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XSTiBLISIIEU MR TUP. DIMEWV.TItl OF UlliriUTir. , BIN. I. U.S. iM Ttl RUN ii nOSHTUVIXB BY TflK SWEAT (IF OtR BQti'il
KUGENK, Oil., SATUMMY, AUGUST LMJ.
2 let -''''' "' W Ulrtiiii: It? Ii t M in
,,.J K lil'i street.
si .-t:Utrri )N':
liiin r3t83 made known
lel'.o-i to OfAltli,
vVatr.es, Chains. Jewelry, Etc.
fAlItlN" PROMPTLY DOXi:.
I W. BROWN, M. D.
Ivslol.-.n. and Surgeon.
i.. ml re-i'lmc over NMtnH'u. ICmr:
.i 12 l -, o w v i. in.
T. TTTSn 1
!IITE AND MARBLE WORKS.:
fc,!sa kii.I Sew Priori In ForvUn ami
Uc MhiI.Iu anil Uraiilte, Miiiiiiiih'iiM.
1,.-i.m' ud Cttmeiere work of
11 klndi (or 1S.I-.
I, WOUK GUAUANTF.F.D !
i ll' sired, near IVsUitnoo. K'if.'iic, Or
in.. Iiull blook uulh of I'hriiiiimii'j
K. K. Makki.i.y.
.nsev & Markley,!!!!..!.,,!;,. su,,.
1 J I M rs T M Jnek.
illl ;1 I'rOlMU' BullK'H ..'0-
:i Cliris'iiim lUoek.
(K.nl,U)ie.l III Issi.)
'A. (. HOVKY, i'rcslilciit.
J. M. AUUAMS, Cachlcr.
A. it. HOVKY, Jr.. Afwt.C:whr.
3. H. Kaki.s, Jr.,
i f I Tj 1
ii n las'i Canltal ?'50,000
plus Kisti i nn us, c,""
gene - " Oregon
ii.i ral haukitiK biwla.)! i!.in on rt.ni'
Mniiri. Nwtit ilmfts on NK ' V.m.'
UCO, SAX KKANOUn) mil I'Uhl-
Uj..f MchnKoM r.n f.-rskn couiitri;.
dt. rn(siivl nuhjtfol io check or tertiti-
4 '' .,, i
'oi wuti nw eciraitea to M will roiv
in? a Liuiie uiul C'inpli'tet'M k of
iple and Fancy Oroceric bouglil
in the bo.st nnirkets,
1 . .
MUSIVELY m CASH,
a idler the public heltcr pm-i-D
ui) any other h-m-e In Iigf"'-
si all Kills taiei at Mirk;! Prices.
J. F. FORD,
.'.I iia.'s. I. Wi. wnvs un ler
( Maroh 21. 1:
H Mkii. Mf. Co.,
CNTLKMKw: On arriving bmne l ist !
k, I found all well and iinxiou-ly
tuv'. Our little irl eiht an- '"--1
f,Ve in,o!d,wh l,ad wa.te.1 aay ,
Hod., and well lleshe.1 U). S. It. j
(urn lo.s done Ha work Well. :
il of the children like it. Your S. j
'ii'i 'h Cure has eured and
j all hoHr-nu-ss from ine. SV give
' vcry one, with t?rectin(C for all
nitii you jint-penty, we are
'r, Mr. axi .Mrs. J. F.
'..li i.. f.-l frvh nd rhwrrul, nd
l.'T th.. -'.-.-.'- ,.rk rlAtlM. the V.tin
u.. iir,l.ci,. .,.,1 I.i nr Cure, br UklUf
I '!i' i. ri ,
'f v il.'iil at ."hail-in.
i" ii ini'i.' man, . t,
w i: !., ,.
ft l .
' I.'. I
'. :.l i.v.
I'.'ll .1 i'ii
vi-it.d :il (I i n
'i hi- !:
'"II IMp today.
II UTV S'l-llv
I I I.'ll2' l:.' In, I .
Hi' lliil was
Mis I! ,.!,
ll"lllr ill llii.eilv
'ii!' -i'U ill I
Tin- i-.pul.,r (liiitiniHT,
"". Is III the city.
i"i" !'i ii i ii !.., r.'-U',T
A I' !!r i.l
I M do
1 1 "" I I I- llll.'l llOnll.
I.', v Father ISIu.'l: imivi il ,,h:h
."I'll. ii i.' ihi- iiiicim on.
n .Mill, (II Irving,
limir- in vi..,..,. i,.,v
f 'III II friV
Tiic tow n j . . i 1 1 . . Ii h h.cu will pn.
r.Hlii! i ,( (,.lV ,y.,.
. Jacob S (iilil:,,,il, of Kii.tih', has
had liis J . 1 1 -i i . 1 1 ucic:i"i
Mom (i.'.i II I i-U arrived I, nun.
from New i,,rl iiI'Iitiiikiii
1 A C.l.li an I ( iinily iirriv. il In n. yi-n-Ivr.l.iy
i vi'iiii,),' Sijimw crofk."
N:l:i." Ir i:iiiT wi-nt In K iel.ui' iiihI
will n-i.i..ii Hi... iMcvlini; iillcy In t-ily.
I Mi-s '.ituiSi' II iinl-iiUcr, nfSili.fii,
j is viH in.; Iht gr!in.lviri'iils In H i,
nt I' t I ii i Hi's
I .Mi-s-s I,. ii i mnl Hum J!i.,ir , .,',,
ri'tiirii.'il IY,.i:i u Ph.nt visit nl I'mt
I (.' S.vlve-UT, of Jn- vr.was In Kuyrni'
I Mrs IMl Miller iiml .1 miflitcr mnl
; little mhii iinlvnl Cimih Ne ii)it tliis
I I. Clilllil i II li:is r.'liiriil'it fnmi n
trip t Ilic iiieelin' nf llie Orenti Tress
I .1 1st lis. A K Wiioeli-r l i'rly Ii ive
ifiiiniecl fnmi ii inii-t . ij.'litfiil trip lo
' lH'i eiii I l(ii, I.
