The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, January 22, 1897, Image 3

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W
E S T
EVERY FRIDAY
Highest of »11 in Leavening Strength.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
MOBNINO—
— F lobkxce , L ax « C ounty , O skcon .—
. . . B Y -- -
K n o p fes
§
(D e a tfie r s o n .
ABSO LUTELY P U B E
^U -T krms : <1.50 » year in advance.— — •
THE PARTING HOUR.
There Is something in the "parting hour"
W til chill the warmest heart—
Yet kindred, comrade«», lovers, friends,
Arc fated alt to part;
Bat ih i“ I've uceu—and many a page—
Has pressed ft on my mind—
The one th it goes is happier
Thau tho-e he leaves behind.
No matter what Hie Journey be,
Adventurous, danwvrous, far,
To the wild d«*ep or black frontier,
To solitude or wnr—
Still sometning cheers the heart'that Cares
in all of human kind, .
And they wh«> go are happier
Than those they leave lx hind.
The bride
to the bridegr«aim's heme
Wi.h doublings and wkhXear»;
hui does not Hope tue rainbow spread
Across her cloudy fears?
Alas! the mother who remains,
What comfort ean she rind
But this—the gone hi happier
Than the one she leaves behind.
Have you a friend, a comrade dear—
Au old and valued friend?
Be sure your term of sweet concourse
At length will have an end.
And wtieu ybu part—as part you will—
V take It uot unkind
If he who goes is happier
Thau those he leaves behind.
God wills It so—and so it it".
The pilgrims on their way.
Though weak and worn, more cheerful are
Than ail the rest who stay;
And when, at last, poor man, subdued,
PE : SON A LS.
Seaton Dancing Clnb meets tomorrow
Entered at the post-office at Florence, night.
I
i'a*ne county. Oregon, as second-class
I am constantly inerenrins mv stock of
Giles Fowler of Walton is in town.
mall matter.
dry goods. I sell cheap fot cash. A. O.
Our Aliek was wi'lt it“ again vest. day
F mike.
Mr. D.ililin returned to Florence ou
tnvcaTiaixn hates made known on ap ­
The regnlar meeting of the. W. C T. the Ciulknt.
plication .
Local notice? » cent» per line, each Insertion U. will tie liel-i Tours lay Jan 25ih, at
J A. Pond took a short outing at the
the residence of the pastor.
cape this week.
W E S T L IN G S .
Rev. G. F. Rounds will hold services
R e v . I. G. Knotts and F. E Fremont
■text Sunday, Jau. 24th, at 11 a. in. in went to Deadwood Tuesday.
Acme and at 3 p. in. in Glenada.
The Rot arts is expected hack today.
E. A. Wittier«, light house inspector,
Casflarn Syrup is a mild and gentle
The appraisers meet tomorrow at E. stopped in Florence Tuesday night on
H.
Amlei-oiis
on
South
Sioitgh
to
ap­
Iniaiive for childien nn.l infanta.
his way to the Umpqua,
Cheater Bean of Mapleton is clerk of praise I h ©damages from the Fremont
O. M. Reiser, P. M. Workman of
M ills road.
the senaie coniiniitee on printing.
Unity Lodge No. 25 of Portland was
Rev. I. G. Knotts delivered a very
Nasal catarrh call anil is being cured
here yesterday representing The Harry
interesting sermon in the Presbyterian
by the use of Dr. Slump's Catarrh Rem­
Una Co of San Francisco.
church Sunday evening on the “ Difficul­
edy.
ties of Di-d-ellet.”
C H IC K AH M IN Y IT E M S -
B a rs, in Bi'Sanqilet, Canada on Tues­
Florence school district will hold a
Lies dow n to death resigned,
day Dee. 29th, to the wife of C. C.
school meeting on the 33 It, for tue p tr-
May he not still be happier far
Behnke, a sou.
B y a W est C orrespondent .
Thau those he leaves behind?
pnse of levying a tix m il trans tetiiig
The 0 Id Fellows are planning to make some other miscellaneous husitiess.
