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MU CHRISTMAS AT FOLEY.
Little .Nellie Honey 1i Im-1. and Her
Fattier was DTlsr W ken
tie Stare Lrt.
While the lov and hapiiliittt of
ChrlntniM time u prevailing In moat
of the home of (he valley, a ami eoeue
wii belli K enacted at Foley aprliix,
Ixty mllt eat of here on (lie Mc
Little NeW Ituney, aired Ix year,
(ha Joy and comfort of her mother,
who for many month pat ha had a
htavy hurdcii to bear, left (hi life for
Thetornv which eurroundud the
(regie endlnK of thl pure and Innocent
youi a life would not have Utm litem
iorrowful and lonely than (hey were.
Aa I well known (o (he peoplo of
Eugene and (he McKenzle, Teller
Huney, of the popular aumuier reaort,
Feley Hprlng, ha been gradually
growing wort from a fatal dieue for
a year or (wo pa(, aud for at-veral
nioiKh ha been rwlplM. The tage
driver who arrived here Hatunlay
evening from (he aprlng tatd that
mortification had t In and It wi
Dot believed that l'eter Kuney wo-ild
live until the reach! thin city.
Hli oofTl n wa then being iriado.aiid
he la probably dead and buried ere
(hi will have reached our reader.
Little Nellie Huney, who died
Cbrltma morning, will lie well re
membereJ by the people who annually
vilt F'oley. Sho had been nick for
eeveral week with a diwaxe called
fmtrld aore throat Hhe had apparent
y Improved, and on C hrUtnia morn
ing a mnall Chrlitma tr.-e which had
been piettlly prepared by a mother'
aching band but loving heart, wai
brought and dlnnlayed to (he little
euflerer In her nine and give her o
far a pratnlble, a happy I'hrUtfiia.
The little girl looked at it, a linired It,
and then fell back upon her pilhw
No one wa prem-nt to aympathlze
with the grief itrieken mother. None
of the kind neighbor who had come
at tiuie from the aettlementa below (o
awilit the fumily were preMiit, a It
wa lhough( the litlly girl wa con vo
icing. Onl; Hutler. the hired man.
was there to awUt In thl critical
hour. The only other child, a boy,
Klbrrt older than (he girl, wa lying
In bed (tillering from (he mme lln
ei m, aud (he hunluind and fullici wa
glowing (lying. Il waaan unvlpccted
aud hard blow to the poor mother, but
ahe atood the ted heroically.
A letter rwlvnl In thl city by Wm
IteiiNhaw tnt" (hat when (he new of
(he death of the child wa conveyed to
the father he fainted away Into un
cmnu'louaDNM and wa ntill In that
condition Friday morning when the
letter wo being written.
Mr Kuney remained at the limine
alone with her nick aud dead, while
the hired man went through the
now over a mountain road to the Mc
Kenzle Bridge, (he nearest ndtlcment,
Ave mile away for help.
The hut remain of little Nellie
Huney were placed In a colli n rudely
made from the native wood, and the
next day (akeu acme the Avenue to
the second knoll, where lh (tin had
teen tcraied away ami a grave dug In
(he frozen ground. There the body of
(hi pure and simple child, aweet In
the remembrance or all who knew her,
wa laid away In It la( reeling place
mid aceue unusuully lonely and ad.
The lait service were imple bit
har(-(ouchlng, (here where all were
separate from (he rent of (he world,
but In by high mountain and heavy
fcirentH, and covered with enow three
fee' deep on the tlat.
When (he stag left the lilto boy
was Improving and It I thought he
The heartfelt sympathy of the peo
ple of Kugmie and the valley i ex
tended (o Mr Huney In her sorrow.
Hhe lias paiwed through a Revere or-
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but being up constantly for several
Railroad News. A It II ioud,
one the prluclpal owners of the () (' A
K It It, i In l'ortland, and denies that
the M 1' It K own an Interest in that
road. The Oregniilau says: "Itig
utMldle have lien ollercd by Eugene
and Haleia for eiteimlmi lo
those cities, and according to
Mr Bloue, ' It may not he veiy
long before the road hat a
line Into each of those cltlee, which
would place the company lu a moat
protllable position. An extension In
lu contemplation from I'orvalii along
the western bank of the Willamette
liver to Kugene, a distance ol forty
lull. Ilv the latter part of
(his week (he company will
have (wo steamboats making
regular trips on (he Willamette
river between l'ortland and Kugene.
