The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, June 16, 1893, Image 1

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    T he tide of destiny is tu rn in g f a s t j
tow ards Florence. All sorts of ae-
I*
cum ulation of facts point that way
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Vol. IV.
FLORENCE, LANE COUNTY, OREQpN, FRIDAY, .IENE 115, 1893.
G E N E R A L D IRECTO RY
T he h ab it o f T h e \ ’,3-
one of
3
,, p u sh , ein ig y , pluck. It is th e new s
B U S IN E S S CA RD S-
W ORLD OVER.
T R A V E L E R S ’ GUIDE.
g ; ran ary o f these m o u ntain .-lopes
No. 9.
“ LOVE IS EN O U G H .”
to p erso n ally question, J foci com pelled
ld E WAS KIND.
' I wdi give you, ’ ho murmured, “a warrior’s to sa y th a t th e hope and lo n g in g of
ev ery im m ortal soul, us e x p ressed in A 1gcH«)n|c s’tcry About the but* Secre­
name.”
STATE OFFICERS.
Interesting Incidents Occurring at
She Big'.cii mid shook h e r head.
‘T h e S w eet By a n d By,’ w as n o t to us
H. D. C H A M B E R L I N ,
tary Wt-><1.»w.
• I will carve it aloft on the E -U r» of fame,
a ‘p ain ted lie ,’ b u t th e firm c o n v ieJo .i
Heine and Ah: oad.
S pca’.dng of th • cobbwfc officers w ho
la blood-red li tiers, enscroln-d in llume.”
a
u
d
faith
of
b
o
th
of
m
,
and
to
both
G overnor....................Sylvester Pennoyer
' Liui love c&Ei.ol read it," she said.
a
red
m nd Mi. H arriso n ’s ta b ic
S T A G E L IN E .
---------
J iU ilf lU iU J
c re e tio n w ould have seem ed a farce
A C O N D E N SE D RESUM E OF NEW S.
S ecretary of S ta te
. Geo. W. M cBride
• I ci■: : ing f his a d m in istratio n
" 1 will m ake you," he pleaded, ’a statesm an’s u n less associated w ith a b e lie f in a
L c H flc r. l-’ro n i A ll th e b l ." <r,*iit IlitilicH
' to m ind th e ’a te Be n t ary Win-
b rid e .' ’
T reasurer..........................Philip Metchen
G lenada,
Suprem e Being of infinite love, and an
- Oregon.
She listened, and turned her head.
w asp, kind and a f fib lc gen-
S upt. Public In stru c tio n E. 1!. M cElroy
im
m
o
rtal
e
xistence
for
m
an
beyond
tl
e
O
f
T
h
i
s
C'»a»t
«*»
•»
!
an<l
I
will
s
it
in
the
ta
ils
w
here
the
great
abide;
Leave« F lorence M ondays, W ednes­
. •! in n , a n d h is sudden d e ath w as a
S ta te P r i n t e r .................. F ra n k C. B aker j
W ehre am bition feasts, and Is s.e;stied.”
g ra v e .”
EinpliMt*
day» a n d F ridays.
on. k to Die co u n try a t larg e and a
“ Hut love caunot share it," she said.
L. R. J O H N S O N ,
1 ..................... \V. P. L oid I
Dr. Ik n n e tt, in a very in te re s tin g p ri­
A r r h e s a t Florence T uesdays, T h u rs­
".»( < ' Lgbcf to those v.ho enjoyed hi»
vate letter, says;
Supreme Court - ............. R. A. Bean !
d a y s a n d S a tu rd ay s.
• I will sing you a song such as pe<’t i prize.”
* qua':» ooice, says a w riter in thfc Wash-
A correspondent of J1 ••• Indianapolis
) ................ F . A. Moore [
She bludi« d and she dropped h< r he-.uL
“ VViien a hoy m y dream w as to de­
C onnects w ith S te am e r a n d S co tts­
>::gLOIl E vcniug News.
b u rg Stage L ine for D rain.
Also with Sentinel tells of a dog iwlucli com m itted ‘ I wiii woo »■» ft chords from the muse, whose vote xny life to m y peu, b u t an ed u ca ­
Ju d g e Second D istrict. .J. C. F u ll e r t o n j
I rcin#*iaher a n incident w hich show ed
C harge ' suicide th e o th er d a y . 3 The dog was a : Illum ine eyes
tio n wa» the first object, a h a rd th in g
A ttorney Second D istrict. S. W. Condon
the p o rta lse f lo te s paradise.”
AU m y work will be w a rran te d to give S ta g e L ine for Coos B ay.
h i ; k i n d n e s s o i h e a rt and th e unosten-
reaso n ab le.
for one to gain unaided.
B efore I
coilie
owned
by
F
ran
k
A
ustin,
a
prom
i­
“
Hut
love
caunot
sing
th
e
ta
,"
she
said
ci .iou . {ualities In h e re n t In th e tru ly
satisfaction. C all on or w rite to me a t
n e n t citizen of E c k e r tr . It seldom left • I will give you my love, th e n —‘Ils all I can k n e w enough to te a c h I beg an te a c h ­ •.•cat.
ing. I w as a b o u t eig h teen , a n d se n si­
COUNTY OFFICERS.
do.”
hom
e—never
w
itlioutlhini,
and
he
never
I I w as an in u fferably h o t d a y in th e
W H IS M A N H R 0 8 . '
tive as a girl. My book q u a lifica tio n s
Low dropped her wcfnnnly h* ad
\in-ina p r e (s’ing his d eath , and th e
w ith o u t it. . B ut luMih
tHiness in ' Ilovc
w ere m eager.
