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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1894.
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altar Drat UiimUy n eai'li miuilh. '
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jlNNAIItl) A JOIINMON,
1 1 vii. knuinkkuTani, HI'KVKVOIIH.
fltull wny Incatlnii hi,,) pnnatriintlnn. lirldiiiis
plana ami eitlmatea l,,r wamr supply.
SrlttMu ami iirrri Improvement nl towns.
Hpaelal altmitlnn K,. iiiiirmnhllin ml hlu
1 r. IUYKH,
ATTOHNKV AT LAW,
OKKOi.M TY. . . OHminH.
. 111 l'r"'',,,,, lli Piiurii nl Hl .i.tn
onto c.riier Main .n, Hll,tli ilmii, .,,.itr
Nlllli IHMI.ll '
lr AHKY JOIINMON,
Cnruor Kl(!il an, I
It K A I
Main streeta, Orciin City,
ESTATE TOKKI.L AM)
Mi INKY TO LOAN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
aMiaacra or rmf KitTv rinNi.iirn.
Oltlc tint in or(iiii City Unk mi itth iireet.
O. T. WILLI A NH.
UK A I. KMTATK AND LOAN AOK.NT.
A iiod line nl Imi.Iiii-m, rp.l,iiire ami suburban
Farm l'nHirl)r In Iran, to mil nn ; terma.
INirreapniidiMim promptly auwi-rnl. (Ifllre,
mail ilixir to Cauflnlil A llutitlcjrs ,lm iinre.
P O I N TV'S-
On u complete houHclioliJ outfit there
Iiiih never been Hiich priceH ollcrcd in
Oregon City an now quoted y
An iiiHn ctioii of tlie quality of their
j?ooih will convince you of thecorrect
nexH of their claim. A special low rate
niiulc on l;trg(3 orders.
ME COUNTY COURT
Iiiijiortant HiiKlncKH TraiiNacted
Jl'DUKH, U.KRKS AM) JIKOIW.
KwhiI Supervisor Appolnteil-IIIIU
Audited An Adjourned Sen.
QREGON CITY IRON WORKS,
New ami Filiated Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executtil in the bent manner WHHible.
teed on all orders.
REPAIRING - .A. - SPECIALTY.
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offli'o ovr Ori-iip City hank.
oaxinN i'ity, . i, nun, x
Priced the lowent to Ik- liml in I'ortland. Shop on Fourth Street, ! 1),llier
t. . -i.. BeaverCreel
near .iiuiii, wrcgon iny, uregon.
I ROAIE & CO., Proprietors.
The claim of II. 8. (iilmon for 70 tliat
lieiiiU the eNtimaM one-fourth of the
feed allowed by law for intrict nmkiriK
reort waa allowed.
The reort of Judmin Howell who had
compiled a Imt of the dcliniiieiit laxvn
for the years from 18S7to 1H!I2 wait made
and approved and the clerk ordered to
iMue a new warrant for the collection
of all Hiich taxed, .
J. W. iJorrea wl o Iim lieen reieiviiu
H per month for the maintainanc of
JuHHce Allen, a paiier, wlci d to have
the allowance increaaed and the clerk
wan authorized to draw the warranta for
I V per month to date from the fl'Ht of
The following naiiici were drawn to be
placed in the jury box for the coining
JtKY MT, WH.
It ia ordered by tlie Court that the follow
ing named citizens, giving the name of llieir
precinct and occupation, be drawn from
the body of the couniy to serve as Jurors for
the year lt!M:
Aheriiethy precinct C " K Kinearaon
lariuer, it V Ilestoir carienter, Arthur
Cliir bricklayer, John F Jenninga fanner,
Charlea I'alitt farmer. Milo Gaul farmer,
C A llolmstrom farmer, Hiram Straight,
sen. farmer, J T Appemon farmer.
Harlow precinct Chnat. Kocber farmer.
W. W Irvm farmer. W 8 Tull farnthp. J I
' iC I - -
I.AWYKIt, NOT A It V I'l'llUC it INHIKANCK.
