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E. E. WILLIAMS,
Grccer ani Coin Irclit
Masonic Building, Oregon City.
DEAD, DEAD, DEAD.
Wo are not in the undertaker's business but aro ready to
bury high prices of all our ctnetitorH. Now, if you want
to nee tint finest lino, and the cheapest, juHt nt'p in and j?et
lrir a on Lounges, Hi drooin Suites and Mattresses. For
iiiHtttii(H): Uatnio Itcd Iouiiko, 7.2.r); Silk lied Lounge,
spring edge, 1 10; Ash Chcval Suites, oak finish, I17.W), and
ull other goods at similar low jiriicrt. No mutter if you have
Imh-m persuaded to buy elsewhere, junt see how much money
you have Inst.
Itiai.OMY A Ill SCH, the Housefurnishers.
Don tFool With Fakes!
If yoiirHclf or friend
Liquor, Opium, Morphine, Chloral, Cocaine
or Tobacco habits, seek only the
GENUINE KEELEY TREATMENT,
Which in tbo only wife, reliable and iernianent euro in existence,
(lonuine Keeley IiiHtituteH, with most favorable aurroundingH, at
Forest Grove and Roseburg, Or.
faVrite for Particulara. CorreH)ondenct' Confidential.
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE.
OR. L. M. ANDREWS, Prop.
A Full Line of Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
Patent Medicines of all Makes, Notions, Optical Goods
Full Stock Of Machine Oils, Bast and Chenpect.
Fine selection of lVrfuiuery and Toilet Soaps. And Ioad
inp Rrands of Cigars.
iici:n kiition ' turn i.i. v i-ii.i.i:i.
Slilvely'a Itlock, - - - Oregon City, Or.
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
furry tho LargeHt Stock of
Sash, Doors, Winds, Mouldings, Etc.
In Oregon City.
Special nizea of Doors and 'indow8 mndo to onler. Turning of all kinds
Estimates for Stair Work and Storo Fronts
Kurninlied on application. Huildcre, give us a call, and see if our work
iri not of the bt'Ht, and our prices as low as the lowest. Trice List pent
Factory, Cor. Main and 1 1th ts.. Oregon City.
-All kinds of-
Tinning,. Plumbing and General Jobbing
DONE TO 0RDKR OX SHORT NOTICE.
SEWER AND WATER CONNECTIONS MADE
At tho most reasonable rateB.
g .(jrAll work is done with a view to last and satisfy all concerned.
A. W. SCHWAN.
Nliop u NcvrnMi Hi., nrnr Ieiof, Oregon Oltj.
C. P. WINKSKT.
AVINESET & SCKI1TUKE,
UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS.
LargoBt stock of Codliia and CuHkotb kept Soutli of Tortlond. Also cloth covered
and Metallic Cunkut8 fiiriiiHlied to order. Ladies Burial Robes and
Uenta' lUirial Robes in stork.
Also Wagon and Carriage JIaking, Horso Shoeing and Gen
eral Blacksmithing on short notice.
wich to bn cured of-
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THE GREAT FAIR.
A Vlnllor (Jlven Some Valuable
Polnfein llofol KatfH.
REMAINS TO HE I.EMOVKIJ.
Order te (Healers j the EogllHl, Govern
nit-iit Davit's Funeral Train Al.
tracts Large l'rotd.
I'oktlavii.Ob., May i7.-Mr. C. W.
Criciiton who haa J'ist returned from the
World's Fair, "ays that tlie verlotis ex
liiliiU are very 11 tie, but as it required
a juiirney of I'M) utiles to see Oiem all,
lie liud Ut-n unulile to gi-t iround, and,
therefore, could only peak for wliat he
liad really m-n. " I ran say one thing
trully," lie ohaerved, " and that is that
Oregon's exhibit throughout compares
fHVorahly with any on the grounds. Our
fruit exhibit in the horticultural build
ing, Is perhafl the niont prominent in
the building, and is attracting universal
attention. Our agricultural and mining
exhibits are not as complete aa they
might be, but as they are they compare
favorably with thoae of other states.
The Oregon fish exhibit is not yet in
pluee. The rarjienters had just finished
the pavilian for it in the fisheries build
ing upon the day I left Chicago. Hy cut
ting ai-niaa lot n Oregon's exibits can I
snen by traveling only 00 miles,
"Some idea of the immense size of the
grounds and building ran be gained
when I tell you that 27,000 people were
on the tiMiun.ln one da v. I a there
and to look Hrotind from the lops of the
building one would think that a ror
porals guard was in attendance. The
new whalebitrk paaaengi-r steanter, Chris
topher C'oliiinliiia, Iihm junt Ix-en put in
emeu to carry people to the fair. It
ran carry paHengers at one time.
There is simply an army of guards, cus
tom-house ollirials and tiiepftwiger boys
on the ground".. There are also 825 young
fellows who ptihli the wheel chairs,
and a reserve force of 0U0 to lie called
Hmn when needed. To get a job push
ing a wheel chair a boy inuat have a
pedigree as long as your arm, and the
consilience is that most of the chair
pusher are young men from colleges
and private schools. They are paid $ I
per day and board, and 10 per cent of
their earnings. It costs 75 cents per
hour to ride in a chair.
