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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1901.
SOUTH AND EAST
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO,
Trains Leave OregonJCIty for Portland and
way stations at 8:24 a.m. and 6:03 P.M
" Oregon City
" Los Aageles
" El Paso
" Fort Worth
" City of Mexico
" New Orleans
8:30 i.M. 7:00 p.m.
9:22 A. V. 7:62 P.M.
5:00 P.M. 4:35a.M.
7:46 P.M. 8:15 p.m.
5:45 A.M. 11:45 A.M.
9:00 A.M. 9:00 a.m.
7:52 A M, 7:2.5 a.m.
7:45a.M. 9:30 a.m.
1:20 P. M. 7:00 a.m.
:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.
6:30 A.M. 6:80 A.M.
9:55 A. M. 9:55 A. M.
4:00 s.M. 4:00 a.m.
5:25 P.M. 6:25 P.M,
6:42 a.m. 6:42 a.m.
12:43 p.m. 12:43 p.m.
" New York
Pullman and Tourist Cars on both trains,
Chair oars, Saoramento to Ogden and El Pasoj
and tourist cars to Chicago, St. Louis, New
Orleans and Washington.
Connecting at San Francisco with several
Steamship Lines for Honolulu, Japan, China,
Philippines, Central and Souih America.
See E. L. Hoop enoabkeb, agent at Oregon
viiy suvuon, or address
C. H. MARKHAM, O. P. A.,
The Dalles, Portland and Astoria
Strs. Regulator & Dalles City
Dally (except Sunday) between
Touching at way points on both sides of the
Until nf tltp nhnv, atnamava Viava Vaan ul.titl
and are in xoellent shape fnr the season of 1900
The Regulator i,tne will endeavor to give its
For Comfort, Economy and. Pleasure
travel by the steamers of The Regulator
The above steamers leave Portland 7a tn.nnd'
Dalles at8a. m.,and arrive at destinationln ample
time for outgoing trains.
Portland Office, The Dalles OfB ce
uaK St. Dock. CourtStreet,
A. C. AI.LAWAI
"Best of Everything"
In a word this tells of the pass
enger service via,
THE NORTH-WESTERN LINE
8 Trains Daily between St, Paul
an..! Chicago comprising:
" 1 Latest Pullman Sleepers
: ,erless Dining Cars
i ibrary and Observation Cars
i'ree Reclining Chair Cars
T',.e 20th Century Train "THE
r; fH-WESTERN limited" runs
nv. ry day of the year.
The Finest Train in the World
Electric Lighted Steam Heated
To Chicago by Daylight.
The Badger State Express, the finest day
train running between Chicago via.
the Short Line.
Connections from the west made via
The Northern Pacific,
and Canadian Pacific Rys.
This is also one of the best lines between
Omaha, St. Paul and Minneapolis
-All agents sell tickets via "The North
W. H. MEAD, H. S. S1SLER.
G. A. J. A.
948 Alder St., Portland, Oregon.
.NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned ad
ministratrix of the estate of Benjamin Hendrlck
Bon, deceased, has filed her final account In the
County Court of Clackamas County, Oregon, as
as such administratrix, and Monday, the 18th day
of Feb., A. D., 1001, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
m., has been fixed by the Hon. Thos. F. Ryan,
Judge of said court, as the time for bearing any
all objections to the report and the settlement
' ALBINA HKNDBICKSON,
Administratrix of Said Estate .
Dated this 12th day of Jan., A. D. 1901.
Diuick & Eastham,
Attorneys for Administratrix.
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon for
the county of Clackamas.
Ada L. Osburn,
Thomas J. Osburn,
To Thomas J. O (burn, Defendant:
In the name of the state of Oregon, you are
hereby reqa ired to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled
suit on or before the 1st day of March, W01,
that being the time prescritwu In ord er of p uli
cation of this summons; and if you fail to appear
and answer laid complaint, the plaintiff will ap
ply to the court for the relief theiein prayed for,
to-wit: A decrrt of divorce from the bonds of
matrimony now existing between you and the
plaintiff and for other relhf raj el for in the
This summons Is published by order of Bon.
