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i.N IIINTOIIM Al, I Ml I) KM',
A Foniicr llclili iit of fhla City 4JI vr
IiilcrcHihuf It tit I m I mim' it
Wlllliini I'!, I low ell, of J.im AriK't'tcx,
Willi WUH HIIKMIK lIll'KUKKlN lit m in jf
rinl Tiii'H.liiy, in unit of Ihn oliltlniu nMl
ili'iilK of ()roii inl wnll known to Urn
oIiIit ill IIiIh cllv. Mr. Ilowiill
li, Ni'mnllnit lu Hi On-uoiiluti, Inking tin
Intrriml in llio Introduction of Hit licet
nuKitr Industry on till I'lmnl. In llila
tiimtilt I hi lit lnlrttii with llwirv Too
iiiry, of tliii Hud) )ckIi (,'iniininy of
fcwi Friuirlaro, mid a bvikIIcuIh of (lor
limn nipllallntit neck Inn a propur ligation
lofHiiililUh lout mi(iir fn. iury on tlio
K'ortliwi'Nt count. It In iroxtl to nir
i'Iihhu t li'imt 15,0KI nrti H of miiulilu
Imul, if nut In mm block, t Inial within
ntiliiiH of live mllra, mid llnn tu iik'K
In tlio ruUinn of IhId aul tlitt tnmuiim
Itiro of Niiuiir on n cxtfiiHl vn mulii.
Mr. Ilowi'tl wnn mrmtiiry mul book
ViH'r of tint 0. V. Mf(j. Co In IliU elty
from I Hi ,7 to I M70. It wua durlnu tlmt
xu Iih thai tliti fxcltliitf iiilltirul Mud
i'iiin!Kn. wild 1.. I'", (irovcr nn tliu ili'in
ocmlio t'limlidiitit fur governor, mid Jxl
I'm k it Ha tin- ri'iiililic,iii atmidiiril In'iiriT,
took pluiu. It wua liotly conixxti'il
Htriifjli, fvciy ituli of ((muml Imnlly
fulfill for, mrly Kiirit rniiiilnu lilh.
"Tim i-unii'iiiifn," Mild Mr. Howell,
" rami lo a i 'ifi ut Ort-uon Clly, with a
rriililii'Mii ilcnioiii.triih.iii, with (iimrui
L, WiHxUn t lut 1 r i iK-l mI ieuktr. Tlio
imivitK luid I'ccn itimlii 011 1 lii'up lulxir,
Mild Ht till" I'limilHJ inci'llllll (if llld mill
lfll it Whk H ilt) proof Would lie oltWi'd
to kIiow tliut (ifovi'r I old noiitilil to w ciiri'
Cliini'M' lulmr for I. ut WilljtiicttH millM
Hi Siilrtti. Tlii'io wa mi linioi'iim' crowd
prrm'tit, mul, diifliiK hla C'c, li, (iovi'r
lior WikmIh Hindi' tin ix'('li' rlmrui',
miylng tlml (irovcr, whilx .lea4inu in
(li'fi'iiito of wldtit Siilxir hud k'oii" to I'o't
l.md mid 1'ini'loyi'd loo Cliinunii'ti from
tlio Wnli Ki' Coinpiiny, to work in thu
Willutni'tlH mill', mid lie could prove bin
Mliui'iit ly Iknuc nijd Uljh JacoliH
mid hy W. K. I low ell.
"I jumped up on my ct tonH'iik,
when (iovcrnor Woodo fxcliiimcd tlmt
lie Imd llio tloor mid would not yield to
inn. (iovcrnor (irfver w intlinmidi
I'lucmid nhonl. d: ' Yta, he enn Mk,'
mul tlicti I told tliomt pri'M'iit tint tlie
tdutvini'iit nindo by WikkU mid Ilia prri
ti'iidiHl proof by tlio Jncolii wan fulae. It
ruliunl Krfnt I'ouitiiotioii, mid noon km
tliu nifvtitiu wm ovi'r, proiiiini'iit demo
rmti runlii'd over to tlio Kntkhi-hidh
olllce llnn run ly Tony NoltniT, and Ihv
foio duylitflit iVMKI nit were Ih'Idu
i iitlcri'd llirotiKli the country liy men on
liorik'lnii'k coiitiiliilnii tint lii bluck limd
liuoof 'Tlie Lie Nuil.d.'
