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OUK(JON CITY, OltKOON, FU1DAY, JULY 21, 18'J.
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0UNHKIX)llH AT LAW
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Iiiih Linn tlioroiilily ri(itti;l mul in future
will Im nondiu ti'il ot ii strictly fimt clim
pliiii. Firet cIihh tiiMit Hcrvici) at an reason
hU) ruli H im cnii Im IukI in tho city. I'riit
anil Hjx-cial attention Riven to banquet".
My tniiiiy friends ami tln jrem-rul ublij are
ciinliully invited to utoji ami hmj me.
C C, MADDOCK. Manouor, Oroaon City, Oregon.
THE HOYS IN CJA3IP
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CAI.I, AT TIIK KNTKKI'KIHIC.
Sail Frunchco Given a Uoyal
WHeomu to Ori'ijon Heroes.
uox. w:i:it aduhkssih m.yi.sr.
The Itmlica of all Sulilli n M ho Mi d In
the 1'lilllpplne Campaign to be
wl Euij Says Mist I Si!
Tl.ry all r Hut
llr l.jiufirri lor lUy, Unllanicr, H..U. Klc
Vttv tli niKfl romplet utix k
nl Kimt CUm (irm-rrlm to X
(ixiinl in lli City.
ATTi'ltNKY AT LAW.
Ul li.i'llun firm In ".miljf I'oufl
tinl l'(iilH UulnrM
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ATIOUNKY AT I.AW.
oif MrKlllrirk't Mi" Hlnr. nf
lti Hank ul Ofr.iii I lly.
run: and accident jj
; Itailro;il Tickt'tn to all jio'mtrt Kast at low rates, 'a
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AnollNKYM AT LAW,
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PAINT YOUR H0USES-"1
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Hah FnaNriuco, July 14. Not ninee
the dfi'iirtiiio ol tliH California volun
teer for I tie riiiliiiiiM luve tlm atrtta
ol Han Frftiit:i:o irKrnlel audi a arane
o( aniiiiatioii art 1I.17 dul lolay( nor liave
U-aiii wlnalli-a, cannon anil Ih-IIh rri-a-
IimI am h a rumun, ami all Ihia la honor j
of IIih ri-KiniMiit of Orison volmitcert
anl the California a'Kiial rorjm who
have rtnrtii-'l from foreign hora af'i-r
over 14 monllia of harlnhiu ami flltirx.
Homn gaunt ari't li k, broken In Ix-alth
ami (.pirit, aoine tx-urinit trie marks of
Filiiinoa' linlliita, otlmra relurnii k to
their native country full of vigor ami life,
ami even btU-rel y Ihi'ir trying eir
iiinre in the tropical climate and the
vlxoroua caiiip iiijn agaiiMt folio era of
inale, ami on In-half of tl jolo of
Oron I thank you."
(iiTii-ral Hummers then alcpjied for
ward and aaid;
"All thone who Inliiiid returning to
Orci(on with the regiment will raiae
Nearly every right hand in the regi
fnmit wa rained. IVrha 20 or 30 of
the men held their hands down.
"The governor thanks you," cried the
colonel, and there was a great clapiiinir
of hands amoi( the volunteers.
Ian)iitiii II y the lfd C'roia.
Later in tli evening the volunteers
weie taken to the Metbanica' pavilion,
where an elatxirate repast hl been pre
ared for them by the ladies of the Ked
Croaa Bociety. The repaat was in every
reaiiett moat enjoyable. The dinner
was the flrit really Korxl meal the volun
teers had partaken of aince their !
parture for (he aeHt of war, and it was
fully enj iyed by all who were preeent.
The ladies of the Ked Cross had full
charKe of the entertainment, and their
good work received nun h pii-e from
the volunteers, The iiiirnenae building
had been tastefully decorated with
flag's and flowers.
At the ban'j'iet in the Mei-hanirg'
pavillion tonight, F. W. Dobunann,
president of I he Merchants Aa-tuciation,
made a brief aiMrens of welcome to the
MAY UK (iOVKKXMUXT I'KOI'KKTT.
The I'. S. (internment Ciinalderlni th
rurilia-wof the Willamette Iwka.
