Oregon City t. Trim T3 v n v'TT tt n OlilWON CITY, OKKOON, Kill PAY, JULY II, 1800. ESTABLISHED 1806 . t ti i! I.A'lol'llR'I'Ift, 11 ' " " lr(!tNi:YH AM f nfVML-f lll(4 AT I AW , , It K K T HMKO'lH iltr, llHRUII, . .. i,.i,i'is id Tills, N'SH Mmmr, R"f '". ', n,.,i". tramaul tiaiiMal ' a Hii.Iiihss. ft v it tt ll Ml" ,N I IIH l I. A .'I', . '. . . t l,L.l. . t, ..!.,,... I l"l""" " " ' ' ' V( hi" .f'ifr"ll'Rl aervlrea III Urn i, ,,t 1 1 iim ' HTip Ti'innj, nfi ii ,,1,,,'li.M call HI lalarill and I i, .. nli' illwii ll" ' r(f ,,,. ,-ltrii, limV" III Willamette llull.li' it (hi ni'iiri iv in i.' a, in , I lir u i( til . ,i,.s rilV lii;uo iomxtkk; iiotix..... I'mli r new uuuniii iin iil Tim Kleotric Hotel Ihin Ihcii thoroughly refitted ami in ftituro will l"i f ron 1 ii til on it ntrictly lirnt dnnn I'Ihii, Kimt cIhhh tulili! HTvic at an reason alfl rntf-N iim fun lo hnl in tli! city. I'mmpt iiikI ci'ci,il ftttitiliitn vr it to lmii'ii-tH. My iiiiiny frii'ii'ln unl tin; jii-ricriil jiublij are cordially invited, to utoji and m-n mo. C. C, MADDOCK. Manauor, Oroon City, Oregon. OUKIiOXS 'AKIUVK MH hy d'ovfriior (Jeer and .NlalT at Sun FrancNco. THE TIUNSHAI. I)MH( LMII S. "Tim effective establishment of gold 1 silveritea, and the wire im nv licinn II. I.. I.. I R K F N , I) K.ST 1ST. . 'li.r M trr l . All OpnlatloliR Guaranteed. I, :l i .... . . it. ........ (Ml- M. if! UT I'lll' I'l'R vii'iimi(wi( ' H I HKS. If Ymi Wiml Job priptir At Lnwmt Itntest. CAl.t, AT TIIK KNTKWI'KIHiC V. A I P'ltNKY AT LAW. 011 i..-ll lliitlHry'a t'ruR Wote. 1 1 What wpi Says Mist I w HI ( uM M t K A t, HAKK or OMKOON CUV. :ul. . liCD.OU) They ill aay that HARRIS' GROCERY lliailiiartrr lor Hay, landplaater, Heed. F.tc. Carrie the moat complete stock ot Firat Class (iriH'rrli'l to 4 found In the City. tfttA(t a esftaaiLaiaatRaRt'tiaafta . .....t ftlll. dlr,ultl,il. MihM rol- Ltu. M iM i4 Mil rhi. cm all Huu bil ull"! uim. r 11 !( an'i li'mg amii ,.:! l.lt t'ltilail Ui c tiara (auk C LATofHRTT K. rrManl. r. i. xrvru c.a f. It ,K lloKYK. ....DKSTIST.. INSURANCE. ,a ii llrl.lK vurk rifrlall)r. All dik aarfantMl an. aall'lacllun (uaraia't, . (ima In (VillaM Oil. ' K. IUYKH ATT'ltNKY AT LAW. iKtat ltMlh tUn to County ConM: f I ..I.! K.l.ll.X.B I. 'if Tj-iif, oH llunll'i Uk lo. KIKE AND ACCiDENT fj Itailm.vl TiekctH to all jioints East at low rates. 'A j F. E. DONALDSON 3 y SCIIfKIlKI.. IVuiMvr rbrofal. ATlollNEY-AT LAW. :'.oif MrKlllrlrk a Mum hlf. Har lha Hank of Or.m I'HJT. Cur e imoiu. OatouR. i. u.c.mi.u PAINT YOUR HOUSES t si'. TVTn onrv'R PcLiXltS .TJi;i v:i"v. kow wr.i.1. a rAMrnKLU ArmiCNKYH AT LAW, laoaCiTf, ORMOR. Klpi.riir. In allilLCUitf at (ha Mat. 01- . la i.ud. U tUi.iliUR. II. Ml I.I. KK. j I ii:sriKT - j irii of lrih, K'il'1 rfowiu. all klmli of ! Ii l ll rt f and bililKuik. j Rili M. i. tar J.Kt, (iiih"n "Hy, r. j S. liHKS.KKK. athiuskyat-law. V(irr Mi'Kltlrli'R'R Hlino Htor, lirRf Uik Hank ol Orrh'unt Ity. iqmwwfw l oitRti.i.iiv C. G. HUNTLEY oiir.o rrv . (IRRIIUR. L I'OUTItR, ATTOKNKY AT LAW k(Ti or fRorRRTY ri'RRIHR. nut in Oron (MIT KnUrpri a. QR. KKASCI8 FHKKMAN, ' DKNTIST riluHiit i(f the NorlhwnHlirn Unlver- nil. iriMMHI ri'liwi, VHHiuft". 'o Aini.rican College of iHmtal 8u.rt.ory, "illuiiuitto lilork, Oregon City. J, FAG. W. SWOl'E, ATTOUNEY'H AT LAW. 