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CDaehine Shop f
rnnitill.i I lid ia n Confesses
Crime on Deathbed.
Fourth unci Wator Streets.
Phllipp piK.ldniri, Prop.
NEW MACHINERY CONSTRUCTED
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Ki-p.iiiing i. all k in.lt ;M ill mid Farm Machinery iiml I'niiifs
one solid piece fifteen inches in width
I and about eight inches in thirkriess.
This piece ol finishing material w
j ,i m f-. 1 when tlio church was built in
i lit."), ami llM hlulf ol preservation is re
J iimrkale , there being very little decay.
I r .i-oiU; in )W residing heie, pi-ihaps,
ieuli.e tli.it i lit Jobli'N church Was
erected hltyseven years ago, yet nmaiii
ling perfectly intact, wi'h an appearance
kjuhI to many ol the building-, of not
Lull that mix. 11m: foundation upon
j which the building rests is about three
licet in thickness ami stands today 88
j Bolld uh (jibralter. A lurnare ia to b
I. nt in tbo basement ami other atlora-
I iuiis madti which will nut only modern
A N Oil I F.K HAbi:i) KMt tim: Dr.F.D
I it.! Inn N.iin il Williams Siy I'ilyf h
ll. Nul Minder Aiciil Hiiiiiiiu
rr ilcr Mini'1)'.
1 ,1,. .1 i.iiiifi.ri.iii'n makes it cer
tain that thi! wrong mini was hanged (or I M the structure ami give greater sealing
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(iif.NSI I.OUS AT LAW
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HMt.lt I H ANOIItHON.
It I I Mil K
N.'W nj Hi-cimil Ilaliil, All Mkkei
SOLD ,'iQd RENTED
l'lati-nii ami Tarts for All Mitcliim-s t
IVri KT TVI'K WltlTKIt r.KI'AIHIN'O
At Hrni.iinnl.lr lr).'r
Anil All liiiplicatinn fiooils
T) n rlli.r Hu.pll nml Offlri. I'll nil I urn
W iltr ..r '.ln.nr nr tall ..n u
V hNl yoll lirnl 14 11 I 111 11 lj
Coast Agency Co., Portland, Or.
'.' It simk siir.l, i..i. I. mill .V llllini llmik.
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Hll(li Hy ItiiHTil
5 Built to Fit the Feet,
inu' Flv!.' "illi lli.-?-fiii C'.iiifiirt.
CdlllO 111 ij
a imiriliT on lh Umatilla Hemivation l.'i
yi-arH hj.". Th! man whom lib' waH
wioniily tukcii waH I'ilyeu, a younit Cay
iiHH liniian, who whh convictfil of Uih
iiiuritiT ol Mm. AnrH reiunt. Now
roiniw ilii- Haibli'Ht part of lli (dorythe
narration of th ilnath-beil coiifi.-BHion of a
KUlltV iiihii, whirli wairiiiHile by bin wilt
t.i J.f ( rail,', tin- lml aii interpreter, but
not until alier uhe bail kept the hecret
A few wei'kn H, an liniian, A ic.tor
Williuint by name, whone homo wan
near the government ebool, on the
reHervution, fintlinu IniiiHelf ut the (lour
ofilflitb Willi coIiMlllliption, railed lne
wile to biH be.iilH ami horrified her hy
cotifci-Hiri that it wa be, and not I'll
yen, who bad murdered Mm. Tenant.
He Hiiid be had not intended to kill her,
but aa che whh uuppoHed to have eoii
Hiilerablu money in her botiHe, and lived
alone, be thought be could Rifely rob
her. While he was ranHackintf the
bonne, Mrs. Tenant awoke, made an
outcry and MMzed bun. Thereupon be
murdered her He b d kept hid secret
l;i yearn, but bad tuiH'ercd the agonies ol
the dammed w henever be thought of
the weak old woman be bad killed, and
I'ilyeu, biH i:lone pi rc.nal friend, whom
be had permitted to be judicially mur
dered to Hi-reeii hiiiiHcll. lie bad be
come unable to wleep at niht ami re
moral! (-o preyed lion him that be fell
into it di eline and finally bei ome a vie-
! capacity, but will increase the altraclivt:
neon and render it more convenient.