MeKinler will i.ne his . iter nf ne-,
eepliinee Weil ni'-i 1 1 v nr Tliiirsil-iv, s
it is s'nled. ' " i
M'ss I'Mvllic Yitiei'iit n liiriii'il lriin !
A claim r ci nlly lec iled in 1 1i ltliie i
liivi-r lliillil'L' tilrl I ii I IlilH I cell chris :
e el ' I'l i i I " '
Ju.Ijre Walt. m has h i I a new s.t. '
w ilk laiil in Tii. nt of I tn irk him k 1 1 1 .
son n iil Mhs Ivtitel
Kellev i.f Spi i t tr H I t nrriveil liniiie1
fi'uni New put I In lay. j
N. ls,. K i:i'.v, I'u .l Hi lliu.'in ami !
Alil' ii 1,'iw ii'iuv wiiit tn Cnttate i
( irnve till nl!' i nix n. I
(ie-.ruo Welch, f. i;ra l'l:l!e nflliet'.
of ( . is innv pr-iel ieln
law in Astoria
uMd haviin; nml hiicccss.
(' M I) 'Us'iiuiv, the fee I st'ir.' invi,
Is iniiviinr his stock Iiihi I he new
I'V:ii,l; I i i. k mi Ninth t-tn , t.
Will 1 ii!i'I!m ck Iiml iplite mi ex
pi'iici ci- ill the ciiiiitrv with a "hike"
jo-lcr.l.iy. Ask liim ah nit it.
Allnrni y I, I'.ilyeti went tn Turner,
Mini. hi i ci n t v , this iiiiirnliiir tn visit
i.i ii.... .. i. . ....
'II- lll'llll. l ll.i I.T i llll- rn ... j
MisscH I'.lla I liens mnl Clara llnv
liins sitriveil liini'. yesterday cvei;tii?j
fi'oni a visit nt ii.viivillc.
Three frciuht cars were attnehed tn
the local this innniimr. One oftlicni
contained a lot of fruit for this station.
Id, ke Smith hns re.ii?iieil iishcitc
tnrynfllie Inlcilnr nnd will Hiippurt
Itryan. Ilis ciici'i ssor w ill he il (?"hl
Sevi ral Ihrcshers were runniiii; In
Hie eoiintrv vesteid.iv. Karmi rs me
. . . f . ' . i . ' . ...I : .... .1...
i"ri"" '" r'"M " 1,1 "rt 1 iivnuii nic
I'lecil'.l a in'ii'aii- in tin- K"i
ilemocintic cotivetilion wlilch nnvts in
(ndian.'ipolis Sept. '2.
The Ilarrishuru' Iteview cays that nt
least two-thirds of tl e hops in that vi
cinity will remain unpicked owini? to
the low price nllercil for Iht in.
Mrs (ien llaker, of I'oi I land, who
has hecn visltlm? over Siimlay with
her parents, Mrnml Mrs KM JUalr, in
this city, returned home today.
Silas Kceliev, formerly ft l.ane
cntii ty hoy, hut who has resided In
K.ntcrn Oii koii Tor a nmniier oi years
is visi'lnu his mother, Mr S Ilollowny.
Mr nnd Mrs II 1) Kilwnids, of
SpilnuhYhl precinct, left Satnrdnv on
a visit of t-cverul weeks to (liMliim
eoiinty. They went via the McKen.ie
.Ins I.Mckey nnd John (Irny rcturneil
this mnrnin'i? finm ft short visit to
theirclainis on the Const Folk. They
rode down the Ihnntf from the Jones
John rlmir. Free Gardner nnd
Curl Trnvls milvcd home Saturday
evei. Ini.' from camplmr trip to Odell
Inkc Thiynpnit irood llshlns? nnd
limit i i) jr.
It is now stat-' l that Tims C Plult
will he noinin ited f.ir (?nvt-rnnr hv the
v ... v .1. ,i.i;.....w Itlsclaimen
tln r.? w iil he an Independent repuhli-
Albany n-uincrat of S,t:ird i.v: Of
the l"() people who went out over (lie
Ymiiiinn bar yesterday, nil weresen
sick hut ten or twelve Only f"tir or
the () N ti boys escnpi d.
(ieo A livson, of llr.iwnsville, one of
the parii.i rs In the Lucky Hoy mine,
is In the citv. Mr iKsnn is tbiiikit-d
,;f nu.vltiii his family here this fall to
M'lid his children to school.
IlrownsvllV Time-: i A Hyson and
fnmilv. ' It Wi Is n iiik! family nnd
Moidle Kceliev. slnrtcl for thH mlneg
via the M- Kciiie route, hist Tuesday,
where loey tintlcipa'.e pleasant out
i 1 1 iS .
....... !,. . .,toi,,t deserted Vf-
. . ,.' i .1.. i,itles were mini-
,,1,,., ,i,.. i.aults ..r the McKen-
. and WiilamcUc.
" ' . , ,
in rid ik' h en a .-:
Sbal lile-' fr lit r inch
,,,t Visit lO
reports tin- I) .c'nMiawui? n
chard and a very line ortei ..u. .....j
mall HU i'ili!.V tdtruil inis e:t-oo
Keirle ad of c.ltle hi Walla Walla
,.,,.. were killed last week rroul
catii.tr K-tlir cm It wh irreen and
,.b,mi is in, h. -l.irfh. Soul-, hogs cot
il. nnd ale some n
MONDA V, AClil'ST
nue of them
rresnlcnt Chap man left for Coipiille
i ity lont'.eii I a couutv institute and
labor in the inlcrc-t ufll.e U of O.
