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Oregon City Enterprise.
VOL.31. NO. 19
OUKUON CITY, OKKUON, KJliDAY, MAIiCII 17, 1809.
rjlliK t'OMMKIK'IAL HANK,
Of OHRUUN CITY.
liHni. msda. Hill. ill. mmiilail. M'kM nil
i-iins. liny. fnl tulli ii'limii on nil points
In ilia I'nllxl NUI, Kuriiha ml Hung '"i.
Iilii r.rwi-.d mtiiMii U) lik JUuk
! Iniin I a, m. tnl r. m.
U 0, I.ATdl'KITTk, president.
F. J. MKVKK Cashier.
Jll. OKO. IIOKYK,
Oown ami HrlilK wnrk a Mpoelally.
work warranted ami satisfaction
Olttra luraulttM Itlk.
ATTdlNKY AT I.AW.
ilirntlon. ilvcn lo Oiuntjr
ainl I'mbai bnalnats.
!fle I'i'.Ulfi, opposes
ATTOHS KY AT LAW.
OSloe or MrKitirick'e Haoa Mora, naar
ilia Hank of OrrKon Illy,
osmium City ... OaauuR.
1 soC aanaatu. ,
tOW MIX A CAMPnUU,
,' ATTOKKKYM AT LAW,
Will praotlca la all Hi oourta ml lb Mat. Of
flra, u l.ufl II bill ding.
LACKAMAS AhNTN ACT A TKl'lT CO.
rurnl.h, A Ul (., halo. o( Tli a. IW.rrtp
lii', Ikiii, limiri . far Thm fcrfecl
1 ilia, ale , ate. Ultirw or Maok l
1' a ( I' 7.
J. f. ll.AKK. fra.,aail Mar,
J U. MILI.KIt,
lliie tot ' Uwib, "l't crownt. all klnda ul
fllllnxi ami btliUaaork.
Sft.aili ht. naar dot. OrrKon City, Or.
'fi O.T. WIUJAXa
( aRAL K4TATB Aft) WAN AOEMT.
turn frobanr la Uaru lo tull oe aaaj urata.
CnrrMpaadaat ptnaipilr aDr4. 0aa.
Ov dur fiuu v H'lkilai aawtaa.
p. A D.C. LATOUKKTTB.
i COUNHKIjORS AT LAW
MAja araaaT omiiiom city, oaiaoit.
ruml.k AtMlraoia o(Tila, Un Monr. rora
bio Mortaat ... aad Uaowel UauaraJ
OincoriT MrKUtrli k'a Hhoa Slure,
I tba Hank of Oregon City.
ATTOKNKY at law
OHloe next to 0re on CUT KnUrcrt-a.
It, FRANCIS FREEMAN,
Graduate of the NurthwnaUrn Unlver-
nitv iHtntal HcIilmjI, Clili'ttgo.
Also Amorican College of IVnUl hurgery,
With Dr. Welch, Willamette IUork.
f ATTORNEY'S AT LAW.
DoV.eotlona, Foreolonira of Mortgagua,
ml a gonvral law bualnean at
:, tended to promptly.
Main Hi. f'irat dxr South of Muthodiat
Church . ,
ANK Of OKKOCN CITY,
C'.dcst Banking Hon in tie City.
! PaM up Capital, IM.OOa
, Hurpliu. IJU.UU.
a iniNT, eeaataa a. crriau.
n a raanioiNT, eao. a. HiaiiiNe.
UDHiia. a. e OAuriiLo.
A lemirallianklnf bunlnum tramacted.
piiiiiU raonlvad aublnoi to check.
krnroe1 lillla and notaa dUonuntad.
iiilyand cltjwarranta bnuxht.
xKi mda on available taourlty.
.'hU(ia boiiRht aud aold.
Jmrwitlont mada prnmpllr.
raiva aold avallaule In anr part nl the world
nUmraphlo amliaiiRM told on Portland, Han
rTntiulaco.Ohlflaaoaud Naw York,
itera.t pal J on tima dapoilla.
J J, 0. STRICKLAND, M. D. ,
Honpltal and Frlvnte Exporlenoe.
C'.tb lila pnifi-iiNlonal aervlrea to the pco
)la ol Oregon City and vicinity. Hpeoial
attention palif to ('atarrli and
i Clirouio dinanes. Dent of refer
enrea given. Olllca In Willamette
Htllldlng. Olllce linnri: 10 to l:a. in.,
' 4 to 0 p. ni,
)Iift(10N ITY OltKUON.
