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MEW CONSTITl Tl' to it, n.t rvjwt in itiiiia to tho Bul
t (l tii'xt tegular niovtiii)t utter audi
And By law or thr Orojtoii City Koiml ! Knoh oouniitte ahull moot at m-l
of Trado. ,i,m' m' ,l, Mli,.v iiiimuvl bv
Tim (inane oomiitt)all examine
; the ttv.Asmvr' rvr-ort, with vouchor
Artici.k I Naxk. , f,,r sn lmn0y JisimrmM, anil deliver
The name of this oritaniration shall I , sumo to (lu sevrvtmy with i report.
The Onyon Citv Boatxi ofTmJe. i The committee uimanutctmta ahull
i!H evorv ondomor to imhu new faclo
Artiolk II OtuKcra. rj,,, ,0 lHM)l, urt mj lo n,ttin tuw
Theohjeots o( this Hoard hIIN in ' aliva.lv Iuhv
all honorable ami wwt wav to promote j All committees aiiull have audi further
nd farter (he (ra.lo. commerc. manu-! t''t f,'V .iuM to then, .m
' time to time lv the li.tanl or the prost-
faofmw. atul -neral interests of Oregon t j)(
City and Clackamas county; lo collect,! AKnci.x Ylll -Amkmksts.
comi'il, atul publish accurate and eom-j Amemlnieiits to this constitution must,
plete statistical information concerning ! for adoption, receive- the votes of at least
Mid fit v and oountv; their dvanta, ! t.-thinls of tho member pnsent at a
trade and industries, in otderlh.it our ! Kifilnr moelini of Die Board
needs mav he viewed v i ll intelligence; Such amendment must he submitted
and the.- "advantages made known; to!' the Hoard in writing at a reuular
incrv th attractions of our city, the meeting at least one month prior to
value of its property, promote the estab- j action.
hshmeiHof usetul manufactories within -----
its Imtindaries or in Ha vicinity, and in- J as.
mine siraiitfers io m:iKe 11 men noiuo
and lo eo-oi orate with other hodiea for
the mateiial advancement of the Taciric
Aktici.k III Mkmrkksiiip.
Individuals, or individual menilws of
firms or eorpomtions resi.tins; in the state
of Oregon, en,Mv'el in lei, innate busi
ness aed of respect;' hie st:tndmff. or in
dividual of ipiod rvpu'e not ent.iKed in
hnsiiics, ni,i l-ec.ime meni'vrs cl lias
Any one desirlm; to become a member
of this Hoard shall have bis name pre
sented in wiitinir by the Membership
committee at a meeting of the Hoard, to
be voted 111011, and upon itveiving the
votes of the majority of the members
present shall be declared a member.
Every member of this Board shall pay
to the treasurer, as dues, the sum of
one dollar per mouth, w hich shall be
j ;,i,l bi-monthly in advance.
Anv member failing to rtv his dues for
t ie spice of six mount atVr becoming j ,mrl1
one, may be suspenileil ny vole ot tlie
board from membership Such mem
bers may b reinstated by vote of the
Hoard and upon the payment of the
lack dues for which they were ius
pended. Honorary member mav be elected at
any regular meeting by a two-thirds vote
of the member present, and shall be
entitled to all the privilejtes of regular
members eicept the rijjht lo vWe at elec
tion or for the di-bursement of the
fund of the Board
Members may be expelled by a two
thirds vote of members present at any
regular meeting, notice of the same
liaving been given at the preceding regu
Article IV Officers.
The otfiivrs of litis Boaid shall consist
of a president, first and second vice-presidents,
secretary, and treasurer, who
shall be elected "ty ballot at trie annual
meetings of the Board to serve one year
or until their successor are elec'.ed.
Article V Dcties or Officers.
Section 1. It shall be the duty of the
president to preside at all meetings of
He shall be the chief executive officer
of the Board, and shall be membtr ex
officio of all standing committees
He shall appoint all committees not
otherwise ordered, and shall perform all
other dutie9 pertaining to the otflce ol
Six. 2. The vice-presidents shall dis
charge (tie duties assigned to the presi
dent in case of his absence or inability to
Six. 3. Theecrptarv shall kvep a fair
R D. BRUCE
The Clinton & McCoy Company of Portland,
Wil t HKl.t. VKHV
Fine Lots on Easy Installments,
AT LOW I'KIOKS, WITltot'T INTKUKfT t TAX.
