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VOL 28. NO. 41.
OKECION CITY, OREGON, Fit I DAY, AUGUST 10, 1891.
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imiiH.r ml Ihlnl Wiiielay In April,
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'iiHiiilliinra ciiirl lunula flrat Wwluoailajr
llor Aral Mniulay (if sab nioiuli.
K.ACKAMAH AllHTHAl'T A Tltl'KT CO.
Alrai'la ' Clsekaniaa roniil y pruimrty api.v
tally. Om arms, ri'aawlialiln rliarana.
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C laluiunita, f. K limmlilxiii, J, K.
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II II jllllNlMiN D W KISIUINII
TlNMAIUli A JOIINHON,
( "I VII- KNUINKKHiTaNI HI'liVKYOIlH.
Hallway Iwailuii mil (iiiiiatriii'ilnii, iirlclKa.
laii ami lliiiala ur water atiiply.
Iralim. ami alrnot liniirciretnmil ul Imaua
Spwilal alteiillmi gln'ti loirau(lillnt ami Mas
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will r.rartli'i In all tha cnurla nf (ha aiatn.
Offlm. miriiar Malu ami hlghlll alrrala. ui.puail
T CAHKY JOIINSolt,
Coruar Kl.lil au1 Main alroals, Ormnn dir.
UK A I. KHTATK TO HEM. AND
JloNKY TO LOAN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
assiatcra or rrTY rcNiaiii.
Orflna nit lo ()riin City bank on Stli atrenL
"( 1 O. T. WILLIAM.
IlKAl, KHTATB AM) WAN AOKNT.
A I'xxl Una of bualtipaa, wtldmc ami auburlun
Farm Properly Id lrala lu aull uu aaay terms.
riirriainni1nr nniniplly siiaa-rrwl. Oftloa,
fiaildiHir loCaunalil h lluullvy'i ilrua auira.
Tll7U. c7 LATOl'KKTI 11.
COUNSELORS AT LAW
NUN HYHKICT. OHKOON CITY, OKKOOK.
Furniah At.airsris of Tula. Uvan Mnaay. Fora
olua Miriaiiia. ami transact liourral
iRS. IllCKKY A HICKEY,
Permanently located In Oregon City at
rooms (1 (barman Bros block. Ail the
liiloat appliance to the dental priilfceion.
All work guaranteed.
J It. WO. " ' '
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WIU I'aAlTH I IN ALL CllTS or THS STATS
Krat Kalata ami Inmraur.
OITlc on Main Hi r el. UL 8ltb and HcrMth,
oaiiioN (itt. i a-
Q II. DYH. " " "
COl'NSKLOR AT LAW
Omca orar Orrjon Cliy Rank,
oaacmn city. oatoon
J M. HAM'S, t
UOTARY PUBLIC, UK A I. KSTATK A
Oltlro In tho piiat Oitlca Itullitlni,
U'oann Cliy. Orrfnu.
out. c, aanwHU.L.
A. & IIKI-
ATT0RSKY8 AT LAW,
0koh City, Owooh.
Will nrarllre In all tlianiiiru of lh alate. 1)1-fl.-i.,
no xl tliMir to Caullalil A lluiulry a il rug
-r i ii I
f IMIK KKI.t.mOWII(MK PKK8H
I riiiilmi :U7 Mnrrlaiin Hi. I'urlaml.Dr.
r....i,i r not 11 111 1 tf.l . F.arh arholar
can brim In a ilraaa au.1 la lai'alit to Cut
lu.li. ami Flnlali wmwrw. rainrii rui
loonier warrants! t ullliiB an.l flllltig a
apiiolalty. UDIora inr aiiroriiinii i-iaiuua
will riMvlva prompt atlrntlou.
H. 1C. IIYOIC, Ooti. Aunt.
2'rnctlcal JrcMtecti if- JltdMerj.
Will prepare plana, elnatlilia, working clo
t lla. anil apat'incatlom lor all klnila ol Imilil
lima Hpxclal atli'iillon lvon to mixlorn out
UaVa. 'K.llm.toa lurul.l...l on aPP ...lion
Call on orlilroaa WHITB BBtW.,
Oregon City, Ogn
UK COMMKHCIAL HANK,
OF ORKUON CITY.