Thomas F.Ryan, County Judge of said county,
ma de and tnttrtd lb t- irof January, 1901,
and the date of the first publication Is Friday,
January 18, 1901, and the said publication U to
ma tlx consecutive weeks from the said date.
M. J. MACMAHON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dated at Oregon City, Jan. 11, 1901.
Job Printing at the
and union Pacific
Dei-abt TIME SCHEDULES Ahrive
FOB FROM FROU
Chicago- Salt Lake, . onver, Fort 4:30 p.m.
Portland Worth, Omaha, Kunsas
Special City, St.- Louis, Chica-
9 a. m. go and East.
Salt uk, Deiver, Fort 8:40a.m.
Atlantic Worth, Omaha, Kansas
Express City, St. Louis, Chicago
p. m. and East.
Walla Walla, Lewlston, 7 a.m.
Spokane Spokane, Minneapolis,
Flyer St. Paul, Duluth, Mil
6 p. m, waukee, Chioago and
8 p. m. All Sailing Dates subject 4 p. m.
For San Frantispo 8all
every 6 days.
Daiiy Columbia River
Ex. Sunday Steamer8. 4 p.m.
8 p. m. Ex. Sunday
Saturday To Astora n(1 way.
10 p.m. Landings.
Ba.m. 4.30 p.m.
Ex. Sunday Oregon City. Newbe;g, Ex. Sunday
Willamette and Yam-
7 a. m, nj Rivers. 3:30 p.m.
Tues. Thur. Mo., Wed.
and Sat. Oregon City, Dayton 1 F"
ea.m. Willamette River 4:90 p. m
Tues. Thur. Hon., Wed
and Sat. Portland to Corvallls and Frl.
Leave Snake River Leave
8:40 a.m. Riparla to Lewlston. 8:30 a.m.
W. H. HURL11URT, G, P. A.,
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
tin County of Clackamas.
Mable Sollmky, Plaintiff, "
.William H. Solinsky, Defendant.
To William H. Solinsky, Defendant.
In the name of the State of Oreaon. von am
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against VOU in the above entitled
suit, In the above entitled court, on or before the
ist qay or March, A. D.,1901, the said, last men
tioned date beln? the last Havnf thn 11mA nr.,-
scribed by the court in the order for service of
tuis summons upon you, by publication thereof,
and if you so fail to appear and answer, In this
suit, on or before the said 1st day of March, A,
u., ism, lor want thereof, the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded in the M
complaint, to wit: That the bonds of matrimony
neretoiore and now existing between you and
the said plaintiff, be dlsolvedi That the plain
tiff have the oare, custody and control of child;
that the plaintiff have the decree of the Court
against you for the oosts and disbursements of
this suit, and for such other and further relief
to equity may seem Just. The defendant Is here-
oy iuriner notined that this summons la served
upon him by publication thereof, vlrinf .
order made in this ault by the Hon. Thomas F.
nyau,juage of tbe County Court of the State of
Oregon for Clackamas Countv. on tha 14th riav nf
Jan., A. D. 1901, ordering and directing that this
summons De served upon you, the above named
defendant by publication thereof In thA nmirlar.
Herald, a newspaper published In Oregon City,
County of Clackamas, State of Oregon, and of
general circulation in satdCitv. Countv and sum
fora period of sixsuocesslve week from the first
publication of this Summons, the date of the first
publication of this summons, beinir thn Isth rl
of January, A. D.,1901.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of 1 he State of Oreunn. fn-
the County of Clackamas,
Ella W. Balrd, Plaintiff,
James W. Balrd, Defendant.