The next puhlie holiday In Oreumi,
n iiovi,led bv it I ) net of Ilic le-ishitilre
-fl 'H Is Labor l.iv-lli.i Hist Mon
day in S i.tciulier. It is a mm Judi
cial day. O iiMdcnC Hie entity and
state ,1 . r:u . nis I ti tl tv will lint be
Ibsidelits of lliijhtli street in the
western portion nl the city report at
luis i, tlhv that boys w ho 'drive milk
cows to pasture aiiuse the nniinr.ls ter
ribly w bile eiiroine to and Iroin the
, pasluie. The ow neis niiuht do we. I to
lo.ik the mutter up.
The .',isto:lli. department has fixed
the follow inn star ui iii service s ht-.l-ule
In OtcKon. Colliiije Glove to Wild
wi.od Leave Cnttajje (irnve M i'i.l iy
and Friday, 7 n in., arrive Wildwoo l
by "J p in.; Leave Wild wood Tuesday
a. il Saturday, nt 1 "J :? p in, arrive Cot
lane (irove b tl::td p in.
1 ( apt W S Mo.ui, eom ii'iMiliiu G Co,
O N G. Lieiiteiiaiit John McCliire,
s-rneai.t Major I) K Yoraii. Serij. aiit
Chus Mct'lure nnd ('minimi Will Me-
, Clure Hi rived lioine from Camp New port
this atlcriioon. The remaiiiini?
uicuils is of i he company w ill come
up from Albany by team tomorrow.
( limbing tli, Snow rntks.
Mi'Kknzik Hkiixik, Aii'.M, 'uti.
l.l'li.iK (it'AKli: The 'liisi trip to
the Three Sisters this year was made
. on Aii?ut 1 1, by a parly i f fourteen
't under the kindly uunl nice of 1 loll J II
Mi ('hint.'. The' parly h it t lit i r eiunp
mid friends on the summit ol'lthe Cas
: ea.les nl 0 a ui returning at 7:'fd p hi,
: uiiikini? the trip hi one day.
After visitinj? the Klacie.' ten of the
j party left Mr McCliiinr. Mr and Mrs
I' D Liiit ui and Mrs V T Ivikiu on
the clacier, and -tarted fur the peak of
' the middle Sister. In three and one
half hours the paily reached the top,
'namely: Frank Wire ,Wavne Osluiin
Lou i'o.vcrs, Fannie I) llemciiwtiy,
F.lbert I'.rown, (irace 1 rmvu, Mav
llciueuwav, Alice I lcineiiw.iv, Willa
M I l:tii nit. and W T lvikin.
This was i liu lar-st puny recisler
ili) tin the Mlmmit .since the new book
was placed there bv 1'lof Slraub in
The smoke was w or-e In tlie nftcr-
iiooii than in (lie giortntip;, but a good
view was had of Ml Jell'trson, Ml
'iishiii(;to!i, Iliimond IVak, Odell
Luke and n hu;,' snow p'nk in tiic
so illi. A fie- r. -tin,' an hour the parly
li-uaii Hie tie-.! -in, rea'hin;? their
hi, i -is iu an hour nnd n half.
(I.i the afternoon of August 1.'!, the
lava bids were vi-itcd by Lev Wire
and family, Mis Frank (Muirn mid
son Wavne, Mr .McCluiif? and Mi-
Jessie Met luiiu', Mr W.Gic's family
and fiiciuls. Mr and Mrs Sutton, Mr T
1) Linton nnd family, Lmi I'oweis, the
Mis-ts llcinenway and Mr Cau
ircl. W. M. II.
Cilnil Yot mi.
Albany D.iiiociat: A live hlory
comes nil. n I lie II iy, even from .Sleepy
Hollow, the camp of llieO N (I. An
Albanv oiimjt liiiiu wns assigned lo a
certain duly one eveiilin?. Thai very
nielli he Iiml inane arranneiiieiiis to
taken couple of yoiiu ladles to the
ball, and he proposed lo .) any way.
Not nppreciatiiii; the strict military
law under w hich he was taking his
il.ui without the colis.i lit ol the
otllcci iu t hai'!;.' In' not a yminj? man
to don Ids uniform nnd Illl the place,
while he hied away lo the place where
the senile strains of iiuiMc. emanated
from the Instruments of the Portland
orchesl n. The fact was reported to
Col Voran, who immediately sent a
cumiii iml to him to r-turn to his post
ol'.lutV. This I e refused Iiml contin
ued his t'anciiu. The Col is business,
so he sent ii s.piad of inch niter him
with authority to brii'K him Into
lamp. Tln v inarch d into the ball
room mid carried him by foicv from
the place. lhoili?h hu resisted mid
r i,i f..r bis freedom. i lite ft Hell-
sttion wns e.iu-ed. Tin- yo'.ms nmn
was placed in the L'uard nous,', with
all theil.-aijiceablc features cniiliectetl
with it. We tin not know whether he
Is under ",'iardytt "r "0,'
l Kl.1. t.KK Tin: CAlis-Moiiday's
Albanv I'eiii Htai: As fie excursion
train from the Hay last nii(ht wns
spetdin westward between riiiloninth
mid Corvallis nt probuhly 'S mi lea per
hour, Henry Stewart a printer in the
Times ofllee of Corvallis, stepped out
upon the platform, nnd immediately
losiuji his balance by a crk of the car
fell out Into the darkness. K'dntf head
first ami striking upon his head und
uliotilihrs. Den Cli lan of thin city was
iil-o on one of the platforms und im
mediately pulled the rope for the train
to stop. It backed up mid a half a
mile or so fo ind Hie younif uiaii nl
most I iseusihle lylin? by the Irack. Ho
was taken upon the cars ami brought
to Corvallis. No hones were broken
and it Is probable the youm? man will
I coiillned to his bed only n few days.
