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VOL. 28. NO. Kt),
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1891.
(llri'iill nmirt nniivniiiin t1rl Mimilry In Hiy
yeialmr ml ihlrl Mmi'lay In April,
I'mlmio nimrt III aoaaluit Ural Hominy In aai'b
(iiiiiiiiiUaliiiirii piiiirt ini'l drat WtMlnt1y
ttnrrlr.t Miiliilayul t'lli'li niiiiilh.
ILAI'KAMAK AIIHiltAI'T A TIll'HT ;0.
Altra"ta n( ('lai'katuia riminly irumrty a .jut
laity, UiioiI wnrk, r"tniiftlil(i Hiarniia,
Work (iiaritiiti'i'il lilvi. n atrial II
0 Ulniiri'ilB. V . K ImiialiUiiii, J. K.
OHKIlIlN I'lTV, .... IINKIIUN.
II II JIIIINaiiN II W KIJUtSII
JINNAIIIII A JOHNSON.
( IVII. KNUINKKIIH ANI Ht'KVKYOIIS.
Hallway liK'allnii ami I'liiiatrni'lliui, lirl'l(i.
iaiiaainl eallinalii. Inr watr aiiiily,
t'ralhaia ami alraal lin,irovniiH'iil nl liiwiit
Micolal alUHillim kli mi in draughting ami blue
I f. IIAYKH,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW,'
Will prarlli- III all llm rmirta n( Ilia Main.
OBlc., rumor Main ami Mlglilli alrMta, uult
Cnru.r Rlglil ami Main atnwta, Oregon CUv,
HKAI. KHTATK TOHKI.I, ASI)
MONKY TO LOAN.
J L. I'OIITKK,
ATroitNKY AT LAW
iioa(Ta or raoraatr rcai.no.
Orflca nail in Orpfnu City Lank on till etrcol.
Jq 0. T. WILLIAM.
'llK.Al. KHTATK AND WAN AOKNT.
A immI llnaof liualnraa, rixMciioa) ami utiurbati
Farm Property III Ira.!. In lull nu aaay tcrmi.
Currrainni1i.nr Iiriimtlly anawrrt). OrTlt't.
mil il.Nir lu CaiiMil A lluiilly'a ilrm atiira.
1 l A H C LATul'llKI It.
COUNSKt.OKS AT LAW
MAIN KTHKKT, OMKIION CITr, OKKUON.
Punilah Ali'lranii nl Till., Loan Monry. Knr-
clnaa Mortraafa. ami trau.ai-t lirnrral
I .aw lllj.tn.a..
)lts. IIIf KKY A HlCKF.Y,
Permanently locaied In Ort'ifon City at
rooiiiit U l'liriimn Itm tilm k. All Ilia
Utont iiiiIIkiunhi to tlinili'iilKl irull'i'ion.
All work Kiranlil.
J J K. CIIOHH,
ATroKNKY AT LAW.
Will rmiTin m Ai.t t'orari or tmi htati
Kp1 Katitl ami lniiininr.
ORlr on Main H'r H. Ixt. Hlub ami Hpvrtilh,
ORIIIIIN itt. OR.
1 II. I'VH.
Col'NSKLOR AT LAW
ORlcauvar Or.'iton City Bank.
omiioN riTy. oiiiN
IN OTA It Y rUHLIC. URAL F.STATK A
Offlcu In tlio Hoi (imca lliillillng,
Oieinu City, Orvgnli.
, c. aaowxm.L,
a. a. iiait.
IKOWNKI.I. A HKKHriKK
AITOIIXEYS AT LAW, .
Okkion l'it. Ohucioh.
Will prartlra In all thi cimrta nl Itm alate. 01
tire, nrxt ilnnr lu I'aufloltl A Huntli'y'a drug
f 'I'HK KKI.I.OUO HI'llool. OK HKKHS
3 1 rullliig.SH; Morrlann HI. 1'iirlnnil.ur.
LPaamia are nut llnilti'il. r.ai'ii ai iioiar
ran hrlng In a ilrcaa ami la tai'idil In Cut
Dual ami Klnlah rnmiili'tp. I'atli'rna cut
iiiinlr warraiilt'il CullliiB ami fitting a
api-i'lalty. Onli'ra Inr ari'iirillnu I'lnltliig
will ri'ivlvp prompt tti'iilloii.
II. IC. HYDICOan. Aganl.
r. r. wiiitk.
Practical Jlrchitects .f Builders.