Till TIME TO VISIT THE FAIB.
Mr. Crichton was very much impressed
with the magnitude and beauty of the
buildings, the immence number of ex
hibits and the completeness of the trans
portion facilities. He savs at the pres
ent time only about two-thirds of the ex
hibits are in place, but it is estimated
that the remaiuing third w ill be set up
at the latest by July 15, and probably
by Ju!y 4. He attributes the small num
ber of visitors to the fact that the various
state department have issued statements
to their home papers in relation to the
incompleteness of the exhibits and
advised peopte not to attend until after
WHAT IT WILL COST.
"There is not an eating house on the
grounus, which pretends to furnish any
thing except light lunches, and, as you
can see for yourself, their . charges are
not higher than those of first-class res
tauiant8 in this city. A good lunch
ran lie bad for 40 cents and a first-class
one for 75 cents. Of course if a man
tries to iniiko a Sipiare meal on such
light material he must expect to pay for
it. At the down-town restaurants the
prices are not so high either. I met
several Oregon gentlemen in Chicago
who told me of places where good meals
rould tie had for 50 cents each. They
also told me that it was not difficult to
secure good lodgings in private
residences at a $1 per day rate.
One gentleman, who was living
very near the exosition grounds, said
that several hotels and boarding houses
in that neighborhood were furnishing
splendid board and lodging at the rate
of $2.50 per day. My wife and I stopped
at one of the big down-town hotels, and
found no difficulty in securing accommo
dations at the regular rates. The kick
on exhorbitant prices cornea either from
people who expect to live in Chicago as
cheaply as thev can at home, or from
those who expect to take apartments at
the Auditorium at country hotel rates.
I learned of one man from Portland who
telegraphed ahead fora suit at the Audit
orium for himself and wife, and then
when he ani veil in Chicago was surprised
to find that his bill was to lie $45 per day.
A man and his wife from Georgia did the
same thing, ami at the end of two days
had to pay a bill of $170. I estimate
that two persona can go to the world's
fair in a Pullman coach, remain at a
good hotel for a week, take in the whole
exposition and all of the side shows, and
return home for $400."
JefTerion Da'li Emalm BemoTed.
Nbw Oklkans, May 27. The remains
o( the late ex-prcsident of the Southern
Confederency were removed this evening
from the vault where they Have been
tcmporarly resting for Z year to
Memorial ball where they are to lie in
state until transferred to the funeral
that is to hear them to holly wood ceme
tery, Itli'hmond, which leaves hereto
night. The transfer hi made early
and privately at the family's remient.
A mounted escort of Arrny of Northern
Virginia veterans conducted the canket
in a closed hearse to Memorial hall.
Here it was received in silence by the
United Confederate veterans and placed
uiion a catafalque and exposed to public
Iew. The Virginia veterans marched
behind the hearse.
The Mongolia! Qseitios.
Wamiikotok, May 27. Yesterday's
meeting of the cabinet lasted over three
boms. The terms of the circular re
garding the deportation of the Chinese,
issued by Secretary Carlisle Thursday,
were discussed, and it was decided 'that
nothing further could be done at this
time except to instruct the subordinate
officials of the department of justice to
aid in carrying out the instructions of
the secretary ol the traasury. On one
point the members of the cabinet agree
with Judge Larombe, who discharged
the Chinaman "y Look on Wednesday.
They have examined the Geary law
carefully and carefully and fail to find
any provision designating the officer
w ho shall deport such Chinese as may be
"unlawfully within the United States."
The law says simply that such Chinese
"ahall be removed." This omission,
eves if fatal to the Geary law, does not
however, alfect the provisions of the
act of 1HH4 and 18K8, under which arrests
will continue to be made, as required by
Secretary Carlisle's circular. It is
likely that another statement will be
made by the treasury department w ithin
a few days, further defining the position
of the administiation.
Ordar to 8ealri.
Ottawa, Out., May 27. The following
notice to sealers ap'iears in today's
"Referring to arrangements concluded
between the government of her Britanic
majestic and that of the United States
for the continuation until October 31,
lS'.i:;, of the prohibition of seal killing in
Behrinn sea, public notice is hereby
given than an order of her majesty,
the queen in council, has been issued
prohibiting seal killing in Behring sea
until March 1, 1804, until her majesty
Tha Davit' Funeral Trail.
Mohii.e, Ala., May 29. As Jefferson
Davis' funeral train pulled out of New
Orleans last night, crowds appeared at
every street corner until the corporation
limits were passed At every station
the crowds assembled, gray-haired old
soldiers, ladies and children with flowers
being prominent features. At Beauvoir,
Davis' old home the track and station
platform were carpeted with rhododen
drons. State of Ohio City of Toledo)
Lccas Cocsty. j
Fba.ne J. C'iiknky makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid,
and that said firm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catabbh Ccre.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 0th day of December,
A. D. 1880.
(skai.J Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F.J. CHENEY & Co. Toledo O.
tW Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Takes 1000 people to buy Dr, Sage's
Catarrh Remedy, at 50 cents per bottle,
to make up $500. One failure to cure
would take the profit from 4000 sales.