I had p len ty of p n p d s
you. oh. love, w . h a love so true.
m
i gJpr< d w ith I lir d force on th e con-
L ouisville.
Tim dog ftil
• ini. dec
There i s n o t h i n g e l s e i n m y l i f e tor you.”
¿lodge.............................. A. II. Fisk
m uch oilier th a n m vself. I had n ev er
JOHN
0.
GRAY.
rc te of th e open space b etw een th e
”liu t love is enough," sbt auk
pile
his
vtfurL
U
o.dJi
aiA.
\
-n
looked
in
th
e
a
lg
e
b
ra
—to
stu
d
y
it.
. E li P erk in s
—Brandon Bannor.
d viAran-.c of th e trea su ry and th e
’Could 1 teach a lg ‘bra?’ cam e th e q u e s­
Commissioners '■
th e m an got upon tf e ¡tain, the / g ran
*
) ...
Janies P a rk e r
tio n from these. ‘Oh, yes.’ B ut Jet us v»bite house.
to and fro along th e tiitek arid it la t sat
Over
Lake
Creek
Road,
On
th e c u rb o f the fo tlntain basin a
A
FAMOUS
HYMN.
w
a
it
a
w
eek
before
we
organiz<‘
a
The
best
work
a
t
th
e
m
ost
R
easonable
Prices.
■
7
W . K. W alker
C le rk ................................
dow n ami cried piteou-Iv. Lois wus con­
half grow n sparrow w as m ak in g frn it-
B E T W E E N K l ' G E V I <fc H E A D o f T I D E .
Office over Grange Store.
c la ss .’ T h a t n ig h t I w alked e ig h t
J . E Noland
S heriff..............................
•
r 's to g e t a d rin k of cool w a te r
tinued until an o th er train nppioached,
E ugene
-
-
O re g o n .
m
iles
to
the
n
e
a
re
st
village
and
b
o
u
g
h
t
Frank R entier
T re a su re r......................
w ii he aid his m ck upon the track “ Tho S w oot By an d By,” W hich an algebra. T h e re a fte r four o’clock of ••hb. ii bi.hbb'd ta n ta liz in g ly ju st be-
•i.d its reach. F in a lly it leaned ttUtUb
Millions H av e Suny.
. . . M cPherson
Assessor
I Leave Eugene M onday anti T hursday morn and ¡he head was sexered.
th e w in ter morning.4 I w as a t th
•o fa r, and, losing ite balance, fell
! tugs.
H O R A C E N. CRA IN,
I. G. Stevenson ;
School S u p erin ten d en t
lonely
c
o
u
n
try
schoolhouse
stu
d
y
in
g
\\ . H . (¡nines, an oi l colored h e al
j I.-sv e l i e d of Tide Tuesday and F riday at
Tho w rito r of one im m o rtal poem re ­ a lg e b ra by th e lig h t of a ‘tallo w d ip ,’ »»•'ldxiard.
C. M Collier
S u ru e y o r..........................
' i m m ’I.
Its s ir uggii w ere ta k in g it tow ard
p ciiche.’ «1 ( 'am t-ridge, Ohio, awoke his verses the e stab lish e d
axiom and k ero sen e not h iv in g th e n beim in
Coroner. ................................. J . W. H arris
>f th e b a sin a n d beyond
w i i e oi.e i ¡; i « recently, and told her lie reach es Cue h tven of a m b itio n by a sin ­ vented. 1 took m y class th ro u g h in
p „ , .
*03
n
escile. 1 • veiled o u t my open u:n-
h .d
i . « t i.»■ . vein i he
gels w ilt gle bound. T h ere have Lcen a goklen b o o k —an 1 th e y n e v er knew th e se c re t
1 D ealer in Flue W. tehes and Jew eirv
n um ber th u s sig n ally fo rtu n a te . The
irt-fla, and ju t an I was draw ing him
I', in he a u th o r of ‘ Curfew S hall N o t King To- T h a t is a b o u t th e w ay I have w orked n I fe it ;
CIT
. F
uni on my unouldcr and a
Eh
5 1 .0
all iny life. W hen I w as y o u n g e r 1 de­
. ¡/lit” sealed a t one hound th e ‘dcu'p
hearty voice said:
sire d to p u blish a volumy of poems, but
jg .’s (C im m o rtality . She wh. a . • n e v er had th e m oney to do it. T h u s I
“ Well done! I'll see th a t you have a
President
i l l p t - o ’ ic pen the sto ry o f “ A S o l-
escaped the c ritics and p ro b a b ly c o n ­ ’u fc-savim; m edal for th a t.”
•r o f i i > L egion” im evihed her nam e
k w as '
W indom. He w as on h is
served my re p u ta tio n .
on th.j si :• >li of fam e in le tte rs
¡t.
.»»inet m eeting, b u t th e n ;-
.is tin .
Board of in*.-ter
“ You in q u ire ab o u t ‘T he S w eet By way to i
T h e a u th o r of th e •■Battle lly m n i the
aud lie count
of »
k
and By.’ As to how it w as born, I h fair»
e w -re no signs of c«nn- lie; n b lh ” w ill live w ith th e nation
I’
J . OU
a d to V
while - he a
M. F. P.
j
.*t.
u:. •'.•r ..i a i illliinti oi-
m g h -solution until ju st before die and he w ho w as inspired w ith p a trio tic only know th e e x te rn a ls, as given nere- rescue »f il ■half
bu s I’rivaU- « t w i l l i n g - and fra:; pr iperty u
R ecorder...........