Oltlce with W. Carry Johnwin.
l. A D C LATOt'KKTTIl.
('()l'NSKI.OKS AT LAW
MAIN MTKKKT, OHKtlON CITY, OKKdO.N.
filrnl.h Alutraru nf Title. Loan Mmicr, Tiire
cloao Miirtiaiii'., and Iranaaul OiMicral
14 ow von Can Save Monev
M. . M.
AVhen your children need a laxative or Btomacil
and bowel regulator, huy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
Fifty doses for twentv-hve cents. The season for
colds and coughs is upon us. In order to be pre
pared lor an emergency, get a Ixtttle of
j r.. citoHs,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
Will I'naitm a in All Contra or Tin Htati
Kpal Estate anil Iniuranre.
Offlce on Main Sir et. Ix't. Slith and Sprenth,
IINKIION city, ii K.
"J M. HANDS,
KOTAItY rL'iil.lC, UK Ah KSTATK A
omrv In llin IVI Oltlre IIiiUiIIiik,
Oii'goii City, Orviimi.
flil. c. IIRIIWNKLI..
a. a iiHKapita.
J JltOWNKI.I, A DKKSSKIt
.TTOKNKYS AT LAW,
Oliauos City, Oiuoon,
Will irai'tli'n In all lln omirta nl the Male. 01
fire. Hi' xl ilimr to Caullulil Ji lliintlcy'a ilni
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
The best in the market. Trice 2" cents. For sale
at l ho CANBY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
OREGON CITY JOBBING SHOP.
All kinds of
Tinning, Plumbing and General Jobbing
DOXK TO OKDKR ON SHOUT NOTICE.
SEWER AND WATER CONNECTIONS MADE
At tlie most reasonable rates.
r. r. WHITE.
Practical Architects d Builders.
Will prepare plana, vicvailniiH, worklnit 1o-
ila, ami apeclltcatlniia nr all klmla ul limlil
Iiikb Special attiiiitlim ill veil to mnilern cut
taixea. Kmlmntea lurnliilieil n apiilliiatlnn
Callon nrailtlruaa WII1TK IlKOH ,
OrKn City, ()t)
fpjHK COMMKItCIAL HANK,
OK OKKOON CITY.
'Hpllu, ..... 1100,000
TR A NSACTa A (IKNXHAL IIANKINO ni'NI NKNS,
Loans mailo. llllla dlnciniiitrit. Makes col
Itii'llona. Iluya and aella eirluiUKO nil all points
In tho Culled Statea, Europe and Hoiir Knlig.
Hepnalla recel-cd sulijoct to cheek Interest at
usual rates allowed on time deposits, Hank
open Irom 9 A. M. to 4 P. M, Saturday evenings
from ft lo 7 r. M.
I) C. LATOll KKTTK, President.
K K DONALDSON, Cashier
fWAll work is done with a view to last and satisfy all concerned
A. W. SCHWAN.
Nhop u Hevi'iith Hi nr Itcpot, OrCKOH i lty .
ANK OF OltKOCN CITY,
Oldest Sanklns Hesse In the Cltr.
0IO. A. HARhlNO.
a. o CAtirtRi.n
CHASI.HS H. CAUF1KLD.
A general hanking huslness transacted.
Deposits received auhject to check,
Approved tillls and notes discounted.
Count; and elty warrants bought.
Loans mvlo on available ieourlty.
Exchange bought and sold.
Oollectloni made promptly.
Dralts sold available In any part nl the world
Telegraphic exebangea sold on Portland, Sao
Franolsoo, Ohloago and New York.
Interest pal J on time deposits.
Sub Areuts of THE LONDON CHEQUE BANK
J. JONES & SON,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
11114 I'.M 'I I IF. i.oivi:t.
yshop corner Fourth and Water streets, hack of Pope & Co'a, Oregon City
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE.
DR. L. M. ANDREWS, Prop.
A Full Line of Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
Patent Medicines 'of all Makes. Notions, Optical Goods
Full Stock Of Machine Oils, Best and Cheapest.
