Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, January 11, 1901, Page 4, Image 4

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    OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY. JANUARY 11, 1000
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Oregon City Enterprise.
City and Count Official Puper.
Publiithe(t Kvery Krldny.
L. L, PORTER, Paora.iToa.
UBMCRIPTION HATH.
Oneyear IJ
l months 1 "J
Tnl subscription two nionitu
A discount ol SO cent on l! ubcriptioni
for on year, 25 cent for six month, if
paid in advance.
Advertising, rates given on application.
Subscriber mill flml the date of expira
tion tamped on tbcir papen following
Uielrname. If Ibis date i not changed
within two week after a pavment, kindly
notify oi and we will look alter it
dtutered at lb poatoffle In Oretton City,
Or., a around ciaa mailer.
AGENTS FOB THE INTKRrRISK.
Heaver Creek...
Cauby
Clacfcamaa
Milwauaie
' Cnlon Mill... .
Meadow Brook..
hew Era
"" W'llaonvill
" Parkplaca.
"Nation!
""Mnlino
Owrus
Volalla .
Xarqnam
ButtrTille
Aurora..
Ragle Creek....
Uamafcu
tfaudy
Curriinville
Clierryville
Marmot
....lr. T. B. Thomas
Oeo. Kniirbl
A. Mather
Oscar W winger
O. J.Trullincer
Chas. Holnian
W. t. Newherry
Henrv Miley
F. L.1tiii.ell
J.U. Uae
C. T. HowaM
R. M. Cooper
Annie SlubPs
K. M. Hartnian
B. Jennir.ga
7.7. Henry A. Snyder
. ...H. Wilbern
'.'.V. J.C.KIIiolt
K. G.rtsch
Oeo. J. Cnrrin
.Mr. M. J. Hammer
Adolph AacboD
AVur don't aonieof these kidnpper
Incite in Salt Lake? The field there ii
practically ineibaustable.
Mb. Clivblahd, it will be observed,
ia not obligeJ lo start a paper in oider to
.get bia yiewa before the public.
Mb. Bbtam continue to apeak of bi
tnetalisin. by which he mean a currency
of gold and silver with the gold left out.
Tub independent reformer are learn
ing that the democratic party never fuses
with anything that it doeen't expect to
absorb.
Tii Eh x ia one thing that is absolutely
certain about the report of Aguinaldo'
death, and that ia, he ia either dead or
he isn't, one or the other.
A Chicago man tried to drown hia
landlord in order to avoid paying bia
rent. Talk about drowning your troub
le ; what i the matter with this?
Mr. Clivklamd wanta the presidential
term made longer, forgettfbg, perhaps,
. . . . !
that there was much quiet rejoicing in
certain circles that bis last term waa no
longer
Ir those officers, who captured an in
nocent bag-hunter in Dakota, nnder the
mistaken idea that he was one of the
Cudahy kidnappers, were compelled to
eat Crowe, it would be a little tough.
Nobody know the troubles of a coun
tryeditor. Juet a Mr. Bryan is on the
ve of issuing the initial number of the
Commoner, Aguinaldo throws op his
heels and dies, and Mr Bryan's saluta
tory will hye to be entirely revised and
are-written.
Paul KuuGhB is coming to America
in February to biake an appeal to Presi
dent HcKitiley for aid. Mr. McKinley
might (five him the same kind of assist
ance that Kruger bos been giving his
country for some time get out of range
of the bullets and pray.
IicssLL Sa'Jk Bays Mr. Cudahy didn't
3o the right thing by the public when
be acceded to the demands of the kid
napper and gave up 125,000 for his son.
When it comes to a choice between an
only son and $5,000, it is an easy guess
as to what your uncle Russel would do.
Teutons who have promised to pay
their subscription to The Commoner, in
wood, will please brinu in the wood, as
there is every indication that the winter
in Lincoln will be long and severe. The
grinding hand of empire is already be
ginning to be felt. Alas my country
men 1 Bryan'a Commoner.
