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lVibliMlied Every KrUUty.
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M Iicr.K 1j A LiA W 1Vm. Vj,
l"l BUiftiKRS AM rtiOl'RIKVONS. - . - - .v.
OFflCUL FAFER OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY-
Kiitered at (hip Post orfle In Oregon City, Or.
KM SCVOlhi OtHSS matter.
FKHUY, MAY 20,
roa m jciv.t,
F. A. MOOKK. St
n. AmMiv oknwaw ;Knln n.t "l.tfinliinit to Hunk tor
L. R WKBS1KR, .JacloBvin.',l,,'""lviw'" " l,pl,' V'V
roaowasssMAX-Masr wsTaux w 'm' 0' ''wlaHfg. it is tnor-
BIStiEK HKKMAS.S, Ro urg. " Wain that they not swallow the
ro ciaonr Ji not, ! ri,lu-l'," "" ,,, -'mity howler
T.A McBKIPK Oreou City , ',,,,, ,,r,h rvu-i ,," l1"!'' to aolion.
n MKTfiiiT atiokmy. j M,v,t,,r "' lwl'l-' followers woul.l
W. S. BAKKKTT HllUboro ra,w tMr in n,,1.v homir if they were
GORDON' E. HAYES regno Citr
JOEL F. EKR FtearaM Hill.
A. S. LAWTX Caneroah.
1IKXRY JEWELL Hlghlamt
via corKTV coMMissioaita.
Kb BAKU SOOTT Milwaukee
KU 0. MAP POCK
GEORGE F. HOKTOJC
a M. RAMSBY .
J. O. VVKTHKKKU.
roa si nvsvi'K,
roR Sl'VEHlXTSSPtStrtr 5CHO"M..,
II. S. tiUSON Clackamas.
J, C. BRAPI.EY
K. I. HOI.MAS
'l'br r.aierprUr cuaritntcei ll
rimtlaiiou more llixu double the
combine! cirrulaliwa ol all other
pn jMrs ! tiarkainas raaal).
REFl'BLR'AN CAMPAIGN MEETINGS.
The republican party's eandidstes for the
different leSia(lTe and county efltees, sad oth
ers, will ad,lrcs the people upon the poliMrtI
issues at the timt-s and places hereinafter
SODA ?Pt,1X(iS. MAY 20,1 P. 11.
B- (tor-Ion E llnyes. si,1in-e Smilh. A. 8.
Irvser, R Sr-m, Juitge Johu tV. Meoiium And
1-. A. 1 (.arte).
MOLAI.LA CORNERS, MAY 21. 1 30 P li.
By Gorln E Hayes. Sidney Smyth. A 8
Presser. John W. Not-le, R. Scott, George C.
Itrtovnell. W m. W hilhkck, Geirge O Kiuearu
.r.'i I'hirles H lmn.
MHLAI.LA UKA.ViiE HAI.L.MAY 21, T SO P M
Hr lior.tt u K tlsves,
Presser, John W. Noble,
Sidney Smyth, A f.
K. Si-ott aud Julge J.
NEEPY-iSPECIALh-MAY 2S. 7: P. M. '
Pr Georife C. lirownell. Hon. II. E Cni. ,
John w. -Noble, S J. Oitleaby, k. acott and Sm
A Smiih i
HMhl.AND, MAYW. 1S0F. M
ByGord-n E Hayes. Sidney Smyth, A S '
Presser. Hon H fc Cnw. k Scon, tb-nry i
Jewell. J P tieer, A 8 Lawton, 8 J. Oglesby. I
VIOI.A. MAY 2i. 7 SU P M
By Gnriinc E Hayes. Sidney Smyth. R Scott, '
J. P. Ueer. A Lawton and Henry Jewell
SPRINUWATEB, MAY J5,1:P it i
By Gonlon E Hares. H. H. Johnson. Shiner
Smvih, K Scott. Judge 1 W Meldruui and
Wtu T Whlil.ick J
GARKIEI.P, MAY 26.1:30P M. I
By Gordon E Hayes, Sidney Smyth, J. 0. i
Wetherell. H Scott aud S. J Oitlesby.
EAGLE CREEK, MAY 2ft, 7 P U !
By Gordon E. Hayes. Sidney Smyth. A 8 I
1'rc--er. rt.n. u Ruierson. K. Seott. J P lie. r.
