The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, October 02, 1896, Image 1

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    G cnlu » W h o H a v e E u g » P « i
I ln m b le E m p lo y m e n t.
T h » L a tte r W m N o t So Ola«l to See th e
G en era l an H e S a id Ho W o u ld He.
HONORED GUEST TELLS OF ITS
The fa ll of F o rts Donelson and H enry
C om m only there is n o t a great deal
com pelled G eneral A lbert Sydney Jo h n ­
AMUSING FEATURE?.
of real a rtistic value i'l tho signs th a t ston to evacuate K entucky and northern
d istractiu g ly illu m in ate tho streets of Tennessee. Wheu ho retreated from
Of T he
S T A S I S L .IN E 3 .
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T h e S p ir it o f R e v e lr y R on» H ig h , s u it th e our cities and towns. I t is, however,
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B ow ling G reen, w hich h ad been his
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
F e s tiv itie s Lnvt U n til E veryb od y 1« T ired in terestin g to note th a t th e re have been headquarters, he li ft G eneral Jo h n H.
.W illia m I*. Lo rd .
G overnor
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O u t—D r in k in g t h e H e a lth o f th e Novel» iu the annals of a rt not a few instances M organ, whose audacious enterprise w as
E B an g s,
. . . H . R. X in e a iil.
Secretary i>f State
Leaves Florence Mondays, W'ednes-
COM PLETE
of noted a rtists w hom stress of m isfor­ beginning to a ttra c t atten tio n th ro u g h ­
W ed d ed P a ir.
,
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P
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ilip
M
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telie
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Stage
leaves
Eugene
Mondays
days
and
Fridays.
T r e a s u r e r ....................
tu n e com pelled a t tim es iu th eir carei'i out tlio country, w ith h is brigade of
Thurs-
A
rrives
a
t
Florence
Cues
days,
.
.G.
M.
Irw
in.
A country w edding in N orw ay i s nil to take to th is em ploym ent—a t h ast K entucky and Tennessee horsem en in
S U C C IE N T
S upt. Public lust r inn m
W ednesdays and F ri lays at 0 a. in.,
days
and
S
aturdays.
inti resting eight to behold, and. besides tem porarily. Some of the old niasteis K entucky to obtain inform ation of tho
S tate P rin ter ............ ........W. II. Leeds.
Connects with S team er and S cotts­ arriving in Flnreuea the day fol­
,C. M. bllenian. burg Stage Line for D rain.
A U T H G B .IT A T I V E being am using, I should think, is quite did not hesitate to tu rn th e ir brushes to enem y’s movements.
A ttorney G eneral.
Also with
............F S Bean Stage Line for Coos
unique in its way. It is not so m uch w ork of th is kind w hen necessity com ­
One b rig h t spring m orning a ta ll,
Bay.
C harge lowing at 10 a. in.
......... F. A. Muore reasonable.
the actual church ceremony, although m anded, and there have been m any graceful looking m an rode up to tho
R eturning-stage leaves Florence
Supreiue <
.. C. E . W olveiton
that is strange enough in its sim plicity, sw inging signs of old taverns th ro u g h ­ L ouisville and N ashville railro ad depot
on Mondays, Wednesdays and 301,865 Vocabulary Terms
Ju d g e St^eond D istric t.. -J- C. 1’nllerton
as the a fte r proceedings w hich find such out G reat B ritain painted by m en of at B ow ling Green. L eaving Ids th o r­
Fridays at 3 p. iu., arriving in E u­ 347 Editors an J Sp ecialists
genius whose ta len ts had otherw iso oughbred in charge of a little durkey,
A ttorney See.m l D istrict Geo. M. Brown
charm s fo r th e stranger.
gene the day following at 6 p. in. 533 Readers for Quotations
When I w as trav elin g in tho n eigh­ failed to fill th eir pockets w ith guineas. tin- horsem an strode across the platform
D a Jaaurior once p ainted signs, and to the telegraph office. He w as dressed
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borhood of t! ’ fe.cat Ju sted al glacier, I more th a n one of h is contem poraries in an erd iu ary rid in g suit, a slouch hut
. . .
- 85.00 Cost over $960 ,0 0 0
w as invited to join in some w edding could if ho w ould tell a tale of sim ilar and high rid in g hoots, hut there w as u
FLORE JOE A m D G A R D IN ER Single fare
festivities, and the privilege , f being em ploym ont of h is brush.