Now that Aguinaldo is really dead, the
'Settlement of the insurrection in the
jrhilippines should not be a remote con
tingency. Aguinaldo was the head and
front of the whole movement. There is
no other native in the AVohipelago, who
possesses his intelligence and general
ship to take his plaoe and continue the
otrife.
Kdmi'No J. Jambs, a professor in lb
Chicago Unlverlty, ha discovered tht
there never was but one genuine Instance
of death from snakebite. Look t that
now. No longer any nwd of taing along
a supply of "snake-bite antidote" when
von 1:0 tishlmt. Where' any fun In fish
ing any more T Soma of these scientill
fel to art becoming entirely too ainart
Ci kvkusu v lo Pryan : "Now ace
what you've done, with your nionkeyin
dt'inycul" Pryan it to Cleveland
"You did it yourself, you old lolieter'"
In the meantime the Brand choru
busy spindle and numberless factory
whistles and thousand of happy work
men swells into such a joyful acclaim
that their little act is entirely spoiled and
cut out of the piece entirely.
Tub boogy man ha been seen over in
eastern Oregon. They call it "tba kan
garoo man." They say the creature ha
the shape of a man. but i of enormous
sixe and covered with hair. He i sui
posed to eat miner raw without any
salt, and has been seen to jump from
one mountain peak to another, all the
while emitting blood-curdling yells, and
spouting sulphurous flame from hi nos
trils. What kind of whiskey do tbey
sell over in that country anyway?
Cl'BA AM) THE I'MTKU STATES
If the Cuban constitutional convention
now assembled in Havana should adopt
certain plans for future relation with the
United States now under discussion this
country would have no cause to accuse
the island republic of ingratitude for past
favor. The plan affirm an acceptance
ot the Monroe doctrine, the establish
ment of friendly relation with all nation
and a resolution to regulate it foreign
policy in accord with the wisbea of the
United States. It proposes to put at the
disposal of the United State a portion of
any bay on the north coast, and of two
bay on the south coast for naval aa
tions, together with concessions sufficient
in extent for the purposes of defense and
sanitation. Finally it declares that Cuba
will place itself on a war footing to help
the United States, in case such assistance
should be needed.
Tbis plan accept tte ultimate author.
ity of the United Sutea in foreign affairs,
thus elimination the peril of an embroil
ment between the island and some power
which might threaten to draw this coun
try into controversies. As much liberty
to select harbors for naval purposes is
conceded as would be desired if the is
land belonged to this country instead of
to the Cubans. One naval atation on
the north coast and two on the south
coast would be ample for all possible de
mands.
Least of all is the promise to place
Cuba on a war footing when reeded to
help the United State to be dismissed
48 inconsequential. This does not Bug
vest that the tub.n army cr the Cubsn
nayy may some time prove allies of
strength to an American force, but that
the technical status of alliance would be
accepted. That would place all the bar
bore of the island available for opera
tions, refuge, supply aod communica
tion, vt e nave cause lo know that to
enter such a harbor as that of Santiago,
behind even such obsolete fortifications
as those of Morro castle, brings safety to
a fleeing squadron.
The Cuban constitutional convention
is showing a disposition distinctly credit
able to itself and to be welcomed by
Americans. To some extent the action
is taken under duress, but there is no
reason to surest bad faith in it. The
call for the convention virtually com
manded the Cubans to bid for their free
dora as liberally ae poseible by instruct
ing them to define their relations to the
United States in adopting a constitution
which would have to pass approval in
the United States before freedom was
given them. The hid they are planning
to make seems a generou one and prob
ably will be so recogoized by the United
States. Chicago Record.
Drop in and try the finest barber chair
in the city. Next door to Jackson's, op
posite Huntley's. Parker, the barber.
No Sunday work.
The Mother's Favorite.