VAN I1C D-H K V K H A L T It U sT W O K I II Y PK It
' .n in th lUtn to mnii'iK" our liinim im in
lioir own mid nnrbT omiiitiu.. It I. innlnly of
ii work comliK led at lionm. Bitlary mr.uidit
'H'Oa year mid eHti"i ili-rinitu ihiiiiIIiu, no
iKin-, no I' M MiUry. Moiitlily I'.l. lt"fnri'li"rl.
i ul b ell-Hill. riiMKil .iBin x d uwlope, ll'tr-
r IC, HtMb, I'leitt , Du L M. Clilcuvn. U-'il
Spring-time, Spring -
ri niirini: Milieu ever mown in i.TCuon iliy. i no
Latest ).iMtMtliu Latest Mylcn tho Latest IiccIh tL
Latest color. Every hIioh in a pixu. Every pair a
trcuKiiro. There will boa Manic in your life if you fail
to wo tliohe goixlu. We guarantou Iricen Lower tlian
in Portland. .
Watch our window next week.
Your to command,
McKITTFICK, "The Shoe Man,"
Nail Door to Oregon City Bank,
They all aay that
Headquarters lor liar, landptaater, Heeda, Ktc.
Hailroad Ticket to all
Eaberi) 0utfitfcip6 Co.
' s .
388, 300 Washington St., Portland. Or.
Orgon Phone. Main 87.
Furniture, Upholstery, Clothing, Dress Goods, Silks,
m r wm.
j rTTTTTTTfwj iiii .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii rrrwrren rnPrVfreeieiejwiieyfrtTfTFr
110 FARMERS WANTED
to buy Syracuse Chilled Plows for
which we are agents. Also full
line of Steel Plows, Harrows, Culti
Wo sell IMPERIAL BICYCLES
quality highest,-price the lowest.
We are agents for Simonds Cross
cut Saws, and the "Z" brand of
Sledges and Wedges. We keep a
full' line of Hardware, Stoves, Tin
ware, Wagon Wood, Iron and Steel.
Pliunhintt a Specialty.
Corner 4th nd Main Streets, - Oregon City.
Thirty years of prncllre hi made him authority on diseases or this
nature. Call or write. Krre consultation. Correspondence solicited.
New and elf glint parlors laths Aluky building, oor. Third and Morrison.
Entrance, 9 Morrison, nppoalte McAllen A MrDonell'a, Portland. Or. Rooms
;ilO, ail, 312. Take elevator. llours-U to 12 a. m.j 1-S and 7-S:30 p. m.
NoltlsfKMT, NATTIKST LINK OF
Says 1st Be So!
Carrie Ilia nioet complete atari
m First Class Groceries to bo
found In Ilia City.
FlltB AND ACCIDENT B
point Eust at low rates.
No Money ANkrd 1'nIU Cure
i We have secured at great coat
t be aervlrea ofone of the world 'a
greatest apeclallate. He has
teallinoniala Iroin some of the
bent people In the United BUtes
Mouilerriil dAneNS No Niirff
' ml 0irallnnl No I'mIiiI
No l lnj riMtin llunlurMNt
Aa an evhtenre that he has the
ability to perform what we ad
vertise, no recompense will be
refilled until the patient hlm
DOCTOR E. M. RATCLIFFE
Personally attends to all cases of
Kntraired In F'ltchllnic at Manila
V.utmtft Loaa Considerable.
Insurgents Driven Bark la All 1)1
rerilen Jlawi killed and Ssmer
oa Prisoners Taken.
Mamila, March 13 10 ;W a. ra
General Wheaton's newly formed divi
sional brigade advanced at 7 o'clock thia
morning fioin Han Pedro Macati for the
niro0 of rvirrallng the enemy. It la
now moving oa Pasig, meeting with
aliK'it reaiatanco aa tho irholt are In full
A Kunboat la clearing the jungle along
tne river banke, which have ben carried
aa far aa (Jaalaloue.
The parxae of the inuve ia lo clear
the country to Lacuna le ISay.
UT AXr.lt IX TIIK TltKNCIIKW.
IUII. Could Hot M Hater a (.ra. U
Manila, March 12. The Fillpinoe ap
parently had planned aa attack upon
the linea of (ieneral Otia and General
Male thia morning, but their courage
aeemej to flinch, though they fired aig
nala and kept op the fusillade along the
American front for an hour. Our troope,
in obedience to order, refrained from
shooting, except w ith the exception of
two companies of newly arrived men,
who replied until they bad euppreaeed
the regiment of Filipinoa. Thia body of
rebeli aeemeil under better leadership
than moat of the othera. A white man
waa aeen among the officer, endeavoring
to lead tbetu to the attack, but appar
ently all effurta lo induce them to leave
the trenches were futile.