Ti.e i-aiiae of the ileiooiietration was
the landiiiK of the Urerfon volunteers j (),,m vour,teers, Sfieakiiig for Mayor
i on m i.i: in
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k uti nl ttvih, gulit rrowna, alt klml of
(lilt ik liililK"ork.
all HI. nar ilejU treK"n t'Uy. r-
Kirr Mi Kliirlrk'a Hill Hiors, near
lli llahk ol Urrttunt'ity.
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ATruiiNKY AT LAW
nit 10 Orr(nn Cltv Knuri'ri'S.
""te of the NnrthwcHlern Untver-
itv Denlul Hchool, Chlcngo.
"American College of lHmtal Surgery,
Willamette lUock, Oregon City.
. FAO. W. 8worw,
Arri)UNEY'8 AT LAW.
'wtlnns, ForeolosuM of Mortgage,
nd a general law IniaineHS at
tended to promptly.
Ht. Firttt door South of MethodiHt
fiOU 13 UTJUZ nIJIH TO BUY
Screen Doorn, Window Screens,
Lawn Mowers, (tardeii Hose,
(Jardon Totl., Scythes, Culti
vators, Uicycles, itc, ttc. for
which we are headquarters. Wo
are agents for tho ('elebrated
Siminonds Saws, Z Wediros and
Sledges, Syracuse Chilled Plows,
Canton Steel 1'lows, Harrows &c.
Largest Stock of Hardware,
Stoves and Tinware in tho city.
Plumbinff and Jobbing
a Spocialty ......
a 3 (crrr.oji.
Cor. 4th and Main Sts.
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part nt the world
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In Baking t
Use Patent Flour Manu
factured by the Portland
Flouring Mills Company,
Oregon City. Oregon.
IT IS WARRANTED
and the Californians, preparatory to go
ing Into ramp at the l'reaidio and the
final muMlering out, and then the lait
stage of (he j iurney Ui Oregon and home
Karly in the day great cioads of eople
commenced gathering along the line i f
march, and on every cromirg were lined 1 j 1Va 0ljt.re,j
up carriages, bunaes, buggies and trucks,
all freighted with anxious people wait
ing to add their hurrahs to the welcome
given the returning troops. Factory
whittles were blown nd tho bay
steamers added to the shrieking. Can
nons were died at several points and
U-II rang out the welcome ot Kan Fran
cisco to the Webfooters and the small
group of native eons who made up the
signal corim of the California regiment.
The crowds increased with every min
ute and the minutes lengthened into
hours almost before the first group of
soldiers left the transports. When the
waiting crowds became fully aware that
the men were actually in light, the din
and roar of tnechanictl noin-s, mingled
with the cheers of thousands, made it
seem as if bedlam bad really broken
Chrrd tha Orrgntilana.
First in the line of march was Major
Noble, General Shafier's aid, followed by
the band of the Third artillery. Then
came Governor Goer, of Oregon, and his
stair, and they were followed by the
Californians, who shared the cheers
with the Oregonians.
Then came the regiment, headed by
Brigadier-General Summers, and its
band. As the men marched, company
front, up the wide street, they made a
splendid appearance. An ambulance,
hearing the sick and wounded, followed,
then battery C, of the Third artillery.
All along t..e line of march the men were
cheered to an echo, and the bands hired
by individuals played lively music. As
the soldiers passed the 1'alace hotel,
they were deluged w ith flowers thrown
from the windows bv guests.
At the junction of Third, Market and
Kearney streets, the crowds were im-
nienoeaiut the three morning papers
which have cilices on the corners of
those streets vied with each other to see
which could make the most noise.
General Shatter and staff and Gov
ernor Goer and his statT, and many noted
army officers reviewed the parade as it
passed np Van Ness avenue toward the
1'resldio. Aa the men passed the re
viewing stand, they cheered continually.
When the Fresidio was reached the men
were giyen a rest and then commenced
the work of going to camp.
Here they will rest under military dis
cipline for two or three weeks, when (he
final niusteting out will take place, and
then they will be sent to their Northern
homes by train.
