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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1895.
VOL 2'.). NO.'2H.
Circuit nniirt unlive una I1rt Mniulay In Nil
eiaiwr ami thlnl Mnuilay In April.
Prolmla cmirt lit mmmIoii fliet Miimlay In each
(liimnilMlnnrra rnnrt mwla fl rat Wiuliireilajr
Iter nrl MnwUy til i'h nmiilh.
if 1 KO.O. KINKAKMtlN,
ATTOKNKY AT i.AW.
Will irclliD In nil rniirla l (hr mln.
.Ifllculii JaKKcr Hullillnii iiiipoaltn Court Hollar,
1 OIllKIN K. IUYKH,
All li'lial mature atti'iiilol In Jir.ln t 1 y
r iT. ihi'iivnh.
' ATTOUNKY AT I.AW,
:ANIIV, .... OIlKiillN.
Will rnrllcii lufurn all Pniirla. Inaiiranre
vrlliKti In all IrailliiK n.iii n !
I K( I.. HTOIIY,
1 ATTOKNKY AT I.AW,
t'l.aialra iiclle Cuiirt Hunan.
Tlllr" i-iiilnr. ami aliatrarta iik.1i. Money
lialifl, MurtMna furrrluai.il and a
KMitral law Imalm-ae.
H. W TlloU'WiN
r T. oKirriTit
THOMPSON 4 (lllimill.
ATTOUNKYH AT I.AW.
O HI oca In llnrklff rliill.lliiic. Otckii City, ami
A I) I'. YV. 1rlllir, Portland.
I tlrm-ml Law lluelnraa. Loan Mnury, t'rite
J T Sl.AHr.N,
NOTAKV l'1'lll.lt! ml CONVKYANl Kit.
Itral caiam linmlli'il liiaiirnni'f wrlllru III
I In. llartti'M, nl Hartford. Paln'lnr. North
ilrlllah Jk Mniilllt Ilaiiiluiric of Hruuian
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TTF.AtK AMAH AIIHTKACT 4 TKt'hT O.
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laity. tltMxt work, ri'HBuiiHlilp rharirre.
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( link, liri tu
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M H joiiNiMiK U w m"Aimi. '
JINNAIKU 4 JOHNSON, I
CIVII. KNlilNr K.KK ASI Ht'KVKYOIlH. j
Hallway laralhiti ami roiialrurtloii. brlln?i. 1
plana ami railtuatee lor watrr aupply j
Uralnai ml itrrrt linriiveiueiil ol lowiia. .
.Special audition given in f.raiifhtlni ami bln
T CAKKY JOHNSON,
-Corner Klght ami Malu etntta, Oregon City,
MoNKY TO LOAN.
ATTOKNKY AT I.AW
iaaiiiA-ra or r"rTT ri'HNiHiim.
Office next to oregou City hank on Atli at reel.
T O. T. WILLIAMS,
UKAI. K8TATK AND LOAN AtiKNT.
A gxxl Hue ol biialneaa, realileiic ami aiibiirbau
Frm Property In trarta to mlt ou eaay termi.
('orreapniiili'nce tiromotly anawereil. Office,
noil door to t.'unld A lliiutley'l ilriia! atom.
Q DA I). C LATOUIlKn K,
COUNKKLOUS AT I.AW
MAIM HTKKKT, ORKOON CITY, OHXdON.
Flirnlah Atialracta of Title, l-on Honey, Knre
clua Murtiagna, anil trauaacl (.ieueral
ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
WILL I'HACTK'g IN AUI. COl'HTB Of Till 8T4TI
Kel Katnt mill Inmranr.
Ofllc ou Main Htr ct bet. Sixth anil Seventh,
onieiioM pity, on.
1 II. t)YB,
COUNSKLOK AT LAW
Omee over Oregon City Ilank,
On0N CITY, ORKUON
OHO. c, hkownku..
A. " IlKXHaKR.
IKOWNKI.I. A DHEHHKK
ATTOKNKYS AT LAW,
Ouxoon City, Orkhon.
Will nrantlre In all the eonrta of the atate. Of
fice, next door to Caufleld & Huntley-! drug
rpilK C0MUKKC1AL HANK,
OK OKKOON Cl'tY.
tbanhactb a oxnxrai. bankinci BtmiNKsa.