The steamer William M lloag Imn ut
lHen retltted at Htelleu' boatyard. In
thl city, and I already In service.
The steamer N 8 lieiillcy ha received
an entire new hull, slid will k in
coiumhulon thl week with a ncsv
name, not ye( decided upou. llo.h l
thrae steamers belong to the company,
and are flrst-clat lu every respect.
AllOvkra Tame Ki k. Oregon
tan: llama Protector Metlulr has
caused the arre( of Charlr A llurvk
hardt, of the F'rstiklln muikel, on a
charge of having elk In hl piwewlou
during the close season. This li tho
outcome of an elk's rarvna having
formed a part of the display lorCluUi
mas at the Franklin market. This elk
was born and rcaiwd In a park at
Seattle, and hl never bevii a free, wild
elk. It wa a et and win (mined to
go la harnees, Mr llinvkhardt bought
it some 10 months since to fatten for
his Christmas display, and he U much
disgusted with the result.
Tiik Chask t The t'hasn Slock
Co. was greeted by the large t house
of (he week Saturday irght. The plav
"Nugge( Nell," was presented with
out fault, and was eniiiiKiastically re
ceived by the audience. Thecomiruy
eUwvd a very successful week nod have
decided (o remain another week. They
received a lot of special scenery from
Coivallis today which they will live
I lie Kiigln and Hail tar ef (be
Koudiliunnd Ueseburg Local
Hitched Near Corustock.
)!ly Guard, Dortmljer SO.
Tli uiiitlilmund Itoseburir local.
which passe through this city at 'I p
... ran il ! Kl'llt'u Mill, a
short distauce north of C'omstock, yes
terday afternoon aim Hie engine auu
tender and the mail car were ditched.
The engine and car both turned com
pletely over, and theenglue was badly
IIIUSIISU up. i0 Olio was bciiuusij
t'liulneor Hillv was Dulllmr the
ItmIh nil l.n and Ills fireman both
stuck to the engine and escaped with.
. T . Li .11..
out serious injury, cany reveiveu
rather a baa cut across ins loreneau.
truck wu hlncked hv the wreck
n,l tvna not nlxfirid until alMtUt Ave
o'cioc thl morning. Au engine and
wrecking tram was seni oui iroiu r?a
lum to clear up the debrl aud repair
..-..I. 'l'l. w.,illlu.,iiil ..truplurol
ilie rKli lie iwuui'wu ,,u ,...m..u
ml rtvur sml the nnrtlilMiund overland
and freight were all delayed by the
wreck. ine normnouiiu uvenuuu
passed through here about six o'clock
Ti,u Itiial.iirir lrxnl was taken north
this morning hy the freight engine
aud crew which went south yesterday,
and was v) minutes line wucu n
pussed through thl city.
None of the passenger were hurt,
but all were considerably shaken up.
Times: Junction City will have a
creamery. Mr 8 E Crulg ha l-en here
for several day and at an aoiourneo.
meeting held Tuesday arrangement
were made atisractory to .Mr iraig
and he will have his fuctory ready by
April let. The product of 215 eows
have iieen secured ami me coimuiuce
exisjets to seen i e 300. The committee
consists of U 1 Caldwell, Jesse Hovern,
It 8 ilyland aud Chas Dickerson.
Those deslrir.g to furnish cow will
kindly confer with olttier of the alntve
gentlemen. The factory will have a
capacity of oOO pounds daily and can
care for 1,000 cows If necessary. The
plant will cost alKiut U.000 and will
probably be located on II 8 Wallace's
place Just ouilde the city limits. This
i an enterprise that merits the pat
ronage of every farmer as it will be the
means or placing a casli market rigtit
thls door. A tew cows with a ready
cash market will furnish sultlcieut rev
euue to keep an ordinary family. Im
port promptly to the committee the
number of com you will subscribe.
