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01!K(ION CITY, OKKUON, KH1DAY, DKCKMIiKU 9, 1802.
"yr t'AKK V JOHNSON,
Curlier KiM atnl
Main .trueta, Orfjutt Cliy,
ItKAl, KSTATK TOHId.l, AM
MUSKY TO LOAN.
nin.-r or ranrttatv n u ,
Oineatwn ilwif nlHiva ..it..nii-o, Ort'ii IMty
I O T WH.MAMH.
HKAI. tHIATr. ANU U)AN AOKNI
I'l.'lily nt mmier Hi loan mi ilm iinl tavtiralil
A (x Htm nt bmltio.., ralliiir anil euliutnati
rrm friirty III trait. li mil im oa.y term..
rtirre.wnel'.re iin.iiil.lly mmwt.rt Oltlca,
Hen Uiwr lu taiilM,! A llmiUey ilrua .turn.
Q II iV,
CuUNSKUUt AT LAW
()fflr or Orf nn t'Hy Malik,
nam. in tit, naani.x
THE WINTER TERM OF THE
Pacific University and Tualatin Academy,
WILL BECIN TUESDAY. JANUARY 3, 1803.
For cataloguer) niitl full information address,
Tiiomah Mi-Clkm.aM), Pres., Fyri'ft Grove, Or.
yt v. UMITII,
Fagle Creek, - Oregon.
(1 l A D C UTot'Mtna.,
nifNSKUHtrt AT UW
main raT. oeuo cltr, iihuuoH.
E. E.WILLIHMS, f
Aro jirolmlily adulterated more than any other
necesnity Hold in a grocery store, and it is utranjju
tnat ho many ieojlo do not ijucnton tlio jmrity
of tin spice they wish to jitrelum) hut are nuti
lied if it in cheap. You can buy a quarter
jMnuid ltux of ground cinnamon, cloven, cayenne
etc., fur 10 cents, when it in a fact that 10 cents
will not cover the wholesale cost of a STRICTLY
l'UHE article. If you desire sj.iceH that are ah
Hulutily free from adulteration ask fur the RED
SEAL. Lvcrv box cuaranteed. My name is
on every package.
Ainci'lcHii Plan Proposal
generally 1 mitt.-! . The secretary in
vile the attention to (lie necessary
appropriation for arming and equipping
ttiiit reserve force. An appropriation
o( at least $1,000,000 for thin purpose is
THE INTKWOM DEPARTMENT.
Wahiiikotox. Dec. A. The annual
report ol Secretary Noble to the presi
dent covert fully nd in detail the opera
tion of thi great department. The
volume of work accomplished during the
present sdminisliation in shown to
greatly exceed that of any like preceding
ueriod. The k-eneral land office ha
worked oil the vast accumulation of
former yearn, and in now on current
business, greatly to the advantage of
Western settler. The Indian bureau
ha made great progress in elevating the
various Indian tribe in the woik of
tli.tmi.iil of lamia nn severalty to in-
Stales. well a to thorn ol otJ.er i divj(luu, ldi.n,, ie consequent disin
ti.ma, to secure under an international ,;,. i ,i,;, ,rihl rPlii,.n. and
TIIK ('OSI'EREH-K SOT A SKTKSS.
Iteaume of the Hoi k d the Conference
and the plana illcuwil and tin
In explaining the poult ion of hiuiaelf
and hi col lean Ufa at the opening of the
confluence, Henutor Alliaon naiil, while
i they came reprttaeiitiiiK the government
of the United KUtea and favoring a bime
tallic plan, they were willing todincuitk
any plan calculated to promote an in
crane iu the value of ailver bullion. He
aid it wan i, the in'eieat of the I'niled
t'onwlonatieaii to the laat. He knew tl.it
be wan about to die, and juxt ttefore the
end he aid he wiahed to have all the fam
ily pre aent, and appeared nntitilied to find
them all there. He pafaed away quietly.
Dr. Munn ay he became peet.hle
through weaknean jimt before death.
He recognised the member ol bia
family by nwbling hi head. Oould will
be hurried in Woodland cemeteiy benide
agreement a etahle Ktandard ol coinage.
