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VOL.28. NO. 10.
ORKCiON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY. FEJJRUAUY 10, 1894.
(llrnull (intirt riinycnva Drat Mimilsy III No
Tamiwr mid llilnl M"nilay In A rll.
Pwliats court In Maaliui (li.l MiiuiUr In taob
ttommlaaliiiixra imnrt iriMiia Drat Wxlneadajr
fur Oral MiiiKUjr ul oai'h mciiuli.
M M JOMNailH. D W. KINN1IKI),
JINNAIIll) A JOIIN'HON,
t I VII. KNUINKKHiTaMi HTKVKYOKH.
Hallway Mallin ami ooiialruxlli.it. Iirlilni,
plana ami aallinalpa lur water aii.)r
Iiralnai attitl reel Iniprotcmeiit ol Uiwni
Xpoclnl (llrnlliin nlvrn In Draughting ami llu
1 K 11 AYKH,
ArrOKNKV AT LAW,
OSRlInN cur, OsKilnM.
Will prarllra In ill Id pnurla lit III tut.
OttliMi. curiiKr Main and Hlbth nrwn, o...iu
"y CAR ICY JOHNSON,
QREGON CITY IRON WORKS,
Now and Enlarged Shop with all ailiunct;H for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in the bent Manner onnibl.
teed on nil orders.
liEPAIRING - A. - 8PBOIALTY.
IN COUNTY COURT.
The County') Soloim Hold a
run a hock not i) to osweuo.
Proposition NubatUutrd by the I'ort.
latnd General Klerlrlc t'ompnny
I 1 Ji lil Orer.
Prices the lowed to m had in l'ortland. Shop on
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
I. KOAKE & CO., Proprietors.
Cnrn.r Klghl .ml
It K A t, KMT A TK TO Ml'. I, I, AMI
MoNKY TO I.OAK.
J' L. Poll! Kit, '
ATTORNEY AT I.AW
inA(-ra or raorsRTV ri"iiit.
Offlp til to Orvgnn l.'lljr liana on lh lrpl.
"1 0. T. WILLIAMS,
H KA L KHTATR ANI U)A. A'lKST.
A gixl line ol bualiicaa, roalilnir. ali1 auliiirbau
Farm Prowrtx lu trai l. Io lull on .aajr li-rmi.
('nrrttltttira tmim j.tljr nawi.rwl. Ofnra,
ttolt diHir Io I auflrlil A iluiilltijr'a drug alor.
1 II. DVK.
COUNSELOR AT I.AW
(Ultra ov.r Orrgnn Ctt JT Hank.
oaauiiN citt, ostoox
14 ow you Can Save Money
When your children need a laxative or stomach
and bowel regulator, buy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
Fifty down for twenty-live cents. The season for
coKIh and coughs, in upon uh. In order to be pre
pared for an emergency, get a bottle of
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
The bent in the market. Price 25 cents. For sale
at the CANBY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
I.AWYKK. KOTAIIV IM'llMC A INHl'HANCK.
Ofllce with W. Curry Johnson.
1 D A D.C .ATOl'KRTIK,
COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIN 1THKKT. ONKIIUN CITY, OKKOON.
furul.h Ah.trarli ol Till., Loan Mnni-jr. Fore
oliia Mortvaura, an. I Irantact (mui-ral
PORTLAND SEED CO,,
lee ami Poultry
mm m mm -mmmm a m m m i mm mm m w m mm mm mi
V A J v W A W A AW
$1.50 Per Year.
ATTOHNKY AT LAW.
Will ftinin in All I'iii iii or thr Btati
RmI Kall .nil Inraranr.
Offie. on Main Hlr .1. but Hlitb and Hnv.nth,
oaauoN citv. or.