............ r rank. Wilson specbilty.
1 sein ■ Du tim e, w lien lie quietly lav a rd o r to sing “ T he S ta r S pangled B an­ w’itli. T h ere a re p h ases of th e life of
F * l o r e i n e
in u re s me e t di:r liner. • :t»u, and
He took Un
rc
a q n i u a . do". u and died.
T reasurer........... . L eonard C hristensen 1 w ill cull u p o n y o u an d in- • r e y o u i p r o p e r l y .
n e r” w ill be rem em bored by his w ords th e soul th a t arc profoundly, sw ee tly hl his hano
hi
real,
b
lit
u
n
se
e
n
—lik
e
th
e
sc
e
n
t
of
a
M a rsh a l..............
............ C. B. M organ
w hile t h a t b a n n e r c o n tin u e s to wave.
i ag e h
y t»
Jt is proposed to set up a big m onolith
For Passenger and F reig h t Rates
T hese a re heroic poem s s tru c k to tr i­ rose. We m ay w a tc h th e u n fo ld in g of ».ut of lian
.Justice of Peace. . . H . M. C ham berlin
;n,
w hich has been quarried a t Prentice, um phal or m aje stic notes. B at th ere a rosebud, b u t w e cun u o t k n o w —not lug rue to sì».
a shn
Sec
..............
y e t —th e prim al fa c t behind the v isible
W
is.,
as
a
m
onum
ent
to
Ja
m
e
s
G.
Blaine.
is
a
n
o
th
e
r
poem
w
hich,
lik
e
those
of
wc w alked on i
W . W . N K K L Y , F r o p ’r ,
m ira cle n o r th e alchem y of God th a t
I
t
is
th
e
biggest
stone
e
v
er
q
u
ariied
.
It
th
e
sw
ee
t
sin
g
e
r
of
Israel,
is
a
ttu
n
e
d
to
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
F lorence, Or.
w o rk s in the fact. I have o ften been
ra b ie s fu rn ish e d w ith a ll th e d e l­ M oyer & Kyle,
G ERM A N F;U D EN ESS.
is 115 feet long, 10 feet square a t the chords th a t live fo rev e r iu tho soul. Of d ra w n from bed by a de;
• im w ho
icacies of th e season. W ild gam e, F ish
base and 4 feet square a t th e top, and is these a re th e songs, poem s, h y m u s— cried ; ‘\ \i i te ! Writel* I l
m one A N e tc d D o n tn r #»n t h e V ir h lv a lr lc C*»n-
th ey a re all these and m ore—know n in
d u c t o r III. <’ m n try m o n .
“ C O O S / ’ 46 feet longer th an C leo p atra’s needle. the lite ra lu re of song as “ N earer, iny occasio n —w ritte n niue by , ■ sin ­
R E S B Y T E R IA N C H U R C H , Florence, and F ru it in season. B est accom m oda­ S T E A M E R
O regon. S abbath se' Aiee. S abbath- tio n s (or th e trav e lin g p u b lic.
Louise V( >n lvobeli, w ho is Fran v«»n
'd o g to
I t cost $12,000 to cut it o u t of its bed, God, to T h e e ” and “ T he S w eet By and g le n ig h t, b u t nev er cam<‘
C harges
o------ W ill m a k e -------- o
school, 10 o ’clock a. ui. P reaching 11
and it would cost $22,000 to tran sp o rt it By.” Tiie first w as w ritte n by a wom­ m e ju s t as did ‘Sw eet By ai • i . 1 . .’ Yes, Id* e n h art, h a s w ritte n a hook of “ Con­
o ’clock a. in. and 7 p. m. Sacram ent of reasonable.
us of Dr. D ollinger,” la te ly
1 have h e a rd it s u n g iu in. i.y place»
R E G U L A R D A I L Y T R I P S to th e W orld’s Fair. T h ere is some an, th e la s t by a m an, aud it is this and u nder m any c ircu m stan ces — blit,
th e L o rd ’s su p p e r on 1st Sabbath of
’ in to E nglish, from w hich th e
a
u
th
o
r
th
e
p
re
se
n
t
p
a
p
er
concerns,
and
doubt, however, about its getting to C hi­
J a n u a ry , A pril, Ju ly and O c t o b e r .
som ew ay, u n d e r no circum st ances th a t Daily : e • s of London h a s tak en ex-
----
B
e
tw
e
e
n
------
the
sim
ple
h
isto
ry
of
th
e
w
o
rd
s
and
E verybody is welcome to all th e services.
cago, as th e expense of tran sp o rtatio n
j m usic th a t have been su n g in every w ere in ap p ro p riate . I t o fte n c st gives tracts, 1 ’ivcn into an in n by a show er
P a sto r requests C h ristian s to m ake 11 HOVEY, H U M PH REY &. C O .
A
w ould be so great.
•f th e ir w alks, he w as g re atly
q u a rte r of th e globe, in c hurch, in con­ c o m fo rt a t th e grave. I t is the fu n e ra l in one
them selves know n.