" (irovtr wax elccti-d, and tliu rult of
tlmt intH'tinu in Ori'ttnn City timdii him
I'liilcil Mntc wimtor ullcrwurdn. I lout
my pUcf a ccictHry, and, aftir wrvini;
an wrciinl-it urnm in tlio l'-(illiitiirt(,
wont to Ciiliforuiii, w here I luive cinco
iiuido my Imiiio. "
lliinllnir l.rwIliHiillo Xuptliilx.
At Ilia, m Friday, Aiii'ii-l loth, Miw
Com U. Iliirdiiiu and Mr. A. .1. I.cwtli
wuito wcio iiiuirit'd Ht St, I'kiiI'h
church in thin city by Hov. T. L. Coin
rector of Trinity 1 hutch, Portland.
Tim chnn h hud been beautifully iloco
rated for the ixriiMiiin, tlio altar Mux a
Ikiwit ol white rueea and clematis. I'n
doriioatli an arch from which waa im
pended a Moral hoittt-ahoelhe happy cou
ple took their pliicea after marching into
the church to the etraln of a wodilimi
linn ill pluyed by Mre. K. K. Williama.
The bridr looked clmnninu in a rich
Krey broiidcloth K'mii tiiinmed with
cream laco with brown hat mid gloves lo
mulch. The groom wore the conven
tloiml bluck. After the perform it nee of
the ImproHKivo F'.iiincopul i-eremonv the
liiiuierotii friend present oirered hearty
coiiitriituhitnma, after which they, .in
company with the immediate relative,
repaired to the reaidence of the brido'a
parent, Mr. and Mra. II. J. Harding
where an clenunt weddiim Jinner waa
aerved. No carda were iaaued. The
unlit evening Mr. and Mra. I-ewthwaite
left for liearhart 1'aik to apend a fow
(lava of their honeymoon.
Tlio firemen are fcidinu much elated
over the bright proajH-cta for the tourna
ment und in 1 11 I mtM'tinx of the firemen.
Tim Biibocriptiona aro alreiiily luru
enoiilfli to iiiHtiro I ho aucceaa of the im
derliikiiiK in a flmtnciiil wny und enable
them to pay all pri.cH and expenaea in
ciihIi, The reporta from outaiile towna
are lo th i'llect tlmt there will be a
Itoodly number of compuuiea hero to
rompeto for the prizea. An attempt la
heinit made to have the Corvallia and
Lehiinou compiuiieH, between whom
there ia already Htiong feeliiiKS on ac
count of the content on the Fourth, moot
here and onuiiR" in the huh and hub
content touother. Kedticod fare hua
been aecurtid on tho Southern I'ttcillc,
which will alao return all upparutua free
The llawkma-IIolt will cuai hna been
on trial before Judire Iluyes for the liiat
two days. Among the prominent attor
neys from abroad engiiKed in this caae
aro Hon. Clco. K. Cbamla'rlain, linn. C.
M. Idlamiin, ami Hon. J. K. Weuthor-
John Gibson linn had prepared and
iHHiied a quantity of neat time card
folders for tho GladHlono cur for the
convenience of tho public.
A surprise party of little folks was
jjivon to Hurry Mulr Thursday afternoon..
The Head and Hovereltin camp of
Woodmen of the World aro In reaalmi
tliia week at I'orilnnd and the local caiiipa
tiiere ate apreudiui theiiifelvea to iiinke
tliu vlait of the leleuiitea an enjoyable
one. Itwitatlin wIhIi of the neighbors
there to v ImI t Oregon City on Tuesday
evening ami have tho (alia illuminated
and Willamette Falls camp undertook lo
eiileitalti them while licm. Tho vixiiing
neluhbora who caiiio on tlm Shaver and
theAllouii did not reach hero till half
IhihI ulliil so tlmt it was liiMt 1 ly ten
o'clock when the ten tlionxand candle
H)wer search llyht was turned on the
tumbling waters of tho Willamette as It
plunges over the forty foot precipice Inlo
the seet bing wutera below w hete the
hriuhl light uiU't the spurkliug wulers
made a brilliant scene which words can
ill portray, ami when Hie red lire coin
hilled with the search light canting a
liul 0 over the waters 11 it elbtct was
Alter the illumination the boats
landed ut tiie Kighln Street th k whete
the Neighbors wt re met by the loc.d
ciiiiip ollicera ami membera and the Ore
gon Clly band and otcorlt'd to Fulls Cltv
park w here an adlraa of welcoire waa
inadii by II. 8. Slrmigit and n-Hjioiiiled
to by Head Consul F. A. Falkenlu r
mid Sovereign CoiihiiI Coiuiniiinler J C
llisit, alter which dalicing wasenj ved
for a short tlmu. At lislf past eleven
tlio ilaucing had In la slopped to bike
tin l its back aa it was not ilexirabln to
In' out very lain. All seemed toenjoy
a pleuxunt time.
