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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1893.
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plan mid ilntato fur alcr 1. 1 r
prelnai ml sirawt lmtroiiiaiii i,l Uiwiu
SwLI .(Imillun iIvkii m ittaUtitlti mit ,.
ATTORNEY AT UW,
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OAii'a, liar Wain ami llghtli urmia, ujmmii
Cmuar KlgM ) Main alrwta, Orrg on CHr.
money to loan.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
antnaam ur r..rM n aiMii.
Otlo iwil to Oron t'ltr bank on 61 h elrrwl.
O. T. WtLMAMK.
URAL KitTATK ASH U)AH Atf NT.
A I'Xot III' "I liuiliiraa, mlitanr a ii J auburhau
farm Property In trtru lo nil on ... urine.
Cifr..rnl,tif,a itrnmpiljf aii.w.r'!. OSIo.
Dill dm lo t..ill iluullar ''"'
Q II HYK.
( Dl NSKLOU AT LAW
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UWYKH.NOTAKY .TH1.1C A INHt KA.St K.
Oillre llli W. Curry Johnnm.
jyH. C. B. SMITH.
PHYSICIAN AND Hl'IKlKON,
Eagle Creek, " - '' On-gon.
COUNSK1.0K.S AT LAW
MAIM MTMKKT, OKKOON CITr, OSXOON.
rurtilab Alalraru o( Till. Un Mtty. r"r
ctixa Miirlaataa. ami Iramacl Ururral
ATTOHXKY AT LAW.
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Kl (Mat "d In.ttranw.
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ii.sooh city. ii.
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NOTARY PUBLIC, 'KAL ESTATE A
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Oivgoii City, Oregon.
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fllHIt CONMKUCIAL IIANK,
Of" OllKdON CITY.
. n.N.RAL HAHK1N0 BUKINICH".
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I.,.po.ll. wwl-rd .Mli.-t to f h-rk itrj-t
oiicii from A. . to 4 r. M. 8irJ
from 8 to 7 f..
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ANK OK OKKUCN CITY,
Oldest BanklEi Eonsc li U Clif.
Paid up Capital, WOO,
. OHO. A. HABHINO.
a. o caii-i
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Depo.lt. reo.lvod .ubj.ol to onoolc.
Approved bills nd note, dl-ooui ted.
Covnti and oily warrants boiigut
Loan, mvle on avallabl. security.
EiohauK. bought aud oll.
CoUeotlom mie pr'i'"J- , ,hewnfld
Pr.ru sold av.ll.nl. in any P" b.u
Telctraphlo sschani sa .old on rortlana,
fra.nlann. nhlC.KO aild NeW YOrl.
Interest paU on time dnP0,l',;,rs.Qn. BANK
Sub Arent. ol TUK LONUONClIKQCB BAN
Practical Jrchitectf $
t IU, nil ii;inii .., ,
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New und Enlarged Shop
HT A ntTT"NTT? TTCYOTT Si C A GlTITXTitj 1,1
All work executed in tho k'nt manner poHible. rroifiptPHg guaran-'
teed on all orders. '
I'ricea the In went to W had in Portland. Pimp on Fourth Ptreet,
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
I. ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
Uow you Can Save Money
When your children need a laxative or stomach
and bowel regulator, buy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE. V'
Fifty doHca lor twenty-live cents. The season for
colds ami coughs is upon us. In order to be pro
pared for nn emergency, get a bottle of
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
The bent in tho market. Price 25 cents. For sale
at tho CANBY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
OREGON CITY JOBBING SHOP.
All kinds of
, DONE TO ORDER ON SHORT KOTIUJC.
seWer AND water connections made
At tho most reasonable rates.
t Wk work is done with a view
ftihop u Hecnlli Nl r I-ol,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
iKI( l S THE I.OWKST.
-Shop corner Fourth and Water streets, back of Pope A Co's, Oregon City
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
Fio selection of Perfumery and
ing lsrands ot bigars.
KKNCBir'riONM CAHKHIIXY. t?ii.i.cu.
r -:,. n.
MANUFACTUKKR OF ALL KINDS OF . , ,
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
Hi$pecla Bills Cut to Order f
M ill and Yard on tbe River, Foot of Main Street,
OKKUON CITY, OR.
