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ORECJON CITY, OREGON, Fill DAY, DECEMBER 0, 1895.
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ATTOIINIIYN AT LAW.
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ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
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fl LACK AM AH AIIHIKACT 4 Tltl'hT CO.
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l.lly. tioo.1 work, rrnu.iial.l0 fharK..,
Work guarantee.!, tttva 11. atrial 0.
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JISNAIKD A JOHNSON,
CIVIL F.NiilNKKKH AS!. HI'KVKYOKH.
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CAKE Y JOIINHON.
Corner Right au.l Main atrvrta, Oregon City.
MONKY TO I.(.AN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
aarraai-Ta or rai.rtaTT resKi.Min.
OBI P nail to Oreg..u Cllv bank on alb .treet.
"I O. T. W1I.MAXH,
'itlEAl, tTAK7NU LOAN AUKNT,
A goo.! Hue of builne.., re.l.li'iiceaml auliiirlian
Farm Property In traet. to aull on a.y terma.
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noil il.K.r lo l'aullel.1 A lliil.llry . drug atoro.
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COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIN KTKKKT, DKKIION CITY, OMKOoN.
Furnlah Ati.lraeta ot Tuu.riian Money, Fore
cln.0 Mr(Kxea. au.l trail. aut General
J K. CltOHS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will 1'iuith ix All Cot'im or Tin Htati
Real KalnK anil Inaurance.
Office on Main Htreet t.it. Hlxlh and Seventh,
OKICOIIN CITY. OH.
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It. W. THI.MI'WIN
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TllOMl'KON k OIIIKKITII.
ATTOltNKYS AT LAW.
O III era in Unrkli-y Iliill.lliiit, Ormmi City, ami
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Do Ui'Ihth Law IIii.Iim'.., Ixian Money, Vrgt
Korprliino tnorl khu.h, l'nil.nln (.rnclice.
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COUNSKLOR AT LAW
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nionvy, .ll0 i.lain. ami fauaact a uoral
law bit Ii c.a.
Oflloo llrat II or adjoining Hank nl 0:iKn City.
omiiiom city. omniON
f 1 KO. C. 1IH0WNKI.I,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW,
OnmioN Citv, ..... Oihoon.
Will prnrtlcn In all llipcnitrla nl the alnte. 01
flee, nuxt door to Caullvld A lluntluy'a drii(
(Illl, 0. RINK A RION.
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TINHAHHON A 1IYDK.
ATTOKNKYS AT LAW,
Will prnctlRO In all court of this atnto.
Oftlno In JaKKur IltilldliiK npponllo Court Home,
rjlllK COMMKItCIAL BANK,
OF OUKOON CITY.
TRANRAC'TK A OKNKRAI, HANKIMO HIialNI.a.
fxmna m.dii. Hllla dli.rniiuti.il. Make, col
lection", liny, and aella exi'hniiKO on all point
In tlis I'lilti'fl Htatna, Kiinipa and Hong Konir.
Depnalla r.'oil"cl iiliiitt to chock Bank
open Ironi 11 A, M. to 4 r. M.
D. C. LATOURKTTK, I'ri-aldnnt.
F. 8 DONALDSON, Cnahlor
JANK OF OUKGCN CITY,
Oldest fianklne Hesse Id the Cltr.
Paid up Capital, .W,000.
rinltNT, - - THO. CHARMAM
VII I rKKHIDENT, OKO. A. HARIUNO.
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M AN AUKH, CHARLK8 H. CAUriRLD.
A gonoral banking bualnua tranaactod.
Depoalt roei'lved aulijoct to check.
Approved bill and note dlacnunted.
Count) and oity warrant! boiiKht,
Lnann mvle on available aocurlty.
Ktchanite bniiKhtand anld.
Colli'ittloiir made promptly.
Iiralta anld tvailanle In any part ol the world
Telerraphlc eicliHiinc. ..ld on Portland, Han
Frannlnoo, Chlcai?,i and New York,
tntere.t paU on time depoaiti.
o yon waul a nice Writing Denk, an
l''ancy Talile, a liedrooin Huite or a
parlor? Hito'h vlexant workiuariHhin. new bIvIoh. and low uriecu that
ciinnot fail to pleitHo you.
Wo Hi ll, for iiiHlitnee, a (l-pieco I'arlor Suito for t25.00; Bemi-porce-lain
Dinner HetH, for ir(!.:t.r).
