Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, December 21, 1900, Image 1

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    City
Enterprise.
VOL.S0. NO.O
0
OttKtJON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, DKCEMIlKIt 21, 1000.
ESTABLISHED 18G6
Ore
GON
"Christmas Fever"
Kvery FICVICU hits It iiclfio tnedidno. Christmas FKVKH in cured hy the projar selection of
ChrtMtiiiiiM (lifts and wo liove bounty uikI selected our X-jnas goods with the idea of curing and picas
lug everybody. Hero in a f?w miKKotitionH:
r- : Popfilnit Presents ot Populap Prices : : :
X-iiiun Cards from lo up
X-inns Tree Ornatiiciitu, lo tip
Knives for LftdifH, Cents urn!
Hoys, Klo and up
lUiun, Fhavlng Hetu
Toilet Hts
Jfabjr HrU
X-rimi Candy and A nimal Candy
Comb and finish Ms
Perfumery all kinds at all prices
Photo Supplies and Photo No
velties Cameras from M)c to 11000
Photo Albums
Cigars, Pipes, Smokers Sets at
special prices
Tissuo Paper, leatherette Pujier, Diamond Dust, Celluloid, Artful Material, route, Ornaments, leaves
and all kinds of material for making presents at low prices.
Remember CHARMAN & CO! c"y Dru9 store
, xon.clojrei of Holiday Goods.
IMMKD OP COM 11101 EK.1.
rUtulsr DrcemW Trrn of the t'oontj
Hoard.
i. K. Morton, John I,wIU and T. M.
Klllln, CmaUiloBrt.
(Continued from Iwt week.)
In the matter of Ilia repjrU ol road
nKTvUiri (or the month of Nov., 1900,
the board baring eiamlned ssid report
and being fully advised, It U ordered
that the expense accounU of the several
districts are hereby allowed and ordered
paid, and the clerk la Instructed to draw
warrant on the road fund and en the
(general fund for the several amounts
and in favor of the following named per
ions :
Rosd district No. 1.
Oliver Mathews $18 00
John Harrington 15 76
John Marshall 2 2
Crii Fiaher 75
lren Kerr A 76
Hen Dreta 3 75
Fred Flemings....' 4 60
J Hanklns 7 50
E Rhoadmel 13 60
Ton rWlwood 24 00
GeoAtwood 28 60
J W Council 34 60
Henry Hluckey 30 00
Notarj 1'uhllc. Abstracter.
. John W. Loder
Attorney-At-Law
Transacts Central Law Business;
Ixan your money or lends money to you !
Collw liofii a hprculiy.
0(Tice, fitrven'e PuDding, opp Bauk of'
uregun
or OKEUCX CITT,
'Tia&a
Olitit BuNu ficcse !i 11! CUT.
fM up rtui. .
Surplus !,Mu.
aao. a. aiauiea.
a.e cairiaui.
bUlDC lfUlOld.
A Full Line of
Rainy-Day Skirts, Capes
and Jackets at
THE FAIR STORE
l it H I M 1IIA.X OHTI.A.tll
Total tl!5 6-
Volunteer work on Willaborg roah
O Lance $d M
David Wills 10 60
Fred Morao
J Hawkins 6 00
8 Mullin 3 00
H Campbell 3(0
Ben Drefi 1 60
P Waahburn 1 60
vh trnfiunnr,
SaaNiea.
A .......I l..nklll bl
1 ,..-imJ ubIMI to ahira
At.pruiwl lui '" " iliaeuuateJ- I
liounli aut rlly fri bought.
Uu nvl on llbl. Mourur
arb bouMliJ "'J. 1
I'o.mi m.le promptly. ,i
f ,U x.l'l avallaula lu nf Pt ' "r'J i
?.iflhlc olin nillm Portlana.
rrtarlKa,rttlt'Jii4 he" Yo. j
tt PU ilK dapotll.
0. W. r.nHtliuin 0. lb Dimick.
DI.M1CK A KASTIIAM 1
Attornevs-at-Law.
Commercial, Ileal KW 1r-
bato Law, SjK'cialties.