Iiana made, ltllla (Uncounted. Makea col
leotiona. Huy and aella exchange on all polnta
In the United Htatea, Europe and Hong Kong.
DcpoaltK rocol"cd utiject to check Intereat at
uaual ratea allowed on tlmo dnpoalt. Hank
open from 9 a. M. to 4 p. M. Haturday oveuinga
from ft to 7 P. M.
D C. I.ATOUKETTK, I'rcaident.
V K IIONALDHON. Canhlor
ANK OF OKKOCN CITY,
Oldest Banking House In the City.
Paid up Capital, lr0,000.
OKO. A. HAIIIIINO.
( IIAUI.F.H II. CAIIF1KI.1).
A general hanking tiualneaa tranannted
Uepnalti received auhjeet to check.
Approved hllU and note illacounted.
County and city warrants bought.
Loana made on avallablo aecurlty.
Exchange bought and old.
Collectlonr made promptly.
DrafU lohl ivatlanle lu any part of the world
Telegraphlo exchange sold on Portlatid, Ban
Franoiaoo, Chicago and Now York.
Intereat paU on time depoalti.
8ub Areuttof THK LONDON CHEQUE BANK.
In it pri'Hcription art; of an much value in
nick ticKri an nkillcd mediciil attendance.
yth. St. I)ru Store.
MakcH a Kpucialty of currying a utock of
iuro drucB and all priHcriptioiiH nre
Dr. L. M. Andrews-
...WILL FIND THE
Able to give Prices and work Enual to the best to
bo liadtirt' vPoitland on Poors, Sash, Minds and in
nido FinUiLntf. Houso Bills a Specialty. Orders for
Bobbins & Lawrence, Prop.
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Shop on Main and
. 1 nln
New and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All WQjjs-jexecuted in the best manner popmblo. Promptness guaran
iA .i-.iu.oi; teed on all orders.
li'im'iF.k 1RING - -fY - SPECIALTY.
lull) ( -
ili.. on; f
Prices' the lowest to.be had in Portland. Shop on Fourth Street,
' "l near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
JROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
k ... ut I li
L.T0W you Can Save Money
ni tiw'iiT When your children need a laxative or stomach
i!( vrr.l, and bowel regulator, buy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
f yiiilU t
n binivU The best in the market. Price 2') cents. For sale
at the CAN BY PHARMACY, Canby.Or.
DR. J. Bt. IRVINE, Proprietor.
Do You Need ii
Tluv ENTERPRISE lias the only complete stock
in Clackamas county.
Nearly 200 Different Blanks
to Make Selections From.
Every kind of a blank needed by a Judge, Jus
tice, Lawyer, Real', Estate Dealer, Farmer or
Mechanic. " ' ,-
One or a Quantity Sent POJSAGE PAID at Portland
Prices to Your' Address.
win on hIkIiL The niwrlt of a cartwit In a
iimttor of mainrlttl ami pKttum. Wlmtever
I ho material of any carpnt we oiler may bo,
It In 'iiiilintlcally a K'xxl valti". Anvlliifif
iiik Iiu.hI (ruin tin ImH tliv (iiality of wr
In It. That collie from thu miH)rlority of
llio uiiitoiial. In paltcrim wo ai!lm:t thu
cream ol Hie w-BHon'a prodin tloiia and mIiow
ninny (txcliiHjvt (IchiuiiH For that WHHon
our ciirict exhihit In Letter worth examina
tion ttinn any oilier in town. You fee no
much llml yuil citii't ace elwhere that you
litoncc ace lh miIvhiiIiikh of HircaiiiK from
n. We. aro now nellinu liiiain Carpet for
L'fi cen'a a vunl, am) upwunlH.
BELLOMY & DUSCH.
Fifty doses lor twenty-hve cents. The season for
colds and coughs is upon us. In order to be pre
pared for an emergency, get a bottle of
Will lie the
IKIUT NOW AWAITIM; TRIAL
The MorKiin-RolliMlilld Sytullcule Hulil
to be Purelm-liiR- All the (Juld In
the ( tilted Mulea.