Finenoloctionof Perfumery and Toilet Soaps. And Lead
ing Brands of Cigars.
iiti:4'iciiTio:N t'Aiii:i'i i.lv i ii.i.i:i.
Shivoly's Block, Oregon City, Or.
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK OF FLOORING, CEILING, RUSTIC AND FINISH
ING LUMBER, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
Special Bills Cut to Ordersr
Mill and Yard on thelliver, Foot of Main Street,
OKKGON CITY. OR.
k prei'.nct Charlea Mnehiike
fanner, K W llornsliiih farmer, Christ. Kia
ruer farmer, John Shannon furnier. Berry
Hnrliiif preriiirt William Boring fjrnier,
K Kirhey tanner,.
Canyon Creek precinct David Robfson
farmer, ii W Kistner larnier.
Cascades pwini t Herman Brum farm-
i er, J T Cucklrrease tanner. John H Duncan
I farmer, H B Chase farmer, Fred lMgit
Canhy precinct II II Wheeler luinber
nian, Win Knijiht farmer, J Zeek black-
unilli, V I. Mack carnter, J A Cox, farm
er, A A 1'iirter plasterer, Welden il Snanks
larmer, O Whipple Tarmer, C W Arm
si mug, farmer.
Clackamas precinct James Wilson farm
er, (Jeo II Webster farmer. K K Capps farm
er, Win Johnson fanner, C F Clarke farmer,
W A IVardorM fanner. J ATalbert farmer,
John Oatlney farmer, Fred Gage farmer.
Cherryville precinct Chaa Baty farmer,
John T Mel my re furnier.
Canemah precinct-Joseph Heluescarn
ler, A 8 Lawtou luriner, D B Martin farmer,
KnoHi .Mullein laborer, Max Telford, la
Damascus precinct E H Burghanlt farm
er, Henry Troge farmer, Henry Briedhaupt
larmer, J W Douglas farmer, Charles Hei
ser farmer, August Buckman farmer.
Kagle Creek precinct John Epperson
farmer, Robert De Shaier farmer. H M I.oo-
ney farmer. W J Currin farmer. Harvev
Gibson larmer, J W Douglas farmer.
Ely precinct Joseph Walton farmer,
Thomas Dully farmer. J L Swatlonl farmer,
Joseph Harrington farmer, F M Taylor
farmer, C W Fredericks blacksmith, P 5
Flitcroft farmer, K E Bohall farmer.
Oartield precinct John I'ulmateer farmer,
W 1' Buyer farmer, C S Porter farmer.
George precinct Hans Paulsen farmer.
Harding Precinct George Armstrong
farmer, W H Kirchen larnier, J M Tracey
farmer, 8 K Toon furnier. E Newkirk farmer.
Highland Precinct II Kleinsmith farm
er, J T Grace farmer. E Harrington farmer,
Henry Jewell farmer. Koht 1. Kingo farmer.
Lower Molalla precinct Charles Cone
farmer, A II Wing larnier, J W Smith,
chant, Ben Jaggar capitalist. E J McKlt
trick merchant, John Baxter carpenter,
Max Hchulpiua laborer. O Vf Itoylan latifir-
er, frank Buscli merchant, Ed Hhaw la
borer. Oregon City No. 2 precinct N O Walden
capitalist, H Walker painter, K P Bands,
sr., farmer, W II Cooke liveryman. F K
White contractor, C S Greennian drayman,
K M Howell carpenter, C O Albright butch
er, Win Moore, laborer, J M Taylor, farmer,
Haiuuel Marrs laborer. James Wilkinson Iv
borer, C C Hancock, sen., laborer, T W HuU
llvan, aiirveyor, T 8 Lawrence carintr,
fl R H Miller carinter, II N Edmiston
cartnter, J O Porter wool sorter.
Pleasant Hill precinct A P Todd farmer,
Nelson McCoiinell farmer, O B Heeley
farmer, Win Beott farmer, T M Baker farmer.
Hlevers precinct R D Alexander farmer.
Hixla Springs precinct Henry Thomas
larmer, Rcott Carter farnipr.
