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THE W E ST
J A D V E R T ISE R S
YOUR HOHE PA PE R
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S U P P O R T IT
SIUSLAW’3 ONLY PAPER.
O PPO RTUNITY
VOL. VII.
FLORENCE, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUG. 7, 1896.
GENERAL OlREOTORY
B U S IN E S S C A R D S-
T R A V E L E R S ’ G U ID E.
AN IMPRESSIVE SIGHT.
NO 15.
S h a kesp eare'» H e ro in e » .
CURIOUS SPORT IN CUBA.
T he fact th a t fccys acted h is heroines
C ru e l A in u .e u ie n t . W i t h D ucks. ChfokeoS
w
ay
have
im
pelled
Shakespeare
to
pre­
E l'U E N E -F L O K E X C h
.lu ll B u lla u s t l i e V ie t in:,-4.
Drs. Robards and Robards.
The Jew ish population iu Jerusalem sent h is R osalind, Im ogen, J u lia and
C ubans of iho low er an i m i d d l e
is said to be about 12,000, und it ia V iola in doublet and hose, because iu
« G o v ern o r................... ■ William P. Lord. P H Y SIC IA N S & SURGEONS.
steadily increasing. I entered tw o of the m ale a ttiro the boys m ust have looked classes indulge tlieir sporting blood in
S ecretary of S tate . . . ■ . H. R. K incaid.
synagogues, but th eir dirtiness, poverty, and acted th eir best. I t is more easy to pastim es w hich w ould not be tolerated
For tho
E - B a n g s , ___ P r o p r to r .
FLO R EN C E, OREGON.
and bareness, and tlio absence of beunty conceive a m ale representative of Llidy in a country having a Sock
T re a su re r.................
and tusto iu tlieir decoration, form ed a M acbeth than of J n lie t, but we, w itli Prevention of C ruelty to A nim als.
Stipr. Public Iiistructi« »n.. . .G. M. Irwin.
Stage leaves Jiugene M ondays
On fete day3 in the sm aller tow ns and
g reat contrast to botli C hristian and our advantages, can never bo w holly
fitnte Pin nter
....... W H. Leeds.
JOHN C. GRAY
W td.tea lays and Kri lays a t 6 a. iu..
Mohammedan edifices. The jew s, how ­ reconciled to tho idea of a woman i villages w hich c a n ’t support a bull
^Ut«Tiiey G eneral.
.0 . M. bilem.,.1.
ever, uiako one most rem arkable dem ­ played by a m an. Tho greatest revolu­ tight a favorite sport is to hang a sleek
a rriv in g ia Fiorjnu.) th e day fol­
..........R S Beau
onstration iu Jerusalem every week. On tion in tlio history of the m odern dram a fat dnek by the feet by a w ire or rope
low ing a t
a in.
S uprem e Court
........F A. M »« »re
F riday evening, ju s t before the begin­ was tlie introduction of w omen upon stretched between tw o trees or posts on
j . . . . C. E. W olveiton I'll, b n « V >rk At th e most Itenminalilr Prie
T H E C H R O N IC L K r a n k s w ith th e greate®»
t See over tninii e n d rtaviugs Bank.
ning of the Jew ish Sabbath, they repuir the stage. T his change w as canned not the village plaza. Tho head of the duck
newspaper?» in th e U n ite d S tate«.