BELLOMY & BUSCH, the iiouskfukmshkrs.
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Ht'N OK I.OM)QN,olilrat purely lire liiauranre company In the world.
.KTSAoKIIAHTKOKIMawataiKl bent American Company.
CONTISKSTAL OK NKW YORK, one of the b-t American companlf.
AM) OTIIKK KUtHl.CI.AH8 COMPANIES.
Cull on trial for Krallnu. and !
F. Ii. DONALDSON,
AUCTION ! AUCTION!
A TREAT FOR THE LiADIES
We Shall Dispose of a Stock of
Foreign and Domestic Goods at
To tlio highest bidder. The owner of these goods is obliged to take this course in order
to RAISE COIN to pay duty to the government. The stock
consists of high novelties in
ART GOODS, SILK LAOES, ASTRAOHAN
CAPES, SILK HOSIERY, LINEN
TABLE SETS, ETC.
All Imported Goods, and they will go at auction for
Just what the DUTY IS Ox THEM
Mill! w w Fie la e ta Godqs
Buy your Holiday Gifts at Public Auction, and
.... Save 75 per cent
FRIDAY MORNING AT 10 A. ffl.
J. W. O'CONNELL, AUCTIONEER.
Wo Htttnd fur it too. That'll
r!co(.;nizi!(l wIhtovit wo uro known,
ami wo uro known everywhere in
our county, H'h a jiIeiiHiire to look
over our ntoek, tliero'H ho much in
it nul ho much of it; a iileitnure
with a profit in it for all who are on
the watch for our HiirpriHo iriccH.
Kany (;hair, a I'arlor Cahinut
new Huito of Furniture for y
in Clackamas County.
for Kl.ittera and Culen.lura
At Commercial Bank.
V HTA.N'DH FOIl
- A RARE OPPORTUNITY
The Hoiim' Klccf.s Thomas it.
M KM 11 KUS HIU) l)KKW I'OOK SEATS.
Tliti Itppniilitmi Spun torn I'ndi'clilcd
B to lieoricaiilziitlnii of Tliut
Bod Ii Tln-niHelveH..
Wamiiinuton, Dec. 2. The 54tb houHe
o( reih;t;tiUtive8 wax calhd to orJer at
Dotjn by Clerk Krr. The roll wan called
and tliu clerk announced 341 of the 3&0
uiembera pretttuit, and that no creden
tiabi bud bi-en received from tbe tentb
New York and flrHt Nevada diotricti.
Kerr then called for nomination for
B(Haker. No nnuiination Bpeecbea were
made, but Uroavenor, of Ohio, named
Keed, Sayrea, of Texan, Crip, and
Kearn, of Nebrenka, Bell, of Colorado.
Tbe renult of the vote for speaker was :
Reed, 234;Crinp, 95; Bell. 0; Culber
on, (dem.);i. Total, 330. Tbe an
nouncement of Reed's election was
greeted witb great applause, which was
continued when be ascended the ros
trum, and bis speech was also punctu
ated witb applaUHe.
WsuiNoTON, Dec. 2. Tbe boose sim
ply organized, adopted tbe usual resolu
tions to notify the president and senate
that the bouse was ready for business,
and wound up by indulging in the bien
nial lottery, or seat-drawing contest.
Speaker Reed was beyond question the
star of the occasion. His appearance
was tbe signal for a most Mattering and
enthusiastic demonstration, His inaug-
- On City.
ural was modest and full of god feel
ing, hot non-committal as to polities.