Its makers profess to cure "cold in the
head" and even chronic catarrh, and if
they fail they pay $500 for their over-con-tidence
Not in newspaper words but in hard
cash ! Think of what confidence it takes
to put in the papers and mean it.
Its makers believe in the remedy.
Isn't it worth a trial? Isn't any trial
preferable to catarrh ?
After all, the mild agencies are the
beet. Perhaps they work more slowly,
but they work surely- Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets are an active agency
but quiet and mild. They're sugar
coated, easy to take, never shock or de
range the system and half their power
is the mild way in which their work is
done. Smallest, chapest, easiest to take.
One ajdose. Twenty-five cents a vial,
of all druggists.
Lounges, chairs, etc., upholstered at
R. L. lloltnan All work guar
anteed. Rerair all your old lounges for
little money and they will be good as
THE GOLD LEAVING.
Treanury Officials Report large
THE SEW I'ESHIO.l RILI.MJ MADE
World's fair Noll Hajtian Repnble
Seized at feattle Ex-Neeretary
Washixotoh, May 29 Since January
1 50,000,000 In gold have been exported
to Europe, and the export movement,
instead of abating, seems to have re
ceived a freh impetus. Most of this
! crnllt la a tatrnn frtm IliA T'mln'1 klalA.
treasury, and practically all that Is now
exported comes from the same source.
In that time the treasury department
has sustained a net toes of 125,354,243,
the net total gold in the treasury January
1, 1893, having been $121.2110,662, while
today it is only $05,912,4ig. With the
gold engaged for shipment Tuesday and
Wednesday, it will be about $93,000,000,
the lowest figure reached since the re
sumption of species payments. In ad
dition, there are reports that more will
go out next Saturday, sufficient it is said,
to reduce the gold holdings to $90,000,000.
Despite these heavy shipments, the
treasury officials express the greatest
confidence in the ability of the treasury
to restore the gold balance. They point
to the fact that there is a gradual and
healthy inflow of gold from natural
sources to the treasury, which was only
temporarily checked by the large amounts
taken for export. The cessation of
gold exports in large amounts is looked
for by July l,as it is understood the
Austrian demand is well nigh supplied.
A peculiar and encouraging feature of
the decrease of gold is that a correspond
ing increase is shown in the net treasury
balance. That balance today is $25,397,
"93, or nearly $1,090,000 greater than
March 7, when Secretary Carlisle took
official charge of the treasury depart
lew Femioa Baling.
Washington, May 27. Probably the
most important pension decision ever
sent from the office of the secretary of
the interior to the commissioner of
pensions was filed todav It is
believed by those high in the pen
sion bureau that it w'll reduce the pay
ment of pensions under the act of June
29, 1890, between $15,000,000 and $20,
000,000. It involves the repeal of an
order made by General Kaum and
approved by Assistant Secretary Bussey,
and a return to the language of the
statute requiring a disability, not of
service origin, to be such as to prevent
the applicant from earning1 a support
by manual labor.
Couting Bteainar Belied.
Seattle, May 29. The steamer Hay
tian Republic was seized here last night
by the customs authorities and is now
tied up at a buoy in the middle of the
harbor, in charge of an inspector. She
was searched today and only five pounds
of opium found. The customs officers
say they did not expect to find more,
and that she would have been tied up if
they had known she did not have a
pound of opium on board. They say
it is for past offenses that she has been
seized, and that when they file a libel on
her in a few days, there will be develop
ments that will justify them in mnking
the prediction that she will be confis-
Ei-8orariry of the Treasury Pailf
Fosteria, 0., Mav 20. Ex-Secretary
of the United States Treasury Charles
Foster and the banking house of Foster
Co., have assigned. Everything is in
a chaotic condition. The bank carried
several hundred thousand dollars in
deposits, and had negotiated loans for
the brass works and glass houses, giving
its own indorsement.
Governor Foster has issued a state
ment expressing bis deep distress and
humiliation over the failure.
Bait against tha Word'i Fair.
Chicago, May 29" On application of
Stockholder Clingman, Judge Stein, of
the superior court, this morning issued
a tempoiary injunction restraining the
directors of the World's Fair from closing
the gates on Sun Jay.
World's Fair Travelers Will Have It.
The public demand through service
when traveling. It is old fashioned to
change cars. On the through solid
vestibuled trains of the Chicago, Union
Pacific and Northwestern line from or to
Chicago, Omaha and intermediate points,
there is no change. Thi3 is the finest
and fastest road.
For Sale Cheap.
J. I. Case threshing engine and four
roller chop mills. Call on or address.'
A. D. Bakneb,
No. 60, Union Ave., East Portland.
You will lose money unless you ex
amine the fine assortment of millinery
goods at the Faik Place store before