I'allJ (.ur.l, Auk'hI 21.
A Narrow F.m. vI'K -A boy nam-d
i t a rents resiiie lit
v ict fiiiiii., " i , . ;
nnd Hilyard streets, had a inr
ro.naeape from Instant death while I
ri'iini?a horse at a rapid pace down j
,ii street last i veiiini,'. The horse, j
i i. w Im Uev. inad.' ft short i
(IVt II' .1 i'.T " ' ,
turn down an alley, and iin- boy to
.ve himself Irmn Is'inif erushe.l .
against tho fei , hid the pn-euee of,
,, toil.row bim-clf over the feliee
into the it .rdeii owned by fc o 1 la.it!
saker. A close -have.
Pa ; 'in ml. Aiica 21. i
TO t UVK -J 'bn U Go,,l;, of Mo- ;
hawk'precin.l, s p-d to the Purl :
land exposition this iiiori.uu;. a i-.i.p.e
f bunches or rje il-' uM"i.renw r
on exhibition nnd w .11 In lp lehe n-e
thetioil and climate of Lane c-MlitJ .
iui : jr i.imr i, Aiis'i''. -I
Takino Kvit.KN. K.-Kvl.lercecoi..
eerning the burning of the L'.-I''i'
re-ide isls-iug tak' li todiy. I nf
i,,,,,,,,,,,- ...inipa-ii's nre riprt-se,, .,)
pVa- ...IJu-t-r while Mr P. --tel.. s in
l.rc.t i- b-i.ig lonUed aft. r by Attor
ney K It skipwnr'.b.
1 1 r.j i ..m. aj.ii.i
W.....N..r.... -1 r T W Hams wi
lint l! I to K
Dr.. "in- '"' 1
this mmnii'gi ,,ul
,e wi-he I t" - - i'r
liit-i U o s'aiin.
11, e . allies wliom
lived here last -vtiimg,
so that the
TL'i:S!)AY, AUtil'ST -V.
You can kill phc:iau!s one week
I from b.day.
-ion on the streets
i are Humeri, u-.
i Th ' leaves ate be
the Autumn hue.
;i.i:il I,' In t ike oil
Three w.-eks until
suimd at the I' of O.
s! 1 1. '. arc ro-
The annual M F. eonferene.
In Dallas September ,"rd.
The old Sltitie b rber shoo room is
jbeiiiir nil led for Kliwcgau's book
Attorney L TII irris has lnvn up
pointed a iioinry pubiie by the gov
ernor. The head camp, Woodmen of the
World bus redil' cd the per capita tax
from rti.l per annum lo M.mi.
D J I'eiigia, an old Lane county
p iliticlan, but now residing in Crook
county, Is now shouting for free silver
nil. I Itryan.
Kiigene Mill and Luiii 'er Company
shipped a car load of hiiuWr to l laii
today. 'Ilieynre loading two more
ens for the same place.
Kx-Mayor (ien P F.anU, ot Purl
laud, died at Long I'.cach, Wash, yts
lenl iy, from c.ino r of the stoniaeh.
He was 4j years n ' uge.
Soiut rville Journal: Joiiuny Pa,
w hat Is the ibtri rcnce b.-tweeu a ton
sol nil urtist and a build'.' Mr Wig
gles The toli-oiial urtist uses longer
Jacksonville Times: Il is reported
that Jos Koch, the map maker, litis
departed for pa-lures new. Several
Jacksonville cm, i n will rvgtvl his
There is a duly of seven cents li
pou utl upon hops Tin' duty was put
o.i lo piolect the hop raiser. Of course
that in the ica-oii n p sell al silcli a
high tlguro today.
Tbt' cannery on the Silcl., at Kern
ville, is now iu opeialioii, and has al
ready packed several hundred eases of
-almoii The li-h arc said lo be in
very good condition.
l'tiu Statesman says thai everybody
who coiihl raise I he coin w ent lo the
ciieus Saturday, .'toiu lo .'1'iOJ to each of
the two pcrloriiiaiices mid thai it was
the best ever In that city.
The .Moliniouth Monitor h is suspen
ded publication. 1 he editor ejves as
a reason that tin re u as a mortgage on
Hie nillee, and not being ml Millets it
was loo heavy for him lo lilt.
Fx Governor David 11 Francis, of
.li-s,nii i, h i- been appointed S 't!ielury
nf I tio Interior, vice Hoke Smith, rc
signtii. Mr Francis will probably
t ike charge of Hie ollice Sept 1st.
A Marion county man is ad .'eriisin
lo sell the properly of an estate at tier
Vuis, as executor itloie he has been
appointed by the court, or even the
propeily appraised. This is a hurried
Stnator David 11 Hill his invite I
Win J liryau to lunch with linn at bis
home iu Albany, N Y, tomorrow. The
politicians "lalm t i.il this means Unit
Mr Hill will siipp nt Itryan lor Hie
Oscar C Pierce, win ofNalh iu Pu ree
of I'elidle'o.i, had ids hand Ici'i ihly
mangled iu a threshing machine, last
Fiitlay. Ho was brought lo Pendleton
for treatment, uml It ih thought the
hand will be saved.
Times; Fad Flo.'tl, of U wburj
who was one of Ihe chief spokesmen of
the gold-standard crowd in the demo
cratic slate convention la-t April, has
announced Ills Intention of taking Hie
stump for Itryan ami Scwall.