Kak Fkancihco, May 7. Kx t'nited
Htatea Senator John Martin, of Topeka.
who ha been for many years an lnteroHt-
ing figure in Karmu politic, arrived in
' tbl city yesterday. Senator Martin ha j
i come out here in the interests ol the llml
I on Reservoir A Canal Company, of Ari
zona, of which he is president, and of
; the Central Arizona railway. The en
! tor, who is a democrat, eaks in no un
'certain way on the silver question. He
I id :
I "There cannot be the slightest doubt
I of silver being the leading question in
the next campaign. Can you imagine
any other question of importance? The
i tariff i out of thaway. If the republi
can gi-t control of the next administra
! tion there may lie a little revision of the
tariff, but nothing essential. They can't
1 fight a campaign on te foreign policy.
jThat is a question that could not become
! of importance except in time of war.
Having these question out of the way,
and having no local issues that can divide
' the parties, there is no question left ex
J cept the silver question,
i "The republican ptrty will do a it al
i way ha done, adopt a platform that
'can be read both way, and nominate a
man to fit it. In the democratic convert
! tion they are going to having a row. The
party is now practically in regard to the
j silver question, just in the position it wa
I in 1S50 in regard to slavery. Two-thirds
! of the members of the convention or more
j will be composed of silver men, and it
' will adopt a platform in favor of the free
j coinage of that metal at a ratio of 16 to 1
and will nominate a man in sympathy
with that platform, hut not Mr. Cleve
land. He has been honest and fair and
consistent with all his preaching. He
never wa a silver man.
"In case the democrats and republicans
both adopt platform and make nomina
tion in favor of gold, there will be some
sort of independent movement some
tlWng like tliia Sibley movement for sil
ver and silver only. I believe the popu
list will indorse it and lay aside for the
time their other causes.
"If the democratic party doe not adopt
a platform in favor of tlie free coinage of
silver, it will not carry a single state in
the Union. Senator Morgan, of Ala
bama, told me lately that on any other
sort of platform the democrats would be
swamped by the populists, even in that
state. Senator Harris told me the same
thing of Tennessee, and Cooper of Geor
gia and Daniel of Virginia. "
Mom About tie Gold Corner.
Washington, May 7. Treasury officials
are beginning to see something ominous
in the purchase of the output of the gold
mines of the United States bv brokers
representing the Morgan-Kothschild
syndicate. They have known for sev
eral weeks what has been going on, but
have jealously guarded their discovery
from the public. The facts, however,
have got beyond official control, and now
well-defined suspicion exists that a crea
tion of a "gold corner" is in progress.
The Morgan-Rothschild syndicate is
accumulating American gold at tlx rate
of $2,500,000 to $300,000,000 a month,
which represents from 05 to 75 per cent,
of the total product of the mines
of this country. It is taking prac
tically all tbe refined gold bars which are
produced by the 25 or SO private refineries
in the West. Purchases on behalf of the
syndicate have not been very heavy on
the Pacific coost, but practically the en
tire output of the refineries east of the
Sierra Nevadas is being diverted from its
How into the government mints into
private depositories ol the bond syndi
cate in New York city.
Dnrrant'i Trial Deferred.
San Francisco, May 6. Theodore
Durrant will spend several weeks in the
county jail before he is placed on trial
for his life for the murder of Blanche
Lamont and Minnie Williams. The
police will not hurry him to trial, de
piring to give him abundant time to pre
pare for his dofenso. The case will
therefore not be called until July.
Threatening letters have been re
ceived hy the school girls who identified
nnrnuit us Blanche Lamont's escort
from the school on the day of bis (lisan
pcarance. The girls have been warned
that if thev testify against Durrant
again they will receive physical violence.
A WITNESS FOR DURRAST.
San Francisco, May 7 Theodore
Purrant's attorneys have discovered
evidence which they believe will enable
them to establish an alibi for their client,
so far as the Williuins murder case is
concerned. A Market street hair diesser
states that Minnie Williams, who was a
her chop at 8
anee. Hhe had her hair dreaded, leaving
at 8:25. Aft it la estimated that by tak
ing a car immediately Hhe could not
reach Kmanuel church until 8:50. Dor
rant'ft cotinael argue ttiat Durrani could
not thereafter have encorted her to the
church, outraged and murdered her anil
then walked lo Dr. Yogel'a, where he ar
rived at 0:15.
