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V0L.2. NO. 2.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1893.
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ill (Ivnii lu ittaiililii (in) kin
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will ra"l In all ll roiiria of Ilia aula.
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Tyr CAIlKY JOIISMOH,
"You are f4omOne
Caruar t iM aii'l Main alrcwla. Orrgim City,
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Mi'SKV Ttf ..OAS.
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turn l'iir In Uari. to ill on r urma.
CurrMnii'lriir prmtillP auaw
til ). lu I auAi4 A lluullal'a
haid tlio miniHtar to tho happy pair he
hflil jiiHt Mud toother.
"Wl.ich one?" askfid tlio brido.
"You will have to Bottlo that for your
aclves'aaid tho clergy man, buttlioy had
not done It that moment, becauso they
went to Rollotiiy & liusch and Ixiught their
hoUHohoId goods Huch as furniture, bedd
ing, carjittH, HtoveB, crockery, g'.awiware,
in fact every thing they needed forhoune
keeping and are very well gatinfiod now.
A CLEAN SWEEP.
McKinley' Majority Will Reach
00,000 In Ohio.
SEW YORK ITSELF ONCE MORE.
HeiiiMlran Itoll Onto, New York
MHiicboHtH, Khiihhm, Illinois
rREGON CITY IRON WORKS,
Now and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in tho bent manner poaniblo. TrotuptneHS guaran
teed on all orders.
REPAIRING - A-SPECIALTY.
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nH'SXK.UH AT LAW
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on utT. otnoon
rrieeathi. lowed to bo had in Portland. Shop on Fourth Street,
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
!J. ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
UwrKH.KOTAHV IM Ill.lC A ISHIKANCK.
Ol!U wllli W. Carry Julmnon.
JJU C. KMITII.
I'HYSICIAN AND Sl'KOKON,
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eliwa) Muri(ii.. ul iramaol li.urru
GRASS AND CLOVER
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Quality First Class. Trices Reasonable.
WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF TREES
Portland Seed Co.,
171 Second Street. Portland, Or.
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ATTOUNKY AT LAW.
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OREGON CITY JOBBING SHOP.
All kinds of
Timiin" Plumbing and General Jobbing
DONE TO ORDER O.N snum wiiw.
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SEWER AND WATbK uurirMc i iuiio
At tho most reasonable raws.
rff-All work is done with a view to luat and satisfy all concerned.
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J. JONES & SON,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
nnnn AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
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.sll0 corner Fourth and Water streets, back of Fope & Co'a, Oregon City
JJANK UY OltKdCN CITY,
Oldest Bankim Bsnse In the Cltr.
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'ranolaoo, flhloagotnd Kew York.
Intornat paU on tlm dopoalU.
iubArent. ol THK LONDON ClIKQDB BANK.
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE.
nD 1 M ANDREWS, Prop.
a Full Line of Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
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MoH,Hna3 0f all Makes, Notions, ohumi
Med1( "f V, u-rhln. Oil.. Be.t and Cheapest.
Beloctionofrorfumeryand Toilet Soaps. And
ins Brands of Cigars.
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FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
rTAnnTVn PFTLINO, RUSTIC AU fusion
s32 speclaTil". Cut jo Order
Tlie ailditional election return re
celvtij yHtenly carry outttie prediction.
mvle Tuesday niKlit of a clean republi
can iwecp In all Htatea, except Virginia,
and even there the democratic majority
wa cut down. In Ohio, New York and
Pennyalvania the majorities for the re
publican candidate were fully aa great
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an the mot enUiumaHiic "au noieu.
The following table allow the pluralities
for I lie head of the republican ticket In
the Mutes mentioned:
New York (over Maynard) 10,000
VI.KIM.KV AND THK TARIFF .
CoU'imrs, O., Nov. 7 -With a plura
lity of 60,000 and two-thirds of both
branches of the legialalure, McKinley
has won the most decisive victory re
corded in Ohio since the civil war. It
has been won on national issues. It
would not have been a surprise two
weeks no. but after the action of con
gress there seems to have been such a
reaction ihat the overwhelming vote is a
surprise. Democrats did not allow the
contest to go by default, hut made a
most viworous fight wilb harmonious
working forces. Ex-Governor Campbell
canvassed the stale for Lawrence T
Neal all last week, and .he democratic
committee was hoiful after congress
bed a decisive action. The
weather was plearatit all over the state,
and there was a full vole of over 800,000.
In former years there have been small
voles, thoce of one party or other not
turning out, but the voters were out to
day all over the state, and Mckinley
has a majority over all, with the demo
cratic, prohibition and populists tickets
opposed to him. This is the 6rst
nujority over all any state candidate
has ever had since Foster's election,
just after Garfield's death in 1881. The
muublicana are apprehensive on one part
of their victory. The legislature elected
today does not select a United states
Benator, and il is over two-thirds republi
canstrongest since the war. With
such a large working majority thev ler
such legislation by city members aa may
lead to defeat two years hence, when
another legislature is to be selected that
will choose Senator Brice's successor.
