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VOL 20. NO. 27.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1895.
(llrenll nnurt duivanna drat Mimilajr III No
VnilHr ami Ihlnl Mmiilay In April.
Probata ciiurt In miuIiiii Or Hi MmiiUy In r:h
)iimmlaalmiira court mwla fl rati WndiiKmliijr
attar n rm Monilny of each nionlli.
(1 K(). 0. MNKAHSUN,
ATTORNEY AT J.AW.
Will 1 rm't ! In nil court" tif llm atale.
Onlni III JnMKtr HilH'lliiK otrMiille Court Home.
C1 (IHlMiN K. II VVKH,
All I. n"l icirtll' rn ttii'inlfi In r i in t 1 y
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Mill prmMli'i lirfme nil rniiru, lnnrNii''t
w r I It on In nil IrmlliiK rom .n !
1 Kll I.. STOHY, I
ATTORNEY AT I.AW.
t'atalra o'malt Court llotiae.
Tllloa eaauilnr.l ami ali.lracta ina'tiv Mono)! ,
limtrtl, Muruiifi fnrrrlmi'il anil '
lnral law tmiillli'.a.
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). K lmiia.
M. W TIO'WI'M'N
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THOMPSON I i HI Km II.
attoknk'yh at law.
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A II I', W. 'Ii.iiiiU', I'ortlaml.
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llrlllah Mi'K'aullli'. 1 1 a iii lu in "I llrnuiaii
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Ulty. (iiHul win k, rrnftoiialili rtiarui-i.
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M H JIIIINIMIK II W KINKilllll.
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itnllway iM'allmi ami ruiiairiirtlnii, lirlilnca.
lauaaul ral I inatra lor water iuiily
Iiralnaio ami ilrtrl linprinrlnrnl ul Inwiia.
Htoclal mirnlliiii (Urn In Oraii)itlli( ami blue
r i'akk y John mon,
t'orimr Kliiht ami Main alrrrU, Orrgoo (Mly,
ItRAI. KHTATK TOHKI.L AND
Mi INKY TO 1.0 A K.
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nriNAiTa or rkm-aaTT rcasiaiian.
Offln licit lo Ori'tmi (Mly Unk on lllli atrri'i.
1 O. T. WU.I.IAMri,
HKAI. KHTATK A.NI LOAN AliKNT.
A ihmI lln ol bnalnraa, realilrnre ami atiliiirlian
Farm l'niirty In Irucl. to aull nil )' Itrmi.
0(irniiiiii1i'iir iinimiilly anawcrcil. Ofllre,
neil ilmir lo (.'anrirlil A lliintluy'i lru( ator.
II. 4 II. C LATOPKRITR,
COUNSKLOHH AT LAW
MAIN MTaKKT. OKKOON CITY, OHkOON.
rurnlah Aliatraflla nt Tltlo, lian Money. Foro
clnac Hiirtiiaitfa, anil Irannacl (irueral
J K. (.'IHIH8,
ATTOHNKY AT LAW.
Win FSACTica ih AM. CofKT or the Htati
Heal Katate anil Inauranrr.
Cm (' on Main Hlr tit lift. Hlxlh anil Hovcnlh,
OKICIIOM CITY, OS.
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Officii over Ori'iron City Hank.
ORKflON CITY, ORKIION
USD. C SHOWNKM..
a. a naxiuita.
UOWNKI.I, & HKKSSKK
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OaanoN City, -
Will irartlro In all tln oimMa o( the atBte. 01
(Ire, mi it duor to Caurltilil A llnntley'a drug
rpilK COMMKUC1AI. HANK,
OF OHKOON CITY.
Capital, ' - IM
TRANSACTS A ORKIfkAI. BANKING BCSINKSS.
IiAtia mailo. Hllla ilttcniintetl. Make nil
lectlnna. lltiya ami aella ext'hanno on all poliiti
In the United Statea, Knrnpe and Hong Kong.
l)oalH rcol'-ud mliject to chock Intcrnat at
liiiial rstei allowed on tlmo deposits. Bank
open Irom S A. a. to 4 r. M Saturday evonlngt
from ft to 7 P. M.
