The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, April 09, 1897, Image 1

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» FLORENCE, OREGON, FRIDAY, Apr. », 18»7.
VOL. VII.
THE MSLANC.MÙLV DAVE
GENERAL DIREOTORY
CITY DRUG STORE,
T R A V tL F h b ' G U ID t
TRAVELE R V GUIDE.
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Eugene,
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Th e m elaoobolr dove has
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T A L L Y IN G
P IN E A P P L E S .
Q a l.k W a r b O ra a l a H a a d lli< ( t lM F r u i t
M , t b . M aw V to b W h a r f .
M ’C L E L L A N ’S W A R H O R SE.
S oaarttllR « A O ont D a n , t O . O a t , C h a s a s t
th e (to u a r a l R ixto.
The pineapple snaeon lasta from about
General McClellan's favorite war-
March 1 to about Aug. 1. New York horse, usually called Dan, was a dark
M. A. V IH O g H T , "BOS
gets pineapples from the Florida keys, bay, about. 17 huude high, w ell breo.
|e ■ « toarboly d a y . t b . hind
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T h a i *»«»'■ In to n t< h lt
from the West Indies and from the Ba­ with good action and never showing
Drags, IsiliciBBS, Ctenicals,
« b e n « a s k ia ptoo
hamas. Some oome iu steamers, sumo signs vt fatigue, no matter how long
or
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the lst> llH1‘ au<120tl‘ of eacb
iu sailing vessels. Pineapples from Ha­ the course. He was an extremely hand­
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. ol Slate........t..H . K. Kincaid.
m onth,
vana by steamer are brought in barrels some, showy animal, wills more tha©
..............................Philip Metelien
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Sundries
A ir Mtoaa Ik e m .l» a .b o ly days
lA vea Florence Monday,, Wednea- s j j trip We(w. Round trip «5.00
ai d crates. Pineapples brought in sail­ ordinary horse sense. Dan was a very
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day, nnd Fridays.
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and T o ile t A rtic le s .
ing vemeia are broug t mostly in balk faet walker—an important requisite in a
(to t »»rtk. y « a » b o to
Arrive, at Florence Tuesdays, Thurs-
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...W . H. Leed» daV,
Tons to .U a 'a a ir.
—not thrown in loo «ly, however, but rominunder’s charger—but a disagree­
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supply a’owed, so that as many as pos­ able aouinplishment so for as hi* st»F
ttonvay General.
Connect, with Steamer and Scotti- j
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sible mav be get into a vessel.
V b e « V * Vkav’« • « .to n o h u ty daga
were concerned, as their horse* iu «ou­
Stage
Line for Drain.
Also with For Passenger and F reigh t Rates T E E M S 8 T R IC T L Y C A S H .
Whan «Ma«*« «tovia btoU
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Ou the wharfs here pineapples ïrai were kept on a slow trot.
F. A. Moore stage Line for Coo,
Charge
I Coart
A nd y e a bin to ll
C. E. Wolveiton re.«onable.
brought in bulk are handled with great
After the war Dan became the family
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(to t by l b . a a i.ll
ci . ty. Men iu the held of the vessel horse at General McClellan’s country
_ cond District. . . .J. C. Fullerton
TbMi’. dm^baato ta at. Ur.t
T h e F u n k A W « s n a il»
til] bushel baskets with them and hard home in Grange, aud seemed to be proud
M e /a r A Ky’e,
F lo rence,’ O r.
ay Secoud District .Geo. M. Brown
« b a t * , m alaacholy la t b . d a y .
k.c brekets up on dock, where they are of his position, performing hi* duties
( W o «alo«. ytao, a to . and bto
E U G O E -F IM tfX C K
p axed along and set up on tbe string- w ell aud easily. Ou one occasion, when
piece of the wharf. The trucks in which driven to a neighboring estate by two
T o a t t b oa t b . .p o tt
they are to be carted away ure backed lariies of the general’s family, and Mit
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down handy. A box of suitable height, untied, os usual, at the door, Dan came
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sniu « boto balow f
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
W lo a h.-avva snu
and which ie aa long as the truck is to the conclusion that they had remained
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to t
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wide, is placed at tho end of the truck. long enough for an afternoon call, so,
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,E. O. Potter.