CS Jackson and John Hailey, of
CinyonvilU', on u four dnyi' hunting
trip, last week, secured 1 deer ami
two bears. Mark Kiggs, Itobeit Cong
lar nnd S Duclianiill, id the same phi. o,
killed four ilei r on a elinilnr lour.
Albany Democrat: Poll .idmastcr
Davitlsou has now litiisoiied IStlogs
liocording lo law. 'luX" have been
collected on about lUU. lie has bis
eyes llxctl for several more as soon us
Hiey ii turn from their outings in the
coil u try.
The Salem J.mrual puhlishis this
Item: Out of W) voters in Dcxttr pre
cinct, Lane county, not toexctctlS
are for III gold standard. In one pre
cinct ol Marlon county, out of 7.i
voters ouli VI are for McKinley, count
ing all doubtful for him.
Material Is being; prepared at the
S 'lilh Tacoina car nhoM for the con
slrucliou of l!!0 new llat-cars, of ),
ikiii iioiiiul cupueity. They will bo
turned out within the next two
months. The shops are also iuurcas
iii'j the size of seveial hundred cars, to
a capacity of f)0,(KXJ, Instead of M.UnO
pounds. About 4'M men are now em
ployed in the shops.
A mar. in a neighboring county who
was clci! ed on uu economical phtlform
immediately bccaino ilissilislidl wltti
his (pinners, ui.d said lo I hi- judge
who wus a bold over: "What do you
call llns un nlllco or u hole in the
wali?" The Judge, promptly replied:
"I don't know w hat you call II i.o.v
but Is fnre election it was an ollbie, Was
limit?'' The conference then ended.
Albany Herald: ll;iiry Williams
received a ihsputch yesterday from
Nate (linl announcing the tlealli of
ins daughter, Miss Itlanch (flrd, at
l'ri.'ieville. The tl. '.vasal iiiieuticii
school In Albany l ist year and had
111 my young fiielids here. S'io was
Hge.l 1 "j and was a bright gill. Her
dcith occurred ut the home of bor
grandfather, where shy was spending
Albany Oin oer.it: Coat roller Iv.'kles
has j.,sl inhered lie payment of ho
per cent int.r.-l divideiid ly the Linn
County National D ink. 1 he deposi
tors have alnad.V In-fit paid Ih'ir
I rui.'ipai in fall, a'"1 will lio.v r. Ive
,j p.-r c- il iu a Iditi in. li'-i les tin-;
rl, nil I suits no .v I .'.eh', 2, b lo f..'.. r
,, the bank, lioiu 1 In I J p-r unit more
w til be paid on interest. Puis w ill pill
consilient!.!.- money into circulation,
over which iheie has Is'cii suiiie pe s
tio'i as to II payineul.
l,l.i' Ainany ll. ruld: lloht Darl
ing, w h-le nt work in tlie Woods ut I be
in iii ol D i.ie i Harlow, was killed
Instantly bv a tree being blown down
'which lal lolgul, on the." ol lust;
' m ar Ho; llrcilennu-li A Kerry station.
De.-ei.-d wa- a bachelor, a native of
Ciiiada, who had t'fil lioldiu;,' don
a'c' iim rear H-mld. r creek, i-Mt of
Detmit f..r the "st tliree or four ycais.
)i. was a ini'i -f lrrcproncbb,e
t hara. t. r. and lii sudneu ih uii-e cnsls
a ijl'ii'in over the camp.
! I'll J' ' .11 II, t, AlU'i!.' .' I
Blind Johnny lv "iiey is in Ihe city.
S M Yor. m wcul to l'oi Hand lo.liy.
J M Di tn.-k his folks toSodaNilie
! The ( all olic sish rs anived liouie
' Mrs MJ Traill returned to Albany
I Mrs M M A I air rcliirucl froiii New.
i port today.
I ' 1 C Horrin, a S ilcui hop m m, is
iu this ci'y.
, Go W Pickett went to Junction
! C Sprcckcls ui of S i.ita Cruz, Culif ,
: is in litis citv.
Miss Mae Hull went lo Host
Mrs D A Wrighl went to (Irani'
i a- last night.
Prof Washburn lias returned from
I his outing at Newport.
I Miss Nettie Whitney Is visiting with
j Mrs S S Train at Alba'ny.
j Darw in l'.i'1-tow came down Ironi
I Cottage Grove this morning.
Postmaster Koney, of (io-hen, was
doing business in Lugoiic today.
Mi-s Stella Rowland returned liionc
'from Hariisliurg this afternoon,
W I. Dc Moss of Dis.Moiiics, Iowa,
was an arrival on I lie allcriioou Irani.
Wils Oit'cu and daughter, Miss
Nellie, are at the farm for a few days.
liobt Parker went to Cottagj Grove
this afternoon on a Miorl business
Get) T Hall's family is expected
homo from the upper McKen.ie to
morrow. Prof John Slraub and family will
return to their homo in this i lly
Drew GriuTn Is ipiitc sick at his
home iu this city with obstrucliou ol
Miss Anna Whiteaker Is vlsiiimr a
Ja-pcr, and is the guest of Mr and Mrs
J M Kceiicy.
Mis J M Howe and children went to
llrowiisville lo visit Willi friends and
Secretary of state Kiucald w ho has
bet o visum ; his ui.it her, w ho Is .pule
ill, returned lo Salem today,
Mr and Mrs K L Fisher, the new ly
wedded couple, lell lor their futuie
home til K iscburg lids afternoon.
