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KIUDAY, JUNK .'III, Ihu.1.
bHAT AUOUT TOWN.
I'rlrwi llm loww.1 Tim HimI Front.
Mjhtkii. WihmI c!ioiiH)m by K,
inker, rwitrrxlor, Orr-u-m City.
mjulmol K. I1.. lIliMiiiM tliti gnx nr.
Frank IIUlikliiiilili who In Uwii
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('(m.iiiiy F llu, IVtJiiMd KnlcrUIn,
('uiiiimiijf K or Portland.
n Hi L'ntl, of tltl month C(lin.ny V
lour yimrn of aga .mi without tny
knowh-.lof lliat fnot Company K h.l
rrm.un.1 to jmy tl0 Cimin.ny hxru
IniiiKllwUlton tlmt nvLnliiK, It Miik
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How lo pniM'rvB Irult without nllii ' '! lo K whim tho eompi.iili.ii wore
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,....., ,,, ml limp iiidimjii
two y-r K(. Afl.ir short drill t tlm
IlllllirV lllll Hu.mlu
lwk,.f..r A, UrJInj, fur ., tln, ,u,k.l .. .,,,1 wulUi-l . tti whllu
-fi "-- . l'r K to m.nl, In. ,.. uiHjn thulr r
jThl ll',y' t tontwl rlvl ""y wr duly ulut, afti.r
lJniii ilurlrK m'U'. Mil on I w,'l,-l' K dlmnUwil ami ,a ,.m.
.-. inuuiin two l'OlllilKN WlirB KHIII III
llm nililat ol miinmU-il eoiivi-mittlonii, to
tirw lute old camp ciimliiliiri( unit
lormliiK Mm. Allur mi .Kr...ll half
hour nt In thin munmr K wui i'm1I.hI
tomuuilloii kin) wnnt throm.'h al.orl
j 4 i. 1 wi,,'l. y lirnt clM wnKi.n : drill, tlmlr iimviiiiiit lining (rwlml
il W'!" 'orkor. Iti.i.rtiiii tlvn . with In-arty applaiian on sivi.ral ik chhIou
pni t ii'ui f my work M. AIiIk-m Tim virIUiik uieinl.ii Ihiwi Uxik tln'Ktnm
),ri'Kin City. ! lur Imlf mi hour ami attunlm! llm m,.ii.
I Un..'rl.i('-'ic.'." uiih.,l.l..r..t it ' "m nmrinlorn will, whh h
l I, ll.ilniaii Alt mrk giinr- ,t"' hy thin liimi w flllud,
tllwil. 1- ilr mU jrt.tir ll Iouiik" r imn h plrn.iiru hy ll,(.r nxcclh-nt mow
Ml,u...imy ml limy will I gmnUn !iM,ulth8l,,.dy, coiiilmIvb m-iiun
I ihoMrn In uun'hliig mul in thn xi-cutioii
Tlmlxnl .iuo loluiy yiiurlMiyipii.,y of Ilia mmiuul. Tho nklrmmh drill wn
IBiwurkpru fur llm Fourth lint Foul, i mrtiiulrly una cuimidi'iliiK tl. ninull-
Ulivra you III Hud lh noinlfil 'rm kir iiom of thn mom i-iiiniimfd with tlmt to
1 .i . .-L.-. II- I- I : l: 1 I .. . . I .
p in iiib'pi, no i i i'-imk uui inn wiin ii r. uiKMi lo. At IU :.Hl tho llii'lll
ik clirp. j hfr of Imih i-oiiiptnli'it ri'pHirnd lo Ilia
J. II. lUlnlrom who li.ft rhmiinof tl ' '"rt,t '...Uurmit wlmra rre.lm.i-nl.
ri,lk....rlondlv1.ioii of (ha Union m"""1 'l"" nu,,lll4,r '
)-..i(k In 10 .Uv'i Uy off mid I. vi.it- ,,,,,u,"",, '" Thrn. U- lwv
LlrUd. I.rr. mid m.kiriK linprw. r'"1 rtllii fur Mrh utl.r be
LriiUion hi. d..-a m 0k Urova. j Uwn """l'" F J F rn.d the iikmH.