A. Q. HOVEY. P r e s id e n t .
H. C . HUMPHREY, C a s h - r i
E lectricity in a street c a r in Fall R iv­ c e rt hall, a t hom e, by th e d e ath b ed h ym n o f free m aso n ry —th e higln;r innovi 1 by th e e- r.duct of some y oung
A. R odinson , P astor.
EUGENE,
-
-
-
OREGON.
in m , w hor
the w e ath er, sm oked
er, M ass., a few days ago, caused a dru m ­ ! and a t th e grave. N ever can I fo rg et o r d e rs —in A m erica. I have received
m an y a le tte r from the m ou rn in g th a t in ' ••¡db d ir. r/atien t ly for beer,
General office at Seaton.
!
th
e
sw
ee
t
a
n
d
c
o
m
fo
rtin
g
w
ords
as
I
m er to lose about $300,
H e had a tra v ­
“ T o b a c c o ; o l :ik‘ »hoi are dem oniacal
ethodist episcopal church O L D E S T B A N K SN C O U N T Y
m ade my h e a r t v ery ten d e r and h um ­
eling hag tilled with line w atches and first h e ard them sung on th e occasion ble. W ell, th e universal h e a r t of hu­ »? v e r s , ” B ill 1 I).¡Linger, h a lf in je st am i
service. P reaching a t G lenada ev­
K N O W L E S , N E E L Y and G E T T Y S,
of
a
g
r
e
a
t
calam
ity
,
w
hen
m
any
peo­
ery 2nd and 4th S ab b ath s a t 11 a. m.
O w ner.«. jew elry, and w hen he sa t down he laid
ple w alked in th e valley of th e shadow m an ity loves to th in k of and sin g of a half in eai n«' ■ii. ‘ Sm okers are b a r ba r-
TRANSAOT8 IN ALL BRANCHES
P ra y e r m eeting T hursday, 7 p. in. F lor­
T h e e te rn a l sm oking of
th e bag on the floor.
T he head of an of death. I t w as a w om an’s voice— sw eet, blessed reu n io n w ith those w ho
en ce: P re a ch in g , 7 :3 0 p. in. P ray er G E N E R A L B A N K I N G
igars by o u r fo refa th ers
a v e laid dow n th e burden of e a rth ».gl and
EAST AND
S O U T H iron bolt protruded through th e floor, n o t th a t of a g r e a t sin g er, b u t one h life
m eeting, F rid ay , 7 p. in. P t. T errace:
h •' 'p e l to b rin g ab o u t th e
—w h e th e r it can d e m o n stra te it or .'ouht'
and u nfortunately for him th e bag rested w ho se n t fo rth sy m p a th e tic n o tes from
P reach in g 1st and 3d S a b b a th s 11 a. in.
V IA
not. I t is the atav ism of the soul to the sh o rt : e l d w hich has now become he-
i
au
o
vercharged
h
e
art.
T
h
e
song
w
as
S eaton, sam e, 3 p. m. All welcome.
I
on
th
is
holt,
The
aiugnetism
from
the
FIRST N VI hINAI, gANK TH £
£
ty p e of its p rim a l innocence a n d com ­ 3.-Jit.;ry in G erm any. T obacco sm ok­
H . M oys , Pastor.
w orks h e k ”' the.flooi^ig was com m uni­ new then. As h e r voice fe ll on tho m union w ith God.
ing : . tho ruin of Ro- iety and of chival-
silence th a t w as broken only by tiie
c r i ugene
cated through the rmli- < tl. • watches, w ails of th e m o u rn ers, th e re fell upon
“ Would you like to h e ar how the lit­ n u.s e.induct tow ard w om en.”
OF THE
T Jk in f of t he G erm an love of public
T. Q. HENDRICKS. P o e s .
S . B. EAKIN. J r ., O a s h - r
and every one of the m ain and h a ir th e g ro u p t h a t peace of God which tle hym n sounds in Chinese? A New
SECRET SOCIETIES.
S o u t h e r n P a c ific Co.
springs was ruined.
passeth all u n d e rsta n d in g . She sang 1 York jo u rn a l p ublished it in th e Chi­ hom es, h said: “ W hen I com pare o u r
PAID UP CASH CAPITAL,
nesc c h a ra c te rs and a n iu te rlin e a l | j : nog men w ith y o u n g E nglishm en
$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
Express T rains Leave P ortland Daily.
W hile prep arin g to burn lim e, George every w ord in a d is tin c t recital ive and tra n s la tio n , w hich, I suppose,
SURPLUS AND PROFITS,
$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 ÄOUt h
is w h at a diff r n c I find! How m any
I
I
Ill
the a w fu l ten sio n o f u n a v a ilin g g rief
F. <& A. M. Siuslaw Lodge No. —.
H o rn , of G ettysburg, S. D., u n earthed
p. « tc de i e.-.rin *. w eakly, uncouth»,
i I Lv
Portland
Ar I 7:35 a m
w as broken. 'There was a hum an need a u th e n tic . I w ill tra n sc rib e tho first
■ R egular com m unication on second A C C O U N T S S O L I C I T E D I 7:00
Eugene
i I I.v
verse:
L v i ’4 :H a ip a perfect specim en of a petrified m an in of co m fo rt; ev ery one w anted a copy
m a n n c rlc v you; • j ter» I see here, w hile
S a tu rd ay n ig h t in each m onth.
ton rrjiiicifcco Ly j ì :M ¡i in
- . I
i i Ar
"T kt re ’a a land th a t is fairer than day,
it i.s a real plea .’.ire only to look a t th e
EUGENE,
i h o bed of l he little C hevenne river, near of th e w ords, th e music, and in less
OREGON.