ti
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a
r
a
ia
g
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s
ta
g
c
leaves
Florouc
J u d g e S e c o itil District . . .J C. F ullerton
T H E C H R O N IC L E h as no equal on th e P acino
in great num bers to a spot faciug a m erely by a rt considerations, but arose bangs ju st out of roach of a mail on
’ : ’ a ♦
O r o ; -JII. on
*1.m lays, W ednesdays ami Coaat.^ I t le u d sn ll In ab ility , e n te rp ris e an d neu a. piece of the old w all, and there bew ail in p a rt from the laxity of m orals and of horseback, and the “ sp o rt” consists in
A.H «riiev Set* r i i D u fr i i- t .t ii- o . M B r ovn
R O N IC L E ’«» Tel- -grttphtc R ep o rts utj
Find ty.i a t 3 p. in., a rriv in g in E u ­ th T e H la E te s C t H and
tho fain th a t bus overtaken the Holy milliners a t tho re sto ra tio n : but never­ ' rid in g under the poor duck at fu ll speed,
m o st reliab le, Its I<ocaf N ew s th e
fu llest an d spiciest, an d its E d ito ria ls from th e
City.
Tho “ w ailers, ” us they are som e­ theless w hat a m ighty and boneficeut grabbing it by the neck and pulling
gene the day follow ing a t 6 J), nr. ab lest pons In th e country.
w
hat
rudely
eullod by English visitors, change it was I W hat gifts und grace, its head off. A d u ck ’s neck w ill stretch
T H E C H R O N IC L E h a s a lw a v s b s e u . a n d alw ays
include Jew s of every class and every w hat loveliness, p u rity , tenderness, j a g reat deal, and it requires a firm hold
a n d ch am p io n of th e people as
W. W. NBELY, Prop’r.
C O U N T Y O F F IC E R S
Single fare . .
_ _
j g o t • w g ill a in he, s t th co e m friend
b in atio n s, cliques, coriMfratlons, or
ago. Somo I saw wore rich und ccstly peuius, charm , have been show n to the and a determ ined jerk to yank oil (he
- _ _ _
#y>ot, oppressions of an y k in d I t w ill be in d e p en d en t gaberdines, und others the sam e g a r­ delighted w orld since women hav e been ! prize.
T ables furnished w ith all the R ound trip
iu e v e ry th in g n e u tra l In n o th in * .
The duck frequently resists the efforts
m ent of more common m aterial. There played by women w ith in tho confines of
delicacies of th e season.
W ild
T ick ets for sale a t E. Bangs’s
the mugió wooden O ! How did, how j of h a lf a dozen riders before p artin g
wore
Jew
s
of
nearly
every
nationality,
Judge
.................. . . . E. G. P o tter. gam e, fish an d fru it in season. Best livery barn, E ugene, a n d a t H u rd
including R ussia and Poland, und m any conld, the players of S hnkespeare'stim o w ith its head. The horsem en sometime.)
accom
odations
for
th
e
trav
elin
g
&
D
a
v
e
n
p
o
rt’s
office
in
F
lorence,
.
.
.
W.
Bailey
of
them wore Ihn lovelock w hich is pe procuro boys of such intelligence, beau­ , miss the duck entirely, lose th eir bal­
C om m issioners
........
. . . J . T. Callison I public. C harges reasonable.
cnliar to tho children of the tribe of ty, delicacy of m ind, th a t they conld ance and ro ll out of the saddle into tho
_______ __________________
w o rth ily personate pure, lovely, noble durj. This furnishes fun for everybody
Benjam in.
C lerk.............................. A. C. Jen n in g s
except tho duck.
A more im pressive and pathetic sight wom en?
S h e riff................................... A. J . Johnson
The gam e m ay also ho played on tho
Could w e uow tolerate any youth in
it
would
bo
im
possible
to
im
agine.
The
T re a s u r e r...........................A. S. P atterson I am a g e n t for
w hole company stand w ith their faces to such parts as Im ogen, Desdemoua, J u ­ w ater, iu w hich case tho line on w hich
----- S A I L 8 -------------
Assessor............................. D. P. B urton
tho w all, and they chant, not together, liet? ¿Still it m ust he rem em bered th a t tho duck hangs is stretched between tho
B uck=E ye M ow ers and On th e 1st 10th a n d 20th o f each
lint each ouo for liitnsolf or herself, a the boys w ho first acted such characters m asts of tw o anchored bouts, anil ro w ­
S chool S u p e rin te n d e n t..........C 8. H unt
m onth.
litany of lam ent over the fate of tho were probably trained, Suspired, in- | boats are su b stitu ted for horses.