IR C N DISCO VERED-
some improvements in their cem • e y
Cash is so short that offers have læen
D-uglas C-unity ha- piled up an itt-
at Glenada soon.
made
to
«lasn
for
¡¡6
an
acre.
A I tic h F in d
n t h e H iu sla w C lo s e to
deoie loess to the extent of ;12> )3I on
For tiiiptirilf of blood, or skin di— winch she ptvg lll'eretl at tile rate of
h e r .. W ater*
M»- H him has dissolved parh rship
order u-e Dr. Slusip’s Sarsaparilla and
8 per eent, amounting to 01,233 atiuuall* . who D h *. Iuioe and lias set up his
Iron. A sure cu-e.
A few ffava nun white tracitix tip in-
Port Orlord Tribune: The Coquille bachelor idols on the deserted Stacy
Janie- Bav of Minerva starts to E i-
(itcattiiiis of mineral, Ge»'. II. Coiter
Thompson
claim.
River, the new vessel built a Prosper
genH today with a hau l o1 about 23 arrive I saletv in S in Francisco, 19 days
Chickationiiny grade is not tieing and S J. Briimi futinff vvliat aeetiin to I hj
head of eat’le 'or Geo. Fisher.
pushed
with much vim just now, and a very vatiialile tltqitatit »f ir»n. It ia
out. Fite E ( .miner savs, tin t a fe r
in tlte side of bleep, a reeky ledge within
Benton coniUv is to have a law suit oeing titled witti machitterv, slie will l-e the Nelson in cihtaiii road is closed
half a mite of navic.ihle water 12 mile»
will. Ex-Sheriff Oslmrn io determine rue on the mute of the wr.-cke I Biii-lo- to wheels for the season.
almve Fbirem-e. Mr.Colter, wlm i«an e x ­
the amount winch lie owe-. to I he countv. rilie.
D«f. Inloe testified in the «leer-killing
perienced miner inform» us tliat he
case
that
he
saw
Carlisle
with
some
Tin- Minnesota hotel of Eugene
MutSi’Hel'l
S ”.
The
annual
tlnnka that I lie ore will yield a large
which has he,-n palroiiiz d so hugely ly report « the
mon 4>ack for 1896 ti ing over his shoulders, hut lie didn't per vein of iron ami that there appears
know
w
hettier
it
was
a
deer
or
a
girnff
.
Siuslaw citizens lias leilueed i's rates to ctuitains iiiicMirf i.a
Miininary
the
to lie a great quantity of the mineral
follow iiig fig' rep: Coos hay, 15.009
8 0 cts. per day.
Mrs Charles Btering expects a young, there. Samples have been sent to tian
ca?es
;
Coquiln-
river,
9.025
casen
;
Siu
ladv
friend
from
G.tiifuriiia
to
ke^p
her
Florence people are a ixinus to know
Francisco for assaying, and return» may
who gi t- -he eoiitraci for the jetty slaw . 11 7 0 caseh ; Um pqua rive»-, 9,3 10 c ’tnpany on the holm-stead during the lie expected in a few day».
eight nr ten mouths of her husband's i
work. We hope some ol our local ca.-es.
DIED
bidders may he fortunate eno tgh to se­
We are informed that County Superin­ pr«»posed stay in 8 in Francisco.
We all went to E ig ne on subpoenas !
tendent Hunt is planning to hold a meal
cure it.
W. R. McCormick has had the S. T. & institute in Florence sou»»-time in June in the deer killing case. If the case had , At the residence of Dr. Sauhert in
B. C o.’s pile driver at work driving piles and that he hopes to have one of the been trie«! here Mt home, before J list ice Acme at 12 oelncK Jan. 20 h, 1897, of
to replace his tide gate which was leading educators of ttie *tate deliver an Hate. Carlisle c«aild have liven acquit* la gripiie, Isaac Scott Taylor aged 78
washed out hv the high (ides some address at that time and assist him in ted with just as go«»«I grace and at much years, 13 in iiithu and 29 days. The
less expei re o the county. We earned remains were interred in tlie O ld Fel­
the institute work.
week“ ago.