Lust Friday the governor and other
uieiiibers of tliu commixniijiicr appointed
to siiMrvia tho building of the llxli lad
der won) in the city selecting the iu ''
it. They found a location along Moore's
island which waa deemed suitable and
tnu first of tho week under tho super
viaiou of Mr. McCoy of Siileiti the Work
ol blasting out the rock to make an easy
grtiih was Itegun. It in thought that at
an expense nl alout 1,0)0 a flxhway can
bo tiudi' which will la lantiug and stilli
cieiit. The governor was In town again
on Wednexd.iy looking after the pro
gress of tho work.
.Miss Stella llacket, who has just re
turned from a trip lo Mount IIimmI, re
ports the snow much lower down the
mountain aide than when she visited
there two years ago, and says that then at
thu same time of the year ahe found ripe
huckleberries In abundance where this
season ahe found only blossoms. This
would indicate that lovers of the huckle
berry must look for their favorite fruit
this voir very late in the season, lower
dot 11 the mountains or do without.
On Tuesday morning a gsIlv number
of tho members of tho Congregational
chtiri hand Sunday school took I ho Altona
at nine o'clock for Camp More)' where
they enjoyed a delightful picnic till live
in the evening when they returned by
boat. Hoat riding, swinging, games and
a picnic dinner served to uuko the day
a delightful one, especially for the little
" You can't always just tell what your
bent young man ia going to develop iu-
1 to," said the girl tu tliu blue jacket.
"Now, 1 know a young in an, ami when
1 first met him 1 said to myself : 'At
lastl Hero be 1st A real live wan
without a fad.' And I was happy iu
the thought that ho wouldn't talk foot
hull or tboonophy to me. lint it didn't
tako 1110 long to find out tny mistake.
Of all tho fads I ever heard of that
man 'a fad ia the very worst.
"Ho does tricks with cards and can
juggle things," continued the girl in
the blue j.ickit, iu her eyes grew blight
and her chocks pinkish. "At luncheons
he fishes his handkerchief out of my
id ufl and tin da hia gloves lu my jacket
IKH'ket. If you hand him a glass of water,
hu'll turu it tipsido down and ask you
blandly why the water diHwu't run out.
At liome ho makes lifo miserable for me,
and when he gKs away I call in the
girl ami have her sweep up tho rem
nants of tho teacups that he breaks'.
Ho balances parasols, guitars, vase
in fact, everything that he can find ou
the end of his nose. 1 can't do any
thing with him. I am trying very bard
to iiinke him angry so hu'll quit call
ing, but be ia so nlwurdly good natured
that I fear I shall never succeed." St.
Iluller mint Fslhvr Itjan.
. When General Ilutler was in com
Diatul at Now Orleans during tho rebel
lion, ho wits informed that Father Kyati,
priest ami poet, hud been exprenning
rebellious sentiments and hud auid ho
would oven refuse to hold funeral serv
ices for adeud Yanki'o. General Cutler
sent for him In haute and began round
ly scolding lti in for expressing audi
nn-Clirintinn and rebellious sentiments.
"General," the wily priest answered,
"you have been misinformed. I wonld
be pleased to conduct funeral services
for all tho Yankee nflicar and umu a
New Prk'uus.'V. J.
The Troy Men 111 Lu 11 11 dry
Have built up a good trade in Oregon
City on tho merits of their work w hich
is giving general satisfaction. Give
them a trial. They pay express charges
both ways and give you Portland prices.
F. A. Wnddocks, I'. 0. Iltilbllng.
Laundrv loft at tho olllce on Tuesday
will he returned on Saturday.
At mv place three miles below Oregon
City on tho Willamette river, one black
pony, white star on i-ireheud, branded
"M. C." on left hip. Owner is asked
to pay expenses and take the horse,
J. S. Rihlkv.
For the next 60 Days $5 down and $5 per month
without interest will secure one of thoso
beautiful lots in
and soe mo.
An Artunulan Ltfcnd.