Also, w ill htinilU Oregxiu I'ity rpertv, Ativ one desiring a country or i lly home, on
easj terms, without iuleivsl or laves, w ill plnwcall nt my
OIII I.IM 41 II. Oil.
Akticik I Mektinos.
Skctiox I. Regular uniting of this " i"m
Ollleo over ltetitMmnl,
as much work astwuinen in theordiimiy
The grt'at land mass of the North
Auieiican continent is said to extend into j
the Atlantic ocean from fifty to lfiO
miles At one time this great terrace
was all above water ami the oa was
very deep near the ancient shore. The
localities of all the large eadnrd cities
were then far inland. This great change
has taken (dace In so short a time, from
of view, that the
Board shall 1 held on the second Xlon-1 course of the Hudson ami other great
day evening of each month, at the I rivers is vet easilv distinguished a il.....
channels cut through this terrace, The
hour of 7 o'cl.'Ck p. m. from IMotw lo
M,,v d.l t V .,V1.,.'k u !,i,m t.i' t..
tVi'o'her oi'topua arm of (he mighty d ep are
Skc. Stwial nuvtimts mav ho ! U'l'dually folding in their embrace the
ra!i. at any time bv the president. I beautiful and populous tlelds that are
Special meeliiigs ahull v called by the j near (he shore, at the rate of one (bird
mesuteni upon me (etpiest in writing ot
tive ineniN'rs of (he Board
Sec 3. The regular meeting held on
the second Monday in January of each
war shall he the annual meetiiiv' of this
Board, at w hich time will be read the
annual reports and w ill occur the elec
tion of officer.
Article II Qiori m.
Seven member shall constitute a quo
rum for the transaction of business,
hut a smaller number mav meet and ad-
Articlk III Order or Bisinks.
At the r. jular meetings of the Board
the order of business shall be as follow:
1. Reading of the minutes.
2. Report of ollicer.
Pioixieals for membership
Reports of standing committees
Report of special committees.
1'resentation of communications.
Article IV Manual.
Roberts' Rule of Order hall be (he
recognixed authority on all parliament
ary questions that may arise.
Article V Amendment.
Amendments to these Bv-Ijiw shall
be subject to the same requirements as
amendments to the Constitution.
See Constitution, Article VIII.
to lehuild The Palles in largei propott
ions than ever before no one will deny,
and that, If we exerclaethe proHr degree
ofenterpiise, we shall forgo right ahead,
notwithstanding the disaster of last
Wednesday is also true. Alter the
debris from the ruins is cleared away
our business men should exercise such
a degree ot enterprise as will merit the
admiration of other towns. I'hii k ex
ercised now will do more to estahlsh the
prestige of this city the gateway of the
Indian Kinpire than at any other time
in our hlstorv.
V'ist Oiegonian : KHa Wheeler Wilcox
will not be a socialist ativ longer than
she larks experience and conlaitwith
of a mile in cvnturv. The punv ff.rt 1 ,nB w,,n"- "K"' " r , 1
of man are ,H,we.les lostav the progr,.sa ' VtM l",,,,,t tn.lli.l what
of this monster and he ctin" only slowlv to,l, Miul rrx'u' ,,, Blll""(
ret rat before invasion. ' ! ,',,,,i,"u, lo ,,rwk K""U -"
, I am) proclaim herself an individual, and
Mr. (ha. K, l'ease resumed (eaclung j v ,.,,,, .ti.vering
.( sunnyside on the 7th ins.at.t. (mtt ilmj;.ilmlli,v u 1u. ,lrolli;tll
.Mr. .Miller, of inU, will leach t!uiiHm virtue that
C. H. Caufield. E. M. Rands, George
Broughton.T.F. Eyan.W.T. Whitlock.
, ON ARBITRATION.
M. A. Stratton, Jame Shaw, C. H.
Dye, L. C. Irigg, Julius Logus.