Will iiroiar plana, eli'vatlona. working "-
lla, and penlrlratliiiia Inr all klnrla nl Inilld
Inva Bptxilal alloullntl glvnn tn mnilern rnl
Ungna. Katlmalna liirnlaliod on aipllnatlon
Callon oraildrini WIIITK BKOH..
Oregnif City, Ogn
fplIB COM MKIICIAL BANK,
OK OKKdON CITY
TKANaACTa A OgNKRAL BANKING Ut'alKKan,
Ijomm made. 1IIIU dlarminteil. Miikri nil
ioctlniia. Ilnya and lolla cxi'liange nil all pnlnta
tn the Unltt'd Htatra, Kurope and Hong Kong.
I)Cioalta rcul"i'd anlijiirt in check Intercut at
(laual ratca allowed on tlmo ilcpoalta. Bank
open (mm II A. at. to 4 r. u. Hattirdny ovenlngi
from 5 to 7 r. M.
D. 0. LATOUKKTTK, Proaidmit.
r K 1HINALDHON, Canhlor
ANK OK OIIKUON CITY,
Oldest MM Hdiiss U tit City.
Paid up Cajillal, .'K),000.
OXO, A. HAnniNG.
k. o CAiirnii.n.
ciiARi.ga a. CAuriKi.u.
A (oiioral hanking hnalnuaa tranaaolpd.
llppnalta ropulvnd mibjixu to check,
Appmvcd lillla and notca dlrcniinlcil.
Countj and city wiirrnnta bonglit.
Loana nndo on available accnrlty.
Exchange bonglit and old.
Collcctloiir mnilo promptly.
Drain "old .ivallanle In any part o( the world
Telegraphic exchange anld on Pnrlliuld, Ban
Pranctarn, :blciig, and New York.
tntcrcat pal l on time dcpnalta.
Sub Apontaol Til K LONDON .ClIKQUK BANK.
1 1 ( 1 1 s o f u ri i i si i c r s
AltH NOW READY FOIl THE SI'RLVG TRADE.
Compare Tliost Prices With Portland.
Chamber suits S X)
l'ltrliir HiiitH 2! 00
Outer tuMi'M, lurnit 1 7.r
Lounges, raw Hi lk '( 'JO
lii'd lounges, raw nilk 7 r0
Carpet jmti'iit rocker II .10
Divans, (ink, Upholstcrd in
tapestry 8 (X)
Extension tdili'H, Hi x ft 4 fit)
Dining cliairH (5
Kitchen tiihlu 1 (X)
Kitchen chairs 4.1
Hanging lumps 2 .Id
Carpets, yer yard 20
Full lino of crockery.
livery Thing in Stock
Fresh Meat! Wholesome Meat! Tender Meat!
Seventh Street Meat Market,
PETZOLD & CALE, Props.
Try our home cured baniH, maile from grain fed hogs. Our lard in of
our own mako ami
New and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in the bent manner jMisnible. Promptness guaran
teed on all orders.
REPAIRING - jrV - SPECULTY.
Prices the lowent to be had in Portland. Shop on Fourth Street,
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
1. ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
Uow you Can Save Money
When your children need a laxative or stomach
and bowel regulator, buv
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
Fifty doses tor
colds and coughs is upon us. I n order to be pro
pared for an emergency, get a bottle of
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Storos and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
lMIH'I'.N TIIK LOWIINT.
jfafShop corner Fourth and Water streets, back of Pope A Co's, Oregon City
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE.
DR. L. Nl. ANDREWS, Prop.
A Full Line of Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
Patent Medicines of all Makes, Notions, Optical Goods
Full Stock of Machine Oils, Best and Cheapest.
Fine selection of lVrfuniery and Toilet Soaps. And Lead
ing Brands of Cigars.
lMtr.xiiiii'TioN CAHiin i.i.v rn.i.r.i.
Shively's Mock, Oregon City, Or.
manukactukkr of all kinds ok
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK OF FLOOKINOi CEIL1XO, RUSTIC AND FINISH
ING LUMP.EIl, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
Special Dills Cut to Order
Mill and Yard o'lTthTufver, Foot of Main Street,
OUiaiON CITY, OH.
Ruby folding cribs .10
IScdHtfiiilM 1 M
Soring woven wiro 2 00
.NIattri'HHCH, excelsior 2 2.1
Mattresscr, excelsior woil top 2 7.1
Mattrcsser, wool .'I 00
I'illowH, turkey down jut jxiir 2 00
I'illowH. gooHo, pure white... 4 50
Kitchen safes 3 50
Kitchen cuphoardri,gliis8 front 8 00
Kitchen rockers 1 00
Cook stove, No. 7 7 00
Cook atoves, No. 8 8 50
Set of utensils for above 5 00
to Furnish a House.
twenty-hve cents. The season for
Tho bent in the market. Price 21 cents. For sale
at tho CAN BY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
CHINA AND .JAPAN.
