Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, August 03, 1900, Image 1

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ORKUON CITY, OKKGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1000.
ESTABLISHED 1866
35. NO. .'58
O V. KunIIiaiii O. II. IMmli k.
pIMICK A KAHTHAM
Attornoys-nt-Lnw.
(oliiiureliil, Ileal Kataln mill Pro
bate I,aw, Fiwrlallle.
AUtiactt of Tills made, Money Ixmnrd
On jjim Clly, Orc-goi,
It A l C UluUkltrU,
ArriMNKYM AND
COUNNKUHIH AT LAW
U.ll tTSIIT OatUOH ITT, OHlU'iK,
fitraub AtMri al T'ti. Imh M'Omf . Fr-
l. HTIUCKUKP, M. I.
(IImIuI anil Private Kirliie J
Ofl.ra III prifr..liilial fli lu III !
,la nl Oi.tfoii Clit and n Inlljf, lal
attaiillun t a I-f 10 I'alarrli ami
(liMililn dlMiara )W. n rfr-
n Kivon. onira In Wniamatla
ttuildlng UfMea liiniral IV UJ 12 a. Ml.,
4 to I! i, Mi.
MiKOoN CITY itKUnN
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ATTUKNKY AT LAW
Oregon C'liy. - - Oregon
Will p'arlif In all Hi ruurlt el Ida tial.
i1U In Cauli'ld building.
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I'lCKKSH,
DKNTIST.
I'rlre Moderate. All Operation
Guarantoed.
lUrvUy lliilIJUiK Ormun Clljr. Or.
ATToll!ICY AT LAW.
Of. oppo.lt llutiiljr' Drug Bmra.
Dragon Cily, - Oron.
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ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
YOU AIMi INTERESTED
In a huMltn'MM iroKmition if it can
Jo for you Ono of Two Thing,
Miiko You Money
Save You Money.
ASBESTINE WeathtTi.roof and COM) WATKK TAINT
for otitaido lino on Uriel: , Wool or Slrmn. A dry ttowdor ready
f..r unci ly adding water made In Whibsand 1 color. From 3 to
5 llxi. make one gallon.
Wo will mil you any colcr at Vo. a twitind.
It will not Mcala or rub off. It alio inakea a firtit-claHj
priming coat for oil aint.
Now in tho tiuio to Wautify your home and we are making
njn-rial iri ffl on Paint, Oil and UriiHhm, VariiiahcH. AlUtine,
Knannl Ac
CIIAKMAN & CO.
Cut Price Paint Druggists.
('lor Curda 1'ree,
MARCHING ON I'EKIN
Allied
form Due at the Capital la
Klglit Dart.
ITALY' KM(i AVIUM SAUD.
''All fttf and Mtll" ! Imager! Lat
JMt.age, DaUd iulj 10.
I)L-wtu. Aug. 1. The alii" art
marching on to I'ekln. They are 1
mllea from Turn Tiin anl ebould
reach I'D km In eight dayt. All
'the European! bare taken refuge in
the luner Incloaure of the Imperial city.
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OfftVe or MrKinrbk'e Hiu Wore.
Id Hank of Oi'fin Illy.
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INSURANCE
FIRK AND
ACCiDENT jj
Railroa l Ticket t all poinU at low rates.
Ina mU r UU. g 'l't ero hi. all klnJa of
nilinit ami biJ(ofk.
hfeib M. har Ji-oi. Di.nin CUr, Or.
K. II AY KM
ATTOHNKY AT LAW.
lrlal iinil'm g'n i Coiinljf Cuurt
anj I'ruiiat maiun.
orlic l'iuif. oi.u iiuinUyi l"o
lur.
jyi OKO. IIOKYK.
....DKNTIST....
On.wii ami Itrl'lK 'ri rWlalir. All
urk arranU-l aifl aUlclln
KUraniwl.
omcm In Caitfll'l
Naw Yokk. July 31. The rejwrt from
Iori()oit that the Uritiali and Airiorlcan
troopa at Tien Tain are prfjaring an al
am e within 44 hour aroutnd much in-
teratt hre, th Waahlngton corrwe-
poudeijt oi the Timei. The announce-
oicul aweme to have been uwleluit be-
fora the arrival of General C'halfoe at
Taku. and give rie to eotue luUreitl-ig
tlieoriea concerning the effect of that
commander' prsaence.