'llMlmiN, Fornclomtr) of MortKntR, kinl r Kidicrul law IhihIiiphr Rt tiimlud to promiilly. '' Firnt door South of Mothodlitt Church . IIM , GBNTEA3 Sorocn Poors, Window Screens, Lawn Mowers, (lanlen Hose, (lanlen Ttls, Scythes, Culti vators, Iticycles, &c, Ac. for which we are headquarters. Wo are ' omenta for tho Celebrated Siminonds Saws, 7. Wciljres and Sledges, Syiacuse Chilled Plows, Canton Steel Plows, Harrows Ac, Largest Stock of Hardware, Stoves and Tinware in the city. Plumbinp: and Jobbing a Specialty ...... Cor. 4th and Main Sts. JANK 0KORKUCN CtTV, Oiaest Banklm Mm Is the Cltr. I'uld np Caiiltal, V pO.OOO. lua, I4),HM). Bllrul & V.llli.u mmii.RT, CWARLRR CACntLP. RO. A. HARitma. a. . CiuriRLD. 'iisnnraihunjm- biulnoia transacted. IIU rinlveifalieol to ohetik. 2'''I"t lillli ami nntea dlammiiWd. J,UW tint city warrant! boiiijht. mvl n aTallable leourllf. jnM.J"'!H lioiiKhtanit aolrt. ftiK., y.ii.,,i. i .. tiart ol the world "Kraphlo aaolianaea aold on FortlRUd, Hao i f ft For Perfection In Baking Use Patent Flour Manu factured by the Portland Flouring Mills Company, Oregon City. Oregon. IT IS WARRANTED TH E BEST I'liMiil In MmiiIU-Indian Mini Prriar liiK tr TriHipuRt VRiiiiiiitiT j JUrrnrli, Wr.Ii. i I U. l'.,., t.,i. in Tl. I .a., w nn.i ti'itj I im 1 1 a. ii n inrlR Oliiij mid Ni-wK)rt, U-aiintf tint (Iri-noii vuhiriti'iira, Iirvh not hnfri aixhu-il up an erly hour tlii inurning, hutj I thi-ir arrival In cx'( tiid hourly, thu ! Newport arriving neyeral hour prohably, iH'forH, the Ohio. i Wh"ihir thu Ornfin voluntwrR are Uiiili'd here will iliiciid ujijii Ilia roo- atnt i J th loloni'l In roruinand of the regiment, and rIki the wilie of the Ifovernor of (trH'in. Until thin in de ItiiiIiiim the tied CrotR Hocinty and Native Hoiir In chartfe of llm reception Ut the Oregon troom will defer further plana. All day the waterfront wrr crowded with people enioilily watching for the vi'Maela. It it eitretnely dotihtful w heitlier the Oregon ho) R will be al lowed to land at all. At far an the local (piaileniianter'a department at preaent know a, both tranortf will he ordered to Portland or Aotoria aa aoon a tbey have panned quarantine and discharged i any aoldiurt that they may brine that belong to other regiment. Whether ilu y land or not, however, every pre paration baa been made to receive them, and if they are coniMlled to remain on ahipboard during their ttay here tbey will l,e plentifully aerenaded from tug boat, launch and Whitehall, iianda, airen, horni and bannnera will welcome them them back to their native land, and if they get athore they will be feaMted by the leaders of the lied Croaa and entertained by the cltiiem. orr ton RAN rKAXCIRCO. Governor Cr Uoi to iDtwrti Meet lb Vol- Kalm, July 9. Governor Geer, Adjutant-General Tuttle, Colonel Gillii. Imr trkt Attorney Harden an. I II. A. John ! aon left Salem this evening (or Kan Fran I ciaco to meet the volunteora returning from Manila. Tbey think the volunteers , will reach San Fraiuimo before Wednes day. Oilier Kalemitea will leave for San Franoiaco in a day or two. ulaiidard i of paramount Ifiiiiorlance to the material Interenta of India, not only to promote exUling trado, but to encourage the influx of capital." Ixkion, July 10 The ipecial dia patohea to the morning paperi from Cape Town and Johannesburg fonciir aa to the complexity and obacnrliy of the I 'Mir proKwaU, and declare that the L'itlaridcr are profoundly disappointed. In JohanneMburg it li lielievd that I'reaident Krnger ia only dallying to gitin lime until the weather rnakea cam paigning difficult