Dsn Osird, pfcsinber .
Lakt NioiIT's 1't.AV. Tho produo
(loii of "Tlie I'earl of Savoy" at the
oera house last evening was witnessed
by a lurgu audience, in fact large au
diences hnve prevailed throughout the
week, llettie Iternard Chase took the
ls. t of Marie, the I'earl of Savoy, and
sustained the character In her custom
sry pleasing manlier and to 'lie satis
faction ol l lie audience. Ald:i Hard
liei, a Cholichou, the easaiit girl,
provoked laughter whenever she ap
eiired and susttilned her character to
Mrfection, while Kd tiurdoer curried
the part of Pierrot, a goat herd, with
a full realization of (he characteristics
of an original i'ierrot and a
capital knack of bringing out
the ridiculous part. Mr Chas
was excellent in the character of the
commander, au aged fop, and (too. W
Hayes as the aged father of Marie,
could not be surposM-d. The minor
support was good throughout.
This afternoon the familiar play
of I'ucle Tom' Cabiu was given us a
matinee performance, and this even
ing will produce "N'Uyget Nell."
1 hey will doubtless be greeted by a
A Ci.KVtfK CoMiiismoN. The fol
lowing composition lsi'lipied from the
Milton tsgie ana is credited by that
iiaper to a youth In the Milton schools:
''A schooluiarm 1 verb because she
denote set loll wheu you throw par
wads nt the girls. Mwitch Is a con
junction and Is used to connect the
verb schooluiarm and the noun hoy.
This Is a compound sentence of which
the boy Is subject and switch the ob
ject. I'lrst person, plural number, an
awful case. A sc hoolinsrni Isdill'er
eut from a boy; a boy Wears pants and
a school mariii wears her hair banged
on her fori head. Ma say a school
inarm never get older thau IS before
she gets married."
1k. S.nait Hi BT. Cottage Grove
Leader: Dr. Nuapp met with quite a
severe accident last Tuesdny evening.
He had been called out to the country
to sec a patient, and while there, was
culled buck til great haute to see a lit
tle child wlie was thought to lx dy
ing. He wa ruling rapidly and
relgnadupon approaching the'hrhlge
but a (he horse stopped on the ap
proach, It slipped and fell, catching
hi leg under it, breaking on bone,
the tlbula, about the lower third, and
dislocating (he tibia at the ankle Joint.
Or. McKetiuey, of Kuiione, came up
on the local aud dressed the limb, aud
the doctor Is now rrstinir as well a
could be expected under thecircum
stuiiivs, but lie will 1 ik sly keep his bed
lortne next mount or two.
I'tily (iusrd, IH-Cfinocr JO.
Commkhhai. CiA'ii. The commit-
tei having In charge the organization
of the Kugene Commerelal Club met
in the parlors of (he rim National
b.mk this morning, and reported con
siderable encouragement, ami conclud
ed lo push the matter forward to a
successful termination. The commit
ter will make a canvass of the city to
morrow lor name. l-.very business
man should join (he organization as
Fugctia I greatly In need of lust such
a bod v.
Sign Voir Namk The petition
asking congress to appropriate money
for the Improvement i f tho Willamette
river and for the r -Motion of the
Cascade Forest H ne Is now Mug
Circulated throueh. iit the city and
county, I (should I slgmd by every
proU who has the welfare of this
section of the state at heart. Hunt
tip the petition aud sign II at oiuv.
.MaHKIAIIK l.ll'VNHt,-H f'lllllllV
Clerk Jennings has Issued murrUgs
iiivnses to I'.ugeue v lole and .Mis
Mabel I, lirowu; Wiu L Dwell and
l '11111 I v ox.
Pslly tiusnl Pecetntwi .
Tiik llvm-. The steamer Gypsy
arrivtsl here at 2 o'cl ck this afternoon
with 10 tons of merchandise and mis
cellaneous cargo. The river stood 5
feel at this place.
osllf Oflsid, UeesroUrDO.
Geo M Jackson I In the city.
DrOg!eby, ol Jjnctlon City, U la
Mis Mary McCornack went to Port
Mr. E K Nye went to Albany today
to visit friend
Secretary of State Klncald returned
to Salem today.