It It generally twlievel that U the
lAiiJon report 1 correct, the arrival of
General Chaffee at Tien Tain will mean
Hit Innlafil cutting lottae of the Uriliah
anl American force from the other
troopt and their advance omler General
CtiafT-Va command. General ChnUee
bat not gone to China to act a a tub
! ordinate commander in an allied army,
Inrile.a that ahonld commend itwlf to
bim a the beat way of carrying out bit
own nurioet. He it eirweted to carry
out the policy of the United 8ute with
out regard to itt acceptability to toe
Other power.
The United SUUrt hat already indica
ted itt Impatience of dulay and it detire
for an immediate forward movement.
It baa represented to the other powert
that aucb an advance ibould be mailt,
and hat directed Admiral Kemey to
ore tlna ohcy on the otnercomman
dera. It li certain that an immediate
advance ia the American policy and that
tha American only await General
Chaffee 'a arrival to beirin carrying it out.
The extraordinary rapidity of General
Chaffee' movemeuU hew that be real
Ue bow much depenJi on hi prompt
arrival.
The American General, then, arrive
in Chin with two well-defined Inten
tion flrt. to begin a forward move
ment in accordance with the inatractlon
of bit government at once; aecond, to
a.-t a If he were the only military com-
... , i i ,.f mander in China. unle the other com-
(Tivo WHt natisfaction of any. Read what sorao of )our.m.n(ler,f)lll , m'llh ,,1, view.. should
neighbor in Clackamas Uounty say aioui mem.
cablegram from China. The flr read :
'dm Koofanilale J) Corhin. Waali-
lm Tien Tain. July 27 A meAgejiit
received from Conger ay; 'fine July
l'l, by agreement, there hat been no nr-
Inn. I have proviaiont for aeveral
wrwka, but little ammunition. All (afe
and well.'
"I (I)airireltl renrirt that the allied
force will aoon ad ranee. There U prac
tically no looting by the Americin, and
no nnneceaaery killing. The in'lia ar
rived July 'a. Order McCena, KUden,
Mb Allen, Mitchell and Bncetojoin
regiment here. Daoobtt."
The aecorid rea-1 : "Che Foo Corbln,
Waahington. Tien Tain, Joly 30,-The
Kllntahirn arrived Julr 27. Two bun-
dred and Hfty aeven of the Ninth Infan
try are ick. Two doctor, 100 boapiul
eoroa men and 20 aiitnal men are needed
There It unavoidable delay in unloading
the tranaooiU. foreign trrxjp are ar
riving. "Daooktt."
The official confirmation of the newt
that MinUter Conger it fe and well,
coupled with the ttatement that be ha
uroviaiona lor aeveral wteke. and that
the firing on the legation ha ceaaed, wat
welcome Intellitfence. The information
from (Lionel Dawett waa promptly tele
graphed to I'reid -nt McKinley at Can
ton.
The lal meraage which came from
Minuter Conger wat that obUined
through the Intermediary of Minister
Wo, and wat iippoeed to be dted the
18th, before whxb lime nothing bad
come eince June 12.
It It expectld all the energiet of the
government at well aa tlioae of other
will be concentrated for an ad-
tt.A Mini and report tne tame
....nntvkin The oroDortion ol mn to tbi board at lta next regnur
of the Ninth infantry reported by Colonel J teion.
.. i Tn u matter of the reearrey of tne
Uaggeti a. k . con.,.r, - . .... . FJ-ju u ordere1 ,na adjudged
ing and unfortunate feature of the titua . note- U pUt owjd inr.
lion. Official are nnabie to account lor I vey recorded and in all repecU a-
it. but agree that it may aeiay an immo- proved, anu mat iuo -u- .