A mos H ausall , \V. M.
Above tra in s st«»p only at follow ing n a tio n s
Joy bin pwock yow y:it jaw wall me »haw,
boys a
» tu L“ its in E n g lan d , s > vigor«-
In th a n a w eek m u rm u rin g lips w ere
north of Kosvbur^: East Portland, <»recoil ( i;v, the fam ous In d ian m edicine rock.
And by faith we can »• c it afar,
oils, h<
W oodburn, Salem. A lbanv, ia n g e n t, sliedds,
ky. w ell grjtvuk cteati-and dis*
fram ed to sing;
Yow » in docK gwa e u nong yin honggeen,
height
it
was
6
feet
2
inches,
was
prop­
lhtlKey,
H
arrisburg,
J
u
n
c
tio
n
City,
irv
in
g
,
r.u-
O. U . W . P erp etu a Lodge, No. 131, '
tinguisbci
►oking iu their- a ttra c tiv e
F o r the F a th e r w aits over iho way,
» ¡ J S C N , L£ 0ÍN 3 gene.
“ F o r tho F a th e r w aits over the w ay.”
erly laid out and showed o th er evidences
a m eets every 1st and 3d Saturdays |
F. o th e yuu Loy hen boon gong jib gaw,
college d re s.”
HO8RBURG MAIL, DAILY,
T h e tide of g rie f w as div erted by tho
.each m o n th .
M em bers and v is itin g 1
of u Christian b urial.
It is supposed to
To prepare ns a dwelling ¡»la •• there.
At a n o th e r tim e h e sakl t h a t if h o
Gwy lioi vhoty i;in die juck we on goey.
b re th re n in good sta n d in g are c rdially ,
S:30 a in Lv
P ortland
Ar i:30 p ill he th e body of a soldier who died som e i w o n d erfu l in sp iratio n of the song.
•ver • » h ’sdslator th e first law lie w ould
i s e r
8, F illm o re B en n ett, th e a u th o r of
2.30 p m Lv
Lv l'i:2i a m
Eugene
inv ited to a tte n d .
A. F . H uud , M. \Y.
In the »went by and by
b:tr« (ltiee in G m a n y w ould lit* one for*
6:50 P nk Ar
K oseburg
I.v 7:00 a in tim e in th e fifties.
i *‘The S w ee t By and B y,” lives in the ' “ Ilow
how loy dock wing gong,
he prot* • iion of y o ung girls. E ngland;
—
AND
albaxy local , daily i E xcept S unday.)
N early or q u ite the whole of the claim tow n of Richm ond, 111. A t th e tim e of
VVo bi all met i o.i i. at beautiful shorn,
;i!p| A m -d a w ere, he said, in advance
leave :
A ltK IV E :
*
f rs
r
A
.1
1 1
O. O. F. H eceta Lodge No. I ll,m e e ts
w ritin g th e poem, how ever, h r. Ben- , (io chi dan l»it Joy chop wall me shaw.
P
ortland
5:00
p
m
|
A
lbany
...
9:00
p
m
of
C
alifornia
property
recently
aw
arded
<d G erm any in th e tre a tm e n t o f wom en.
• every W ednesday e vening in Lodge M E R C H A N T • ■ T A 5 L O 3 , A lbany
In the sw eet by and by,
G:H0a m | Portland
10:30 a m to th e heirs of G en. John C. F rem o n t n e tt w as a re sid e n t of th e village of
Dow hov loy dock v ing gong,
H a ll, Florence, Oregon. B rothers in
‘ !' r in stan c e,” In* added. “ I h a rd ly
; E lk h o rn , W is., and w as engaged in ttie
D E A L E R IN
W
o
sJia’l
m
eet
on
th
a
t
beautiful
shore.
good sta n d in g invited to a tte n d .
D in in g C ars o n O gd en R o u te ,
will go to a naval officer who bought up p u b lic a tio n o f sacred m usic. He was
th in k that, a n c lim a te d Englishmack*
Go uhidan bit joy chop w ah inc ahaw .”
M. D. L andis , N. G.
w ould allow his \. ih I-» f t li him hi»
P v il lm c v n . E u i f i e t S l e e p e r s . th e claim s of o th er heirs. H e will he asso ciated w ith a m usical com poser
m B ek n iiard t , Kec. Sec.
m ade rich by the operation, and if he re­ who had fits of m elancholy and d ep res­
AM»
The* a u th o r of “ T he Swe ;t By and boots, slip;: v , .-¡gar- a n d new spapers*
a» do so ma i.y of o u r co u n try m en .”
IR E N 'S rU a-JIS tllN Û GOODS SE C O N D C L A S S SL E E PIN G C A R S, m ains in th e navy will he one of the sion. On one o f th ese (lark ontlookh By” nays this b e au tifu l trib u te to his
ullach ed to all T hro u g h Trains.
sm all com pany of officers to whom the he cam e in to th e ir place of business, ex cellen t wife:
NOTARIES.
HISTORY REPEATED.
“ T he only hom e hours a d octor has
s ile n t a n d d ejected.
m a tte r of pay is no m om ent.
West Side Division.
EUGENE,
-
OREGON.
“ W h at is th e m a tte r now , W’e b ster? ” a rc th e e v en in g s—and he is not su re of
B etw een P o rtla n d and C o rv a llis .