One bf the feature!! of the edifice as it
now hIhjiiIh, which ban evidently been
adopted Hokly by the local church, are
the window h, each of which baa been
donated and dedicated to aome particu
lar person. With the idea of keeping
that time honored custom intact, the
windows for the new portion of the
huildiri); will be supplied in the same
manner, one of w hich will be dedicated
to the memoiy of Dr. John McLaughlin,
w hose remains lie in the corner of ttie
church yard, directly under the window.
It is dewired that funds with which to
purchane this window be subscribed by
the people of this city, out of memory of
the founder of the town. The improve
ments about the premise will be com
pleted entire about t.ie middle of next
HUE NEAIt DODGE.
(.rfater Lo-b Stiiiined lo Hie Neigh
bo huid lliuu ut First Reported.
1 l.i.'k ut our Milliliter lontivi nr. Lite M'.vIch hikI Imttoin
J KRAUSSE BROS,
fill I'oMI HA.NH
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mti t. . niiiii.iiiii! nr. i si.
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W. K. ITIAM
Al liiKM.Y AT LAW
i.HTi,1.. I . nmli.ril Aliitrm t Mule.
jj trill, M'..r!fa.:.- I'rawn. Mon.) Loaned
orri, r i. r ii .
rl ol nr. ,.,,n Cliy. iimoos l'i.
S.IO'Rra C. B. burl r!
L'llKN A- SCHUKIIEL
AitniiiiyH ut I-ihv.
Jii-ulMjcv buohrtt. '
j : 1 1 .., '! in nil rourii, make rolli'i'lions
II il HI Vim .-1,1. Ill I .'ale".
U.ri'.h ni, -ir.i.-i. i, title, lend Vim money
H,dln,, , , i r nmney mi llrsl mri;ni'e.
jCflico in Lntorpriso DuilclinK.
I in t un ' i I y . Oircoll.
10I;i;i;t a. Ml U.Kit
J ATTOKNI-Y AT LAW
Uinl 'l ltice. tuid liiml OOlce
HuMlm.- (i Hjjeclnlty
'' ill prat Ik r iu all Courts of the State
Kooiii Wriiihard Ilbltf.
Court House, Oregon City, Orcm
SM'i lut HurKMlm III a4
GROCERIES, PATENT MEDICINES 2
Anil Uriii;. 'A
J A O M MT i. 11 I'.i.l Oftlei. unit J
j A. O. MUIN I, illiiiiiette rails. ri,n. reii.h..i... sn.tion r
I To the Editor. We have just passed
j thiotigti a forest tire, or rutber.it came
near passing through us of this locality.
D burned over a laine ncope of country
j about three miles long and six miles
w ide in extent. It cauie near burning
i us ail out of house and home.
His "total loss
is about $100. lie is at present in East
ern Oregon. Widiam I'.usch bad just
completed a lare barn, which would
have been destroyed bad it not been for
the faithful work of .Messrs. Kirchem
and Foster. Myers & Son Baved their
daughter, i sawmill plaDt by baid work. It was a
woman s ' close call. Uonstanliy lor tinny-six
hours the owners and others lought the
lire buck. As it was there was a loss of
,.I,iii il.'.O Riistitined. The mill is attain
about ready to run, however. The
house and barn ol J. T. Myers came
beini! destroyed. The barn
Knmswick House & Itcs.aur.mt
Newly Furnished Rooms.
Meals at All Hours. Prices Reasonable.
Opposite Suspension Bridge.
Only First Class Kestaurant
tbn of e iiisuiiii.Unii. To east) bis con
Hi iei ce. he said, he must coiil-ss lus, William Neiman lust
double minder before he died, lest lie j housie. brn anil fences.
could not Iiml rest even in the grave
Such m the Mtoiy Victor Williams lold
j On the third day of April, 1SV.I, Mrs.
Atrns TV-sMit was murdered. Her
body was di-icoveicil by her
, Mui.mm Duiinin. Till
I tiru i it m hail been beaten out'witb a clul
;aml to make sure of his work the assass
in bud cut her throat. For some days
noclew to the murderer whh found, but
! t'niullv iiiinv tracks were discovered in
mm H.ri.iiiiiinz Held, which were traced to
'tin. iii.K'hhurhood of a
'Indian culled I'ilyeu. I ilveu's wife
had been seen washing a shirt in the
' I'niatilla river the day after tbo murder.