A Liwtou, Sum A Smith aud H. U Jliu- :
SA.XDY ( vso C1IEKRYV1I.LK isi SIEVE1I3,)
MAY 17, 1 P M
By G rd. n F. Hayes. H. H Johnson. J. P '
Geer, A s LMli'ii, ll-nry Meittrnm. Kieluird
.--ott, Wiliim T. Whitloek. W 11. Pk-keus and
Hon. James Tracy. Muic by Click nifts brsss
AMACfSfASDBOKINGS),MAY.l:S-iP. M.i.,,. . . , . ,.,., ,'.,,,.,.
PyG'Tilon E, Hayes. H- II Jnhnn. .t. P. ;
Gtr, A. S. Lnwt.iu, Henrv Slel-irum. Vfcu, T. i
B. h. t'aiifl ami Geo. C. brownell. Music by
oiiEiroxnrv katt urA.y. .itne i,i :v. m.
T'v ilrn ,i' l,a K. Crirde", (ord-ii K, H .ivoh. ttn-l
U V. ji'ib.ii'aj cUiiiUdies. Music by'oreyoij
"J"htr?e a: fistibllrn mctin''. All nnMti
vitit'i i tUieii'i- t ccniuiUtec itiRtniftf rue to
BtT'inire for j-dnt d.-hif. in : Werm pinct in
the cxiiiiy: tin.--f pui'M-t- nutl iJelMlcw to t: Hr
jhux: h.'twceti ine liiift-rviJl C'Hin'.y commit-
.i fi rifrrit, r?i u lit" j -thii j i u
There is no desire to itfuit n i-iint ne-
. (he rtU-ivf nte-Hihiis bciiif iDUeneutitoi oi ,
"inl delittte tiieetiui;
liEO. C. BaoWNELL,
Ch'n Itepuhlican County Centrnl i.otnm.
It Makes a Difference.
It make a ?reat dil!erenre whether men
change their views as a matter of honest
conviction nr merely shilt about to catch ev
ery breeze that blows. A man may change
but once and I uen to severe criticism or
lie may mike scleral changes ami still pre
serve hi.-, hoiioroiiil the respect of )ii.i fellow
lm.'i). It all i!e.ciids on the motive of the
Gordon K. Haves, the repubiican candi
date for utale senator from 'larkamas coun
ty, had the misfortune to he raised a demo
crat. When he went out into the world for
himself he kept conliuuallyrunning against
facts that would not square with the theo-1
ries of the democracy, and about four !
years ago be left the democratic parly en
tirely ami allied himself with the republi
cans. He did this at a time. ben there wa
no prosct of his getting office and there is
no reason to suppose that it was not a gen
uine change of political beiicf. He believed
in republican principles and could not con
scientiously act with the democrats. Since
Ilia conversion to republicanism he has
been an unseltish worker in the ranks and
lias proved himself a good citizen rather :
than a mere pomielam
W. A. S-arkweather,
candidate lor senator,
the peop e's tarty',.,
11 i i !
inakes even blin, hardened politician as he
isj, wince when be had to face it. J J is career
is accurately skcn hi-d on the sevei.ih pa;.'e
of this paper. Coming; lo this country a
free soil man he joined (be slavery demo
crat because t!ii;jrtt.-iii:d tu he in a n.a
jori.y, aflerwatil joiijn,r the r'ptibii'.-dii
pai ;y for the san:c Oi-i.ii. p-.t n oflc ti
Ind.'i times and whtnotl.re li'Jfl Uiu 1.6
shifted apain to independent, bavl: lo rcpub
Jican, then ptohibitioii, and again democrat,
and finally people's party, at all times stem-
j Iiir to U iroverned solely by his abnormal
thirst (or ollice and not Ixvaiua li had any
cmiivU lions whaieur as to (lie principle of
the party whose banner he was II) intr. V
may respect a man who is governed by his
1 hound, convictions thou)!h we may not
liev e as lie does. Tin- ot these two
, candidates standius so sharply in contract
' onclit to leav no doubt lit 1 1 to minds of
t,a,lil'f v,,,tfr wiw t wiiy
; sue man for the people.