for the I'.ritinhen. W. I'. Hchrelner, the Cape premier, ha addrcnHe.d a letter lo an Afrikander paper puhliahed in Cape Town, declar ing that there i no ground w hatever for the active Interference of the imperial government in lloer propocali are aatinfactory. Thin ha arouned great Indignation in the Cape Colony, where it la regarded aa mifcchievoua, illtimed and calculated to encourage I'reaident Kiuger and to em barra" Sir Alfred Mllner. '" Tho Home correndei't of the I'aily Mail aaya : "The pope baa b-cn in cot reapondence with President Kruger, ap pealing V) him to avoid a rupture with Great Britain, and yeaterday he receive. I a dipatcli from the Transvaal chief magistrate declaring that settlement was still distant, but that the crisis wa passed " According to the Johannesburg enrre snondent of the Daily Mail, the Ui'.land ert regard the Transvaal government's proposals as absurdly iuMitik-ient. laid to that end. RAM rilAXCIHI It-H Wr.I.COMK. Town Want Wild Whn Wn. Hiahi.i. Tran.pnria Was Fbakciic, July VI. The United KtaU.a transport Newp'jrt 1 and Ohio, bearing the Oregon volunteer regiment from Manila, arrived here erly thiaeye ning. The vessels were sighted some miles) out at sea early in the afternoon and aoon the shrieking of steam whiatlea, the clanging ot bells and the firing of can non announced to the people of San Francisco and vicinity that the first batch of returning volunteers from Ma- the Transvaal, as the niU were neanng the peaceful shores of California, and within a few minuteH after the announcrudnt wa made, tlio street leading toward the bay shores were thronged with people wending their way to the docks and to the heigMa over looking the bay, all intent on catching a glimpse of the transports as they steamed up the harbor unJer the escort of a score) of vessels which had been made ready for the arrival of the steamers. Along the water front proper all waff excitement. Whiatle and bell kept up a continual din. The roof of ware bouses were crowded with people, and from scores of flagpoles streamad into the breexe the Stars and Stripes for which the boys have been fighting for so many long weary months. Steamer tugs, yachts and even small row boats were soon making their way as faat as possible toward (lie Golden Gate.all bent upon adding to the welcome given to the boys from the Webfoot state. A the transports slowly steamed op the harbor, the soldiers on board gath ered in excited groups on deck, anl some cli-obed into the rigging, where ther shouted and cheered like mad. The band on the Sea Queen played patriotic airs, and the screaming of many steam sirens created 4 pande-luooium. TKANHVAAL I'ROPOaALS. Cape of Good Hope Pramlor Conaldsra Tham Adequate. Caps Tow x. July 8. W . P. Schrelner, prime minister of the colony of the Cape of Good Hope, eays the Cap govern ment regards the Transvaal reform pro posals as adequate and calculated to secure peaceful settlement. The colonial premier, however, represents the Afrikander element. Sir John Gordon Sprigs, ex-prime minister and colonial secretary, who is an imperialist, considers tbe proposals in adequate to meet the just conditions of tbe Uitlanders, and altogether less tban Sir Alfred Milner, governor of the colony and British comniieaioner (or South Africa, demanded of President Kroger at the Bloemtonteir conference. REAL ESTATfc TRANSFERS. Furnished Every Week by the Clark t mas Abstract k Trust Compaay. To bo Muttered oat at Healtle. Skattlk, July 9. It is said tonight that arrangvinent have about been com-1 pleled to bring the Washington volun teers to this city to be mustered out. j Upon their arrival at San Francisco they ! will be put aboard a special train char tered by Seattle people. The train will have a pay-car attached, and the troos will be paid olfen route. 