The W est was in error last week in mileage over twenty four mites of mud lows eeme’erv in Glenada.
R h e u m a tis m is a disease of the l-lood
liul in order to cure it, it is necessary staling Unit Hie »ii were who located the between Hale’s and Eugtne.
1897 TAX.
to neutralize and eliminate the poison M ipleioii-Floieuee wag m r i.i-l were ap- John Carlisle lias ta-eii arrested on a
in the I i I oim I. Dr. Slump's Rheumatic pointed to appraise damages from the cliarue of killing deer out of sea"Oii. The L i n e C o u n ty < I t i s e l i , W ill P a y IB M ills
road. W. H. Spauzh of Hei eta, Win. witnesses and Johnny appeared at E i-
Cure doe- this • ffectuailv.
—T w o M ilt . L e s s T h a n L a s t Y e a r .
Judge-F l.er on's residence in Rose- K lrh y of Heinnin and James B y of gene on ttie 9th, lull were told to come
again in a week. Tuere .8 eoitsi lerahle
tutrg was dest roved hv fire Ifie 12th inst. N..rthfoi k are the appraisr rs.
Guard: The county court while in
Biimlon cor. Mirshlield S in: O ir he ill-feeling on the creek over the case, regular Session made the la x levy for
About half ilu-j ulge’s law library was
horned with the bouse.
L-ss fully cal ttsliernien are talking of purchasing and several w ho envied John his good tlie year 1897 as follows :
the cannery plant of Mr. I'immoiis, ami luck iu hunting and oewailed their own For county purposes. .
<10,033 Insurance $2,500.
............6 mills.
operating
it on a co qiera'ive plan This lack of the »aine are feeling lietter
A letter to the Oiegonian from Ya-
" sclio.il
••
........?..
6 "
a
»nt
it.
quina, of I be 12ih ¡list., si.ys that the is a step in itie righi lirec io.i, nt I I i in
“
stale
“
......................4
“
Eastern oysters planted nt Yaquina bav confident that the above plan is the only
A C M E IT E M S
one
by
which
the
ffs'ierinen
can
obtain
last fall ate doing well and commencing
Total tax ............ .
15 “
to grow, and that the loss from the win­ a fair figure for tneir catch, fail the good
B y an O bserver .
Last year ti e tax levy was 17 mills
work go mi.
ter freshets was verv light.
lieing tw o mills more than it is tiiis
The Guard of tiie H tli inst. heads its
The Steamer Chilkai arrived in Fb>r-
Acme | e pic should go to K vle’s for vear.
ened last Friday bringing in w goods to editorial -o minis with an a - o int of
their salt. Ten cents a sack cusli or
With careful ami j iiliciotl» manage-
several of our merchants. She -1- - “ An Early Oregon W edding.” If a m an
credit.
nient the court believes that a 15 mill
parted on her way north the same is studying for a do tor Ins prin ip e
E l ler Rounde spoke to an apprecin- tax will meet tlio expeniiitureH of tlie
evening Fred Funke took passage to topic of conversation is medicine, if ne
Pnrtlau-i amt Nels J ■lutsoii to Astoria. expect» to lie-'o ne a teacher lie talks tn e audience Sunday evening. He wi'l county lor tlie .'ear, In-sides paying
aliout teaching, and it is p ssible that speak bgttin next Sunday morning.
interest on $25,103 Indebtedness. I'he
Li'tle Freda Funke bad the tnis-
T hccapiuin of tlie schooner May- ! county debt has l«en steadily redueed
when an editor contemplate» uiatri-
fortane to lull from the sidewalk in
monv lie will give valuable space in nis flower took a cohl water liatli from tlie during the pssi two or three years from
front of the Cathey building h few days
$90,hOO io $25.1100, ami w bile the board
editorial columns to the discussion of side of ids ship a few davs since.
■-'UMB^rPe.iksng bui-i.rm
- the elbow
marriage ncidents.
Acme was disappointed bv not secur­ wished to make tlie tax as light as
and r i tm in tin ,1 oi.e in her shoulder.
