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VOL 28. NO. 22.
QKEC20N CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY. MARCH 30, 1894.
nirnull nmirl nnvni flrt Mln1ny III No
omimr mill llilnl Mmiilay In April,
I'rntiata court In H'oluli flrat Miiuilaf In i'b
OnHimlxliinxri eimrt meals fl rat Wmllioila
liar tint Monday ul t will nuintli.
HUCKAMAH A II HT It ACT A Tlil'KT CO,
.UtractioM'UckntiiM county liroiHirly i,ik-
laity. (Iikhi work, rpwmaiia niiarit.
Work RiiNrmilrril, Uivm UNittrliil I)
0. Ulimrett, K, K lioiialilniii, i. V.
IlimilclH MTV, .... IIKKOclN.
H H JIIIINxm. D W KINWAIKU.
CIVIL KNOIHKKItHANI UtTHV KYOItM.
Hallway laxailiin ami r.m.iriK'iluii, tjrlltf.
plain aiel optimal, lur WKlor nil'l'lf
lralhai hikI atrwit liiirnmoiit ul Uwn.
HjiorUI ttmitluii (Ivnn to ormiihllnt and Line
f r l ti 1 1 li K
1 It IIAYKH,
ATTOUNKY AT LAW,
Will pmi'llm In ll l! n.iirn lit tli ltv
Onti'v, noiiivr Until and hlghtli utrcxilt, o.olli
yy CAItKY JollNHON,
Corner Klihl ami Main aihwle, Or'i.n (.'lly.
ItKAI. KHTATK TOHKLL AND
MONKY TO LOAN.
ATTOUNKY AT LAW
mnitiii or rsoraarr rinxooiati.
OrBr nil to Origin t'liy Lank mi mil stroet.
O. T. WILLIAMS
'itKAL r.Ht ATK AMI LOAN AHF.NT.
A t llns ul biulim", rWdeurs and aiitiuruaii
Farm rtrty lu tract to mil nu eajf terms.
('nrrtiiitpiirii iimmptly answered. Ofur,
! iJ.Hir tu I'anfleld A llwitltiy'i tlnm elora.
1 II. UYK.
Cul'NSKLOK AT LAW
OnVt) over Orriia City Hank.
OttattioM CITV. 0oo
. DC LATOt ltmK,
COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIM HTHKKTi OaaOO CITY, OKHUOH.
rurnl.h Atrarta ol Tills. Loan Money, fort
cluaa Morttaitra, ami tramact (Jvurrat
J J K. t'HOHS,
ATTOKXKY AT LAW.
IM. PHilTH I IH ALL fl'I'IITa Or Til 8TATI
Rpal btotii and Iniuranre.
Onti' on Main tttr et. Iwt. Hlitli auJ Heveiith,
KOTAKY PUltLIC, HEAL E8TATK A
Offlre In tho i'it omre liullitlm,
Om ii.iii City, Ori'inti.
0. C. imowXHt.L. lKK.
ItOWN'KLI. A PHKHSKR
ATTOKNKY8 AT LAW,
OaaunH City, - Oaoow.
Will praotlre In all theooiirta ol tlii atate. 01
floe, mil lor to Caufleld A II mil Icy 'a dru
riMIK KKI.I,OU(l Hi llOnl. of lUtKHH t'UTT-
I iv.-.! -til U..l..i Ml linrtlanil. Or.
I.m are not IIiiiIIpiI. Kacli arholar
an hrlin In a iln-a ami l tarht to Cut, I
llaate ami Ktnlali coinnlele. I'alti'rna mil I ,
to nnler warrantvil ntlln anJ (IttlUK a I J
menially, onlera tor ai'conl lull riaiunn ;
will reiwlve prompt atlnitlnu. I
v r-. i in r r aam.
a. C. n I LC. vjoii, naoin, Jk
I . . .11 I III 1 1 ' 1
l'ractical jtrchitfiets f Builders.