' ... j ti.. ,ii... .nilM MUbliabedaa a county roadnd
CHRMPION
Mowers and Binders
In ll,u mallii, nl rwtilion flf O F B
... ...v iii.iiwi " - ' ,- -
The tame wat laid over for the preeent.
In the matter 01 tcaip oounuea or
claim fllwl The brard having exam-
mei tne me ano uemg niiiy botimki,
la oriterml that aaid claiinl be allowed ia
the nm of $12.
In the matter of the report of tt a
county clerk and recorder for June Tb
Uard having examined aal'l report arm
llng fully adviand, it ia ordered that
the tame be and are hereby approved and
accepted, tald reporte thowing collec
tiont a follow : . .
Clerk 17l Z
Kecorder 207 86
In Hie matter of the petition of W L
VI, .11,.. I,.r m v.untv rnaH 4 ) feel wide.and
two miiet more or leae In length, exteml-
ing from the center oi the mown w:ni
houae rowd to the center of the Moialltv
road, ld road known at the raruow
and Myer road. It wa hown that tha
neceary notice na'i oeen ptwieo, aiav
a bond filed for tlUOO according to law.
It wat ordered that Kohert Hughee.
George Laxelle and 0 0 William be ap
pointed a viewer to meet at the begin
ning point on the 30th day of July, l&X),
and tuliecnoe to a written oath of of
fice, edmlniatered by John W. Meldram,
deputy county tnrveyor, be be'ng ap
pointed by the board to mrvey taid
road, before proceeding to view and lo
cate aaid road and report in writing at
the next regular term of thit board.
t , i.. ,.ii.. ..I it.. Pantin roail-
Aii fcl.V IU..WI -
f . .n...pin. tn tht. Ixi.irri that there ara
,l..P.u,.y.
claim or peittiona for damaget fllei, (ira
cae aaid report it accepted), by U M
Cooper for fiO, and John Kalbfleiach for
.j)0; therelor It itoruereu uj wis
that Al Cooke. Jamee KooUand W 11
Hmith be apointed viewer of damage
. ....l nn ,l. nrurniaa nf R M CoODCr
on Saturday, July 21t, 1900, at the boor
ol lOo'dock a. m., to view sou mkm
the damaget to the land ol R M Coop
er and John Kalbfleiacb.by reason ol tha
loLtion of the taid road through
and report the
.t. mnvament forward. The delaTt 10
unloading the tranaportt are altodia
couraifing and vexatiout. Surgeon-General
Sternberg already bad f iveo public
notice that 100 contract torgeont were
wanted for acrvice In lb Eaat.batit
will be tometime before they can bi tn
the gronnd, ready for active work.
Out J lha Ml.rlaU l hampiuw
Canbv, Oregon. S'. .V.
MiTCMfl.1.. I.kwi k Stavkr Co.,
I'urtl-md, tlrrgnn,
r.enllemen; Having purchaaed one
f your 4'i f-' cut Wobble Gear Cham
t.Uin Mwria thia year, I dr.irc to ex
Jru my blci a to what rl of a
tnavhlne it la, and what work it can do.
In coii.t!m ti..n it ta aimi.lr, nl equauy
a ll (.1.1.. ..iim! Kilt
ll.llgliUiUa CbMImb IIB lh linpl"
Wh.n Olhara ralLtt.
Oregon City, Ore., Nov. l6. I V
MlTCIIKLt. 1.KWIS V STAVKR Co.
Portland, Oregon.
Gentlemen : I have one of 'your
Champion Haymaker Mower, bought
of you lat vear, and am pleaard to aay
that I trinl the machine thoroughly in
all particular and ao not nnu u wihihK
"' .". ..- . ,i.i.. . i.,,. tii whrre ami on anv kind of ground.
J U.CAMPHKI.U
ATTOHNKY AT LAW,
Oaiao.