Mrs 8 Handwiker returned from
Miss Carrie Paine, of Salem, I visit
ing in the city.
Mis Emma Hum wo an arrival
from Salem today.
County Clerk Jenning I on (he sick
list and n nable to work.
v, it.irnrt. of Coburv. if&ve this of
fice a pleasant call today.
Mis Clara Hall, of Monmouth, I
visiting at Cottage Grove.
Miss Anna Mlllerd, of Junction City
visited In Eugene yesterday.
Miss Bird, of Drain Normal School
ipcnt the holidays In F:ugene.
Mr Z A Davis aad children re
turned today from Harrlsburg.
Oren Howe and sister Lola returned
home today Irom a visit to Junction.
K II Sherman, of Butte, Montana, 1
In the city attending to some bushies.
Henry Laird, of Douglas county,
is visisiug hi mother and litter her.
John Talt, a prominent citizen of
Creswell, did busines In Eugene to
day. Key Nieff of Irving returned home
thi morning after a short visit in thl
Attorney J R Wyatt, of Albany,
lnt Saturday night In i:ugne on
Prof R P Baker left thl morning
for Chicago, his foimer home, where
he will remain.
Fred Bellman ha returned from Sa
lem w here he has been working for
Tim Wandell, a merchant of Albany,
returned home today, after a sin ri
visit In this city.
Mr A C Auteii and family have
goae to Creswell where they will visit
until after the holidays.
MrsS S Mcfaddsn, of Portland, ar
rived this afternoon and will vlsil
bcr mother, Mrs P It Burnett.
G W CrowU, the Jeweler, will have
tonight witli his family for Ar.u-s,
Cal, where they will reside in future.
IK Williams of the electric light
company went to Cottage Grove this
sfteriKH n to assist In setting up some
ol the new plant at that place.
I)r D A Paine, superintendent of the
Oregeu insane asylum at Salem, ac
companied by his wife and duughler,
are visiting in Eugene for a few days.
Miss Emma Withers of this city and
Miss Pearl Corn, students of the Drain
Normal School, were passengers lo
Drain yesterday on the local which
was ditched at Comstock.
Attorney WW Card well, of Rose
burg, visited In Eugene last evening.
He was returning lisine from Port
land where he had been defending
Poole Ilro., the Dougla county train
robbers, In the US court. Mr Card
well graduated from the U ofOln
A FATAL ACIIDEST.
Mho Use Ills Llfo n
Special to thGCAD.
' . T. rw. an Fred Baker, of
the OeKUtu duiiui..b, .... -
fifth story through skylight thl
mornlngaud wa killed.
Sew Year' Besolutlou.
Let u not compile a whole book full
of resolution to go Into effect, to be
come dead Utter law by rrbruary l.
Rather let u thiuk no more of them
on that day than on any other, but
form resolutions whenever we discover
that they are needed, and keep them
to the best of our ability. We won't
be able to keep nearly all of them, but
If we call manoge a few, It' better
than none at all. It does seem as ir
New Year' day l a "hoo doo" to all
good resolution. The reason prob
ably I that they are not made uudtr
the stress of a realization of the nece
ity of them, but because it Is the thing
to commence anew. Someday wheu
you are thoroughly aroused to the
necessity of "turning ovf r a new leaf,"
turu it aud hold it In pluce. When
the "spirit moves you" I the time to
Miss Pttuie Euterialai.
Salem Journal: The most pleasant
event of the holidays occurred Thurs
duv evening at the home of Miss
Leone Paine, daughter of Dr I) A
Paine, supt-rintendeut ef the O 8 I A.
It was in the form of o reception given
lu honor of Misses Rosalie Friendly
and Anna McUee, of Eugene. The
apartments of Dr Paine, as vt II as t he
spacious chapel, were very tastefully
decorated lor the occasion. Dancing
was indulged in until a late hour, and
only interrupted by the sumptuous
repast served in Dr Pain' duilnif
room, which was tastefully decorated
with cut Mowers and mistletoe.