P u rv e y o r................................ C. M. Collier
-------- R a k e s.--------
I11 another country gam e a chioken is
City of David. The litany is iu Hebrew, structed by the m uster him self, and ho
C o ro n e r...............
. . . J . »V H arris All other kinds of-------------
Single trip 83.00. R ound trip 85.00
may w ell have done wonders. I t was a buried alivo in the ground to tho n e c k ,
and
every
one
present
had
w
itli
him
tho
Ju s tic e of Peace.
,.F . B. W ilson
F arm in g M ach in ery .
Hebrew prayer boor. There is no unison hard condition, and tw in born w ith its head alone being visible. T he men
Sam ples may be seen at my place.
C o n sta b le ............
Jonh F . T anner
or harm ony iu this reoitatiuu of sorrow Shakespeare’s d ram atic greatness, (hat who enter tho gam e are blindfolded and
Prises are the lowest.
and hum iliation. E tch one us lie arrives ho should t.ee his women played by lads. arm ed w ith a machete, a lung knife
W m . B ry n d ,
F o r Passenger an d F re ig h t R ates
begins to deliver bis lam entation, bend­ Could lie ever liavo been w holly satis­ used in cu ttin g cane. They are w alked
P oint Terrace, Or.
ing frequently to the w all, which he be­ fied w ith the result? — G eutlcinuu’a around iu confusing circles for a few
m inutes und then released fur an attack
-------- APPLY
lieves to be a rem nant of the old city. M agazine.
OFFICERS.
on tho chicken’s iiead. Tlio one w ho
While the “ w ailin g ” is at its height,
H e W a s T o o K e a lla tic .
cuts off tlio head clean in the few est
one hoars a general, confused, but pene­
Florence, Or.
L ast w iu ter u num ber of literary peo- num ber of strokes w ius tho prize.
tratin g note of woe. Of the intense sin ­
In default of 11 h u ll tight tlie Cubans
P resid en t
. . . F . B. Wilson
cerity of this weekly service there can plo indulged from tim e to tim e in a m a­
MARION MORRIS, Proprietor.
teu r theatricals. D uring F ebruary they indulgo iu a bull baiting gam e on w hich
be
no
doubt.
Many
of
those
who
take
S T E A M ER ‘
O. W. H urd
part iu it are deeply moved. Some of produced n comedy. One of tlio actors money is wagered. A bull is released iu
Win. Kvle
o ---- - W ill m ake ------
B oard of Trustees
the men and nearly a ll the women (for played tho p a rt of a burglar, and had Io an inolosure w hich is too sm all to give
S
h
a
v
in
g
Reduced
to
15
c
ts.
Morion Morris
women also tako part in it) were shed­ clim b up tho outside of the house iu him much piny and from w hich lie can-
Win. B ern h ard t
R E G U L A R D A IL Y
ding tears. Tlio Turks, no doubt, view w hich the en tertain m en t w as given and uot escape. \u y one who w ishes m ay
ARTISTIC HAIR CUTTING.
R eeorder .
................Drew Severy
tho performance w ith com placent scorn, en ter through th e w indow w hich w as a t enter a dog to fight the hull. The dog
j which succeeds in securing a neck or
Treasurer
.Leonard C hristensen RAZOR HONING A SPECIALTY—age.
hut iu its com bination of patriotism and the rear of th e im provised stage.
M a rsh a l..
Ho hurried round from the dressing nose hold on tlio bull and brings him to
..............J . R. Weddle
religion it affords a striking testim ony
of tlio v ita lity of tho Jew ish race.__ rooms and v alian tly commenced to the ground w ins tho game. From h a lf a
strugglo up the w all, when a policeman dozen to la dogs are often entered
Statesm an.
grasped him by the neck, th in k in g him against one troll and th e ir owners bet
D R. E. D. M C K IN N E Y ,
SECRET SOCIETIE0.
a veritable burglar.