Chamberlain's cough remedy is the
mother's fayorite. It is pleasant and safe
for children to take and always cures. It
is intended especially for coughs, colds,
croup and whooping cough, and is the
best medicine made for these diseases.
There is not the leaet danger in giying it
to children, for ft contains no opium or
other injurious drug, and may be given
as confidently to a babe as to an adult.
For sale by Q. A. Harding, druggist.
An Ordinance making a levy of a special tax vqual to the annual Installment and
tin 'aid balance, u,.., certain Property a-a,.,cd lor ll.eeoa. ot the '
ol certain atreet and laying of cerlam ewcr, the owner oJ which have mad.
application to pay their B.mnt by Installment, as provided by ail act "l
the l.ttiialaitire of the Stale of Oregon, entitled "Au Act to Provide for the I
suance of Pond for the Improvement ol Street and Laying of reer in n-rori-orated
Citic and lor the I'ayment of the Cost of such Improvement vl
Street and Laying of Sewer by liuUllmenls."
Oregon City does ordain a follow:
Section 1. That wheieai certain persona, owner of property Ituato within
the corporate limit of Oregon City, have laii aeM-d for the coat of tho Improve
ment of certain atreet and for the laving of certain sewer, pursuant to ordinance
duly paused hv the City Council ol Oregon City, and said owner of property afore
said so aet'd have made and tiled with the Pecorder of said Oregon City their
written application to pay their several aaaeaameul by Installment, piirsiint lo
the provision of an act ol the legislature of the Stale of Oregon, entitled " An Act
to Provide lor the Issuance of Pond for the Improvement ol Street and Laying of
Sewer In Incorporated Cities and lor the Pavment ol the Cost of such Impiove
mentaol Strwtsand Uving ol Sewer by Installments" ; and, wheiea. in con
formity to aald law and lecBiioo( said written applications, Oregon City ha Uaued
ll bond etmal to the aggregate uiu of said asaesameut ;
Now, therelore. pursuant to law, Oiegon City doea hereby levy a special tax
upon each lot and parcel of laad asaeaaed a aforesaid, the owner ol which have
made application to pay such assessments by installment, to-wlt: Theaumset
opHjeite each lot or parcel ol land ( the same being equal to 10 er cent ol said buuda
heretofore issued) particularly described and set out a lollowsi
That ia to say, on account of
SEWKRS OF SKWFlt PISVK1CT NO. 2 OK OUK.liON CITY, OKKOON. AS
ASSESSKD PY ORDINANCE NO. ITS.
Ptock
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Description
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Westerly bO feet of.,
Easterly V fe't of . . ,
Westerly fa) feel of..
Easterly 55 leet of..
All of lot 6 ex. easterly 2'J leet
All of lot 0 ex. easterly ? (eel
1:J 0 C 3
4
5
6
6
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Easteily 4 J feet of
ly 4-' leet of
Westerly U3 feel of Elisabeth Shivaly
Easterly 4.' feet of Thomaa F Rran
Westerly til feet of Elisabeth Shlvely
Westerly l, of except westerl 5 feet. ... Maria It McOeban
Westerly 5 feet of Aon Jones
Easterly of MM Mciieeban
Westerly S of ex. westerly 5 teet of . . . . Maria li McUeehan
Westerly 6 feet of Ann J one
Easterly K, ol MM Mcdeehan
Westerly 4.' feet of U-eorge Keddaway and
Mary E Reddaway
Com. 20 feet W. of SE. cor. of lot 5. blk
140. on 7th t., running thence weal on
ald 7th st 25 ft.; thence northerly
at right angle 124 leet to an alley ; th
140OC3
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4
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5
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easterly at right angle 25
southerly at right angle to
ginning
Easterly 20 feet of.
Westerly 42 feel of
Westerly 20 leet of Ann Jones
Easterly ,lt of J f Kenner and Jennie
Renner
Westerly of Maggie Cm
R Koerner
All of lot 6 except that portion thereof
described a follow: Beg. at SW'ly cor
of lot 0, blk 157, on the line between
lot 5 and 0 of said block, running th .