Will pmpare iilana, elvvallona, worklim dn-
IU, ami aponlflimtlniia lor all klmla of liiulil
liiKa HiH-i'Ul atluiitloii kIvoii to mmlern cot
taea. Katlmatti lurnlalioil on appllctallon
Cation oraiUlroai WIIITK ilUOH.,
OreRou City, 0(0
rpilK COMMEUCIAL DANK,
OF OKKUON CITY.
TRANMAITH A OKHKRAL IUNK1N0 DtlBIN KHR.
Ioana mailo. Dllla dlaooimtvd. Mnkei col
locttotia. llnya and soil exi'linnxo on all poluti
In the Unlliid Htaton, Kurope and IIiiiik Koiift.
lcpoalta renei"(id tulijei't to check Interi-at at
uaiial ratri allowed on time dvponlta. Hank
open from 0 a. M. to 4 r. u. Haturday evenlnga
from 6 to 7 T. M.
D. C. LATOUHKTTK, Pn-aiilent.
V K IIONAI.DHON, Caahlor
JANK OK OltKUON CITY,
Oldest Banklns EQQse In tlie CltF.
Paid up Capital, ..'.O.OOO.
010. A, HARDINQ.
I. 0 CAIirllCI.D
niiAat.su II. CAuriKM).
A lenorul banking bualnena transacted.
Depoalta received tubject to chock.
Approved bllla and notca discounted.
Count; and city warrnnta bought.
Loaiih mvle on avallablo aeourlty.
Exnliange boiiRht and lold.
Collection! made promptly.
Drain aold .tvallaolc In any part of the world
ToleRraphlo eiclmiiRen aold on Portland, Ban
Franclaco, Chlcagjand New York,
Intercut palj on time dopoalta.
iub Arenti of THE LONDON CHKQUB BANK
QREGON CITY IRON WORKS, j
New ami Ktilarod Shop with all appliance" for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in tho bent iimniier poMriiblo. I'romptnoHS guaran
teed on all orders.
Prices" tho lowest to Ik) hud in Portland. Shop on Fourth Street,
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
J. ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
Uow you Can Save Money
When your ehilJren need a laxative or Btomauh
nnl Ixiwel regulutor, buy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
Fifty doHi-H lr twenty-five centH. The Heanon for
eoldn and coughrt in upon uh. In order to be pre
pared fur an emergency, get a bottle of
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
The beet in tho market. Price 2") cents. For Hale
at the CANBY PHARMACY, Cai.by, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
$1.50 Per Year.
The Cheapest and
OREGON CITY JOBBING SHOP.
All kinds of
Tinning, Plumbing and General Jobbing
DONE TO .ORDER ON SHOUT NOTICE.
SEWER AND WATER CONNECTIONS MADE
At the inoHt ivatnnaMe rates.
f tJPAll work is done with a view to hint and satisfy all concerned.
A. W. SCHWAN.
Nhop oai Nrventh Pit., nenr l-i, Oregon
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Storos and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
lMtK'I'.N THE I.OWt:NT.
tfT"Shop corner Fourth ami Water streets, back of Tope 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 Coods
Full Stock Of Machine Oils, Best and Cheapest.
Fine select) t of Perfumery and Toilet Soaps. And Lead
ing Brands of Cigars.
Mti:M itirTioN caki:i'i i.i.y riM.i.i.
Shlvoly's Block, " Oregon City, Or.
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK OF FLOORING, CEILING, RUSTIC AND FINISH
ING LUMBER, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
HSpeclaBill8 Cut to Order heeh:
Mill and Yard on the River, Foot of Main Street,
ORKGON CITY, OR.
Best Paper in
HowIh Fiercely Throughout the
WOKST HTOK.H OK THE HEASOJf.