Aililreaand by Governor Over
At a late hour this afternoon the Ore
gon volunteers nade their appearance
on dress parade at the Presidio. They
were addressed by Governor Goer, who
"The only unpleasant feature about
the reception is that it had to occur on
California soil. When I left Oregon
w ith my start" to meet you here, it was
with the understanding that you were to
proceed immediately to Vancouver bar
rack and there be mustered out. When
I went out to meet you on thw trans
ports, I found but one opinion among
you, and that is that you bIiouUI be mus
tered out in ijan Francisco. When I ,
found that this was so, I did what little
I could to aid you in having this thing
accomplished. This has beon a great
disappointment to the people of Oregon,
but the disappointment is only a tem
porary one. At least, 1 hope so, " You
have couforred honor and renown on the
state ol Oregon, and tho people are
more than anxious to show their appre
ciation ol your work. The state of Ore
gon Is proud of the record you have
I'helan, who was unavoidably absent.
Ilisaddiess was responded to by General
Summers, who introduced General
Kliafu-r. General Shafter said in part:
"I will try my b.-ut to make things
j pleasant while you stay beie. Already
the payinaiter to band
over to you tomorrow two months' pay,
which I trust you will use moderately
and with discretion, but from your rec
ord I fear tliece qualities are not your
long suit. You. were never known to
stop at anything when on the fighting
Several prominent peoplo addressed
the boys after the repast, expressing
pleasure at their return alter their gal
lant services for the Dig in the Philip
pines. Fre Theater Ticket.
Later in the evening the regiment
was divided into sijnads and entertained
at the different theaters, each playhoue
having set snide from 100 to 200 seats
f ir the entertainment of the boys.
The parade out Market street to the
pavilion was not imposing from a mili
tary point of view, for the soldiers were
without arms, and most 'of them were
attired in the undress uniform which
prevails at Manila. Theii reception,
however, was none the lss enthusiastic,
and the men who did such good work
thousands of miles away from home will
not soon forget the warmth of their wel
come in this city.
Major-General Shatter, who spoke a
few words to the returning volunteers
today, referred in expressive terms to
the good work they had done during
their term of service, and expressed the
hope that all volunteer regiments would
ttuke an equally good shotting.
"Sas Fbascisco, July 17 To bis
Excellency, T. T. Geer, Governor of Oie
gon : Sir The enlisted men of the regi
ment desire o express to you the deep
sentiment of gratitude which your noble
and appreciative conduct has inspired in
each of us. Patriotism does not find ex
pression in battle alone. He who holds
the reins of power with such toleration
that personal pledges are sacrificed to
bis inferiors' convictions of right, com
mands a loyalty that contests in arms
may fail to maintain, and none can be
more sensitive to respectful considera
tion than the enlisted men of the United
States army. We feel most highly hon
ored by the atteutions received at the
hands of yourself and staff. Very obedi
ently. Enlisted Men of the Second Ore
Ill) DIES WILL BE II NOUGHT BACK.
The people of the Willamette valley
have for some time been anxious that
the government should acquire po
session of the locks and canal at the
falls of the Willamette, and make theia
free to the commerce of the river, the
same as the locks and canal at the cas
cades of the Columbia are. Kepre-tenta-tive
Tongue introduced a bill at th
last meeting of congresa providing for
the purchase of theae locks by the gov
ernment, but It failed to pass. A pro
vision was, however, inserted in the
liver and harbor bill directing a survey
of "the canal and locks situated on the
west side of the Willamette, at Willam
ette falls, in Clackamas county, with a
view to aw-ertairi the desirability of their
condemnation and purchase by the gov
ernment." Steps are now being taken to carry
out the intention of this provision. A
commission, coniting ot Major V". II.
Heuer, of San Francisco, and Captain
W. C. Langflttand W. W. Harts, corpaj
United States engineers, of this city, has
been appointed lo investigate into the
matter and re-iort to the chief of engi
neers. Captain Langfitt has been op to
the locks to take in the sitdation, ami
will today tend up an assistant engineer
to make a survey and obtain certain
data in regard to the locks and canal,
which are required by the commission to
enable them to make op their report.