J M. KAN Pit,
NOTARY l'UHUC, UKAl, KSTATK A
The Cheapest and Best Paper
Application of Ward II. Law ton for
permlmiion to erect telephone pole
Fourth f?tr!(:t, i atom the county road granied upon con
dition that lie place them 4 feet from the
north line of the rixht of way along the
road axUfil frr
Application of Thereaa Kramer for aid
from the county allowed and the clerk
authorized to draw a warrant each
month hexinniiiii with the firt of Feb
ruary for the Hum of ((I, in favor of appli
cant. Application of Meade l'oet for aitl for
Wiliion HittenhoiiKe, an indigent soldier
granted, the allowance to he taken from
he indigent aoldivr fund.
HeHignation of A. B. Manjnam a
clerk of election of Marquain precinct
accepted and J. T. Drake appointed in
rrnioition of C. K. Youim to tuk
charge of Jeaae Allen, Calvin Harrington,
and Ole Ilmiaen, patiierH, together with
reniontitrance agatriHt permitting the
tame, coimidered and proposition de
clined. Helative to the proposed change in the
boundary line of the Tualatin and New
Era election precinrta it wa ordered
that the boundary between the two pre
cincts remain an eaiahliHlied in 1S02.
Orlireil that the warrant for the care
of W. C. Kent, a patiiier, be ImhuccI from
thia date in fayor of Martin Hotnherger
Heport of II. McUugin upon the work
and expenae incurred in removing Ihe
uliile at the Hull Hun bridge approval
and the exeiiiie arxK.untiiig to fvJll.fi
The annual report of Road Supervisors
A. W. Cooke, W. H. Kmiih. K P. Car
ter and G. W. rroeeer approved and or
dered on file.
Relative to the reiorted obatruction in
the 0. B. Taylor road the siiervi8or, W.
U, Siuitli waa ordered to remove all ob
structions in that part of the road which
I had previontdy been epen to Uavel.
The resignation of W. ii. MattKin as
clerk of election of Viola precinct was
accepted and J. M. 1 1 ay den aptointrd
to fill the vacancy. Relative to the
vacancy caused by the appointment of I.
Johnson, a non-resident of the precinct
J. II Scott was appointed to fill the!
temporary relief as he should deem nec
essary. Proposition of V. W. Kinnaird to fur
nish the asaessor with plate showing the
school district boundaries accepted, and
he authorized to prepare said plats, to
The following named persons were ap
pointed judge, and clerks of election of
the new precinct of Ely: M. McGeehan,
chairman! rhos. Davis and J as. Bhelly,
judges, John Darling and W. B. Stafford,
clerks. The voting place to be in the
basement of the new school building or
near by, if that can be obtained.
As J. W. Noble who wan appointed
a judge of (lection for Oregon City pre
cinct No. 2 and lives outside of the dis
trict so that he cannot ai t tbe vacancy
was filled by the appointment of T. L.
In the matter of contracting for blast
ing material for the use of the county in
1H!H, it was ordered that such material
be purchased of the California I'owder
The following named persons were ap
pointed to act as judges and clerks of
election of Oregon City precinct No. 3:
C. A. Rands, chairman; J. N. Marring
on and Win. Havage judges; J. L Swaf
ford and Geo. Ely clerks.
Mileage and per diem of the commis
sioner was allowed as follows : C. Bair,
3 days and 28 miles, 111.70; R. Scott, 6
days and 50 miles $14.
As the formation of Oregon City pre
cinct No. 3 made it incumbent upon the
court to reorganize the magisterial dis
tricts in and around Oregon City pre
cincts No. 1,2 and 3 and Abernethy,
Ely, Canemah and West Oregon City is
naturally tributary to Oregon City and
more conveniently transacted there than
elsewhere, it was ordered that the
fourth manisierial district embraced all
of the above named territory.
P. F. MOKE Y 'a BOAD PaOPOdlTION.
The proposition of-Mr. Morey te'ative
Oregon the Only Section
Visited by the Hale.
ADMIRAL I (MHA WOLSDED.
