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teoofr City Enterprise.
VOL.31. NO. 51.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1897.
JSURVKYOR AND CIVIL KNUINKKR,
All orders iniliiilly mii'tidfil to.
l'oMiintiw sililreaa Oregon City. Iteaiilmict
Ml M nlil rum I'lscr, on Knl Hide Kluctrio
lint two mile nurlli ul Oregon Clly.
Q I). A D.O. LATOUUBT1 t,
ATTORN EYN AND
COUNHEI.OHH AT LAW
MAIN STREET OREGON CITY, OKKOOM.
furnliui At.ntracla of Title, l.oan Mimey. fore
llu.e Murlgagva, and tranaacl Usueral
IT I, CHtlHS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WlLt I'kAiTirs III AU Cot'STk or Till BTATt
liral Batata ml Inaurailf.
rnneim Naln Bir.nl Iwt. Hlilh and Seventh,
oakiio CITY. OR.
K, MA UK 8,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will iimllio In nil Hi courli of Hit Halo
OMI' oppoalle rourt lioua In Cautlelil
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0)UNSKW)K AT LAW
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IIIOWNKIX CAMI'l Kl.l,
ATTOUNKYS AT LAW,
Will prnlr In ll lheourU of li Ol
flpa, lu k it It II lu. Uiim.
J)U. J. II. MILLKH,
Bevniitli tnit, ner Koiitliem l'mrillc
depot, Or?Kn Clly, Ornuon.
CIVIL KXOINKER ami
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR.
"Will I lit court Iioiim on kcIi 8ilurJy
and on nKUir wnnion days ol
J J T. BI.ADKK,
Inturanc wrllltn In lh lUrlford.of lUrtford,
PtUvlnt. lUmburf of Hremtn
QUACKAMA8 AHHTKACT A TKDHT CO.
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ORIUOH CITT, ... - OklQOH.
CIVIL KNUINKEK A Kb SURVEYOR.
Kllwy I.Pdlloii t1 riinnlriiolliin. brlilgei.
lUiimiiiil citlmnifi lur wntcr
Dmlnnge mil ktreot Improvnmont of tnwiii
apooUl Itonllon glvnn tofimuglitllif Hid blue
Willamette Bid., oppoalte roHtolllce.
Olllce hours from 8 a.m. to 12: 1 to
6::i0 p. m.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OBloa next to Oregon City bank on 6th ktreot.
O. T. WIIXIAMH.
REAL E8TATE AND LOAN AGENT.
A good Una ol bualnenk, roildence and luburban
Farm Property Id traoti to kiilt on ey termk.
OorrekponiJonoo promptly amwered. Offloo,
one dour auutli of MutlKxlInt cburoli.
mil! COMMERCIAL BANK,
OF ORECION CITY.
TBANHACTk A OINIRAI. BANIINQ BI'klNIKk.
Loam made. HI1U dlioountod. Mnkek col
lection'. Kiiya and kelli eiohange on all nnluu
In the United Htntei, Europe anil Hong Koni.
PepodlU recel'ed kubjeut to oheck. Bank
opeu from a. M. to 4 r. M.
D. 0. LATOUKKTTE, Premdent.
V E DONALDSON, Caahler
ANK OF OREQCN CITY,
Oldest UU Bouse In the City.
Paid up Capital, 150,000.
PRkllinlKT, - CHABLIk H. CAVJFIHO.
Tioa rKEBiDlMT, eo. A. HAami.8.
OAkHiaa. - caufibmi.
A general banking bimlneiik trankaoted.
Ueuoalta received kiibocl to check.
Approved blllk and nolca dlaooiinted.
Omiulj and city warrant! boiinlit.
Loan mvle on available leourlty.
Kxchange bought and aold.
Colleolloni made promptly.
Dralu aold ivallaole in any part of
Teleirraphio exchangea aold on Portland, Sao
rrannlnoo, flhloago aud New York,
ntereat pal J on time depoaltk.
A -ft v j ; ". ? V ') ;
Fresh Fruit-Best Quality
Fine Table Groceries
None belter in the city. A pplcndid selection and all
fresh. Trices as low as to be had in the city.
Corner Main aud Fourteenth Sts.
We are bIko airenta for Hie celebrated
Canton Clipper Plows, Harrows and Cultivators.
Alao (or tlie Slmonds Saws.
Corner 4th and Main
Having secured the services of a
first-clung workman we are pre
pared to do mending and repairing
of all kinds at reasonable rates.
The Shoe dealers.
m Summer Goods
To make room for a large and
completo stock of
from the East, soon to be in at
Thos. Charman & Son's
The Pioneer Store.