O T J I T / O FFIC ER S
Round trip -
- - - 80-00 Appendix of 4 7 ,40$ Entries
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m a rtia l a ir about him th u t w ould have
the honored guest is ono I sh all not soon
In tlio history of A m erican a rt there aroused tho suspicion of uny one w ho
Tickets for sale a t E. Bangs’s
R e g u l a r t i ’i j i >1 G t i / l i p .
forget.
have been some eases of m en who found had ever had any th in g to do w ith sol­
I w as ra th e r behind m y tim e, and sign p ain tin g more rem unerative th a n diers. H is m anner w as charm ingly affa­
livery barn, Eugene, and at Hurd
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when I reached th e village tho good w ork of a higher character. P erhaps «ho ble, and he w as MXUi e ngaged in conver--
E. O Flitter.
T h e f u ll n u m b e r of w o rd s a n d te r m s in
& D iveunurt’s office in Florence.
people were re tu rn in g from th e ohnrcb. best know n was M atthew P ra tt of P h il­ sutien w ith the operator, a sallow littltf
d if f e re n t d ic tio n a r ie s fo r th e e n t ir e a l p h a b e t is
tv
B liley
1 ....
The first th in g I canght sight of w as a adelphia, a talented p o rtra it painter, fellow w ith a th in , blond m ustache.
A L D E N H .Y Y E 3 , P r o p ’r.
H H H 'l 'n n - r - 1 - .......... . . J . I’. CaJlison
AH fo llo w s : »•ORMONTH, 50,000; WoltCKBSTER
troop of gayly dressed men and women
“ W h at’s the nows?” he asked.
106,000; W e b s t e r ( in t e r n a ti o n a l) , 125,000; C e n ­ collected in th e street and m arching who, h aving a fam ily to support, lion-
C lerk J
A. C. Jennings
cstly turned b is band in in terv als (if
“ N othing much. H ear th a t sconndrel
tury ,
(s ix v o lu m e s ,
c o m p le te ,)
225,030: along to the tunes of ail antique fiddle.
STEAM SR
leisure to tho production of tavern signs Morgan is i’l the neighborhood c u ttin g
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Some
w
ere
dancing,
some
were
singing,
ST A N D A R D , o v e r 3,X),0G0;
‘ S A IL S
and banners for political conventions.
telegraph w ires an d playing hell w ith
r r e a s u te r ....................... A. 8. Fai tersoli
and tho older inhabitants, w ho had
On tho other hand, there are not a our com m unications. Wish I could ru n
.
.
D.
F.
B
irloii
Assono»
reached tho ago when such frivolities few instances e f sign painters ahaniion-
On tlu; 1st, 10th and 20th of each
across him . 11c w o u ld n ’t cut any m ore
School » i|icrin:euilcnt ___C S. lia n t
no longer charm , were puffing aw ay at i i i g t l n i r eraft for a higher sphere in
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month.
Sa ripie Pages F ree.
th eir curious, long, wooden pipes, tlieolil art. A nd of A m erican a rtists especially telegraph w ire s.”
S u rv e y o r.. . . .................. . . .C. M. Collier
The operator ju m p ed up, nnd, seizing
Single
trip
83.00.
Round
trip
$5.00
.
.
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J.
W.
H
arris
women
enjoying
tho
fam
es
of
smoke,
if
Mapleton to Florence ami R eturn.
C o ro n er.............................
a num ber have begun in th is hum ble a horse pistol th a t luy on tho table be­
anything, m ere than the men.
line. J . G. Brown at tho ou tset of his fore 1dm, began to s tru t up aud down
I.istieeo f I’ea e e .............. ..F . B. Wilson
The
younger
girls
w
ere
most
gorgeous­
Tlios.
Stear,
M
aster.
career painted the signs of the lnndreapo the room shaking the weupon ut an im ­
C onstatile................, . . . . Jouli F. Tanner
ly arrayed in snow w hito caps and mass- pictures w ith w hich the old Ketv Y«'ik
aginary Morgan.
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’lmir T heir dressei
ive
ornam
ents
of M
gold.
For Passenger and Freight Rates A G E N T S W A N T E D .