Ciiicaoo, May (5. Three hundred per
Honn attendeil a maun meeting held at
the l'eople'a inMtitnle, to proleHt aguinat
iHlt)llay tH()tmB nj Sunday baaeball
, . rie rneoting wa held under
tl ttUBpj(;e 0f the International Sunday
The Kev. M. M. Farklmntt gave
.Scriptural reason why Humlay trafff
and Sunday amuaernentH ahould be fur-
The Kev. W. 13. Leach gaid that it waa
a degradation ot the American flag
that it should wave over a baseball field 1
when a Sunday game wa in progress, j
Bishop Fallow said that he had been ,
..11 l . . ., .1.... V, - ,1 r... n .-M a J A. I ,l.al
lubit-ct, that all profeaaional plavera ex
cept one were oppoaed to Sunday games.
The Kev. Thomas E. Cox called on
all Roman Catholic to diacontinue Sun
day traffic in liipior and to UV away
from the ball ganieo.
T. H. Gault said that to arrest the
manager and player would cause too
much annoyance in return. He thought
the only way to stop the games wa by
injunction. It is intended to take this
Dolph Creates a Seniation.
1'kndi.rtok, May 6 Chief
o'clock on the evening of
Bean and Associate Judges Moore and tempted robbery of SethTaylorin Novem
Volverton opened the May term of the: ber last, were sentenced to seven years
F.astern Oregon Supteme court this each in the state prison,
morning with twenty-eight cases on the; Kalama is threatened with populist
docket. The appeal from Union county I paH.r
in the case of the Oregon Gold Mining j jie Qomitt county commissioners are
company involving property worth balf jookin for a good iion for a poor
a million was taken up. Ex-Senator: .
Dolph appears for Smith, plaintiff,
against the company. A scene was en
acted during the argument. The point
at issue was that of allowing t5500 at
torney fees granted by the decree of tbe
circuit court and from which Dolph ap
pealed. He characterized the lower
court officers and attorneys a-i acting in
conspiracy to rob bis client Smith. This
was hotly resented by T. H . Crawford,
opposing counsel, who said he was sur
prised to hear such accusations from one
of Mr. Dolph's standing. The affair
caused considerable feeling among the
Lateit Japan-China Hevi
Nkw York. May 8 The Herald's
Tokio special says ; On the exchange of
ratified treaties at Che-Foo tomorrow,
Japan will agree to surrender Port Arthur
and part of Liao Tong peninsula to China
in consideration of an extra payment of
100,000,000 taels. She may also annex
to Corea a part of Manchuria, which is
left ber. It is believed this arrangement
will be perfectlv satisfactory to Russia, I
and will insure peace.
The Cnbaa Bepnblio Actire
Santiago, May 7. Insurgents under
Maceo's leadership attacked the town of
Cristos this morning. They burned
houses and shops, tore up railway tracks
and derailed a train loaded with Spanish
soldiers. At least one Spaniard was
killed and several wounded. The loss of
insurgents is not known. The insurgents
also made an attack upon tbe town of
Caney, and burned one house before
they were compelled to retire by troops.
Hat Dropped Prohibition.
Tot'KKA, May 6. The story comes
from New York that ex-Governor John
P. St. John has laid aside prohibition
pending the settlement of the money
question, and will advocate free silver
as the one remedy for the ills which
afllict the country. It is said that he
will even discourage the nomination of
prohibitionist electoral tickets in 1S96,
in order that the free silver vote may be
Persons who sympathise with the
afflicted will rejoice with D. E. Carr of
1235 Harrison street, Kansas City. He
is an old sufferer from inflaraatory rheu
matism, but has not heretofore been
troubled in this climate. Last winter he
went up into Wisconsin, and in conse-
mience has had another attack. "'It
camo upon me again very acute and
Bevere," he said. "My joints swelled
and became inflamed ; sore to touch or
ii most 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 v'n tomyagrv
able surprise, it did both. I have wed
three fifty-cent bottles and believe it to
be the finest thing for rheumatism, pains
and swellings extant. For sale by G.