0 C. LATOUKKTTK, President.
K E liONAhPSON, Caahlor
yANK OF OKKOCN CITY,
Oldest Banking House In the City.
l'nlil up Capital, $.rA0tK).
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oko, a. ii a am no.
I. o CAtriKi.n,
CHAII.SS H. CAHFIRl.D.
A (eneral lianklng bnslncsH trHiimioleU
OepoalU received antijoci to check.
Approved Mil and notes discounted.
Cotintj and city warrant! bought, ,
Loans mule oil available security.
Exchange bought and sold. , '
Colleotloni mado promptly.
Dralta sold avallaolc In any part 6f the world
Tolegraphlo exoliangea eold on Portland, Bau
Fraaolsco, fliiloagaand New York,
Interest palJ on time depoilu.
gab ArentaolTBE LONDON CUKQUK BANK.
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HickncHH an skilled mcilical nttcii'lancc.
7th. St. I)ru Store.
MakcH u Hpccialty of currying a ntwk of
jiiiry ilrujtH and all jircccrijitionH are
Dr. L. M. Andrews-
QREGON CITY IRON WORKS.
New and Knlnrp-d Shop with all applianccM for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
(II -I. .,!..,! il,.. I...mI miiiitiiir iKiuililn I'rnni ntnpHH ctinrnn-
ail mull iinu ill Miv i"r. iiiiiiiiii
Prioea the lowest to hi had in 1'ortland. Shop on Fourth Street,
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, huy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
Fifty dones lor twenty-live cents. The seaHon for
cold" and coughs is upon us. In order to be pre
jiared fur an emergency, get a bottle of
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
The best in the market. Trice 25 cents. For sale
at the CAN BY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF
HAHMVAltti, CUTLERY AND TOOLS.
The entire Stock to be Closed out
regardless of cost.
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It has a larger circulation than any paper on tho Pacific coast, except
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matter of material and pattern. Whatever
lliii imili-rliil of miy carpet w oiler may be,
it In emphatically a good value. Anytliinir
iiiiri.'luiHi'il from iih Iihn the quality of wear
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tint material. In patterns we select the
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our carpet exhibit in liatr worth examina
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OSCAR WILDK NOW OX TKIAL
Kutcl Wreck on the 0. ('. I K. Rallroa'l
Hie C'oiiilui'lor hikI One Ilruke
Mahaoi a, Nicarauua, April 30. The
Nicnaiiuaii Kovernmciil haa formally tie-1
cith-'l to ai'i etle to the compromise propo-
.in..,, t,.r a .ifl,.m..,i i.l n, t.i.nilimr'
itroiihles. This decision has heen com- j
I tnunii iited to the authorities at Wash-
i if i(t on and London.
i Nicaragua atftees to pay JtLVKX) in '
lyondon in fifteen days from the time ihe
1 l'.rilinli ships leave the ha'borof Corlnto. I
i This preliminary is atronuly insisted nj)-
oii on account of the condition of feelmic
! in the country, which otherwise might
i render compliance w ith the ultimatum
even in its modified form impossible. It
! now remains for Great Britian to agree
to thin condition Nicaragua's course is
' regarded as shifting on Great Britian
further responsibility for the trouble. The
! most positive assurances of the payment
of the money have been given.
Washington, April JO. The Managua
dispalcti stating thalNicaragua has agreed
to a compromise, by which she will pay
X1),000 on condition that Corinto be
evacuated, and that the British fleet shall
i bo withdrawn, is accepted hyollicials here
us a summing up of the latest slatuaofi, .' . ' ' , '
,. , .. .! from tunnel No. 1, and entered npon,
the subject, and at.e.it.on ,s now d.rected jrid jmtneditttel
to bunion to see whether the condition , frn, !
ol imiiieniaie evacuation win tie itranieu.