AUIrads of Title made, Money Loaned
Oregon City, Oregon
ij.a u.c. LAToUkana.
ATTOKNKYH AND
COUSSF.IjOKS AT LAW
THST OBKOOtl CITY, ORSUOH.
furnlih Alrn nlTUI.tfl Money. Fore.
oIum .' trnc UeuerM
Jf C. KTRICKl.AND, M. D.
. Hoplial and Private Elierlenee.J
Of?er hl .rt)frlonal eervti-M lo the o
pla ol OreKon '-'Hy Herll
allenlioii pnl.f 10 rlrrll )
t;iirnnlo (llwf. refer
ence. Riven. tH-e In VVlilametw
liulldmg Oilloe liouri; 10 lo lia. m.,
4 lo U p. mi.
OltKOON CITY OUKOOS
QKO. a IIBOVVSEI.L,
ATTUKNF.Y AT LAW
Oregon City.
Will prnriie. In all U foiirli of Hie state.
Oilloe In Cauneltl l.ullillng.
Oregon
J)U. I., 1 PICKENS.
DENTIST.
I Prlees Mxlrate. All Operations
(limrnntood.
Barclay Building Oreiron City, Or. I
w.
8. U'ltEN,
"ITT0UNKY AT LAW.
0ffl.i 0ltt Hmiiley'i Drug Store.
Oregon City,
Pope &- Co.
LEADERS IN
e
Hardware, Stoves, Mechanics9
Tools, Woodchoppcr's Tools,
Fanning Tools, Air Tight
Heaters, Etc., Etc.
We have a fine line of Warranted Pocket Knlvea
that will make very desirable Christmas Tresents.
Special Attention given to Plumbing.
4th & Main Sts. OK KG ON CITY. OR., Telephone 46S
Total IS0
Volunteer work on Oleeon road:
Chat Bora 15 00
John Oleeoo 6 (HI
!K,I Klinkman 6 W
USIlolrnea 6 00
iChaa Hinder 6 00
Ijlll'aite 6 00
Ifc-nLevy 160
I Wm Udd 6 W
Paul Deeentler 3 00
ill W lluntlev 1 60
Ko. kwood eeUte 10 00
Win Khiiidler 'I 00
Alex Oleen 7 60
R rkott 00
Cal Powder Co 10 00
ToUl $75 60
W. U. Coonsell, 8opervior,
Hnad district No. 2.
A V Devia
Ward Jones
JPtUvis
II L Knott
PT Davis
L I Joliee
Kd Fleming
$15 00
. 12 00
. 9 00
. 3 00
10 00
3 00
2 2o
A AiiliTon 1
John Klleworth 1
H H Waybill VA
H. 8. Waybill, KiieeviHor.
Koad ditrl, t No. 6.
Joel Jarl.naile $7 30
J II Kevenoe, nuperyiaor.
lioad diatrict No. 7.
K K Iaf $1 60
CIim Uaf 6 HO
W H Kiirlee 4 60
W H PiKlee, team 14 00
James flgles 18 00
Total $44 00
James Figlea, Hopervieor.
Road diatrict No. 0.
Theodore Harder $3 00
Kdrt Harder 3 00
Kdd Oerbrr 3 02
P.rank Achre 3 0
Jamee 1'aKh 1 60
John Kiumiller X 00
Henry Johnson 6 00
ToUl $22 60
Volunteer work :
Theodore Harder $1 60
Kdd Harder .. 1 50
ToUl . . $3 00
Henry Johnson, Supervisor.
Road diatrict No. 11.
M.ovel )
File 4. 16
J KKmith 27 00
W W Smith 15 00
8 Jonee 11 12
A Itichardeoo 00
Ervln Hacket 4 M
OHmith 3 75
J Wilxig 3 00
Total .. $75 57
John K. BruHh. 6apervior.
Geo R Kate & Co, powder $ 16
W A Holmes, Kails "
Mark Kiaer H 25
Kll Rivers 15 37
John (irinder V 75
K red lliniler Z
Jane Welle 00
Mil Webfter 34 60
Total $04 78
W. II. Connsell. Supervisor.
Road diatrict No. 12.