j - i lug Mutulu iiiiiig (Ktiicnlcd thin fi-cl-
I M.ik llo.'ll Iim U-Kiut work 'or Ui : lug iihww flrmly ili.n M. lnr- it did
) ul ..!. KWlric r-nnp.ny md on Tu- mm h lo mike tl.a imtivlduii luemUrit
''r"" iK tron mo mi-time, of tie ro,,,,,,,,, wtnmiil.-J with t-h
.en-Kiilnr tiioiorinan w wiu ii.iik mul ,t,. Con,ny , ndr Ilia cmiumnd
.irudinu l.lin. M.k will umka yc,,.uiii Mru,n w rapn'M-ut-d hy
l Uiid f..r lha r.mipriy. ' 3 fine l.j..kiii tnmi who came out not
IJVtur Wt-iiw wlm h Imitr l.-n (m- 'w,ly '"",l ,l,a Ixiy hrra hut lo
r rlmini l-r wImuiI liwn In lying at tlm hvaa liumand th.-y m-irt'd to :a
V,ri!iiidh piulina prwarh.un condl ' h-"l"K " '' "' hi' uliy of tm
:.on hat iiiK iMM-nalrlrknii with two rn-l j lr"l' 'hrir npint lo tlm iiietiilx-M of F.
paralytic lroka within a ahort ' ,U r I'm -hurt drill tha nii-m-
mf , oi noiii roinpitiiK-H nirni-u inriii-
' rlvra Iiium. in the "uhoHt daiire" with
'ui.ti la li.-r.-hy (liven that llmm ar i,proinilu iiiuhIi- providi-d. llm old hall
imli on hand aulll. It-lit to pay all out- frt,ry .h.n.k and tha .l.linol tlm a.:U
mliMK warraiila eiiil.mnl lo date. , t4im kept im-rry limn. AfU-r nuim-roua
ilrrmt (' w ith date of thla llullre.
F. J. bmia City Trramin'r.
ttrrrfi.il City June ?J, IH'.ill.
1 A. Chaw, of llm Willmnette I. mid
inpiy ha ut had made tlm fluoul
ill tune eiiiiraving of the fall which
At the n-aiilence of 1'cli-r Smith in
uvrr Ut-n ifi'tlen out and it will U , Iigan, Clackmiiaa county Or.rfon, Wed
wlby hincunpaiiy In dv.'riiing their ,,,-inlay eveiiiiig Mr. K. II. llawley mid
fJl"ly, j Mi Allie Smith. It.-v. (iilmau l'arker
Tli orati.m at the c.-iehrallon at oHU Utiiikt- There waa .iite a company
h.K.aU-r on Ihe Fourth will U de- 01 ""iivea gallieren lo wiim. me
tre..y ... (iilinan 1'wrker of thia cereinoi.Tiin.lt.) partake ol u.e iionnu
ly. Slrl1rk.-rd..n..,n.tral.Mlhla ahil- M (li"n"r Tl,,'rt, ' numlr of
ftud.-l.v.-rwrouii.lj H.e.l. when, in 't.ll valuahlo pr.wiita -
uiilvayrar ajn he reeiiuh'd at a l"Wi-d
m,nt' notl.-e and tilled Ihe omtor'a T'"" 0,,n I!'10 re of ,,i,,1Jr
, n-f.HH t.-.l of Ihecommuuitv. The bride-
! griwin In-Ihk theaon of 11. ( llawley,
Ulin who enjoy m-eimc goo-l name j . .... ..... ,....... ... j
V hall will I delighted to learn lhal ,,, .,, j,.,..!,,,., of !',.,, Smith
.UlllH.ya have extended to them a I,..,.. i,ril iBrm,.r. Kvervthing
iillnvitti,.ii to be .rea..nt at t'" , w.uit "merry aa a marriage boll." Many
knur, on Saturday to witneaa tho l''y L s,g w,.re eiprewn-d for the future of
ieen I urtlmul and tlm iiouie team. : ,,,, .. ....i tl.nv aiart out in
t .... i . .. ... " v '
.ur.iay I. lamea .lay w i.en me lair ih.i ; wi, ,)rilt tMllet.u hefuro them
to the Kroit.m nl
rheera lor earh other tha vUitura left
ahout 12 o'rl'K k on the Young Amorica
with Ihe Im-hI wUlu-a of the hoya here
fur their rtiiilln.u-l pnx-iierily,
ili 9 ailmilled
rami itmid free of charge. It all the
The flrin of llruckelibruuh A ('owing
wWndiamilved owing to llm govern-x-'it
apMijntmeiit which Major llrock-
hhrough haa received and Mr. T. F.