IVl't larlj Campaigning.
j" If the " information" bring disseminated
j by tli people's party canvassers in this
' county is a lair sample of the doctrine or
: thai party it is no wonder il already idio
ign or decay, it tiie tanners aw rw.lly
i to be comnartvl with the anarchists. Yet in
ronnwoiy anarcuiMW mmnip nave
j sentiments more (oriRn to the Renins of
our institutions been utter.sl lliau at nuvt -
! '"tP1 1'omluctett by the nominee or the peo-
; pie's party for Ciincri'sstnan from Ibis ilis
; tru-t. Me has a habit of piciurins a heart
; rpiuliii); i-oinliliou of alttiir? a.-il they exisieil
! at the prvent ti'ue and then deducing Hie
' conclusion that we would all be justified in
; usiiij! dynamite il relief should not he af-
fonled accunliiiic toourown nolions. " You
would use dynamite, wouldn 5 you ? tsa ra- ,,la,,iion ordenial of the charges of unlaw
j miliar form of expression ued by him. j fu ,) iUons .xm.luct in hi oltlce. .
Anothercanipaiciier would make rail a ays
I carry passengers, at one price lor any dis- j Tnk new Oregon City council lakes hold
lance as mail matter is now carried by the if j, M.a btismess. There Is really a
.government. He even d.vlares that Hi i tmvH-ct of some municipal Improvements
railroads do carry n ail matter tor the same j i,,,, ,01 ,,i, sbai this vear.
. priiv reganllesa of distance, w hich every a i .
ione who reads pa-rs knows to be false, t lT t),i on the day Columhus land.il
i lie also savs that nine million farms in the!.,,,.!.- ,lire of the new found mntiii
I'niied Stales ane mortgagel for tifteen bil
lion three hundred lilly million dollars,
w hich a moment's rtlleclion will i-onyiiii-e
any one is a mi.Tul'tus statcinent. Nine
million farms with the very moderate esi.
mate of a family of live for each gives us
fort v-five million people on the mortgaged
farms alone and leaves only seventeen mil- j
lions for all other occupations and the un
mortgaged farms. Agniu, asKiere w ere but
four million farms in the country in lssnl
(the ot1Ui.il tigures for l n' ui not at hand i
at this writing) it is scarcely probable ih.it ''
there are nine million now tinder tnort:itc. i
I These are satnp'es of the misrepresenta
' lions that few aonle call "thinking."!
Many new and siartlir.g things shown up by I
j people's party campaigners would not be so !
I startling if they were true. j
The RaiiKaroo Ballot. j
The Australian ballot law is a great bun- j
atw). Ho much has been written and sni-i .
about the iutriracicsof voting under the law '
that many voiers are almost scureil out id
the notion of voting. The Portland Ore- j
gonian, a masterly mixer of things it Jm-j (
not like, is laigely resaiusible lor the pre-1
vailing idea that it is a tedious job to pre-'
pare a legal ballot for voting. i
The law is not by any means a model. '
Much of the election machinery provided by :
it is cumbersome and needless outside the j
large cities. But a:iy one of ordiuaiv Intel-1
ligence may prepare his ballot correctly in j
live minutes. A lot of sample bill lots pre-,
ciscly like the olllcial ballot, except that '
they will lie o:i colored paer, will be ill cir- '
rulatioti ten days or two week before the
election so the voters w ill have become en
tirelv f;imili:tr wi;h the form of the tii kct.
The voter na-eives one otticial ballot troin
the judges and he must immediately retire j
to one of the booths and prepare it so us to ;
express his preferenee. Kai li oltlce is clearly j
sK-cilied and alter the name ot Hie otticc. the
ilirectioii is given to cancel the names he
does not want. The IclmI nencii is nrovided
to leave unserati !it l as many names as lie
Ueiititleil to vote tor one fur slienll, three
tir rt'iiru-'eruauvi'M. cur. ine ranci'iiin i
done in the jiiain, old-fa.-liioncd uy hy j
draiv & the (K'licil ii.-io.-s tho na:nc.
Tlmre i.i a good deal ot ciimlrome for- .
nuili'y for cairliil.iti' and o:lii e; s to oh-crve
in the ircara'ion of the hallot, but when
it reaches the voter his dutv i ainii'lc
though the ticket be a vard Ion,-. At the re-
cent elecliun in this citv (Mn-htct'f on the
I Au.-lra!ittii plan there
plan there hut one illegal
ballot tu.-t in the whole city.