No more doubt being held., at mid
night headauarters are being abandoned
and meetings held nominating McKinley
for president in speeches by Boutelle,
Dolliver Horr, Chairman uic ana
IOWA SOLIDLY REPUBLICAN.
Dks Moinks, la., Nov. 7 The story
of the election todaj can be told in a
few words. It whs a Bweeping republi
can victory, giving to that party the
governor, state otficera and the general
asseuiby, with the power to elect a
United States senator to succeed J. F.
Wilson. The day was quiet throughout
the state, and the vote small. The first
returns showed how the contest had
progressed. They told of republican
gains of from four to six to the precinct.
This gain was kept, and added to the
22,0000 republican plurality last year
will make up the plurality ot 0,000 or
more for Jackson. The prohibition and
populist vote according to present mdi
cation will reach ?0.0OO and 25,000 re
spectively. Chairman Blythe, of the
republican state central committee, said :
"Jackson will have 35,000 plurality
and the eeneral assembly will be re
publican by fifteen to twenty on joint
ballot. The remiblicn victory was won
entirely on the economic issue. Prohibi
tion was without any influence except
1 nrobibition votes. The
verdict at the polls today is a plain
refusal of the people of Iowa to endorse
the Cleveland administration.'
THK IKON STAT K SPEAKS.
PiiiLAPKM-iiiA, Nov. 7. Keturna from
49 of the 07 countiea, including 1 lala
dolphia and Alleghany, of the vote for
state treasurer, show a not republican
ffftin of 4H.553. indicating a majority in
the state of considerably above 100,000.
CHICAGO SHOWS REPUBLICAN GAINS.
Ciiicaoo. Nov. 7. The elections today
were hotly contested, and the republi
cans seem to have at a late hour tonight
the best ot it. The Times, the senior
flnmnrrnt.ic naDor. concedes the election
of the entire republican judicial ticket,
with one possible exception, and claims
no mnm than five of the county commia
sioners inside the city. Outside of the
city, of course, it ia republican. The
judicial ticket heretofore has been on a
non-partisan basis, butlthis year the dem
ocrats broke away and nominated a ticket
of their own, and the republicans seemed
to have elected every Judicial candidate.
The great fight has been over the elec
tion of Judge Gary who presided at tne
trial of the anarchist. At the lime
Governor Allgeld pardoned the anarchists
he made a severe attack upon Gary, and
the fight has been between the latter
against the state machine, with the re
sult that Garr seem not only to have
polled the full republican strenirth, but
to have secured a portion ol tbe demo
cratic vote as well. General results
show decisive republican gain over the
presidential election of a year ago.
THK HAY STATS SAFE.
Borrow. Nov. 7. The result of the
election in Massachusetts today can only
be described as a huge political land
slide. For the first time in three years
the state will have a republican governor
and his plurality is 30,000 at least. The
whole ticket is elected with him and tne
legislature ia solidly republican in both
branches. Boston complete gives:
Banks, pro.. 1237: Greenhalge, rep., 29,-
3'0: Russell, dem.. 39.085. Russell's,
plurality is 9704. One hundred and
eighty-one cities and towns, including
Boston, gives Bank S923; Greenhalge,
91,313: Kussell, 80,303, a republican
uluralitv of 11.010. The same cities
and towns in 1891 gave Allen, rep., 72,-
957; Russell, dem., 80 350, a democratic
plurality of 0041, showing a republican
gain of 17,411.
In 1891 Governor Russell carried the
28 cities outoide of Boston by 30,000.
Up to this hour there are few figures a
ye from those citiea, but the general
drill of the returns received indicate
that they will be carried by Greenhalge
stroniflv. The percentage of gain and
loss shows that Mr. Greenhake will have
in towns alone 16,000 votes more than
the plurality in Boston, with 29 outside
citie to hear from. One of these citiea,
New Bedford, gives him 1364 plurality,
wbere in 1891 Russell and Allen were
about even. The indications are that
the other outside cities will increase
Greenhalge' lead to 25,000 or 30,000.
KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC A CSUAL.
LoiisviLLK, Ky., Nov. 7. The demo
crat had things their own way in Ken
tucky today, and according to reports re
ceived up to 9 o'clock the next legisla
ture will be made np of 110 democrats,
25 republican and 3 populist.
VIHG1MA GONE DEMOCRATIC.
Richmond. Va.. Nov. Revised figure
of election returns, as made up by dis
patches from two-thirds of the state at
2 a. m., show that the democrat have
carried Virginia by a majority of not
less than 25,000, and O'Farrell run be
hind his ticket several thousand votes.
NEW YORK TOO IN LINE.
New York, Nov. 7. One of the most
peculiar campaigns in the history of the
Btate closed at sundown this evening,
and it is safe to say the democratic man
agers are not more surprised at the re
sult than the republicans. The domi
nant issue in all portions of the state has
been rina rule, and the republicans in
New York City, Brooklyn, Albany and
Buffalo have been greatly assisted by
the oiganired efforts of independent
democrat. Isaac H. Maynard, candi
date on the democratic ticket forjudge
of the court of appeals, against whom
the independent democrats waged war,
was overwhelmingly defeated. Practi
cally complete returns indicate that the
republicans elected their entire Btate
ticket, and they will have a good work
ing majority in the legislature. Returns
at 1 :30 A. M. indicate the election ot re
publican senators, 18 ; democratic sena
tors, 14; republican assemblymen, 74;
democratic assemblymen, 64. This
gives a republican majority in the sen
ate of 5. in the house 20, and an joint
HAD ENOUGH Ol" THK POPULISTS.