Pleasant Evening. A pleasant
evening wa spent at the home of
Lloyd Cherry, Pearl street lietween
Tth and Sib, lu a social party given
him Saturday evening by his aunt,
Mis F'lora Adair. Quite a number of
young people were Invited and a very
enjoyable time wa had, refredimeiits
twiug served during the evening.
Those present were: Misses Minnie
Hawthorne, Abbie Kenyon, Ermine
Thompson, Ruth Lo vend ire, Mertle
Autn, Abide and May Hemenway,
Lila St ran b, Winnie Miller, Grace
Mount, Grace Wold, Nellie Roberts
and Miss Bird of Draiu. Messns Lloyd
Cheiry, Frank and Melville Wire, Earl
Itolpli Adams, Charlie Walts, Walter
Carrol, Wistar Hawthorne, Ceke
ltilyeu, Vliinie Straub mid Irving
l'sllj (iusrd, Ivcomtwr 30.
Down tub River. After a week's
work nr F:ugeuo the U 8 snag boat
drooped tlowb the river to the mouth
of tlie McKenzie, where they will have
work for about ten days. Captain
Hatch and his crew' have many
friends In Ktigune who are always de
lighted to have (hem visit (his plac.
Chancik in Bisi ness. Win Wil
liam has sold one-bait of his delivery
business to L R Liver more of this
city, and the Arm name will hereafter
he Williams A Llvermore. Mr Wil
liams has always given excellent sat
isfaction alike to the business men
and clt Incus.
Psllj Gmrd, bet-ember 0.
Plkad Gt'lLTi . Mr Touohrtte
proprietor of the Touchette mill east of
Walker's, nniwiir.il bofor luil,.
Wheeler today and plead guilty to the
charge of dumping sawdust into Gilt-
uigscreeK. i ne lowest a ne, , w as
Uakracks LoCATKIt. liptuill II P
Nelson, late of Baker City, of the Sal
vation Aimy, who arrived In Eugene
Saturday, has rented the south nami
In the "hrisinati block lor a term of
three month'., and will have the same
seated at one lo be used for barracks.
He expects to open up the war on the
enemy in two or three days with sev
eral soldiers. This organization is dis
tiuct from God's Army now located In
the Lane building. Opposition in all
matters seem to lie the order of the
day. Eiii-eiie will present a metroroil
tan appearance of evenings when the
(wo armies are parading the street
aud holding services.
Comi'i.imkntaky. Tlie Florence
West of last F'riduy ha this to say
about Eugene: "Last Saturday you
might have seen a lare number ol
people on the streets and In the stores
of Eugene. It was a busy day in the
avenues of trade. Au onlooker had
no ditllculty in discovering that the
wheels of commercial life were re vol v
ing more rapidly, nud the volume of
business transacted proves that Eu
gene still holds hr rank as one of the
best business cities in the Willamette
Another Siiootino Accide.st.-Oii
Christmas day at James Wy . -oil's place
up the McKenzie river, Lew Powers
accidentally shot Ned Reums through
the tleshy part of the riv lit leg with a
Winchester rille. The parties were at
a shoot mutch for turkeys and other
meats, nnd the gun was accidentally
discharged. Reams is not seriously
hurt but I he wound will lay him up
for a time. Lunu county still holds
the banner for shooting accidents.
One Entitled to It. At least one
baby in Eugene is entitled to the San
Francisco Chronicle silver Christmas
cup. It is the one born to Mr and Mr
OEDoly on College Hill Christina
Married. At the residence of V H
Sherman, by Rev II C Wnllace, De
cern Ur ".J, Mr T O Brown and Misa
Ethel Conrad, all of Lane county.
Taxes are paid on $1,551,809 in mon
ey In Oregon according to the figures
in tha BnsHi.s.loii rf tli uintA l,i.....i ..r
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eiiuaiization. There are several hnnks
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in t m, vuen oi which uas more
than that nmniint ,m ilMii,,cit tm..
show that the money account I not
hkciiiu. i nis is a great injustice lo
the few men who do eiva in tindr
money account. Ono man Is no more
under obligations to pay taxes on
money than another.
