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(isi Iiitii or Odd Fxi.i.ow.-The
.flirty tilth nmiul session of the gritml
thjeofOdd IVllown, lifUt lit Portland
l it tk, alecled the (ullim iiiK grand
ntt(ut tie ensuing year; 1'. 1',
tS, of Lafayette, Kmiul master,
D. Heliiian, (if Aiihlaud, deputy
nil master; promoted grand ardun.
' T. Williamson, ol Halem, grand
'''tydtli. A, N. Oamhcll, PurtUml (re
tracted,) grind secretary, J. U. Wright,
lltn (ra-t-lectetl,) grand treasurer,
I wwardl (u tli place o( holding 1 1 to
tAkt meeting of the grand lodge for 1K2,
r er live put In nomlniit-
. B, M ftilkiwi; Antorln, 'oriliil,
Birn, Tim DiilliMi mi.t SnUun. Tlire
l!nti wero Ukun Morn ctiutca wm
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lifd fli).)rity ul Hit olr taut, tiul
it i!flrvd Hie i-li.iico n th grand
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is,iaikii nRHin,M. inn uiruiuriBi
I flt t lh l'(iiigroKtlaniil ihun h j
p ,lt Cun.UT were vary liiUrtiiting, sml
fj-'j.jt building w cruwdwl to IU uliuunt
umn'l Hcliff Cor,, nd Cumpuny
ftltrnded in IkhIjt ,-coiiiMiuied ,y
liFft WilU'iiPttn furnrt bund. The
tb! rlir pr oM'nod with iruyiT by
, John I'nmoim, o( tli M. K. i htirch,
id tlu nii'iiiuriHl m-niion wn.dnliviriid
1Tqw Ke. Oilnmii I'mkr-r, of tint Klmt
w HHft ehimh. ltiv. I'urkor paid t
9ingl(il)iil to tliii Roliliitm who Imd
"fi'ii,lt. tln-ir nmiilry, mid lilx ndilrow
W nmnrrly riroit, rt-i'li'to with
siitwBlK piro.riiilo tntlm ixriinlon
m bmt hly ii'ii,Iiti-, mncrnl wlwt-
iiiim tint iri tinii'ly,
IAritH hv ll:MN(i. I'iiic!i the
Utlitl tlnmniiiK uf Minn r,i.ji
llAld Hour Portland. on week ngii
ft Bimduy, wbiiwi liinly w.m fomiil it!
l fuotof Murk lnil IuhI Mundiiy, two
wr dwHi by tliuwiiimirxTiirr.nl liiHt
Cumlny. A littla mm of Clmrlfii If.
II, ti Alliiim rrl uniain broker, wn
lot the xftirtiloiniHiit to Multnoinnh
lid on tlm niciiiiif.i H, (j. H.t.l, nd un
rtlurn trip tint Uit hn fiilerlng
(Iiimr to Idaho, Mm, 15, 0. Mtid
dunk, of Nmv Km, Hliti'iiid liiitt wi'ttk for
1'ntnlliitoii, and from llitrn In (Iiiiiikii
vllltt, lilalio, wliititi nm will nuiiiilii
ttilji lii'r Hlftor dining tlm miiiiniiT.
Hint cxmh!Ih In ri'ltiril liyinii iilmiit
Hi'i'lniiilmr Int. j
Sl'lliull, l'U NIII. A gtlUlll Kl'llOlll plclllli!
ii 1 1 1 It r llui iimiiHgi'ini'iil ( Prol. 0. Vur-
ntr will tut glvmi Jinm 20, on Alilipmj
crmik, tutor Hllvurlon. (iood nnki'rH
from litilli PorMmid nnd HiiIimu limit
liimn rincuritd, mid grmid tlinn l in
pi'i lt'd, 'I'll It will ho nplt'mlld pliirn
to ii'inl m ily rttcrttiilloti,
TmiUTIHO AND HaIMDN I'lHHINd TIlU
Full ait fll an tlm niintunmn otritamii
t Unitary to tlm Clmkaiiiait, ar alive
with aporting flnliitrnmn from Portland
and othur place, Tha flithlng li rikkI,
and tlio anglnri have been unumially
aiifcf aatul. The Hulling grotindN on the
laland at the Kalla I nplnndld, and the
roaring wIi.m add to the eicluminnt.