Hpringwater precinct Ira Bell farmer, W
L Cornell farmer, John Lewellyti farmer
Henry Dulsiis farmer.
Tualatin precinct A C Hharp farmer, H
IderliofT farmer. I Is Toedtmeir farmer, J
I, K ruse farmer, peter Irann farmer.
I'nion precinct Joseph Graham farmer.
Jacob Miley farmer.
Viola precinct Wm Htone farmer, Win
West Oregon City precinct George Ask
ins mechanic. Jonathan Humphrey) fisher
man, Th os Armstrong farmer.
The report of W. H. Smith, atiper
viaor of road district No. 2 was ap
proved and the expense acount allowed
as follows; Labor, $10910; material
4 05; supervision, 8; total, 112175.
The report of P. S. Flitcroft, foreman
on the Oregon Cify and Apperuon road
was approved and the expense account
of $84.40 ordered paid.
Supervisor A. W. Cooke of the first
road district reported as follows: Ex
pended for labor $204.03; for material'
$184.14 ; for supervision $8 ; total $3 17.
The report was approved and war
ranta ordered drwn.
The report of E. P. Carter, super
visor of road district No 4 wan approved
and warrants ordered drawn as follows:
for labor $100.81 ; material $28 90 ; super
vision $12; toUl $141.80.
The report ol G. W. Prosaer, super
visor of road diatrict No. 5 was approved
chairman, Herman Brunsand 8 DColem,
T G JoiisMd and H McGugin, clerks,
Canby precinct. Judges, Wnt Knight,
chairman, A A Porter and A W Kigga;
J li White and V L Mack, clerks.
Clackamas precinct. Judges, Geo H Weft"
ster, chairman, John Talbert and John Lan
ders; Wm H Dedman and Samuel IIolcomh
Cherryville precinct. Judges, Chas O
Baty, chairman, Wm Welsh and Fred
Reickel ; D W Parker and J C Long, clerks.
Canemab precinct. Judges, A 8 Lawton.
chairman L B Martin and J IIBingman;
H E Blevens and Wm A Hedges, clerks.
Damascus precinct Judges, E H Burg
hardt, chairman. Wm Denboer and F O
Bates; J B Martin and F A Bolina, clerks.
Eagle Creek precinct. Judges,; Jas Jr
Gibson, chairman, H J Hoflniaster and C N
Foster; John H Vancuren and Isaac Gor
Ely precinct. Judges, J N Harrington,
chairman, M M McGeehau and Geo C Ely;
J as L Mxallord and Wm Savage, clerks.
Garfield precinct. Judges, John W Pal
mateer, chairman, J J Davis and W II II
Wade; C 8 Porter and P E Linn, clerks,
George precibct Hans Paulsen, chairman
Hans Johnson and Ferdnand Rath; John
Schmidt and Adolph Wenderhold, clerks.
Hardings precinct. Judges, J M Tracy,
chairman, O C Armstrong and J H Brown;
Fred Gerber and John Sprague, clerks.
Highland precinct. Judges. Henry Jewell,
chairman, Wm Bucknerand M E Kandle;
W G Kleinsmith and Roacoe Card, clerk-s.
Lower Molalla precinct. Judges, J H '
Joyner, chairman, A H Wing and J II Daly;
Orrin Wright and J H Oribble, clerks.
Upper Molalla precinct. Judge H 3
Ramsby, chairman, Chas riolman and John '
Dribble; Reuben Wright and Sara Ingle,
Milk Creek pheclnct, Judges, 6 J Trull
inger, ehairmarty John Denmson and John
Gard ; J F Nelson and Nick Damal, clerks.
Marquam precinct. J udges, J W Elliott,
chairman. J W Derres and M Robins: A B
Marquam and C Engle. clerks.
Milwaukee precincL Judges, R S Mc
Laughlin, chairman, Henry Holsby and
Henry TheiKsoiijT J Gary and J F Rialey, '
Needy precinct Judges. Geo A Klnzer,
chairman, Ed Hilson and George Owings;
B F Smith, Alex Camoan, c erks.