In the navneof the State of Oreirnm To .Tmg
W. Balrd, the above named defendant: You are
nereby required to appear and answer the com.
plaint filed against you In the above entitled suit,
in the above entitled Court, on or hfnr tn. isth
deyof February, A. D. 1901, the said lastmention-
ea aaie Deing the last day of the time prescribed
by the Court in the order for th flnrvlnA nf thin
Summons upon you, by puolicatlon thereof, and
11 you so Jail to appear and answer, In this suit,
on or before the said 18th day of February, A. D.
1901, for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded In theialdoom
plaint, to-wit:-That the bonds of matrlmnnv
heretofore and now existing between yon and
the said plaintiff, be disolved: That the plaintiff
have the rare, custody and control of said minor
child. Eunice Dwinelle Balrd: that the plaintiff
nave tne decree of the Court against you for the
costs and disbursements of this suit,
and for such other and further relief
as to equity may seem Just. The defenden
Is hereby further notified that this Summons Is
served upon him by publication thereof, by vir
tue of an order made in this suit by the lion. Thos.
F. Ryan, Judge of the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Clackamas County, on the 3rd day
of January, A. D. 1901, ordering and directing
that this Sommons be served upon you, the above
named defendent, by publication thereof In the
Courier-Herald, a newspaper published in Oregon
City, County of Clackamas. State of Oregon, and
of general circulation In said City, County and
State for a period of six successive weeks from the
first publication of this Bummons, the date of
the first publication of this Summons, being the
q aay 01 January, A. D. 1901.
F. D. WIN'TON & WH. BKID,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
STOPS THE COCa AJfD WOKKS OFF
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets core
cold in one day. No Cure no Pay
Price 23 centa.
When the nervous system
is weakened, the body gen
erally shows the symptom
of tremulousness in some of
its members The hands
shake the lips twitch at the
corners, or the eyelids quiv
er involuntarily. Such a
condition calls for medicine
which feeds the nerves. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, acting directlv
on the stomach and organs of di-
festion and nutrition, has a won
erful influence in restoring nerv
ous force. It quiets the nerves
not by drugging them into stupor
but by feeding them into strength. '
The "Discovery" has restored
the health of thousands of those
who were utterly hopeless, giving
them back natural appetite, phy
sical vigor, healthful sleep and
mental strength. There is no
alcohol in "Golden Medical Dis
covery and it contains no opium,
cocaine or other narcotic.
David Duggins, Esq., of Jones, Ohio
Co., Kentucky, writes: "When I
began taking Dr. Pierce's Golden
raeuicai uiscovery 1 think I had
nervous or general debility of three
years' duration. I took three bot
tles of the ' Discovery. ' During the
time I was taking it my sleep be
came more refreshing and I gained
fifteen Dounds weicrht a3 alar.
gained strength every day."
Free, on receipt of stamps to pay ex
pense of mailing only, Dr. Pierce's Med
ical Adviser, 1008 pages. Send 21 one
cent stamps for book in paper covers,
or 31 stamps in cloth binding to Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
In the Circuit Court of the State ot Oregon for
the County of Clackamas.
To Bertha Olson, Defendant!
JN the name of the Btate of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear and answer the
00m plaint filed against you in the above en
titled suit on or before the 20th day ofMarch,1901,
and if you fail to appear and answer said com
plaint, rthe plaintiff, will apply to the
court for the rtlief therein prayed f r,
to-wit: a decree of divorce from the bonds of
matrimony now existing between you and
This summons is published by order of Hon.
Thomas F. Ryan, County Judge of said county,
made and entered the 19th day of January, 1901,
and the date of the first publication Is Friday,
January 25th, 1901, and the said publication Is to
run six consecutive weeks from the said date.
WALDEM4R 8ETON. ''
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dated at Oregon City, January 25th, 1902.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLFMENT
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
executors of the estate of J. B. Spahr, deceased.
has filed their final account In the County Court
of Clackam as Ccuty, Oregon, as such executors,
and Monday the 26th day of February, A. D.