Miss Laura Miller who has I -cell vis
iting with Mi-s Dee Ankcny, of Sterl
ing, Jackson county, has returned
Lester Se -It, of Portland, olio of the
Ma.aiuas who has bu n on the Crater
Lako excursion, spent last night in
Geo W Ihucliait came down from
Crcswcll this iiiorning. lid will leave
for his home al Condon on tomorrow '
Mrs Judge J A Campbell, of Sin
Francisco, w tin has been visiliug In
thh city for a few days, went Injunc
Don L P Coleman, of Cohiiig, and
wile were in Kugeiie today. Ho In
forms us that Mr .1 J Walton's Con
dition shows noiehitlve change.
Today' Salem Statesman: S II
Fiientlly, of Ktigenc, ono of the lead
ing gtain and hop dealers Iu the val
ley, came up from Portland by last
evening's local train ami stopped oil'
in this city.
Mr ('line ami family left this morn
ing for their home at l'rliiL'Ville, via
the Me Kcn.le route. A part of their
load consists of (i ) gallons of lame
blackberries which they Imtight ut 6
cents per gitllnn nn the vines.
Warren Luckey and wife and daugh
ter, Miss Margaret, und son, Karl, will
stmt by team tomorrow morning for
Harney county, where Miss Margaret
will teach school Ibis winter. The
others will return iu three weeks.
The Ilolleiibcck -Spores party ar
rived homo last evetilug lioin their
outing. They went acro-H I ho Can
onic by th-i Military route, visited
Crescent mid Odell lal.es.tlie Deschutes
country mid icluiiicd via Iho McKe.i
Dr V V Henderson, who has been
In attendance upon Ihe grand lodge of
Woodmen of the World, us a delegate,
returned to this city this morning. He
reports having bad a very pleasant
anil Instructive visit. P K Snodgrnss,
Hie other Kugeiie delegate, mopped oil'
at Pendleton while en louto home, to
visit with relatives lor a few day
b.illy Uutid, Aun-t 2 1.
Ilo vi i so Party. A very pleasant
boating party went to the head of Ihe
met, last evening. Tim party rowed
out of the city about 7 p in, returning
at 10 p m. At Ihe bend of Hie race a
large Ihiii 111" was built and the time
was spent In playing games, listening
to music, etc. 'i'honi w ho embarked
were: Misses Carrie and llarhara
Luiier, Carrie Fi loudly, Miss Haum
and Delia I'lluger, of Portland, lllaucli
Straight, Mae Hull itu-I Lena Gold
sinlib; Me-sis Warner Drown, C W
Keltic, Dr J J Fiul.y and K K Davis.
SnMK Hop Norm. -salcm Htates
iniin: Fl-as & Prlt., ol Cliiiiiimiti,
lijive contracted with Oliver Hcers for
J'l.lll 0 pounds of Imps grow n on Ilis
farm neitr llris-ks ibis year. The price
to bo paid Is 'H cents ol w hich 4 cents
are to be paid advanced nt the limn of
picking. Delivery Is to be niado not
inter than October loth Hop pick
ing in Maiimi county will begin about
the llrst i-f S.'ph inhc r und will be in
hid bla-t by the 7lh.
l..il',f 0.;i r I, V iiu-l
Hi s' in no I! ' ; s - 1 lie bicycle
iiics.i. i; - i..i. vi-lcrday were ho -ly
eiiitc-led. Welch Won Hie mile
race; lime lo Hat. I link, of lilcndalo,
wini the ' uiile novice; lime 1-10. JM
McChttiitliaii, Jr, ofllils city Won the
one mile open race, defeating the
Southern On g-m riders Iu -;.'!-. Mo
( laii'ihan as not p 'rtulltcd to enter
(be o mile nice.
DlU-.-Mrs Samuel ilhrow, aged
11 ycar, died of consumption at the
family home near l'.lmiia August ".I,
ih'.sl. Di cc.iM t leave a husband and
s -vt ral children. She was ipilte wi ll
known throughout tho c unity. The
lunelal seiviees w ill lie held at 1 1 a m
tomorrow and the remain Interred In
lli', Ionian cemetery.
OM'E MUUK' IS A TUAMK.
Ilic Semblance of Heath Acalil VimIs
Mr Mary AlbcrtMMi.
l'hcre is a se.niel to the escape of
Mis Mary S AIimtIsoii from being i'l -buiiic'l
n live. The terrible experience
in tins young wi.iow in v-oiuunia
, slough during iho week ending August
was related iu the Portland lele
! grant. She was supposed to have tin d
!of typhoid fever at A o'clock oil the
I morning of the .7lh of July, and two
Ulays Intel prepurallous were being
I made in ml. r her. Frank Tliurmau
an old Danish hospital nurse, and a
Irieiid of the woman, believing he tie-
detected some sparks of lilo Iu the re-
mains, almost gin into several personal
'. altercations because of hi refusal In
I allow the burial of Mr Albertou lo
be proceeded with till inoro positive
I evidences of tlealli had made Iheui-
stlvcs iiiaiiifcst. Iho old nurse's
premise were correct, for with Iho aid
of a galvanic ballery and other
sloralives, ttio dead was brotigh'.
lite on the inoiuiiijj of the ad lust.
III.. 1 1 in., Illi. vi.llllip U'llllllV WHS
...w j B ......... .
I.ir Imrliil mIio una fllllv imirtllltll t
w hat was passing about her, yet uu
able to artieiihtlo u sound or move a
On the HUli Inst Mrs Albertsoti had
sullbieully reetiveretl lo accept an In
vitation from friends near Grant's Pas.
She lell her homo on the evening nf
that day seemingly III excellent health
and spirits, promising to write her
liieiul Tiiurinaii us to how slio wa far
ing on In r visit. Hut she was not utile
to keep that pledge, for tile unfoituu
ale woman ngaiii Is In a cataleptic
slate. Thurmaii yesterday received a
It lt. r from It 8 lllochmeler, whose
l'. lo Mr A llii.rtMiiil Ii. VImIIIiilT- Mlut-
ing Hint slio was taken very nick two
days uller lier arrival more. vu inn
third day she wa apparently dead.