MUST GO “ ONE BETTER.”
largo sums on th eir candidates. A l­
He started to explain, but tlio m inion ■ though a ll tlio dogs w orry and fight tin»
P h y sic ia n an d S u rg eo n .
B y Ma l , P t-a 'n z e P a lit,
W e Itu lld an d F u r n ish O ur H o m e s to Sur­
of tlie law would have none of it. The I bull, and consequently all are respon­
pass O ur N eigh b or's.
:
:
:
OREGON. I
. A. M. Florence Lodge No. 107. E U G E N E ,
audience w as w ondering in the meun- sible for liis u ltim ate overthrow , yet
Perhaps Ibe most common revolution tim e w hy the play did n o t proceed, and ou1j *5'’
Regular com m unication on second
w hich uctually brings him
Saturday night in each m onth.
iu tlie building of new houses is I hut the young actors and actresses on Gio 1 to earth ia tho w in n er,- -8t. Louis P ost-
C. B. M organ , W. M.
nearly universal desire to excel onr stage w ere eagerly w aiting for the bur- j Dispatch.
T. M. M artin , Secretary.
contem poraries— a desire doubtless im ­ glar to cuter and givo them tlieir cue, j
f l f i S Ï RATIONAL
T lio E x p a n s io n o f lo o .
planted for some wise purpose, but when they heard shrieks, yells, oaths ,
Ire never bursts from freezing. As
whiph often loads to most extraordinary and threats from the garden. R ushing '
results, for the reason th at many of our out they found the m aster burglar soon as tlie liq u id nf w hich it is < nn
OF EUGENE.
A. R. G eneral Lyons Post, No. 58.
fellow m ortals aro considerably off the thrashing w ildly about tlio grass, w h ile ! posed is frozen solid expansion ceases,-
• m eets second and fourth S atu rd ay s t . 0. h b ndr io ks . p «».
S. B. EAXIN. J... CAtH .
Tfci Grail si W’te'.l,- ii (ha Ctuifry.
track, and wiien we surpass them iu a braw ny policeman sat cn his shoulders The cracking or bursting of ice is
u
of each m onth.
any direction we only go still further ham m ering bis neck in to tha m u d .— brought about in thia w ay : When w ater
*
8. L. R obkrds . C om m ander.
PAID UP CASH CAPITAL,
.
.
» 5 0 ,0 0 0
astray. Thus, when a man has more Btruud Magazine.
is subjected to extrem o cold, ice crystals
T. M. M artin , A djutant. ’ SURPLUS AND PROFITS, - - » 5 0 0 0 0
a
fe r money to spend than his neighbor he
w ill gradually form on its surface uiiti*.
oxamines his neighbor's house and pre- ,
(lie sume uro covered w ith a th in coat of
(In c lu d in g postage) to «iiv p a r t of th e U n ite I
A C C O U N T S S O L IC IT E D
Im p llc n te il.
S tates. C an a d a an I Mexico.
ceeds
to
bnild
one
“
ju
st
like
it—only
w
hut appears to lie w et snow. From
EUGENE.
OREGON.
A real Mr. M alaprop w as discovered this outer coating of ice c ry s ta ls a ll sub­
TK I5 W E E K L Y C II itU X lC L E , fit* l»rl'jllt'»«t
more so. ”
of V. G eneral Sheridan Camp,
P u llm a n
and m ost co m .d o te W eek ly N ew apaper In tho
tho
other
afternoon
in
tlie
person
of
a
No. 6, meets first and third S a tu r­
sequent freezing goes dow nw ard, tlio
H is neighbor's rooms are 10 feet
w orld, p rin ts r jg n la r ly 8» co lu m n s, o r tw olvn
S le e p in g C a r s pages,
days of each m onth. <1. R. M ills , Oapt.
or News. L ite r itu r? an d G en eral In fo rm a ­
high. Ho w ill have h is 12 or 14, buiJil B roadw ay cablo car conductor. The car ice thickening according to the degi-. o
w
as
on
a
down
tow
n
trip
and
had
few
tio n ; also a m a g n lllcen t A g ricu ltu ral D ep artm en t.