G A. Harding, J. G. Pillsbury, Alden
C. P. I.atourette.C. O.T. Williams, A.
OX TKUlK AND COMMERCE.
Maj. T. Charinan, S. R. Green.
ON HOAIIS AND IIIciHW VYS
reijular journal of the proceedings of
ti.e H 'aid. take charge of and keep all i H. K. 'Cross, I). I.atourette,
b-ji'ks, puier and pmperty belongit fo j l'illsbury, C. O. T. Williams, cant
the Hoard. j Appcrson.
He sliall give proper notice to all com-1 ox mkmiikkshii'.
n.ittees of their appointment, ami snail,
when requested by the chaiiman, serve
as cleikof any committee.
Highland school again this Near
Mr. George H. I'linn. after complet
ing his term of school at l.atourelle
Falls, will teach again at Clark.
Mis Mattu'ie William, assisted by
Miss Lottie Kly, will coumience scho.il
at Mink' on tlie tirst Monday in Octoler,
The Mount Pleasant school will be in
on the first Monday in tVtotwr. Prof.
Johnson and Mis IVattie have iieen re
tained in this school.
Prof. Evan ha been retained a
principal of tlie Owgo school which re
sumed work on the 14th instant.
Prof. Gurley, assisted by Mis Wilkin
son, opened school in West Oregon City
on the 14th instant. The school this
year i being conducted in the tine,
new building which the enterprising
citizen of that place have just com
Only three of last year' teacher, the
Misses Fannie Porter, May Kelly and
Edith Glasspool, eon (in tie in (he Oregon
City schools. Prof. Strange, the new
principal, i an able educator, ami be will
maintain the high standard which this
school has attained under (he efficient
management of Prof. Kigler.
School district No. (Hi on the Tualatin
river near Stafford bus let the contract
for building a new frame school house
a man or woman can
possess, because it make one different
from hi fellow without in Ik least, in
juring cr belittling anybody. Individu
ality is an endowment that nature gave
toman; to the leave of the trees; to
the stone : to the grassi of the field ;
to the trwoa of the fotesl ; in fact lo all
animate and inanimate things, thereby
protecting us against the unbearable
burden which would afflict ua if every
thing was alike. It i the strength and
oul of the universe; it i the law of Gist
and perfection. It ha no tight with
anything, only ignorance fights it. It
greatness is self evident localise it ba
sis is peace, freedom, justice
He shall give notice of meetings, con
duct the correspondence of the Hoard,
read such records and papers as the pres
ident may direct, and perforin all other
duties pertain;ng to the office.
Ho shall receive as comjiensation for
bis services the sum of ten dollars per
month, payable quarterly by the treas-
T. L. Charinan, X. O. Walden.
ON MAXIFAITI RKS.
C. H. Cantield. E. M. Rands, Chas.
Meseive, X. O Walden, T. F. Ryan.
Chas. Meserve, C. II. Dye, T. I- Char-man.
"Tx 4. The treasurer shall be the
cistodian of tlie funds of fhe Hoard, col
lect all fines and dues, arid pay out the
same only upon warrants signed by the
secretary, except salaries of office rg,
vhich he is authorized to pay upon
He shall keep an accurate and full ac
coct r.f all moneys of this Hoard received
lie .-hall at the close of each quarter
ruike a leport to the Board show -inir in
detail the leceipta and expenditures for ! two sv
toat quarter, with the haiunce on halm,
st:d a: the annual inuetinss a classified
rej ort for Ui; year.
"His qui.ileriy reports sliall also give
the names, of those irembcrs, who aie
six months or inure in arrears in pay
ment of dues.
Six. 5. The presidents and vice-presidents
shall he. ex-ollicio the trustees of
By George L. Stokv.
The statement has been variously
made that the word "news" derives its
origin from the initial letters of the four
cardinal points o' the compass, hut this
is w holly imaginary. It is a substantive
formed from the adjective new,, and lit
erally means now. "News," therefore is
"that which is now." It was formerly
spelled newos, and was pronounced in
The first American, made illustintion
was printed in 'full 'h almanac of Bos
ton in ViUH. Hooks were regularly
Evening Telegram: If a man steals
a peach in a store it is "larceny in a
dwelling," for whVh crime lie may )e
sent to the penitentiary ; hut it seems
from a story told yesterday that a mall
can follow a little girl into a house with
ntent and attempt to work her ruin and
endangtr her life, ami pay only a pen
alty of fit). Such crimes, if clearly
proven, should be punished more
severely, or the other more lightly.