Tiiekp. was spawned upon the political
situation in C'iai kamas county thin week a
liver bearing the modest signature "J. H.
Way." We do not know that Mr. Way
wears any imnre.vhe titles hut we crave
to append a suitable distinfiuifihim; mark
and would write it thus: "J. II. Way, I).
B., ASS." The liver hysterically calls
upon the voters to defeat Jinx Hanishy for
the recurilcrsMp because lie happened to he
on a jory that lailed to award Way m lare
a sum us he wanted as damaires, Itut two
things need be -aid of this. Kirst, the al
legation it coi. tains as to the amount Mr.
Hamby favored is a bald lie; second, if it
were true it ban no more to do with the case
tlia" t,ie 'lowers "'at bloom in the apnng
This particular Way, it may be ob
served, is not the straight and narrow way.
Ix bp.t-KRF.ni.-K to Shcrill'Sainson'ssiiriiik
ing modesty in I he matter of taxes we refrain
Irom civim: his amount this week ami with
profn-e apololi-K to the baking powder peo
ple we present a comparison showing the
relative amount of taxes paid hy each of the
candidates for the shrievalty in Clackamas
county and also the tax paid by the present
W. Canong, deiu,
. , ,
A- 1 1 1 1 4 , people's
W. W. II. Samson, present incumbent i
William (iodnould, pro. ....
This comparison is bused upon tiie olllcinl
record and may be relied on as being accu
iiiui Mr. Miuhlock nor the republican I
ilM f; ir.vx Jin i ini.fi in u' v Jin tip; l
i j...;, i. : ' e...;rf,Mt of HlreriH'anr-T:-.
i . . , ' i:.: i. ;.-) rej iiiiiii ;,:) nn: il
o". i e l'pi,r li'tectfi bv any cnniii!
of men oilier than its publisher.-) ai
scribers at large.
Thkhk l probably no other country on
the face of the earth where labor troubles
, are nion constant and iw'i-Uikm than In
, trance. And r ramn liai tn laiKvst per
capita circulation of money of any country
! in thoild, l3.I.V In t'tiba, where allans
j art? very ynainble, there l a ciiutation ol'
j J-vS.tvS r captia. Itcljiiuni linn f. 11.7(1, Nclh -
! erlands f.li.OA, t'a itf timxt Nop. .!V
j th ritKi stt mw h fan-
ada f'.l.t!ani India t.rt!. Chili turn 13
and llu adjoining slate of Itolivia but I'.'.TV
it is toolisli to say mat tne prosi-erity of a
' people dcm'nda on lite amount of money in
j - . i i
j Th it effort of the denmcrals to excite tho
j prejudices of nationalities ami drag them
illU, ,he ottllv,, i v-ounty oukIu to r.'
j ,k.h that party an.l it probably will.
Tin- tirrmanji havi- bvvu ll tvpnwviitvl in
a,t wm p rlm.t . Sl.tuills Knight
m jthoepp were Unit f.ennans ami Hie
, ftVM;M ,vmty uniuiv.ionere arx) tier-
,, nt , r, 0 th ballot
: x , ,wll,iry il is as tree American
ciluciinJ not as nieinlwrs f iunign lan
i Tioi.oof Orvcou woulj like to uet
1 their hamls on one Oywulurth, who a
abroad in the land last fall e.XlmliuK mm
bombs. The remarkable etlleieuey of his
plan Is shown by the fact that he vt oil ln
dvnaniilu dow n in Texas and all the ruin In
tbeclouds has been Tallinn in rKu.
Wk sror the prsa to announce that
Slum! Samson has not vet sent In any ex-
there was not
a single snl-xui open in all
KEITH! .10 AS BATTLE HYMN.
lUtt to lh loyal. brre. n-.t frr.
Who (1an-i 1 tlDw frtmt to vtnuil,
For ttiti uU hfvru boru Mtwrty!
Tliroi))t, many ft tterv ami blmiy (ray
Th "grauit M artjy' rarvet Ua way;
A inl thfttrry tuiirr tit -at today
Trtumpltant c;r Ihclaml.
Kiw, cimrtb,' In yn:r ijlorious tnthl
Ouv mor to bat He fr th r'irhl;
I! thr arv lhtm by the way,
Au l wolvt a that ho I (u rrut the prey.