As soon as the required information has
been secured, a meeting of the commis
sion will be held in thi city for the pur
pose of preparing their report, which
will be forwarded to the chief of engi
neers, and will lay it before congress,
with such recommendations as be my
see fit to make.
The purchase of these locks by the
government, and the doing away with
the 50 cents per ton toll charge by the
company who Jiow owns them, will be
a great boon tj the farmers of the Will
amette yalley, but it is not likely to be
viewed with favor by the Southern
Pacific Company, and as the income
from the property has, it is understood,
amounted of late to some $50,000 or (60,-
! 000 per annum, and is constantly in-
creasing, and the property is bound to be
very valuable in the future, the owners
thereof, the Portland General Electric
Company, will doubtlesi feel that they
are likely to be losers by accepting any
amount that the government is likely to
offer for it.
The fact that the upper part of the
canal furnishes water power for several
large manufacturing establishments may
cause some trouble in negotiating for the
purchase of the properly, but doubtless
arrangements satisfactory to all con
cerned could be made. The action ot
congress in the matter will probably de
pend largely upon the recommendations
the chief of engineers may make in the
matter, and in any event, it will be
some time before it will be finally
settled. Oregonian. 1
KE1L LSI'ATL TRANSFERS.
Famished Every Week by the Clacks
mas Abstract Trust Company.
All the Oregon Dead to Be Returned at
the Nation- Expenae.
San Francisco, July 17. All the
bodies of the dead in the Second Oregon
regiment will be brought home for burial
at the governments expense. All who
died in the hospitals and all who were
killed on the field, with one exception,
have received temp&rary interment at
the Manila cemetery, where each vault
was marked w ith exceeding care, The
exception is Lieutenant Jones Harring
ton, who was killed in the famous at
tack on Tabon bridge. He was buried
near the bridge with military honors,
and the grave is well marked, so that
there will be no trouble to find it.
Ke noval of the bodies will not begin
for five or six months. A plan was tried
of embalming the bodies aa they w ere
brought in from the field, but lor various
reasons it did not succeed. The military
authorities have promised to return the
bodies, not only to San Francisco, but to
the town designated by the relatives of
the dead Boldier, wherever it may hap
pen to be all at the government's ex
pense. In caso no request is received
from relatives, the body will be con
veyed to Washington, D. C, and in
terred in the National cemetery.
S 11 Kennedy to B Matthies,
in sec 28, 1 2 s, r2 e
m Barlow to M 8 Borlw, tract in
sec 5. 1 4 a, r 1 e
Wm Barlow to A P Barlow, tracts
A P Barlow to L E Grazer 30 acres
in sec 29, t 3 s, r 1 e..
S B May to J C Newbury, lots 1, 2,
blk 2, Seal's add, New Era 25
O & C R R Co to W T Smith lot 2
sec 3, t 4 s, r 4 e 122
II N Cook to J Enger, lot 3, blk 11
G II Wishart to M C Strickland,
lots 3, 4, blk 53, Oregon City.... 2000
C L Broughton to A Erickson 6
adresnear tract 2 Fruitdale.... 1500
G Glidden to A Erickson 6 acres
near tract 2, Fruitdale 210
A U Hall to J A Robinson, 25 acres
Shannon claim, 1 2 s, r 1 e 300
W Stuckey to A Meyer 75 acres in
R Larkina claim, 1 5 s. r 2 e. . .. 1500
F Matthies to B Matthies 95 acres
sec22,t2 8, r2e 1500
I C Crawford to J C Hostetter 35
acres sec 30, t 4 s, r 1 e 280
V Wilson to B F Linn e,' of ne
sec 35, t b, r 2 e.
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TRUST CO. are the owners of the copy
right to the Thome system of abstract
indexes, for Clackamas county, and have
the only complete set of abstracts in the
County, can furnish information as to
title to land at once, on application.
Loans, Investments, real estate, abstracts
etc. Office over Bank of Oregon City.
Call and investigate. Address box 377
Oregon City Oregon.
" You can't cure dyspepsia by dieting.
Eat good, wholesome food, and plenty of
it, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests food
without aid from the stomach, and is
made to cure. Gko. A Harding.