T
he R om ans b u ilt th e first dikes in
M A IL T R A IN D A ILY (E X C E P T >1M » V Y.)
The 1. te s t alleged cure for d runkenness asked his p a rtn e r.
them . The sw eet silence of solitude,
H olland.
A. R. BUTTOLPH,
7:30 a nt ! Lv
Portland
A r I 6:80 a m is th e invention of an Ohio doctor. It is
“ Oh, n o th in g —it iso f no consequence w hen fancy or fe elin g w ould find e x ­
p
in
I
Ar
<
’»»rvjillis
I.v
|
12
56
p
m
I n ShakcRpearc’s tim e w its, critic»
EUGENE.
pression
in
rh
y
th
m
,
is
n
o
t
fo
r
him,
—it’ll
be
a
ll
r
ig
h
t
by
aud
b
y
,”
answ
ered
At tlbanv and Corvallis ..... ..
with trains e n tirely of vegetable origin, and is taken
and noblem en w ere given se a ts on th e
leastw
ays,
I
never
find
it.
Only
my
Mr.
W
’e
b
ste
r.
of Oregon Paciiic R ailroad.
in ’o the stom ach in the ordinary wav.
BXHRRSX TR A IN S D A ILY (E X C E P T S U N D A Y .)
“ T h e n ,” sa y s Dr. B e n n ett, “ the idea •Sweetheart* know » w hen to he g r a ­ stage.
T he inv en to r claim s th a t by his tre a t­
A i . coiioi . d istilled from w ine war, first
».ci
p
m
l
i.v
Portland
Ar|A:20
a
m
cam
e to me like a flash of su n lig h t, and , cious, and if she observes th a t w hen I
And Collector.
7:2r> p in | Ar
Me Minn villa
Lv | 5:15 a m m ent he has im planted a positive loath­ I responded in sta n tly : ’T h e Sw eet By am w ritin g I do n o t c a rry th e lin e s to m entioned as a q u a vita», w a te r of life,
L f - c l I I
Office tw o doors w est of Florence Hotel.
T hrough Tickets to a ll points in th e Eastern ing for alcohol in no fewer th an 15.000 a n d By;* w hy w ouldn’t t h a t be a good th e right-hand verge of the she'd, and by Yi’lcnouve, w ho died in 1315.
F lo re n o © ,
-
O re g o n .
States, Canada and E urope can be obtained nt
'I’n e queen o f H enry IV., of France*
leave* lines b lan k by fo u rs a n d by
low est rates from L. G. Adair, Agent, Eugene. poisons who were heavy and h a b itu a l su b je c t for a so n g ? ’
“ ‘P e rh a p s,’ he a n sw e red , indiffer- e ig h ts then a ll is silent, as if each on one (H’easion wore a d re ss sew n w ith.
drin k ers.
R. K oehler .
E. P. Rc-.ru«.
w ere occupying a position a t the n a d ir 32,000 pearls anil 3,000 diam onds.
i e n tly .
JOE MORRIS, Jr.,
Manager.
Asst. O. F. and Pass Agt.
Z R o lle r
I t is said th a t five m inutes a fte r th e
“ B ut I w as n o t to be discouraged. I and zenith of in te rs te lla r space, and
P o rtla n d , Oregon.
Tnr. col, ey of M ary lan d w as one of
cyclone struck Cisco, T exas, several tu rn e d to m y d e sk a ml w ro te the o rig ­ th a t is s ilitti le enough, iu i.ll cou- the th irte e n s ta te s of th e union, and
weeks ago, spreu<iing death and d e stru ct­ in al form of the poem:
seien «e‘. Y’e t I know- th a t all the tim e an was first se ttle d by ( ’ap t. W illiam Clav-
From Terminal or Interior Points the ion in Us path, ttie moon was sh in in g
occasional glance, love lit, cornu;« n»c- b'.urne, w ith a p a rty of m en from Vir­
'•f.WBJ-T dy as » n r ”
F lo re n c e ,
O re g o n .
w a n l from ju s t across th e w ritin g t a ­ ginia. in 1031.
“ Thcrc*:i a l m l th a t Is fairer Crin day,
dow n upon the ruins from a pel feel ly
Manufacture the Finest Grades of Flour
( l ij l ll b
ble, mid from the sam e locality th e re
And by fui th u e c in »ec i: if .r,
T wenty y ears ago Five Points, New
i
n
..i
.-ky,
ami
the
shrieks
of
the
w«mnd-
,<2«o. O. Knowles,
Cnas. Gsttys
F o r ihe f ’a ’n r w: its over the way,
v ib ra te s into iny bein g th e ten d e r m a g ­ York, w as notorious ns b e in g th e m ost
( i and the moans of tfte dying Could he
To
u:, >» uAuhiGif p.aco moro.
net
ism
of
a
fy
in
p
a
th
e
tic
h
e
a
rt,
and
1
from
Lane
County
Wheat.
w
icked
and u n c o n tro llab le of buinun-
KNOWLES & GETTYS,
I m th e l i a r to tu b e
ii.
everyw here.
“ In the S w rc t By r. . 1 I) -.
am w iihin the a re a of an appreciativ e, i y ’s h a u n t ,. T hro u g h th e efforts o f m is­
We
ahaii
in»
i (»H t i.o beautiful ahoro—
help fu l in tellect.