Ararat, ono of tho most innjestlo
mountains tu tho world, risen 17,000
fm't above tho vast flat plain which
bears its nituiu and reigns over the sur
rounding mountains. Karly in tho illum
ing, while all the valleys of Ararat and
the neighboring mountains are buried
lu shadow, the white top of the Scrip
tural mountain lcauis beautiful In tho
first bciiius of the sun.
Tho Armenian eop!o toll this story
about thu luhubituuts of I'liarbco:
Once tho devil ami a 1'liiirln o nuin
laid a wager lis to which should first
ice the sun. Tho one who saw it first
waa to Inn tho other's ears. "Vury
well," said tint Armenian, and ho l;iy
down and slept sweetly, whilo tho dev
il, itching to puiiixh his enemy, sUsm
looking eastward, and with eager eyes
watched tliu whole night for the sunrise.
Karly iutlie morning, tho I'barbee man
rose, and pointing to the top of Ararat,
which was already shining in tho sun,
cried Joyfully, "I too it!" The devil
was vanquished. The I'hartwa man,
with bis strung hand, boxed the devil's
curs. Ever since that time, the devil
has been afraid of tho people of tho Ar
menian villago of l'hiirbeo. Woman'
How many pcoplo know that out by
the Grocuotigh statue of Washington,
east of the cnpitol, ia vast and cav
ernous reservoir? Nut one in a thou
sand, but thero it is, down In the bow
els of tho earth, and covered de p bo
ueatb the smooth surface of asphultnui.
Away back in Ihothirtii-s congnsa pur
chased a spring over east of the present
site of Howard university. It ia now
at the bottom of tho unused distribut
ing reservoir. From it pipe were laid
to the capitul, and in a pond east of tho
building the water Mowed and was held
for the use of the early Bolons of the
hill. In 1876 tho reservoir was arched
ovst and covert In, but thero it is, and
If congress baa bcou neglectful of the
rity'a interests as to a water supply,
tha rsasou is not hard to find. Congress
has its own private tup. Tiju-s ruu into
the capitul, furnishing the boilers, cool
era aud water for cleaning purisatea.
There is an overflow pipe that runs into
the pretty little grotto below the senate
wing at one sido of the main sidewalk
and tinkles over the moesy bank in a
miniature caiw udtt. Washington l'uat.
Dfth of a Solid Man,
lriNCY, Mass., Aug. 1 . lohn Qtl'ncy
Adams died at Mount Wolliston this
Victor -: Bicycles
LEAD THE WOULD
Cash or Installment.
Largest stock of solid and cushion
tiro wheels on the coast from
if 10 to $30.
Give us a call before buying,
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.,
331 AVathington St., Portland, Or.
Don't Buck Wood.
It is hard work to cut wood in
the old fashioned way.
You will do much better to get
RELIABLE STEAM SAW
Elliott & Harrington,
Who will do you a pood job
with neatness and dispa ch
at hard times prices.
Drop a card to E. P. Elliott at
Oregon City, or J. N. Harrington at
Ely, and tho saw will call and do
GUNSMITH AND LOCKSMITH
Full Stock of Guns s Ammunition.
Repairs on all kinds of small niachines
jiMinilly niale. Duplicate keys to
any lork nmimfncturetl. Shop on
Wain Htrect, next to
B O L T O N -K-
-First comn, first choicr. For further particular, call
W. H. BURGHARDT.
3Dr-xin - Tile.
BRICK & LUMBER.
Tiling ia of tin. bei-t jual
ity and hoM at prices to
SUIT THE - TIMES.
Yard and mill four miles east
of IIuMinrd, Oregon.
No. L'"0, Morrison Street,
IS STIIX ON KAHTH.
For fzcneral repairing he stands
without a jieer. For first-class, re
liable goods his store is second to
none. Trv him !
W. H. COOKE, Manager,
Corner Fourth and Main Streets,
The LEADING LIVERY STABLE
of the City. Riics of any description
furnished on short notice.
AE S 0 LOTELY PURE DfUGS
OOMPITENT PHARMACISTS EMPLOYED
Flue PerrcmsrlES aid Toilet Articles.
Aim full itnnk of
!pa.iitts- oils etc.
Candy -: Factory
High Grade French and Home
Made Candies, Ice Cream and
Families, Parties and Sociables
Supplied with Ice Cream in
any quantity; rates reasonable.
Try Our Ice Cream Soda.