Broadw ay stages w ere decorated. H enry
The horsem un eyed him sm ilingly for
were gay w itii every color of tho ra in ­ S m ith Mount, a brother of the more a m om ent, and then, reaching into his
B U SIN ESS O A PD S
bow. A ll the muhical accom panim ent talented W illiam Sidney M ount, though inside pi» ket, lie drew forth a card case,
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w as supplied hv one old fiddler, but a sign painter, executed some crediiahlo end, tak in g out a card, handed it to
I CITY O FFIC ER S.
Meyer 4 Ky’e,
Florence, Or.
q
B R O N S O N & CO, those sim ple folk enjoyed the erratic pictures of s till life anil became an A. the operate r. Tlio operator glanced lit
JOHN O. GRAY,
squeaking every bit as much a» if it had N. A. in 18112. W. S. M ount, first asso­ the curd and suddenly stopi>ed. H is eyes
been tho finest orchestra iu the w orld ciated w ith his brother, showed a capa­ bulged, and his knees sm ote together.
Pacific C oast A g en ts
.
.
F.
B.
Wilson
P resident
under the charge of some eelebrated con­ city for a higher order of art. He w as W ithout a w ord ho dropped the pistcL
SAN
FRANCISCO,
CAL
C O O S ,’
STEAM ER
0 . W. H urd r t i e h e .t - v r k n l t h e im « » lte n s .iiin t.le P ric e
ductor.
one of our early genre painters, di vot­ and card and Hi d from the depot.
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933 M a rk e t S t.
Wm. Kvle
Tho new m ade w ife, covered w ith ing him self m ainly to depicting the h u ­
o .—« Will make
T he horsem un quietly m ounted h is
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g
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.
Board of T rustees
Marion Morris K u r a n a
blushes, looked sw eetly pictnresqnn in m orous side of A m erican ru stic life. horse and galloped off. Tho card lay on
W in. B ernhardt
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her
brig
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sk
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uud
snow
w
hite
F ran cis A. S ilva and A rth u r Q uartley, cap operator's table near th e 'pistol for
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bodice, and her jew elry tinkled like tho m arine painters, now dead, began nil hour. It bore th is inscription, “ Jo h n
- - B etw e en ■
~ ftfiMMirdpr......................... . . . . Dreiv Severy
fairy cym bals as she w alked or jatliei tlicir careers ns sign painters. So did
II. M organ, O. 8. A. ’’—New Y ork Hun.
; T roaaurer...................... . . . .0 W’. Hurd
gently swayed along.
F la r e u c ß a n fl H s a f l o f T ifle.
W illiaih M cG rath, tho clever genre
11« r most conspicuous ornam ent w as painter, w ho of late has been pain tin g
ADVOCATES SURFACE DURIAL.
tho bridal crown, w hich it is tho am bi­ subjects a la A lm a Tademu. W orthing­
T w « n ty -t'U 3 3
OF THE ’
tion of every village g ill to wear. It is ton' W hittredge and W illiam Ixiuis S ir F. S ey m o u r lta ile n 8n y s a S liR lit E a r tte
M ile s W e s t
C o v e r in g S o o n e st Abworb» llodicw.
tin1 property of tho whole parish am i is Souutag, both now w ell know n as lan d ­
S E C R E T S O C I-TIE
generally under the charge of the priest, scape painters, w ere p a in tin g signs to­
S ir F, SteyiuBur linden of London has
of E u g en e .
who hands it over ju s t before the < « le ­ g ether in C incinnati a little more than p ractically studied for ten years the b est
mony. H igh above the m aiden’s head 40 years ago.— D etroit F ree Press.
m ethods of disposing of the dead. Tho
; A. M. F. .ren e.-Lodge No. 107.
it stood, looking most im posing, us tin;
result of liis investigations ho term s
agolar ••inn.nim icatim i mi second
sun glistened on the uiuny jew els w hich
“ N a tu re 's m ethod of disposing of tlio
T h o I r is h L ab orer 111 E n gln n d .
ktwnlav night in each m o l l i l i .
were set around it.
C. B. M oiioax , W M.
I t isusked, Why should the Irishm an dead, by far the m ost practical and cer­
I joined tho m erry throng, tho men coiue over to male«* the hay and reap the tain ly the n a tu ra l m eth o d .”
•». M. M artin , Secretary.