E x.— A young ladv asked a news­ ing F E Fremont as singing teacher, possible, tii-y deemed it wise to make
D r. R. ib eltls \\;tb chi leu ..nu (lie biukeii
it sufficiently large to insure tiie
paper limn now to make “ not enough' so they have done the next Lest tiling
hWHUtaet.
prompt payment of all accruing e x ­
out
nt
tlie
wont
"eiliingti”
Hlnl
lie
tells
and
formed
a
club
called
tlie
Acme
TbefWEST has for sale ten month’s
penses.
tnitiim in either the English, Conimer- tier Imw it is done by transposing tne Choral Cluti. It was organised with
eleven
memlstrs
last
Friday
evening.
letters
into
words
like
this:
Take
the
dRRM iorthund, or Telegraphic depart-
D E A F N E S S C A N N O T BE C U R E D .
Me-srs Carnes and Smith left last
lof the Holmes Business College 3d, 2nd. and 1-t letters of tlie word
ftland. This is one of the liest •'enough" lor tlm first word, an I ttieff'li, week for Albany anil Sautiam.
By local applications ns they cannot
ess colleges on the coast and we 4iIi, and 5th, for tlie second word and
The Florence and Acme Dancing Club reach tlie diseased portion of tlie ear.
von
leave
two
words
tliat
signify
some-
n is tuition on easy terms.
met tor Gie first time in Mr. Gates hall Ttiere is only one wav to cure deafness,
■tliing tliat is not enough fur any young
SatuidHy evening Mr. Geo. O Kuow- and that ia by cuiistitutioinil reiiieiliea.
Hieing clnh with 32 mein atrs was
lady.
h-s, was chosen president; anil Mrs. Deafness is caused l>y an inH lined con­
___ Ized at Acme Saturday evening
Versons who are troubled with indi­ Sum Seymour, vice president. They
with the following oftii-ers. Geo. 0 .
dition of tne mucous lining of tlie
Knowles, president; Mrs. S. Seymour, gestion will lie interesled ill I lie experi- adopted an excellent set of hv-laws Eustachian Tula;. When thia tut»- is
vice, president; A. Brnnd, secretary; elire ol Win. H. I’enn, chief cerk In the Our hotels and private houses would ¡iiHamed von have a rumbling sound
Frank Sauliert, treasurer. Tiie mein- railway mail service ai Des Moinsw, la* doing missionary work to adopt or ini|s:rfcct lieariqg, and a lien it is
bera intend t > give a dance once in two Iowa, wlm w rites : It gives me pie,is- tiie same.
' entirely dosed, dealnet* is tlie result,
wee*» meeting at Acme and Florence ««* to testify to tl.e merits of Gnaml er-
! and unless theiuflain.uioii can l-e ntkeii
GREENLEAF ITEMS.
alteruately.
'“» i’* Colic, Cholera amt Diarrhoea
out slid this tm>e reslored to its nor­
Remedy. For two vears I have “offered
mal condition, hearing will 1« destroyed
The progressive ladies of Westfield
.
B y the W est C orrespondent .
...
,, . I'roiu im hgesiion, and am subject Io
forever; nine eases out of ten are caused
In d £ issued a vv on,air’s Edition” of
-
’ ,
.
Iroquent severe attacks of pain III III«
I by Cat rrh, which is nothing but an
the Westfield New s heal ing date of
sto m a ch and bowls. One or tW" dusi 8
Mrs, R ov "Jagg e-liaini is living w itli
April 3, 1896. Tlie paper is filled witli
inflamed condltiun of tlie mucous sur-
■f this ro.ue lv never tails to give perfect her sister, Mrs. Sprague, at Triangle
matter of ¡merest to women, ami wc not-
IfW the follow ing from a ■ orrepomleiit, relief. Price 25 and 50 cents; sold by
We will give One Hufiiiered Dollar*
It. B. Brown, the notorious, ia working for Hiiy case of deafness (caused tiy cat­
whicli editors printed, realizing tliat it Florence Drug Store.