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the basket« from the stringpieee and he trotted back to his stable, carefully
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nets them np ou this box. Two tor u turning out to pass carriages and other
1............ W. T. Bailey au,l T h u rsd ays a t 6 a. m, and ar-
stand at the lidx,‘ eui h with a basket of vi hides met on tho way home. Dan
liooer. ) ............J .T < Callison riv es in F loren ce a t 4 p. no. tha
A U T H O R IT A T IV E
“ I kin lick any man in tbs placet
pineapples in front of him, to conn the «lied aud wus buried in Grange.
A. C. Jennings day follow in g.
Ha wm a Util, raw boned, red tu -
F lo ra e anil
pines and throw tbtui iu’o the truek,
The general said of him: ‘ 'Dan was
galoot, with loug hair, a stench h«i. which has racks at tho m * lenpl-s of ouo of tlioso horses that could trot all
..A . J.Johnson
R etu rn in g sta g e le a v es F lor-
> e i.M e VBcateilavjr Fsnas
high hoots and a Eatiurl shirt, itelh L;| board are placed a< rose 11. end as llie day long at a very rapid gait, which
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,A. 8. Patter,on , euce T u esd ays and F rid a y s a t 8
poekvte bulgod in an augular and utjlj load rises. Two men stand iu the trmk kept all other horses ?at a gallop. Ho
IJ J R v a te n tor Q M te tto a .
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^ C ^ ^ H u n " • ' “ • an<1 arrive8 in E u g en e Ft 6
■Banner.
to level the fruit us it comes to them
earned from the aids tho title of ‘that
Superintendent..
j . o . Illa .tra tto d s
When he entered the burrooM, he ifct
The two counte re are exprrt s, and l hey devil Dan’—a name that he justified on
, .C. M. Collier‘P- “ th e tl* y follow in g.
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week with great rapidity and steadiness, many a long aud desperate ride before I
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..............J. W. Harris!
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**1 kin litk any tnan in the p.'-icel'
A ereaS is *t 4 7 .« * « Satrtos
ttyping pineapples going all the time. gave up the command of the Army of
ml Peace.'.'.......... F. B. Wi.son S in gle fare
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Be dtetntwted a eomprt hmiei • e eco'
Each man picks np two pineapples at a thé Potomac. Dan was the best horse I
among them a ll Then he walhetl tut time, one with each hand, and gives ever had He was never ill for an hour,
|le .......................Jonh F. Tanner R ound trtp
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whole length at the hnr. took up a t
them a tom into the truck, Loth men never fa.igued, never disturbed under
T ick ets for sa le a t E . B an gs’s
counting aa they go aicug, one after an­ fire. Tho near old fellow survived thé
The fu ll num ber of w o rd , .n d te rm . In eiuoa in front of the icebox ami eje
It
livery barn, E u gen e, and a t H urd
a
thin,
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stream
of
amber
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other, "one," ••two," "three,’••‘four,” war for many years, dying at a ripe old
different dlctlonarlee for the entire alphabet la
•■g««,” .« it co ou np, each count mean­ age lu 1879. No matter how long we
Jnioe.
CITY OFFICERS.
4 D aven p ort’s office in F loren ce.
u follow «: s -o a a o s r a , 5o,ooo; W o » ch « stbb
•*i kin lick any”—
ing tw© pineapples. When they strike might lie parted—once for nearly four
I j 5,000; W bmtbb (In ternatio nal). 135,000: COW-
A young, light haired, hiae eyed :•
“one hundred," the tallyman makes a years—he alw aÿs recogniied roe the mo­
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complete,)
225,006: tew Louadrd »P in front cd him ta 1. u straight chalk mark ou the end of tbe ment we met again and in his own way
etrange enddeaneaa
truck; that stands for 800 pineapples. showed his pleasure at seeing me. Even
N TA S D A K D , over 100,0«;
. F. B. Wilson
“ gappoatug you eommeoea on tue:
While he is making tbe chalk mark tbe ou the duy of his death, which wo* a
...............
O. W. Hurd
ooggeated the apparition.
other counter keeps right on, and be may painless one, he still attempted to rise
w
Wm. Kvle
The galocl looked steadily iato u, have got np t© "two” or "three” again, I and greet me, but, unable to do so, he
toard af Trastees
Marion Morris
clear blue eyee Then hie wandered «rv w (hr it takes a second or two to make the would lean h.s head against mo and lick
Wm. Bernhardt Twentv-three
8an«?le Pages Free.