The lliiliah .delegalo adhered to the
American resolution, which w a really
the baala on which the conlerence met.
the development of acliooln. Great
reform ha been accomplilit in the
purchase of Indain supplies. A very
rurnlih Allrrta ul Till. iMtm Moiinr. f'f
cIm Mrt(f. ami irauMOl Oaurral
ATToUNKY AT LAW.
Atu. faitTna m A14. em t or tm atata
KmI Kalala saat tnturanra.
Offlc on Mala iitt. amtta ! nih.
uaauiiN my. ea
M K AM,
ITIU.ir, It K A L KSTATK A
(lWM the rm HnlMlna,
K raoa tltjr. tiiri'M.
(1 w. CI'HU Ii. M. l.,
J'HYSK IAS ANt St ItiiK.uV. ,
(UK ol Puritan.! )
Orhraallh lr.H.uar. Aurora. Otrfon
ii. iit KiiiiAKiir,
I.( 1ANH NICOOTI ATICI.
City niul County Wnrriuit Imtight.
INHt IIAM K AsiTllKAl. KHTATK.
Oltles III l-oalotltif) tnillitint CHy Or.
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE:
DR. L. M. ANDREWS, Prop.
A Full Line of Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
Patent Medicines of all Makes. Notions. Optical Goods
Full Stock Of Machirta Oil. Beat and Cheapest.
Fine selection of Perfumery and Toilet Soaps. And Lead
ing It rands of Cigars.
rnr. hi i'i . w ' 1 111:11 i.i. v i-ii.i.r.i
Shlvelv' Hhrk, - Oregon City, Or.
The French delegation thought the pro- . ml , ,iere y ,,e Cherokee
..... - '-a" pe-I nation itori(jlU
cuu.tr inn wisnmi 10 ay, However, lor
the French delegutloii, that they had
come w ill, an earnest desire to consider 1
MIOH. r. KVAN,
KKAI. KSTATK ANU INHI KANrK.
rhnlra rllf . farm and Hitlmrhan propf rty for
ala. tlivaerlpl.w.iimy wartania and awurl
lle.nl all kind" IbhhI.1 and sold Taie. paid
and Iniaiuraa ol ovary d..a.'ilitlou atwndnl 10
Ollli up .talraltllmlldllH norlhol pnaloflle.
I R II A YK,
' ATTOUNKY AT LAW,
Will pradllc la H Ih eimrla nt th lal.
Orftoa, rorner Uatn and Highlit ir, ovpo.ua
'. anwNKi.t. a
IHOWNKU. A miKKHKIl
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practice III all the eimrla ol the lat. Ol
flee, next l'Kr I" I'stirlel.l A lluntley'a arm
milK COMMKHCIAL BANK,
OK OKKOON CITY.
TNCTS 4 tlMlAI. SANKINO III'INK.
iMina made, llllla dlcimnted. Makta enl
leellnna. iuyandelliiei'liHiuieoii all point"
t ,1.,. iiteri Slates, Kurope and lion h"HK
Dep.iallii ti'iel' ei. ... I .) li. idieek lllleri'l at
n.uat rate, allowed in. lime deimHlts. Hank
open (runt II a. M. In 4 r. M. Haturility ovPtitnga
Iriuil 5 to 7 I' M.
C. LATOl'HK'n'K, President. d
F K liONAI.IMON, ("""111"
J JANK Of OHKdl.'N et'l'Y,
Oldest MWu Haose In Hie CtiF.
Paid up Capital, t.'O.OOO.
VII K I'BKHIUKKT,
H A N All KS.
(1KII. A. II A III. I NU,
CIIAal.KS II. CAI)K1K1.I.
A noneral hnnklu lnilne" trnnaaeteil.
Depoalla reeelveil Kiihjeet In cheek.
Approved nllla and miles discounted.
)minl and ally warrant lioiialit.
IxMiis'mvlfl on avalliihle seourlty.
Kxehai.gr hnimlit and anld. 1
. Oolleetlonr made pnililplly.
prnllsaold tvallanle In any part nt the world.
Tnletiraphle exeliaiigea sold on Portland, Shu
Francisco, 'Ihleimn and New Yurk.
Intere.t pal I oil I linn ileiionllH.
Huh Aeniils ol Til K LONDON OHKQtlK I1ANK.
F. K. WIIITK,
W. A. W II 1TB.
Practical drchitefltii $ Builders.