1901, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., has been
fixed by the Hon. Thomas F. Ryan, Judge of the
aid Court as the time for hearing any and all
objections to said report, and the settlement
Executors of Said Estate.
Dated January 17th, 1901.
Dihick k Eastham,
Attorneys for Executors.
Farm for Sale.
19 miles south of Oregon City, 8 miles south of
Holalla. Known as the Teasel Farm. Contain
ing 810 acres, 140 acres; olear plow land; 40aores
in oreek bottom ; 100 acres, upland; 7 aores, or
chard. All well watered and feuoed with stake
and 1 ire fence, and drained with stone and tile
ditches: good buildings. 90 rods from school
house! 115 rods from church; good location for
taking s'ock to mountains Price toouo, 11000
down, balance to suit at 5 per cent interest.
For further particulars apply on farm to
A. J. Sawtbll,
Shively's Opera House
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Monday, Febrnary 4th, 1901
"Glad Tidings of Great Joy"
LORIN J. HOWARD
Merry Katie Emmett
and a superb company in thn popular
sensational American comedy drama
The New Waifs
of New York
as presented by her over 4,000 times in
the principal theatres of the Country
All New Scenery "
Startling Mechanical Effects
Teachers' Exnmiwttl m.
Notir-e ia hereby given that the count y
superintendent of Clackaman county will
hold the regular examination of appli
cants for state papers at Oregon City as
follows, commencing Wednesday, Feb
ruary 13, at nine o'clock, a. m., and
continuing until Saturday, February
16, at four o'clock, p. m :
Wednecd ty penmanship, history,
ppelling, algebra, reading, i om position.
Thursday written arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, book-keeping,
English literature, civil government.
Friday physiology, geography, phy
sical geopraphy, mental arithmetic,
Saturday botany, plane geometry,
general history, physics, psychology.
Oregon City, Jan. 80, 1901.
- J. O. ZlNSEE,
. , i . , Superintendent of schools.
1 'Mf itrtM- vntifr saKVW----!Wtv - IWaMw
7E WS OF
Friday, Jan. 25.
The secretary of the Indiana Forestry
Association states the Geological Survey
is erroneons in its claim that there are
1,094,496 square n-ilea of forest in the
country, the number being,actually, less
than half, 570,320. He places the total
annual consumption of wood at 208
billi n board feet.
The vast transactions involved in the
purchase by the Federal Sieel Company
of the common stock of the American
Steel &Wire Company, are a preliminary
to considering the purchase by the buy
ers of the property, Morgan and Rocke
feller, of the great Carnegie works at
Pittsburg, for which he demands two
hundred million dollars.
J . B. Barry, a prominent student of
the horse, of Chicago, claims he has dis
covered that sorrel horses and blonde,
blue-eyed men and women are such an
the result of a baleful infectious disease ;
that by artificial infection he can pro
duce a sorrel horse at will and that ori
ginally all human beings were of a dark
color. Blondness is often accompanied
by a ecoiulous diathesis.
The Anglican bishop of Lebombo, Af
rica, found on the breast of a dying Boer
a medal bearing the inscription, "Inde
pendence or Death." The Boer told the
bishop that many of the burghers car
ried such medals and had taken an oath
to fight till independence or death.
A late copy of the Cape Times says :
"Cape Colony swarms with secret agita
tors of the hostile republics, and as sure
as the sun goes up and down, so sure
will we be hurled to the edge of the
abyss, unless measures can be taken in
time to avoid such a predicament."
The burghers of North Transvaal form
an army of 20.C00 men, and the Cape
Duch have risen. The war begins anew.
When DeWet visited the spot where
his country home had been, butned by
order of Kitchener, he swore that he
would kill him.
Queen Victoria's funeral will take
place on February 2d.