Prcpm-liiy; for a Content a Arms
Ovp r Corra.
IVAIt JtAV ItKiOUE (iKNKHAL,
Ciiioii Men Illnnliiic up Ilougea Tralu
Stopper Hfiili'iicfd About
KiHMJili, July W. Tim reirts that '
China Iiiih declared war on Japan are pre-!
n.atiir, but hostilities are inevitable.
Twelve tliuiinaiid troops were sent from j
Tuku Friday, wilh a fleet ol Kunloats. j
It U tuppoHed tbelr destination is Heoul,
with orders to (mlit the Japanese, if the.
latter opimse Chinese oxupancy at any
point intorea. If war is declared, China' ftn open letter to the Hpokesinan-Ke-wlll
make a levy of 20.000 men from each j yiw declines an invitation to represent
province and send a fleet to attack Jap- the people's party in a joint debate in
anese ports. China has notified foreign Whitman county. He puts his refusal
consuls that she is preparing to blockade upo the ground that he will not affiliate
the Woo Kuiik bar. I with a party that officially allies itself
It is generally believed here that the j with an organized attempt to precipitate
Japanese do not desiie a pacific settle- jcvi war. He reiterates his adherence
mentof the Corean dispute. Asevidence 1 to the principles contained in an ad-
of this, attention is called to the fact 1
that as soon as one difficulty is overcome '
japan iinmeuiateiy rallies anomer. ine j
last attitude of the king ofCorea in the
crisis ia supposed to be due to China's!
decided measure toinsist upon herclaims 1
to sovereignty over the Corean penin-1
aula. The rumors that France and Kus-
sia will support Japan against China are
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pronounced to be absolutely groundless.
London, July 23. Dispatches were
received at the Chinese legation from
Tien fain touay showing that war bet
ween China anil Japan has not yet been
declared, but it is admitted that the sit
uation is most grave. The opinion ex
pressed in official circles here is that war
is inevitable. The Chinese and Japanese
ministers today had a long and separate heat was felt here today, and many cases
conference at the foreign offices wilh the' of prostration are reiorted. The ther
officials of the government. Appar- J mometer did not re'ister above 95, but
., . -1 1 1 1 .1 the humidity was more to blame than
ently war can be avoided only by the in-, ie hjgh tpe,,,
terference ol the European powers to
protect the commerce and the lives of Lewibton, Me., July 20. This has
u,.,ir .nl,i..,.i. iri.ni itm iiiinrv lii. li been the hottest day for years. The
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Japan's action will cause them.
' BnlUt Praof Bhi.ld.
Nsw Yokk, July 22. W. A. F. Len
nard of Brooklyn, who has invented a
bullet proof shield, went over to Gov
ernor's Island yesterdav to submit his
invention to a test conducted by army
officers. The officers did not have the
same faith in the shield that the inven
tor had and although the latter urged
that he lie made a target of, the officers
would not consent to it, and the shield
va. fnu.iirin.l nn . Ii fa. .a nt Bit in a aaw
, .' . . ,, ...
oak planking The shield measured lix
1:1 inches and is inches in tliic kne.-s
A shot from a 45 caliber rifle was first
fired the planking from a 40 foot
The bullet penetrated 2 1-16 in
, . ... . . .
V.IICD a II IV nuuu wvia Aaaa ai.w hiiii
was directed at the shield. The first
shot penetrated l1' inches and the 1111-
pulse of the second was checked after a j
ienetraiion of 14 inches. Five Bhots
were fired in all and none succeeded in
piercing the shield. One of the missiles
struck on the edge of the shield and
chipping off a piece, buried itself in the
Union Men Dilng Dynamite.
Uniontown, ra., July 23. At 1 o'clock
this morning a bomb was exploded under
the house of a non-union workman
named Dunbar. The building was
blown to pieces. The family escaped
uninjured. Windows were broken all
over town and chimneys thrown down.
A short time later a bomb was found
under the house of William Bodena, an
other nonunionist. From early in the
evening considerable ehooting was done,
the object being to attract attention to
other points than that at which the dy
namiters were going to make the attack.
Manv people remained on the streets all
ninht. Nearly 2000 strikers have
gathered here today for a meeting, and
many are armed.
A Town of Iraia Wreokari.
Wichita, Kan., July 23 A special
from Pond Creek states that nearly 200
of its citizens have beeu arrested for train
wrecking. Sheriff Hage was the first
man taken and Mayor Frank the second.