A. Harding, druggist.
Dr. J. II. McLean s strengthening
cordial and blood purifier, by its vitalis
ing properties, will brighten pale cheeks
add transform a pale, haggard dispirited
woman into one of sparkling health and
beauty. For sale by C. G. Hutitley,
A New Steamer to Navigate
A SEW COLOSY FOR NICARAGUA.
W. H. Ityar Son Commandant at the
Heldler' Hem at Roseburif
Town to Consolidate.
The total salmon catch to date, accord
ing to the weekly salmon report from
Astoria, is 37,050 cases.
Warm shower have been falling in So
noma for the vast few day, and the out
look for hay and grain was never better.
J. F. Johnson died at Coiiltervill
Thursday night. He waa known to min-
ng men as "IJuartx Johnson, ana came
to Coulterville in 184.
Governor BndJ ha appointed the fol
lowing as delegate to the silver conven-
tion : E. L. Coinon, T. J. Clute, General
A. L. Hart and H. W. Lantrenour.
A(jvice, received from Unga Island,
Alaska, say that a serious cave occurred
in one uf the passages in a mine which
bad not been braced with timbers.
Chief of Police Row ie of Santa Cruz,
, has reeelved a letter from ex-SherifT
I Morse of Clallam county, Washington,
stating that the much-wanted Ansel
I White died in 18?8.
! The floral fete to take place next mootli
! at Santa Crux promise to be a huge uc
! cess. Yachts will be there from San
t Francisco and the Half-Million club will
be invite ! .
I Stewart Leeper and Bert Gafford, con
Justice j victed at Reno of the shooting and at-
It is proposed to consolidate Fairhavea
and New Whatcom under the name "Bel
lingham." Fire at Davenport destroyed the store
building of Rosenquest & Plough ; loss.
$3400; insurance, $2400.
A colony for settlement In Nicaragua
is being formed at Davenport. Conces
sions have been obtained from the Nica
A street encounter took place at Day
ton the other day between a deaf and
dumb woman and a Chinaman. Tbe
woman struck the first blow, but the
Chinaman was fined $2.50.
Tbe La Roi Mining Company has or
dered, for immediate shipment, through
a Spokane hardware company, a new
hoisting plant, complete. It will hav a
capacity of 100 tons, and the boilers will
be 100-horse power.
Three hundred pounds of nickel and
cobalt ore have been packed down, from
the Nigger creek mines at the instance of
W. J. Riley and shipped to Webb x Co.,
Seattle, who' wilt immediately forward
the ore toFrieghburgh.Germany, to have
It reported that W. J. May will
build a large summer hotel on the oeean
beach near the mouth oi the- Nehalem
this summer, and that work will be com
menced soon. It is quite certain that
others will improve their property there
this summer and a large- number of re
sorts are expected. Nehalem Tunes.
Hon. W. H. Byars- has been formally
installed as commandant at the soldiers'
home at Roseburg, and Mrs. Byars has
succeeded Mrs. Laihrop as matson there.
Another move ie on foot to build a boat
that will be able to navigate tbe upper
Willamette rives between Corvallis and
Eugene, at all seasons of the year. Capt. .
Isaac Gray, of Eugene, is- interested in,
the project. Ut is intended, to construct
a boat drawing 14 inches oi water.
A large number oS cattle aro beiag .
driven out of Southern Oregon to stoek
other rangss. The price paid is low, but
better thaaiit has beea.
The country is aot "going to the dogs""
by any means, says tie East Oregotiiaju
If any cue thinks-sov let him or her tako
a buggy and drive through the country
north, of. Pendleton. The fielda ot full
wheal never looked better and tWspring;
wheat looks well.
President and Mrs. McClelland of the
Fwest Grove university, gave-a tea Tues
cfey evening in honor of Rev. J. S. and.
Mrs. Griffin, the oldest Congregational
minister in the state. Kev. Mr. Griffin,
graduated in the first class sent out by
Obeilin Theological Seminary, came t
Oregon in '89, and was at the Whitman
mission some time. He moved to his
present place of residence, near Ililla
boro, in '42. In '43 he edited one of the
first journals in the state, the "Oregonian
American," a bi-weekly publication of
which the entire set, eight numbers, are
in the college library. He has since lived
at Hillsboro and enjoys a green old age.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Awarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair, San Francisco. .