George T.Rice.a Minnesotan, has been
ordered deported by Gen. McArthur, for
making accusations of dishonesty in the
Daily Bulletin,a paper published by him
at Manila, against Lieut. Braunersreu
ther, captain of the port.
One hundred thousand Georgia pe.ch
trees are going to Cape Colony and
Congressman Jones has introduced a
bill to extend homestead act to opened
half of the Oolville reservation.
The height of the English king is 5 1-3
fe3t and his weight is 215 pounds.
Saturday, Jan. 26.
On the 18th died at Junction City,
"Uncle" Alfred Blew, a pioneer of 1862,
aged 73 years ; and on the 25th died at
Mount Scott, Multnomae county, Jacob
Johnson, a pioneer of 1846, in bin 72d
year. Johnson's remains were buried
under the directions of the Grange.
The Taft Commission reports that the
time has come in the Philippines fot ci
vil government; also that the burning
question in the islands is whether the
friars shall be permitted to return.
The Boers derailed Kitchener and a
body of troops near Balmoral. Eighteen
of the most modern German fieldguns
have. been shipped to the British army.
Japan is suspicious of Russia's designs
on North China.
Appalling, destructive bush fires have
been laging in Australia.
On the transport Indiana, 457 sick and
insane soldiers are coming from Manila.
Guiseppe Verdi.the great Italian com
poser is dead, aged 87 years.
The wealth of the late English queen
was between fifty and sixty million dol
For a triple murder nearKelso, Watih.,
in November, 1809, Martin Stickel was
hanged at Kalama.
The Boers captured a train with mili
tary supplies and troops north of Kim-
berly this morning. Twenty Cape police
surrendered near Vryburg on Jan. 21st
without firing a shot.
Sir Martin Conway, who has explored
the territory in South America east of
the Andes, hjs that it is rich in gold,
silver and other metals.
Over 53,000 Filipinos in the province
of Ilo Ilo have sworn allegiance to the
Andrew Carnegie has secured control
of the PresKed Steel Car Co. (a trust),
capital twenty-five millions. Now con
trolling nearly everything railroads need,
he is prepared to rob Morgan and Rock
efeller who have been gobbling up the
Sunday, Jan. 27.
Aguinaldo told an American who vis
ited' him that he would not accept am
nesty, did not trust any assurances or
promises our government might make,
and that the war would continue.
The Pope, in an encyclical, warns the
Catholics against socialism.
The majority report of the senate com
mittee oh agriculture is favorable to tbe
urout oleomargarine mil. i ' .'.
Monday, Jan. 28.
The German emperor has heon ao-
pointeil field marshal in the English ar
my. The Anglo-German alliance could
seemingly be not more compact.
Owing to the famine in the province
of Shan Si, China, thousands are dying.
A Palouse county, Wash., man fim's
that in feeding 10 shoats, 3 1-2 pounds
of chop feed and 112 pounds of skim
med milk proeuce one pound of pork,
and thus gets 80 cents a bushel for his
According to advices from Venezuela,
the rebel forces beat the government
troops. In the engagements several hun
dred men were killed..
By 1906, Germany's naval strength
will be double that of the United States,
and the opinion is held in Washington
that she la getting ready for a fight with
The embalmed beef philanthropist, P.
D. Armour.left an estate of $150,000,000.
PaulKrugeris sick at Utrecht. He
smokea his pipe, reads his Bible and is
firm in his iaith in the God of his fathers
The burning of the Grind ODeiaHouse
at Cincinnati caused a loss of $1,000,000.
Tuesday, Jan. 29.
It is supposed by some that the yaBt
petroleum deposits of California are oily
residues of decomposition of the carcas
ses of monsters, weighing hundreds of
tons and 75 feet long, a bed of whose
petrified bones was recently found near
Farm laborers are scarce in Yorkshire,
A 30-story building will be erected on
Broadway, New York, on a lot 118 1-2 x
97 7-12 feet.
