CLACKAMAS COUNTY : .. - i The EnttM-nrisp CotTosjiondonts !Sw m I lie .Field. Hantwi:ivs In l,cnHtl Outside Oregon City Industrial Items Xi'lKiitiiirliuod Ndtos. of! newly marital conpl i tli boyot llu UiMglilmrhixvl thought tt wmilil I the rjHr thing to k!v thorn charivari lust AitimUy ntVtit, It was dmw an hrown ami the young cip!o tnyloiitisiilirel as pro. jH'rly started on their life Journey, l.iroa. I.huk, ;r,, (Vt, The memlwrs of the ISavenwomt lUntist rhun-li ile.Mtv to ten.ler Mr. Fred Uerhor a vote of thanks for his persistent and etHvtiml efforts in Mvurittfr Ml for the rhuroh. Hud it not been for Mr. tierher the ohutvh omiM not yet have en joyed thi, milch netsled addition. The hetl : well as of Oregon Oitv nung 111 posnion ikm .uomi.iy morning, and its loud, clear notes made all clad who fcearvl it. A. It. j Mountain View. I Moi-sr.viN Vinv. iVt. ".The family of ; 'James IVive, ol Iowa, arrived last Satur day and are delighted with Mountain View, They will kvate hire permanently. K. J. 8vva(Vonl, of Salem, sxnt a couplo of days with his brother J. 1 Swathml, a short time slmt?, and was very highly t I'li'ju.l'vl nun (nugnnttuui .uounimn view Wllsonvllle, Mr, Parnell soli! liisttMi new tract here for Monday, the ,Mh, to Wm. Wade, Kv erylHHly wants to come to Mountain View, and are willing to jvay for it, A number of Mountain View neonleluok Wn.soviii.it. Oot, S -lWcsor Rork fa- ; ,ie cushion hi IV.itUml tt. wfc j Our jmhlic school began on the Mb under ; the able management of Professor Johnson and Miss Aggie lioattie, the attendant be ing about one hundn'tl, James Htvkart is buiUliiijc a tine and com modious atltlition to his residence, wltirn vorel us with one of his famous lecture t'ri tlayewning; but the attendance was wr owing to a misunderstanding tMiuvrning the time. Born, on the 5th instant, to Mr, and Mrs, I.. .Myers, a son. Many of our villagers attended the fu- 1 will add greallv In Its tfvxhl ui nearamv nml neral of Timothy linker at rieasant Hill, i c,tin .'nieii.-i He passed away on the 4th instant at the age of eighty-two. Vkno, Stafford. Stafford, Or., (Vt. 12.-People are get- Mrs. Henry Jackson Is visiting in eastern Oregon hoping to benefit her health which has been greatly impaired by chronic asthma. Another evidence of the growth of Moun- Mr. 0, W, Oraee, our enterprising mer chant, who was also proont. The alliance la profcrvaslntr, finely and wishes all farmer and laborers to come and join it, , Mrs, 1, L Clarke has the prettiest bnhy In our town, and we think she woultl take the (treuilutnat the I'orllaud exposition, Tim. Oi.vhkh, Or,, tVt. 12.-We come this wet'k with the sad news of the death of our esteemed friend Mr. 0, Hogers, who, after much patient sullering, died Saturday, the 10th, with heart disease, Mr. Hogers leaves a w ills and twochildrcn w ho haveth heart felt sympathy of many friends, tleorge, th elder sou, is seriously allllcted with the rheumatism, from which we hope he will soon recover. Mrs. Tlnnerstel is visiting friend at Mountain Home, Mr. Ollck ami wife, of Missouri, are visit lug their children here. We understand they are well pleased with the country, and we hope (hey will conclude to make their home in our midst ('has. Moran has his new bam almost completed, Oeorge Orsce is laying in the largest stock of goods that has ever been in the store which he sells at very reasonable price. Mr. J. Ileesoit gave a dance the 10th. A f gtKnl lime was reported. Mr, V. Klelnstnith and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a new daughter at their place. I.a. T--T.FTrT-T(rlrSE5lI?, to 1M trout Kttwt. I HARDWARE NoNliwMeru Agenu lor Ptullaml, tUvgoii. I'enier -DUwetul,- -Lanes- bi'i'ttti'iit Ttittleimilh Vft. v'Vrv .ttn'iTlT, m,,inr i,u- atlver nimIi , Hopo. (Went glh Onwont Wotlgos (warruntwl) 1 A 8 l'rtH.f CImIiih. Aicmlo Fi!'H. Ltg,Uor.s ami Wood Chopper iSpft'lnltion. Orogtui City Agont, t'l t u,t . tine almost discouraged over the potato ; uw ls ' '''! "'at Marion Parling, erttp this vear, prices lxing so very low. pn,Pr''t0' 4t "ur steam woodwork fac- Mr. Havid McAr-hnr and his'dausliter I "T " T'"8 ''l'" for his work, Maggie, of Central Point, gate Station! a PKnt K.ng felt want by visit Sundav last. i adding to his shop a nrst class American ','.'",.".',.. ., . . j feed grinder, and will from this time on tie Mr. t.Delker laid up with rheumatism, j rund , Um ,(, fof Conrad Schrailer, jr., is building a new i feed either bv the sack or ton. Turn. house. He expects to get a bird to put in it ooii. J. A. Sauer has biugh a horse, harness, and new hnggv, and is as happy ai a lark. We Cx. II sir 1 1. j HtJti.u, Or., (Vt. 13.