There ar rr u$A from f rn u ttti,
Atol tome -oh, tvfrlailiit hamc!
Ate nativv tMirn. ami mmt to hUm
Than tho0 wnu know n m what thuy hatt)
Wouhl lift ft ttfutH raling hnml
A(mt th .'t lawi of our Uu4.
Ay. there are trve araoii them dre
To ptamly, opvtily dtHMare,
That our immortal WantiHitttou
The patriot who rofusfd acrowu,
Though t.ffrrvl In the jhm ple a lnv.
And hale them kneel to h?eu above
The tntKhty hero, grmij an.l pure,
Wh'We IeeU in hUlory'n annuls uliine,
Whirte itfe an-1 love were h (If ttvlue,
Wttof fame will evermore ei!ure
I placed by them upon ft par
With men who urge ft aenaelcaa war
A it ant the rich, called " ftiiarrhUta"
Oh. what ft wtifut pllichl 1 thU:'
8hall we aee Freedom't upbuild light
iMrkcneiS for aye by dynamite1
Republicans! your country calls!
Hue bid you apritiK to end tho ttriie
For Justice th rotted lu Frecdoini hall
For bonwr. liberty and life!
The grandest p irty 'neath the Run!
Ky all the gullant deeds yo-'ve done -By
all the record vt your pal
Wlthout hl'd from rlit to latt
Ho arm ye for the billot fr,.
That thtMe, our fo, nuw over boh!,
Before the cl'wtnx of theihiy.
Like beaten cum, ahall liuk aurny,
Ere scarce our victory li told!
Bertha MartyX Uibko.t
May 10, iMtt.
The .National tiuard.
The annual ciiat for niai-i!.'iini"ir the I'ni-
ted -jtales army is alio ut llin)"! cr man. The
annic.-i of Ktirojic co?-t from ahoiit f i.'i't ;-rr
man in KiiKiand to jlS in lii-ia, whiioour
organized mililia costs less than f.'l r man,
of which the general government contributes
one-sixth and the stales livc si vlhs. (diners
and men give their services free (except ll
nominal pay while in camp) and contribute
for uniforms, traveling expenses and other
purtmses, an amount which probably ex
ceeds the amount puid hy the states. The
Dr. Year gal u Has the Case.
Oaieooie Citv, May 13. (To tub Km roit:
Please correct the error in lust edition in
which you state that Dr. ('aril was given
charge of the Ilimmeler case, lu Jus
tice to Dr. Vcargain I wish to state he has
been in full charge of the case from the be
ginning and my connection with it lias been
in consultation only.
Faithfully yours, W. K (' wiu,, M. I).
Dalfas News: Senator Hill's case illus
trales the danger of one being drowned
in his own boom.
Huston Herald: The anti-Harrison move
ment is still on foot. What it seems to
need is a more rapid mode of conveyance.
Chicago News Uecord : (Jov. Hoics's boom
makes an impressive appearance mourned
on its new six-foot driving wlieels.
Peoria Tiai. script: For a man v, ho it
was claimed was politically dead, Uncle
John Sherman shows great .-ymplo.i.s ol ac
tivily and vitality.
Minneapolis Journal: Col. Vilas of Wis
consin is cultivating his whiskers liir a pres
idential boom . II' Cleveland is tint nomi
nated both Vilas and Whitney expect to he
rapturously named by the convention.
It is said purlins on Upper Noitli Coon
r ,.r L iii;,,,, ,l,,,.r ,.,.i .. , ,i
iat nm,lb,.r f bides were, latc'y
bioujjht to Mai'sblii
below. Tho ninlter
Id for slii.mi-!it
wiil pi'obubiv be
liiMihl b'.'f'no liif: paud j ;iy,
ki'lin'.; deer or liitvinx- liide
pij.tc;i:.i(jii bad belter look out
in 1 io n I
111 tll'Jir i
NEWS PROM BARLOW
DIM Kill ui ri IK.It VN HAI.I.V I.ASl'
The l'u.ldlug lilv(r lituid Mitller mul
tho llottrU of Tntilc Ncm or
IIakiow, Or., May 17. Ott tlm arrival
of tho evening train on tho Ulli lust
soini) twenty ctiiulhliitc and orulors
woro grootoii by at least 4tHl janipla
ami tlio Aurora brnsa bum! romloring
tin' old funiiliar air "Star Spanglo Han
nor " The cruwJ a cacortcil to Ibtr
low's, hull led by tho baml. Tim bouse
was cuIKhI to order by tlin I'oin
tiiittocnititi J. I. lWior who piHinteil
Casa lr. Harlow aaclialrttianol tho meet
ing. Tho iigiain Inclinloit niusic
by tho bund, mi aibltcaa by Hon, (lot
don K. Hayes, music, inldrves by Hopiity
District Attorney A. S. Diossor, nitialo,
adiliraa bv Mr. tico. C. Hrownoll, chair-
limn nmiio i-rnirm column u-r-. w nu hub
followed by Jovl 1'. Oner mnl ft mimUr
of oilier candidate w ho conllmsl
thcnisolvea mainlr to cuiintv all'aira.