The American authorities io Manila
aay the city is now ao effectively policed
that a aerloua outbreak ia impoeaible.
They believe that the nativea are cowed.
The prvaence of the familiea of olflcera
if diacouraged. and many are leaving
on board the United Hate transport,
some going to Japan for temporary real
dence. General Otia ha remarked :
"Manila ia no place for 'women. Thia la
war, oot picnic." I
who dee. I re trote
rrtiiaer Narcisaoa baa
porta in the (aland of
board Britiah aohjecU
j Oivgoalana Jola Wbvaloa't Hrigade.
! Tbia afternoon the Twentieth and
Twenty-aecond infantry and aeven com
! panic of the Oregon volunteer marched
! to San Pedro Macati to join General
j Whealon'a new divialonal brigade,
I which ia to consist of tbe Twentieth and
Twenty aecond infantry, eight companies
the Washington volunteer, aeven com
panies of the Oregon volunteer three
troop of cavalry (mountedj, and a ba
Ullionof light artillerv. Altnough the
rain which fell thia morning hat cooled
the temperature to 82 degrees, many
dropped from the rank, overcome by
Seyeral eoldiere were aunstruck in tbe
streets of Manila thia morning. Most of
them were not yet acclimated.
Brigadier-General Charles King nas re
covered from hi indisposition, and re
aumed command at the San Tedro
Macati bridge. The enemy are very
active north of the river, though not
doing any firing now.
WOMEN WANT TO FIU1IT.
Anxious lo Take Flares
In th Insur-
Tacoma, Wash., March 12. Oriental
paper brought by the steamship Victoria
contain the following extract from the
Repuhlica Filipiana.the insurgent paper:
"Splendid demonstration of theCavite
women, without diatinctisn ot class or
age, unanimously requested with enthus
iasm to be permitted to take the place of
men if the men perish in the struggle
against the Americans for tbe defence ol
tbe Independence of the Philippines.
They gay that irrespective 0f the weak
ness of their sex, the love of their country
will make tnera strong and will animate
them to keen combat against the Ameri
A telegram published in the Republics
says that a letter has been found in
Railway ottering $30, COO reward for the
assassination of Aguinaldo.
Stories of the battle contained in
Oriental papers giye details not covered
by earlier advices.
General Otis' Advlela.
Washington, March 15. The follow
ing dispatch from General Otis has been
"Manila, March 15. Three thousand
insurgents moved down last night to the
towns of Pasig and Pateroa, on the shore
of Laguna do Rar, fronting Wheaton's
troops on tho' Pasig river line. By
heavy lighting Wheaton has disloged
and driven them back, taking 400 pris
oners and inflicting heavy losses in
killed and wounded. He reports bis
losses only moderate. He now occupies
(Continued on page six)
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS.
lUyuUtr Slurrh Jfrrtlntf nwl i're-
rloun Adjournnl anil
8 F. Mark, chairman ; J. R. Morton,
R, Kcott, t'linmiaaioiiers
The court met Friday. February 17th
pursuant lo adjournment. The
court arid ollicer pre.ent of the 17th in
atant, except County Ju ltfe Ryan; and
no bii'lneaa apiearing, the court ad
journod lo meet tomorrow, February
the iHib, aHI:.'W a. in.
The court met pursuant to adjourn
ment, the court and officers present aa
of veatcrday, the 17th inilant.
And on this day the following buslneaa
waa held, to. a it;
In the matter of Ihe new commission
er and printing bill for Clackamas
county, it is ordered by Ihe court that
Judue Rvsn procure a certified copy of
raid bill from the secretary of atate.
In the matter of the county and legal
printing, It la ordered by the court that
the county clerk a I'ertUe for bid for
all county and legal printing, the court
reserving the right to reject any or all
bid, said bids to to ooonnd on the first '
day of the March term of said court at
10 o clock a to.
la the matter of the mi lea ire and per
diem of th county commissioner for
Ihe adjourned February Wm. iKfi. it is
ordered by the court that the mileage1
and per diem of the county commission
ers be allowed a for the adjoorned
term, February 17th and 18th. F.
Marka, 2 days and 2i miles, $H J10 ; J. R.
Morton, 2 daya and 20 miles, H.
In the ma'ter of supplies and printing
for county ofSi.-ers. it is ordered by the
court that the county cllirers be sutlior
I zed lo procure any printing or supplies
they may need whenever they See tit.
The court now adjourned rine die.
Monday, Fib. 27th, ltfra
The rew board of county commission
ers con vened according to law in special
aeaaion thia 27th day of February, 18J.