) nr Father:- Now Yearn i coming;
wo are all well anl happy. The baoy
httM grown cv;r no much, and ha irgrmtt
more himiho thun It uneil to
Hoping tho Hamo of you, I remain,
rv rimi pi, jviiin mij con iiaunui.w
her mini on New Years. Next time rshe j railroad and brandies, coiiiprieinff the
Siuita Fe nyHlfm rojer, have bwn
mil wntu father thut lltilloiny & Bunch j p,,,.. jn the ,,Bri(1. of ,lir,,e receVer,
are keeping a fii.eaHHortmentofchiltlrenV. 1,18 or,1,'r MK "le by United Watoi
j. i Cin.nil Jud(e II. C. Caldwell in rbambers
Hocking Chairs, Fancy Itockern, rar ','at5::W o'clwk thia evenhiK, The aptili
... ,, , .. jif ,. cation waa made bv the Union Trust
8u.te81IungeBlHe.lroo.nhu1te41an( HniConi,9ny o( ork, tmateea and
OiKlleca variety of Toys. ' ' hondholdora of the Ht. Louis and San
j F'midHco. The petition ets forth that
T!TT!TS!l!!!TTmTTTTTTTIT!S ' the company ia totally insolvent; that
with All appliances for J
and General Jobbing
to last and satisfy all concerned.
A. W. SCHWAN.
Toilet Soaps. And. Lead
HAS A RECEIVER.
The Great Santa Fe SureumbN
to the l'rcNsure and Falls.
NO MONEY KOIl EMI'LUYEE.H.
Fire In Frlwo The Pojii!' Mmkhki!
From railfle'it Men Ship
ping I lie tfpifroeH.
Litti.k Rrx K. Ark., I)c. 23. The ex
pected In (lie rnilroad world hpned
loduy. Tlie AtcliiBonToi ck and Hanta
with all this debt staring it In the face
it has not enouuh money to pay the day
laborer, along ita line, and that, inaa
niiii h a. ita creditor, are becuniiiiK im
patient, ii la a question of but a few
weeks until suits t.iav be brought that
ill dmintKraie and ruin the system;
therefore, in conaideration of all these
uineroiiH allt'iiutione, receiver or receiv
ers are aked for tbe property. Accom
panying this hill was the answer of the
Hanta Fe company. George R. Peck,
general solicitor of the company, answer
ing the charges, conft-aaed that all the
statements were true; that the Santa Fe
was wholly insolvent; that the creditors
were growing impatient and liable at
any lime to done in on the company.
Tht Fop Speaks.
ItoMK, Dec 23 The poie has re
covered from his recent indiaposition
snd is now enjoying excellent health
and spirits. Hi. voice is clear and
towerfiiI. Cardinal Monaco la Valleta,
dean of the sacred college, who has also
recovered from his late illness, read to
him today an aJdreas of congratulation
from the college, in which reference was
made to the poe'e labors to extend
'wlveraal peace and harmony, and to
he Muri eas of his ivoent jubilee celebra-
UiiiA The pop, in reply, eaul ; ,.
Orvat and signal, w ithout doubt, have
been tbe blessings we have received
from a loving and divine providence.
We are pleaded thai the sacred college
recognizes them and gives praise and
thanks to the bleesed God, for our
nraisea and thanka alone would be
ittle to offer for such abundant mercies.
It is the hand of God that preserves us
to this advanced age. It is tbe hand of
God that gives ns tbe great conifott of
seeing an increase In the various jieople'
reverence and devotion to this apostolic
sea, and that iead us, in the midst of
the care of a ministry, which even in
less ditliciilt times and circu instances
would have been very heavy on our
shouldeiH. While intending, as we do,
to acconvplixh this ministry and its
duties to otir heat ability, we feel the
need of asking more ardently than ever
the favor so well exprensed by you, to
le able to effectually be, as were many
of our illustrious predecessors,, the
niiiueter and inesainger of the peace of
Euroe and the world.
The 0.11 and Bulletin Boorched.
San Francisco, DeC. 25. At 11:30
tliis morning fire broke out in the block
bounded by Clay, Commercial Sansotue
and Leideedorft streets, and in a few
minutes one of the biggest fires of the
year was raging. 1 tie oiock was com
posed of the oldest brick buildings in
the city and was occupied by the Call
and Bulletin newspaper offices ; Francis
Valentine A Co., printers; the Bosqui
Printing A Engraving Co.; Blake, Mof-,
fltt ATowne's paper warehouse; E. J.
Shattuck A Co. ink manufacturers; the
Commercial Steam Tower company and
numerous smaller concerns. Every en
gine in the city was called out, and it was
over two hours before the fire was put
out. A laij,e portion of the block was
totally destroyed. The Bulletin's edi
itorial and composing rooms are a com
plete wreck and the Call's presses are
injured by water, but the fire will not
interfere with the publication of the
papers. It is estimated the damage will
The Feeling In Hawaii.