A mining expert oi Oakland, Cal., will
go to Africa to hunt for the "King Solo
mon's Mines" of Rider Haggard's Btory.
General Botha is said to be planning a
dash into Natal with 12,030 meu.
The Cuban constitutional convention
hs refused to recognize the holders of
bjnds issued by Spain to fight the Cu
bans, aggregating nearly half a billion
dollars, and they will seek the help of
congresi in their efforts to fasten the
debt on Cuba.
Priuce Clung, the Chinese statesman,
says he is not opposed to missionaries
but considers them crazy . He also ex
presses the opinion that in arranging
their Indemnity, the powers should make
allowance for the colossal and very un
christian robberies their armies com
mitted from Tien Tain to Pekin.
, Wednesday, Jan. 30.
Turner, of Washington, member of the
senate committee on commerce, deliver
ed a speech in the senate on the Hanna
subsidy bill, in which be stated that
when be examined the bill he was sur
prised to learn that thn BntmlHiaa mHint.
it provides for run over a period of 30
years, and the amount required to be
paid under its provisions is $270,000,000.
A British officer returned from South
Africa told a reporter of London Truth
that pursuing Boers is like banting a
needle in a haystack, and he did not be
lieve Lord Kitchener would ever capture
either DeWel or Botha, both of whom
are generals of exceptional ability. At
Calvania, a force of Boers is obtaining
plentiful supplies and remounts. Gen.
Betbuen's column has been set the diffi
cult task: of driving the Boers out of
The English king has been appointed
admiral in the German navy.
Neely, charged with the Cuban postal
frauds, claims that high officials of the
administration are in-plicated in the
frauds, whom an American jury, at Nee
ly 's tril, may have the opportunity to
Ignacio Andrade Is fitting up a big fili
buster expedition at Sautiago, Cuba, for
Take two to
night and you
will be well to
make sick people
well-50 doses 25c
. W.T.nill, the Chin (to millionaire ctnr
man (ofTanaiU'a Hunch k CiKar fame,) any.:
"Baldwin'. Health Tablet, arc the heat
remedy for cooMlpatlon, billiuuanea. and tor
pid liver 1 bav. .vet aacd."
PoaixanD, o, -DWAD
I. BALDWIN CO.,
I .nil ,Mir I!.-W V T. Kl-t. . -
oowtlpation, rtckvlwadacri. .ad dyapepekt.
Of Om Baker Si C.., Aaetleswri.
Huntley's Drug Store
In the U. S. senate, Mr. Spooner, re
publican, told his collf agues, that "the
river and harbor bill was a ecamUl ali
had been for years."
Portugal's king is visiting England's
Gen. Kitchener wants to ahip. lO.Oflt
Boers to Bengil, India.
Twelve women smashed four saloons-
at Anthony, Kansas
The London Times is perplexed-ami"
alarmed over the excess in value annual
ly exhibited by England's imports ove-
Bishop Potter scorches the ' Christian.-
nations" for their v indalism and cruelty
In Portland, an oar factory will be es
tablished employing 50 men.
Biitish shipbuilders will save 5o,ooo.-
on the 15o,ooo tons of iron plates they
have ordered in the United States,
The Board of county commissioners'.
Monday revoked its order of the 10th'
inst., granting to the Oregon City it
Southern Railway Company, a franchise
to operate a street-car hue from thi
south end of Main street in this city to -and
through Canemah, a distance of a
little over a mile. The action to revoke
theorder'was instituted on peiition ol
the Souther a Pacific Company and the
Oregon & California Railrc ad Company,
on the ground that it interfered witb '
the Southern Pacific's franchise, hereto
fore granted, and for the further reason,
that the operation of this line would de
stroy the county road for teams and pe
destrians. The railroad nninmnv fhi-r,m,K ;
BDecial CnllnRel. Hnnlm K II., ......
i , . . . - tr v. n , ,,t
gued that the necessity of the new car
ia urusBing itn iracK twice within hair
a mile emlanuerml tmffir nn hmh l
and that utilizing the public road forT
sucn purposes, wiku It is fcaicely 20t
feet iu width, destioys its v lue tor alii
practical purposes to the taxpayers.
