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Oregon City Enterprise
VOL.27. NO. 7.
OKEGON CITY, OKKGON, FIUDAY, DKCEMIJKU Ifi, 1892.
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Olrtiiill liniirt nuit-.iiMi flmt M"lnly III Ho
VMr mill llilril Miiiiilr lu A rll.
friilml oiiurl In wuluu that Muuilajr til nrh
Onniiitl..liuitir court mtali rirat WtMlu.adajf
atl.r Aral MninUy ol wh atutiiti.
r CAHKY JoltNMON,
Cnrn.r Klflil ud Main alriwu, Orn"fl t'lly.
ItKAI. KMTATE TONK1.L AND
MONKY TO 1,0 AN.
J L PUKTKR,
ATTOHNKY AT LAW
IMimiTi or rsuraRTV rt'Rio.HRli.
omotwn il'T Imiv Mutiirne., Oremiu City
0. T. V.U.UAHH.
'itlUt, KMTAi'lt AMI WAN AliKNT.
THE WINTER TERM OF THE
Pacific University and Tualatin Academy,
WILL BECIN TUESDAY. JANUARY 3, 1803.
For catalogued anl full information aoMresH,
Tiioman Mi-Clkmano, Vtu., Forest Grove, Or.
pinny et unary In loan u lh nival lavurabl
A xt llti. nt bu.ltiM., rMlitrnct inl uburU
Farm I'rtifMirty lu lr.i l. ui lull uu .y l.tuii.
('nrnMi.onrl.iirv imtmiiily an.wi.riMt. ofti',
Itrlt door lu t .utl.M lluuOry 1 r t mm
UiUNHKUtK AT LAW
Ofllr art Utnl t'lly Hauk.
uiurioa nt. oa1"
)K 1 B HallTH,
Eagle Creek, - Otvgon.
I) . A U.C. UTUI'HKTU,
COl'SSEUiUH AT law
MAIN irillt, OaatlOK citir, omsoon.
rurnl.h Ah.tr.rt olTlll.. Iam Mmy, fura
cluM Miirif M. aul IraiiMCt O.u.ral
Dressed Chickens and Turkeys.
tOl.irV ( 01 KT l'HOCKEIIISUH
Important Hrltlge and Road Matters.
Illlla (nil Koad Improvement.
The report of the viewcra on the
Mtllcke road from Candy and Barlow
Into Union prinrt read and approved.
Orders I that the fietitloners pay Andrew
Utnty In full lor damage allowed and
upon their filing hi receipt the clerk
will lamia an order to the auperviiiori Xu
open the road. The expense incurred
C'tarlea Morhnke made liia report
relative to the Alwrnethy bridge at Cut
ting' mill which waa approved and
Win, Stone, the supervisor waa inatrtu-
tlie county would wire the building, the
offer wan accented.
Proposition of Juilnon Howell to con
tinue the work on the present owner
hooka declined and the county recorder
Instructed tocon'tnue the work ao aa to
keep the aattte up to date and to report
at the January term o( court.
Report ol It. H. Mi Uuttblln itrin
tendent ol the improvement in district
No. I rend and approved and the clerk
authorized to draw a warrant in favor of
R. McLaughlin for X.2 and a war
rant in favor of i. A. Steel for $75.
(Sheriff ordered to pay over to achool
district No 01 the delinquent tax col
lected less the cost of collecting.
The cotnniiiiiiioneri were allowed the
qilET WEEK IS I'OSGTLJW.
Senator Mitchell' UUitary Bill In
terstate Commerce Amendment.
M.I.K, procure tue neces. y mater,. , ,,,. c (M)Ven dtyn iml Hfty
and a caroentr and to nae the labor ol .. . ,i. n,i
eighteen uiilei I0.
111.14 AI.I.O r.D.
pair. The amount for material to
ibl,ri...l lll Mllirl
'. , . I D 1- 1'Hine, mM. attrndmic on pn
J 1 W. Bttiithuiervior of flie K linger nrrn .
4ane linprovetneiit in road diatrict No. 3 Ho Io, up.li
. . . ni i . 1 ii Hiraitflit, court house exp..
reported and name approved. The clerk H-lirmii A oie "
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE.
DR. L. M. ANDREWS. Prop.
A Full Line o Fresh Drugs nd Medicines.