If it is, the trouble is practically at an j
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end J ll ll is not, it is ueueveu in iiquu
matie circles, that it will cause a renewal I
of reports that Great Britain is not so
anxious to settle as to continue the active
occupation of Corinto.
Senator Morgan, of Alahama, in an in
terview on the Nicaraguan situation, to
day, characterized the insult to Consular
Agent Hatch as "the finest kind of a
pretext" on the part of Great Britain and
said if a private individual would claim
to have suffered damages on such a case,
he would be laughed out of court. He
had iio criticism to pais on the adminis
tration, because, as he said, he presumed
the administration had taken proper
steps to prevent Great Britain from ob
taining a foothold on Nicaraguan territory.
"But if it had not," he added, "the next
congress will, even if Gieal Britain must
be driven off the continent at the point
of the bavonet."
i ii. ..i .j ...... i. n.:ni. . i. a
lie a'Kifu turn lie uiu uuv mm hid
canal project would be endangered by
present complications. He said, further:
"This case has gone far beyond the
Monroe doctrine. It has a feature that
is distinctly its own and that rests upon
higher grounds than any doctrine or any
treaty ever made or enunciated. The
United States and the governments of
Nicaragua and Costa Rica have entered
into a solemn compact with each other,
looking to the construction of this great
maritime highway ; the company is com -
posed mostly of citizen of the United
States, is organized and has started to
work. Now comes Great Britain with
the domineering spirit of aggression that
has marked her course throughout the
history of modern times, and upon the
slimmest of pretexts, the most absurd of
excuses, makes a demand upon the gov
ernment of Nicaragua that she does not
expect to be complied with and all in
hope that through default of the weaker
government, she will be. enabled to es
tablish a sovereignty over the territory
and thus control the future development
of the canal and of the traffic that may
pass through it. Somebody must step in
and be disagreeable and this seems to be
a very good opportunity for the United
States to assume that role "
WILDE OS THE STAND.
He Denied in To-To the Cbtrgei Brought
London, April 80. The Old Baily was
loss crowded today than heretofore, when
court was oiwned for what was expected
to be the last day of the trial of Oscar
Wilde and Alfred Taylor, on a charge of
Counsel for the crown withdrew the
charge of conspiracy against Wilde, say
ing he desired to avoid dilliculty in plac
ing a witness in the witness stand. Sir
Edward Clarke, Q. C, counsel fortheac
cused, demanded a verdict of not guilty
on this account, but the judge refused to
Sir Kdward Clarke, in opening his
speech for the defense, denounced the
conduct of a large section of the press,
saving it prejudiced the case of his client
and imperiled tho interests of justice.
Wilde was then placed upon the stand
and absolutely denied there was a word
of truth in the charges brought againat
him. He answered tho questions of Sir
Edward Clarke in subdued tones. During
the examination of the prisoner by his
counsel, it was apparent that many
Wilde'a frionda were prenent. Sir K1
wanl Clarke claimed that Wild waa a
martyr and had accepted the verdict in
the QueeniiWry cane only becanite it waa
evident that it could not he propetly tried
then. But It could now te determined in
proper iiiHiie, according1 to the connnel.
When Wilde was placed in dock it wan
evident that he had lout all the awaer
which no dingUHted all who witneaaed it
durinx the former trial.
C. F. Gill, on hehalfof the prosecution
began the crofoi-exainiiiatiou on the name
lineg that Edward Carnon, (J. C, who de
fended the Marquis of QueeniHerry for
linea that Edward Carson, Q. C, who de-1
fended the Mar.pns of Qjieensherry for
lioel, had followed. He quoted Irom the
sonnet to Ijrd Alfred Doiiitlas. in which !
occurred the line, "I am that love; but
dare not speak its name " Gill asked
what was the nature of the love repre -
senled in that poem, and Wilde, with
marked deliberation and empliasis, an-
swered, "It is a l"ve not nnderstood in
thia country ; it i the love of David for
i Jonaltian ; kep spiritual aliection as pure ;
as it is perfect. It is something this age j
does not understand ; it mocks at it and
sometimes puts one into the pillorv." As!