OR Haley... $12 00
NLKirchem w
WPKirchera 2 00
Frank GroManiuuller, W D Hill, eacU
$1 60.
Tliomat Daniels, SnperyUor.
Road dintrict No. 19.
Wilaon 4 C'oke, dine 65
Truliinxer Rros, amT.. ........ $1 W
J (iard. corduroy 21 (O
W A Woodnlde 2 to
ll Ferry . .. 2 60
J Darnells 1 25
Wm Wallace 2 60
J Fih 3 00
ALDarkins 2 75
H Heltwr 1 60
J i Mallatt H 00-
Total $ 0 a
J.J. Mallatt, Superviior.
Road district No. 20.
J A HtromKren $1 0
J A Htromgren, plow handle 0
U Walla, rails 10 20
Total $U 80
J. A. Ktromgren, Supervisor.
lotel $17 CO
W. P. Kirchem, Bupenieor.
Road diatrict No. 13,
Auj Hurburt $-1 00
W O Ward, team 3 00
C B Ward
75
(Continued on page two)
WAiiiiNOToK, Deo 18 Argument in
the Porto Kican-Phillippines eases, In
volving the atatua of tboee countries to
the United BUtes, was reeurrMd in the
Supreme court today. The wideepread
interest In the cases was shown by the
large attendance of prominent members
of the bar and by s crowd of spectators
which filled the public area, and oyer
flowed in the corridor. Senators and
representatives in congress dropped in a
the arguments proceeded snd gave at
tentive ear to the proceedings.
W'asiimoTO!, Dec. 18. A meesege
from United States Consul Gummerl, at
Tangier, Informs the state department
that the Moorish Government bad set
tied the claim of the United States for
$.j00 indemnity on account of the mur
der of Marcus Euagui, a naturalized
American citizen, in Morocco last Spring.
Total
( UoaU distrirt No.
I Warren (Jreenwell.
I Henry Rack
: W W Tooke.......
David Yinunt
! Albert Welch
Cum Hieer
; A W Cook
..$31 60
$4 60
4 50
6 00
1 60
1 .10
1 60
12 00
Total $31 60
Llet of labor contributed on plank
road :
Jaa Boring $1 50
,M Henriib...f. a w
: W M Uarduer 3 K)
I Baensen k Moneon 3 00
! Herman Ritsan 4 60
' Louis Radian ' 1 60
Oust Knckson 1 60
Wm Kngilsh 1 50
Total $19 &0
Cash contributed lor plank road:
J R Morton $15 00
ToUl ' $75
W. O. Ward, Supervisor.
Road diatrict No. 14.
In the matter of the petition pf D. C.
Latonretie et al for the improvement ol
the Jones' Mill road This matter com
ing on opon petition of D. C. Latourette
et al for aid from the county In improv
ing the Jones' Mill road, and it appear
ing to the board from the petition on Ale
brrein that the petitioners nave uonaieu
the sum of $08 for said improvemrni:
therefore, it is ordered that the courty
will donate a like amount in material
pon said coad. .
Names of subscribers
C Latourette, in work...
Chas E Reynolds, do
W wllow, do
E M Ward, do
Bhortledne, do
A Kraft, do
FZach.do
SZach.do
J A Jonee
MU Jones...
GROCERIES
For
Cash
Wholesale Prices.
A Mat bias
A Harper
F Newtl
S! J C McMurry
1 1 P R Winston
; E Neiee
j;(ial Norris
Gadfre Boeee ....
LlUdlan
D Farrer
I j Carl Wolfhagen...
II uineary x eon.
JO Elliott.
10 00
5 00
6 00
3 00
10 00
10 00
5 00
5 00
1 00
2 00
6 00
, 1 00
10 00
HARRIS' GROCERY,
First Corner
From' Court
House,,
If You Wunt
Klret-claem
Job pripti
At
Lowest
itutew.
CALL. AX TII1C ENTKRPR1HE.
Oregon.
n SCIIUEBKL,
Vt ATTORNEY AT LAW
JPcutfYlJf 2UV0ltrtt.