TRANHACTI A OKNRRAL II AN Kl HO Rl'alNlfra.
Loana maila. Bills rllicmiiitetl. Makea col
lectlona. Buya and aolla aichanK on all points
In tha Unltcrl States, Europe ami Hong Kong.
Ilepoalts reoel-ed subjent to oheok . Interest at
uiual rales sllowed on time deposits. Bank
open Irora 9 A. M. to 4 r. u. Baturilay evenings
from 6 to 7 r.M.
0. 0. LATOURKTTK, Prealilnnt
v K. K DUN ALDBOK, Cashier
ANK OF OKEGCN CITY,
Oldest BanklRi Hens. In the Cltr.
Paid up Capital, IM.000,
010. A. HA SHI NO.
x. a. CAtiriRi.D.
CHASI.RS H. CAUFIRLD,
A lennral banklni business transsctod.
Deposits recolved subjuot to check.
Approved bills aud notes discounted.
County and oltr warrants bought.
Loans made on available soourlty.
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections made promptly.
Krafts sold avallanle In any part of the world
Tolegraphlc exchanges sold on Portland, Ban
Francisco, flhlcagaand New York.
Interest pal J on time dopnalts.
tub Acoutsof THE LONDON .CHEQUE BANK,
Bllomy 9 Bief?, llousef urnislicrs
A IMC NOW KKAUY FOIL THIS HI'ItlNG TKADH.
Compare These Prices Willi Poriljind.
Contor tubk'H, lnr
I,(niiigi'H, rnw ti lk ...... .
llrd lniiiiui'ri. raw Milk . . . .
C'arjift tmtciit rocker
llivttnn, oak, I'jiholriU'nl i
KxtcllHilill tl'I'lc'H, ni x ft.
Kiti'licn tiiM'i 1
Hunting In in pK 2
Full lino of crockery.
Every Tiling in Stock
Fresh Meat! Wholesome Meat! Tender Meat!
Seventh Street Meat Market,
PETZOLD & CALE, Props.
Try our home cured lminn, inaJo from grain fed hogs. Our liird is of
our own muko and absolutely pure.
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
New ami Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in tho Lest inanner poKniblo. Promptnorta guaran
teed on all orders.
RBPAIHINO - A - SPEOIAL1 Y.
Prices tho 'lowed to be had in
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
. ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
Uow you Can
pared for an emergency, get a bottle of
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
J. JONES & SON,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
ikici:n the i.owknt.
tr-Sliop 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 Goods
Full Stock Of Machine Oils, Best and Cheapest.
Fine selection of Perfumery and Toilet Soaps. And Lead
ing Brands of Cigars.
ritUHCHirTIONM CAIIKMII.I.V I'lI.I.I'lk.
Shi vely'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.
; ; :SpeclaJlBHl8 Cut to Order
Mill and Yard on the ItiverTFoot of Main Street,
ORKGON CITY, OR.
liaby folding cribs 13 60
licilHteiuls 1 W)
Soring woven wire 2 (X)
Mattresses, excelsior 2 2"
Muttresser, excelsior wool top 2 75
MattreHKor, wool 3 00
Pillows, turkey down per pair 2 00'
Pillows, gooso, pure white... 4 W
Kitchen safes 3 50
Kitchen cupboards, glass front 8 00
Kitchen rockers 1 00
Cook stove, No. 7 7 00
Cook stoves, No. 8 8 60
Set of utensils for above 5 00
to Furnish a House.
Portland. Fhnp on Fourth Htrect,
When your children need a laxative or Btoniach
and bowel regulator, buy
Fifty doses lor twonty-hve cents. The Beason for
colda and coughs is "upon us. In order to be pre
The best in the market. Prico 25 cents. For sale
at the CANBY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
HIS JUST KEWAKD.
Sunfr, Murder of President Car
not lo be (luillolined.