Wilde finished answering there were loud I
cheers from the gallery which called forth j
a rebuke from the judge, who threatened
to eject those who took part in the dem-j
onstration. After a short cross-examina-1
tion. durimr which Wilde denied every-,
thing, Charles Parker was examined
Terrible Wreck ol the 0. 0. & E. S. fi.
S, ei isl tn the KMiai ki-e.
l CiiiTwooD, Or., April 30. At 3 o'clock i
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Iraaii.lit train t-utlltuf hir urillina amnrnod
hiiii ui nit? Lmin mill iiih ! x ptfii ir itiil
cars following were thrown into the
deptliB below. The engine was drawn:
. . .... ...
I tjack lust in time to receive tlie lorce Ol
the timbers falling from the upper part ; arrested on suspicion of having been the
of the bridge, which smashed the tender' lone highwayman who held up the Ager
and cab, slightly injuring engineer Ar- Lakeview stage.
thor Caeteel and fireman Bob Percival. H. I. Booth was arrested last week at
The conductor, John Campbell, and one Bandon, charged with obtaining money
brakeman, J. Wilcox, were sitting on a I under false pretenses in representing
flat car near the center of the train, and,
seeing the bridge give way, both jumped,
though the distance was about 33 feet.
Bob Fowler was on the rear end of the
train and jumped into the mouth of the
tunnel just in time to save himself, only
slightly spraining his riyht leg. As soon
aa possible men began searching for the
conductor and absent brakeman. The
conductor, John Campbell, was found in
i about an hour. His body was badly
mangled and his head sever ly bruised ;
he was taken to the residence of P. A.
Miller, where he was cared for, but re
mains in an unconscious state until the
present writing 7:40 A. M.
About 5:30 last evening the boiy of J.
Wilcox was found under the debris in
about five feet of water, his neck and
back both being broken. The body was
taken to Pioneer, where a coroner's in
quest waa held and preparations made to
send the body to Albany, where a wife
and two small children await its coming.
A special train was sent from Yaquina
to convey the passengers and baggage of
1 the regular passenger train which had
j been delayed on account of the wreck.
In the evening a special was sent out
from Albany bearing Dr. Maston, and
also bringing Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, ot
Coryallii, parents of the conductor, to
the bedside of the suffering one. A num
ber of relatives and fiiends were present
but nothing could be done.
The wrecked train was loaded with
wood, ties and gtain. The entire train
and contents, except the engine and
caboose, are lying a shattered mass in
the river bed. The engine remains on
the bridge, but is too badly injured to be
used, and the caboose stands on the brink
at the otuer end of the awful gap.
Chitwood, April 30. John Campbell,
the injured conductor, died at 2 o'clock
this afternoon .
Persons who sympathize with the
aftlicted will rejoice with D. E. Carr of
12;5 Harrison street, Kansas City. He
is an old sufferer from inflamatory rheu
matism, but has not heretofore been
troubled in this climate. Last winter he
went up into Wisconsin, and in conse
quence has had another attack. 'It
came upon me again very acute and
severe," he said. "My joints swelled
and became inflamed; sore to touch or
almost to look at. Upon the urgent re
quest of my mother-in-law I tried Cham
berlain's pain Balm to reduce the swell
ing and ease the pain, and to my aure
able surprise, it did both. I have used
three fifty-cent bottles and believe it to
be the finest thing for rheumutism, pains
and swellings extant. For sale by G.
A. Harding, druggist.
Dr. J. II. McLean's strengthening
cordial and blood purifier, by its vitaliz
ing properties, will brighten pale cheeks
add transform a pale, haggard dispirited
woman into one of sparkling health and
beaut'. For sale by C. G. Huntley,
J. A. Carr Found Guilty of
Kribery at 1'ortlautl.