Hillstairii In !»• len G u t: The retail hack tlii- way. He m .v e l up fiom arrh) that cannot lie cured tiy H ili’*
treat» upon a matter of vital ini|iort«iiee
Send for circulars;
to their sex : “ Tlie best remedy furrroiip, iq mt deal rs in Port land are not pacing J unction t o * loggi ig ctu ip on Jfo- i Catarrh Cure.
colds and bronchitis that I have Isreu til ns strewn with yellow loses Suin' creek not long ago. Finding tlie family free. F J. CHEN EY & CO , Toledo, O
»We to find is Chamberlain's Cough .'43 made applical'ou for license I lie first liu d ii’i a mouthful of food, tlie loggers
Bold by all druggists, 75-’.
Remedy. For family m e it has no I ilm year but up to Saturday only to..k them some siipimr *ud notified
Hall's Family Pill» are tlie liest.
•qnal. I gladly rrvoiniiiend it." 25 om il 73 lisd isten able io pay the tux Brow ii that if he didn’t g o to work lie
L E G IS L A T IV E N E W S .
• ad GO eent hotties fur sale by Florence . iip>se<l. That was tne last day of (sudd get no more at tli*t camp. Brown
grace. Il is said that wholesale dealers showed up in the morning and went to
Drug »tore.
The «tale sena’e met Jan. litb and
have been in a habit of advancing tlie sawing logs.
Dr. Sin op’» Croup Cure cure» croup-
orgniz.eil
immeiliately choosing tlie fol-
iiioiiey. lull when the instances are so
Roy Ea.-glesliaim lias gone to tlie
in twenty minutes.
permanent i f l i . e s : Joseph
'■umerons it is very pioi alde that a Bohemia mines, expecting to make a iowhig
Guard : Sheriff Johnson's books ehow
Siiiiou, of .M iltiiouiah president; S L.
ncr.il refusal will result. Hard
the delinquent taxes for the four year» ones does seem to piouiote temperance slake tuere.
1 M'lorliead, of Lane, chief clerk; J. N.
Frank Eldridge bus taken Roy E iggle-
ing January 1st, 1897, to hv as fol-
Wilson, of Linn, assistant clerk; Bam
■ Iter all. Good.
sliaioi's place for two years and moved K. Mason, of ,M duo nah, calender
• : '92 tax, 43675.87; '93 tax, 41581.-
in.
; '94 ta x ,»844 74; '95 tax, »2258 40.
clerk ; Win. Rasmus, of Moitlinliiab,
l it e r a r y s o c ie t y .
After the frieze that destroyed so reading clerk ; C. B Crosim.-uf Lincoln,
I amount t>f •t<-lin<|iieitt (or tlie past
ninny potatoes store hogs tiecame a drug sergaut-at-arnis; James Blun-lell, of
IT year», 48360.18. Tlie amount on
1896 toll will tie considerably re­
The Audohon Literary S'S'ietv will iu the marker. Joe Wliisinau went up Oongl,», doorkeeper; P. P. Humphrey,
duced yel as there is quite an amount h .Id its regular meeilng on Friday Jan. to tlie lake» and Is.light six pigs, ranging of Marion, mail clerk.
<
1« paid on estates and otherwise. J9ih. S' Glenada, wliertf tlm following in w- ignt from fifty pnuno» down, for
Senator McClung is cliairin in of the
»3. *n I tlie seller tell so pleased to ge' romiiiittee on education and a m eiitier
nF thowing for the year 1894 is program will t-e given :
eepeciallv good.
1 lie questioned for dehafh, is “ Re- lid of them that he threw in taro more of tliewoiiiiiiittees on irrigation, re-ision
-olvcd that man i. not m-irallp »espon- as Wtiismau whs starting away,
I of laae and way* and means. Beoator
A ('►ithridgs strong enough for cq les- Driver is etiairiiian of tli.* couim iilee on
-¡Ide for liis seta."
y»
Peter Shredder trians is likely to 1« stretched across penal institutions ami a iiieniiier of
Recitation
R
ecitation
Laae creek near tlie J « Wtiisman pl.ee. coinuiittce« on medicine etc., insurance,
Dialogue
Viola G .lter,
Recita'ion
{ brnking «ml loum ies.