San Francisco, Deo. 21. -The steam
ship Mariposa arrived this morning,
brihging advices from Honolulu up to
December 13th as follows:
Interviews with the cabinet show that
the government interprets Cleveland's
message to congress to mean "I will re
store the ex-queen peaceably if possible,
and in case I find this cannot be done I
will refer the matter to congress for set
I President Dole assured the Associated
Press that incase Minister Willis made
any advances either before or alter the
of the Marioosa looking toward
restoration, this government wished it
announced in the most public manner
that such negotiations would make no
headway here, and if punhed would be
absolutely rejected by the provisional
A serious chanue in the situation took
place this morning, in consequenctJlJ
tbe unexected arrival of tbe Uiited
State. Cutter Corwln with cipher T3T-
patchesfor Minister Willis. The Mar
iposa has been detained in consequence.
The only information received by the
public is that contained in the president's
message. His language on the Hawaiian
question is constructed by many to imply
that be postpones further actioil by
Minister Willis tosnch action as congress
may take. The Corwin's arrival created
severe alarm. The cabinet met nearly
as soon as the captain landed with his
dispatches. A general query is, why
are these dispatches so hastened down
here if her errand is merely a friendly
To iiport tbe Hegroei,
Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 23. J. II.
Daniels, formerly a New Yorker, but re
cently a resident of Missouri has a plan
for the removal of a large pait of the
negroes of the South to the Congo Fre3
State and other African countries. Mr.
Daniels has begun work on his scheme,
and at this lime feels very much en
couraged over its ultimate success. He
has written to Raymond LeGhait, the
Belgian minister and envoy extraordi
nary at Washington, asking him what
inducement, the Belgian government
would offer a colony of some 20,000 in
telligent negroes from Alabama and
Georgia for settlement in the Congo Free
State. The minister replied that no
such proposition had ever been made
be'ore, and he could not say positively
what his government's policy in the
matter would be. He said the chances
are the Congo government would furnish
transportation to a good class of emi
grants. He asked Mr. Daniels to advise
him with particulars as to what
class of emigrants he would furnish,
what sort of tradesmen, whether some
would serve as soldiers, etc. Mr. Dan
iels replied that he could furnish as
many emigrants as the Congo sta'e
might want. They would all be good
citizens, and almost every trade and pro
fession would be represented among
them . A competent detective has made
an exbarv-e investigation and reported
that Danfeis was all right.""
Vloiisttndei of the Oregon Pacific
CoRVALLia, Ore. Dec. 22 Attorneys
Hughes and Clarke, who bid in the
Oregon Pacific, applied at the office to
day for a statement of the floating in
debtedness against the property, which
suggests the probability that their peo
ple are considering a plan of buyinc np
the clafms in order to secure confirma
tion of the sale. The statement fur
nished aggregates 282,000. The sit
uation respecting the river boats and
the steamer Willamette Valley remains
unchanged, with no prospect of im
mediate solution. The examination of
the rceiver's book by the employes'
experts was concluded this afternoon,
and the only statement that could be
elicted was that the expense accounts of
Superintendent Mulcahy and the at
torneys were unsatisfactory. Receiver
Hadley places Mulcahy's expenses at
about (1,400, and the tatal aniouns paid
the lawyers $4,800. Mulcahy's tele
graphic resignation waa handed in this
The woman who works, and is tired,
will find a special help in Dr. Tierce's
Fovorite Trescription. Perfectly harm
less in anv condition of the female sys
tem . It promotes all the natural func
tions, and builds np, strengthens, regu
lates, and cures. For women approach
ing confinement, nursing mothers, and
every weak, run-down, delicate woman,
it is an invigorating, supporting tonic
that's peculiarly adapted to their needs.
But it's more than that, too. It's the
only guaranteed remedy for all the
functional disturbances, painful dis
ders, and chronic weaknesses of woman
hood. In 'female complaint" of every
kind, periodical pains, bearing-down
sensations, internal inflammation, and
kindred ailments, if it ever fails to ben
efit or cure, you have your money back.
is at the bottom of many a feud, and the
cause of strife and murder. It's also
the root of all ailments of the body.
Good blood nourishes and bad blood
poisons, therefore take Simmons Liver
Regulator to keep the liver active, the
bowels free, and promote digestion.