Patent Medicines of all Makes. Notions. Optical Goods
Full Stock Of Machine Oil, Beat and Cheapeat.
Fine nelwt ion of Perfumery and Toilet SoopH. And Leail
ing Urandu of Cigars.
PNfr-.M'HII'TIO.M CAHtltiLLY II.I.F.I.
ATTOKNEY AT LAW.
iu. fa.iTira l Au. Cut-art or Taa atata
llntt Xatat n4 lararaiir.
Oitlraaa Mala Hifft. ht Hiatal anj avatb,
amoia HTV. na.
KtiAKt rtniar, kkai. kctatra
la tho fiMH l. mo. Hullillui,
u a m liy. tiniio.
Orrtron City, Or.
r II. BCKUIIAKI'T.
City nittl County Warranta ltoii(?ht.
INMt'HANCI AmThEAI. KHTATK.
time. In Poauiffliw liull.tiif Urin l-liy Or.
miio. r, it van.
KKAL EHTATE ANI INHt'HANl'tt.
rhnlct Cltr. Karm anil iiburhn pfiwrtr lor
al. I'ltyaprlpt.nHiuiy warrama ami woiirl
tl.aol all kluili bouKlit ami w.lil Tai.a rall
ami bii.lu.u nl .nery lurtitlou att.uilml Ui
oain. up auira In bulMlnj nnrlh ol rmatnrflp.
p K HAYK.
ATTOKSEY AT LAW,
Will praotlr. In all th. eonrta ol th. aula.
Ollti'., coiunr M.ln and KIliUi atrMta, uiualt.
tiio. c. aaowaatu . a DR.ia
ATTOKNKYH AT LAW,
Ouoa City, oaauoa.
Will pracllo. Ill all llmcourta ol th atate. 01
utint (lmir to Cauftoiil i IliiiilU'y'a ilnif
Or OKKtlON CITY.
TRANHACTa A 0RNKKA1, B AN Rl NO Rl'BINRaa.
Ini maile. IIIIU rtltrmiiiitiMl. Mnkaa rol
lortloiia. Hoy. ami MchaiiKv on all lioluia
In Ih. I'nIU'rt Huttw, Kuro. ami lloun Konii
ln.po.lt. mciil' ccl .iiliji'ct to rhw k lntprt.nl at
iimi. I ratra 11hwimI oil tlnio ilooiwlu. Hank
upon Irom A. M. Ui t. M. Hatiinlay eveuliiK
Ircrni 6 Ui 7 r. a.
I). C. LATOVKKTTR, I'ru.iiti'iit.
F K noNAI.DHON, Caahler
JJANK or OKKOCN CITY,
Oldest Banklm Bouse la lit City.
Paid up Capital, M),(XK).
vii R rnxaniRNT,
aRII. A. NAHIIINII.
R. O I Al'flKI II
t'HAil.Ra II. CACUKi.o.
A ftmnralliaiikliii bualnem trBinactoit.
l)Hiatta rtKivlvcif aiitijoct to olivrk.
' Approved bllla and uotva itlaoouuted.
CoutiK and (illy warranta boiiRlit.
xin mfln on avalUblo waurlty.
Kioh.inf IkiiikIU and aold.
Collttotloiir mail, promptly.
lir.lli .old tv.Uaiil. In any part of the world,
i T.l.Rraplile iohaiiKii aolif on Portland, 80
Franctarn, llhloa.i and New York,
Interval pal J on time ilnnnalta.
Hub Aroma nl TIIK LONDON GIlKUUK BANK.
W. A. WHITE.
Practical Architects f Builders-
Will prepare plana, Itivatlona, working de
tail, and apeolllimtlnn lor all kind, ol build
Iiikb. Hpoolal attention Riven to mmlern out
tuiea. Katlmatei liirnlilied on applloallon
Call on or addrei WHITtt RKOH.,
.. ; i Urea-oil Olty, Ogn
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
Carry the I.argrttt Stock of
Sash, I Mors, Blinds, Mouldings, Etc.
In Oregon City.
Fjiccial itizf. of DtMir and inclown tutulu to order. Tuniiiifr of all kinds
Estimates for Stair Work and Store Fronts
FurniHiiPtl on application. Ruildi-rs, give w a call, and fee if our work
in not of tin bent, and our price as low an the loweat. Trice Lift Henl
Factory, Cor. Main and 11th Sta., Oregon City.