Ship Load ofDynamlte Explodes
Wrecking a tlty.
FIUE, BUS.1 ASD DEATH.
More Than 1000 Killed Destruction
and HunVrlng- Thousand
Topkka. Kan.. Nov. 8. Dispatches
up to 2 o'clock from all parts of Kansas
show republican trains. Twenty-seven
counties heard from are all republican,
including the most populous counties oi
the state, many of which were populist
the past two years. It looks like a clean
sweep of the state for the republicans.
Additional returns show republican
gains in nearly every county. Fusion
seems to have proved a failure. In
Sedgwick county, for instance, where
it was tried again, there were tremen
dous republican gains.
Column. O.. Nov. 9. The republi
can victory is completo and unpreced
ented. McKinley's plurality will pos
sible reach 90.000. the greatest ever
given any governor except John Brough,
ami a more remarkable political reyolu
tion than eyen the enormous plurality
of the war governor. The republicans
have elected 25 or 26 of 31 senators, and
from 85 lo 95 representatives; also
three-fonrths of the county officala. All
the congressional districts, except two
n hav cone republican, ine
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Madrid, Nov. 4. From Boo, a village
near Hantander, the capital of th
province by that name comi a fright
ful story of explosion, fire, havoc and
death. Tbe British steamer Volo,
with a cargo of dynamite, arrived at
Hantander. Tbe fact of the explo
sive being aboard was unknown to
the authorities. Laet evening the ves
sel took fire and the fire department
hurried to the scene to prevent th
spread of the flame to the other ship
ping, to the docks and to adjoining
bouse. The governor of the province,
chiet municipal oflicere and many lead
ing citizen were superintending the
work of subduing the flames. Just aa
the new waa spread that the vessel con
tained dynamite, and the people started
panic-stricken from the scene, the flames
I reached the terrible cargo and with a
deafening roar it exploded, scattering
death, fire and destruction on every side.
The wharves shipping and neighboring
houses were lorn to fragments. ine
whole city wa shaken aa if by aa
earthquake, and windows were shattered
for miles around. Among tbe prominent
people missing is the governor of the
province, who was last seen on the deck
fighting the flames in the front raok.
Others supposed to be dead include sev
eral representative of the mnnicipal and
provincial government, besides many cit
izens. Fire at once broke out in the
ruins of the shattered buildings, and
spread to those still standing with great
rapidity. The inhabitants were so dazed
by the shock ol tbe explosion that tbey
were for a 1 mg timej unable to do any
thing to stay thespre-ul of the fire, which,
a thbdispatch waa sent was fcating its
way from house to bouse, threatening the
destruction of tbe whole city. The ex
plosion threw down all the wires, cutting
off telegraphic communication with the
city, hence the first news came from Boo.
Finally communication was opened with
the adjacent country, and all the villages
in the neiahbordood sent fire apparatus
to the scene, and a strong combined ef
fort is being made to save the city. All
sort of reports are current as to loss of
life, ranging from hundreds down to
fifty. The rapid spread of the fire pre
vented anv svstematic attempt at recov
ering the bodies-or learning the number
of tbe dead.
Private telegrams say that over 1,000
people met their death by the fire and
explosion at Santander. In addition a
trans-Atlantic steamer waa burued, and
forty of her crew perished. It is reportea
that in addition to the killed already
mentioned, the president of the provin
cial council, the colonel and chief offi
cials of the civic guard are seriously
wounded. It is also said the whole city
will likely be destroyd and the popula
tion of 80,000 rendered homeless. A
dreadful panic prevails on all sides.
Engines from many points have arrived
and are making a determined stand
against the flames.
Armed Rebellion Beit.
Ran Francisco. Nov. 4. Dispatches
were received yesterday with information,
concerning the acta of tramps on the
lines of the Southern Pacific company.
A gang of forty-eight tramps boarded a
train outside of the city limits of h Pasco.
An attempt was made (o persuade them
to leave the train at Lordsburg, but
they refused to do this and said that tbey
had jobs in Sau Francisco and that
they were on tbe way to this city. They
were armed and demanded to be carried
free" westward. Four dispatches were
received, of which one was as follows :
The tramps are organized and travel in
gangs of thirty to 100, with a captain
and lieutenants. All parties joining
them on the road are required to put up
what money they have, and a tieKet ia
issued to each member, which entitles
him to travel with the gang and eat with
them when provisions are furnished .
Other dispatches have lately been re
ceived, indicating that the tramps are
determined to ride free.
Concluded on 7th page.
A Prominent Lady Arrested
much attention at a Washington ball
by her remarkable appearance of health.
The glow of health, and tne cnarm oi
beauty need not depart trom ao many
women, when a certain remeuy exiin iu.
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