Worst Htorm of the Beaton In
Eaat Fighting at Rm The
Chicago, Feb. 12. A genuine blizzanl
set in here laet night and continues un
abated. A fierce gale swept from the)
northwest, accompanied by a wet blind
ing snow which is pillinc up in drifts in
the streets, delaying 'incoming trains,
and blocking street car trallic. It is the
wont of the winter and is steadily in
creasing in violence. Advices to the
Associated Tress show the storm is yerj
At Topeka, Kan., it is raging with
great violence, with snow a foot deej
and still falling, and drifting before
fierce west wind. All Ihe 'ailroidsto
the west are blockaded The blizzanl
is very severe in the western part of tbe
state. The mercury is ten above.
At Fort Wayne, Ind., a storm is raging;
since laet night. Street car traffic is en
tirely susnenced. The murcury is fall
A severe storm prevails at Columhun.
O. The storm broke at Cleveland this
morning . By nocn the street-car service
was demoralized, and the prospects are
tbe railroads will be blockaded before
At St. Louis the storm abated abont
noon, with four inches of slushy mixed
sleet and snow on the ground. Tele
graphic and telephone communications,
are severely interfered with.
Reports from southern Illinois, south
irnand cintral Indiana, Missouri and
Arkansas all tell the sane story. The
to the building of a road between Oregon wtnatton promises t t-e aggravated xy a
Office In tho Pnat Oltlc. Ilnllillni,
(isnn City, Orogiin.
(). C RNOWNRI.L. A. S. ORRaaRR.
IHOWNKI.L k DKKHHKK
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Okriion City, Orruon.
Will prarlic In all the rmirta ol the atats. 01
flof, ni'xt dour to I'aufk'lil A lliintluy 'a lni
r. F. WHITE.
Practical drchitcrts f- Builders.
Will prnparc plana, viuvatliuia, working 1r-
lla, and apiK'ini'atlnna lor all kltl'la nl liullil
lima Hpcclal atlmiilon Ktvon in motlrrn rnt
tain". Katlmati'i lurnlalioil on application
Call on orad.lruat W1IITK ft KOH , ,
Or.ion City, Oid
fllK COMMKKCIAL HANK,
OF OKKUON CITY.
'aplUl, ..... $100,000
TaANaACTft A UKNRRAL BANKING RCSIMRaS,
I.nana mailu. llllla dlacnuntoil. Mattel col
leotlima. llnya anil aulla excitative on all polnta
In tho I'nlti'd Hlatfx, Knrop. and llmig Kong.
Ilcpoalta rccol'-vil anlijnct to clieck Intercut at
uanal ratci allcwcd on limit dcpoalta. llault
open from V A, M. to 4 r, M. Haturdny evoiiliiRB
from S to 7 r. M.
D C. LATOUKETTR. Pri-atdcnt.
K K DONAl.DHON, Caahlor
OREGON CITY JOBBING SHOP.
All kiiufs of
Tinning, Plumbing and General Jobbing
DONE TO ORDER ON SHOUT NOTICE.
SEWER AND WATER CONNECTIONS MADE
At tho most reasonable rates.
City and Oswego towards th3 construc
tion of which the Portland General Elec
tric sompany la to pay (9000 upon condi
tion that the county pays a like sum, is
substantially as follows: .
The Portland General Electric com
p try is to convey for the purposes of a
comity road a strip of land 80 Io 100 feet
wide from the west end of tbe suspen
sion bridge the entire length of the com
pany's "property a distance of about one
mile and containing 24 acres more or
less valued at fOOOO. Through these
strips so granted all electric and trans
portation privilege are reserved and over
all other parts of the county road the
company is to be allowed the same priv
ileges. Over this right of way a road is
to he built to cost $18,000 one-half of
atflf'All work in done with a view to lust and satisfy all concerned.
A. W. SCHWAN.
Nliop Sieventli tit., near llrpot, Oregon ily.
JANK OP OKEdCN CITY,
Oldest fianklns Heose in Ik mi.
Paid up Capital, fiO.OOO.
ORO. A. HARnlNO.
1. O. CAVriRLD.
CIIARLRS H. CAUPIXLD.
A (enoral banking bualn.ai tranaaeted.
Oopoalu raootved subject to clieck.