-The harvest is (over and has been gtutd all around. The j rains hate been light so far vet farmers Marquaia. M taiji'AM, Or., Oct ti,--Karmers are busy digging Kitatoes, gathering apples, and pre paring for their fall sotting. Miss HatUe Starrett, of Silverton, com menced a term of school at MartUam Mon day. Miss Cecilia lliglcy, of Salem, Is teaching the Thomas school. Scttral Maniuamitc are visiting th ex positional Portland this week. Sahorn Jack Hros. startetl their fwtl mill Monday, and will continue to grind for team or wagon i but not so well for Mr, l.a hour, for his wagon was nearly an entire wreck when the horse werv stopped, We are sorry to learn of the departure of Misa Susie lieichwviu from Mr. John llartman's, where she has been stopping for the lt mouth or two, for her home In Portland, Clackamas County Jurj Ut. Folloiii)j ' a list of the jurors ill aw u by the I'onntv clerk last Tuesday to aerve at the term of circuit court beginning the first Monday in November, being the id proximo, together with tno piecinct tn which each resides: FJIIott Pralne Kitiorr Prairie. Oct. 12. Plowi potato digging is the ortier of the day though a little too dry to plow good. !,.. ....!... .1...:.... .1.. ...!..... T.....l.... ,.l.,., :.. . 1l ! 1 .1. t .lie 'U. II. Hilling ,nc nilll.-( Ull lUl'BUaj ,'..,. , , and Saturday ot each week, uuprovetl. t nut mckiinr. ii inin; b itn . g and . lilv ah i ,r , rei airin l ho ntnit. ic t ut the onler of thedav. Mr. V. Pnrtl )m ht I'dll .t.uu.l.. .. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ross went to Portland ,i f,t i, ; f,...-.,,.. mnvi in,,, niiiw (Kill, .UTS. Port! is improving in health. I 1-ester. Shipley and family just returned j from a pleasuce trip to Corvallis. They j reptirt a pleasant time. J. L. Bennett and R. H. Randolph were last TbnrMtay to visit friends and to take in the exposition. G. W. Killin is building a tine residence on his farm. We think he will hate it fin ished in time to give a thanksgiving dinner and invite ail the neighbors. Sehamet had rented A. B Brown's P. L. farm. Orrin Coldren is talking of going back to Kansas this fall. Levi Erb is busy w ith his clover butler. L. E. Fast. Pleasant Hill. Pleasant Hat, Oct. 8. Threshing is nearly over in this vicinity ; the machine is now on its last trip around. Mr. G. Vaughan is very low with typhoid iever -Mrs. M. C. Graham, of Jtewberg, is visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Zim- walt Mr. J. X. Wood baa gold hi hops at the low figure of five cents per pound. This is a bad start and we hope others will not fol low his example. Mr. Ed. Baker's youngest son is very low "With typhoid fever. Dr. Giesy, of Aurora, is at'ending him. Quite a number from our vicinity attended the Newherg fair and report a very pleasant time. Mrs. V. S. Young took the blue rib bon on grapes, and Mrs. Marion Young the blue ribtwn on her outlined bed spread. Cncle Dan Baker, another pioneer of '52, passed aw ay in his seventy-ninth year Sun day, Ihe4th, at 12:50 P. M.,and was buried Monday at 3 P. M. Beatkk e; visiting their old comrade, L. II. Calkins last week. The former and Mr. Calkins had not met ttctnr. ioc thv n...! I,. ! Vicksburg, Miss., in Sept. 1SK3. They were formerly business partners in Wisconsin. Our school began Sept. 21 with Prof. Elmer Watta as teacher. Mr. Walts is a graduate of the North Indiana normal school and baa very tine recommendations as a teacher. He is giving the best of sat isfaction here. Our quiet little hamlet has been somewhat excited for a few day by the rumors