0io CltV,
Will ff.r.lr. to alllhaeourl al lh aula. 01
tra, lit u '14 Hindi"-
1100,000
MMIB i:0MRCtb M
- or OKKOO t ITT
l'IUl.
vaaaaawa eataaiaeeeijta
mad. '''' ll,,rn,,8l ,m.
lerlxina. Hu and tall etehant on V J "
..,Kiii reld .it.l-i W obatk aaua
0ulrrntA..U4r.
i. c.i.ATouKm.rr.id--.ll CMhrt
H. DKKMMKH,
ATTOUSKYATI.AW.
tf.vm.i..b,a hihmi Huir. near
th llauk ol Oregon Uly.
. Onxuoh.
.. I i .... ..li.fir.l that nolhilla- but the
brat kind of iiiatrrial arc ucd in it
maimtacture. I have cut lony aire oi
the hravict clover I ever w. no clog
vini' up, but aimply alaved at the wotk
r 7 ' . i.l. I..t ninarf I
in line anajw. n.i - -- -
ever aaw, and llioae i my iiciKin..
who aaw it work will aay mc mr.
t...i i II a u V
Mitchell Wagons
are Standard
and have been
. for 65 years.
OiLnow Citr,
I POHTRR,
ATTOKSKV AT LAW
larraAcraorraorxaTT ruaHiaHto.
Offlca nail to Oron CUT Kiiterirl-fc
where and on any kind of ground, l
t..L ,i..i,..t,i In .niiiin. irawi with mv
llaymukcr that owner of other ninclunea
ciiu'ld not and would not cut with their.
The Champion Haymaker ia all that
any man can ak for in a mowing
machine. JoN ShaFI-HR.
they do to, of courte General ChafT?e
will t only too glad of their help; but
he goet to Tien Tiin a an Independent
commander, bent on fol'.owing out hit
own policy tnd not a one of the dit
rordanl "allied army."
The renort from London indicate to
the people who ar aware of thit Mate of
affair that the Britub are ready to
fall in with General Chaffee'e plana,
even il the other European and the
Japaneae are not. It it turmiaed that
the Rritiah are not aware of Chaffee t in
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COUNTY BOARD PR0CEED1.NQ3
Regular July, 1900, 5esalorj of tho
Commissioner of Clackamas
County.
R.Morton, Chairman; T. B. Kfllin,
John Lewellen, Commiitionera.
(Continued from Ust week.)
the netition for treat-
nrer to return f 3 57 paid in on delin
quent laX Dy U C llrr..r-..
board being fully advised, il it ordered
that the countv ireaaurer return to G L
Hargreave 3.57 at howu by taid pe
tition Bled herein. '
In the matter of the petition of J C
Schmidt for dmaue bv road eupervwion
: v.. a n.w nmtier romlmion
to le heard upon titmn of J t hmidt
for damage cuee.i by blading upv-n the
county road, taid blaliug having killed
for the taid bchnndt a call of the value
nitm And tne board tieinir luny aa
ten.ioiit.nd.re now preparing to , .n , - - d that a war-
11,. lnn.,i..n n in ,lvnr aa noon at 1 . r, 1 ;.. l. ...... nf
Chaffee'arrive and order it, and that
aim ,. 1..,,. n ritplioll vou buv the best that can
possibly bj built, and rim no chancos aa to qualit).
J .. . . roi rt
jlitelicll, Lewis iv amw vu.
Front and Taylor Sts., Portland, Or.
1U. FUANCIS FUKBMAN,
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DKNTIST
Graduate of the NortliweaUrn Unlvor-
altv Dnntnl School, Chicago. ,
Alao American College of Drital Hurgery,
Willamette Block, re on City.
JJANK. OFOHK00N C'tTY,
Olflcst Banklst Qonse U lie Cltr.
I'ald up Capital, M,000.
Hurplui. IJ0.HAU.
raa.in.NT, - " cr??"Jo!:
v.c.ra..io.NT, "ZCA vf
Aieneralbanklni bualnea tranaaetefl.
l0)ollB raonlvad nibloot 10 nt'.
Approd bllla and nolea dtoountea.
Oounlt and cltr warranta boiiRhi.