This done, your blood will be good, tbe
system free from malarial poison and
Karl's Clover Root, the new Blood
Purifier, gives freshness and clearness to
the Complexion and cures Constipation.
25c, 50c. and $1.00. Sold by C.G.
Good Green Tea 25c a pound ; 19 lbs
Granulated Sugar $1.00; a Gallon Jug
10c : 12)sC Wall paper now Do ; mixed
Candy 10c a ponnd. Xmas Goods now
ready. The Red Front.
onvletion of Three
Disagreed on Lotan and Held Back-
JlAtlainil I'lnanccn The Trial
Portland, Dec. 23. The jury in the
Chinese conspiracy trial after being out
twenty-two hours, returned a verdict
tonight. C.J. Mulkey, exspecial agent
of the treasury department, William
Dunbar, and P. J. Bannon were found
guilty. In the case of James Lotan,
ex-collector of customs and Keid Back
the jury disagreed. The remaining de
fendants were acquitted. The penalty is
a fine of from one to ten thousand dollar,
or imprisonment from two to five years
or both. Upon the trial of Glen O.
Holman several witnesses testified to the
good reputation of defendant after which
Holman took the stand in his own be-'
half. Early in December Blum requested
him to make out thirty or forty certifi
cates for Chinamen who were going on
C'lum's ship to Victoria and thence to
China. Blum told him the Chinamen
would be at his fltore that evening to
meet Holman. The latter was there
bat tbe Chinamen did not appear, and
being in bad health Holman went home.
While waiting for the Chinamen to come
he had signed some of the certificates,
to be filled out when they appeared, but
did not put on his seal. Blum told him
he would have tbe Chinamen there the
following morning, and Holman left the
certificates and his seal in Blum's office
overnight. The next day Bium told
him the Chinamen had not appeared
and that the signed certificates had
been destroyed He.went after his seal
but it could not be found. Then he
was called out of town on several trips,
and did not get his seal back until about
March. Holman identified several cer
tificates bearing bis signature and seal,
which he said had been regularly exe
cuted according to law. The court
stated that he should direct the jury
to find Holman not guilty as there was
nothing lo implicate him and the jury
Ths GoTMkifi.at-JUadt Money.
Washington, Dec. 23. The govern
ment receipts for this month np to date
have been in round numbers $5,000,000
less than the expenditures which so
far have been $26,243,000, of which
latter $11,069,000 have been on ac
count of pensions. Taking these
figures as a bakia of calculation, the ex
cess of expenditures over receipts for
the month will be between $6,000,000
and $7,000,000, and as the deficiency in
the revenues for tbe first five months of
the fisctal year approximated $30,000,000
the indications are that the first half
year will show a deficiency of between
$36,000,000 and $37,000,000. It is not
anticipated by treasury officials, however
that the next six months will make such
Secretary Carlisle estimates a proba
ble deficiency at the close of the year
of $28,000,000. Tbe available cash in
the treasury today was $90,487,268, of
which 82,422,104 is the net gold reserve.
On the first instant the available bal
ance was $!)5,169,616.
A Prominent Mason Killed.
Pendleton, Or., Dec. 25. James P.
Bushee, of this city, Masonis grand lec
turer, who has been engaged in official
duties in the Willamette valley for
several months past, while returning
home this morning on the east-bound
Union Pacific train to pass Christmas
with his family, in some unaccountable
manner was thrown from the steps of a
chair car, striking on his head, killing
him instantly, whils the train was just
entering the city limits. It was some
hours after the accident that the body
was found. It Is supposed ice and frost
on the platform caused him to slip, his
head striking the ties and rails. Mr.
Bushee was in this city a few weeks
since instructing the Masonic fraternities
Bio Not Captured by Mollo.
Pkrnamhuco, Dec. 23. The report
that Rio had been captured by the rebels
has not been confirmed, but the most
startling reports are still in circulation
here. It is announced in a dispatch
from Rio that Admiral Gama and the
insurgent war vessels are off Cobras Is
land and have succeeded in stopping
the collection of revenues from the
cuBtoiu-house, which have, up to the
present, been paid to Peixoto.
Washington, Dec. 23. Both the State
and Navy departments are very positive
today in discrediting the reports that
Mello captured Rio, though it cannot
be positively ascertained. It is believed
one or both departments received ad
vicestotbateffectfrom Rio. Thegeneral
impression, however, is the report waa
merely premature, and that Peixote
would be eventually overthrown.
LES HOtjMlS WAS