Present, S. F. Marks Richard KcoU, J.
R. Mortn, commissioners: Klraer Dix
on, ch-rk ; J. J. Cooke, sheriff.
And now on this dsy the following
business waa had. to-wit:
In the matter of levying a bicycle tax
Thia matter coming on regularly to be
heard under the new law and the court
being fully advied, it is ordered that a
tax cl (11.25) one dollar twenty five
hundred Ilia for each and every bicycle
owned iu the county be levied.
In the matter of the bill of J. E. Mc
Coy for repairing Clackamas bridge, the
board ot county commissioners bavins
examined said repair on said bridge
and being fully satisfied, it is oroered
that said J. b. McCoy a bill for (tloO)
three hundred and ixty dollars tit be
ing the contract price) be allowed, and
'he clerk ia hereby authorized to iasae a
warrant in favor or J. fc. McCoy for said
In Ihe matter of the bill of the secre
tary of atate for a certified copy of the
new commissioners law, the court being
fully satisfied, it is ordered that said bill
for (It 75) four and seventy-five hun
dredths dollars be paid outot tbe con
The court now adjourned aine die
KEOl'LAK MABcn TCIM.
Be it resolved that at a regular term
of the county court for tbe
county of Claokarae, for the state of
Oregon, begun in Oregon City, in said
county and staUt M mday the tith day
of March, l&t, the same being the first
Monday in said month and the time
fixed by law for holding a regula- term
of said court. PrtSfot, Elmer Dixon.
clerk ; J. J . Cooke, sheriff. -
Wheieupon a term of said court is be
gun sod held on vtednesdav, the 8th
day of March, lS'.tO, the same being the
tirt Wednesday in said month and the
time fixed by law for the first day of
said terra of court f r the transaction of
county busiiu'8.4. Present, S. F. Marks,
J. R. Morton and R.Scott, commission
sioners; Elmer Dixon, clerk, and J.J.
The court convened according to law,
and now on this dav the following busi
ness was had, to-wit:
In the matter of the petition filed by
J. L. Yosburg et al. for a change in the
Aberuethv road I o the matter of the
petition filed by J. L. Vosburg and more
than twelve householders of the county
living in the vicinity of the proposed
road described in the petition and pray
ing viewers to be appointed to view and
locate a county road in Clackamas
county, Oregon, described as follows:
Commencing at a point 80 rods west
from the northeast corner of section 32,
tov nship 5 south, range 1 east of the
Willamette meridian; thenco north one
half mile to the open line; thenceea.it
on open line to a distance of about 20
rods of tbe southeast corner of the north
half of section 2tt; thence in a north
easterly direction to section line aliout
20 rods more or less front one-halt mile
stake between sections 28 and 29; thence
north on section line nearly as practica
ble to the county road at the northeast
corner of section 5, in township 5 south,
1 east of the Willamette meridian. Said
petitioner filed bis aftidavit of notice
posted respecting said road, showing
that there had been posted one on the
court house bulletin board aud three on
three of the most public places in the
vicinity of the proposed road more than
30 days prior to the presentation of the
same, lie also filed a bond for $100 ac
cording to law.
The court being fully advisod, it is
ordered that said petition be laid over
to the April term.
In the matter of the petition of view
ers on the petition of John Ferguson et
al. for a county road In the matter of
the report of W. II. Counsel), J. 8. Ris
lev and F. M. Sumner, viewer appoint
ed at the last term of the county court
to view and locate a county road situ
ated in Clackamas county, Oregon, de
scribed in full on pnge 5 of this jouruul,
said viewers tiled their report showiug
that they had met on the 20th day of
February, 10, a day earned in the no
tice served upon them, and were duly
sworn ty subscribing to a written oath
of ollice admii)iHteredby E I. Rands,
the county surveyor, after nhi;h they
proceeded to the designated place and
did view and cause to he surveyed by
said county surveyor the shove nV
aeribed rosd. They slo filed the field
notes snd plst of the snrvey. Ha Id view
ers report fsvorsMy to the ealahliMh
merit of said road a viewed and sur
veyed, f ir the reaaona that it is a good,
practical ronte and of public utility.