'jwinghan taken Into pnrtiieridilp with
mi l.ia M.n, V.. II. Cowing, who w ill
h-rei.fi.r he uhhim uIoiI with him in tha
n.hiit o their cxlcnxlvc and auc.-eHful
t'u lini . tl.H u.iverniueiit lund olllce
liicli will contiiiun to he a NHcial feu-
'"reof their biiHineaa.
Thriiopliy In Oregon City.
Pr. Allen tlrillllha, Tacillc cHt lec
turer on Theoeophy.who ha- been giving
lecture in Portland will deliver a free
lecture in PH'a hall, Fridy evening
Juno :t0. Subject "Theoaophy and
Helncarnat'on," Thia aubject ia crea
ting coiiHiderahlu interent in literary and
acientilli: circle and Pr. Griilithe i
ronaiderml a ttood exponent of tho
Hamilton A Vanhburn are pnyinn tho
luglii'Ht price lor grein, hay e". et
l POX THE DIAMOND.
Allmny Hcoopiillie Home Tcam-IHith
Hchool llcnti the Factory.
Tho priMt week ha been devoted
largely to baao ball and 11. la city lia
mm II nl.are of tho aport aHhough the
league guinea In which tho homo team
look a part were played in Albany and
reaulled In a Ion on lioth Saturday and
Sunday to our boy, ciiUHlng (hem and
tl.ejr hacker much chgin. The rum
hy inning on Saturday were a follow:
Albany 8 03300000-fl
Oregon City 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0-3
Stolen ha.- Albany, 8; Oregon City 1.
Kurn. d run Albany, 8; Oregon City 2.
Struck out by Mdircevy, 8: by Greene,
I. Paxmid bull-Stanley, 2; wild
plUdiea Mi tircevy, 1 j . (ireene, 1.
Uinpirea, lloyt and Well.
M. tireevy, the Albany pitcher wa too
iwift for our Ixjy and they were unable
to gut onto bin atyle. Several of our
hoya were minting crippled hand at
the tinio of both guinea whkdi wan not
calculated to improve their atyle any.
On Sunday matters were even worne
than on Saturday and Oregon City only
lacked one of being abut out while their
coinetitor had 111 to their credit. The
trouble Minn to I that the team here
lack a good pitcher, one who i atrong
and practiced enough to vend the ball
home w hile tiie hutmnan ia getting him
nclf together for the atrike. Thoae who
have tried the box thu fur neeiu too
light for the place, noiwitlmtandiiig the
fuel that they are good player and well
lilted to hold down other r.lacea in the
game. The run by inninga were a
Alt.any 3 0 0 4 8 0 2 1 1-19
Oregon City 00000000 11
Frrora, Oregon City 3; Albany 2.
On Saturday the bane ball ground in
Portland were in une for other purpoiM
no the giiine for that day between the
league cluba, Porltand and Inilccnilcnce
wa played on the grounn here and re
mitted in favor of Portland by a ecore of
10 to U. The game between the name
cluba in Portland on Sunday reaulted in
favor of the same club by a core of 10
to 4 Thia leave Albany in the lead
with Portland a good econd and Ore
gon City at the ail end of the string,
but in npite of their several revenu'i the
home team Is not diacouraged and aver
that they will yet tetrieve their loie
and give the other club something to
There waa a good crow d present at
the ball ground on Sunday to witnena
the game between the Hook & Ladder
company on one aide and the Fountain
lloe company and the Cataract Hone
company on the other. The game waa
hotly contented and afforded ninny
laughable incidenta which kept the
crowd in a merry mood from itart to
tlniah. The wind up -bowed a victory
for the combined companies by a score
of 27 to 2J. Following are the run by
Fountain A Cat.. .1 7 4 1 3 4 3 4 '-27
Hooka 040104 24 1-22
Error, II. A L. 18; F.AC. 20. Hit,
II. A L. 18; F. A. C. 22. Stolen base,
14 each. Umpire, 11. K. Stevens.