E. E. B iiouie , 1st Sergt.
E le g a n t
of cold. The w ater w hich is being con­
three stories instead of two, and cover
N O T A R IE S .
SAMPLE C O PIES S i NT F R -E .
them w ith a pretentions roof. If liis passengers u n til it reached F ourteenth verted into ice now begins to expand,
D in in g C a r s
neighbor has u four sided cupola su r­ street. T here h a lf n dozen people, five creating a pressure upon tho unfrozen
T o u r is t
• O. U. W. .’ei-petu.i Lislge, No. 131,
DO YO U W a n t t h e
m ounted by u plain pyram id, he w ill women and one m an, got aboard. Three wutor below. T his pressuro is both
Ms m eets every 1st and 3d Saturdays
S le e p in g C a r s
have an eight sided or circulur tower, of tho women and th e m an found seuts dow nw ard und outw ard, und in case tlie
A.
R.
BUTTOLPH,
C H R O N IC L E
eachi m onth
M embers und visiting
w ith a covering, for w hich there is no together, b u t th e other tw o w ent to a n ­ w ater under observation is in a vessel
ST. PAUL
__ sides and bottom of the recep tad o
brethren in good standing are cordially
adequate word of description, uiatlie- other p a rt a t the car, thereby leaving it the
iuvited to attend. U. R. D avid . M.W.
doubtful us to w hether they w ere went- supply the resistam
M IN N E A P O L IS
utical
or
otherwise.
H
is
neighbor’s
J. G. K kotts , Recorder.
use is wood. H is shall be of brick, bers a f th e party or not. The m an w ith
As tlie freezing process continues tlio
DULUTH
on,.ui brick, terru cotta, granite or the three, instead of giving th e exact pressure upon tlio confined w ater and a ir
FARG O
O.O. F. H eeeta Lodge No. I l l , meets E l o r a n o e ,
b H O W IN O
polished m arble, separately or iu com ­ change, offered a h alf d o llar iu paym ent iu tlio interior of tlie bulk iucrea ■ u n ­
O re g o n .
G R A N D FO RKS
of th e fares, and tlie conductor w as us til som ething yields. If tho vv.sel be
•very W e . io c s ,la v e v e n i n g ill L o d g e
bination.
Hall, Florence, Oregon. B rothers in
H is neighbor and his neighbor's wife much in the dark us ever. To inquire stronger th an tlie ice »tintum th at has
C RO OKSTON_______ I The United States, Dominion of
food »tending invited to aWeud.
CHARLES GETTYS.
have common glass, pin« finish, ingrain was plainly the only w ay to arriv e at formed over tlie surface, the layer of ice
Canada and Northern Mexico
W I N N IP E G
M arion M orris , N. (j.
carpels and u cherry table. He w ill have the tru th . With n polito wave of his w ill bo bent upw ard a t tlie center, ihttt.
O N O N E H ID E ,
W m B ern iakdt , See.
H E L E N A >m<1
A n d tlio
oak, w alnut, mahogany, plate glass, hand tow ard the tw o women in the being tho w eakest point, on account of
brnssels and velvet, and u thousand fa rth e r coiner he asked blandly, “ Aro tho fact th a t the o u ter edges of the con­
BUTTE
SEATON
REGON
other things, not because they are more those ladies im plicated?” —New York gealed muss are frozen fast to tho sides
suitubie or beautiful— they muy or they T ribune.