Will prepare plans, elevations, working de
tails, and speelflcatlnns lor all kinds ol huild
limn . Special attention nlven to modern cot
tatres. (estimates lurillshud nn sppllentlou.
Call on oraddrusi WIIITK liltOH.,
Oregon City, Ogo
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
Carry the Largest Sttn k of
, LSasli, Hours, Hlimls, Mouldings, Etc
In Onsgon City.
lo the Cherokee
'outlet for the mn of 8,5ir7.73.12. A
ratification of the agreement by congress
.ill In ettlement aho.lt (. 000.000
most cotdiully every polu-uding to! jj wlllh u ,ertil(J ,nd
rehahiliiau : lv. Th. Auslrun and 1 f)f pnrp0H,, ,nd
Oerman delegate inliinaUd I hev were . . , . .
, , , ... h atrongly urged. The otticial are
iiiHtructed lo sav they should nol assent , , t : .t.. .,...;. r
1 ... Kaloualy engaged in the uppmaaion ol
to any modification of their existing . ,. . ,r .uii; ...
' , the liotior traffic among the Indian.
monetary law. The DuUh, Spanish
and Mexican deligate assented to vote TH rT""nH orrwK-
favorable on the American resolution,! The pension office ha diopoaed of an
while the Uuasian, lulian, Uomanian imniaenae volume of business. In June,
and Ureek delegate declaied that under ; 0ti8 person were on the roll,
their instruction they were not r- j being lt,908 more than at the close of
milled lo vote on the resolution. The ' the last fiscal year. The total amount
eonfcietice ultimalety resolved, In ac-! exnded for pension during the year
cordance with the reotiM.1 of Senator .' waa li:W.i6,lil2 78. and it U estimated
Alliwin, to postpone action on the Amer-, tbai the appropriation fr 1S5:! of 114-t,-icun
tin:ajsala until later, and to con-1 !.rst,ls 0 will leave a deti. ienrv. There
aider the proposal uhutited bv Hoth-1 have been tiled up lo date, October 12,
Agsiott tha Moar Dootriat.
Nbw Yokk, Iec. 4 It i reliably re
ported that the United State govern
ment will interfere with the .beme of
Cub to farm out it custom revenue to
a French syndicate, which has long been
bidding for the privilege. It ha been,
rumored lor some time that the Spanish
government was anxious to lease the
Cuban custom house at a good figure,
but detail of the negotiatiobs, a well
at their progress, were kept a profonnd
secret. It now apian that Secretary
of State Foster has sent a d:plomnic
note to the authorities at Havana, warn
ing them that the United States M
strongly opposed to their plan of farming
out the Cuban custom-house in the man
ner above described.
Special nierri of Door ami Whitlow nia.lt to or-lor
Estimates for Stair Work and Store Fronts
Furiiislie.l on npiilifiilion. lluiMers, give n call, and see if our work
is not of the bent, and our prices as low as tire lowest. Price Lint sent
Factory, Cor. Main and llth Sts., Oregon City.
child, of the British delegation.
Hi proposals are that America con
tinue it purchases of ailver and the ;
European power buy on amount equal jcertifleatea. The total number of certifi
to 5,000,000 a year for five years at catea Issued during the year was 311,
If silver alionlit riso above that nrice , 5841 : the total number ol penston
.... . i
purciias-a are to te itnmcu.ateiy sua
Coiuiuenling on Dm conference, the
Otegonian says: If the Brussels cun-1 of the act of June 27, 1800, many chtim
ferenre shall decide against the Kolh-lanta who could not establish service
Turning of all kindr ! child seme, as now seems probable, it ; origin of disahi:ity have been enabled to
Frost Octiat Ooeaa.
New Orleans, Dec. 2. The Nicaragua
canal convention this morning received
and adopted the report of the committee
on future work. It make each member
of the convention a committee of one to
spread information in regard to the
canal, and each delegate is to make
written report to the power which
appointed him. and be shall organixa
state auxiliary associations; that the
chairman of the convention shall appoint
a committee of five to go to Washington
to push the work there, and with power
to call on whomever the member may
choose to aid them ; and that the execu
tive committee he increased so that
each stale present shall be represented.
Tht Pottofict Deprtnt.