I'l'liH Hhirt wuh found bv the nllicers, ideil-
us beioiiL'iiiir to Piljeu, and
WILL EXTEND LINE
Trolley Komi Will l!e Hiiilt To
wokk will vr.titT Miunnvnii
vc lie, ill his Aie Ilea ly Fur In jr f
tii.ii II r Intending' ( onlrui't
ers -C .iiiilcte hy Fall.
I Vinstruction worlr on a trolley linA In
Sprinxwaier is to begin at once and be
pushed with the nope of completing all
lowland grade before Fail rains com
mence. The Oregon Water Power &
Hail way Company Monday announced
ihat it had let the contract for the 5Ji
miles between Lents and tjresbam. Con
tractor Mason has heuun assembling in
struments for the grading, and crews of
men will be put on the work Monday.
The intention is to have that stretch of
road ready to operate before December.
Contracts tor the construction of the ad
ditional '1) miles to the eomnany s power
site on the Clackamas river will be let
before the end of this month, and the
work will be entered uon at once. The
tir.U'r aitw tu fti.r.ill u milt nml ft hlf
from Sprmgwater pontotiiee, and for the
present the power station will be the
terminus ol the line.
The construction contracts are for
clearing the right of way and preparing
the grade for ties and rails, w hich will
rirniiul.tv ha luiil iiv llip primnanv. T.fthir
f " .' j 1 j
for clearing toe right of way and prepar- ,
ing the grade is exiected to be supplied
by the farmers along the line. The har
vest rush w ill be passed, and many fann
ers will be glad of the opportunity to do
this work near their homes for the cash
it will bring in. By dividing the line
into short sections work may be prose
cuted in many places at the same tune,
and this plan is expected to get most of
the grade out of the way of the rains. On
high land, where drainage is easy, tlio
work may be prosecuted in the wet sea
son, aid those stretches w ill be leit until
the last. The bridges will not be in
cluded in the u-ru ling contracts and they
will probably ti6 bunt under the direct
supervision of the company.
Itlghtol way lias been omaineu an
through to the power station, with the
exception of three or four tracts, for
which condemnation proceeJings will be
necessary, and will be instituted at once.
LOST ON MOUNT HOOD.
nnur IkMinu rifstroved. the barn con-
.......... 'ui.i.u luiiiud alxmt fnrtv tuns of hay. We are
imiiik vi.j ...-v j v.. -j rr. . ,.
satisfied that people visiting me lucauiy
looking for berries set out the tire,
through carelessness and enssedness.
We have a clue as to wl o set the fire,
uml ulwoi we become thoroughly con
linen un ueiuiiKing .-.., - , - -- - -
doctor swore at the preliminary hearing i vinced we propose to proeecute the of
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MURROW'S BARRED ROCKS
An- nt tin' to). Have won at two of tlio largest pIiows in tlio
Northwest, l'.lOl nlso at the etato fairs. Look up their
nri.nl. Somo fine hreedint? eotkrels from our prize winning
strain -MH nml up. Also n few white rock coekrelu $2.00.
.f'J.OO per HfttiiiK.
J. MURROW & SON,
Oregon City, Ore.
ATTOKNKY AT LAW
iiirri m of raiirisTT ruMHin.
next tu Orrimi City Eiilerirb
(Jf-0. C. JIUOWNKLL,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW
Wcii. - Oregon
Will prnm In all tlm courts of the
ffioe it, Cie, l.uilihiig.
Flour is a Necessity
TlM-re are many kinds of Hour. But none bo good as ours.
Try it and he convinced. Made by patent process. Pure,
wholesome and of a superior grade.
Portland Flouring mills Co.
before United States Commissioner Tus
tin Ihut the stains on the shirt were
hlood, but whether of an animal or
human being he was not sure. I'ilyeu
was committed for trial in the United
States Court at Portland, and was
placed in the Multnomah County jail.