Tie miHdiiiK then adjournal itli three
olnH'ra (or tho ticket (oIIowih! by ttiusic
by the hand.
Tine Kot'TK Ptti'initii l'iMi. Th com.
ti.ltu. .piHiinUhl by lbh.wrl of trade
consistinv-of Win. lrvin. Win, Harlow.
( T. Harlow met the Huttovillo commit
tee, Mcasra. C'otitf, tier, ami IVnta, at j
the tioMisldp line where It iulcrws-ted
the- lloon'n firry loail ami proci'mlwl
nlong tlif lino to the I'lnbling river ami ;
from there to I'-ailnw. The diataiiceli
but two miles, whereas now the round
alantt wav in nix inllca. Thiv ileHidid
on the route as la-lug the moat practical
ami lens cxs-isivc and will liuo.c a joint
petition linniediately ami report at
the next Imanl of trade mooting ami j
recommend the nnite. No doubt atcpa
w ill 1 taken at once ami we look for the
-o ur. T.,e
t'anby lamnl of trade are invited to I
prow-cut ut thia niet-ting whu-li will la of j
intert-sl to them as well a Harlow, j
I.A.HU Sl.K Isi ar iNit So far thia ,
e.ir sales of icnl estalo far exceed j
t Hose ol last year ami nearly every day
sale are. recorded in Harlow A l o's.
ollh-e. Tln-m are lew places in Oregon .
or Washington where hind can It' Ixnijli! j
it the same distance f-oiu a railroad
that Harlow C' are now ollcring at ;
f-D to f:it per acre. It is safe to say j
! thai then will not bean aero left by i
I fall at thost prices. j
j RmnStoi-s tiik (i vmk, The Auroial
'ami Harlow ball teams ui'conlinj to dial- J
' iiingn ciiine t'-gclher on the diamo.nl '
north of town at '2 p. in. Sunday ami so i
far as pluveil tbcv bolh slowed them-!
solves toUi pre'ty evenly matc'.ieil. Tho ;
st'orcstco-l live to three in favor of Harlow. !
If the weather K'riuils they w ill come j
togcihcr on tin) same gioumls ut 3 p. in.
I'koi-ius I'Mtrv On last Monday
evening there was as usual a huge crowd ,
attended the people's party meeting!
held ill Harlow's lull Stark- j
weather nrutod for a solid hour ami a
half relating bis past experience w ah the '
two parlies, democratic and republican. '
PkM'm avrir H.h.i.y. On the 2ltli of j
lliismoiithiit7 .ini p. in. the dciuocrals '
will hold their rally in Harlow hall audi
it is expected to km a very enthusiastic
ru eting, as preparations are Is-ing made j
for a big tinio and a lingo crowd is ex-
pet ted . j
H O. Httckintui of Lombard Invest- j
tiK'tit C'unpany was in town this week.
II. Tluiuips in '.I tun linn of Milcliell, I
ltww & Suver was in town this week
and regisliucil at The Koetiler
J. DcYoung of lll'nois has) purclmscd
a small tract of beaver dam land and
will go iulo the onion business exclu
sive')". West Shlc Nines.
Hov. fiiluun Parker uml wif made
tbti school a pleasant call hint Thursday.
The large" pupils of tho mthool hal'i)
purchased a jroquutle But un-J plitasaiilly
pass the iiitmnii;ious playing; Ibal pop
ular giiine -
The teachers nml part of the pupils
visited tho warship llallimoro Saturday
ami the entire school is promised an ex
cursion to visit it the lirst of the week.