N 'ly along the W'ly line of said lot A 30
ft. to a point; th. at rigot angle E ly
50 ft. to a point ; th. at right angles 30
ft. to the line between lota 5 and 6; tii.
alon'g aaid line 50 ft. to the place ol be
ginning John Itiltner
157 0 C 4
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Public
lie, at the intersection of Harrison and
Square
7th St., in the County Add to Oregon
City, ami running th. E'ly along the N
siie of said public siiare or common
and along 7th st. '.HO feet; th. HW'ly
and parallel w ith Harrison si. to the H
side ol said I'juare or common : thence
following ttie 8 side of said anuare or
common to the KV ror. thereof and to
llarrl on St.; th. NW along Harrison
st. and alomr the NW side of said Pehool DUtrirl No C2 of
square or common to the place of be- Clackamas County, Or
uinnmir eirm
34 C Ad 1
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2 We-terly 55 feet oi
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(Continued
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To whom aaeed limtallm'l
MO Strickland f'J M
M C Strickland b b
Jackson A llmk A l l
Jackattn A Puck 2 M
Caleb Cro M
Caleb Crosa ft l.
Nellie V Walker 2 4'r
J II Walker 2 70
Nelbe V Walker 1 M
J It Walker I 4.)
T Leonard Charman 2 K4
T 1 eonard Cliarmaii 8 lb
llarley O Wishart 4 07
Ilanev I) Wulu rt 2 '.'j
K V White 3 Ml
KK White b S
First PreshvteiianChurcb 6 IIS
thereof. ,
thereol.
First PrrabyterianChureh 2 S4
Thoma K Ryan
2 hi
6 15
2 II
3 IH
1 17
1 M
I 2
14
Thoma F Rvan
I noma r llyan
1 4.'
2 &I
2-'
2 6M
1 17
ft.; thence
place of be
George, Reddaway
Mary Reddaway
Ann Jonea
Oeorge Re.ldaway
and
1 W
and
Marv lteddawav
1 Oil
64
2 r.M
2 M
6 15
2 17
2 H4
A 15
5 15
2 HI
2 HI
ft 15
5 15
2 HI
4 13
fir.
Fred Meyer
Fred Meyer
Fred Meyer
Fred J Meyer
Je-ee T Cooke
Jeaee T ( Vike
JeaneT Cook
Jesae T Cooke
Oordon E Hayes
liordon E 1 1 aye
13 12
6 15
2 M
1 On
1 11
4 l:i
2 Ml
2 K4
5 15
2 H4
5 15
5 15
2 H4
1 41
2 M
b 15
2 M
1 42
1 42
2 M
2 BH
2 70
1 411
2 81
5 15
6 15
2 HI
5 15
2 H4
2 R4
5 15
5 15
2 Hi
Thorns A McRrlda
Thomas A Mcilrlde and
Mary E Mel '.ride
Thomas A Mcllride and
Mary E Me bride
Thomas A McHrido and
Mary E Mcllride
Thomas A Mcllride and
Mary E Mcllride
Thomas A Mcllride and
Mary E Mcllride
Thomas A Mcllride and
Mary E Mcllride
. Tim A 4t, l'.l.l
Allison A Ivan
Allison A I'nuiu.