«e
A CURE FOR L A M E B XCK.
Gertie Slireuder
_____
I Tlie senate lias -lecideil to reduce tlie
Dialogue
J ,, ,
_ the numi-er of clerks and fix their
“ MV ■ aughter, when recovering irom "
, ,
. • ,
Win Cliaml-erlin
Solo
P*v “* <•* l*’r '*»7
d ilef clerk» ami
Rets cc. Heiidereoti hii nt tuck of fever, was a g-cat sufferer r _-_
) Recitation
13 for ail mliers.
from pain il> June track and hip
p is logue
A CHIH-U» attended l-y 44 nieiiil-er» of
writs*
Louilsn
"Hr-ivcr,
of
Sardi».
Ky.
Bing
the legislature remmi lusted Betiator
“
After
using
quits
a
n
u
m
lsir-•(
rcine-
Four
Small
Children
Finger play
Delia Morri» dics without any Is-nefit »lie trie-1 o n . Mietiteli st Salem llie I4ih inst. This
■ Recitation
Is>ttle of Ciismbarlain,« P tin Haim, a id aith t o oilier meiuneya wlm were
Diologne
it
has given entire relW ." Ci>ant**r- iliial-le to alieiel tl.e camms hut pledged
George Goiter
' Recitation
lain’» Psiu Balm i< alisi a certain ruts ti-em -elvv. to o>ipi">rt tlie tmmiiuw-
Dialogue
>'jhJ-4fe<li»rence Drug witl give Milchen 46 voles on j I..
May Pbelp.
1 Keci laiton
h o llm -
I. , . h r t
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i H i ^ i . » -■ _t_
q
A Cu n in a .
—
-
Roasting Schillings Best
in San Francisco costs
ore than roasting other tea
in China or Japan, but it
makes tea better.
You don't have to pay
the difference, though. It
comes out of our prolts.
We make money in gi /
ing up promts. Queer!
L.
.
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■ R tS flH K k b ó K
M
YO R A N
SHOE
&
SON,
D EA LER S
Eugene, O r a .
IT T
H AKDW AE
Have a complete stock of all
kinds of Boots, Shoes and Rubber
Footwear, at the lowest prices
consistent with good goods,
i Mail orders promptly attended
to.
ff. C. T. 0. DEPARTMENT.
O F
OUT MOTTO.
Fur Gott, Home and Native Land.
OUT BADGE
A Knot of White Ribbon.
W. C. T. C. meetings sre held every altero&te
Thursday afternoon from 2 to t o’clock. Tbedat»
and place of meeting will be announced the
prevtuus w»ek.
The National W. C. T. U. has oyer forty de­
partments or lines of Work, under the fear gen­
eral heads of Preventive, Educational, Kvan-
lst ic and Social.
Toe W. G. T U. will give a »¡her
medal contest on th e eien iiig of Fell.
4ih. Adults will he cti ugc I ten cents |
ttdmisaioti. All children will l>e ad- I
milled free.
The members of the society at their
last meeting presented their president,
Mis. Holden, a souveneir silver spoon
in token of their appreciation of her
labor» in their behalf the past year.
The Mower mission di-p irtmeiit have
distriimted nearly four hundred Imquets. '
Goffee and sail Iwiehes were served at
Isith the spring and (all election, and
all voters were invite I to partake.
During tlie year 189(i, tlie
first I
year of our existence, we held tw enty-I
four mother's meetings one parlor
meeting, ga e one silver medal con­
test, and dis riluited three hundred
and seventy-eight pages of temperance
literature. We keep two boxes of tem ­
perance literature in public places, on--
iu tlie Morris hotel ami mie in tlie post
office. On Jan. 1411. tin- W, C. T. U .
held their annual election nt which the
follow ing officers for the ensuing year
were elected; president, Mrs. C. If. Hol­
den ¡11 >st vice president, Mr*. I. G.
K notts; sw en t vice president, Mrs J.
L .Furnish; secretary, Alice E B irn ;
treasurer, M is. Win. K y'e; au |s:riii-
teinlciit of literature, Mrs. J A. Yah- ;
sup'-ri I. ii n ci.I ol fiow er m issio n , M i».