There are two reasonable tliiugs
which everybody should do: tske
good care of one' health; and If lost,
regain it quickly, and to this every
body will agree. And theie areagreat
multitude of people who are iigieed
that for both purposes Simmon Liver
Regulator is I lie i,et helper. "I nm
troubled with toipid liver and nothing
gives relief sn quick like Simmons
Liver Regulator." R. K. Stmnce,
Lake City, Fla.
A musical entertainment will 1
given in Hunter hull t Creswell
New j ear's eve.
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A GiHiit PkU'K. One of the Urge
hos displayed in this city Christmas
d-iy brought J3I S1J for the farmer who
raised It. Pretty goo price for a hog. '
DlKD. At Cottage Grvtve, IVcember THE BIG STORE
"i lw.,ui lv-,i, r t ,1.1 r.., i ",k WIB 'ul. .
289 PIECES WILL BE PLACED ON THE MARKET T THE LOW FIGURE OF
10 CTS. FOIt NUMBERS FROM 9 TO 22
Baby Ribbon, 1 1-2cts Per Yard.
Filo Silk! Rope Silk!
Scrim and Linen for Fancy Work. Fancy Silk
Table Linen; Napkins.
Embroidered Slippersjfor Ladies and Gents.
n iir mul luiv Vrtiir rlSllil u;. -. . . ...
forXniKs. ' ",,r , ,m"' "" and get Tablet
F. E. DUNtf, Prop.
The fire 'laddies went iuto the
foot-ball game in high fj.iriu, but
"Objvhat a difference in the morn
Tie r.rant lecture contro
versy is being carried too far. No
good will come 10 emicj
through continually agitating the
The national democratic coin
mitteo will meet at Washington
January 16, to decide upon a city
in which to hold tne nauouai
vention. St. Louis will probably
Yaauina Cay News: Yaquma
Rav. has two good champions on
the River and Harbor Committee,
Hon Binger Hermann, and Major
C.N. Clark, or Missouri, who vis
ited the Bay, last summer.
Eugene has a new flouring mill
now, and everyooe cannot help
snoinir the ercat benefit it is to Lu-
I there nothing else in
yiew? How about a creamery?
Nothing would be better. Kugene
rnnirreigman Herman has been
given the chairmanship of the com
mittee on arid lands and irrigation.
This looks like he is set aside. He
will have to go otitnide his district
to find any occasion to exert mm
self in that line.
Salem has let Aumsville, Albany,
Skamokawa, Tanzy Point, eha
lcm and Tanba'k Ridge get aheud
of her. Will Kugene get her
crenmerv before we get ours?
No, Junction City is going to
bent us with a creamery.
Pendleton has followed up the
reductions of the salaries of the city
officers by making sweeping reduc
tions in the salaries of the school
teachers. Fifteen teachers aro cm
nloved and the reductions will
make a saving to the school district
of over 53000 a year. The salaries
now range from ?4o to ?UU a
This actually occurred in Albany
t'lis week. A gentleman was hav
ing an important document drawn.
Tho scribe knew the man well, but
to save himself be could not fix
his name in his mind. We have
all b?eu there.
'Let's see, your initials arc
"John Henry," only something
"Ah, how do you spell your last
'B-r o-w-n," said the man with
a smile a mile wide.
While President Cleveland is al
most universally upheld in his treat
ment of the Venezuelan question,
there are a few New Yorkers who
oppose his views and they held a
mepting to denounce his course.
There were but few. participants in
the discussion and they found but
tew supporters in their audience
The people of the United Seates do
not court war, but they uphold
Cleveland in his views of fighting,
if need be, to maintain our rights.
The government will have nlontv
of substantial support in case of
actual war over tho enezuela
question, but much of the support
now being offered would be of no
service when it come to burning
powder, A great many people
throughout the country are making
themselves ridiculous in trying to
snow their pretended patriotism.
There is really no prospect of war
yet, and no occasion for offering
Tho chairman of the Oregon
Press Association is in receipt of a
cordial invitation from tho Astoria
Chamber of Commerce, to hold
their next annual meeting at that
city. An invitation has also been
received from the Board of Trade
of Oregon C'ty, also an invitation
from the Washington Press Asso
ciation to meet with them at Yel
low Stone Park. Tlie executive
committee will meet earlv mvt
spring and decide tho question and
establish rules for the guidance of
the '9G meeting.