She is iny b est sionaries and schoolm asters it is now
it I-dgiai entered a dw elling in In -
l u l u . i w c m My ana By,
atterson
ori & C o. TO ALL r o n m SÄST :.rJ. c i ;
help er, h cause o f h e r sy m p a th y —aud one of the b rig h te st and m ost peaceable
»lian. pod,- mid Was proceeding uoineiess-
We uh..
■ t >u i ...i bi autlful ahore.
hi < an i she is my b e st c r i t i c ”
quai l«•«•» of tho 1'niti‘il States.
¡y io g ain er son.^ ♦»^nahles, when lit;
“ We »bad King on th a t L« ;* tif »l aboro,
S o a .to x i
-
-
O re g o n
Ik.chaps tho th o n s .rids w ho have
( i n <'d 'her 1,
a trim ty w as con-
Tho OH hxi.OUH S g I if ; » of lue n. 4,
utdoiiLtieu
udden
hurst
of
pro-
F l o »
D ro g
f 'to r o .
sung, prayed orj/1 an ted the m elody of ebul» »1 a ‘ St. Udcfonso betw een F ra n c o
It is th e P in i’itf C ar IT
And our ap riia au>li .-rrow -¡c :.i.«rc-•
n>
a
p
a
rn
d
,
ami
its
T hrough Vn ' i » d e l
H
th e by.un-song w ill tak e a n w p leas­ a m i S p a i n , by w hich, u n ’e r c erta in eon-
Not a sigh for iho blensiug «»f rest!
ín H,f n ,r ,
ATTORNEYS.
(Chorus.)
■ UM k< II.- IHL.It-r.
u re in its aw» e t stra in s th ro u g h le a rn ­ (ii1 ••» t ' : c ‘ c.crnignty and pre-priety <>f
9 THVA • ■
o w •4 J*O
in g som ething of th e koine an I life L' i i.-’.a v.sve cedr <1 to F rance by
" To our nouniuux r m a r above,
history of its .author. A copy of the Spain, w In n th e rep u b lic of F rance n»-
H ( wi.I o R r l tri i itn of pralue,
•L
verses in iny possi“ssion, penne.I for me e r t- r e d in ’o pos;a .».»i »n of th a t A m eri­
F o r the g.orloaH g.i io i Hl t love,
SEYM OLB
A nd the L ie Hinps H a t hallow our (toys.
by th e au th o r, reveal a ehirog*apliy as can province.
(Chorus.)
dainty as tho I '..» a n hand of a past
At • n
T H E S IG H T S G F E U R O P E
“ W hen I had it com pleted f hn
1 eru, and <| lite c o n sisten t w ith th e ideal
h . i r i c t c r o f n p -'irl. M rs. M. h. ltayn c
,
i Nvvspoti New«, it to V# ebster. As be read it he lost
¿aw in all it* branche* k » »vu >
T
he lily grow s w H I it. h : ■ k J y ! -,
hi» iniliir»;i en<e and his face b rightened in D etroit Free I r - i».
?L k ¿ "-'rL
> ., ii-i
v . l i p c .» u . f l l t O i J U l l d g I n g i o
and w as tak e n t<
, in b •
E31X.,
oho ó r .
w
dh
enthusiasm
,
'ih
en
he
udeed
a
nimi ui#** h i .,. cii .
f in flc v o k n d .
P p . I H in t
f f.: '
m
C h e m ic a ls ,
- j ted and in w hich
T iie nev.t in :
frien
d
w
ho
hud
stepped
in
to
h
an
d
him
«<•<■ ...I- !, ■ I .
free i.i.H in ib i i.» d
'They w ere p lay in g a gam e of cards, cost Ihoon,,o ■
’
f
A
l/.diis man who called upon a h is v io lin and he im provised the. m el­
I'crfum ery,
f o r n »mc» s t
k oiid*Cla*a l icket»,
a lth o u g h they w ere ju s t engaged, and th a t dum p In. ■
he
A. E. GALLAGHER,
and
ody.
In
a
few
m
om
ents
he
hud
w
rit­
young
v,om
an
scvcial
tini<;s
(or
tho
ex-
Stationery,
be w as m iserably jea lo u s of Ins op­ Dyck, L’u ’
. 'i “ ; ’ •
E L E f .r iT D A Y C O A C K Z S prehs pm pore oi m arrying h er, saying hi; te n out the n o tes fo r th e four part» of ponent. * n whom M abel was in n o ce n t­ dea ' j anti t
W all Paper,
th
e
chorus,
a
n
d
in
thir
ty
m
inutes
fro
m
I was predestined to do t»o, uau limaF $fX)
ly sm iling.
•/
i. . :-m
neo»
th e tim e I had ta k e n my yen to w rite
Blank Books,
She led a diam ond, he blindly fol­ mou ohje <, in .
ICu.g©n®
-
O re g o n .
li '.-a .... ,
•. d it
A Centi’n n s Lias cwin'Jrt’n j with. by an unappreciative judge.
the words, fo u r of us w ere Kinging the
a heart.
. i . At I’u
>
Toilet A rticles,
AU Linos, affording diroot ¿ad ua- B lair Irw in, C7 } ars old, a survivor of hym n. Vii.niii Lv. o w eeks We neard the low “ T ed ak wit!i
Office over Lane County Bank.
e hr <:k the h e a rt th a t tl su gav- n o h
th aï hr- • i*?rent kin d s a re of-
intorruptii ssvviio.