Ktatk HKroatt Bt'iiou-.The Capital
Journal nay Unit the friemla ofHiipt.
J, It Mill', of Ilia Iowa atate reform
ik IkmiI at Kldora, clalma Unit ho ha
hiM-n tndert.tt the annolnlniunt to tha
name portion In llio ni-w luntltullon at
Halt'in. Mr, Milm haa hnld thla pol-
tkm In Iowa for aevtintmtii yeara Ilia
In waa tnatrou In the miinit limlitn-
tion before he nmrrled bur. ami will
ooirupy a almllar Hmllion here.
rSKTIVAl, AT ULAI KAMA-, A Very
plt"Hnt aodahle and Ire rrmim feativul
waa given at the ruaidetu-e of Mr. a-id
Mm. 0. F Clark at Clack imiun hint Frl
day evKiilng. Mr. Miller and Minn Gal
lon, of Kaat Portland, were inifiit and
furtimlittd on:e en-ellent muaii. The
home talent aUo aitpilited tbeinarlvim
creditably. Thirty-five' tlollure waa the
rerelpta of the evening, which la ap
plied to the fund for the purt'liaao of
new aeaU for the M. E. church.
Hot.n Ilia (Ihain, Mr. Henry Jewell.
one of the lending fatuiera in tlie vicin
ity of Clarke'a la hauling 2000 hmtila
of oala to thla rlty, which hi. told
through the agamy of Menem. Alden A
Thayer. Mr. Jewell rained a large mm
ft wheat lint viir. and ban bean ofTm!
1 per bnahel for the name at home,
which aTahim the eiietiiie of haul
ing, lie nay that cropa are looking fine
l.. i. ..!..!.. . i.
iu iim Ticiiiiiy, ami ine imilrallon ere
g(xl for a plentiful ylfld tbia neanon.
VitMiTiNti Hutu. Mr, It. I). Wilxon
the wll-known Imrdwuie innri ln'r , ol
IhlHclly, In .riwpontillilii fur the fol ow
ing, mill hiiM every rcnuun to Imlicvi'
i tluil Mr, Myra told dim lint triiili, Mi.
, Joneph Mveie, of IIikIiIhiiiI, iccnnllt
I li nl it Hiivnrit Hi lack of llm l.i giippu, it in
;niiumi'i t',i'riiciilllng p.niiH In Mm
I nloiiiiicli, Hit Hindu! iidcr bcominit
jellghtly uonvalenctuit Ihut he threw Up
nhoiil ii Inn cup full nf Nin ill I, luck ImgH,
niiuiliir in iMniiiticii lo tliomt found mi
Hut aiiifnco of nliiKiiuut wiitnr. Mr.
My wi a nvit lui fcnln uulcli Imllttr flcce
hit gut rid of I he hug.
KxrimnioH to Mahtin'i r.i.rrr. A
grand ext urnloii beaded by the ()wego
Ilrana Hand, and under the miruigi iiieiit
( Mr. (i. W. Pronner, will take place
Sunday, June U. The elegant aieimer
J. W, Hhaver haa Iwen chartered, ami
will have Itialey'a lauding, at 7 a. in ,
Mopping at Oawego, Portland, Ht. Helen
and all way lauditign, and will rotura at
Dp. in, In lbs evenimt. Umlnr tint
excellent rtinnn,mMiii ,.r i. ....i... I
" .i. ' inn I'ltrii.'s
"avimt the eicurnlon In charge, it will
be one of the moat delightful outing of
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
l.ogr'a ncrtlii boarda ahnoliitely oor-
ntct at thla olllce.
Imcoktakt TaAxnKaa. The Oregon
Clly Klectrhi Light Company have din-pono-1
of their plant, franchine and con
tractu to the Willamette Fnlln Klectrie
Company. The Willmuotle Lock A
TtanHirtation Coiiiimny and the Ore
gon City Klectrie I.iiiht Company aie
now virtually under the control and
management ol the Willamette Fatla
KltH trit: Company, the two former ror
IKirailtin exitling only lo fulllll the
the Klatuatory limiinttiiiia of corporate
I.unche at all bourn at the Oreuon
Cilv Lunch Counter.
Mr. mid Mra C. I). Lalonrette
turned Friday from California.
Pure WillioU Mineral water on
draught at K. U. Caulleld'a, 5 eta a glana.
Milk nhttke and ice cream it the Ore
gon City Lunch Counter.
