 to .'it) making tb
vote between him and hia opponent,
Gowan, from Grant county, a tie, 39 be
in the lutf-r'a plurality in hia own
county. Ho, afler two election, the
p-op'e of Harney and Grant are atill
without a reprewjnlative.
AM H0 IA I jTbAkTs UT'O w deb.
intension Before the American Chem
To the Eiutok or The Tbibcme: I
have just aeen the report in your issue of
Sept. 3. of the discussion at the Wash
ington meeting of the American Chemi
cal Society, Aug. 18, relative to the use
ol carbonate uf ammonia in baking
This reKirt is incomplete and incor
rect in many particulars, and aa the
paper which precipitated the discussion
was read by me and waa haed upon my
own experiment!,, I desire to make cer
tain corrections in the interest of the
truth and for tl.e benefit of the large
numta-r of your readers to whom the
question is of great moment.
The paier as read before the society
related that ammonia in baking powder
ia retained in the bread by reason of its
allinitv to 'he gluten. The concensus of
opinion as exp-esed during the discus
sion was against the m-e of carbonate of
'ammonia in baking powder witb tie
I only exception of Dr. McMurtie, who is
now an emplove of a baking powder
; company which uses carbonate of aro-
niouia in iia bakii g powder.
I Of the other parties mentioned a
I having taken part in the discussion
; were Profotir lr. Barker, of the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, who is the presi
dent of the society and one of our high
est authorities. In answer to a pleading;
1 by Professor McMurtrie that only small
' quantities of ammonia were used in bal
ing powders, he stated ; "No matter how
small the quantity, I must decline to be
dosed medically without my consent
when taking my meals."
Dr. E. H. Barlley, formerly chem
ist of the Brooklyn Board of Health
and Professor of Chemistry at the Long
Island College, likewise named, did not,
I believe, take active part in the dis
cussion, hut is aheady on record as
strongly opposed to the use of ammo-,
nimn carbonate in baking powders.
Dr. Richardson volunteered only the
question whether the floor used in the
experiments was of good quality, of
which I assured him by stating C.iat it
was the best and the flour used in the
family. Professor Mallet was not present.
Your article is misleading in so far as
it gives the impression that ammonia
disappears on baking. My actual teats
agree with those made bv others, show
ing that ammonia remains in the bread..
My inveatiuations simply assign a new
cause for its retention.
H. Endkjaank, Th. D.
-New York Tribune, Sept 17, 1891.
Note. Dr. Endemann. the writer of
this communication, is well known in
scientific codes, and was for twelve
years chemist ol New York Board ot
The baking powder company above re
ferred to is the Royal Baking Powder
Company of New York and the em
ploye Dr. William McMurtrie, who de
fends that company's use of ammonia,
is their' much advertised government '
authority. There is no such office known
under our government as that of govei n
meat or United States government
Kolb Will Contest.
Montuomeby, Ala., Nov. 28 There
is going to be a bittti fight over the gov
ernorship. Kolb declares he wasclected
by 45,000 majority, but was counted
out. Jones, on the other hand, s.iyg
there is not the least foundation for
Kolb, a charges. There is no law for
contest by state officers in this stale,
and Kolb's chances hang on the pasilge
of a law now before the stale legislative.
Lonoos, Nov. 28. The Dailv Tele
graph announces that the Cynon, tin-
plate works have resumed, after a sus
pension of three months. There Ii s
been a general resumption in the Swan
sea, Morristown and Llanelly districts
resulting from extensive American or
ders. L " '
' Another Whalebaok.
Tacoma, Wash., Noy. 25. A' hew
4000-ton whaleback barge lias ' been
ordered built by the American Stpel
Barge company for tbe Northern Pacific
steamship line between Puget Sound and
China, to be finished May next She is
to make 15 knots per hour when loaded,
and have accommodation for 00 cabiiv