T H E C H R O N IC L E r a n k s v ’. th th e gvenieiW
raising th eir caps and tho women cour- crops in E ngland anil ¡ eotluud, and
lie has hurled anim als, large a n d
MewHpaperx In tin» U n ite d s ta te s .
tesying low w hen they cau g h t sight of how is it th a t he goes home, ag ain tu;d sm all, in h is law n. By digging them
T H E C H R O N IC L E had tio e q u a l tin th e VaclHo
Coast. I t leads all In n b illtv , e n te rp ris e a n d nows.
me. T hen I followed tho p arty up some does not stay? T h a t he comes over is up and exam ining them nt in terv als
T H E C H ttO N K ’I.E ’s T e leg rap h ic R ep o rts sir »
narrow steps to tho first fl«x»r of a big evidence th a t he is not u n w illin g to varying from one to five years ho found
K. G eneral Lyons Post, No. 58.
th e la te s t a n d m o s t re lia b le , Its L o c a l N w « th »
m eets second and fourth Saturdays
M oney Saved
thatched h am belonging to tho fath er work. Ho is sent for by the farm er be- that, buried a t u depth of 4» b feet— tlio
fu llest and sp iciest, an d Its Editorial-, front tho
N
of each m outh.
,
of tho bride. An old oak ch air was cause Ids w ages are low. T h a t he re ­ depth required by tlio governm ent for
ab lest pens In th e co u n try .
By
F S. L. R ouekos . Cmnman.l. i .
T H E C H R O N IC L E h is a ’w avs been, a n l alw ays
drag-., «! forw ard to receive ray i»rtl,v tu rn s home is not a m a tte r ef sentim ent the burial of hum an bodies— n il in tcrv el
w
ill
be.
th
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P a tro n iz in g it.
T. M. M abtix , A djutant.
S
per.-nn, and 1 sat me there and w onder­ alone, nor duo to the fact th a t he ret urns of from threo I" four years w as neces­
a g a in st c o m b in atio n s, u J f a i i c o r p o r a t i o n s , or
oppressions of an y kin d I? will lit» In d ep en d e n t
ed greatly w hat oil earth w as com ing to a Kiiinan C atholic country. The w in ­ sary for coinph te dissolution. B uried a t
P u iim a n
lu e v e ry th in g n e u tra l In no th in g .
next.
,
, te r is m ild er th a n in Scotland, the rent the depth of one foot, a year and a h a lf
S
leeping
C
a
rs
Prep.
Tlio villagers ranged them selves round is cheaper th an p aying fo r lodgings in he found was ■ufftciciit for tho eompleto
Gump,
Geo.
Hale
V. G eneral Slierblan
tho long, low »com, oh one side the Scotland, the tu rf fire is w arm er and dissolution of a lurge and a year o r less
5, meet!» first ami third S.ilur-
E le g a n t
girls, opposilo them the young men, tho m ore cheerful tlinii th e sm all coal he for the sm aller anim als, A body sim ply
c a r l.
•» M ills , Oapt.
D in in g C ars
m atrons n t tho top ami tlio elders nt m ust buy nt high price in Scotland.
i laid upon the ground, w ith a covering
I B rodie , 1st Bergt.
the bottom. Then tho hrido retired, of
T o u ris t
Tho tu rf tire costs him perhaps i.3 for of earth a foot thick com pletely disap-
W . XV. NJ3ELY, P ro p 'r.
course aceom paniisl by her husband,
S leeping C ars
tin fam ilv f« r all the year. W'kilo the peareil (boni s excepted) in a year.
and changed lier cerem onious garm ents m an w orks abroad the fam ily live,
Dr. A. B. Peore, a lte r experim ent,
■ U \V. P erp etn a Lodge, No. 131,
Tables furnished with all the
ST. P A U L
for lig h ter attire, I thought her w ire cheaply ut home and till the potatoes states th a t if a body is buried s o u s to
H e t s every le t am i W
delicacies
of
tho
season.
W
ild
M IN N E A P O L IS
w hen I saw v.*hat folic wed.
and fa tte n the pigs. T here are thus good i fu rth e r its complete dissolution the land
lin o n tli.