The Kulghln of Phythlnn will bold
thttlr regular acini-annual election of
Mr. L. Schwahacker, general tnan
ager ol the Crown Paper Mill baa re
turned to the city.
The place to got bargain In at Bello
my' econd band More. A new lot of
(oda Juit reciived.
T ie chldbeiin anelety of Hon und
Ihnigliti'M of llm King, guve n literary
' lilviliiliiiiienl at the Heaver creek Pre
hyteriiiii chiircli (or Him benefit of
llnmit MinmuiN, Kliiliiy evening, Mhv
21. Kverytltliitf puewd olf nicely iitn
the nwiel v viiitlieii no exlciid tliunka to
nil vtlni gave their prefencd or anitiKtei
in anywny, Pioceedn 7.!.'.').
Hon Henry II, (iilfry, who Iih been
reading clerk of the United KtiiteineniUe
for the pant lllleen yiurn, I In Oregon
vimling relallvenand ftiendn. He will
be rnmemlntrud by many of the older
renklcnt of Oregon City, of whom he
inula many Inqulriea of the writer.
Company F are drilling aome new re'
crult They are Harry Klley, Erantu
Hiiutli and J, Muthenon. Conniderable
Inierent In lieing uken In the drill of
the company, and they are making
1 he Daily Contolidationiati the title
ol a new journal publlalitxl In Portland.
It will probobly only laat until alter
Minn A lie Ulaaapool ha gone to
Ilwaco, to remain a few week, with
the hope that a change of climate will
benefit ber health.
Mr. Fred Moinlman and Mr.
Wytnan, both ol Canemab, were mar
ried lant Friday evening. Rev. O. W.
Mr. M. A. Ktratton i improving the
appearance of hi premlnen, by rebuild
ing the atone wall fronting on Main
The uuw baat, the City of Fraakfort
i to tie placed on the Portland Antoria
ronie, a an opiionition ntnamer.
Mm. L. C. Uriggn and Mm. Donaldton
are altendiitg the Mate W. C. T. U.
convention in Portland thin week.
("anil paid lor oala, chicken and e&n,
by Thayer A Alden. opposite corner
from Court Houre, Oregon City.
Mr L. Iturkhart and danvliler. of
Albany, were In the cily during the
week the gueit of Mm. it. F. liurch.
One hundred thoua.ind pounds of
wool wanted by Charman A Hon, for
which the highest market price will be
(i month of the Willamette, he loll
Jiier the railing in anine way and drop-
id iiitd the wMcr with hi camp Mool.
i body u recovered the next morn-
1. J A. Tell, a Scandinavian atair
I llildertan dniwned ii'-ar Koea inland
Mil mo afternoon, while bathing
th annie friend.
SxotioiA Kami' Conauux. Thi
nW?ll"n of llrnl-clnn municat talent
wondcrlul dog circu will apier In
I cily at Poi'i Hall Huturday, May
I That brilliant muticiil comedy, "A
fmia Vniwiir," w ill be prenented,
jlch alone would he a valuable attract-
I' in till" nrni-c an theatre of in
ijr''HeH Then comes Minn (iooigiii
jd dog circiiH, wild a troop of
tiderful truined canine that receive
uiiiveiul admiration of both young
oll lhu hitler fenturo alone I
fUi tfio price ol admlnnion. The
'ay placed at the lowest notch,
tieralidmiraion. 35: children. 25n:
-r.ttved eatH, TiOc. Can be obtained
Jhe poatolllca .
N I.NCOUfoRATION. The Illuo
ir fining and Milling Company,
:.,?r,'K'B City, have filed Articles of
obrporation in the olllce ol the nee-
KnrreM!i 1'iioit tin: KAnr. Mr. M
u. I'lmiagun, ilncl engineer of the
Oregon Cily lint department, retumet
iitniio Aloininy evening after a two
inonlir viwit in the eant. Ho wan
ew ork, Ilonlon and other noted
place of interest, and made a careful
examination of the working of Hie fire
department of the principal citlen, am
will no doubt Inaugurate aome needed
improvement here. Mr, Flanagan re
port splendid trip, and luxuriated
on bilked bean and brown brand while
(Iiry ot state. It capital slock in 50
jdivided Into 50,000 shares and tna
rportorH are W. W. Myers, rl. K.