Haid report waa read on thia day on lie
first reading and laid over for a aecorxl
When aaid petition was read Ihe sec
ond time it appesred to the board that
! there is a claim or petition for damage
filed (In cane said report is accepted) by
John Uenaon for HXK). Therefore, it
ia ordered by the board that J. F. Ap
peraon, Michael Oatfleld and John Tal
bart be appointed viewer of damages,
lo meet at the premises of John Rensoaj
on Thursday, March 20th, WSJ, si 10
o'cloca a. m., and after being duly
aworn that they view said road tho
whole distance through the lands ol
John lienson and determine, if any, ho
much lens valuable his lands would Itt
rendered by reason of Ihe location and
opening of said rosd, and report tho
same in writing at the next reular term
of this board ; and it ia further ordered
that the expenses of said view ami sur
vey be paid aa follow:
W II Counsel, viewer
J. 8. Kisley, viewer
F. M.Humner, viewer
W. W. Myers
W. J. Whitemao
E. K. Rands, surveyor
In the matter of the petition of J. L.
Vosburg et al. for a change in the Aber
neihv Mad lo the matter of the report
of W. II. Counsell, J. 8. Risley and F.
M. Sumner, viewers appointed at the
last term of the county court to view
and locate a county road situated in
Clackamas county, Oreiron, described in
full on page 5 of thia iournal. aaid view.
era filed their report, showing that they
iivi uiri an me nn uay ol rebruary,
18V9, a day named in the notice served
upon them, and were duly fworn by
subscribing to a written oalh of nffiV
administered by E. P. Rands, the county
surveyor. af:er which they Drocee.l.l ia
the designated place and did view an, I
cause to be surveved by said county sur
veyor tbe above described road. They
also filed ihe field notes and plat of Um
survey. Said viewers reported favora
bly to the establishment of said road aa
aurveyed, for tbe reason that it is a good,
practical roote and of public utility.
Laid over until tbe April term.
In the matter of the petition of R.
Schockley et al. for a county road, John
Lewellen, G. W. May field and G. V7.
Lee, viewers appointed at the last term
of the county court to view and locate a
county road situated in Clackamas
county, Oregon, described in full on
psge 8 of this journal, said viewers filed
their report, showing that they had met
on tbe 23d day ot February, ls&.a day
named in the notice served up m them,
and were duly sworn by saow-ribint to
a written oath of office administered by
E. P. Rands, the county surveyor, after
which they proceeded to the designated
place and did view and cause to be sur
veyed by said county surveyor the above
described road. They also HUf thm
field notes and plat of the survey. Said
..et,. mpmi latixauij io me estab
lishment of said road as viewed and sur
veyed, for tbe reason that it is a good,
practical route and of public utility.
And it appearing to tbe board that
there ia no remmonstraoce or petition
for damages filed, and being SHtiufied
that aaid road will be a public utility, it
ia ordered and adjudged that the Bel 1
notes and plat of said survey be record
ed and in all respects approved and that
said view and survey be established as
a county road, and that the expenses of
said view and survey be established by
Clackamas county, and tbe clerk i
hereby ordered to issue tbe necessary
notice to the supervisors ol the dUi riec
or districts in which said road is located
to open and work the same as the work
of aaid petitioners will g j.
John Lewellen , $7.60
Green May field 7'
T. Shockley b.oq
W. V. Henderson b.oo
Robert Rutherford 6 CO
E P. Rands, surveyor 27.60
In the matter of the petition of Fred
Mosbberger et al. for a county road In
the matter of the petition filed by Fred
Moshberger and more than 12 house
holders of the county living in tbe vi
cinity of the road described in the peti
tion and praying viewers to be appoint
ed t view and locate a county road iu
Clackamas county, Oregon, described aa
follows: Beginning at a point in the
center of the Needy and Molalla road at
the' corner of section 35 and 36, town
ship 5 south, range 1 east of the Willa
mette meridian and sections t and 2,
township 5 south, range 1 east of Willa
mette meridian and on the township
line between said townships 4 and 5, in
Clackamas county, Btate of Oregon, run
ning thence due south on section line
between said sections 1 and 2 a distance
of about three-fourths mile to iuterect
what is known as the Gordon road as
the point of termination. Said road
Bhould be a (40) forty foot road, and
said petitioner not having filed his affi
davit of notices posted, it is ordered by
the court that said petition be laid over
to the April term ot this court.
In the matter of bids for county print
ingThis matter coining on regularly
to be heard, and bids being received as
Courier-Herald, by A. W. Chenev,
publisher, as follows: In consideration
of being made and designated as the le
gal and ollicial newspaper of Clackamas
county and given tlie coutract for fur
nishing all the stationery, printing,
blanks, books and supplies of that na
ture for a term ending the first Monday
in July, VMM, I will print the delin
quent tax list for 10 cents per line and
turnish the said stationery, printing,
blank hooks and Hiipplie for 75 purest
of the cost of such as no paid by said
Clackamas county, Oregon. I als
guarantee that alt work shall be first
class in every respect and that 1 have a
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