.Numerous So-called Industrial Arm ie
Throughout the Country Fake
Ht. Paul, March 24. One week mo
I wliun the mercury was 75 degree above
zero.lhe hiitheat readied In March, it was
lioHid that the woritt of the winter had
paused, but this week's weather has
proved otlicrwiHc. During the earlier
purt of the week there were severe
Htoriiis at the heads of the lakes, and
Smith Iiukota aulTiTsd from the same
bllzurd that did so much damage in
N'brahka and Colorado. Laet HlJit
Nobraxka and the Dakota were viHiied
by a storm that in many ways sur
paaiied anything experienced during the
wlntr while all parts of the Northwest
have had a share of it. Along the
southern shore of Lake Superior It is in
the nature of a storm accompanied by
severe gales and some snow is reported
from Dakota. The worst featare of the
storm in most localities was the very
high wind It lias been blowing a gale,
and tonight it continues, while the mer
cury is drooping and zero is promised
before morning. At Minto, N. D., last
night the steeple of the Presbyterian
church was blown down and the people
who were preparing for Easter narrowly
ecaied. Trains were delayed and the
country people were unable to reach
town. Several buildings were unroofed
at ("rookslon. Much (ilas was broken
and the snow drifted badly. At Groton.
8 I)., a young man about 30 years of
age, supposed to be Frank Snell, was
found half a mile south of town frozen to
Mahiji'ettk, Mich., March 24. The
worst blizzard of the winter struck here
this morning. The mercury dropped 20
degrees. The wind tonight is blowing
almost a hurricane, and much damage
feared. Reports from other towns in
upier Michiitan show that the gale and
bllra.Vd is general. .
ropulliU Contingent Xarohing.
Massiluk, Ohio. March 24,-There
seems to be no danger of the soldiers
of Coney's commonweal army starving
The populists along the line of march
are hextirring themselves. At Alliance
a store room has been set apart as com
missary headquarters and this is packed
with in endless variety of eatables. A
farmer near Pittsburg sends word that
he has slaughtered three oxen and will
have them roasted belore the army ar
rives. At Canton arrangements have
been made to give the soldiers their
feast on Monday morning. A carload of
potatoes, flour and provisions of other
kinds baa been donated by farmers of
Greentown, and contributions of money
are coming in from other places.
San Astosio, March 24. The first
company of sixty, of Gen. Fry's so-
called industrial army of one thousand
men, are on their way to San Antonio
and the populiHts of San Antonio have
arranged to feet! and entertain the army
New Money Order Offices. ,
Washington, D. C, March 23 There
will be 138 money order offices and thir
teen postal offices established through
out the country on April 2. The former
will be distributed by States as follows :
Alabama, 2; Arkansas. 1; California, 3;
Colorado, 1 j Connecticut, 2 ; Florida, 3 ;
Georgia, 3; Idaho, 1; Illinois, 2; In
diana, 4; Iowa, 6; Kansas, 3; Kentucky,
2; Louisiana, 8; Maine 8; Maryland, 1;
Massachusetts, 4; Michigan 6; Minne
sota, 5; Mississippi, 3; Missouri, 4; Ne
braska, K ; Nevada, 1 j New Jersey, 1 ;
New Mexico, 1; New York, 5; North
Carolina, 2; North Dakota, 4; Ohio, 1;
Oklahoma, 6; Oregon, 3 j Pennsylvania,
2; South Carolina, 6; South Dakota, 1;
Tennessee, 2; Texas, 13; Utah, 1; Ver
mont, 5; Virginia, 2; Washington, 3;
The postal-note offices are distributed
i follows: California, 2; Washington,
3; Arkansas, Indian Territory, Louis
iana, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Penn
sylvania and Tennessee, 1 each.
No New Trial! for Them
Portland, Or, , March 24. Judge Bel
linger in the United States district
court this morning rendered a decision
denying the motion for a new trial in
the case of the United States against C.
J. Mulkcy, William Dunbar and P, J.
Oolorad.'a Industrial Army.
Dknvkr. March 24. Bert Hamilton, a
civil engineer and actor, is organizing an
army similar to tho Coxey army to go to
Washington and demand free coinage of
silver, the construction of a new railroad
from the Ohio river to the Taciflc coast
and other legislation in the interest of
the western portion of the United States
He had called a meeting of the unem
ployed for tomorrow night and meetings
will be held throughout the week to
promote the movement and effect an or
ganization. The start will m made next
Saturday and Mr. Hamilton expect to
leave Colorado with at least.VXM) men and
gain recruits all along the line. The army
will demand free transportation from the
f rendergtit iotlng a Fart
Chicago, March 24. By an agreement
between the attorneys, the hearing of the
question of Assassin Prendergast't insan
ity is postponed till Tuesday.