1'LOUII AT MANILA. City Ntreeta at Low Polnta Water. are I'nder Transvaal Treason Caaea. Pretoria, July 9. Tbe Transvaal government has decided to prosecute on charges of high treason the three princi pal defendants w hose complicity in the recent attempt to promote a rebellious rising at Johannesburg has been for several weeks under judicial investiga tion. Manila, July 10, 8 a. m. It bus been raining and storming almost constantly (or two days, ami the country along the American south and buy lines is liter- 'ally flooded. The aoKliers are suffering ! great discomfort. The Thirteenth in jfanlry regiment at Fanny is in the worst position, being practically surrounded i by water. The bridges that were used for getting supplies Have been washed 'away, and some of the companies are J now separated by streams six feet deep. In many cases tbe men are sleeping with three feet of water beneath their bunks, which are elevated on cracker boxes. The company cooka, when preparing the mealB. stand knee deep in w ater. Some ot tho roada leading to Pasay are simply impassible, and the rice fields on all sides are one great lake. A high wind blew over several tents of the Sec ond reserve hospital. Manila bay is im possible of navigation by either launches or canoes, and no vessels are leaving the harbor. The United States transport Centon tennial is ready to sail lor San Francisco with discharged soldiers, but the latter have to Bit around the water front all day, drenched to the skin, waiting for a launch to take them to the steamer. The river rasljf and all the other streams are swollen, and the city streets at all low poiuta are covered wtih water. London. Julv 9. The report of tbe parliamentary committee on Indi.n cur rency, just issued, In the form of a blue book, approves tue decision of the gov ernment not to revert to a silver BUn dard. It antues that It would be tra possible to maintain the status quo per manently, and recommends that tueas urea be taken to introduce a gold stand ard with the British sovereign as legal tender, and advises that tbe Indian mints be allowed to coin gold without restriction, on tbe same terms as tbe Australian mints. Finally, by a major ity of votes, the committee recommends fixing the rupee rate at 10 pence. The report says, in conclusion : 400 720 720 Washington-, July 10. Unless some change is made, the plan now arranged for the Second Oregon is that tbe regi ment will go to Astoria on tne govern ment transports and will then be trans ferred to the river steamers chartered hy the quartermaster's department, taken to Portland, and after the reception at Portland, will be taken to Vancouver, w here they will remain until mustered out. (Juartermaster Jacobs, at Vancouver, has been instructed to secure tbe steam ers. There is no necessity for any de lay at the the mouth of the river, as the troops can be transferred quickly from the transports to tbe river steamers and taken to Portland, and no such delay is now contemplated by the war depart ment. ' It will be some time before the muster out