STOVES, TIN & HOLLOW WARE.
All Kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Work
PLUMBING AND GENERAL JOBBING TO ORDER.
Mhop Krreolh HI., nrar Depot, Orrffoa VUj. KraBela ail Oawea.
The CANBY MERCHANT,
Soils all good at a living jirice. Flour and kerosene not given
away in order to catch your trade and then even up on
higher prices on other goods.
None But First Class Goods Carried.
Price UK low a can bo had in the county. Time given to
Order filled for rough or dressed lumber, all first class, at bed rock
price, retail or carload lots.
J. JONES & SON,
Doors. Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Kitt ing up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
lMIICI'.N TIIK I.OWIiNT.
JpsT"Hhop corner Fourth anil Water street, hack of Pope A Co'a, Oieson City
MILLARD J. LEE. - - - Proprietor.
A COMPLKTK LINE OF
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubbery, Etc.,
WHOLESALE .A. IT 3D RETAIL.
CANBY, - - - - .- OREGON
wan uthoriiseil to draw a warrant in hi
faor M HO.
John C. Oi'tina el al petitioned for tha
Improvement o( the Ifp creek hill mail,
nd tht) clerk waa ordered to notify the
road tupervlaur of the had condition of
aaid load and Instruct hlni to repair it
llli the lahor of the diatrict.
Tin tender ol M H3 by the Oroiron
J run A Meel cotniwiiy for delinquent
taitv4 and roata on property conveyed
to ii'j ctimpany by aherifTa ded waa
att-iUtd the lottl beiiiK $17.70 and the
couuly jnd waa aulhorired to execute
Cliarlea Moehnke'a report relative to
the repair of the Eaitle Creek bridge
bowed the atruetura In very bad con-
ditiopimany of the timbers bein rotten .
He Hied It in ijood shape.
Klort relative to the itork Creek '
bridge en the Ityland road approved.
Clerk authorlMMi to draw a warrant in
favor of Herman Anthony or (5 88 with
inlet eat from July 1, 1W2 at 10 per rent
being the redemption price of property
sold for taxea.
I)vid Cot waa appointeu to a free
K'boUnthip in thai rtale AgriciiltU'al
Kert ot Jndnon Howell on the
prewtol turner tiooks approved and clerk
aathoriaed to draw a warrant In favor
of .Marl' ley A Hayes for $1000 In full
payment for raid books.
The clerk waa authorised to draw a
warrant in favor of Mrs. J. 8. Flemmini
as additional aiJ to procure shoes for
herself and children.
Win, C. Kent applied for aid from the
county and the clerk was authorized to
issue a warrant monthly in favor of
Hamilton A Allen to date from Jan. lat
for $3 per month .
Kohert A. Clarks reports on the
improvement of the Harmony road a
approved and the clerk authorised to
draw a warrant lor $008 in full ol the
contract, and a further warrant in favor
of $72 in (aver of R. A. Clark in full of
his amount for services rendered.
J. W. Potts asked for an extension of
time in which to complete IiIb contract
to make a county map, also for a partial
payment on the same. He was granted
till the 2ml day of February to complete
the maps, and upon hia executing a
good and sufficient bond for $3300 to be
approved by the connty judge, that the
map will be completed and turned over
to the court free from all claims or in
cumbrance on the first day of Febriary,
that the clerk Ustte a warrant in favor of
M. II. Flanavan for $400 and in favor of
J. W. l'olta for $000.
Petition of Henry Sharp et al for a
county road beginning on Molalla and
Kttsselville road on south line of 1 5 s, r
2 e running thence in a westerly direction
and connecting with the Scott's Mill and
Molalla road. Granted and Sidney
Smyth appointed surveyor and James
Todd, I. M. Itoylea and W Groshoney
to act aa viewers to meet Pec. 20th at
10 o'clock at Scott Carter's hornm.
Petition of Henry Sherrs of Milwaukee
precinct for license to sell liquor together
with remonstrance against the same
tiled. A. Levelling appeared for the
remotiRtrators. Motion to dismiss re
monstrance allowed and petiton granted
upon the petitioner's complying with
the requirements of the law.
C K. Kinearson et al applied for aid
to Improve the Kinearson and Milwaukee
road and it was ordered that when the
tjidnev Hniyth. county anrvevor ... .