During the arguments for a contiuance
the prisoner became very obstreperous,
demanding that he be heard, and de
livering, finally, a long talk on his rights
in the matter, and frequently interrupt
ing proceedings by loud demands that
the trial proceed at once.
Before he was removed from the court
room, Prendergast became violently
angry with the balifTs, who attempted to
silence him, and, screaming with rage,
fought them fiercely. He was finally
lifted up bodily and carried out.
SiATTi., March 21 Ex-city treasurer
Adolph Krug, convicted of unlawfully
using the city's money, was tonight sen
tenced to seven years at hard labor in
the penitentiary. An appeal has been
taken and he will remain out on bonds.
The motion for a stay of judgment was
denied. The principal ground for the
motion was tnat the present city charter
is invalid and therefore Krug has never
been a public officer. If the supreme
court sustains Krug's attorney's position
on the point, it will invalidate all bonds
and street grading ordinances, etc., for
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Furnished Erery Week by the Clacka
mas Abstract and Trust Company.
0 4 C R R Co to Tranz Kllinz ee1 of
sec2U, t 2 a, r5e 40 acres f 171
J W Thomas to Jos U Campbell 19
acres in sec 20, t 5 I, r 2 e 1
0 4 C R R toThemas D Phelps se
of sec 5, t 2 s, r 5 e, liiO acres 440
J L Evans and wife to A Hermann
e! of seV4' of sec 24, 1 4 s, r 2 e 80
acres.........!..".....:'.' '.. 350
A Hermann and wife to Mary A
Evans 8 acres in t 3 a, r 2 e 3o0
Geo Waldron and wite to Chas Ritz
enthaler and wife a4 of se'j of
sec 30, 1 3 8, r2e 2000
Chas Ritzenhaler and wife to Geo
Waldron and wife 1 acrs in the
Fisher D L C No 44. t 2 s, lie.. 300
Chas Ritzenhaler and wife to Geo
Waldron and wife land in t 2 8,
E H Millard and husband to Eliza
beth Uenretty lota in Oswego 3500
John Mathiesen and wife to D VV
Hoelbing ne'4' of se of sec 17, t
3 , r 5 e . 270
John Zins and wife to Geo Brown
and wife parts of Joseph Parrot'B
D L C No 43, 1 3 8. r 1 e 300
John Zins and wife to P C Solle and
wife land in see 23, t3s, rle... 500
E L Davidson to Helen Montour
lots 7 and 8 in block 17, South
F. E Morand to W K Agnew lots 41
and 32 in blk 69 Minthorn 300
F Matthias to Jonana Matthias shj
of wn' of nel4 of sec 10, t 2 a, r
3 e 10
Henry Richter and wife to Martin
Richter 20 acres in 1 3 s, r 1 e. . . . 900
L M and C A Arnoudts to Phillipp
Chaperon 320 acres in t 3 s, r 3 e 450
O A C R R Co to Wm Johnson land
in t 5 8. r 3 e 840
0 & C R R Ce to Rhys Gwynn ne
of the set, sec 10, t 6, r 2 e 100
F Herdliska to R C Herdleska lot
lObik 30 O I A S Co's 1st add to
Elmer Heirs to Frank Spoor 150
acres in t 5 b, r 2 e ,. . . . 1333
S H Dix and wife to W H Wilson
se4 of nw4 of sec 34, 1 4 s, r 3 e
40 acres 200
Having purchased the copyright of
Thome's Title Abstract Indexes giving
us sole right to use them in Clackamas
county, and the abstract books compiled
and formerly owned by Thorne & Son.
we are prepared to furnish complete
and accurate abstracts of title and to
correct or extend old abstracts. We
solicit your patronage and guarantee
first class work. Office over Huntley's
Clackamas Abstract & Trust Co.
will do you as much good as the one that
buys Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. This
is what you get with them : An absolute
and permanent cure for Constipation,
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Not just temporary relief, and then a
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Blank note, receipt and order books
at the Entkki'riss office .