Approved bills and notei dlacoiinled.
County aud city warrant! bnualit.
Ixtana nude on available leotirlty.
Exchange brniRlit and lold.
Oollectloiif made promptly.
Draft, told ivallaole In any part of the world
4 Telegraphic excliannet sold on Portland, Baa
Franclaco, Dhlcaxaand New York.
Intereat palj on time dcpoalta.
tub Arenta ol 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 Fromptly Executed.
' imci'i:n Tin: i.mvi:nt.
Jf;ssTSbop corner Fourth and Water streets, back of Pope A Co's, Oregon City
1 lie clerk whs ordered to issue a war-1 which is to be contributed by the Port
rant to the sheriff for the collection of , ad General Electric company in three
all taxes Bhown upon the la. roll for 18113. j equal annual payments and the other
The report of G. W. Prosser, suer-j half by the county in two equal annual
visor of road district No. 4, for January i installments The company aUo agrees
showed that there had been expended j to move its rock crusher now in use at
for work $-22.51, for material $M.2u; for the west side station, upon the comple-
supervision $12, total $285.80. The re-, tion of that plant to a suitable location
port wis approved and the expense ac-' and to furnish two men to pper-
I ate it. The county must aUo construct
sudden drop of the tetnprature, covering
the ground with a coating of ice. Traffic
isat a standstill. The telegraph sitna
tion ii the worst for a long time. No
wires south and very few in any other
Fort Scott, Kan., reports the heaviest
snow in many vears. A Missouri Pa
cilBc paseenger train is snow bound near
Moran. Three engines, sent to its re
lief are believed to be also snowed in.
At Hammond, Ind., the snow is two
feet deep, still falling, and drifting
badly. Street cars are tied up.
At Ottumww, la., the heaviest blizzard
of the season. The snow is fifteen inchest
deep, drifting badly, and the tempratur
At noon the wind was blowing seventy
miles an hour, with indications that tbe
blizzard will continue thoroughout the
night, with the coldest weather of tbe
year. Many pedestrians were injured
by being carried off their feet by the
gale. Many carriages were overturned
and the occupants hurt. The waves oia
the lakes were extraordinarily high.
Fighting la Uraill.
Nkw Yobs, Feb. 13. The Herald
The report of W. II. Smith, supervisor i a suitable bridge across Sucker Creek at i correspondent at Rio telegaphs to Mont
ot road aistrict o. 2 lor January showed
that there had been expended, for labor
$220.23; for material $5.83; for super
vision $20, total $24tl.n The report
was approved aud the exteiise account
The report of W. II. Smith supervisor
of road district No. 2 for January ehowed
uwego. j evideo the following: "It is rumored in
inese conuutons are summarized as : the city' now that a crisis in Peixoto'et
1. The withdrawal of the moitgage
2. The building of the bridge at
3. Appointing of a trustee who shall
that there had been expended, for labor J have charge ot building this road and
$223.23, for mute rial $o.K5, for suiter-, the handling of the money,
vision $20, tatul $240.01. The report was I 4. The payment to said trustee on the
approved and ordered on tile. part ot the count v a sum of money equal
The report of E. P. Carter, supervisor I to the amount paid by the company,
of rond district No. 3 showed an extemii- jail electrical and transportation rights
ture for labor of $19 3". The report was over lands on said surveyed line, other
approved and tho account ordered paid, ; than that owned by the company, the
The petition of L. Ileitis et al for a j countv to pay one-half in one year and
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.
Fine selection of Perfumery and Toilet Soaps. And Lead
ing Brands of Cigars.
i'iti:N itH"iio.!M ;AKi:rt l.i.v i-)i.i.i:i.
Shively's Block, - Oregon City, Or.
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS 0P
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK OF FLOORING, CEILING, RUSTIC AND FINISH
ING LUMBER, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
Special Bills Cut to Order
Mill and Yard on the River, Foot of Main Street,
OREGON CITY; OR.
county road was granted and Sidney
Smyth, county surveyor, appointed to
make the survey with S. II. Wing, J. K.