CHURCH O lrluC rO rtY
of tlie vessel iu w hich tlie experim ent is
O N T IIK O T IIK It H ID E .
beingm ade. In th is condition tho center
may not be, that question does not enter
C o ld T r e a tm e n t F o r I'n ru m n tifn .
FRANK B WILSON.
S e n d $ 2 a n d G e t t h e M a p And
TO
into bis calculations— but because they
of I he ice continues to riso c r " b u lg e ”
C H IC A C O
W e k ly < h r o n l c l e f i r
O n e Y ear,
Tbo local application of cold is now
cost more, because, in certain directions,
»BY TEBIAN C H U R C H , Florence.
u n til it bursts from th e resistance of tho
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p
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p
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id
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comm
on
in
pneum
onia.
M
ortality
rang
W A S H IN G T O N
O w goil. S abbath service. S abbath-
they suipass his neighbor's— very likely
w ater below. Conld tlio vessel bo tap ­
ADDRESS
SoMSi, 10 o’clock a. in. P reaching 11
surpass them in tlie wrong direction.— ing from 80 per cent to nothing is re ­ ped front below and tho w ater draw n
P H IL A D E L P H IA
M. 3
corded for various m ethods of treatm ent,
« ’ctoek a. in. ami 7 p in. S acram ent of F L O R E N C E ,------------O R E G ,<N.
Good Housekeeping.
off, no iitpouut of freezing w ould 1.«
Proprietor s. F. chronicle,
N E W YORK
w hile tho n atu ral recovery w ithout sufficient to eruek or bnlge tlio ieo layer
alia L o rd ’s supper on 1st S abbath of
SA N FRANCISCO. C A L
January. April, Ju ly and October.
treatm
en
t
has
hern
found
to
be
about
Lincoln
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L
a
s
t
L
a
w
Case.
BOSTO N AND A L L
on the surface.—St. Louis Republic.
Every h., ly is welcome to all tlie services.
“ Speaking of L incoln’s b irth d ay ,” »0 per cent. Dr. Muys of P hilad elp h ia
requests C h ristian s to make a - J L R Z D i i s r z E z ? . P O IN T S E A S T ami S O U T H
reports
190
cases
treated
by
cold,
w
ith
said Senator Fulm er, “ rem inds m e th at
A Q aentton o f C o n tra a t.
T h e F u n .v & W a g n a lls
»Ives known.
For inform ation, tim e cards, maps and tickets, I
the vory lust cuse Lincoln e v tr tried was U.68 per cent of deaths. I t cannot be be­
“ Hot, s i r ! ” said tlio engine driver
I. G. K notts , P astor.
S T A O E L IN E .
etc., cah on or write
ouo iu w hich I, too, was engaged. It lieved th a t tiny treatm en t iuvariubly w itli w h at m ight intvo been citlier it
w as iu Springfield, in June, I860, after cures, und I to regards this us Ly fur tho shiver or a shrug. “ No, sir, I d o n ’t call
c urphey
Mr. Lincoln had received tho presiden­ m ost satisfactory. Tho action of the this hot. Warm, lituybe, lint hot, n o !”
»ODIST EPISC O PA L C H U R C H
tia l nom ination. Old D avid Baker, who cold consists in reducing tlio fever,
Leaves Florence M ondays, W ednes­ General Agent. Rooms 2 and t, Sh elton Block,
»vice.
P reaching a t G lenada
“ W ell,” I punted, " I should like, ! >
EUGENE. OREGON.
days an d Fridays.
h ad been a senator iu tlie early days, had strengthening th e pulse, toning up tho know w hut you would call hot if this
Of T1 e
I Sundays
of each
m onth,
heart,
dim
inishing
tho
pain
iu
tho
chest
A rrives a t Florence T uesdays, T h u rs­
sued tlio trustees of Shurtleff college,
Ii-Scliool
every
Sunday at
is only w arm . Why, h ere’s th e m ercury
A. D. CHARLTON,
ENGLISH LA N G JA G E
P rayer nn ing every Tlittrs- days and S atu rd ay s.
my alm a m ater, for expelling his g ran d ­ and alleviating tho difficulty in b reath ­ clim bing up into Iho hundred and twen
A ssistant General Passenger Agent.