f'bl A. Confer, H. K. Salisbury,
Zf' Crtrn, and L. R. Jnnney. The
f f otthls compiuiy are aitiiuted in
-v. Bloa; river mining district. Lime
j, n!y , "tthero a Tacoum com puny have
""',, conshlurublo capital. Tlio
&' fm m of umlonbted rlchncH, and it
!VMedjthoy will make a fortune lor
'!fdu or HoNoit. The following j a
of the namos of the pupils In district
.-4 44, who have maintained a good
jOrtment, und have neither been
pntnor tmdy during tlio month
OT'ig My, 2li, Kit Htowart,
1 i)io Stewart, Busio fitownrt, Louisa
rman, Orvlllo Boring, Frank
wey, Willie Riehoy, Otho Richey,
KrnoHt Jlickoy, and Willie irodormiin.
Mauoiis Guttiiiuuic, teacher.
K. of P. Lontix at Woopiiiss,
Mttsare. K. M. Hand and Dr. K. A
Homer, .insisted In the work of estab
lishing a Knight of Phythia lodge at
at Woodburn, last Thursday evening.
the lodge was organized by Grand
Chancellor Cleveland, ol Astoria: Tli
name of the lodge 1 Adelphla, No. 44
The following are the olllcere elected
8. II. Cloytl, P. 0. i A. A. Fuller, C
C; L. W, Guise, V. C; I. W. Hay, K
of K S.; J. M. Poorman, M. of F.j J
h. Settlenuer, M of L.;A. W Auler
son, Prelate; F. W. Lewis, Master at
Arms; W. K. Finxer. outer guard ; and
I.. II. Mc.Mahan, inner guard.
A NkwIownsits. Mr. U. I), Wilson
informs Tiik Fn.lkki'hhk, that Mr. John
Kay, who is the owner ol the land at
tha bridge crossing Clear creek on the
county road between Springwater and
Highland, ban laid out a townsitu and
will mime tho principal streets after the
old settlers in the country. As this is
a healthful location with a plentiful
supply of pure cold water, direct from
the mountains, splendid facilities for
water power, great forests of tho best
timber in the vicinity, and inexhaust
ahle stone quarries, it is onlr a mutter
of a low years, when Mr. Ray's fondest,
hopes will bo realized.
Contbact Lkt. Mr Julius Logus
has demonstrated tie fact that it pays
to advertise. He had plans und spec
ifications made for a new ham on his
premises in this city, nnd meeting a
representative of Tub ENTicuruisa, con
cluded to insert Bn advertisement for
one time stating that bids would bo re
ceived up to the following Tuesday. He
received nine bids, the highest being
$()IM, and the lowest (125, thus making a
saving of (201) by inserting a fiO cent
advertisement one time. Mr. Logus'
now barn will be 82x30, two stories in
height, and neatly finished nnd painted.
It will occupy a position on the lots
unjoining- his handsome residence.
George llosoa nnd James Elkings are
the successful bidders, nnd will erect
Person having bad prescription
filled ut Olson A Louis' Drug Store can
have I hem refilled at E. ( i, Catiticld's
Mr. D, C. Ireland, the founder of Tiik
r.NTKiirisx,! making a livelv palter of
the Oregon Express, which is published
twice a week at East Portland.
The measurements for tho new dress
uniform for company F have been
taken, und Mr. J W, O'Connell, ban
ordered the suit from the east.
Messrs. Johnson, McLane and other
of the typographical force of The Ore-
gonian, have been fishing in the Clack
amas river during the past week with
Mr. W. O. Mack.ofCanbr, and Mr.
Frank Jagger, ol Cams, were caller at
Tub EsTKHraiss office Wetlnenday.
The Outing club will give the initial
onlng at their tennis giounds tomor
row afternoon at 5 p. m.
New steps have been erected to the
approach of the Barclay residence on
W. . Kdgertou and W. E. Conyers,
of Clatnkania, were In the city daring
Charman A Son continue to lead in
their varied lines of general meTchan-disi.
Mr. O. W. Prosser, of Oswao,
In Oregon City Saturday.
The bauiar given by Hie Ladies Aid
society ol the Baptist church on Thurs
day and Friday evenings of last week,
netted about .r0, which will be applied
to the now church building fund.