Sipahr and Peter Adams as viewers to
meet at the place of beginning on the
20th of February at 10 o'clock.
The proposition of the Portland Gen
eral Electric company to coin promise
with the county upon the suit against
them for delinquent mortgage tax to pay
in the sum of $!),000to be expended upon
the county road between Oregon City
and Oswego, the county to expend a like
sum was urged by II. II. JohnRon and
others, , Tbe opinion of C. D. Latourette
attorney for the county beir.g asked whs
given in favor of making a compromise
of the suit providing it could be done on
terms favorable to the-county. The
matter was finally laid over till the
Resignation of J. M. Traccy as judge
of election in Logan precinct accepted
and John Itarglleld appointed to fill the
vacancy and designated as chairman.
Proposition of W. II. Young to board
and care for county charges was re
jected. Relative to the application of Mrs. N.
Smith for aid from the county, Commis
sioner Bair was ordered to make investi
gation and if he found the necessity ur
gent he was empowered to all or d such
the balance in two years from date ; the
company to pay one-third of the amount
upon the acceptance of this proposition
by the court, one-third in one year and
one-third in two years.
J Foy, witness $ 3 80
C W Ganong, sheriff 47 66
J C Bradley, assessor 2t'8 00
Glass A Smyth, pauper 12 38
O C cemetery 5 00
O C Water Works, court house. . 15 00
P Harris, pan iter 20 00
Draw ing jury list 7 00
r.NTKKi'Hisu, stationery 4!l W
II Cochrane, road acct 125
Portland Hospital 31 00
State vs John Smith 38 00
" " John Smith 10 10
" " Ed Boyles 3 40
Search warrant app, L. Smith. . . 7 50
Sidney Smyth, surveyor 6 00
C W Ganong, jailer 32 84
GeoFHorton, clerk 517 lo
R L Holman, pauper 15 00
J Duffy, pauper 1 75
O C Iron Works court house 1 00
Ben C Irwin A Co, records 8 50
S M Ramsby. recorder 104 65
C Kerr, road aect ' 13 90
W A Huntley, stationery 40 84
State vs Geo Blanchard 43 05
" " Ed Duncan 26' 55
" " Harry Clark 27 40
" " Jos. Beck, insane 18 80
Search warrant app. R. Wood 5 80
The following bills were laid over till
the March term ;
Enoe Cahill, road account $100 00
Ben C. Irwin A Co., records 8 50
cabinet is imminent. The state of seige
will probably be continued longer than
was contemplated. Word has reached
Rio from Santos that the rebels hare
landed at Iguape, a town in Ihe state of
Sao Paulo, on the south bank of the
Iguape river, and are marching upon the
city of Sao Paulo, capital of the state of
From Rio Grande do Sul reports have
just been received that the government
troops have met defeat at Ombu. Three
hundred of them were killed and
their amunitiou of war and provis
ions captured. Ottici 1 dispatches re
ceived here today from Rio, bring
conformation of the attack of the rebels
upon Kictheroy and their repulse by
the government troops. The new com
mander of the British fleet has arrived
in Rio harbor.
The Branch Asylum.
Salem, Or., Feb. 13. For the purpose
of testing the legality of the legislative
act of lSt)3, as to w hether it is constitu
tional, an injunction is to be brought
against ihe location and erection of the
branch insane asylum in Eastern Oregon.
This time the injunction is coming front
Polk county, the complainant being A.
C. Taylor, a prominent and influential
farmer of Perrydale. The pape a in the
case have already been prepared, and
service will be had and suit will be com
menced before Judge Burnett this week
in Salem. W. II. Holmes and II. J.
Bigger, of this city, have been retained
as attorneys for Mr. Taylor and those
who are associated with him in the case.
The action is to be commenced at once,
the ot'jcct being to stop all proceedings
before any further expense has been
created before the governor, secretary
of state and statu treasurer shall have
purchased the site selected and taken
active steps looking to the erection oC
the necessary buildings.