Hut for her narrow escaiw from being
buried alive Iu Poitlautl, she certainly
would have iiecll sublcctetl to olio of
tl e most horrible late the human
mind can conceive, on Hie Souitiern
Oregon rami, Hloetimeii'r write that
a (Haul' Pass physician applied a
galvanic ballery immediately aHcr
.to, it b uim sniesiscd tn have claimed
the woman, but it proved unavailing
till last Tuesday noon. Then the cat
aleptic attack gradually abandoned
tlie patient, and nt 4 o'clock she asked
lor a illinK ol Winer. niio, nowovcr,
C..II... I i.i i...ilii wli.irit mIhi wus. mill
complained bitterly al being removed
from the soeleiy oi nor paiems iwuo
me ileadi. wilh whom hIio was having
a delightful visit. In tliis Instance
she iiad been perfectly uiicunscloils of
leiicstrlill Ilic, hiiti a i no incosopnism
have it, lier astral body had la-en
ui. iuulcring about In celestial realms.
Hlockmeierailds that il was lull two
hours before Mr Alborlsnii cou.d
grasp who ho and Id family were,
ami II was almost I m possible lo con
vince her that she bad been In a death
like trance ror live iiuy.
"She reuionilicred nothing about lier
leaving home," continued the writer,
"and lor Heveial hour alio raved like
one demented ft. r having boon brought
back to this eiitih. At u o'clock in the
night, however, she grew calmer and
ipnte lucid. She then was nine to
rciili.o lier sllualioii. NYheii alio was
bright enough lo appreciate lier econii
.......,iu H. in irmn it livlmr burial
slio went into oonv ulslons, and nt mid
. . . . . I,
night slio ngnili wns iu a iruiice.
The letter In Thurinan'a ssoslon
say thai Mince men, up io rri.iay
eveiilntr. 'r AlU-rlson uaa uui once
been hioiiuht to herself by mean of a
galvanic battery. She ha not tikeli,
any iinurisiiinuni since ncr unites, uu
the rami. anU nue lias wasteti away in
ui,..,l,iti- A ktrHiitrn fofiture 111
a ii.i-iv r.,, .- . - - n -
connection with this case Is that while
In the tiance condition, Mrs Aloert-
soii's ti'Hiilralltili ami nuisaiiou are
absolutely linperceptiblo. Yot alio
must breathe, aim iter neari inusi, no
in ucllon. Her medical attendant,
who i a skilled one, ay the allllclud
woman' lire hangs on the slightest
thread, and certain deatli Is likely to
ensue at any moment. Hut Iu this
ciuie there will be no Interment till de
composition has act In.
Usui uonril, Auguit '.l.
A WltKiiC Today' Haleni Htateii-
liliili: The Dili lliuolllltl ireigni irmn,
which left Malum at luiio riuniiiiy
morning, was wrecked a half inilo this
side of (iervnls at II o'clock the aame
morning The train, which wa In
charge of Conductor l''.ugcne Ilrlstow
ami Knglneer John rolsoin, wa
running "long at a rapid rate when one
of iho axles ol the II fill cur from the
rear of the train broke, throwing
tho four car and the cuboose. which
were back of the wrecked car, olt the
track, completely wrecking them and
scattering the eoului'ta two of which
were loaded with wheat and the other
two with Hour-over the ground, ami
tuirlng up the track badly for about
PHI yards. The car were ground into
kindling wood and the road wns block
aded. Tlie wrecking tralu' from the
carahotM wu scut out and at once
began tho work nf cleurlnn up the
road. This wa completed by mid
night anil the road wa put In condi
tion to allow train to pass. The after
noon ltoscburg truln. which readied
the scenu of the wreck about 3 o'clock,
was, of course, unable to proceed und
walled therefore uutll tlie Salem local
reached that point, when passengers
I I wn. uw nlin llirml till! Ha-
llll'l UI!r,tt:KU ,s v.i.-"P,"- ,
lem liH iil running back to Portland
and the Koseburg tralu returned here.
I he overland train last night was de
layed two hours, arriving Iu thin city
. . . . i . . . . . .... i ....
at l a in yesier.iay iii iiuh-k.
PoVIAl. TKLKiiRAl'II ltATKH. The
Postal Telegraph Cmr.puny bus low
ered it rate Ii) those ol the WeslKrn
Union, w hich were recently published,
it.. in i oil.. InivH an understand
ing that their rate hall bethenuine
i i i,..i..l,.rn tin. seheibllo of rate
iiuhllsbcil a few day ago applle to the
I. . ... 11 . ... .1... tt-.....w.i
rn-tal u wen as io mo in.
(ilAMil-s.-llon It 11 Miller, the
i. lent of the Oieiron Agricult
ural Colltve, will ship id household
Ultccts to that city Satufduy. Mr Mil
! Ier' handsouiH residence in this city
i i...- i....... in President I haiiinan
i Ill's ... i " - " -
of the university who will move Into
i next week.
Tkn Day. Win 10 Swunn, the mini
rr...ied Krl.liiv for being drunk and
abtisinir hi wife, wa given a hearing
before Itecorder Dorrls and aentenia'd
i,. ten davs Iu tail. Tlie man' wife
was sent to her people at Dayton Hat-
,''".T.''" - ' TTT"
' . ; W- --T I?!1 '. f,
5 f )!,-'' V ''M'.'-s';
' - v. i.-v. rSuf '.-'.-r .-' ''( .