Washington, Dec. 1. The annual re
port of fcecond Assistant Postmaster
Bell for the year ending Juue 30, shows
the total cost of the inland mail service
waa 141,335,372; foreign mail service.
S07.14o. Compared with last year
dropped from the rolls. 20.2'W and the there was an' increase in the star service
average annnal vbte ol each pension on I ol 1215 route, 5S77 miles in length ol
the roll. $132,41. Cnder the provisions route and (llsti.OGl in annual expenditure.
The mail mes-enger service showed an
increase of 204 roules, 5058 mile in
1802, 920.057 claims nnder the act of
June 27,18110, snd there have been
issued thus far of these claim 403,839
STOVES, TIN & HOLLOW WARE.
All Kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Work
PLUMBING AND GENERAL JOBBING TO ORDER.
ahp an Nerrnth t. near IN-pot. Ore-.,). Clij. Ilrustrh nt Oawefc-.
The CANBY MERCHANT,
Sells all good at a living price. Flour ami kerosene not given
away in or.ler to catch your trade and then even up on
higher prices on other goods.
None But First Class Goods Carried.
Prices as low as can bo had in the county. Time given to
Orders filled for rough or dressed lumber, all first class, at bed rock
prices, retail or carload lots.
does not seem oossihle that it can reach ' secure much needed
any agreement whatever. Every other t financial relief,
plan, except the vague American plan rug eleventh cesscs.
for free coinage of bolh gold and silver, J Takin(f the isvkl was recogni-
involves establishment of a new ralo fed al ,he beginning as a mot important
between the two metals. This is the ! ani, difficult task. But U has been ao
fundau.enlal element iu the silver prob-; compis,ed, the census publications re
lem, and it is just that on which agree- I with fRVorable indorsement
mentis most difficult. The American , ,nroU(!ilout the civilised nations and the
ratio is 1(1 to 1. The old French ratio is work gU,n,8 an acknowledged success
about 15.M to I, The market ratio is a, a great scieutitic achievement. A
alK)iil2.r.Si to 1. No nation now using ! masg ot 8tatig(ic. j9 aow jn process of
silver is likely to consent to a consider- completion and much is already in the
able increase of its artificial ratio, nor is f han.ig of ... winter. wrio w ith the ex
ception of small amount of work on
vi'al statistics and population and
any gold nation likely to consent to a
considerable decrease of the maikut
rates. Between them lies an impas
sable gulf. No European nation will
consent to any other than the market
ratio. All the intimations that reach
by cable go to show France does not now
want blmettalism on any terms. Ger
many and Auslrin have declared that
statistics of manufactories and agri
culture has the regular work of the
eleventh census about completed
The farm-mortgage report will be com
pleted in about twelve months. There
is no marked change iu the business
methods of the patent otlice, The
they will make no change, and Russia j ailulber 0( gpphcations forpatents during
will not even discus tlie matter. .ng- waa 45.945. Hie total number
J. JONES & SON,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitt ing up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed
I'HU I.N tiii: I.OWIOST.
flT"Shop corner Fourth and Water streets, back of Pope .t Co's, Oregon City
land will not change her own monetary
system. She might go gome distance
short of that lo help India out of the
mire. Now, the only possibility of In
dia getting upon the gold standard, or
even a bimetallic standard, is to adopt
the market ratio, for in that case she
does not need to buy a great mass of
gold and discard a great mass of silver.
She is not able to aU'ord expense in mak
ing the change, and this is the only way
she can avoid expense. The silver
party In the United States would never
consent to the ratio 0(25 to 1. That
is what silver producer, get now in open
market. As for the people's party, the
market nitio will never content them,
They want a cheaper money than gold,
to pay debts with. But the ratio of 2n1
to 1 will not give it to tt'tn. That is
exactly what they have now. The mon
etary conference may as well adjown
and go home. It is merely wasting
MIIylvARP J. LKK, - - Proprietor.
A COM l'LET E LI N E 0 F
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubbery, Etc,
WHOLESALE A-ISTID RETAIL.
itml Interior Offices Man.