M em bers and vn-itii g
W hen the p air returned—and d u ring reasons w hy m igratory lal orsliould pay would ho ready, ufter a short interval,
en in good stan d in g arc cordially game, fish and fruit in season. Best
du uuth
tlieir nbseneo thero w as silence iu tho the Irish peasant b st, mid tho change to receive a second body, and th a t »t tlio
U to a tte n d . C. K. D avid . M.W .
accomodations for the traveling
FARGO
burn—;» huge fo w l w as c hered to me is weicomu to him w h in life w ould o th ­ cemetery were system atically plauteil
¡FK kotts , Recorder.
filled w ith tin; nutional beverage. 1 erwise; be very monotonous. Boys and w ith flowers the e arth w ould ho p u ri­
"O
C R A N D FO RK S
public. Ciiarges reasonable.
looked n t it aghast. Was I to d rin k it girls look forw ard to the < ud of their fied and tlio a ir freshened by the flour­
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|O . F. H eeeta Lodge No. Ill,m e e ts
nil? They in tim ated I was to w ish them school days and to iho tim e when they ishing vegetatioiL
p
s
w
i
a
W ednesday evening in Lodge
W IN N IP E G
health. 1 touched it w ith my Lps. 1 lieu m ay go to tho h arv estin g ; or, still bet­
An aero of ground w ould provo um ­
iS I.w
F lorence, Oregon. B rothers in i am agent for
tin hrido bent her pretty head ulid took ter, to tlio “ oil w orks,” w here some 30 pio b u rial giound in p erp etu ity for a
H E L E N A n'"’ _
[»landing invited to atten d .
K fe
and
Buck-Eye Mowers
a sip. T h at ono taste w as enough for shillings a week m ay bo earned. The popnlalion of 10,000 persons.— New
M abiox M ounts, N. G.
®
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BUTTE
Wsi. B eux iaudt , See.
mi'. H ut Ibero w as more to come.
Irish peasant require» no c o t o teach York World.
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They signed Hint I w as to go on him his own inten sls ii. th is respi et,
T h e y lia e o B a llo o n » I n Pari»«
d
rinking
1
sh
u
t
my
eyre
und
did
»o.
t I I F « k . . _ '■
All other kinds of-----------
and he w orks bard for a sp- 11, looking
Tho new est sport in P aris is the bal­
13« iweeii every tw o d rafts tho hrido forw ard to the idle w in te r before him
F a r.n ltij M ach ln sry .
TO
ÎHURCH DIRECTORY
Loved her head and tm irte si'd before at hom e.— Bluckwooet'» M agazine.
C H IC A C O
loon gaim*, w h ich is played in th is
Sam ples may be seen at my place.
me. A t last i t seemed 1 m ig h t leave off.
fashion:
W A S H IN G T O N
Prices are th3 lowest.
A num ber < f toy balloons nrc entered
But, no; I had to go through it a ll
Wm. Brynd,
T lie y D id n 't S m ok e.
k B Y T E RIA N C H V R c H, FI o r c n . V.
P H IL A D E L P H IA
for tlio cim p etitio n , and in «ai-li <>f
again w ith tlio bride# <«>m u n til the
P oin t Terrace, Or.
In h is boyhood Ju d g e C harles B. A n­
ion. rtaiihath serv ice. Sabbat i-
Im vl w as em pty. Anti w hen th a t t«mo drew s ef the C onnecticut supremo court i tin m is placed an riivcloi»', containing
N E W YORK
10 o’clock a. m. Preaching II
a postal card, w hich is addressed to tho
ram o I w as heartily glad, for the orink
a. in. and 7 p m. Sacram ent of
BOSTON AND A L L
w as m uch m ore lively th au his brother,
w as strong, and e 1 king for it is most P resident A ndrew s of Brown u n iv e r­ ju d g e of tho contest The little balloons
urd’s supper on 1st Sabhuth <>
P O IN T S E A S T aa-l S O U T H
surely one th a t could only be ueqnirod sity. A w riter in th e Bpriugflold R epub­ are th en set tree, and ufter more or less
|rv, April, Ju ly and October.
tim e come to «tilth aguin in different
fo r Inform ation, tim e can l»,m »P »»i‘<Jllck°l *.
by long acquaintance.
j.ly is welcome to all th e s e n ices,
riARlO N n O R R IS , P ro p rie to r.
lican tells a story of the w ay he got
Anil now tho husband led hi» hrido ahead of some of tho college boys w hen ! p a its of the country.
requests C h ristian s to make
etc., cau on or w iite
T h e f l . r n e ’ e ,» I t u l l ' l i n ,.