The arrests were made by seven deputy
marshals backed by a carload of federal
soldiers. At first the Pond Creek look
outs, stationed on the tops of buildings,
saw twenty soldiers marching from Pond
Creek station and so reported. The citi
zens took their Winchesters in high glee
to give them battle, but while they were
wailing, drawn up in line for the soldiers
to demand their surrender, two unex
pected companies of soldiers rolled off
the train that had justcome from another
direction in great haste. The citizens
then grounded amies and surrendered.
About U. 8. 8enators.
The legislatures of the following states
will ele.:t U. S. senators to take their
seuts next March : Alabama, Arkansas,
Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho,
Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,
Maine, MuHHaclniHctla, Michigan, Minne
Hottt, Mi"HiiHi)ii, .Molilalia, Nebraska,
New llaiiiimliire, New Jerey, North
j Carolina, Oreon, IUioile Inlaw), Kouth
Carolina, 8011th Dakota, TenneniM,
Texan, Virginia, Went Virginia ami Wyo
miiiK twenty-nine In all OI these
1 tliirteeo may lie fonntml on as republi-
jcacan, fourteen as li!inocrati: and two
I ixjpiilist. In sneh states as Delaware,
1 New Jersey, Colorado ami Montana, clone
contents may be exjiec'ed, and if the re-
put'lican tidal wave mill holds out, the
n,!Itt have majority of four
t flye republicans.
Can't Stomach PopolUtio Anarchy,
Bi-okank, July 20. Ex-United States
Attorney Patrick II. Winston, who lant
May withdrew from' the republican
party gnd joined the people's party, in
(ire88 to the people of Washington on the
7ti, of jjy iHt, and declares his belief
that the masses of the republican party
are in flympath with these principles,
Ie gays that the republican party alone
has the confidence of the country.
A EuUr Boorcli.r.
Naw Yobk, July 20.-Tl.e heat today
was a record-breaker. On the streets
B( . r,MTeA. Several ir-
sons succumbed to the heat in the city
during the day, and a number of cases
of prostration were reported in Brooklyn.
Little Falls, N. Y., July 20. This
was the hottest day experienced here in
years, the mercury at 3 o'clock register
ing 114 degrees in the shade.
TtfiHTos . Jnlv 20 Tbp full fffuct of tbe
' .1. ...... .... r.m inn in iiv.
. vnr, ,,iuui(-iv;, ltJiawicM I. vjt.i x'jyj .v. ivu
111 iue duauo.
Banoob, Me.. July 20. This was tbe
hottest day in 20 years. The thermom
eter was quoted at from 99 to 100.
About Imiraae, Prtmiumi.
Sax Fbaxcisco, July 20. The Pacific
Insurance Union proposes to make a
radical change in the sytem of collecting
premiums oh its policies, in view of the
abuse of the credit system. It is proba
ble that a general order will be made
making all premiums payable in cash, or
I by note at 7 percent interest for
1 . , , , .. ,.
period of accommodation. No policy is
to be delivered or risk covered unless
the aseured complies with this arrange-
ment, A further change in connection
! with policies contemplates the limitation
j of a payment to three-fourths of the loss.
I Both changes are ascribed to the exist
j of a pavment to three-fourths of the loss.
ence of industrial disturbances.
As Important Deolilon.
Wasiiisotos. Julv 23.-Secretarv Smith
; today affirmed the action of the general
land office rejecting the applications in
the cases in Ferdinand Garbarro, Theo
dore Barlan, Isaac L. Williams, Serafin
Wunderle, Lou Wark, James Brown,
John Anderson and Timothy Healey to
enter lands near Oregon City, on the
that giound a previous patent was given
to the Oregon A California railway.
Our Candid Advice.
It is seldom that we appear in the roll
of spiritual adviser or family physician,
but there are times when we feel justi
fied in calling the attention of our many
subscribers to an article of true merit.
We feel justified in saying that Moore's
Uevealed Remedy contains more actual
merit than any medicine it has ever been
our good fortune to test. Ons trial will
make you as enthusiastic as the writer.
Kora Dynamita Being Uied.
Oakland' Cal. July 22. Three sticks
of dynamite were discovered under a
freight caboose, which was just ready
to leave the yards. It was tied so that
the motion of the train would cause it
strike the axle and explode. The con
ductor was one particularly, obnoxious
to the strikers.
Tb. 0n and Only Tom Bead.
Biodepokd, Me., July 24 Repre
sentative Tom Reed was renominated by
the republican convention of the first dis
Anotiikr Pionksr Gone. Mrs. Ruth
E. Campbell, tor many years a nurse at
the Good Samaratan hospital, dieil Sun
day night at the hospital, after a linger
ing illness ol over two years duration.
