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Oregon City Enterprise.
OIlKdON CITY, OKKUON, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1000.
COUNHKI.OKM AT LAW
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UOWKKU. A CAaTHltll,
ATTOHNKYH AT LAW,
Ullgnl I'lTV. OSBOOB.
Will prerilre la all ih. mult e toe d! 01
fr. In I -II I I'M' llllif.
J) II. 1. 1- HCKKSH,
Prices Mo-lerals. All Operations
Hartley liulldlng Oregon City, Or,
ATTultNKY AT LAW.
Om.w opposite Huntley's DriiR Nir.
Oregon t'lly, . Oregon.
Offlrw or MrKitirlrk't rihoa Ktore. near
the liana of Oregon I'll;.
Ueil-S I'itt (uiuo.
Int nil of Uwlh. r'I'l "owns, all kinds ol
nllliige sd budge work, i
Wreath HI. hear depot. treein City, Or.
I K. IIA YKH
ATToltm AT LAW.
Mowers and Binders
(iivo tcnl H.'iliHfactioti of any. Kiwi what norno of your
ni'ighborrt in (Mai kainaii County nay aliout ilium.
I haitiiln Handles all KIhiI ii( lireln,
NiHxiy.o.iviii, Di i. ;:i, h'.M.
Mitt Mil l., I.awie A hTaVKN Co.,
Portland, Dreg. in,
Gasri awa The Champion Hinder
hoogl.l ol you lat season has kIvwi
ilniiinlUl( lli'ii, and lam more than
pleased Willi It. Il will rut elevate, and
hind any kind ol grain long, abort,
thick or Ibm-end runs Dm l! .lilesl ol
auy machine) I ever saw run. My
neighbors are all wall ptnaead Willi my
machine, and .f iii'iuin Il Ilia beat III
Iha rwlghloilnod, ami I tan tell you
ol (wool them lu will Imy I'heuipiolis
noil year. C. Jooar.
nnd havo boon
for 05 years.
Mure Iban l'ea.el Wllh III Hareala.
tn, Or'K'in, N'v. I, H!S.
Mm mi I., I.kwia A Hrv ().,
linx nuMr v : I ii r-lrrina l tlm
Cliamnioii Itiii'lt-r whiili I imrcliawl
Irnni you ilila wan, will aay that It
woika In lwttoM an I I am mora tlian
iilnawnl with my oarKalri. Tl.la a"n
I rill 1 U) i f- ol K'ln on aa rwU
Krtiuri'l aa ran I foun t anywlirra, anl
iim onlf imtii I ha I waa ft rmiu lor
two auiall Uilta. Anyoun di-airliiK to
imri'liaw a lllii'li-r alioulil taltn C-'Ikiii-IiIoii
ly all inaiia, lor it la rally ojr
a'B'l, vrry IIkM In draft, anl In- all the
l.iin.llri. C. K. Woi.raK.
Tim hli(" ft Mafrklntf IUUl-I!pllcr
Takf Xvn (antic.
llfil KIUM KKSTl'CKV'M (.OVIK.XOK.
HrllonS ( aiiKiit In Hmt Trap l'rac
KiKHKi.r, May 21. Alwut WK) Bonn
liavu i)riainli'rel tt Vryboru, north of
KiniUrly, and liitlo uiora than half
way I ftwmn that itar and Mfikin.
Tim road la all clear from MaMili K, arid
all (.'vi:tioii In tlil dialrict ii piactli al-lyend'vl.
I'meroku, May W. Il wa ofll -lal'.y
announced today that wlin tlia laaifra
and lorta around MalxkiriK liad iw-n an
vrffly bombarded tli ia'" waaaban-
When vim buy a Mitchell you luy tho Ix-nt that can
jK)Hibly Ikj built, ami run no chancei as to quality.
Jlilchell, Lewis it Stayer Co.
Front and Taylor Sts., Portland, Or.