Office over Mchlttrlck's Blioe Hlore, near
the Rank of Oregon City.
UnxanN Citv
Ohkoon.
rpni COMMERCIAL BANK
Ot OREGON CITY,
fapltal, m -
TSAMSACTS k OSHBKAL " i;nini.a.
1100,000
Lomii um.lo. Hills aucoiinlea
Miikoa rol
olnls
Ictlons. Hiiy snd aella exehange en all point
In the llnltoA Htaloi, Kurope ami Hong Kon
lii'poalti reoelod iiibjoot to oliona. Jian,
ooeu from a. m. to4r. u
Q E, IIAYK8
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Special attention given to County Court
ami rroDBie maum,
.. ..
Olllce Upstairs. In Btevens' buiiuing,
opposite Dank of Oregon City.
J U.CAMTUELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Orsoon Cut. 0",00H'
Will praotloe In all the courts et the atato. 01'
floe, lu CuufloU buiidlus.
8. DRESSER,
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW.
ntiW'Bover McKlttrlek's Shoe Store, near
the Rank of Oregon City.
J" L. PORTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ABRTACTI OF rROrlRTT rUSNIBHID.
Oflloe next to Oregon City Enterprise.
FRANCIS FREEMAN,
-DENTIST
Graduate of the Northwestern Univer
sity Dental School, Chicago.
Also American College of Dental Surgery,
Willamotte Rlock, re on City.
E 8 Elliott i oo
Frits Weise 10 00
Caswell Kimbley 10 00
ET White 5 00
FA Welch 2 00
Chaa Rurghardt . 9 HO
T J Rohna W 00
11 McAlsander 5 00
Mx Schneider 2 60
Thiis Raskenwell 2 60
Tstal $151 00
A. W. Cooke, Supervisor,
district No. 4.
A H RiMckett $3 60
Janioa llinkle 15 00
J nines Smith. 10 00
Walter Glover 10 60
Douglas o
(ieoJudd 150
Total W 00
J. E. Burnett, Supervisor
November Reoort
TOdell . $1 60
Walter Glover 00
James llinkle 1 oo
A Rnrtlemav 1 0
J EUurnett .200
Total $9 50
Road diatrict No. 5.
Stone A Radian, lumber $119 51
Geo B Rate & Co, powder 24 CO
JOHN YOUNGER,
JEWEL.E
Opp. Huntley's DruR Store,
FORTY YEARSEXPERIENCE IN
(Jroat Britain and America.
Total ....$144 17
Volunteer work :
No, Pay
0 A Sloop 3
J It Chapman 4
Frits Timmerman ..3
Julius Timmerman 3
J II Johnson 3
E Ellsworth 2,
II L Waybill 3
Amt
$20 00
1 60!
1 50
3 00
9 00
ExPreaident Cleveland in a contribu
tion to the Saturday evening Poet uses
the following language in discoaeinx the
future democracy :
"Tlte culmination of democratic woe
was reached wben Its compact with these
nn democratic forces was complete, and
wben our rank and file were summoned
to do battle nnder banners which bore
strange symbola and 'which were held
aloft in unfamiliar bands. The result of
such a betrayal was foredoomed. This
abandonment of the principles of the
true democracy, this contemptuous dis
obedience of the traditions, and this de
liberate violation of the law of its strength
and vlKor, were by a degree as inexorable
a that of fate loliowed by the inevitable
punUhnient of atunninK, staggering de
feat. "The disaster of 172, inv4ed by4 a
similar made venture, was q'lickly fol
fowed by a return to the professions and
nractk-eaof sane dermx-ray. But the
4 SO ' ex,ent 'n'' perseverance of our wender
1 50 inga in 1S!)G u illustrated in a nioet as
3 00 tending way hy the command u-tUfJ on
3 00 ' tuB rf.. cj our rout and discomfiture.
that a second battle should be lou'cit on
the same field, with the same false war
cries mid from the same leadership that
had brought ns to the gleam of defeat.