New Era precinct Judges. Enos Cahill, .
chairman, August Bremer am) J 1. Mattock;
and warrant, ordered drawn upon the 1 1,7 Brown a.Jonn Ke,r' clerks
several funda .a follows: For labor 'iT80 '""'' fi"!"-'
I '"o, o roum-a. ainu u M lavia-
son ; C w Kruse and Henry Cans, clerks.
Oregon City precinct. No. 1. Judges, T F
$110 00; material $4.85; supervision $8;
The total allowance made for road
purposes according to the above reports
Upon the petition of T. 8. McFar
land of Oswego, precinct the clerk was
authorized to issue him a license for said
precinct to sell spirituous and malt
liquors in accordance with the state law
governing the same, for a period of six
The report of C W. Oanong as sheriff
on the delinquent taxes of 1891 was ap
proved and the clerk directed to issue a
warrant for the collection of all delin
quent mortgage taxes for that year.
After consideration of the policy to be
pursued in relation to roads for the com
ing year the court decided to continue
approximately the same plan as that I
of the past year and appointed supervi
sors for the coining year the supervisors
now serving, viz: First district, A. W.
Cooke, Second district, W. II. Smith;
Third District, E. P. Carter; Fourth Dis-I
trict, G. W. Prosser. In the arrange
ment of the districts Oregon City was
included in district No. 2. The court
ordered that the supervisors receive
lor their services for the current year
$2 per day for each day's service and
larmer, E Graves farmer. Orrin Cutting
I'pper Molalla precinct Charles llolman
farmer, Herman Thinner clerk, Raymond
Dickey farmer, A B Klise farmer, T I. Dib
ble furnier, II S Ramsby furnier.
Milk Creek precinct Wm Miller farmer,
John Denni.son farmer, Anthony Likewise
furnier, John Gordon farmer.
Marquain precinct J F Perdue larnier, J
E Jack farmer, F M Samson farmer, A B
Marquain luriner, Mart Bobbins fanner, G
W Bentley farmer, W 8 Kent farmer, J W
.Milwaukee precinct John Wise farmer,
T J (lear teacher, J G Bonnett mechanic,
John Wetzler, sr., farmer, T H A Sell wood
farmer, Oscar Wissinger merchant, R S Mc
laughlin farmer, Fredlierkemeir carpenter,
John V Risley, luriner, James Wilson farm
er, Frank Glover farmer.
Needy precinct E Hilton farmer, J K
Miller farmer, W L Thompson farmer, Geo
A Kinzer farmer, Daniel Kaufuian farmer,
II Johnson larnier, T J Ogle farmer.
New Era precinct David McArthur farm
er, August Jlremcr farmer, Enos Cahill
lumberman, John Reif farmer.
Oswego precinct A J Thompson farmer,
T Chuck laborer, Albert Walling furnier,
J B Hayes farmer, G W Prosser capitalist,
William Dyer larnier, Wm Hallinan farmer,
G R Shipley farmer, K L Pollock clerk, I K
Worthington, farmer, F L Minsie clerk.
Oregon City No. 1 precinct John Trem-
bath, sr., liquor dealer, I L Holiman sur
veyor, E R Charman druggist, R D Wilson
merchant, J Drescher hotel proprietor, E
D Kelly merchant, O I.oveloy merchant, J
W Baldorf woodman, J W Aldretlge mer-
in lieu of mileage the sum of $1 per day
for each day actually employed, the
sum of these to constitute their full
claim against the country for services
Relative to the boundaries of the
several election precincts it was ordered
that they remain the same as fixed at the
January term of the court in 1892 except I
that such part of Abernethy precinct as
was taken into the corporate limits of
Oregon City be included in Oregon City
precinct No. 2 and that the boundaries
of New Era and Tualatin precinct re
main as now to be re-adjusted by the
court at the February term.
Following is a list of the judges and
clerks of election for 1894 and 1895,
JCIMiKS AND CI.F.KKS OF ELKCTloX.