ORKGOX AM) THE WORLD H FAIlt.
Albany Herald: The matter of pie
Dentation in the World's Columbian Im
position at Chicago, for the state of Ore
gon, was discussed nt tho editorial
a'HOciation at Astoria, and the conclusion
arrived at that as tho legislature, lioard
of commerce, counties and other means
have failed, the newspaier of tho state
would have to take the matter up an I
carrv it through. A plan was formu
lated ; for each country to get out a
pamphlet all to lie consolidated in a
hook and $100,000 be raised to edi(, piint
ami circulate the book at the exposition.
A more nonsensiciiil manner of spending
a hundred thousaud could not he patched
up. The pamphlet business has become
a cracked and scorched chesnut not
worthy of the spending money upon.
U would be just as sensible to spend the
amount named in makingcxeiuos in the
ChicaL'o dialy papers: (lining tho con
tinuance of the exposition, why Oreon
had no exhibit on the grounds. The
IJANK or lillKiii'.N I'll Y.
Oldest BiakiDg House in ttie Cl!j.
PIJ Up I .tll. l'4tlXX
vn i ruiainasT,
u.. a. niamsii
. 0 CAi riLD.
1 HiULH h. CAi-rim.li.
A teiipril banking btiatnru lrn.cls.
DepoRtl nrv Wed lilhjpot In rhvek.
Arred hlll ml nnipi .lle.,unld.
( iiiihtjr sinl cllr warrant boii(hl.
Umhii nl nn arallalilf aecurllir.
Kscliatixe tiotittht att't tniit.
I'ollpetletis ntaitci rrumtly.
Uratu ioM availailr lu any part nt the w.irlit
Telncraphlc sielinf )( on puiilaail, Hau
FranciM'o, rhlcnK.t ati.l New Yirk.
tutt-ri'iU mll en ttmt .lt-.,nitn
Suli Afvuta nl THKUMaN(-IK.Ul'K HANK
AliTicl.K VI Commit! i:i:k.
iiiii.-traieii I y ,me,ie;in artists after the j oniy way to do anything in the matter i-
year 1720. Heiijainin Franklin is claimed : t ml ito motion some nieatti to put an
i by .Mr. Fiazer, to have been an en-1 Greg,,,, exhibit in tiiu exposition. Every
graver on either woo. I or type nieta.. i j,uhtry and product of Oregon that is
Punt I'neern tlio lw.r I r,,,t.,U. . a ., , . . ., , , , .
'" """fc" possiiiiu to gei mere snotii.i no reue-
sented. A lull display of Oregon pro-
Skctiox 1. The following shinning
inioittees "hall h appointc-d at first
leguiar meetiii'.' follotvinir earb annual
moeting, to serve one year or until their
s Hves.-or- are appointed ; the fiist named
. ,i each committee to he its.'hairtuiiii un
it other.' i.-e specilie.l ,y t.';.- president
or di-teririim-d by the iii.;ii(!.;rti of the
FmniicH iron ii is 1 1 i-r; , to i.-oh.-.J. ui
:s Aibiti'alion. of live lnonihers
I i'i A-
. f three meiiibers;
Cotnitiftice, of tliree
poem was. a copper plate engraver.
The college of physicians and sur- j ducts is the very best advertisement
; geons, of Xew l ork possesses a circula-1 that could he put there, and if that is
j tin j library '.he most unique of its kind j not forthcoming all other matters ini'h 1
; in the world. It is composed of the i juat as well be dropped.
I bones of 2511 human beings, and students I " "
of the college are allowed to take out 1 V"K "AIXKS K,,IK'
i "volume" or cedar box. which con-i Tint Dulles Times Mountaineer: ft
i tains portions they wish to study after ! is ,r"(! tll;lt tll(! ,a,,! fla'!S "f I he lute
,urce I depositing sf:j 50 to insure the return of I '"fihlu conflagration have Htihsided ; but
. I the 'ciiculating medium." smoke and cinders still cover fully onn-
I- i ., i, ,.fi i- f ,i , l half of the cit v, and our citizens are not
i A wonderful in:it:h lite lor Inatheiiiat-i . ,.