Is Simmons liver fpgulator don't
forget to t.ikr it. 1 hi Liver Rets sluRglsh
during the Winter, just like all nature,
nnj tlie svstem Kvurnii thokej up by
tin a.vmm:! it'. J vv.ist.-, wlii.h brings on
Mal.itii, l ever nnj Ague anj Klieuma
tisni. Yu want to wake tip your Liver
now. but j-uri mu take Sl.M.UOSS
LlVliR h'la.L'l AIOU t ) do it. It also
regulates th-' Liver Keeps it properly at
work, vv he. i your system will be free from
poison anJ the wlvl hclv invigorated.
You get Tin : ltr.s ritLooDw hm
your system Ii In Al condition, and that
will only he when tlie Lb cr is kept active.
Try a Liver HemcJy once and note the
ditlt-ri'iue. Hut take only Sl.M.YiONS
LlVliK Hintd ATOR it Is SIMMONS
I iviiK HniULAfOK vvhka makes the
dilleretKe. T.iUe it in ptrnder or In llqulj
already prcp.irej, or make a tea of the
CiwJer; butt.ikeSIMMONSl.IVKR KEGU
AfOK. You'll luiJ the KbU Z on every
(xickage. Look for it.
J, U. Xclllu Co., riaiadcliihU, Pa,
(iKNKKAL AltNOLl) HK.VH.
Siicciiiuhs to a Llngerlnr Illness of
Mondav's Portland Telegram: "John
(' Arnold, surveyor general ror ttio
district of Oregon, after a long and
lingering lllues lasting over a period
of marly live year, tiled this after
noon at P.': lo p m, at his rcsldcneo, 10
I'.ast Mnth strict. ,
"Mr Arnold wa born In tho stale of
Iowa ') I years ago, coining to Oregon
when hut a lad of 11. His Unit occu
pation was that of a school teacher,
subsccp'utly hu was a book agent, and
then taking up civil cnglntsi'ring by
Indomitable pel severance ho fought
his way to (ho bead of hi profession.
'ror. ' year past, prior to hi be
ing named surveyor general nn Cleve
land' second election, ho wan a real
lent ol Cinalilla county, with Ii las
homo In Pendleton. For 15 year of
this limn lie was county surveyor, the
other live year being devoted to farm-
'A more generous, warm-hearted:
man than was John (J Arnold II
would bo hard to Iiml, a the hun
dreds of dlstressetl emigrants and
struggling young men be lias assisted
"Mr Arnold leave a wife ami three
Mr Arnold was a resident of huge ne
and Lam, county for a number of
year, hdlowing (ho professions ot
school teacher ami civil engineer. Ilia
many friends throughout this lectioa
will learn with regret or nil demise.
!lly Ci tianl. August
Of tho many pretty wedding that
have occurred this summer season.
none, perhaps, wus so pretty as the
At their homo ot Fifth ami Pearl
street al high noon today, Mr and
Mr W ui Preston gave In marriage to
Mr Kmersou Lee Fisher, a prominent
young business man or ltoscburg, their
only daughter, F.tta Ilrlstow Preston.
All that kindly reeling und anisiio
lasle coil hi do hud been heartily done,
ami when the kuchis the relative
and Intimate friend of the happy
couple arrived a few minutes before)
the noon Hour, lliey lounu the uaimy
parlor transformed Into a bower of
Itlylllo bounty. Iu tho front parlor a
gorgeous "Hold Hand" and Japan Ill-
lies mingled their waxy pniK ana
white with tho mora brilliant coloring
or "La France" rosea ami the rich
green of palms and lint i houso foliage
plantu; white snowy mists oi domain-,
festooned from the center to the
brightest corner of the room, formed a
marriage arch ns unique a ueauniui.
Promptly at noon, to the strains of
Meudelsshon's "Wedding March"
laved bv Mis Hull the bilde and
groom, attended by little Iluw l Hull,
a maid of honor, and Master Donald
Preston, a page, tooK llieir places un
der Ihe arch, while ltev W
H Gilbert, with characteristic!
brevity ami tenderness, pro-
nouiieeil ilis earnest wnrtis inaiuinue
them man and wife. The charming
bride, nicely irowuod in cream chlltbu,
carried a bridal bouipicl of magnificent
"La r ranee" rose.
After happy congratulations, all
were shown into the dining room,
glowing with llamlng verbenas and
yellow roses, where a most perfect
lunch wa served. The bride and
groom were then escorted to the after
noon train, which they took for their
now homo iu Uos-burg. Tlie shower
of rose leaves and rice (to say nothing
of shoes) and the happy faces of the
entire company of guests, showed how
heartily they all joined tn wishing
them all the happiness Iu the world.
A Of EST.
I lia Ullisr m'hviaisr-
SA.'.HM. Or., Aug. 2J.-Forthe bene
Hi of McKinley, or Michigan, who
would have lost considerable money
by Investing In Oregon lands, the
titles to which have proven Invalid
because of tho base used, about 2800
acre have been listed from tho Cas
cade reserve ami will be used to "wt
up" MoK nicy's title.
liahjr (iiisril, Augint '.'(.
t ". Mm I msi ii t m 1.1 A ii i nail ranee
adjuster is in; tho city today working
on Ihe lloslclll ios. it nuv, m
that tho insurance was as follows: On
reslth nee, f -t,rlK; on furniture, 1.1,000;
total, to.oiK), Instead of a total of f 4,C00,
as formerly stuted.
Duly Utisr.1, Augut'2.
Oi.ii Siioks and Itit'B. A number
or friend were at the depot this after
noon lo witness the departure ot the
bridal parly. They had old shoes and
an abundance of rice, which wasshow
end upon the young couple.
ih.wd.sw. m wwk. of the lion- tj "t
an.ler poiiilrr (iiaranbs; ., .
if tcnu rei bottle by all draretita. UK
trip will not lie lie cs-ary.