Mariiret Kcntt
Mariraret Hcott
C K Sloer
C E Nlmx-r
SJ Ksricher
8 J Fancher
Harah E Hughe
Ann Jones
fcarah E Hughes
Ann Jones
Tho F Ryan
Tho Y Ryan
It LL Clark
II LL Clark
II LL Clark
H LL Clark
Mindwell K Church
Mindwell E Church
Mindwell K Church
Alonzo Wick ham
Edith LCIouse
Edith l ciouso
Thomas f'liarman
1 42
Duane C Ely 4 Geo V Ely 1 42
Thorns Charrnan 1 RH
2 58
Duane C Ely Geo V Ely
Jesse Cooke
Jesse Cooke
Hester A Parker
Wm IlrnceZumwBltand
Mary Zumwalt
William Andreson
2 5K
5 15
2 K4
5 15
5 15
2 84
2 84
6 15
2 58
2 58
1 42
1 42
1 42
1 42
5 15
Matilda Plia.mnn
., .'.b.iiiji. ylia,,IJKII
Matilda Charman
KoWtFCatifleld
Charles H Caufle'd
JMmX p Gau(1(,
Charles II Caiilleld
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; Charle II Caufleld
Charles II Caufleld
on page 7.)
AMl'cl.iUo Pre pnrnllonfiif As-slmllailn(!lhcixxl.imlRctfula-Img
itic Slmnmhs nut IVwvli if
promotM I lollop .CUvrful
ru'MWallw'.sl iVnt.ilni ih'UIt
Onluiii Morplmu' nor Xuurnl.
hOT NAMCOTIC.
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ArHtfccI Hi'inedy forCoastlw
I lo n , Sour S lonuv h . I ) inrrU n
Worms .( 'oiwuUbiiw , owrih
nrs whI Lush or Sum".
FacSimiW 5iC'vnlur of
NKW M)HK.
tlilViIiVIV t.A"lll W rd II if ilin nil Ill
flf HOLIDAY PRESENTS for EVERY DAY USE
The Lamp of
Tn Ump Uutl 4nMl
la im b4 ku(vara lh Utuu Uutl (-! mhrn
tw M m-I W)il : Mm (utii IKM )M am milk
UIt frt vtUk. nnrm yuu a u (Ml
Zbc JScw Rocbcotcr
OlW Ump mar k vft4 ftm a " )mI aa (ml
Xitry may h. mm rwi'rta, (ul f' all euuM f-l-
aur U amp iteml fmt
on U mty Luu(i baa a.
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CI1 Iiima Miulo New
Waraa HI) wn U" n aanl. un-iirt Ivm(
aula im-w Unie at .
lu"l, vw- mumtn it
ti mio New Rocheater twna i
N-nl t'Al luatraliirv Ilia Mit.M-.-4.
VV ae 5f I CUI lr5 la
Laapa. Culiallaa) IHI.I.
THE ROCHE STEI LAMP
THE OUTLOOK
For a woman' hailn In the married
state dependa let, a a rule, nj"0 the
man she it to marry than upon her own
health. The woman who enter upon
marriage, suffering from womanly weak
neta, ia "hewmng op trouble against the
day of trouble."
Weak woman art made strong and
ick women are made well by the ua of
Dr. Pierce' Favorite Preacrijition. It la
the one reliable regulator. It dries en
feebling drain, heal Inflammation and
ulceration and cure female weakneaa.
It nouriahe the nerve and invigoriitc
the entire womanly organitm. It make
the baby's advent practically jmlnleaa,
and give strength to ivaraiug motlicra.
t !! for tw.lve year with frmal
IrmiMf." wnt- M' Milion Orlme, ( Alalr,
Alair Co , iw, -whlrh br-nirlil on ulhir tli-Nin-krart
IMnllUr. Hrtyhl Llarax, nrrvtMl-n-
ani llinn wwilil m nearly paratyeil,
lUil nurtlU n( tti.tux h. I ran rirrly wy
yuiir nw-liilon (nlnr bultle In all. Ave -if 'r
virtie frearriptloa.' four "f -0l,l Mrillial
tnviervrr.' and Iwu rUU ( Pr. fUru'a I'rllrU).
hart eaitj rae. I raa ar-irli rHlh cnrarurl now,
Bui helne I wnuld U tlrtd all taa Ua aod Nara
a diiy hratla- he, an my nerv wuuM l all
nanin wi I nnilil mil lerp Nnw I can deep
and do a l dav a mirk. aumelhln( 1 bad nH
Bune lot over eleven yeara bedwe."