F"Sier; superinteimeut of press wink,
Mrs J. L. Furnish.
S T R A IN E O R E L A
JT Jö T
R E C E IV E D .
We will
not be Undersold
by Anybody.
Call and see us
M E Y E R
&;
Cash,
IONS.
Cash,
Cash,
Is the Motto of the M APLETO N 8TO R E
Il seems tluii strained relations exist
tsitween Biker City and Baker countv,
which were all brought about tiy a ron-
troversy
over
tlie
water
used
at
the
courthouse
tlie
former
demanding
the
regular
cash
r nts. while the latter is of th e opinion
tliat (lie c.iiv lias great nerve to even
nieniiou this small matter when Ihe
comity collects all tlie taxes gratuitously
for ill« miiliicp.ility, says the D ni 'crut.
To make a long »lory »In.ri and one tliat
covers a perioil of several years, the
countv flatly refused to walk up to tlie
cupiaih’s office Hint settle, and Water
Superintendent O. O Stern turned o ff
the water. Tlie county officials did uot
appreei tie this, and to resent it and
show their in te|>endciice they have lot
a Contract for tlie putting in of a com­
plete water system at the court house,
the plant consisting oi a fair-sized force
pump, which is warranted never to get
out of order or freeze up. Muscle will
furnish tlie |»iwer for itie county's plant
f«»r l he present.
A full L in e-o f
GENERAL
★
M E R C H A N D IS E
Constantly on Hand, a t th e Lowest P rices
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.,
CASH PAID F03 FIRST CLASS FURS.
L . E. BEAN,
Maosgar.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION-
OREGON 8HORT LINE SOLD.
Laud Oflic«, at R<»»«burg Oregon.
January Mh, 1A97*
Notice in hereby given that the following-
iiaiaed ketilcr ha* riled notice of hl» iuteutloii
to mftke final proof in »upport of his claim, and
that Raid proof will be made before C. H. Hol­
den, U. ri. C. C. Comiaiceioner at Fl«>rence, Ore­
gon. Kebruary 20, IW7, vD: JefTerma Harney,
nephew and heir of A'llllam Funaley, decoaaed,-
on indiBii h imcNtead no. 5459, for the lot» 4
and 5 of »ec. 31. tp. 18 »., r. *1 weal.
He name» the follow ng witne»»e» to provQ
bi« co itiuuoti* residence upon and cultivation
of, »ai« land, via:
George Harney, Frank Drew, A R. Rnttolph
and H. H. Barrett, all of Florence, Oregon.
The sale of th • O eg <n S i irt Line &
Uiah Northern railway, under I tie con­
solidated ul u'lg ige of A ig 1st 1, 1883,
was in ide 8 itur lav at 8 lit Lik -, mi ler
direction of John B. Cielan I, court com ­
missioner. S i u iel C irr, W ilier C
O'liiian mid li.uirv G. Ni.m itls, r.-ure-
sentuig the reorgnnzI’lon co ii nitio--,
porch i».'d the pro|>ertv. for »5,417,530.
Tlie Utah Southern road was rod iu by
tlie same parties f o r ,763 000. They also
purchased the Utuli 8 milierii extension
for <975,000 W. H Bancroft will be
general mstiHger < f tlie eompsuy.
Toe trin sfsr o f tueO ienou Short Line
A Ui.ili Northern, with property laying
in five »1 the western stale*, was of great
interest to railri.id m m in the inter-
iiioniitHin country. Tne events were
tlie legal form» by which tlie euh-
tiranches of the L’.ii -n P icilic tr ink sys­
tem, were foredo-ed and bid in by »lie
holders of iiun* up hi tlo-ni, and are to
Is-followed by a reorg m.z itioil of the
officer* and employ** of the li.nua in­
volved.
*
H. M. VCATCH,
z
W. M. R E N s H A W ,
” 4 Wholesale and Ret«il
LIQUOR DEAkER.
Leading Brands for ,
Meflical, Mectaical:
and
t a n t i i l
qt
P orn os.