IJ; Ely. islreliuiiexp
W 11 t:mik, "
J M Tracy
I' Huntley, court houw support.
M aver A A krruian, paiirexp .
II H tiibton, teachers' ex
Win Woixlwortli, aitnei..
Mt-nlon k Dygert, record txioks . . .
lieu I' lrin" " "
'h NWImke, ro.id aeel
H Wilticni. "
Wm l;e', hiiih:. exp
Ilontfla llitn. bi ids exp
Ilav.s L Ambler, biuleeip
(ieo K Hortmi. clerk Ires
C W (iaiionjr, hiitl fee
Holmaii A Warner, uprr ex
Ken C Irwin, supptiea
C DADO Uiourelir, att'y' lees .
J 11 Day, pauper exp
Wine.fi A Scnptur. iniir exp. . .
i II Calitr, court bouse rxp
J W Noble, assessor
W S Uuiivan, roail exp
J 11 Viewer, "
H J l.iverino', jury exp
Soblilt'a stable, roailexp
11. H. oU, "
II V I. Mill. "
v H.i, in Pvprt. books
td.te va Ja. ob Miiittti
Hepaiiina bridic. on Rock creek
llraaiuK orv h.t No, 4
Kii vs CriKikhank.
MDavoreu 2 bO
Witness fees, V court 7 bO
Kxi. KuKlecieek brnlKB. . . . . 272 00
Mileage ami er diem granu jury wu.
Mileage and )T diem
Sl:e va I.Biiders
" (ranliier and Dacon
" ' Williams
When Speaker Crip entered the
house Monday evening and took his
chair there waa a spontaneous outburst
of applause from all parts of the floor
and galleries It was a tribute of
sympathy for the speaker in hia unpleas
ant connection with the reform club
The committee on labor reported the
bill lo prohibit the employment of con
vict labor on public works.
Several members of congress have
jnat found out that no new projects for
river and harbor improvement can be
commenced for at least four Tears, so
far ss the Pacific coast is concerned.
The project at the Dalles will be accepted
as it dues not come within the terra of
new projects. Where surveys were
made this year and found worthy of
improvement, it will be found necewary
to provide for a plan of improvement,
under the next river and barbor bill,
and an appropriation two years later.
The committee on ways and mains
will inquire into and report npon the
present condition of the treasury and
future probable revenues under the
Stewart in'roduced bill amending
the Sherman act so as to provide for free
silver coinage and the coinage of bullion
now held in the treasury and in addition
for the iseue of treasury notes to be
redeemable in gold or silver coin at the
option of the government and are in ado
Vest, by request, introduced a bill to
encourage the construction of an electric
railroad, promote the interests of com
merce and travel, facilitate the rapid
7 w) transportation of mails, aid in tlemon-
juror"."'.'" 872 40 j proposing
strating the feasibility of a distribution
of electrical power for agricultural and
other purposes along the line of electric
Senator Collom introduced a bill
to amend the tnteistale
commerce law in several important
particulars, and tomorrow, Ik-lore bis
committee on .interstate
many prominent railroad men from
different part of the country wi!L hn
heard In advocacy of these proposed
Senator Mitchell's bill, toestablhih a
temporary camp ol military instruction
of the army and volunteer forces at
Chicago during next August, authorixes
the precedent lo accept as volunteers in
the United Stales service for instruction,
not exceeding 50,000 state militia for
fifteen days. The president is further
autborixed to notify the governors of the
states and to request them to intorui
him, before May 1, ol the number of
organizations and men who w ill volunteer
for service. The bill appropriates $1,
500,000 for the camp.
Senator Dolph baa introduced a bill,
extending the time for payments by
persons entitled to make cash purchases
of forfeited railroad lands two years.
He thinks it may pass the senate,' . but
fears its consideration cannot be secured
in the bouse at this session. !
Making th Booth Coast.
Washington, Dec. 10 The proposition
i to choose the president by direct vcte of
the people promises to meet with more
than the nsual consideration by the com
mittee on election of president and vice
What la Ammoula.
Newspapers arc all talking about
the use of this drug in biking powders?
But what is it? And why so injurious?
Ammonia is the most common and
the mostly easily produced poison there
is. It produces itself. It is a produc
of decay, and is thrown off by the de
compcxtition of all organic matter.
Water which contains a large amount of
sewerage contains a proportionate
amount of ammonia. Every cesspool
is an ammonia factory.