Florence West: "Tho West
slated recently that the demo
erats and populists would put a
fusion ticket in tho field to defeat
the republicans at the next election.
So far as Lane county is concerned,
this union of tlie opposition forces
is nut now denied by any one.
Nearly the entire details are made'
up for county positions with Enoch
Coleman to lead us candidate for
state senator." At this writing it
seems quite likely that a fusion or
non partisan ticket will be placed
in the field at the next county
election , and if good men are nomi
nated, they will have an excellent
chance of election. However. Col
Alley is ,1 rawing upon his fertile
imagination when he says that the
positions on the county ticket are
being "detailed out and Enoch
Coleman is to lead the ticket as
State Senator." The convention or
conventions will namo the ticket
u Buch a one is nominated, aiul
"ujuuioi oi posses. However
we will remark riht here that
Hon. L. P.Coleman would fill tho
position of senator with credit to
mc people ana himself, or any
other position, if nominated and
representative at c"
:n l i
win vvcriooK no 0,
advance the intend
his adontion " i.
that Mr McBriil,
semauve oi u19 ,
Oregon. Tho "HogC'
getting all the public
aije excepting a f. i
it is claiming u A
sicn use. ' what
La Grand Chro."
aro boominir In .
vallev. Already ,ftv
candidates are bei0.f t
succeed Mr IIerrrntVr"
district. The li,t ,P- '
Miller and W.I.y,,1
ern Oregon; Thor -i
Washington cou&.,l I '
andT. T.Geer, 0fi-
mi . i t
mere are other
in tne back-groDU I
The second district
behind the first in
aspirants, and the U
similar irrthe furtU
-11 . .
an mo avjiivuy li ( s
The committee p,j:c.
Oregon and Wushir-l
cured in the arranrN
senate committee ar ,P
tions, chairman; ju;
postoflices .and ml
and constru lion of;
to tho seahoard, th.
meree, public lands, (
Squire Coast de:
man; commerce, ru
and grounds, immi
ips, and construction
Salem Daily Sta!
It is an unusual
say the least, to lut
of the bouso, tlied.
ways and means, tb
the great commits
affairs and of the ki
buildings and erou
same small state. lit
Slates of Maine" with
and many of the disi;
are murmuring. So!
after all, is not the o:
a kick, in tne f
New York got ten c
is very well taken t
Iowa, but tho great si
iu which resides ..
ley, a candidate for p!
but one chairman.:
The cry here hu
that Oregon does 1 1()
Bulucient number ci
la waII lrnncrn tlm'.l
thousands of dollar! t
the state for hog pt
could as well bs kf
Oregon farmers won.
attention to supplvitif
in this line. Oregon
remarkable growth in
years and the popu'..
sta is now much p
18S'.. In lS8o Orejon
not near supply the ft
state with all the hog
sumed, and it is fin
from statistics at hand
the imputation of the r
greater than in 18S5,
of hogs has not in
rather diminished. In
the population has in
fifty per cent since IS"
number of hogs in w
decreased from 2l.0iS
10,351 in 1833. With
of encouraging home
tins is an important i:
we are fulling behind.
is so is hard to under
gon can raise as fine
be rai-ed anywhere, i
see no reason why w
raised as cheaply lit"
state nn the Lnion.
niot-t prrsperous fsM'
us that he has made
money on his potato
than on anv other pr
farm, and lie has giver,
tion to diversity in
closely as a man can.
to this, numerous inr:
been called to the attf
P'ess by our farmer
tho remarkable growl
hogs, the exact cost of tt
its birth to the time ol
and the profit realized.
have tended to show 1
profit for the care ami
production. It has w
strated that hog raisin?
is profitable, that
mand for tho product'
cess of the home suppl
past ten years the nuns-
in Lane county 1ms '',vP
10 per cent, while t i
of the county has inorf
cent. Something "
wrong. Instead ofW1
in our liomeprodui'tio'"'
at least make the0lio'"
keep pace with the gw'