takes place, as there must be an ac counting of property and a settling of ac counts with each company. Paymas ters are very particular In the tinal set tlements, as any mistake would mean a loss to them, as there will be no further dealings with the regiment when the final settlement is made, and the money paid over. 90 COO 300 2000 400 1000 825 GETTING READY FOR TROOPS. ttarracks ltelng Repaired and Erected at Vancouver. Tents Vancouver, Wash., July 10. Exten sive preparations are being made at Vancouver barracks for the reception and accommodation ot the Oregon vol unteers, upon their return from Manila tor muster-out here. Company barracks and officers' quarters are being repaired and put in order, and a large number of service tents are being erected in the grove in the rear of the oarracks , (or the accommodation of a portion of the regi ment. There is a barrack accommoda tion (or eight companies, including one company of Twenty-fourth Infantry now here. W E Morris to J Schneider, 12.28 acres in Ii Johnson claim, 1 2 s, r 2 e J L Stone to S A Campbell, lot 3, blk 68, Oregon City 300 W D Wolverton to United States, sw4' see 13. t 2 s, r 7 e Act of C M G DoBuisson to W D Wolverton sw sec 12, t 2 s, r 7 e II C Clements to J Marks, 3-5 acre Canby depot grounds 385 A E Woverton to U S ne sec 8, t2s, r7 720 II L Stratton to J C Pierce lot 9, blk 2. Falls View W II Douglass to E M Horner, n1; of ne4 sec 10. t 3 s, r 4 e. It Gillan to M J Albright. 3.50 acres K Thompson claim, t 6 s, r2 e O C Wetxler to E G Wetiler. 40 acres in Crow claim t 3 8, r 3 e. G II Asbton to M V Piatt lot 2 blk 20, Oswego 75 C P Church to Neppach, sec 36, 1 3 8, r 5 e II C Breeden to C P Church sec 36, t 3 s, r 5 e B F Linn to W M Wilson, ei of ne'4' sec 35, 1 2 , r 2 e M J Lewellen toN J Reid, 80 acres J Stephenson claim, 1 3 s, r 4 e P Hemmelgarn to F Swartz, lot 5 blk 2, Mt Pleasant $ 115 G II Ashton to C Sabel, lot 1, 2, blk 23. Oswego... 50 U S to R Hughes, n1 of bw! sec 13. tv4s, r 4 e U S to R Hughes, sw'4' of ne'' and se of nw4 sec 13, t 4 8, r 4 e. . . II II Campbell to J W Roots, 46 acres in Isora Cranefield claim t3 8, r 4e 1 C Swartz, by adm, to II bwarti, 13 77 et al sec 23, 1 3 s, rlw.... 1200 F Swarti to II Swarts, 60 acres mile of Wllsonville L S Stanovich, to II . Swartz, 60 acres known as Swartz farm A Shay to E Chase, ne'i of bw4 and nw.'i of se'i sec 29, tie, r 4 e L L Porter to R D Wilson, lot 13, blk 13, Holmes ad 1 ED Brooks, by sheriff, to J W Roots, 5-6ths ol ne'vf, lot 1 blk 4 Marehfield 987 U S to J G Bleakney. e of se'i nw.l4 of Be?4 and tie,1- of sw sec 14, t6s, r2 e Tat J Baty. by sheriff, to II Grimm, ne'sec 22, t5B, r3 e 4.raJ THE CLACKAMAS ABSTRACT Pat Pat 10 400 Washinoton, July 10. Gorman of Maryland is now in New York, meeting with a number of politicians from all over the East with a view to overturn ing Bryan. It is said that a fair under standing exists between McLean, candi date for governor of Ohio, and Gorman, and a number of other Eastern men, to wrest tbe party from the control of the TRUST CO. are the owners o( the copy right to the Thorne system ol abstract indexes, (or Clackamas county, and bava the only complete set o( abstracts in the County, can tarnish information as to title to land at once, on application. Loans, Investments, real estate, abstract! etc. Office over Bank of Oregon City. Call and investigate. Address box 37? Oregon City Oregon. rPUonirine depoilti.