Iiaua mada on available aeourlty.
t.nk.n.. liAiitfht Still BOld.
rnMnotlnni made prompllr
1. , 1, ..i,t .H...I. lu auf part of the world
falscraDhlo exohanxea ami
d on Portland, Ban
franolaoo.flhloaioand New Yora.
Mraitpatd on Ilia dpoll.
OLD WHEAT FLOUR.
Mailc
vrajfirWIWivlr
by tho Patent TitocKsa is a
P e it v ect Fi.ocit. Wliout that is not
BCftHoned can not mitko a strong
jlour. The wheat from which our
Patent flour ie made, ia all oU stock.
Auk your grocer for Patent, and
refiiHQ to nccopt any "just as good,"
as thrre Ib none.
Portland Flouring Hills Co.
Orogon City, Oreeon.
il.i. i. (ha niHininir ol the report. It I
quite certain, however, that Chaffee wilt
begin a forward movement at the earliest
n iaaible moment, whether the ltritifch
Join bim or not.
It ia tuggeoted that the British have
been anxious for a forward movement,
but have been handicapped by the
smallnee. ol their numbers, and that
they hail the newt of Chaffee't arrival
a a means of carrying out their desire.
They will then be no longer compelled
to defer to the conflicting wishei 01 tne
other commanders.
It 1 concluded from all this that Chaf
fee will be the commander of the Ameri
can and British forces when he marches
out ol Tien Tain. Perhaps by the time
he arrives there tome of the other forces
may be willing to Join bim, but iu any
event the American general will carry
out bis own policy, glad of support if he
can get it, but determined on fulfilling
bit instructions, even if he does it single-
handed.
Mo.nza, Italy, July SO.-King Humbert
has been aasassinnted. He was shot
here l8t evening at 10:4o by a man
named Anselo Bressi, and died at 11 :30.
The King had been attending a dis-
triKiilh.n nl ,.liy ill I'nlinPCtioll With t
V. l' " .- -
irvmnaatic competition about 10 o'clock
Hnhiiil iimt entered his carriage with
his aid de camp, amid the cheers of the
crowd, when be was struck by three
revolver shots fired in quick succession.
One pierced the heart of Hit Majesty,
ulin full hm'V and expired in a few
minutes.
Tim snaunHin was immediately ar-
reateJ and was with some difficulty
saved from the fury of the populace. He
gaye his name as Angelo lirensi. ue
scribing himself aa of Brato, in Tuscany.
He cynically avowed his guilt of tne
crime.
Washington, July 31. The War Pe
partment thla afternoon teueiyed two
rant he drawu therefor in the sum
J C Schmidt 10
The petition of Sarah E Wentiue for
countv aid was denied
thattheexpeoaeof aaid yiew and tor
vey be pid by Uackatnae county, and
the clerk it hereby ordered to Wane tha
neceaaary notice to the supervisor of the
district or district in which taid road
liet to open and work the tame. All thai
portion of road heretofore described and
atked to be vacated, be and the tame ia
hereby in all reepecta orderea racaveooa
the opening of taid road. The following
expense account ol taid iurrey waa al
lowed :
P J Harkenrider I 2 80
George I Ely 2 60
Gua Burnett
Isaac Foster 1
Rri Currin
II A Githens
John W Meldram I
Total..... - 2fi0
In the matter of the Pankey road It
is orderwi and w.ljudged that the field
note and plat of aaid survey be recorded
and in all reepect approved, and that
the 'taid view and turvev be established
as a county road, and that the expem
of said view and survey tie paid by
Clackamas county .and the cleik 1 here
by ordered to issue the necessary no
tice to the supervisor of the district or
districts, in which said road liet to work
.1.. .n.l .11 that nurtion of Said
I 1UO B.U": -,,v I
! roa 1 asked to vacated, be and the tam
i hereby in all re pec U oruereu vwcawu
on the openiug of said road. The fol
lowing expenie account was allowed:
K J HarkenrMer $ 20
(ieoDEIv
! bus Burnett
Isaac Foster
K D Gibson J
Kolla Douglas w
Total..
.$41 40
(continued on page 5)
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