1)0 YOU NEED ANY
0B OTHER BUILDING MATERIAL?
C. H. BESTOW I CO.
Low Prices. First-class Goods.
Corner 11th and Main Streets, Oregon City, Oregon.
.b - a
5-S 3-i a 3
a 8 1
We are headquarter
for Air-Tiulit Heater
1 latest alot'k, loweiit pricea.
J3 5 us
We carry a full atock of elerylliinrf id the
Hardware line, wagon wood, Iron, Steel,
pumps, piie, etc. Plumbing and all kinds of
jobbiiiK neatly and promptly done. Estimates
POPE St CO.
Streets, - Oregon City.
CITV HOLOJS AT WOKK.
Much Routine llnklne Transuded
The "city fathers" met In adjourned
session Wednesday evening, Mayor E. O.
Caufleld presiJinif.and Alderjien R.
Koerner, Frank Hutch. R. D. Wilson,
11. E.Harris and James Roake occupy
ing their accustomed places, while Re
corder Thos. F. Ryao handled the Jour
nal. Chief of Police Chas. E. Hums
and Street Commissioner Chas. Rabcock
were up from their several departments.
Roll call showed quorum present and
Councilmeii Thos. E. Gault. L. C. Captes
and John Hittner absent.
Thomas E. (iault was granted a leave
of absence for a month.
Applications of I. O. Rambo, A. Knapp
and J, N. Miller for renewel of their
saloon license granted.
Recorder Ryan submitted his rejort,
showiiiic there had been but one case in
his court during the month, that of John
Williams for being drunk and disorderly
and was Oned - and given two weeks in
w hich lo raioe the amount.
Licenses were issued during the month
i W Cole, saloon...... 00
ililli Muney, kaloon 0 00
Paul Hfinmelcarn " 200 00
I!Ioik'0Ii()W 15 00
O 11 Young, aecond hand store .... 3 00
WLIIIock 3 0i)
A W Phillips, erpreas 5 fW
Total t1 00
Two burial pt'iinits were issued and a
remonstrance filed by Chambers and M.
N. Howell against the building ol a side
walk on the south side of Twelfth street,
between Adams and Jefferson streets.
Warrants were ordered drawn as fol
lows: General fund ...,,,,...$72) 8S
Cenieiery " 47 40
City Treasurer, II. E. Straight sub
milted his report of the city's finances
for the quarter ending September 30, as
Dalanceon hand $2,000 32
Receipts for quarter 4.2XU a
Balance $2,040 75
BroiiRlit forward $000 27
Total $I.8K7 71
Disbursements J.t2 24
Balance $25 43
. 9 85
Total $133 02
Disbursements 47 40
Balance m 52
SkVtSTH STSKBT ri'KD.
Balance $152 35
Mr. Straight's books are neatly kept,
showing the city's financial condition at
The following claims against the city
were read and warrants ordered drawn
tor the several amounts:
T K Ryan, salary $ 25 00
1 " revision of ordinances.... 40 00
Chas E Burns, salary 00 00
E L Shaw " 60 00
Chas Babcock, street work 97 50
I. Dicklenian, cleaning Main street.. 31 00
" " engine house. 1 00
Press 10 50
C H Dye, fees 6 20
Paul Hemnielgarn, meals at jail.... 1 20
Joseph Andrews, burying dog 1 00
O R H Miller, use of jackscrews 3 00
Pope A Co, nails and hose coupling. . 2 70
Wilson & Cooke, indse 3 49
Geo Brouvtiton, lumber 355 90
Holllster & 1'otte, dog tags 3 00
P G E Co, light, c'hu'd, $172 45; all'd 107 00
Peter Nehren, cleaning city ball 5 00
II E Straight, salary 40 00
T E Kraft, plastering 6 50
Theo E Kraft, papering and painting
cty hall 130 20
M F McCown, special police 2 00
O H Bestow, material for city ball... 11 00
OA HardniK, electric lamps 100
Report ol finance committee submitted
by Rudolph Koerner and Frank Buach
recommending that parties owing the
city whose notes had matured be re
quired to execute new notes ; that the suit
against the East Side Railway Co. to
annul thoir franchise be retired without
prejudice; that the county court be noti
fied that the council will discuss their re
quest for the city to bear one-half of the
expense incurred in repairing the suspen
sion bridge so soon as the city shall have
received that part of the road fund it is
entitled to under its charter; that the
water commission be requested to capa
talize its indebteness to the city and is
sue a warrant for the amount in favor of
the city, were adapted unanimously.