Ill the matter of the apioiiitnient of
judges and clerks of election of the different
precincts of Clackamas county. Itis ordered
by the court that the following ruined per
sons be and they are hereby apixunted
judges and clerks of election of the precincts
hereinafter named to serve for the term or
two years, commencing with this date and
closing January 1, 1S!H:
Abernethy precinct. Judges, C R Kinear-
son, chairman, t A Ilolnistonn and B Ore
gory; G A Hamilton and ECHackett clerks.
Barlow precinct. Judges, W 8 Tull, chaii
man, J I Dozier and E M Bracked; CD
Barlow and W W Irvin, clerks.
Beaver Creek precinct. Judges, Frank
Jaggar, chairman, G Moehnke and John
Shannon; E W Hornshuh and J B lSeeson,
Borings precinct. Judges, Edgar Ricbey
chairman, R N Bradley and Wm Deen ; M
Armesegger and 8 E Card, clerks.
Canyon Creek precinct. Judges, Charles
Hubbard, chairman, Wm Bonney and J
Gorbet; F M Robeson and U W Histner.
Cascades precinct Judges, H B Chase, 1
Ryan, chairman, M E Willonghby and E L
Shaw; J W O'Conneli and David Caufieid
Oregon City precinct, No. 2. J udges, J W
Noble, chairman, 8. 8. Walker and T 8
Lawrence; W B Wiggins and E M Howell,
Pleasant Hill precinct, Judges, Wm
Scott, chairman, Nelson McDonnell and W
F Young; Geo Seeley and A W Phillips,
Sievers precinct Judges, R A Ten Eycke
Chairman, Henry Van Helms and John B
Embre; A Ashotf and F 8 Peak, clerk9,
Soda Sorings precinct. Judges, J G Bleak-
ney, chairman, Scott Carter and J M Brown;
Henry Thomas and A V Davis, clerks.
Springwater precinct. Judges. Henry
Dubois, chairman. John Reed and John
Lewellln; M J 8nyderand A Lacey, clerks.
Tualatin precinct. Judges, John Kruse
8r, chairman, Fred Koelemer, and T L
Triever; Chas Wagner and A C Sharp,
iJnion precinct. Judges, W L White,
chairman, Jacob Miley and A Yergan: Win
Steinback and A Graham, clerks.
Viola precinct. Judges, Wm Stone, chair
man, A DCrnine and C W Cutting! W H
Mattoon and J M Johnson, clerks.
West Oregon City precinct. Judges,
Josepheus Tompkins, chairman. George
Askins and A Magone; I D Taylor and
Jonathon Humphrey, clerks.
The order instructing road supervisors
I as to their duties for the coming year
was made to include practically those
adopted last year.
Mileage and per diem of the supervi
sors was allowed as follows; C. Bair,
4 days, 28 miles. $14.80; R. Scott 5 days,
3G miles $18.00.
The court adjourned to meet on Mon
day, January 15 to 10 a. m.
The following bills were audited:
Sidney Smyth, surveyor $7 50
H S Gibson, Ed. meeting 8 00
C V Ganong, sheriff 134 07
' " jailer account 36 43
R L llolman, coroner 10 60
P J Ridings, pauper acct 8 35
Geo Broughton, road acct 30 09
F A Pungun, jury list 7 00
O C Iron Works 1 50
JC Bradley... 15 00
St Vincent's hospital 64 00
J C Bradley, assessor 40 00
Pope fc Co, road acct 2 70
State vs Thos Gorman 9 15
" " A Hunter 67 95
BenC. Irwin & Co, records.... 31 65
Geo F Morton, clerk 211 70
Judaon Howell, abstracting 96 00
J C Haines, jury list 7 00
W II Young, pauper acct 6 00
Courier, printing 51 29
Portland Hospital pauper acct.. 18 00"
R Schubel. jury list 7 00
D Parker, jury list 7 00
Enterpkisg, stationery 14 75
P Harris, pauper acct 6 00
Dunning A Campion, pauper acct 10 00
State vs Morris Heath 13 75
" " Ada Schidler 8 60
" " Mary Ki r, Insane. ... 15 0ft