atloat of the great boom our sister burg North Oswego is going to have. Mrs. i.. baton is in Portland being treated for dropsy by M rs. Dr. Ford Warren . She is improving very fast. Mr. and Mrs. Brown, of Portland, spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. A. W. Ship ley. Born, on September 21, to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Whitten, a son. Hazeua. Beaver Creek. Beaveb Cbf.ek, Oct. 8. Miss Martha J. Penn.an, of this viciiyty, arid Charles Hin ton, of Portland, were united in marriage at Canby, on the afternoon of October oth, by Rev. Lowther. The young couple im mediately went to Portland where they will reside. Their many friends wish them much badness and prosperity. The sawmill company known as Criteser 4 Co., has collapsed, and several parties are losers. The mill has fallen into the bauds of Joseph Cahill. Georee Rider has returned hoaie from In dependence. He contracted the typhoid fe ver during his absence. Sliss Agnes Thompson has been secured by the school directors to teach the winter term of school in this district. Hurt Adams has gone to Portland where be has had a morbid growth removed from one of his eyes. 1 ne apple crop is a good one, and the cod lin moth has not done damage to as greut an extent as last year. Clackamas county sc.-ms to be poorly represented by exhibitors at the Portland exhibition, which ought not to be. Native. Marks Prairie Mai-.ks PiuiRiE, Or., Oct 1.5. John Daley hat j,;.rcha.,ed a farm on the Molalla and mot e l his family there. Erank May and Frank Hilton have moved from the Marks fan i to the place vacated by Mr. Daley. Farmers are nearly done with their po tato harvest. The crop is not so large as it was expected to be and the price is also very low-twenty cents a bushel being of fered on the prairie. A man named McCully and Ed Graves, hot'; f.r whom had been drinking, got into a row last Tuesday. The fight seemed to have been sought by McCully and during its .i-.eress T. Graves took a hand and punished McCully considerable. J"r .k Moore will leave fur l.lu ),,.,., "'":ri in a few days. James and Archie d will go east in about two weeks. " " ill return here. ml Mrs. P. Gilliam recently came "sntucky and took up their abode ' ' !s uncle, James 11. Dozier. They Mi--II... Th- I fi". wi" Molalla. Molalla, Or., Oct. 6 Our locality was tolerably well represented attbe Butte Creek Fair. Robert Baty carried oil the blue rib bon for the best team, John Shaver re ceived several premiums on his Hereford cattle. What a county fair old Clack amas could have if she could be induced to waken up and see what her united strength would show in the aggregate from the little mites all around. A great many people expect too much and do too little for the en couragement of our county fairs. What a pleasant and profitable annual reunion the people could have If they all would "get there" in earnest. Dr. Alexander, deceased, is missed very much among his patients and many friends, he being one of those solid men, honorable and matter of fact, and a conscientious physician. The doctorjwill not be forgotten very soon. Mr. J. J. Herman has been very ill with pneumonia for two weeks. The Sawtell Bros., recently from eastern Oregon, are building on the Ira Moody do nation claim. Samuel Engle, Esq., is leading off on a great improvement In the way of a new plank fence about his premises. Mr. Ingram, Molalla's gardener and fruit evaporator, is now handling the pippins and pumpkins by the tons. The engine pur chased from Barlow doesn't run much, hat ts there on a blow off. W. A. Shaver has a force of ten men log ging up his thirty-five acre patch of blank poles. Miss Mary Ridings is recovering from her spell of illness and probably will soon be about again. Miss Anna Garrett, who was poisoned with cocoaine by a Portland dentist, and has been in a critical condition for so many months, is now recovering. Dr. Brewer, of Silverton, has been attending to the case. Now comes Dr. Hargraves's "Dipsocura" thirst cure for liquor, tobacco and opium, without a single failure to euro. Mrs. E. Shirvin and her