Mr. W. F. Kirk, of Beaver Creek, a
pioneer of 1K62, left at Tux EsTHKraisx
office on last Monday, a number of the
Oregon Spectator, printed March 241 h,
18M, also a copy of the Oregon Argus,
published October 12, lHtil.
Mr. Douglas Thorn has gone to the
Okanogan country, Washington, where
he bus business interests. Miss Clara
Honald, who has completed her toini
of school at Aurora, has taken churgo of
the abstract books.
It is reported that the ladies of the
Presbyterian church at Salem will not
give an excursion next Saturday to
Oregon City as was announced, but
will postpone it for a few days out of
respect to the Grand Army ceremonies
on Decoration Day at the capital.
The Southern Pacific Railroad Comp
any are laying a new truck for a short
distance this side of Clackamas, and
will ive on the use of Ilia trestle there.
The company paid C. O. T. Williams
and M. J. Broderick $SO0 for a right of
way through their promises, and George
Ella lligginaon, formerly a popular
contributor of The West Shore, has as
sumed the associated editorship of The
Pacific Magazine, published at Seattle,
which Lee Faircliild is the editor.
Mrs. Higginson was formerly a res
ident of Oregon City and is well
Goto Wilson A Cooke for Oliver plows.
Warrn A Holman, Funeral Directors
and Undertakers, Oregon City Bank
Fine Pillows made to order and Mais
Rugs, etc., of neat designs at Warren 4
Wastkd Tobuv notes and mortgages
II. F. Noble, room 18 Csncord Bid.
Second and Stark streets, Portland Or.
Fob Sai.k Commencing Saturday
afternoon, May 2.ird, a choice lot of
house plants, ut ten cents a piece, or ten
I for $1,00, by Mrs. Elmer Dixon, at ber
I l 1-! t
irniui-iirc hv .iiuuiiotui lew, nearly
opposite the Congregational church.
MASON FRUIT JARS Eahteedto fit"
EXTRA CAPS AND RUBBERS.
en RIM P.
OLIVES & CAPERS.
mm n mm try
LOTS AND TRACTS
On the west side of the river on the Oregon City and Portland roai
and Willamette river. Twenty-five minutes walk from the nuepensioj
bridge. Affords a splendid view of the river, Portland and the Eaft
aide. This tract has been slashed and sown in grass. Will be soli
cheap on easy terms. Apply to
J. TOMPKINS, OREGON CITY.
av paa mm ak. A a .tkv axaaM m
AND FLORAL GARDEN JL
Hare constantly on hand a large assortment nf Flowering Plants, Shrubbery ani
cuius wiui large assortment 01 beet varieties of Koses Cut flower at all
times and Funeral Decorations a specialty. A large stock of
ttong, healthy, Tomato, Cabbage ami Califlower plants to
be had at Green House, or E. E. Williams or
Newton's grocery stores. Oregon City.
JOSEPH COLLINS & CO.
Park Place P. Q.
NOW IS THE TIME
IS THE PLACE TO BUY
IF VOU WISH
The best grade of Paints, Oils
and Varnishes at the low
est market prices.
Best Brands Mixed Paint
H. T. CDARTIfa
MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IX
All Kinds of Rustic Furniture
All work guaranteed and the best of material used.
$8 00 Rocking chairs, - 5 pa
4 00 Flower Stand, - - f 3 to fa
$2 and 3 Diningroom Chairs per set, $15 ft
Small Rocking Chairs and Baby Carriages to order.
FINE STOCK BRUSHES
Remember the place near the
Been studying economy when
buying School Books, Sta
tionery, Etc., Etc?
IF N0TWHY NOT?
POPE & CO.
This old and reliable Ann always keep in stock a full line of
Harflware, Tinware, etc.
Plumbing, Gas Eitting & Jobbing
Attended to Promptly. Es
Mr. Jas.' Wilkinson, one of the new
councilman from the second ward, has
left at tins olllce (an interesting remin
CBconce of President William Henry
Harrison and a drover, clipped from the
Washington Star, which is of utntsal
interest, but owing to its length thore
is not at present space for it in those
New Book Store
INext to E. O. Cauflold's Drug Store
And see if you have ever had bet
ter goods for the money.
Sorensen & t Young !
-MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN-
PLAIN and FINISHING LUMBER
Fir, Spruce nnd Cedar; also Laths, Tickets, Shin-)
gles, Etc. Shipped to all points on
the river or bv rail.
Mill situated on Willamette river at