Those w ho find them see tlioenvelopes
into tho m iddle of tho rosim mid trip ­ ho w as a freshm an ut A m herst. I t w as
lives know n.
Shaving Reduced to 15 cts.
„„„„«t
1. G K sotts , Pastor.
R. M C M J*FHEY,
th a t n|1(l
th o
ped o u o cf thoso graceful pas deux pecul­ tho custom tia n to sm oke out tho fresh- i and
and notice
notice »hereon
thereon a u n r o ** u “ e s / t f(>nn(,
llen
cn
d
Agent.
Hoorn»»»m
l
1.
Shelton
Block,
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ARTISTIC HAIR CUTTING.
iar to the country
men. A party of a «1. zeu or m ore of the tim e w hen each htiHoon »as found an , i
T H e
EUGENE, OREGON.
At last, hot and flushed, they stopped fellow« w ould en ter the loon» of an un- also the place, >« w n . j
H tllo
B y Ma*1(
ODIST EPISC O PA L C H U R C H R A 2OR HONING A SPECIA LTY —3SC-
and stood before me. A tin y silver enp suspecting hoy. lig h t tlicir pipes and card, w hich i . then to he dropped iu tn o
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a
t
Glenn,hi
»viee.
_ .
w as held out, and I w as asked to drink smoke u n til tho v ictim gave in und of- postofilce,
_I.
sssoltt it . I --------------
A axitftm il G e n e ra l K aasen g er A g en t.
Sundays
"if each
inm dn
A t tho end of a week the various pos-
th eir h ealth again, th is tim e in cognac. ered a treat. W heu they cam e in to An
266 M o rriso n 8 t. U«»r. Hd.
lli-Scliool
every
Sunday at
DR. E. I). M CKINN EY,
w ere w ithout, U n it tai cards arc compared, and th e prize m
I did so w ith o u t d arin g to th in k of tbo
f ’o r t l c t r x c i Ox*.
Prayer m eeting every lTiurs-
drew s’ room, they
_ t.
—
i . ~ - 4-1««.«««
w ard.
i m i i t .1
i ii>
iiiiv u m « w M j
—
pipes and had no x tobacco
about
tin m, i I n aw
to t «l-»t
morrow.
ening at tin- church. Everybody Physician
and Surgeon.
the shortest
T
his
w
in
the
signal
for
tho
dancing
b
a
t
w
ith
r
stern
vofc©
ooo
fellow
honued
i
grcutiRt
i
i
lly invited.
G. F. R ounds ,
ih s
W e s k 'j f a i d e
P asto r, j
to commence in earnest. Only fo u r peo­ C harles $ 1 and ordered him to go out time —P aris Letter.
OREGON.
EUGENE,
M
D
S
O
U
T
H
p l e - t w o tm i uud t wo w om en— were al and procure pipes an d tobacco for the |
EAST A
T h e .10,11,1st O lc tlo n sr » .
lowed to d im e a t ono tim e, hut as soon crowd. C harles w en t out anil soon re-1
The C entury, S tandard, International
as
they
stopped,«
xhausted.othi
rsslipp»
«
1
flH S T RATIONAL ßVXK
tu rn fd w ith fill pip, » ni d I c e n t’s w orth
Ti) Gmt si Wied, h ih: (tn Try.
ATTO RN EY S
in and loc k tb< ir p la c s, and tlw old of tobacco. W hat the hoy« did to him and Encyclopedic dictionaries are stead­
fiddler scraped aw ay u n til I th o u g h t j,is for hi» nnducious act is not related, hat ily falling Is hind tin, courts. One re ­
Oí iilE
OF EUGENE.
cent decision establishes th a t w hen u
arm m ust break.
it is a fact th a t they d id not smoko him man is hanged by a mob it is un “ arei
S o u th e r n P a c id o Go.
a f a
C- H HOLDEN,
a
B.
EA
<lM
.
JS
.
C ash b
Presently
tbere
was
a
lull.
T
w
o
w
om
­
T. G- MSMO'UOAS. PUS-
o u t th a t night.
d e n t." A child whose parents are liv­
(Includine ’r u t irf » » t » any p t r t fit the United
■t-Law and N otary P ublic.