The county court therefore, revoked
the franchise granted the Oregon City &:..
Southern Railway Company, on the
ground that the court did not under
stand the meaning of the order made
January 10. This compao y through, its
attorney, C. D. Latourette, claims that
the court had no jurisdiction to nulify a,
franchise after it has beeu granted anoV
accepted, and building operations com
menced, and an appeal will be t"kei
from the orderof the court.and probably?
a Buit against the county for damages
will be commenced, as the company
claims .to have expanded several'
thousand dollars for material and ma
chinery to be used on the road. Several
cars of rails are already on the ground.
The franchise was signed by the-boards
and the acceptance of the Oregon City;
& Southern Railway Company has been,
duly tiled and confirmed by the board,
according to law. The board's proceed
ings in i his matter ure published iu un
If the board has caused tbe electric
road to build a new wagod road abov
the railroad tracks very little opposition--,
would have been made. The way itia -
tbe Countv ha rn liiu hnnH an utun.
sive law suit for which the taxpayera.-
ij u ve 10 pay.
. Scliool Board Report.
The school hoard mAt nf. prrnnlv mnv-
room Monday nvnninir unrl luvio.l -
7 mill tax. Following is a report ot tber
We. VOUr board of diientorn. aiiKmifr -
the following estimate nf t hu mm. f
conducting the public schools to this -
district, for the fiscal year ending March
1st, 1902, together with the available
funds to be received during that time:
Salaries of teachers $6666 50 -
Janitors' salaries J12.60-
Fuel 226, 00
School supplies 200 O0
Interest on bonds (fixed charge), 720 90
Clerk's salary, " lOO'OO
Painting, repairs, Eastham b'ldg 2oO 00
Insiuv lairs and walks, Barclay
school , 250 0a--
Incidentals 12a OO
Insurance for three years, due
in August 336 00',
Sewer assessment 13 12.,' -
Indebtedness March 1st, 1901.. 3225 0O
Total estimate $12823 U .
By comparison with last year's repori -you
will find that this estimate is practi
cally (he same, the only di ire re nee being,
the insurance and needed repJirs
The item of painting Kasthara build- -ing
was asked for last year, but owing to -the
high price of painting marerial it -was
deemed advisable to let it go Kn
The item of $13.12 for sewer amiesB
nient is one-tenth of the amount due
under the Bancroft Act and will have to
be provided for each year until paid.
The past year we have received from,
various funds as follows :
County fund, on a valuation of
$4,714,000 6 mills $3019 62T
Ktaie ; . , isotj 00
ppecial tax, on a valuation ot
04U,415fe6 mills. 40795-
Tutal, with indebtednesss
of $3225 -. $0057. 4ff
We should receive this year as fol..
From the county on a5-mlll levy
on $4,285,841 $24(XT
From the state apportionment. . t . l0O t
From b special tax of 7 mills on
$041,757 valuation 4491
' Total wm
With a floating debt at the endot the
year of about $4 i00.
The school census for 1900 was 1 198;
We believe that there will be no loss inv
'1 lie taxable property in the district
being $5000, lower than lust vear, a
seven mill levy will produce but $400
ovHr last year, and the county valuation
being almost $500,000 lower, and the
levy the name, will bring only (2400,
which is $000 less than the past year. In
view of these facta we stcommend s TV
mill tax, which will pay tbe current e-w-pen-r
anil leave the dUtrict with an in- -debtedne.H
of aUut (4000 at the end ct 1
tliefhcil year, or about $500 more tha
E. E, CltARJTAiyi.
' Cims. Albmoh'iy '
V, 11. Cauhelo.-.