KIHE AND ACCIDENT jj
r Kailroa l TickeU V) all oints East at low rates, jj
l;in, May 18. From the mention
of laK'ri in (he Pretoria diaich, il ia
Uiidi-rnUil hrra that prior t4 the ralaing
of th aii-nc of MaffkinK, the Ir lar
aroiin'l thai plare wrre viroronaly Um
larded hy Ihe liriliah relief column, and
the tirhera practically compelled to
tandin lli" alp.
Hallar Tahaa MawCa.tla.
UhikiV, May !8. General Duller, In
diniwtcli the War office, dated New.
catle. May 18, aayi:
"Newcaatle waa occupied laat oljjLt,
and tolay the whole 8cond Dlrialon
and the Third Caralry Brigade will be
oonrenlrated here. I have tent the
mounted force throuifh Nquta to at pel a
atnall force of the enemy and to reaaaure
theoalivea, The enemy hare barnd
Uie chapel, broken luucb gUw, plun
dered many hounea and taken caah from
the banka, but otherwiae they have not
d'rtie oiurh harm. The railway la badly
damaged, the Ioiiane and Nkader
bidgoaare deatroyed, aa are many cul
Trrta and tho pumping atatlina and
water work. Of I be 7000 men flying be
fore ua, atxMit 10 X) aeem tn have vm to
Wakkeretrootn and some by Mullei'a
Pa .a to the Free KtaU. The remainder,
who are described aa diaorganited rabble
have gun north, and aay they intend to
make a lUn l at Lalng'a Nek."
pm-lal alianllnn fttn l.i (Vunty ('otirl
nfhie I'l-ialra, oi'.lta llantlay'e !ook
J)lt. OK'. IIOKYK. I
. .. . . . U l.i! llll
I'Mflt anl liri'lje wan a ryim-'. "
oik aarraiill ami aatialactlon
Omre In reufWM Klk.
rpill COMMtRCUL BAMX
Of 0HiJ CITY,
t'avlul, . .
. . . a, i.iillM
.nt tn. l. Hllla qiawat4. Makaa rot-
l Wholesale Prices.
HARRIS' GROCERY, i
lani.m. Iur,'",,r,,",0" r,,nl I
In lb. I'uiu4 ui. ufii. ami nui "" i
Ixifaiu il'xl aub)M-t lo (Baca aao.
apn I'uia It. lei r.
V C, I.ATOfhinl. rrwlHaal.
f. J. XkVKR Caakiar.
tlittraorer MrKluHi k'a Bltoa Hiore, nrar
Iha lUnkof UrKoiil'lty.
oaiM Citt, Oaaoon.
ATTOItNKY AT LAW
On ua 1 1 to Orin Ctiv Knurrrl a.
itiluataj of the Northweatern Unlver-
iltv Deutal Hchool. Chicago.
A!o American t'ollr-geof Dnntal Hurgery,
Wlllartnitte Block , lire on CHjr.
I. FRANCIS NIKKMAN,
?tNli or ORKUCN CITY,
Oldest mn Douse !i lit Citr.
Paid up Cailtl. M.O0a
raa.inaat. - cwan creiau,
- a, a OAuriat.0.
A inneral ban kin I bualnti.a traiiaaaled.
hiUa renlTaf aulilaol 10 elieek.
l'pnitt hllla anit nnlea dlaoouuiaa.
Uiiiiiiij ami cltr warrant! bought.
'"ua niaila on available aaaurliy.
Kiohauna txiiifhtanil aolit.
llnllMtliiiiimaile promptly. . . .u. .M
l'rHaaol(t avallanla lu any part of Ina woria
Tlai.raplilo emhana anbt on Horllauil, Ban
VrmnUdo. llliloai.ianit New York.
ntaraat palj ou time dupoatta,
$25 1 $30
Strictly lIlKh-CJra.lo, Fittotl w ith Any Kind of Tires.
Call ami Soo Our HamploR Bi'fow You ftuy.
?W Pope & Co.
Oregon City, Or.
Cor. 4th and Main Sts.
i: i iii'cciiinaii,
im$k( and Exjuejiji,
Froight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE
OLD WHEAT FLOUR.