Council then adjourned to meet on
next Wednesday evening at 7 :30 o'clock
to consider the city ordinances as recently
revised by the recorder.
Subsribe for the Enterprise, the lead
ing paper of the city.
In the City Courts.
Rolls Ford, Frank Farmer and Harry I
Farmer, three lads about 14 years of age, I
residing with their parents on the West
Side, were tried in Justice Bchuebel's
court Wednesday forenoon on charge
of stealing chickens from Mrs. Henrietta
Kelly, After examining 12 witnesses
snd listening to the stories of the boys
themselves, the lads were discharged.
Not however, until alter Judge Hchuebel
had administered a sound fatherly lec
ture, admonishing the boys to be morel
careful in the future and warning them
not to appear before him again on a sim
ilar charge. L. L. Porter appeared for
the state and J, W. Compbell for the de
fendants. Late Saturday night Policeman Shaw
arrested Ernest Kiser and W. II. Koeh
ler, of Oswego, for assaulting Sam Bat
dorf.oftbe West Side. The fight oc
curred on Seventh street, near Richard
Petz ld's meat market. It was a battle
royal, short and saeet, the sidewalk be
ing sprinkled with blood the next day.
All three of the combatants had been at
tending a dance given in a ball on
Seventh and Monroe streets and the
Oswego boys were somewhat under the
influeuce of liquor. The trouble was
over a young woman.
Both were arraigned before Recorder
Ryan Monday, wheu Kiser plead guilty,
was fined $12, which he pai l and was
discharged. Koehler stood trial,
was convicted and fined $5 and
costs, amounting in all to $25. He
tendeied the amount of the fine but de
clined to pay the costs and was commit
ted to jail He was afterward released
on a writ of habeas corpus granted by
Circuit Court Actions.
The following actions were filed
circuit court since October 7th :
M E McCarver vs Eliza Coleman.
Claus Krohn vs Wiebke Krohn, for
divorce and care of four children.
Assignment of Wanda Zimmerman to
G. B. Dimick. Assets as listed consists
of fixture valued at $174.50 and liquors
valued at 87.5l), total $222.00. Llablli
ties listed are: Gambrinus Brewing Co.,
Portland, $550; Eugene Hock, Portland,
$20.50 ; Naber Alfs A Brnne, San Fran
cisco, $350; Multach & Bundschu, San
Francisco, $90 ; Earnest Miller, Portland,
$110; Louis Feurer, Portland, $235 ; total
Mathias Butola vs Albert Francis, for
$50.93 and $50 attorney fees.
Portland Flouring Mill Co. vs Jacob
Geo. Foreman v. Dure., H Tattle, et
al, to quiet title to 150 acres in sections
14 and 23 in township 2 south of range
Fred Schiewe vs Jacob and B. Kurz,
for $600 and for injunction preventing
sale of mortgage.
J. S. Kirkley vs Vina Kirkley, for di
vorce and costs.
Joe Parrott vs H. II . Wheeler et al, for
judgment for $500 and $75 attorney fee.
Matters Id Probate.
J. M. Tracy, of Logan, has been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of his
father, E. C. Tracy, which consists of
$7200 in certificates of deposit and cash.
Hearing of the liual report of Jacob
Strobecker, executor of the will of Nich
olas Slrobecker, deceased, set for Mon
day, December 0th.
The lost will and testament of G. W.
ISHmpson, deceased, was filed for probate
Wednesday by M. E. Beatty.
The will of G, W. Sampson, who died
October 5, at his home three miles east
of Clackamas station, was filed for pro
bate Wednesday. It was executed Jan
uary 24. 1895, and bequeathed to the
widow the easterly 15 acres ot the farm,
including all the buildings, and to Mrs.
Cora Beattie the westerly 10 acres of the
farm. M. E. Beattie, husband of the
beneficiary, is named as executor of the
will without bond. The estate is esti
mated to be worth $2100, only $100 of
which is personal property.
there Is Nothing so Good.
There is nothing just as good as Dr.
King's New Discovery lor Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, so demand it and do
not permit the dealer to sell you some
substitute. He will not claim there is
anything better, but in order to make
more profit he may claim something else
to be just as good. You want Dr. King's
New Discovery because you know it to
be safe and reliable, and guaranteed to
do good or money refunded. For Coughs,
Cold, Consumption and tor all affections
of Throat, Chest and Lungs there is
nothing so good as is Dr. King's New
Discovery. Trial bottle free at Charman
& Co.'s drug store. Regular size 50 cents
If you want to know anything about
Fire or Life Insurance or Building and
Loan Association, call on II. T. Sladen.
He has it at bis finger ends.