Upon bis trial before Judge Deady, in
addition tothe evidence about the pony
tracks and the blood etains on the Blurt,
an Indian named Liberty, who nad ieen
a fellow prisoner with I'ilyeu, went on
the witness stand and swore that I'ilyeu
confessed the murder to him in the Port
land jail. Upon this evidence Pilyee.
was convicted and duly hanged. I'ilyeu
always denied his guilt to friends and
A circumstance showing the truculent
character of Victor Williams was re
called bv Lee Mooreboiise, who was
Umatillu'lndian agent when the murder
was committed. Mr. Mooreboiise says
that be recalls the fact now that on the
the murder. Williams
came to Pendleton and got some whisky.
When returning to the reservation, as
he passed the Sisters' school on the
eastern edge of the tow n, he fired a
pistol shot through a second-story
.. ;.i., ... i ii, u,,,i,l.,iiiv the bullet nar
rowly missing one ol the Sisters. His
flight Irom the country saved Lim from
being prosecuted for tins offense.
I'artiehhil Residence loninleted Alter
ations to Catholic Edifice tiolng On.
f.ui.lMrs in the foil extent of the law
We are at a loss to know why there is
not a forest ranker sent to this part of
the country. There should be such an
..tu,... ao mir i,rnt.urtv is in ilnt?er
of destruction all through the dry season.
Parties coming Irom a distance 10 pica
hfi-nea do not deem to care whether they
destroy the wtiole country or not.
J. i. n.
Later reports just in from Spring
water are to the effect that the fires have
been revived and further and more
serious dauiage is feared.
REAL ICSTATK AND INSURANCK
A(Rtd Front, Court Mouse Hlock
Oregon City, OreK
IS. I SIAS
1)1''. AM'! It IN
itches, Clocks, Jewelry and.
A11 kinds of repairing neatly dono
"MoHtce lll.ljr. I'miby.OrrBoil
Near Huntley's Drug Store,
Y YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
Ureat Britain and America.
but If you are going, east write us for our rates and
let us tell you about the service and accommodations offered by the
inols Central Railroad. Through Tourist Cars
I t?. Illinois Central Pacific Coast to
ChlcaeO and Cincinnati. Don't fail to wnte us about
fou ufp afwe are in a position to give you some valuable ...forma
Jio" anil assistance. 53-9 mile, of Truck over which operated
some of the finest trains in the world.
For particulars regarding freight or passenger rates call on or
J. C. LINDSF.Y,
B. T. TRUMRULL,
T. V. &. P. A. 1
141 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
The improvements going forward about
the pramises occupied by the Catholic
nlm-nli FA tin il.mht of a more extensive
and notenortby nature than many of the
people of tins city realize, nuai is
1 .i.o , ..mi. Iiiiil residence is now
kiiunu iui ni" r"'-- : , r .
practically completed and is being oc
..,,,.i.,l hv Father Hillibrand. The
.. ..... .0 n.mlurn throughout. It COD
till ULI Ul O I" ' .
tains nearly a dozen large well arranged
.. ..... . 1, , u hpn furnished, will cer-
IUUHID, ' ,
tBinly be one of the most pleasant and
convenient nomes id mi mj.
building will have cost over ,uw, auu
..;....;. .,,,uiriiims are not extraordin
arily large it may readily be understood
ii.u 11. u ....neral construction must be
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1 0...1 it fmiuli nt tbn nest ma
terial obtainable, the result of carefully
prepared plans ana the product 01 emu
(ul labor. Father Hillibrand is very
and takes a keen
interest in all that is being done about
the premises, personally supervising
every detail. The fact that the church
.i ...oi.iaa nei'imv tbn most com
manding location on the flat easily
renders the place an ideal spot for the
purposes to which it has been dedicated,
i,on tim improvements are com
pleted a most cre Jitable change in the
appearance of that part of the city will
have been accomplished.
innii, imimrtunt change in the
premises is just now going on. The
church building is receiving a very wihd
addition on the front, which has been
made necessary by the increase in the
attendance at the services conducted
there. The additional room has a ground
surface of 30x155 feet, the full height of
the original uuiunng. me- uuiauu a
material used on the front of the old
building has been very carefully removed
1 .:n nn the front eleva-
;Sllll Hill uon-),.""" - . , ,
! tion of the new portion. Particularly ts
Resolutions of Respect.