' "Thus in 1900 the lesson of 18D0 waav
contemptuously rejected and every hope
of democratic suceehS was wilfully cas
aside. Aiiain our long'exiffering rant
and file, whose loyalty ana obedience
deserved better things, were sacrificed'
in a cause theirs only in name, and it
was demonstrated, but more clearly than
ever before, that the only forces that can
win democratic success are adherance to
recogniaed democratic principles and
reliance upon democratic councils and .
leadership.
"Why should we not return to these,
and in their name again achieve victories
no less glorious and renowned than
were ours in the days of courageous ad
vocacy of our time-honored faith? Are
our principles so shopworn or antiquated
as to require renovation or their displace
ment by others mooe fashionable?
There is not an honest democrat in this
broad land that will not concede these,
nor x there one who will not hail the
proclamation of faith with that fighting
enthusiasm that betokens democratic
triumph. As new conditions arise, our
W I principles must be applied to them, but
54 37 in the creed that lias guiaea ns inrouun
J. F. Briggs, Supervisor. I a century of party existence we shall
Road district No. 18. find the key to every eucn application ;
Reynolds 3 00
$68 00
$68 00
Total
County, material
Total $16 00
Geo B Rate A Co, powder . .$57 3!)
J R Myers W 00
Total 'i -
J. R. Myers, Supervisor.
Rnad district No. 15.
Wilson A Cooke, mattock $1 05
..... i oo
6SS
1 5i
1
600
600
300
3 00
300
10 00
Lindaley A Son, lumber.
Thomas....
llowland ..
John Evans..
Geo Kidder...
A Wa'ner....
Grant Kritzer.
G Rurgutan...
G Lindsay ... .
R II Taber...
ToUl $42 48
R. II. Taber, Supervisor.
Rnail diatrict No. 16.
Geo B Rate & Co, powder $24 37
T W Blanchard 3 00
Wm Pratt w
A Breanier 1 ou
H Engle J
K Wtnto..... 1 50
V Rrk'iro 3 00
WW'S
W BUnchard.
Biings
F Briggs
3 00
3 00
9 00
Total.
3 G Cuunuius, lumber..., $20 00
P Bohlander. material 3
Wm Beeson St Son, lumber 10 00
Jacob Urossmuller 3 00
Frank Urossmuller .i'11
Allen Edwards 75
Philip Steiner...... "o
Chris Fisher J
Joseph Fisher 1 50
W Livingston
IIHuuhes
DrTB Thomas '5
WP Daniels 4 50
Thomas Daniels 19 00
ToUl.! $5 79
Volunteer work on the Beeson and
Moehnke road: '
John Moehnke, Hugo Hansen. Henry
Ilettman, Fred Moehnke, Michael
Moehnke, Gotfried Moehnke, Christ
Moehnke, Stephen Hutchinson, Charles
Parish. Charles Welch. James Beeson,
Wm Liviugston, Henry Moehnke, each
$1.50.
Volunteer work on Schmidt road :
Edward Schmidt, Emil Hornschuh, L
Moeser, W Neuler, M Beck, Frank Neu
lor, Geo Schmidt, Thomas Sager, each
$1.50.
Volunteer work on Cumins road :
nor shall we need the lexicon of popu
lism to aid us in interpreting this creed."
Turkey Will Not Pay.
Nsw York, Dec. 18. A special to the
Herald from Washington says :
Payment of tbe missionary claims
pending against Turkey is no longer ex
pected by the Administration. Although'
the Sultan entertained the officers of the
Kentucky in truly royal style, he did not
let the presence of the battle-ship have
any eflect upon his pocket-book, and
still holds the $90,000 which American
missionaries assert is the valae of per
sonal and missionary property destroyed
six years ago. The belief of the Ad
ministration iB that Turkey will not set
tle the claims arising out of the reported
purpose of Great Britain to press the
missionary claims of her subjects against
the Sublime Porte. It is stated that if
another nation begins to press its claims,,
tbe Sultan will probably decline to set
tle those of the United States.
D 0. LATOORBTTK, Preilrtwt.
SB Waybill 5
Ossoor Citt,
Oiiooi.