May he Found in—
;
Rugi i*er.
Celebrated Jeorie Moore whiskey.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
The Crate Orchard Sour Maeh
Land Ofltat at Rtwriburg, Oregon,
Nuverubqr 25.18iXJ.
Notlco lx hereby given that the foliuwing-
Genuine Old Catttle Bourbon
named »ettier ha» riled notice of hi» Intention
P» rank« final proof in »upp«»rt of hl» claim, and
that »aid pr«M>f will be made before C. H. Hoi-
den. U- rt. C. C. Comrnlaxhmer at Lake Precinct,
Douglas C«x, Oregon, on February 27, 1877, vU:
-The O P. S. Pony-
Joxeph Auxtin on h. e. no. 7«8 for the »el^»w‘4.
oec. 17;
nw*4,
»»w^ mc . '20; tp. 10 »., r. 11
We»;.
He name» the following witue«»e« to prove
hl» contluon» revideuce upon and cultivation
of »aid land, vis:
8 J Hhrum, W. T. Carle. W. B Miller and F. Evcr Refreshing Cold Storage Beer at 6
E. Fremont, all of Lake Freeinet, Douglae Co.,
Cent» a Glass Await» Your Order.
Oregon.
Call for an Imported or Domestic Cigar,
R, M. V catch .
And You W ill b . Sati.lied.
Register
POLITICAL NEW3.
The California legislature ha»
elected Geo. C. Perkins to tlie u .
Renate.
Boise Penro.e ha« l-een elected » n a -
tor from Prunsylvama to »uccyed J. D.
Cameron.
The repnblican ineinls-r» of the New
York
legislature havu
nominated
T. C. Platt a» their candidate to zucceed
Senator H ill.
Senator Sliernian ionfirm »the report
tliat he will tie secretary of »tale in
McKinley's calnnet.
IC YT I_. E .
O RG ANIZSO IN P O R T L A N D .
(
A p-wl of tlm new resene movement
hra-lc-i liy C'lUimamler mid Mrs. Maud
Badiugtmi Boot Ii, known as t lie Volun­
teers id America, was to 1st organized ¡I»
Portland fmtailay evening.
A POOR INVESTM ENT.
EUCKNE,
OR.
NOTIOE FOR PUBJOATIOM.
Land OtDcc at Itowbart, 0r«,oo,
December 1». lass
N n tic. la hereby siren dtiU th. tnltnwitig.
named « ttler ha* Sled n olle, of btv tuWBttou
tn make flual proof In aupportof h t, ctaim, aai)
B. Het*
Rogne River Courier: Tne îdierlff'» t t i.i -ant proof .vttl be made before
Tlie i»ody of Win. Rocket, night
watchman »n tlie steam er Gip-y wlm «ale of ii.linu-ieiit tax lauds caute ft at den V. 8. 0. C. I'oQ r.lulinurz« Fb jimrefOn-
gon, on J.nuory 3fi. IMf. vjz: Wtillara A. Ko-».n
myiierio>i*iv ilisuppeared (our weeks tlie court bornie M unlay morning. It on h. c no. «7« for t b . »»H •»>* »*e. 4JL«H.
»go at Corvallis was found in tlie Wit- only occupied half an hour and tlie pur­ w ‘k' nw)< *e',4.
W: tp, J*.
lainette witli i lie skull t roshe-l.
O R g A T SALKS prove the greM
V» merit of Hood'« 8ar»a|»arilla.
Sarzaparilla.
Hood’s B w m m t UI I*
z Mils because i i
■ftfïiwnNshRS fiBB
Hr n.iwe. U*e followfng ,
chaser« were few. Almut tulli tlie laud I
I hl, eonttnoouv i-'itdsiice upon •
adiertiaed
hid in by tl.e comity
I nt, *»M ¡and, vti:
C->m men I ing on the wie ite notice t l»e Emery W. Ci-bb. w tlllaia Eleldi 1
' quinii B iy Nawa »ay». D i« » p<mr ac< AAr A. Unkzie. alt of Uec,
.yeelmewt. Lincoln county ba» an
= ä h w M B M M M ib M
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