Tropical Fruits and Nut
Main Street, opp. Commercial bank
II. S. Cram, Manager.
Oregon City Dye Works
Cleaning and Repairing
n.Ai u.i- r 1 f. m.
Ladies' Work a Specialty
Shawls, Clnaki and Dresses Riven as good
au appearance aa new.
Feathers, Gloves, Etc.
Cleaued, and given any shade desired.
First Class Work. Lowest Rates
WILSON, WELSH & CO.,
Foot of Fifth St., Oregon City, Or.
THE BON TON.
Main Street, near Fifth.
A strictly first class resort conduct
ed under American principles.
1 All the Best Brands of Cigars.
EAST AND SOUTH
OUIHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Kxpress Trains leave Portland Daily.
If, r. M. l.f poriUiel Ar
7 K. r. . I l.r OroKi.iil-liy I.r
10: f. Ar S Frawltpo I.t
7 W r
MSIN'O CAHS OS OODKN I'.OfTE.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers,
Second-Class Sleeping Cars
AUirlic'I to nil through I mini
llOHKlll'KU MAIL Is!!-
I Jli.l. I i.
o:Vip. u. 1 Ar
Ir : T. a
!.r ; 7 : . M
Ormtniil itr I.
Weal Hide Dm1n.
BETWEEN POKTLAKD A.VIJ C0UVALLI8.
Mall Train. I)allr (Execpt Sundar.)
12-1.1 r. n.
Corrall ia Lr
1 i) n
At Albany and r'orvulllf connect with trains
ol Oregon and i'aciAc ltailroad.
Expreaa Train Iall (Except Sunday)
Or. M. I
TO ALL POIKT8 IX THE
EASTERN STATES. CANADA ASD EUROPE
Can be obtained at Invert rates from L B
Moore. Agent. Oregon City.
1. P. ROGERS,
Ai I G. F. and Pass. Ageut
1 111 U Ull
Omaha, Kansas City
Chicago, St. Louis,
UnTlTjHthe Quioket to Chicago
pUUrp and the East.
Quicker to Omaha
and Kansas City.
PULLMAN & TOURIST SLEEP-
ErvS, FREE RECLINING Chair
Cars, Dining Cars.
For rates and general informa
tion call on or address,
W. II. IIURLBURT, Asst. Genl.
Pass. Agt., 254 Washington St., cor.
Third, Portland. Or.
I Oregon Pacific Railroad
CIIAS. CLARK, Receiver.
A11VVV AV I(U1VI VA t JV I V .
Low freight rate between Wil
lamctto Valley points and San
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
Steamship " HOMER."
This Company reserves the
right to change sailing date with
For freight and passenger rates
apply to any agent.
CIIAS CLARK, Receiver.
Cha8. J. Hendrys, Son & Co.,
Nos. 2, 8, Market St., S. F.
Traill1 and h$n$$
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE.
Is prepared to make photographs
of all kinds promptly
FIRST CLASS STYLE
Ilahies' and Children's Pictures
Call and examine his work
At the Old NewYork Gallery
Second door north of Harding's
Drug Store, Oregon City.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
LOCATE l I1ETVEE.V THE BKIDttE AKO
Douhle and Sintrle Riirs. and sad-
Idle hordes always on hand at the
! lowest prices. A corrall connected
with the ham for loose stock.
; Information renr-Iitiif any kiri'i or
j stork promptly atterxled to by person of
horses Doueht and Sold.
I All kinds of Truck ami Delivery Bisi
; ness promptly attenile'l to.
Hordes floanleJ anil Fed on reason
' a'j'e terms.
1 So '" rsfu " l"litzhtful have bee
! t)ip pfllH.tg of "Moore's Itevealwl Bern
edy" niion the delicaie ai.nieiiiH ot
womankind, that Miis wonilerdil reme
dv lias been called " Woruau'sFiiend."
In a few Jones shows woinankiud its
KM'uliar virtiieB (or their ailinentti. Itg
effect are ei-ntle, swjthini! and uniforrn-
Hundreds ol testimonials iroin i:ines
ail over the coist bar wi;neK to iti iic
ces9. fJJT-dold by all dr'.icc!:.
is the advocate of the use of elec
tricity as a means of domestic
lighting, cooking and heating; for
commercial and domestic power
purposes, for. street cars, mining,
canal boats and the running of all
kinds of machinery, both light and
heavy. The probability is that
1894 "will produce
in the field of electricity, and evury
intelligent person should
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