The enrollment at the West Side
school hits now leiiched one hundred,
Three new houses are in course ol con
struction on tho hill.
Tho Waldiop children will givo an en
tertainment at the HaptiHt mission
Chapel on ntixt Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs, Itrudley, Mr. and Mrs.
Brooks uml Fannin Brooks till slnrled
(or Cloverdnle, Oil., on the ovurland
Miss M(iuiii) Brooks was successful
at the teacher's examination liist. week
and is succeeding admirably with her
school in tiie iirmimr district near New
Kin. She tcpoits forly-flvn pupils en-
To meet the duiiuuid of the tnulii (J. A.
N'.ihIi luiH put in the finest class of
musical goods over biouuhl to Orison
Cily, violins, jjui't urn, accordions,
harmonicas etc., all of Iho very bent
uiiikt: and which will be hold ut I'orlland
piicns. ImiII Htock o hIHukh. Orders
by mail pioinptly filled,' liemeuihei' Urn
Idacu, ut, .Ml.dl 3 juwoiiy HUtlV, OppubllU
Clianiiuu Iji'oa. block.
Park Place Store,
Aro uflor ytmrjtutronngo, and ly givinj,' you ltd tor vuIuoh
for your monoy tlmn you van got olsowhoro, jtrontmo to liuiko
it an iiKlucoiuont for you to give us a fair blum'ofyour
Our rilH'KS dofy I'Dinju'titioH, ami our customers aro
daily finding out that iiioiioycaHboHiivod by trailing with uh.
Just uhiiihJ job lot u( itiiHal syrup,
Men's, Udics' an I Child
ren's sIhhs which are sell
ilia fast I ' ailso of the cx-
I u pun tea, lmr Iti , , , ,
I Arluicklea col Con 2 R,
, !, .,,,.. i
t liolcn mix
j trium) low price a which j A ,)tm,
( tliy rt marked
atSf fall ill lltnl Mit our ilifjiluy
i lino of Moii'h itinl Hov'ti Hlrtttv hittM.
' i II i 1 V I J Li PHHAf 'IMIP
! V H 1 ' J tlKJ 1 llVJl Xilli
WATCHES U K( J U 1. AT
No. 103 FIRST ST.i NEAR
VX ImnlA nflirAiin
"BOYS WILL BE BOYS,"
And consequently tho clothos thoy wear
must bo to stand tho Rough -and Hard
usage that only a
BOY CAN GIVE THEM.
Tho soams must bo staunch and truo,
double stayed so that a Tug of War
wouldn't rip 'em. Wo have just that
kind as a matter of conscionco, as a mat
ter of prido and bocauso wo think thoy
ought to bo so. Wo aro just as particu
lar about thoir Fit and Finish as wo aro
in our Finest Garments for Men.
Tho Ono Prico Clothicr3 and Hatters.
AT HIIDKOCK I'KICICH.
A FI'.W HINTS:
Men's Wnrldini Shoes, roin II AD up,
Men n Plni- sheen from U.7-' up,
Aud n lull linn id bsdlcs' nml Children's
Hlmt's pist as clieni.
A. J. Lcvvthwuito,
t iiiiiiiii ri'liil Hunk llhiek, OliMillN ( I I V
CITY VIICW MARK15T,
Boyer &. Gale, Props.,
Wholesale and t'olml Be ilurs In , .
Fresh IJocf. Mutton, I'oi'lc, Ihuii, Bacon and Lard.
THE UEST OF MEAT KEPT AND SATISFACTION GIVEN,
SHOP ON SEVtNTH STREET, AT HEAD OF STAIRS.
,.. I.IhIii mils nr pair..,
V. ! wai ranteil I
.1' JUS, l 111. Bnil .Mil
,'. ' 18 yds. u u hi each.sl
i . ....... i
j,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,or. I mtlni
' jAproti liiuii, IJ yds.
111 yds. heavy shirting l.tk)
tif Milliimry jjihiiIh, Ullfi titir Havitll
PHI T VTI VWUW lMTL'li
VWIUI I H 1 UVHIVH I'Jl'.
K I ) F K E K 0 Vi ) 1 1 A It( J E
MORRISOV, PORTLAND, OR-