I)r. Pierce' Common Senae Medical
Adviser, in paper cover, sent free on
receipt of ll one-cent stamps to pay ex
pense of mailing only. Addrea Dr. ft. V,
Fierce, Duffalo, N. Y.
At Bed lime.
I take a pleasant herb drink, the next
morning I feel bright and my complex
ion i Ixitii-r. My doctor say It acta
gently on the stomach, liver and klndeys,
and is a plessant laxative. It is made
from herbs, and Is prepared as easily as
tea. It Is called I ,mitt' Medicine, All
druggist Hell t t 2'ic. and M) cis.
Lane' Family Medi..nn move the
bowels each day. If you cannot gac it,
send for a free ismple. A ldnas, Orator
F. Woodward, LeRoy, N V.
Through the Yellowstone.
The new route via the Oregon Hhort
Line Railroad and Monlda. Montana,
enables you to make a delightful trip
through the Yellowsonn National Park,
entering via Monlda and coming oul via
Cinnabar, making It unnecessary to
cover any portion of the mute twice.
For beautiful descriptive booklet, write
or call at Oregon Hhort Line Ticket
j Office, 142 Third streot, Portland, Or.
For InfftnU und Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Boars tho
Signature
of
In
Use
For Over
Thirty Years
ii
Steady Habits
Kara mp of , or yn
(ft
twill te aut
rt
iai) vtrfk
an ol4 on rtJrl
nre ruaka 4 Ump
Ik Imlatil 4 1mm4 mi
CO., tu n..u .., ., ... ui.
J. C. BRADLEY'S
Livery, KwhI anl HaleHuM
OREGON CITY.
UMATXK
ITWtK.t TUB
Pa for
BRIIM1I
AM
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Douhle nl Single and ui
die horse always on hand at ti '
lowest j)ricta. A corrall contiedK
with tho hum fur lMae stock . j r
Information regarding any kind art, V
at-k uromrilly altnn.luil In I. unmil 1
lelier.
Hortes Oouirht and Sold.
iiorac iioariel anJ Fel on ruo
able terms.
Notice to Water
Consumers and
Pronertv Owners
M a iiiMing of thy Hoard tj,'j
NVuter ('oiniiiiHsioiicra on Scpteir r
r 21)tli, nit., the following chn?f
in mmitlily water rutea wns mmlt i
Btt a a ..a . . . '
a uiaur riieri on an nllrr jaar
nry I, wO.
Atitoniaiic CIM,ing l lu.li Tank
Cloarta, private - - Jjc.
Aiitotimtic Cloning l'lu.h Tank
Cloarta, Jiublic - S'.
Ali.OtiikhCi.oskt - - fioo,
TIicho rutfH nily wliero wub
in unuil for other ncrvico.
In order to m-t the benefit of th
fthovo rutcH a clirnuro of flxttirotf
indicated ahovo iiiueit bo in ado t,
tho ditto tncntiotiud.
Ily onler of tho Inmrd. (
T. L. ClIARMAN, F-c'
Oregon City, Or., Oct, 10, 10M.
Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
Iturtlflclally d luests tho food and al
Nuturo la Btrcngtlicnlnjr and recofr;
tructlnff tho exliuustcd dlgcstlva or
trans. Itlsthelatfistdlacovcreddlgl
ant and tonic. No other preptratio11
can approocli It In cfllclcncy. It
stJinMv rllnveaanr1 nermanontlv CUrCS
DyBpcpwIa, Indigestion, Ileortbt""'!;
1'iatulcnoo, 8otir Ktomach, Haus
fcJlck Ilcudiiclio.Gioitrulglu.Cruuip ;
all other resultsof lmporfectdlgoHtiD t
tM. IA- .-A ml r I.- ..I.U. 1U tiff"
m w mini !. tJKiHfl iuwiiiwnii. - trmt
auiallalao. book ail alxiutdjipopaJamallwlD,
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