Feature of the game were Green's
slidinit, Khode' second ba work, Mc
Ponald'i handsome ruit, Potter's curves
apd Holman'e high water pant.
The high school club which is to play
tho fiiemnn on the Fourth engaged
a nine from the woolen mill at Gladstone
on Sunday and won the game by a score
of 15 to 12. Those who aaw the play
were much pleased with its fine features
and the good pluying manifested.
Mlnse Lucy anil Alice Flndley of New
Kr were In the city on Wednesday.
Minne Ana and Grace liairtl were in
the city on Wednesday visiting Mr. A.
Judge F'out who lia been under the
weather for the pant few day a i now
much bettor and able to be about again.
Mlsne Kate andFannle G. Porter, grail-
Mute of the State Normal School, have
been granted life diploma to teach by
State Stierintendent McKlroy.
If. C. Steven ami wife left on Tues
day for a week' viait at Seattle and
Tacoma and while there there will end
some time with their on, Hurley.
Captain Arthur Graham wa
threatened with a aevere attack of
j typhoid fever and had to quit work on
tlio Altona and lake a trip to the aeanifie
for hi heallh.
On account of poor health W. W.
Marr ha been for some time at the
ScuppooiMj mineral aprings. lie re
turned the punt week considerably im
proved by hi trip.
Mr. John Cran, one of the successful
merchant of Portland wa the gnest of
Major Tho, Churman one day the pant
week and while here tried hi hand at
(lulling at the fall.
Mr. A. 8. Dre-m-r was al Monmouth
lant week an interested sectator at 'he
commencement exercises of the Normal
School from which Iter sinter Mia Ana
Iiaird is a succeHnful graduate.
Min Fannie O. Porter waa in at
tendance at the commencement exer
cise of the State Normal School'at Mon
mouth last week and delivered the an
nual address before the alumni society
which was highly spoken of by those
Mr. P. 8. Holman who haul been
sending a short time with hi eon, Kos
wll, in hi city returned to hi home in
Yamhill county laet Thursday. This
was Mr. Holman's tint visit to Oregon
City in over thirty years and he could
not place the town an he then knew it
jtt all, and he was agreeably surprised
to Hud it so prosjierotis and building up.
with large industries.
C. P. Winesott, the undertaker, has
jurat received the finest line of cankcts
and Collins ever brought to Oregon City.
Prices to suit thoso hard, dull times and
will not Iw undersold in price
Coming on its Own Special Train
Europe & America's Consolidated Tented Titan!
Most Intensely Interesting Exhibitions on Earth,
SANGER & LEIT'S
Grand International Allied Show. Will Exhibit at
4 W$M RiTPs
BBW Cilf, TMaf, Mf 6.
Unparalleled in original conception of pre-eminent exclusive features.
Great double circus, monster menagerie, Roman hippodrome, oceanic
aquarium and congress of world's wonders. All nations' greatest arenic
representatives selected to excel. The rarest wild beast gathering that
ever invited attention. Only great show of marine wonders ever per
fected for travel. Grand convocation of circus creation! collected at an
enormous expense. , An acceptable innovation in amusements entirely
revolutionizing the efTorts of others. Everywhere acknowledged great
feature shows and specialty exhibitions. The very best artists of
America, Japan, Europe and Arabia. A sumptuous wonderland festival!
A rich, rare and moral entertainment for all. A century in advance
of all contemporary exhibitions.
Mr. Caleb Lane died at the home of
hi daughter, Mr. Y. K. Orem ot
Meadow Urook May 10, 183, aged 86
yearn, 7 months and 2. days.
Mr. Lane was born in New York state,
September 15, 1800, married in Penn
sylvania on March 19, 1839 and moved
to New York in 1835 where they resided
until they moved to Alaruakee county
Iowa In 1854, and to Crawford county
in 1884, where hi wife died. Four
children remain to mourn the loea of a
father. He was a member of the M. E.