Kx-Hpe.ik-r Crisp aasuinHil the leader
ship of the minority and it was signifi
cant that I'uvne of New York made the
motion which usually devolves upon the
leader of the mnjority. This Is thought
to mean that he is to I chairman of tbe
wuys and means committee and the rec
ognised leader of tbe republicans on the
Washington, Dec. 2. Without a roll
call the officers of the bouse nominated
by the republicans in caucus Saturday
were formally elected, the democrats
presenting the names of the officers of ,
the last bouse. Tbe swearing in of the I
subordinate officials of the bouse fol
lowed : Alexander B. McDowell, of Penn
sylvania, clerk ; B. K. Russell, of Mis
souri, sergeant-at-arms ; Win. B, Glenn,
of New York, door-keeoer ; Jos. B. Me
Elroy, of Ohio, postmaster, and Henry
B. Cowden, of Michigan, chaplain.
Washington, Dec. 2. The first politi
cal clash occurred in tbe bouse this af
ternoon when Cannon and Crisp creesed
swords on the former's motion that the
rules of tbe 51st congress, of which Reed
was speaker, be adopted for guidance of
tbe bonne. Cannon and Dingley ex
plained tbat the bouse was without rules
and that tbe adoption of proffered mo
tion would furnish only temporary rules
for tbe guidance of tbe bouse until the
committee on rules reported. Crisp
withdrew bis opposition and the motion
An arrangement was, entered into by
which tbe republicans should have the
first tier of seats on tbe democratic side,
ana also Hie last tiers ; ido names were
placed in box andsbaken up. A blind
folded page drew out the ballots, and
tbe members selected their seats as their
names were drawn. According to usual
custom, the house granted the ex-speakers.
Crisp, of Georgia, and Grow, of
Pennsylvania, the privilege of selecting
their seatB without drawing.' Crisp se
lected a seat in tbe heart of tbe demo
cratic minority, and Grow took a seat
near tbe republican side. The popular
members were applauded as they cam?
forward and selected their places, and
the page boys Bcooted from desk to desk
conveying floral pieces sent by admiring
friends. Before the drawing was balf
completed, the array of desks was trans
formed into a bower ot roses.
Some of the oldest and most promi
nent members of both sides were very
unlucky in the lottery, llitt, of Illinois,
who will be chairman of foreign affairs;
Henderson, of Iowa, who will probably
be chairman of appropriations, and Wal
ker, of Massachusatts, who will bead
the baiiking and currency, were obliged
to content themselves with seats in the
last tiers on tbe democratic'side, known
as the "Cherokee strip." Among the
last names called was that of Payne, of
New York, who is much talked of for
tbe chairmanship of ways and means.
He found a seat in the remote left. Bart
lett (dera.) drew the "booby" prize.
His was tbe last named called.
IN THE SENATE.
Washinoton, Dec. 2. Senator Sher
man was elected chairman of the repub
lican senatorial caucus, and DuBois sec
retary. The discussion was informal
and centered around the question
whether the republican senators, hav
ing a plurality but not a majority of
seats, should attempt re-organization
with republican officers, and republican
chairmen of committees. It was evident
the prevailing feeling lavored republican
organization and some good speeches
were made, urging that there should be
no combination or compromise with any
element outside of the republican ranks.
The question arose, however, as to
whether a test of strength should be
made by securing committees, or on a
choice of president pro tern . In order to
present the issue, Hoar moved the ap
pointment of a committee on committees,
to have charge of the movement to se
cure committee recognition on republi
can lines. Hale offered an amendment
for a test on choice for president pro tern.
Some senators raised the point, however,
that the president pro tern could not be
elected while the presiding officer was
present and actim; unJer the senate
rules. It was finally decided that no
vote should be taken at present and
Hoar and Mr. Hale withdrew their mo
Washinoton, Dec. 2. The president's
message was read in tbe senate at noon
today. It deals at length with the for
eign relations and recommends action to
prevent the unsatisfactory encroachment
of territory by Great Britain, and pro
poses the retirement of greenbacks as
the only thorough and permanent reme
dy for our financial troubles.
Senator Cullora presented a communi
cation from Evanston, 111., asking that
the government take action concerning
the deplorable condition of affairs in
Senator Gallinger offered a similar
communication from the citizens of New
The resolution of the H.iho li-ginhitura
urging the election of United States sen
ators by a popular vole was presented by
Senator Lodge introduced a reHoltl
tion forcibly approving of the Monroe)
d'jetrine and resenting any infringement
of it or any atteinut on the part of Euro
pean powers to acquire new territory on
the American continent, whether under
pretended boundary dispute or as an act
of hostility to the Coiled States.
Senator Call introduced a resolution
directing that the insurgents in Cuba be
accorded belligerent rights.
The senate, in executive session, con
firmed the nomination of Richard Olney
as secretary of state and Judson Harmon
an attorney general, and at 3 o'clock ad
journed until tomorrow, shutting offde
ba'e for several senators primed witb
speeches on Cuba and Venezuela.
Senator Stewart introduced the usual
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