Connects
witli
S
team
er
and
S
cotts­
hning at the church. Everybody
son, a lad nam ed W ill G ilbert. Mr. ing.
ties, tlio leaves are scorching on tho
255 Morrison 8t. Cor. M.
burg Stage Line for D rain.
Also with
lly invited.
G. F. R ound »,
Lincoln uppeured for tlie prosecution. I
COM PLETE
trees, and there is n 't a breath of w ind
P
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r
t
l
a
n
d
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r
.
H e G o t a n Answer«
Stage
Line
for
Coos
Bay.
C
harge
P asto r.
w
as
tiic
college
attorney.
Mr.
Lincoln
reasonable.
F or grave speeches c f im portance de­ or a drop of cool w ater on earth. R eal­
came into court, und the judge said to
SU C C IE N T
livered
w ith w eight B ism arck was, of ly I d o n ’t th in k y o u 'll hud much bolter
him : ‘Mr. Lincoln, I ’ll urgue this case
than th is —at least uot in this
EA ST AND
course,
m
celebrated. When annoyed i w
" ' eather
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A U T H O R IT A T IV E for yon. You have too much on your ho nearly ost
ATTORNEYS
ulwuys
adopteda
jestin
g
tone,
hands already. You haven’t uny case. ’
“ B ut I have had it
ho suit), a Iriilo
A nd ho explained the Jaw and npplica- w hich m ust have tounded to his frig h t­ testily, us though ho d id n 't quite liku
ened friends much us if tlio tig er in the
i tiou.
the allusion. “ Why, I was driving an
C- H- HOLDEN,
OF T H E
“ ‘W ell,’ said Mr. Lincoln, w ith a m enagerie had greeted them w ith a cor­ engine once on a stretch of line iu South
301,86s Vocabulary Term «
d
ia
l
handshake
before
devouring.
t-Law and Notary Public.
smile, ‘don’t yon want to hear a speech
Southern Pacific Co.
>47 Editor.« and Specialist.«
Do you meun to break the conven­ A m erica w here it was so hot thut wo
IE L IA B L E IN S U R A N C E .
front m et'
E
xpress
Trains
l-euve
Portland
D
ally.
533
Reader»
for
Quotations
tion
of G astoin?” b lu n tly dem anded the used to throw the furnace door open
A N D
. A C C ID E N T
“ ‘N o ,’ said tho judge, and the last
und stund close up to it so us to get th a t
»oath __ j_______
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5000 Illu s tratio n «
case Mr. Lincoln tried he— w ell, he A ustrian em bassador, C ount K nrolyi, of side of us cool— cool l«v eouirust, sir.
B been appninted. bj the United 81
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Portland
Ar I 8:10 a
tbo P russian m in ister president.
Cost
over
>960,000
jC o u rt. C. S Commi»»ioner f<»r the
d
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't
try
it
a
t
ull.
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—
W
ashington
Post.
Goodby!”
1 :»
Ktigeue
Lv I 3 :0» a
fOreii'»n. Entries and final pro«»ft» can
“ N o ,” replied the latter, w ith great
10:«5 a in
San hruiiclaro
I..
HO
Appendix of 4 7 .4 6 8 E ntries
Then ho snnntcrcd off w histling soft­
» before rae at my office in Florence.
directness, “ but even if I did so, do yon
Q la v e ’» E a t e r S p irit.