Until E Campbell, wife of the late John
(i Campbell, and daughter of the late
lion. W. W. Buck, all pioneer residents
of Oregon, City was born in Cleveland,
O., in 1S27, and came with her father to
Oregon territory in 1S45. Sprightly and
very attractive, i-he was not allowed to
re iiain long under her father's roof. Mr.
John G. Campbell, a son of one of
Philadelphia's finest old families, wooed
and won her, and they were married in
June, 1S40 Their home soon became
one of the landmarks of the capital citv.
Mie was laid to rest at the cemetery in
this city on Tuesday morning.
He Writes ( hairnian Wilson and
t'reatos a Sensation.
VOKMAX SC0KLS CLEVF.LASD.
He Wantt Free Coal, Iron ant) Wool
and Taxed Sugar Hill De
fends the 1'rraldenU
Wasiiimotos, July 19. Grover Cleve
land has dispatched from the custom of
presidents and for the purpose of influen
cing legislation has addressed a letter
to Chairman WiNon which was made
public in the house today. A 1110112 the
most important utterances are the follow
ing: "The cerUinity that a conference
will be ordered between the bouses of
congress for the purpose of adjusting the
differences on the subject of tariff legis
lation makes it also certain that you will
be called upon aurain to do bird service
in the cause of tariff reform. My public
life has been so cicely related to the
subject, I have so often promised its
accomplishment, to my fellow-country-
meB Ma result of their trust and confi-
jdence in the democratic party, that I
hope no excuse is necessary lor my
earnest appeal to yon that, in this crisis,
yon strenuously insist upon party honesty
and good faith and a stnrdy adherence
to democratic principles. I believe
these are absolutely necessary conditions
to the continuation of democratic exist
ence. "There is no excuse for mistaking or
misapprehending the feelings or the
temper of the rank and file of democracy.
They are downcast under the assertion
that their party has failed in its ability
to manage the government, and they are
much more downcast and apprehensive
in their fears that democratic principles
may be surrendered. Under these nec
essary circumstances, they do wisely to
look with confidence to yoa and those
who with you have patriotically and sin
cerely championed the cause of tariff re
form within democratic lines and guided
bv those principles. This confidence is
vastly augmented by the action, under
your leadership, of the house of repre
sentatives upon the bill now pending.
'Every true democrat and every sin
cere tariff reformer knows that this bill
in its present form and as it will be sub
mitted to the conference, falls far short
of the consummation for which we have
suffered defeat without discouragement;
which, in its anticipation, gives us a
J rallying cry in our day of triumph and
which U so interwoven with democratic
pledges and democratic successes that
our abandonment of the cause and of
the principles upon which it rests means
party perfidy and party dishonor.
"One topic wilt be submitted to the -conference
which embodies democratic
principles so that it cannot be com
promised. We have in our platform,
and in every way possible declared in -favor
of tne free importation of raw -materials.
We have again and again.
promised that this should be accorded to
our people and our manufacturers if the
democratic party was invested with the
power to determine the tariff policy
of the country. The party has now that
power. We are as certain as we have
ever been of the benefit that would ac
crue to the country from the inaugura
tion of this policy, and nothing has oc
curred to release us from our obligation
to secure this advantage to our people.
"It must be admitted no tariff meas
ure can accord with democratic princi
ples and promises or bear the genuine
democratic badge that does not provide
for free raw materials. In these cir
cumstances it may .well excite our won
der that democrats are willing to depart
from this most democratic of all tariff
principles and that the inconsistent ab
surdity of such a proposed departure
should be emphasized by the sugges
tion that the wool of the farmer be put
on tbe free list, and the protection of
tariff taxation be placed around the iron
ore and coal of the corporations and cap
italists. How can we face the people
after indulging in such outrageous dis
criminations and violations of principles?
It is quite apparent this question of free
raw material does not admit of adjust
ment on any middle grounds, since
their subjection to any rate of tariff
taxation, great or small, is alike a vio
lation of democratic principle and dem
ocratic good failb.
Notice of Keniovul.
Mrs. Sladen (nee Miss Watts) is now
doing, business in her new building
opposite the old stand on Main street
w here she intends keeping the latest and
best assortment of millinery at reason
able prices, Summer goods will be
sold at cost for the next 30 days.
for any trace of Antipyriue, Morphine,
Chloral or any other injurious compound
in Kravse's Headache Capsules. 25
ct s. For s:ile by Charnim & Co's.