Ammonia was originally obtained from
camel's dung, and for ages this was the
only source. It may also be product!
from putrefied urine. Patents have
been applied for with the view of utilis
ing the stables for its production, Am
monia of commerce is new made from
The recent discussion of the dangerous
qualities of ammonia comes from the
alarming increase of its usa as an adul
terant in certain food preparations. Peo
ple who absorb it in small quantities
from day to day Buffer from slow am
monia poisoning, taken internally in
8ullicieut quantities it eats away the
coatings ot tue siomacn ana intestines pre8Uient and representatives in congress,
and causes death. Slow ammonia poi- ' , ... r. , . .
soning produces various forms of atom-." committee bad a meeting today,
ach trouble, and causes the complexion At the last session of congress, Springer
to lose its freshness. introduced a joint resolution providing
It's sometimes said patent medicines ! for 8 presidential and vice presidential
are for the ignorant. The doctors foster ' term of six years with eligibility of the
this idea. "The people," we're told, j incumbents to re-electiou, and alsopro
"are mostly ignorant when it cornea to vHa8 a BcmMm, or electing thein U a
medical science." Suppose tbev are!! .... ... , ,, . .
What a sick man needs is not knowledge , d,rect Tot of the VeoPle- , Springer ad
but a cure, and the medicine that cures dressed the committee today and was
is the medicine for the sick. Di. Pierre's followed by Oi. McLlure, who en
Golden Medical Discovery cures the "do 1 orsd Springer s sentiments.
believes and the uoti t believe
There's no liesitance aoout it, no "if"
nor "possibly It says 1 can cure
you, only do as I direct." l'eibaps it
fails occasionally. The mnkera he ir oi
it when it does, becsiise they never keei'
the money when the medicine fails to do
good. Suppose the doctois went on th:it
principle. We'beg the doctors' pardon.
It wouldn't do!)
Choking, snee.ing and every oilier
form ot catiinh in the head, is railicullv
cured bv Dr. Sunn's Catarrh Itemed v
sum of $125 is subscribed and paid into ! y cen,- s',l't ''' druggist every
the comity treasury to be used in im
proving said road, that there be ap
propriated the further sunt of $125 to be
expended under the direction of C. R.
H. Scott's report relative to the im
provement ot the upper Clackamas
bridge approved and clerk authorize 1 to
draw a warrant in favor of the Pacitlc
Bridge company in full payment for all
claims for building new bridge, tearing
down old and placing good material of i Arthur, Edgi
old bridge on bank. . Arthur, Georgt
The Portland General Electric com- chard, Krunk E
pany having made a proposition to light j
the court house free of charge providing
Me' .-ul Acp n'i..
Following is h repoit ot school tiiUL'ht
In district No. 63. for vhe month i-ndiug
December 2, 1SH2. NtMiber of days
tutigbt ninteet "innhir oi pupils en
rolled thirly-liv , average attendance
twentynine; ii',ui T of cases of taidi
nesa seven; n wr of visitors two.
those not alM-.'iii nor tardy: Clyd'
Wsldron. Elln I d erlet. Elmer Mc-
'Vibon, t?oloe Mi
lt mi 'II, Arthur Itltiu
Ike "8tearing" Committee.
Nmv Yokk, Dec. 0. Senators Gorman,
Erice and Carlisle, known as the sonsa
torial steering committee, arrived lure
this morning and are now in conference
with Cleveland at ex-Secretary Whit
ney's house. It is understood the sub
ject ninior consideration is the sena
torial situation in Montana, Wyoming
A V, I'siaa1., b..d Endiug.
Portland, Dec 10. A Mrs. Bn y,
who v:is aihfsted yvtclay uttem in
:ai intoxicated .omii,on and pin. in
the city jail, was found dead in la-r ell
this morning. Her death is supposed to
be due to chronic alcholism. The wo
man was about 45 vears old.
Fir i at Jo fei'son.IOregoii
Salkm, Dec. 10. A fii'. at Jeff
Oregon, "itr!y th's, morj .11 tie
Mui.keiV fnrcUat'e no e, Geurni
ce:y stoic, 1; hno' :il.,l shoe s!u
JeflV-r-n "Ueview?' oflice and
limiili'' om'.i stoi. shed ' The r
... .,.-. v.as saved, al "
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