A tsive trains stop nt East Portland, Urexnn i
ly and clim bed into the cub of his en­
City. Woodburn, Salem, T om er, ktsrt .n, J»-t!er- i
th
in
k
I
should
bo
such
a
fool
as
to
tell
Among th e young ofBcials w ho were
gine presum ably to huvo a w atn i.—
son. Albany, Albany Jun ction. H alser. H arris- I*
■’ K v s S s i s ?
bnr<. Junction C ity, Irvin». Eugene, C reswell,
w aiting uppoiutuieuts a t Leopoldville you?”
P earson’s Weekly.
Drains
and
nil
stations
from
Kusebur»
to
A
sh­
w as Mr. E. J. Glave. H e appeared to
C. WOODCOCK,
land in clu sive.
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Tbc fu ll nnmtier of words and terms in bo a »lint, tall boy of 18 or 19. but d u r­
I l l * H t jlr .
One of tho m any n atu ral wonders of
“ M illie, dear, w hat is tho nam e of
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P o r tla n d
Ar 1 4:40 p m i different dictionaries for the entire alphnl*ct is ing tlie few days 1 rem ained at Leopold­ A rizona scenery m ade accessible by tbo
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Eugene
L«r ! 11: 20 a m as follow s: R^OBIOKTH, 50/MXI; W giu if ««TER, ville I saw thut he was a mail of c h a r­
your affianced?”
5:20
p iu 1 Ar
K<»rehuni
Lv I « 00 a m
opening up of rail and stago roads is it
"W hy, C lara, don’t yon know? I t's
145.000; W ester (International), 125,900; C em - acter, w ell educated, fond of sketching,
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i
•
O re g o n
rem
arkable
n
atu
ral
bridge,
in
the
Touto
and eager for active service. I was ul
H erliert Montague. ”
1 '■» i» in i l.v
l’ortln iH l
A r 1 1» 15 a m TVRY, (»Ix Volum«
com plete.)
22 »,0X1:
basin,
not
fs
r
from
Flagslitff.
The
bridge
om i 7 ami M Melgaren’» Riilldinp.
w ays on tlio lookout for w illing spirits.
__P ui , Ar
Na le in
L y | M:00 a m STA S D A M I, over S*M ,000;
“ Oh, b o w a w e e tl ’s h e r ic h ;”
SIin/n'SHIKK.
ention given to collection« and pro-
Every European seemed w illing enough is BSO feet long, and spans a canyon
“ Well off.”
■ lin in g C a ra on O g d e n It o n t e ,
some
200
feet
deep,
a
t
the
bottom
of
when ho first lan d ed on Hie river, bnt
P u llm a n B u ffe t S le a p e r a
“ And keejia u c a rriag e;”
very few, a fter an experience of Ibe which flows the river. The bridge ts of
“ Several of tiiem. ”
8E C O N D C LA SS SLEEPIN G CARS.
fever, long retained th a t w illingness. rock and is perfectly proportioned. The
“ How nice! And lino horses, I su p ­
■Itaclied to all Throuxh Trains.
ftariplo Pages Fr<?
However, Glavo coudeutned his inac­ nuderside is gracefully arched and the pose
H E R A CONDON.
npper
perfectly
level.
Tho
w
alls
of
tie
W est Side D ivision.
tion, und when offered a chance of prov­
“ Yes.”
B etw ecn P o r tl a n d ano C o r va llis
B e e f ,
A tto rn e v F -» t-L a w
Mill. TR «IN IU If. Y ftX i KPT SUM In V.)
1
ing hi» m ettle and ab ility at Lokoleiu, canyon are honeycombed w ith caves in
“ And w hat is his business, dear?”
w
hich
a
re
a
great
profusion
of
staluctitcs
F« Mrtland
Ar I 5 :2V a m ;
became aglow w itli an im atio n .—H enry
K FO K XK . OREGON.
“ He keeps a livery stab lu .''
»rva 11 It
I.v 1 85 p m
and stalagnjitcs..--P hiludelpbia Ledger.
M. .Stanley in Century.
“ O il!” —Htraud MagaaiUA.
H O - In Corner’s block.
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