A ILOlKI.Xi MI 1,1. AT El'GESE
llllnmook Creamery Ilntler Can
rurclianed Cheaper In Portland
than at Home.
Kev. lr. J. u. Oinson tleliveren tun
tirst Uutcrirse since tiie hnimanuel
church murders at Grace M. E. chorch
Sunday n:ht. His suliiect was "The
j Man of Sorrow." He likened his own
; grief to that of Chrint, whom he declared
jwas always with the sorrowing. He
j made no allusion tothe church tra.edies.
j 8. F. Call.
j A f;arr , well-known Portland
j .tulator, has been found guilty of at-
leniDtini, to hrilie iuror Hiintinifton in
the Bllnc0 Kelley murder case
A teacher at Harrisborg recently
'PId y for disobedience. Hard
feelin-s eniued BD,J t1"' ttir haJ ended
uf in 1 neral row- Tl,e WM
,,anKed in few days ago. The
mrh hecame mixed up in it and a
Pr,vate t-ltlzen a'Itd to whip him
oui got worsted.
A. B. Cotiley has finished putting in
3f00 acres of grain on his Grand Ronde
The long expected water works bonds
! have arrived at Astoria, and all that re-
mains now is to tret the money on them.
The reopening of the Pendleton acad-
emy is said to be assured, the business
mea havimt subscr bed
tWO to cancel
the institution's indebtedness.
It is understood by the Lake County
T7 If T I I
taaiumer mat. iiarry i esrsuu u no oecn
himself as 1-eing an agent of Ihe Saleiu
The Ladd Canyon school matter was
amicably adjusted at the arbitration
meeting held last Fridav. Mr. E. C roe
sen, who was conducting the subscription
school, will continue as teacher, and all
the trouble from beginning to end is set
A scheme has been formed by group
of householders at Tillamook to send to
Portland for Tillamook creamery butter.
They Bay it costs there 30 cents per roll,
and the Oregonian advertises the same
butter for in Portland at 30 to 40 cents.
The freight will be about 1 cent a pound
and on a box of butter the saving will be
from 4.50 to $9.
James Hewitt was found Friday lying
in a deep cut one-half mile west of the
tunnel near Huntington. One of hia
hands waa severed and he was badly
bruised about the shoulden) He waa
taken by Engineer Gillman, of the east
bound freight, to Huntington, where he
died of his injuries. It is not known how
the accident occurred .
A committee consisting of J. A. Mas
terson, A. R. Tuttle, D. B. Hendricks,
Charles Hallgarth, John Graham and
Henry Hug has been appointed to more
fully investigate the matter of a flour
mill for Elgin, to ascertain the probable
cost of a new plant and to make an in
vestigation of the proposed water power,
and to report at a meeting to be held in
Elgin on the 3d of May.
A man living in Benton county, who
does not take a newspaper and so did not
know beet was high, sold a cow for $12
when he should have received $18 for it.
Comment is unnecessary.
Albany Democrat: An Albany girl ap
peared yesterday on a man's bicycle in
bloomers and presented a very comely
spectacle. It is all right. A married
lady is also said to be having a bloomer
made for business.
Junction City Times: The Portland
Commercial Review calls Eugene's busi
ness men a set of knaves, simply because
they refused to put up bonus money to
a duck from Portland. The Review's
growl is uncalled for unless it expected
to share in the swag.
The Eagleite, which has been lying on
the sand bar at Fairfield, the past two
months, was towed ofTthe bar this morn
ing and taken to Portland. Her peculiar
whistle will not be heard on the upper
Sadie Lane, a young girl from Rath
drum, who persists in entering a dance
hall in Spokane, is a peculiar character.
Her mother, she says, was a bad woman
her sister also, and she frankly confessed
to the police that it was the dream of her
life to enter upon a life of shame. Hers
is a strange case, and as she is over 10
years of age, the police can do nothing to
restrain her from her course.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking: Powder
Awarded Cold Medal Midwinter Fair, Saa Francbco. .