- . . i , , . u , , . , , ' inlly lettovere.l Irom thelernhle shock of
jv.i 1.1,11.1111,11111, ,i.i.T iiin.ij oeeii jijif
rIIE OMMH:CIAt. HANK.
OF I'liKtiil.N (1 I V
TKIS..4ITS A ..rSltHAI, lusKISil m ist..
I.e.im iiilIc llll;. 1..1iilc.. Mnkra i
ler-tien.. Inn. met .ell. r. limn,, en nli ,,im
In tin- l llll.-,l Son,.,, Kur..). an, I lleim Keiik-P.-.eit
ri-i-,-1- .-. ul,i... 1 1., i l.. k Inl. lc.l nl
uieml rat.n all. .writ en nine iIi-immik. llnnk
".i-ll friun V . M. Uii r. X tialiifilal - cvrnliiKa
iriuii a to 7 r, H.
LATol ltEITK, l'ri-.i..-nl
V K. p.tNAI.PS.lN. ( h,.
KIiicUmiiIiIi iiikI U iictin 11 orkrr
JliilHesliueiiiH II Specially.
Hepuiritit.' of nil kimts promptly done ti i.l
at reasoiitihle prices.
Oregon City Express No I.
Light freight and parrels delivered to all
parts of the city.
leave ur l.TH ith v. T liarluw.
H. A. VORPAHL,
4.'eiienil llliK-l.sinlflilu.; ,,,,,1 r(..
n'Hgoii mid lluggy Wnrk u Specially.
IlorscshoeltiK hi a lirst class iiininier.
TMIC I.AW(UCST STOCK
EVER DROUGHT TO THIS CITY,
Al l. . I'l l. Wool., AM
Will bo Sold at Trices Never Dreamed of ,,.fr,
Remember, AlhWool Suits from $10 to $20,
Ail 12 D;k inn Case i FcTfcl I'll U OwraUtei
m.ii l buy any motr I iiiY iiOtis n- I tlt ll Al l. Won). i..MSu
pricea hcrelelim' i luirKi'.l lor SIhk. nel t'ell.m t'lnthl.h
J. W. O'CONNELL,
"l'h 4'Uthlnr au4 llan,
MRS. A. M. LINVILLE,
Ladies' and Children's Furnishing (joodv
LACKS, FANCY AKTH'I.KS AND WOUSTKD.S.
"Full Stock of Silk Floss, Arrnsene, Chenille
AMiOTllKU IiKlMU ATIVK oHS AMKNTw.
FJ.YC)' U'Oh'h' IX ,4 LI STYLES J.YD HESIG.
SI'AMI'IMl OS LINKS ASH r'M.T li'M! f OKWCK.
Two Doon Helen Wr. HurmrMer'a Jrnrlrj More, (IHIil.OX ( ITT, iJ
mam rcrt nut .r u t. mm or
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER
VVIL STOCK OF F!.OOKIN(i,CK!!.lN(. Kl'STIC AND FISH
INU LUMBER, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
Special Bills Cut to Order
Mill uiul Yard on the River, Fot of Main Si root,
UKKtioN CITY. U.
K. li. (i(M)l).
JAM KM THORSi
GOOD & THORNE'S
Pulverizing hy Impact and
Soparathi- hy Air and (Jraviij
(Jold, Silver, (galena, Niikle, Tin, Sulphurets
OrOHu r M.-IU l Thrlr .inmir.
Tltti. ml!UI. r,!r."y ., , ., ,,, ,; ., . ,,, j,,,,,,,,,", .
IMON lll( oi!kx. (r. front and MaiM Mm I,, Km lb.n.1, Or.
CITV VIEW 31 A H K KtT
BOYER & LACEY, - - - . Proprjetor!
VII).KS.1,.: AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Fresh Heef, )Iulfon, Pork, Ham, Ihmi W
tSTTU, l,t f M EAT k.-,. h:,( i.f;u-ti.,n iv.Ml.