, the b a ttle of BaLtklava a n d th e charge of c hildren s.n g io g it on the s tre e ts .”
W indow Shades,
e s t,” she said cnquettislily.
it p c s v a ry in g from
fs-» ; for •
'1 here a re o nly tw o o f th<». e who as­
“ Do you m ean it? ” he p.ald, w ith nine to .*■/ • tec u cents.
Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully Pullm an Sleeper reservations can 1 the L ight Brigade, is t*» walk from Bos­ sisted Lt th e b i it h of th is in j n a tio n a l
A. C. WOODCOCK.
1 I t is e tc ‘
irv tl.r nigh' u t Spain f.-r
,—Compounded.—>
he secured iti advance through ton to Chicago 'a rry in g tiro A met lean song w ho a re now living—In B ennett fat •• 1 in s : .te n c e .
“ C ertainly I do,” she responded. the \ ;ib » of cafes to fill a glass of
and B ritish flags.
a n d 8. IC. B rig h t, of F o rt A tkinson,
any agent of the roatl.
It is estim ated tied th ere a rc 1,000,000 Wis. T h ese tw o have been m any “ You know , 'Tom, yon revoked.”
win • o r li'
si» th a t it ovt rfiows Upon
•/
“ I have Auspected i ta l l the e v en in g ,” the san er. in;sci:-t(»lii, in w hich it is
tune» ’.. itu e sscs of its wond. rfid popu­
more
orange
trees
in
hearing
this
year
in
d
a
K u g en a.
• -
O re g o n
he e x eh iiin td , in co h e ren tly , a s ne desired to
through t i c kets L "
•w an . ppearanc of lib*
la rity , aim e v ery w h e re tho note» <»♦ its
C alifornia th an there were last.
1G-p:ige jo urnal will lie sent free to America.
ru sh e d from th e room and from th e e rrJity , is ea»le 1 “ tin foot h a th .”
Enuland and Europe can l»t purchased
7 an d A M cLaren’» Biiildiiifr.
plaintive
m
usic
w
as
to
them
ns
a
A
firm
of
shoe
dealers
in
Brooklyn
a
n
­
liou*e.
Special a tte n tio n given to collection» and pro all the subscribers of T he W est a t any Ticket office of th is < om pany.
b reath of thi-ir native air.
L ittt . e a llig ato rs, s e n t to F ra n c e
b a te busiues».
nounces th a t they have a piclure and a
And ju s t because he revoked in a
who pay one year's subscription
T hia i» the b rie f aud sim ple story of
from Florida, are very p o p u la r petn
in advance. T his liberal offer ap­ Full inform ation c o n ce rn in e rate*, tim e of tiger on free exhibition a t ttie shop at th e in cep tio n o f the somz w hich was sim ple tric k of cards, he w as o bliged w ith f i hionahle F rench w om en. T h e y
train«, rout# « and otiv r <b-iHils furniNhed on a p ­ certain hours.
consi.-itcnt w ith tin; life and se n tim e n ts to propose tw ice to the sam e g ir l.— »idd'un live to a dangerous ize—th a n k s
L. BILYEU,
plies alike to nil old as well as plication to any agent, or
D e tro it Free Press.
of it» a u th o r, who, w hen mt ..itu c k w a s
to th e ir eonfiicHin nt and c o n sta n t g o rg ­
new patrons. Remember it costs
A. it. (ieueral Lyons P ost, No. 58,
F a . nni : K umui ." w as a lw ay s d ra m a t­ ing of b its of raw m eat to am use th e ir
A. D. C H A R L T O N ,
m ade on his religious bcL«*f, th u s for­
you only two dollars for two pa­
m eets aftei tin* first q u a rte r of th e
A ssistant G eneral Pa.«.*enter Aifcnt,
i
s
<
e
vzh
..
she
w
as
in
a
sir
p
b
u
y
­
c ib ly and m odestly defended him self
m istresses. A grow n-up a llig a to r, even
m oon, lun a r m onth.
No. 121 Flr«t Mt.. e«»r. W aahinffton,
in g a piece of » a ’.co she asked; “ Will it if very tam e, w ould n o t lie a nice th in g
aud Ids 1 1 te n .:
pugens,
-
-
O r e g o n . pers. Sample copies can be seen
<». W. C k ivx x , C om m ander.
at this office.
w
ash
?”
in
a
tone
mi
th
rillin
g
t
h
a
t
it
offlev over First National Iionk.
“ W iiilc 1 c la m th a t every m an ’s re ­
P o r t l a n d , O r B. F, Alley, A djutant.
to have ab o u t a drawing-room.
ligion is Korn»*!liing sacred to hi» own f . s / h ’ n »1 t ’. c u ,c i u i o . i t o f id s v. it .
so il, am is- m th in g no m..n h a , a r i 'h l
--- x~~
H. H. B arrett, P ro p ’r,
Contractor ail Bnilfler.
F lorence, - - Ore.
S ta g s
: L in s ,
Dental Surgery.
Practical W atchmaker
Io Y<
H ead of Tide Hotel,
P
JANECOUNTY BAN?
Floraci ana Hsafl of Tide.
M
A
E. HÂ
A
a a
I
BATS
W .
Notary Public, Surveyor
F L O U R S N G M SLLS
Notary Public, Land Agt
Notaries Public,
CAP
P ro c e s s
P
, E
3
Attorney a t Law,
Attorney a t Law.
’Vnv. . hnericn
Attorney a t Law.
Farmer,
c.