E x p r e w T ra in s M mvc potlbii»<l D u lly .
en, dressed in gauzy, wavy dresses, st< p-
Mates <‘ana I h an 1 Mexico.
• 6 0 ,0 0 0
ing has also been declared h.v an «’m i­
I N o r th
ix.d
into
the
middle.
They
w
ere
the
v
il­
PAID
UP
CA8H
CAPITAL,
R E L IA B L E INSUR ANC E-
W icnted—A i;n«l>aint.
I
THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, t'n bright*»«
ni i t judge to ho all "o rp h a n ,” and
• 6 0 OOO smith
A r|9 * .W a in
lage dancers. Then followed a m arvel­
Portland
LB . A N E . A O 2 3 1 O H 3 N T . 8URPVU8 AND PROFIT8,
m ilete W eek ly Xeww;>»I*f I» »•' ’
an
d
m
ost
» SO I m I L*
A
good
joko
w
as
played
,
u
Ci
g
u
is
Lv | S OW a m
Eng'-Mi«
NOTICE I'» UoM F.vrEVDEItC
ous exhibition of high kic king. I t w as o f u provincial tow n recently by the w In n life insurance was taken by a miiu
1 ;6» A m
orld p r : « r •<n!arly 81 rolw ainx. «»r tw «lv ♦
S O L . I 3 I T B D Hi a til I A t BAH r raucii*»'»' Lv | «.:UO p »• w
e been anpointe»!. by the I nlteo • t«tc « A C C O U N T S
pages, o f . n .y« id ; T it ir • an I tie i«ral I n f irm v
a veritable triu m p h iu tho torpsieho young men ef the place, ’ih o boys had w hile unm arried it w as judicially de-
___
rtlnnd.
oreg-'ii
lit co u rt. U. 8. (.'«»romtosloner f”r ’ “<*
ni
En-t
Í'
n
ignld
•••nt
AgrleiiHiirHl
fb
'p
a
rtm
*nl.
:>■. ! M
OREGON
furuer. M*ri«»u, Jerter- ti<Mi;aleoa
• 4m . E n t r ie s a m i fln e l j-r ,<,i-en-’
r. an art, for every few steps they touch liceti ra th e r rem iss in tlicir attentions to , lured to have been " iffrc tc d by a hus­
»»¿burn.
¡Salem.
EUGENE.
City. W
C J P IE S S i . i r
F R .E .
i before me at my office in F k ir e w e .
SAMPL
ed the oeiling : . w ith
shoes, he
and haul
tho Ihe young ladies, and had h t n going to band ” In udditii.n to tliew an unmar­
. th
. eir .u,««
louder tho click of th eir shoes the lou
-
„
ai d ao en ut ili ried woman has been «loclared by our
the Ihcuterw, partio«
n o Y O U W *N T T IIE
i r cam e tho upplauwv And »o th e n ig h t the girl* grew tired of being h*ft ont hi highest court to ho a "sin g le man.
notaries .
Un.1 ‘■»“ - ¿ - B(. I|O u u t . n u I .¥ .
h cu rsslip p ed aw ay unhe'ded. D an e;fo b the cold and decided to show th eir lit- Exchange.
C. WOODCOCK.
C H R O N IC L E
Ar I c-Wp m
I’«i irtlnurl
KUKI » m !1
lowed dance and song follow ed song,
M r. I’e p p s r s » o g g e sts,
utrenc
U
U;20n
m
i
K<
depeudenee.
M il P m i1 , r
l-T I H:W a m
u n til a t last they could keep aw ake no
II«1 tsehurg
"H ow the w ind howls tonight!” sni,t
6:20 1» m 11 Af
(Jotiseqnently 18 of the girls hire,, a
A. R. BUTTOLPH.
longer, and, w ith a hiss Io the hrido box a t the th eater uud made a very the un lunch, >ly board« r.
SAI.KM pASSEJOiK". DULY.
. . . .
p m I Lv
rm-!11''“’
ft I
and the bridegroom, one au d «11 depart- charm ing I heat, r party. Tin' play w as
•T shouldn’» v.i i.d .r if it had tho
«•;!.»
p
iii
,
A
r
H*!**?*_____
»XV-.