THEY moil (jlKE.X MUOKAI.AM
('utile Thieve. In Kuiturn Washington
EiiKHfe In Lively Fuillude
Lyoxk, Aii((. 3. There were few ieople
hkmiiiiI the paluce of justice when the
trial of riiuito, aasnin of Presi'lent Csr
not, was resumed yesterday for the con
eluding proceedinKH. After the last or
the U'htimony had leen heard, the jiroe
ecutiiiK attorney reviewed the details of
the trial , and demanded the Jury not to
hesitate to do their duty. M. Dudreulle,
for the deft-rise, made an appeal for the
prisoner. At noon the jury retired, and
after an alwice of fifteen minutes an
nounced the verdict, ''Guilty, without
extiiiiuat!nK circunmtances." Presiding
Judge M. Creuillav pronounced sentence,
"Diatli hy the guillotine." Caesario ex
claimed "Vive la revolution aociale!"
The prisoner was immediately hurried
to his cell. Ai he left the courtroom tie
criedi'V-ourage, comrades; vive P anar-
chle " In spile of the defiant att it Ide,
hia habitual smile disappeared when
sentence was pronouced, M. Iu
breuille gave notice of apical, and aeked
that the presiding judge's charge to the
jury at the opening of the session Le en'
tared on the records.
Ths Bams Old Story. '
Washington, Aua. 7. Chairman Wil
son and his associate liause conferrees
scored a victory today when, the house
democratic caucus, railed with a view
of lerminatina; the tariff hill by instruct
Injt or advising the house conlerrees, ad
journed without action. The effect of
tills was to leave the house conferrees
to proceed as they see best, and to show
cotmpicuoUHlv that the effort to adviee
them had failed. The friends of Wilson
said they had the cancans so well in
hand that they could have passed ttie
T !ul,..i,.n ul,,iinn ,.Tiii,lr ennll.
detice.bat there was no desire on the
part of the supporters of the conferrees
to take this course. Speaker Crisp and
Chairman Wiliton expressed themseles
as gratified with the conclusion, and
among the rank and file of the senate the
sentiment was general that the movement
inaugurated to bring about an accept
ance of the senate bill had resulted in
materially strengthening the opposition
to the senate bill.
Washington, Aug. 7. Gorman, in an
interview, says the house conferrees on
tariff has just forty-eight hours longer to
agree. If an agreement is not raached
then he says the senate will break off
further negotiations and put sugar on
the free list. He declares a bounty on
sugar, which the Louisiana senators
want, will not be continued for this year.
Rather than do this, eugar w ill be placed
on the free list, and this, he added, will
be a loss of 20,000,000 revenue annually.
He declares the president and senate
conferrees want sugar taxed.
Tba Work of Findi.
Coknellsville, Pa., Aug. 4. A bloody
affair occurred at Leisinring this even
ing, which shows the spirit of the etrik
Inir Slavs is not subdued. While Sam
Matthews, who recently deserted thei
strikers, was returning home from work,
a number of Slavs who were passing
by attacked him. Matthews was cap
tured, and then followed one of the
cowardly, cruel scenes the Slaves have
so often enacted in this region. The fug
itive, hemmed In by numbers, struggled
desperately to protect himself. A big
Slav pushed in and struck at his neck
with a knife. Matthews threw out his
arm and the blade was buried in it above
the elbow. Dodging another blow, the
weapon penetrated his shoulder. There
was a storm of blows and every hand
striking them held a knilo. The poor
man was bleeding dreadfully, but be
kept his wita and thus escaped more
than one of the fatal thrusts, when two
cowardly Slavs struck him from behind,
stabbing him in the back almost sim
ultaneously. Then he was thrown un
der foot, being kicked and trampled,
while the men stooped to stab him in
helpless condition. A crowd that had
been drawn by the attack charged on
the Slavs, drove them back and rescued
the wounded man. He was carried to
his home, efforts made to staunch the
blood and a physician summoned. His
wounds will prove fatal. He is now in
an unconscious condition. The Slavs
who did the stabbing fled and have not
yet been arrested.
Fight With Cattls Thlevss.
Walla Walla, Aug. 6. Particulars of
an exciting fight between cattle-thieves
and officials near Payton Friday night
were received here this tnorn'ng. For
some timo it has been suspected that
White, rettyjohn and Lloyd were leaders
of an organized band ol cattle-thieves.