VEAL, PORK, and PRODUCE Boufjht.
Sl.tip mi SEVENTH STREET, ( I,,.,! (,f Stir-.
Ili GREAT Wl
MAYER : & : ACKERMAN,
1 '- Ol.ll It I.I A i l.lt.u.KKS
Dr. C. V. Sullivan,
Tiie oily DRUGGIST lictroi PortlaHd w
(tittrli'D a full lit f
IIIHOH, MKDK'IXKH, TOII.IT A It rl( l.:s, Mi- 1
TKiNs AM) IIAKUIAI.I, IKHiliH.
I'lllX ltir'l IUNH ( AltKI'l I.I.V ( UM I'dl'M), !,
iter- imriii liltl -;
f:Vt- mi Itt'-li'lH.
;t.tt Lpi'.iU, tt:
j tln-.ir aiisvu-rH t:an
; ally v
u -i.i-.ii lib lii; fl'ily of c.utli coiiiiiiiltei'
lo act jiioiniitly uimn all inaltoHt riilerrud
It U ttfilht'l ihu !
y tti'taiiH of it li'- i
,:r fr,n,-i v, ill. '
i S!,o Httiiti; litiK! I
tiil lwl aiitomatic-!
i.ci'-iiiiM' for iini-1
, , .1," ... T1,, :
.m-'i-r liW) tl,(t.
1 hy l.-y:-, Litt
last WctliittHilay. Tho only fiiltj.'itt of'
coiivurwitiuii in tin; awful indication wet
liavi; Hiiflcrcd, ami Hiillicicnt. linn; Im..
not c!:tjis'",i! for cxcilcl fculin to c.o
noil juili-nii'iit aMrl i!H Fway. 'i iic 1
lo-ts I,(t0(l,0')'l woilli of pi-opcity im
ai(i.'tliit-', 'out tin; two di al lii i:iiri.i ,y j
tin; fin; iiiont ho. no.i'rlv can 1m n-'
Ktorcl, j:it. Iniinan livK never. Al j),;., ;
particular tunc, vlicn tint circnlali,,;'
ni('ii;i:;ii -:.-,.t :, t lit; Icirnin of l;ii.,ih":,.-i
liloc.kH tit.tl ilwt llini!n will act iih a great,
tlrawliacl; lo tin; liroHiicrit v of tlit;;itv
. . lowest yffi&&r
ELY d IlARRSflOIOij,
ivic c rinr ion
OiiBiiiiiii with a couijitogiaiih can doj'fhut our natural rewuiccH lire bullicient
fiivcry, T'eed n ml S.-.li; Sl.tltlc
r,oc.'ri:ii itt.i -wi-.ii.s 'i in-, ititiocic a.s'Ii
)ou1lo fiii.l Sili-lo J!i;, nntl Fj1
did Iioi-.-i;k iilivnyri on litnul nt tlie
lowcsf jirioi't;. A corrnll '-'iinieeli i'
with tint 'i.-.rn for lot,. c. i-i-
, lnlot m ii.t ii mi re; ai-liic ;. .- ).;'
Htock iroiiiilly alu-ndcil to 1 -. n
horses Bought and Sold.
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'!f-l il' OlVvl ( 'y,
LViV .'" rl"'. 'orn Meal ,.,,)
-.' U kill., ... ''
; '!'':!; '''"'""veai- ,oi ;
' IHIHIM,,:, ,
" 1" !-'- I" (i I!,.,
B. S. BELLOMY,
o1'I'. CHAKM.W ItliOS.' IllMl.l'lN1
Citriii-s a Full St.u k of
rmTT'T7 a BE
I-V 'IOI,t,l ; i !
i"' I'-ceive in let,,,,.
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t a it,,.,-.. I ...... , ! Ol
rw nn; inKlii-H nnokd, ,;,. ,.,
for liiillnr, HWh H... .'0-M. "'"
h!iti)iiihur 11, 18I().
..!Hot,::!,oM r.t.r.i .hi'U?s
Niiw ami r-VcoinHlan.! I'u t n UitrO
lioiiuht anil Soltl.
Can give yttu u liaigtii".
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