OiiKfos City, August lOtb. Once
more Meade Post, Department of Ore
gou G. A. K., has been called upon to
fullow to his last resting place the re
mains of another beloved and honored
comrade ; Nathan Tingle, who died at his
home in Gladstone, August 4. Comrade
Tingle was a member of Battery E, First
Regiment of Michigan Artillery, and re
mained with that organization until the
close of the war. His Rattery was as
signed to duty in the Western army, un
der Thomas, and served with distinction
in all the hard-fought battles in which
the array of the Tennessee was engaged.
. . it -i, 1 1
tie was a man oeioveu rjy an woo miew
him, as a man of unswerving integrily
and loyalty and a neighbor to be reiieu
upon at ali times, always ready to lend a
heloinir hand to those in want or diBtiess :
a loving husband and father. The com
rades of Meade post deeply deplore the
loss of our oeioveu coiuraue ana exieuu
tr. tim fumilv nf thft riapiiRpd their heart
felt sympathy, feelinj- that as the years
roll on our last thinning ranKS win oe so
reduced in the near future mat tne last
n,n.kap nf ihut errand nld organization
will have answered the last roll call, aud
what was will be no more.
Q. A. Harding,
C. A. Williams,
L. W.Ingram, ,
Rates Again Reduced From All Point
Before you make definite arrangements
for that triD east let us uuote you rates
via the Illinois Central Railroad. Our
rates are the lowest to be had, and it wil
pay you to write us. If you haven't time
to communicate with us, tell the agent
from whom you purchage your ticket
that you want to travel by Way of the
Illinois Central, and you will never re
gret the trip.
If any of your relatives or friends in
the east are coining west while the low
rates are in effect write us about them,
and we will see that they get the lowest
rates with the best service.
Through tourist cars, personally con
ducted excursion cars, free reclining chair
cars in fact all the latest conveniences
know to modern tailroading.
For particulars regarding rates, time,
twice, stop-overs, different connections
and routes, Etc., etc., call on or address ;
B. H. Trumbull,
142 Third Street, Coui'l Agt.
Terrible EsperLnce f Rey. Beik,
Portland Episcopalian Minister.
Lost in a blinding snow storm on Mount
Hood for 3d hours was the terrible ex
perience of Rev. W. A. M. Creek, rector
of St. Matthew's FiOiscopal church, of
Kev. Breek had been passing his va
cation at Government Camp. Last Sat
urday morning, accompanied by a small
party, he left the camp for the snow line.
He did not intend toclimb the mountain.
The duv was a cloudy one and not at all
favorable '01 such an attempt. He bad
with him his alpenstock, this being his
The other members of the party re
turned at noon, for leaden clouds were
making their appearance, and there were
unmistakable signs ol an approaching
snowstorm. Rev. Breck's absence was
not noticed until later in the day. In
the meanwhile the storm broke in all its
Night came, but Mr. Breck was still
missing. Oi course, everyone was much
alarmed, and Government Camp was in
Searching parties were organized and
plans were made to go out lor the lost
man as soon as the storm should abate.
Sunday morning came and still no word,
he Btorm meanwhile continuing. Sun
dav afternoon at 3 o'clock the welcome
news was brought from the toll gate, nine
mileB below Government Camp, that the
lost traveler had arrived.
During the time that he had been on
the mountain he was without food and
without even a match. All night he
leaned against a tree. When day broke
be was fortunate enough to reach one 01
the streams, the Zig-Zag, which he fol
lowed, and thus reached the toll gate.
All Were Saved
'For years I sudered such untold mis
ery from Bronchitis," writes J. H. John
ston, of Broughton, Ga., "that often T
was unable to work. Then, when every
thing else failed, I was wholly cured by
Dr. King's New Discovery (or Consump
tion. My wife suffered intensely from
Asthma, till it cured her, and all our ex
perience goes to shew it is the best Croup
medicine in the world." A trial will
convince you it's uDrivalled for Throat
and Lung diseases. Guaranteed bottles
50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Geo.
In the mails when you
can get a bank draft. This
ia tbe safer and better way
of sending money. Allow
us to sell you the draft.
j THE BANK OF OREGON CITY
L Oregon City, Oregon