Friday afternoon Sheriff Dixon, of Gar-
field county, and Ieputy Hherifl" Allen,
of Columbia county, went out to arrest
them. The officers stationed themselves
at a .fiint above Dayton and awaited the
coming of the men. Upon their appear
ance, the ollicers ordered them to throw
up their hands, hut instead, rettyjohn
and Lloyd threw their Winchesters into
view and commenced firing. A running
fight then occurred, the officers gradually
gaining iin the men. About 60 shots
were fired. Deputy Sheriff Allen was
shot through the right leg by Lloyd.
Both Pettyjohn and Lloyd were shot
through the legs, and were finally cap
tured and taken to Dayton. One of
Lloyd's legs was broken and will have to
lie anipu'ated. Several days ago the
officers learned that arrangements bad
been made by the thieves with one
Church to deliver him cattle, and this
lei them to make an attempt to
the men. Church having posted the
ollicers, cannot now ne louna is sup-
posed he has beer, made away with by
members of the gang.
Democratic, of Conns.
BiKMisiiiiAM, Ala., Aug. 7. Returns;
official nd unofficial, but practically cor-1
rect in every instance, from all but eight !
counties, show an ameirate majority of i
38,000 for Gates and 12,000 fur Kolb, plat-
inn Oates' net majority at 26.000. The
eight places to hear from will increase Great Britain must adhere to the doc
Oates majorily. The legislature is safely ! trine that it Is not for fighters to decide
democratic, the democrats having two- J1"1' ' "! what l not contraband ol
thirds of he senate and a majority of wr, regardless of the well established
from 8 to 15 in the house. At Kolb's
state headquarters here, Kolb and bis
Jeaders are refusing to be interviewed,
and aie giving the public no figures, but
are claiming a majority of 15,000 and the
election of the entire state ticket. Some
of them say that Kolb will be seated by
force of arms, if ueceasary.
Montgomery, Ala., Aug. 7. Captain ; and return of the unfortunate man's
Kolb comes out in a long letter today, ! body and papers, also that the Chinese
claiming bis election ovet Oates by a I government make an apology for the oc
niBjority of not less than 18,000. After , currence and provide proper comiiensa-
giyit.g t.'ie opposition every white county,
which they have carried fraudulently or
otherwise, he charges his opponents with
committing groes frauds. He says the
i.wii.n.-....c -..Wu iy.
Ol 11, . our sirenKui in fliauinoo
county this year is much more strongly
'developed man in when we carried
me county oy aixiui wo majuniy .
Montoomeby, Ala., Aug. 7. Complete
returns, unofficial but reliable, from
every county except two. make the dem
ocratic majority 26,124. The official
count in the counties will take place Sat
urday. Ths Taooms liter But Fair.
Tacoma, Aug. 6. The Northwest in
terstate fair to be held here from August
15 to November 1, is to be great big
exposition. That is a fact of which the
people of the Northwest have been but
lately convinced. To such an extent
did the flood and strikes set back the
enterprise, that many feared it could
not be held at all. Notwithstanding all
the difficulties that they found in their
war, the business men of Tacoma, who
have the project in hand, determined
that the fair should be held, and that too
on a big scale. The past two weeks hasjsewks- In his opinion, the Japanese gov
shown they are capable of carrying out
what they promise. The very best
amusement enterprises to be had in the
United States have been secured; the
influential business men of the common
wealths the fair aims to represent have
i become interested ; an exhibit of the re
sources of the entire Pacific Northwest
on a grander scale than ever belore at
tempted, has been secured j counties and
states are vieing with one another to
have the best exhibit at the fair, and
last, but not least, there is enoui:l
money on hand and in sight to open the
fair as advertised, August 15, without
one cent of debt. All this require
work, and lots of it, but that work is
going on with a rapidity and vim that is
Tha Btata Appealed To.
Omaha, Aug. 6. An appeal for ths
drought-stricken portion of Nebraska,
signed by a committee claiming to repre
sent lanre interests, was today sent to
the governor. The committee explains
tharit has reason to believe, from what
it has been told, that thousands of fam
ilies will either starve, emigrate or be
fed by charity unless the peopte as a
whole provide for them. The coraunttee
suggests as a solution to the problem
that a special session of the legislature
be called immediately to devise a state
system of irrigation, and that those in
the drought districts be given employ
ment in the ditches . Governor Crounse
is at present out of the state. The im
pression is that the crop failures are not
complete, and with economy little act
ual suffering will result without state aid.