Mmlo hy tho Patent Puockbs ia a
Peiikkct Fl.oi'K. Wheat that ia not
HPnwonfd can not mako a strong
flour. The wheat from which our
Patent flour is made, ia all old stock.
Ask your proper for Patent, and
refuse- to accept any "just aa good,"
as there la none.
Portland Flouring Mills Co.
Orogon City, Oroeon. .
I WaeiiixoroN, May 21. The United
Stalea aopreme court today dec dod the
Kentucky governorahip caae In favor of
Governor IWkhain, diaiuinalng the writ
of error from the Kentucky court of ap
peal a. The opinion waa handed down
by Chief Justice Fuller this ni .rfiing
and a rigoroua diaar nting opinion waa
delivered by Harlan. Juntices Brewer,
Brown and McKenna alo diaaented
from portiona of the opinion.
i The opinion waa banded down by
'Chief J uatir Fuller, and the oe dia
miaaed (or want of jurisdiction, it being
held that determination ol caee of thia
character and all content for elate
I otllcera muat tieceaaarily be aeltled by
the political branch of tbe government.
That branch bad acted in the Kentucky
cane when tbe general aaseoibly Uk
jurisdiction. There wai no appeal from
the aatM-mbly'a decision, which was
favorable to (ioebel and Beckham, ex
it" Dt to the tribunal of the people, which
tribunal, the chief justice laid, was
always in aension.
He also said (be case waa purely a
state case that Kentucky waa in full
poaaeesion of its faculties, as a member
of the Union there was no emergency
which called (or Interference.
The opinion in Kentucky was not
unanimous, Justices Brewer, Harlan
and Mi Keuna dissenting.
Londox, May 21, 3:10 a. m. Pi--played
in the most conxpicuous style in
the Paily Kxpress, is tbe dominant war
news of the morning.
"We have the best reason (or staling
that in the last 24 hours a telegram has
been received at the Foreign ollice. ad
dressed personally to the Prime Minister
from President Kruger, proposing terms
of peace. The exact terms ot the mes
sage cannot be stated j but we believe it
is couched in au exceedingly bumble
It la inconceivable, of course, that
lAird Salisbury can have sent any reply
except the one that stands ready on the
lip of every Briton unconditional sur
render. London, May 22.-4:35 p. m. It is
odkially announced that Colonel
Buthune has reported that while march
ing in the direction of New-Castle yester
day was one of his squadrons of mounted
Infantry was ambushed by a party of
Boers six miles west of Vrybnrg, in the
Transvaal, and that very few o( bis (orce
escaped. His casualties numbered CO
Capk Town, May 22. British troops
have arrived at Veereenlng. (In the
Transvaal, notth of the Vaal river.) The
bridge across the Vaal was found intact.
Twenty-Beven Free Staters and two loco
motives were captured.
lluvr Kuvoya Spvak.
Washington, May 20. An audience,
remarkable (or ita size, sympathy and
enthusiasm, greeted the Boer envoys at
lb reception given In their lorn r to
night at the Grand 0.f ra-lloiiw, under
the auapics of the Congressional and
('itir.i-ri'a cmunitti. The hoiiae ?aa
crowded Xn iiiflVation, and many were
turned away. The interior waa deco
rated with the National tri-color of both
Ihe United htatee and the Tranavaal.
There were probably SO members of the
senate and liouae prawnt. Kpeaker
Henderson waa in one of the boxes, arid
others present were Knnatore Pamela, of
Virginia ; Teller, of Colorado; Tillman,
Pettigrew, Mason and Wellington; liep
reaenUtives Khafrolh, Atwater, Hlay len,
(ilynn, Ituppert, Gaines, I.atitner, Inlx,
Miiluer, landia, Linney, Byan, Grei.,
Henry, (Mam.) Hay, P Armond, Clark
(Mo.), Miers and Khea (N. Y.) One of
the boxes, it waa stated, hd been re
served (or the President, a committee
having been sent to the White House
with ticket o( adtiilnaion to the o;a
houae, but n' n-preaenUtive of the
President's olflcial tiorjhold was tn
Chairman Hulter, of the reception
committee, presided, and a Dumber if
addresses, all of them patriotic in char
acter and earnestly supporting the cause
of the Boers, were made, the speakrra
ircludlng Messrs. Fischer, Wolarensand
Wessela, Ihe Borr envoys, Senator Well
ington, Hon. Bourke Cwkran, of New
York, and Chairman Kulier.