A NEW TREATY-
iNegotlated by the Administra
tion Its Feature.
Pacific Coat and Westerners Dent
Like the PrerUlons of the
Wahhnoton, March21. The senate
committee on foreign relations has been
considering an important Chinese treaty
negotiated by the new Chinese minister
and Secretary Gresbam. The treaty waa
sent to the senate some time auo, and
referred to the foreign relations com
mittee, where it has been considered
and discussed in all its details. As ne
gotiated, the treaty practically eeta
attide and supersedes the Scott exclu
sion act and the recently enacted Geary
law. It is an immigration treaty, and
provides for the admittance of Chinesw
immigrants tinder restrictions. It also
has for its object the protection of the
Chinese already in this country. While
it does not repeal the Geary law, it is
said to render it nugatory in many par
ticulars. The treaty will have a stormy
time in the senate. The Pacific Coast
and western senators are already vigor
ously fighting it and they have sup
port from those eastern senators who
have always oppoeed Chinese immigra
tion and supported vigorous exclusion,
laws. The new treaty runs for twenty
years, and at the expiration of twenty
years, if neither government shall give
notice to the other of its intention to
have it terminated, then it shall remain
in force another twenty years.
During the life of the treaty Chinese
are prohibited from entering the coun
try, except on ce-tains conditions, Pro
vision is made for the return of any
Chinamen who has a lawful wife, chil
dren or parents in the United States,
property to the amount of $1,000, or
debts due to that amjtint. In order to
secure the benefits of this provision a
Chinaman must leave with an officer of
the United States a description of hie
family or property and secure a certifi
cate for his return. He must also re
turn within a year, which may be ex
tended another year in case of sickness
or other causes beyond control. The
Chinese government is to take greater
precautions to prevent the coming of
Chinese laborers to this country.
For as Island Kepnllio.
Sax Fbancisco, March 22. The
Evening Post says it has positive in
formation that letters recalling Lorin A.
Thurston, Hawaiian minister to the
United States, are now on their way
to Washington, and that he will be
requested to hurry home as speedily as
possible. Its information also is that
a permanent republican government is
about to be established in Hawaii.
The statement is partly confirmed by
recent advices from Honolulu.
Oregon State Sundaj School Convention
The Ninth Annual Convention of the
Oregon State Sunday School Association
will be held in the First M. E. church
in Salem, opening Wednesday May 2d,
1894, at 2 P. M. and closing Friday,
May 5 at noon. This is a mass conven
tion. Every person interested in Sunday
school wotk is cordially iuvited. Every
school in the state is urged to send as
many delegates as possible. The pres
ence of Mr. William Renolds, Interna
tional Field Superintendent, will add
much to the value of the meetings.
None can afford to miss them. Attend
ance will open your eyes, and give you
fresh courage for another year's efforts.
The names of all exoecting to be pres
ent and desiring entertainment should
be sent to W. W . Brooks, Salem not
later than April 23rd.
Delegates buyiug full fare to Salem
will receive certificates at convention
entitling them to return trip tickets at
one-third fare over Southern Pacific lines.
The Oregon Pacific railroad will also
make special rates of one and one-naif .
fares for round trip.
We want you there. Come !
F. R. Cook,
Secretary State Sunday School Asso
Attention Fruit Growers.
The first quarterly meeting for 1S94 of
the Clackamas County Horticultural
Association will be held in Oswego on
Thursday the 19th day of April, 1894, at
10 A. 51. Address of welcome by Mr.
Garrisch, response by Gilbert Robins.
As it is important that this organization
be perpetuated all fruit growers should
attend. J. Casto,
Mid-Winter Fair excursion tickets,
Oregoa City to San Francisco and return,
via Southern Pacific Co's Shasta Route,
will be placed on Bale January 23rd.
Rate $27.60, including five admissions
to the fair. Tickets good for thirty daya
from date of sale.