' A 8eoond Fire.
Chicago, Aug. 2. A fire which start
ed just beyond the limit of last night's
great couflagration broke out late to
night followed by a furious gale of wind.
Sixty-five engines were called out and
after two hours hard work the fire was
gotten under control". The loss reaches
into the hundreds of thousands.
airports Indicate Active Prepa
ration for the Fray.
JAPAN WILL EOTH'i'EI) FOR WAR.
England's Commercial Initlnet
creased American Exports to
Feed the Fighters.
Lonoo, Aug. 6. In the house of
commons today Sir Edwin Gray, in reply
to a question from Mr. Gourley, a prom
inent ship owner, said that Japan bad
promised that no warlike operations
should be undertaken against Shanghai
a.id its approaches on the condition that
Ifbina does not obstruct the approaches
si,,,,;. jajsn contends that the
r(0wer. nayJ no ri(fh( to i(lterfere with
neutral vessels, except in the event of a
blockade, due notice of which should be
given, or in cane of carrying of con'ra-
band of war. It would be dangerous for
Great Britain to define by s general
statement what is notcontraband of war.
Coal has been held not to be contraband
of war, as s rule, but i was possible in
some cases that it might become so.
rights of neutral people.
FEELi.NO AOAIXST FOBS ION EBS.
Tieh-Tsix, Aug. Jules Deutril da
Rhinea, an eminent French explorer,
has been murdered at Thibet and his
body thrown into the river. The French
enyoy has addressed a protest to the
l government demanding the recovery
tion for the family of the murdered man.
HELD kESFONSlBEE FOB THE PLAOCi.
Washington, Aug. 6. Some idea of
the feeling entertained by the Chinese
towtrd foreigners, which baa caused
j anxiety for the safety of Americans, is
given in the report of the Canton plague
received today at the marine hospital
bureau, Consul Seymour, writing under
date of June 23, says:
"Natives are trying to blame foreigners
for the plague, and have stirred np riots
in Canton and the surrounding country."
ON THIS SIDE.
Tacoma, Aug. 6. Captain W. K.
Bridgman, of the United States navy,
who has commanded the ciuiser Balti
more for the last two years, returned
here tonight, on two months leave of ab
sence, having left the Baltimore at Che
mulpo, Corea, July 12. He regards the
Oriental war as an unequal contest, with
odds largely in favor of Japan, which, he
says, has a splendid navy and an army
as well organized as that of any Euro
pean country. Japan, he thinks is sure
to win, unless China is given time to
make war preparations on a gigantic
emment has been endeavoring to force
the war in order to detract attention
from internal political dissensions.
WOl'LD BK A GOOD RIDDANCE.
Connelsville, Pa.,. Aug. 6 Valen
tine Nowackie, the leader of the foreign
ers of the coke strikers, proposes to
make an ofler to the Japanese govern
ment to furnish 5000 soldiers in their
war against China. The Slavs have
been trying to find a place to go and
leave the coke regions. Nowackie will
confer at once with the Japanese lega
tion in Washington. He is a soldier and
so it is claimed, is every available coke
striker in the region.
WAB CLOl'DS SILVER LINING.
London, Aug. 6. Two fast vessels left
England Satarday, flying the Spanish
flag. Another will follow in a few days.
These three vessels are partly fitted out
as cruisers' and will be transferred on the
high seas to the Japanese government.
AI) munitions of war now loading for
both China and Japan will clear under
the Spanish and Portuguese flags.
WITH I'B IT IS FLOUR AND MEAT.
San Francisco, Aug. 6. The steam
er Gaelic sails tomorrow for China and
Japan with a large freight list that com
prises 15,000 barrels of flour, nearly 3000
csns ol assorted meats and about 1000
barrels of beef and pork.
A Stag, Celebrity.
Boston, Aug. 5. Patti Rose, the well
known soubrette, died today. She was
the wife of John W. Dunn. Patti Rose
had intended to leave for Newport the
last of the week to spend several weeks
belore entering on an extensive tour
which had been mapped out for her.
Not being in good health, however, she
decided to undergo a medical examina
tion, and Monday last it was found that
she was suffering from a severe form of
appendicitis. She was operated on at
St. Francis' hospital Tuesday, from the
effects of which Bhe died today.