lumber, Mrs. j West, went to Westport Tuesday, where I they will remain about two weeks visiting I relatives, j The water question I again being agitated I by ourcitisens. The facts In the cs are i very conclusive that plenty of good water is I very essential to our low u, and the sooner the project is put in cflect the better, j The new M. E. church at Woodburn, I which is one among the finest in Marion county, will he dedicated Sunday, October ! lXth. One of Mr. If. L Skirvin's son shot and killed a porcupine on their farm about one mile from town this week. As these animals are very rare in this state the sight ol one dead was quite treat to some of our Web- footers. Mr. M. Whitlock, a much respected citl sen of this place, while on his slock ranch near Elk prairie, was handling a vicious bull on Monday the 5th instant, when the animal became unruly and by some misiiap struckl'ncle Mitch, as he is familiarly called, on the leg below the knee, breaking the limb In a most (rightful manner. He was taken to his home on Butte creek the same day, and at present Is resting quite easy. Mr John Ferguson and Misa Annie Thomas, both of Soda Springs, were mar ried on last Tuesdav. Mr. Henry Long has about completed Ids new residence, which is a mell planned and tasteful structure. Jacob Miley, fanner. , I'nion August Kullemier, farmer . .Tualatin John lsilan, fanner Canyon Creek 0 W. lla-rta, (armor Chcrrvvillo ! lV'tinia O'Hrien, farmer Oswego Alln-rt Walling, nurseryman Oswego t , , Kisley, limner Oswego i David l oder larnior. , Needy Reula'ii Wright, (armor ,.lrpor Molalla S. M, Hamsby, (armor . .I'ppvr Molalla t II. Foster, fanner New Era W. 1 Davis, farmer Oswego A, O. Kruae, fanner Tualatin J. A. Switle, (armor I'pia-r Molalla W. . Sawtell, (armor Upper Molalla A. W. Fauci" , latw.icr Oregon City ti. A. Kiniie, (armor Needy I,. N. Huffman, fanner . , . , , .(iartleld Jacob Corber, sr., lurmui, .Harding A II. Wing, fanner .Lower Molalla Enoch Kong, (anurr Maniiiam J .M. Drake, fanner Maruuaiu W. W. Myers, merchant . .Oregon City Mark liobbins, fanner . .Msrqimiu U.S. tiihson, afhiMil teacher .Eaglet 'reek K. D. Wilson, merchant .Oregon City Fred Uliihn, farmer .... .Heaver Creek Kobt. tiamtiiill, laborer , .Oregon City Pt'iij. tlalstvad, farmer Damascm J. A. Thaver, (armor Oregon City J. II. lloiing, farmer Damascus v, f. wiMiwKr. ft i iiirrtm WIMLSCTttSlltllTHIti; UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS I u..wir hi.h! at (ifii!i a in! Caskets kind South ol I'ottlaittl. Also cloth and Metallic Casket furnished to older. l.adie Huria! Kobe d lient' lllirial Kobe ill (tt.a k. Also Waguu nml Cnmugo Making, llorno S1hruij nti.l (;,,, oral I'llai ksittitlting on sliuit iiotico. City View Market. BOYER L LACEY, Proprietors. whoi.ksai.k am i:i:r.ii. dkai.kks is Fresh 1M, Mutton, Fork, Ham, Ilacon, Lnnl IWThc last of MKAT kept aiul riitisfitfiimt givit. VEAL, PORK, and PRODUCE Bought. Shop on SKVKNTH STKKKT, nt hca-I of Stairs. JOHN DUFFY Oregon City Express No I. l ight freight and parcel delivered to all parts ol the city. order wild f T Iltrlow. QUEEN BEE II E S TAUll A X T ! and LUNCH COUNTER. Meals served day and night. 0ytr and Chops in any style. Side entrance for ladies. Mis sTHsrr. - 0BBUON CITV. Clarke'. Ci.AKKE'g, Or., Oct. 8. The farmers of this vicinity are preparing for fall wheat sowing. Mr. H. C. Ringo has sown one field of winter oats. Mr. Greenberry Kogers has been quite ill for some time. We had a surprise party at the residence of Jur. CLa.'i. J.loian lu.4 evening in honor of Miss Grace Moian's birthday. We had a very pleasant time, and among the many present we were glad to see the face of M r. Win. Grace, of Burner, Oregon, brother of M.vbmI-am, Or., Oct. 1.1. -Quite a number ol our farmers are shipping their fruit green to Portland where they realue a better price than when dried. frank Cormile killed two deer at one shot with a rifle while In the mountains one day last week. Mr. Tubert Hook, of Moant Angel, has capped the climax on producing two ol the largest sweet potatoes ever raised on Web foot soil. They weighed i and 