'Wedding stationery, the latest styles
and finest assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at the Enterprise office.
THE LiS I) OP GOLD.
0Men Writes or Ills Trip
Oliver L. Ohlsen, who left Oregon City
in company with W. M. Schuabaaer on
the 19th of August, for Klondike conn
try, has written a letter to the Estsb
pmsa under date of September 29, while)
in Lynn canal, on board the steam
ship Rosalie. The letter was mailed
at Mary Island, Alaska, October 5, and
received in this city on the 10th insl and
is as follows:
"Leaving Victoria, B. C, Wednesday.
September 22. we will land at Skajuay
tonight at 0 p. m., We have experienced
very stormy weather en route. When
we left Victoria there were 104 passen
gers on board, 25 of whom were from
the steamers Eugene and Bristol. Reach
ing Fort Wrangle some of the passengers
left the steamer to take the Stickeen
route ; others left at Juneau for the Takn
route, and there are only five besides
myself who are still on the s'eamer
bound for Skaguay, of the Bristol crowd
and some 50 others from all parts of the
United Statei, bound for Yukon over the
Chilcoot and White passes.
"While stopping at Juneau this morn
ing we had two hours to spare and in
looking over the town we met R. G.
Case and Mr. Campbell, formerly of
Oregon City. They are doing well and
Alaska's climate seems to agree with
Mr. Schuabauer and myself are feeling
well and will not be the last ones over
the pass if there is any posiible chance
of getting over this fall. Kind regards
to all my friends. I am respectfully
Oliveb 8. Ouubs.
A Joint Teachers' Institute.
A local institute for teachers of Clack
amas and Multnomah counties will be
held at Orient tchoolhouse on Saturday
of this week. A fine program has been
prepared for the day, the leading featarea
of which will be "C imposition, WorkJJ
by J. W.Mills of Mdltn .mah coanty;
"Training of the Will, by J. C. Zinser,
nf Dh..am 1 . I t - .1st . '
ui vic(uu vi. bciiooib; isommoa
Fractions" by Miss Caroline Barnes, of
Portland; "United States History" by
H. S.. Strange, of Willamette Fall
schools. An excellent luncheon will be
served by the ladies of the district and
Prof. A. C. Strange, who is in charga
of the school at that place, will have bis
company manners on for that day, and will
make it as pleasant as possible for the
visiting pedagogues and pedagoguesses.
! Orion t IB torn tnilaa nptk miw.v ka
Ueen Dansa9cuil and Sandy and is;a8ily
rB.,hB(, K . . .
reached by well graded wagon roads.
To Learn Grace and Deportment.
Miss Vara Pilsbury has opened t
dancing school which meets each Satur
day afternoon aud evening in Willamette
ball. The afternoon class is composed
of boys and girls from 6 to 12 years old.
while the evening class embraces those
from 12 to 16 years. The two classes
were only organized last Saturday, yet
so well has Miss Pilsbury's effort been
received that she has some 30 pupils on
her roll with a number more to join
soon. In addition to dancing, deport
ment and grace of movement will be
taught, so that the young people may be
able to overcome that ackwardness inci
dent to youth and be able to appear in
company with proper grace and ease.
Miss Pilsbury has taken lessons of the
best teachers in Cortland anil is con
sidered an adept in the line of work she
has taken up. (
Lockhabt, TexAs, Oct. 15, 1839.
Messrs. Paris Medicine Co.,
Dear Sirs: Ship us as soon as possi
ble 2 gross Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
and will not have any other. In oar
experience of over 20 yerrs in the drug
business, we have never sold any medi
cine which gives such universal satis
faction. Yours respectfully,
J. S. Browne & Co.
For sale by C. G. Huntley, druggist
Everything required in the school
room, books, slates, tablets, sponges,
ink, pens, pencils, etc. at Daniel Wil
liams, cornei Seventh and Center streets.
Full stock of nuts, candies, notions etc.,
fresh and of good quality. Bold at reas
Cronp Quickly Cured.
Mountain Glbn, Ark. Our children
were suffering with croup when we re
ceived a bottle of Chamberlain's cough
Remedy. It afforded almost instant
relief F. A. Thornton. This celebrated
remedy is for sale bv G. A. Harding.
Altona Time Table.
0. C. T. Co's. Steamer Altona leaves
Portland for Salem and way landings
daily at 6:45 a. m. Leaves Oregon City
for Salem at 8 a. m. Returning to Port
land about 3 p. m.
- Send the Enterprise to your friend in
the Ea6t and thus give him an idea of
what is going on in Clackamas county.
It may induce him to locate with us.