Commissioner Weaael'a speech waa a
viyid picture of the Boers in their con
teat for their rights, of tbe charity and
deolion which characterized their roan-1
ner, and of tbe patriotism with which I
they all went in to fight their battles
He felt aura that the audience would
admit that the Boers bad many g wd
characteristics, and was not aa black as
be was painted. The English nation
apparently wished to act as judge and
Jury. He asked the audience wh-ther
tbe Boer nation bad not the right to
claim the liberty and sympathy ol the
United States, and of the whole world.
Mr. Wolmarina, who spoke in Dutch,
said Uiat while tbs envoys did expect
to be sympathetically received In this
country, yet they bad not anticipated
such a atrong welcome as had been
showo to them in New York City and
Washington. He knew, however, it
could not be different, because tbe
Deoule of Uiia country have the same
love of liberty and sense of justice, that
tbe Boers bad, and their sympathy would
be help to them in their struggle.
N J Thomas
James Hon ,
Hieven Coover ..,
J M Gronbong.. ,
C A Hyan
J V llauss
J K Mar'piam
Panlel Prunor, road fond
Pale, road fund
I(i!i'f Garrett .....
F a ik Taylor
W II Yoder
A B Marquam ,..
J K Marijuam
Calif Powder Works, gen fund
.... 10 VI
.... 4 M
.... 3 OQ
.... 12 Wl
.... 3 (XI
. .. 3 r j
.... 20 to
.... 1.1 to
.... 2 1X1
Road District No. 28 Bridge work : '
DM Groshong, gen fund 1 61
Alex I'lua I 1 -VI
Albert Croaaan. 2 Oil
D M Groabong. roa-l fund 4 to
A M Groahong 5
A M Grosbong... 3 Ol
Alex lluad 4 to
James Kussell 1 r
Jame. MaU 1 to
B M Boyles 1 M
Albert Croaaan 8 CO
ToUl 134 W
B d District No. 29
Cauf. Powder Co geo fund 43 34
Road District No. 3)
C Nixon, road fond 9 OT
K Borland z- 2
W Smith ... .
K W Wauker..
J R Haya
Ge xt B Rate & Co, gen fund.
BOUtD OF 1011OSI0.URS
of tbe Conoly
Marks, rhalrmaB; J. R. Mortow,
R. Scoll. ntroinlaalonera.
Uoad District No 27. Labor on Scott's
Mills and Sola Spring roaJs:
J T Drake, road
L B Thomas ....
A K Thomas
J M Nicholson ...
J N Dart
D il Groahong...
G M Urosbong ..
ToUl 1398 50
Road DUtrict No. 31 Labor on Ore
gon Citv and Davtonand Moser roads:
Henry Shatx. road fund 23 25
J y Gage 3 00
Y Schan S 00
F Reich le
Henry Backer 10 50
C Polivka 60
W Schatx 20 25
Onrad Walfle 1 M
Rort Bichle 5 25
Samual Moser 1 60
Samuel Maer 30 00
Joe K.lleuhaefer 10 M
Wro KMeer 1
Guy Groa J 30
John Ssirer " 25
John Kaiser 13 10
Fred Zimmerman 12 30
Geo Wigley ,4 60
Joe Bea-nley 13 80
Mike Gros 00
Adotph Gross J '
Herd Selje 0
Ferd Gross 50
Moehnke'e Mill, gen fund 9 00
M K reters 1 0
Total 1293 M
(continued on page seven)
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