3J4 pounds. They will be sent to Portland where they will be placed ou exhibition in the "Oregon on wheels." The Birtchet boy returned from the mountains Friday where they bave been hunting for the last week. Three neer was the reward for their labor. We acknowledge a good slice. The M. K. quarterly meeting will be held at this place, commencing October 31, and will continue over Sunday. Sheep buyers are quite frequent in these parts. Farmers are realizing a good price for their sheep, which proves that a good herd of sheep is very profitable stock to raise.. Professor M. V. Rork organized a Farm era' alliance at this place last Saturday, Thirteen were admitted as charter mem bers, and quite a number more express themselves as desirous of becoming mem bers. A lamp belonging to Mr. A. V. Davis ex ploded in his barn last Thursday morning when he was feeding his horses. The hay caught (ire in many places, but by the cool- beadedness of Mr. Davis it was extin guished, not, however, without burning his hands severely. Dos Qcixotk. BLACKSMITHS. Wagon Work, Machine and Gen eral Repairing. HORSE SHOEING InTTrST CLASS SHAPE. Shop oa Main treH, opposite P. II. T. A L. ( tallies, Oregon Clly JOHN A. BECK, THE RELIABLE JEWELER Corner of Front and Morrison, PORTLAND, OREGON, IS STILL ON KAKTH. For general repairing he stands without a peer. For flrHt-c!aan, re liable goods his store in second to none. Try him I FARMERS, ATTENTION ! You will aavo money ly takrutf your MACH INERY to Tlio OM'XiON CITY UMMf WOItKS FOR REPAIRS. Tin beat of material umhI, nnJ mm but akilli d labor employ tuve Us & trial ana nee u our jiricea ar not an low a th lowest, kl work guarantoral as n.feiMntoI. All work ilme !.roitittIy, Stwci ( 1... I :.i ii... tii i i juub siK-uuCTi m nun. mi ui'iny. aii anniH oi Machinery Supplies Kept on Hand. Canting furnialM-il. AgmiU for War.l ,t Itraily'n (VK-brattkl Ant Friction Metal, ami Morrison's Self-Lubricating J'acking. .jajii JiuAiYfc A' tu., rropnetors. Shop, 5th and Water Sts., Oregon City, Oregon. Near Login A Albright' HuU hVr Shop, jJHICLE EB CST'D TO Bt'V i eei Makquam, (Jet. 8. Onr setiool is pro gressing nicely un.ler the management of Miss Starrett. C. E. Young of this place is on a husiiiess trip to eastern Oregon. The daughter of O.W. Hcntloy who has hecn very sick, Is improving under the care of Dr. C. B. Knight of this burg. We are glad to learn of the convalescent tate of John Ifarttnan, one of the pioneers of Oregon, and father of our genial mer chant and representative, E. M. Hiirtrnaii. Professor M. V. Kork organized an alli ance on the Oth after an interesting lecture on the banking system, lie is an able lec turer and well .jiialilied for the position lie occupies. The teuins of Messrs. Adams and Labour ran away on the 7th. Fortunately for Mr, Adams no damage was done to cither his The Best Place in the City O Bt'V CIGARS, FRUIT, Confectionery, ETC., TO., IS AT Q.C.CASLER'S STORE, Next Door te Mverniore'i lintel, ICE COLD SODA WATER AND FRESH FRHIT IN BKAHON. Tin: i ii:wt tiMix. WOOD TURNING SCROLL SAWING. BOXES OF ANY SIZES MANUFACTURED Parties dimirinu Wood Turning, Pat terns, Brackota, or Shop Carpenter's Work Will beHuitod by Calling on Mo. Doors, Windows and Blinds TO ORDER. a-. U. BESTOW, rOpp. the Congregational Church oa 1 Mail Jeweler, do I.IMI'OhTKK Of I ANt I'K. Al l H IS " Idiamondb, Watches, Jewelry, Clocks and Opti cal Goods. iu.j mm wreut, Ai-ar Mnrriaon Ht. Ladic' Trivate Kntrnce Ujwtftirs. tmi'Klta Utov TIIK t'OPNTHY HOI.K'ITKD HO FOR MOLALLA! BOBBINS' & SON: Have opened out tlie largcHt Stock of General MERCHANDISE Ever P.rotiKht to Molalla. DRY lur H, k ciuhrnot-ii imilM Hue ol (100DH, GROCKRIKM - . .. CROniv'KIIV IIADIIWAIHT HOOTS fviI!!' HATS ('AI'S, J.AniMHan.l (iKNTS FURNISH ING (iOODS, TOILET ART1CLKH ictp j ' ' Agoiitelor KNA11-, 1JURUELL & GO'S. Complete lino of FA KM MA C 1 1 1 NEK Y- Full SLrf of Bimliiijr Twin nml Oil. HighcKt juifo j.aiil fur all kind of PRODUCE. flWOivui.Hu call. ylH1 will 1, fairlvdi.alt with. Olir J I , ' -''It.. . , , . , , t .... ,r, inmnfMf'-' vnpr I ..: . i;i-'mJ J.Ui '.