. hurch for many years, giving evidence
in his lust illness that he wa ready to
meet his Saviour. Funeral service were
conducted by the Kev. Mr. McLain on
the 12th Inst.
The Coming Shows.
An exchange sava, the wonderful
horaeman, Sam Bennett, so far sur
paseesin intrepid equestrian feattt any
other rider of the past or present, that a
visit to Sunger ient's big shows would
well repay the investor of a ticket were
one to see nothing else than the brilliant
accomplishment of the wizard horse
man, the date of Sanger A Lent's great
show here is July 6th. Everybody is
on the tiu-toe of expectation. We'll all
be there to take care of the children.
Notice to the Public.
Notice is hereby given to all whom it
rnnn innMrn tltaf n.V wife MIIHa Ahn
Nicholson has left my bed and board!
without any just cauae whatsoever and
that I w ill not be responsible for any
debts contracted by her after thia date.
O. W. Nicholson.
Wilhoit, Oregon, June 2(5. 181)3
Don't forget the Thrilling free Balloon Ascension
AXD PARACHUTE LEAP DAILY.
Be on Hand to see the Grand Spectacular Pageant.
One Ticket for the Usual Price Admits to the Great Combined Shows!
One hour given in which to inspect the menagerie and the many
wonders previous to commencement of the circus and hippodrome per
formances. Two grand exhibitions and performances daily.
DOORS OPEN AT I AND 7 O'CLOCK P. M.
The Celebrated Pure Bred English Stallion.
TO HORSE BREEDERS.
The best colts are those from the pure bred English Shire Stallion.
REGISTERED ENG. 5088 AM. 961.
DESCHIPTION-Color dark brown, stands tbout &i hands hlfth, T3rr mnteuUr tnd
block y; short clean lefs, well feathered: strong broad bones and ueMes both strength and
suotauce: has sound constitution, good temper, magulllcant action, and has proven himself
to be a gooo. (oal getter.
PEDIOHKB-Fosled VS Bred bjr Joseph Grimes. Newton-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire
England. Imported 17 bf Ualbratth Bros., Jauesville Wis., Sire: Waiwork 2HW, he by Lucky
Ho; 14:W, he by Prayman, Fattnck's Dam Smller of Newton, by bold Lincoln 231. he by Ma.ohlesa
1M4, he by Matchless ttu. he br Active 29, ha by Farmer's Profit 873, be by Howard's Farmer
WILL MAKE THE SEASON OF 1893 AS FOLLOWS.
TIGARDVII.LE, Monday noon at Q. M. Bohler's stable.
From Mond.v evening to Tuesday at l'l A. M. at Frank Ford's stable near OSWEQO.
OKK.il. N CI I Y. from Tuesday noon lo Wednesday 10 A. M at Noblitt'l stable.
CLA. 'LAMAS STATION, From Wednesday night to Thursday 10 A. M. at Strife's.
SELLWOOD. Thursday noon at J. 8. Kite's stable.
PORTLAND, at Mever s Stable, No. MS Front Street, from Thursday evening to Friday noeu
and Joe Conk's, Cor. Fourth and A B. reels, till Saturday noon.
HOME FLACK, near Beaverton, from Saturday evening to Monday morning.
TEfjms-Season $12, due at end of season, Insur
ance $15, due uihen mare is knouin to be
fjj-Parties disposing of mares or falling to return for service will be held responsible for
fees. We will not be responsible for accidents that may occur.
Fred Boye. Croom. F. C. PAULI, Mer. Beaverton, Or.
h)R A FEW DAYS ONLY!
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY1
Henrietta axn.dL 08Llimeie I33ies Goods.
S1.25 auality for 75c; the 75c. quality for 45c, and a 25c. quality for 19c. Zephyr Ginghams 12c. a
rard. Special reduction in all white goods, Nainsooks, etc., now from 4c. per yard up. Suitings 12ta yd.
!5 per cent, off on all Ladies' Muslin Underwear. WE STILL GIVE AWAY THE SILVERWARE.
THE BOSTON TOIEIE.