Washington, Dee. 4. Secretary
Elkins, in his annual report of the opera
tions of the war department, says it is
gratifying to bo able to state that the
army bus maintained throughout the
year its high standing of discipline 'and
efficiency. He recommends the re
organization of the infantry and artillery,
and compares our stationary condition
iu this respect to the progress made by
The Importance of maintaining and
improving the militia of the several
status and the District of Columbia is
awaiting action July 1.1S92, 9447. The
number of patents was granted was
23,(2t, the total receipts l,Mi8,724.35
and the expenditures $1,114,134 23.
The amount in the treasury to the credit
of the patent office now is $1,102,444 ti6.
Twting tha Law.
S.u.i:m, Or., Dec. 5. In the circuit
court this morning, Judge Burnett sus
tained the demurrer interposed by re
spondents in. the mandamus suit against
the secretary of state and the governor
by II, B. Miller, to prevent them Irom
counting the vote cast for Pierce in coun
ties where his name was placed twice on
the otlicial ballot, and to compel the
governor to issue a certificate of election
to Miller. The demurrer was that the
petition does not state the facts suffi
ciently. The petitioners immediately
gave notice of appeal to the supreme
court, alleging that the court erred in
sustaining the demurrer and rendering
judgment in favor of respondents. The
case will probably be heard in the
supreme court some lime next week.
Meanwhile, the secretary of state is do
ing clerical work connected with the
official canvass in those counties in
which Tierce's name appeared but once.
Jay Oould Dead.
New Yokk, Dec. 2. Jay Gould died
at 9:15 this morning.
Theditect causo of Goulds death, as
stated at the house this morning, was
pulmonary consumption. The world's
most famous financier became uncon
scious, and the Btrong master uimd
ceased to battle for life, and it became
merely a question of a few hours before
Howard Gould savs his father retained
length, and $177, 4til in cot. The rail-.
wv post-jffice clerks were increased 385
and 1411,010 in exnditure. Special
facilities on trunk lines showed a de
crease in coet of $08,07.
Em tha Balanc of Power.
Topeka, Kan , Dec. 4 Tlie senate
was supposed to stand populists 25, re
publicans 12. Today it was found that
two of the senators quoted as populists are
straight-out democrats, and have de
clared themselves lor a democratic
United States senator, and no compro
mise. These two democrats, and the
two in the houe, can therefore dictate
the senator, if they stand firm, as the
republicans will be short three and the
populists two on joint ballot.
Aaxioaa for Fre Trade.
Chicago, Dec. 4 At todav's meeting
of the trade and labor assembly resolu
tions were adopted in the form of a com
munication to President-elect Cleveland
urging hirn to call an extra session ol
congress for the repeal of the McKinley.
law. The resolutions declare the as
sembly to be in favor oi' free trade, anil
ask Mr. Cleveland to aid in hastening
the time when custom-houses will be
known onlv in history.
Wyoming1! Two Governors.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Dec. 5. Wyoming
still has the remarkable ectacle of two
alleged governors. Governor-elect Os
borne and a party of friends called at
the capitol this morning and announced
that they wanted to c tnvass the votes.
Acting-governor Barker refused to have
the vote canvassed, or to let Osborne be
present when the canvass takes place.
It begins to look as though trouble
might come at any moment.
What is lacking is truth and confi
dence. If there weie absolute truth on
the one hand and absolute confidence' on
the other, it wouldn't be necessary for
the makers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh rem
edy to back up a plain statement of fact
by'a $500 guarantee. They say -'If we
can't cure you (make it personal, please)
of catarrh in the head, in any (01 111 or
stage, we'll pay you $500 for your trou
ble in making the trial." An abvertis
ing fake," vou say. Funny, isn't it,
how some people prefer sickness to
health when the remedy is positive and
the guarantee absolute. Wise men dona
put money back of "fakes." And "ink
ing" does't pay.
Magical little granules those tiny,
sugar-coated pellets of Dr. Pierce
scarcely larger than mustard seeds, vet
powerful to cure active yet mild in oper
ation. The best, Liver Pill ever in
vented. Cure sick headache, dizziness,
constipation. One a dose.
Afraid of the Democrats.
Chicago, Dec. 4. The Illinois' Steel .
company's immense plant at South
Chicago, employing 3500 bands, is ex
pected to shut down December 15 for
two or three months, Uncertainly over
the possible changes of the tariff is, said
to be ihe primary cause.