-
O re g o n
c l . —H artfo rd Times.
sugg, siisl Mr. A sbury Pep-
"W anted— a H u sb an d ." and the girls teolha, lx
► I I O W I N '*
P*Raom»
» »m» " 'DT «n--,’« n " 1,1,’ i " 1L
sat screno througli it all, never dream ­ p,-rs.
Si ««•"**«“ < iveu io e x ile . m a w 11,11 P
T»vj]lm n.n
S le e p e r s .
T l„i T « lu o o f » < op.
The United States, Dominion of
n one
•Toothache?”
Fbusiness.
Olio e f tin, n e s t com forting thing» n ing th a t the w ic k . ,1 hey, had tnk,
O r e g o n . SEC O N D C L 4S S SLEEPIN G CARS,
Wauled
•Yea. H ave yon uever h arti of the
F lo ra n o G .
•U•<•h■.• lx «11 Tlir.aigh Tl»1n».
Canada and N or'he-n Mexico
fisherman < r h u n ter can carry w ith him of the largest flaring p o attn I in fiont
liu ciu u ati Eu-
—a
H
usband,”
aud
fu-tcued
tit
of tho gale?
» . POTH.
"• T-
<
»
xk
«
iv
î
:
is a cup to drink from. Horn,' men g-1
West 8i4< IHsisk»n.
audii neo
e
f
tho
box
so
th
a
t
all
tin
I
We
R f TWFE*!
P O R T L A h O ANO C O R V A L L fS -
along w ith th e ir hands, r by I' aning
P O T T E R * O O ^O O N .
C H A R LES GETTYS.
y.
“
W ?ll TB A lJ IlA ll.T (KXCEI-T St > I. » V.)
over a stream or spring and d rinking m ight » a d . —Pearson’« Wool
Musio is ’» prophecy c i '.b u t life is to
7 ‘»n p in i t v
F»rt1'n»1
t\* i • £5 f, "t
............Atrernpyo-at-I.!,»
direct from the w ater, Imt tlw ie is no
HM Cb»r*ctrrl»tl<>«
U W |>m I I f
«•xrr«l1l.
’ » 1 L » > m
lx*, t il.c rainbow t f prem ise translate,!
com fort, and »hero is a possibility of
’ u MMnv« ..l-’xr. d t|. <• >xx~ ' - I” -
<>X Till»; OTTIMI!« «SII»'-
bcgbnk , obf . uon .
V isitor— Who do yon tak« ufter, Bob­ out of seel jg into healing —Mrs. U M.
„KlrPff
.11 w Central
S -tern fs.KrsrT
S tilts* HFUbAT.)
.
.
lizante in this. One like» to s’ an.t erret
f « S ir iS
TWV.MS A bAUT
Child.
Fend
•
"
and
0<H
«h-
M.»n
and
by,
your papa c r m am m a?
SEA TO N . OREGON
■O ffici * IiiCo«i»er*« block.
Bobby—I k t depeniH. When A unt
Wc kl» i bronl«'!1' t >r Oar V '»r, mid drink comb rtubly w hen on the
4-tS n a» » t.e
Portland
.V ’ «
r
■ «at»'», or buniiug ci
march. H i« »o«5 «attafactory. When J a n , 1» la te , m a suj«_f take
7^6 p ralA r MfMinnvin*
I.r I A:» • »• pu» ag» |,r •p.,»il n i M I» »ml I’xpir.
ST A T E O F F IC E R S
G A R D IN E R
EUGENE-FLORENCE Standard
Dictionary
STAGE LINE.
H. H. B arrati, Prop’r,
NEW STAGE LINE
LILLIAN
D A IL Y
Steam er
«Sobarts
T R IP S
Florence to Yaquina.
DETTAL S’JMEM.
E lk P r a i r i e H o te l.
1LEOÎMCPAPEB
COAST
orthern
O ft E U C E ftS A ftD
F L O ^ E ftC H
STAGE
ROUTE.
P a c if ic , R y.
u
'JSÈii.
|L
s. fi.....
. „
Hoad of Tide Hotel,
I
THROUGH TICKETS
T o n s o ria l P a r lo r s .
C n 'y $ 6 . 7 0 a
THE
SHASTA
RflUTt
$ 1 .5 0
A.
R e v e r s ib l e M a p ?
[Attorney «dt Law,
Notary Public.Surveyor
NOTARY
b e n e d ic t ,
PUBLIC.
Map o f t'na W orld
FRANK B W ILSON.
L.