Sleeping Cars
the full, broad rhete, aleuucr waist ano ohalk mark, but by that time the ta lly -' my hand. No soldier ever had a more
M iles W est
•pringy pore ef the >9® peamM cd ac­ man is at it again chiming in with [ fuithfnl liorto than I had la Daniil
.. Drew Severy
E le g a n ti
tivity in front ef him.
"four," and away they go together Webster. ”—Our Animal Friends.
...O . W. Hurd
ef Eugene.
Dining C a ro l
“ Ail right." ho eaid shortly. again, counting up rapid 1V toward an- I
...J . R. Weddle
"Where’s yer ebeeherer’ And then other hundred. If a man ok the lead i YOUNG M E N ’S PO PU LA R ITY .
Tourist
¿CENTS W A N T S » .
tfaev eat down t© a guiet little game.— finds a specked pine, he drops it over
Sleeping Cars
ON EUCENE AND
New York Bunday J jornal.
the side «if fhe truck into a bucket that A m ia b ilit y , K la d ll a e r e M o a tlo e s A la t e g -
r lt y . A r e It s roam lato too.
ORET 8OOIET1E*'.
ST. PA JU
stands there, and says: "One cu t." The
FLORENCE
To
the
query, Are young men who
Säilymän
tcosrs
in
one
without
count­
M IN N S A P J M S
i do any ing, to krep the count gr«d.
cannot, from religions convictions, ploy
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tamg ne onttueaa.
A sfa 't us the counters empty tbe cards, dance or attend the theater apt
I A. M. Florence Lodge No. 107.
Pacific Coast Agent*
Women talk shoo» "JewotetlgMier«'' kasketa they push them off tbe Lox, and to be popnlur with young women of re­
sgular soaamntiication on second
FARGO
a good iteal ofKBt» Uma Ukey » • — thf man at tbe atringpieoc sets np a fall finement and education who indulge in
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
vlh Oatnrdays in each month.
ORANO FORKS
TO
Money Saved
them.
one in lie place and tho counters keep such amusements? Edward W. Bok, in
8. L. R obicbds , W. M.
933 Markot St.
OROOKSTON
W hen a girl bM a silk prltiooM aa. it the pineapples going without cessation. "Problems For Young Men” in Tha
. O. g ito n e . Secretary.
■y
makes a froa froa. If it's only alpaca, At the fiilh hundred the tallyman make* Ladies' Home Journal, responds:
W fO Y IP C a
it merely rostlea.
"Whye certainly. Why n o« The
Patronizing It.
a mark «Jingoually across the four he
H E L S N A " ‘« I
A wormni will walk by a dead «teg ia has already made, in tlie mmmonly amusements in which a man indulge«
tm t t » » t a n t >
tha alrest with tears in her ayes a-
«OTT«
Gotland Lyons Post, No« 61.
um d method t . tallying freight; l-nt have nothing to do with Ids outward
three stuped wrens ou her hut.
j^tji scron<t iUi»i fourth Haturlsys
fly« marks L« tc stntid tor 1,CCO atlrnclivcness or popularity. It is th*
ROCKY
ftOUnTRm
Prop.
Tbe average girl gtow s np with tiiu pineapples. O i l a double truek there are way in which a young uian carries him­
Qeo. Hale
im onth.
• SVBB. CBM.
idea that every other man she nus
> I. B vtteeeield , Couiu»*nder.
usually carried from 4,6t0 to 6,600 self iu his deportment that makes or
TO
goat through lilo thinking how he woa I ineapplos; t i t a single truck, from mars his popularity with girls or men.
T m WffST WF EKI.y P v o L f s i T
J. L. F v h n i e m » Adjutant.
O H IC A C O
One cf the most popular and delightful
like to loss tier.
,090 to S.GCO. — New York Bun.
0 l.e e F w Yaar to Adaaaaa
Wlien a man keeps tolling a woman
fellows I know in New York has never
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H O T E L E U C E N E . P H I L A D E L P H IA
LAUG HTCR.
how morii ha Iowa bur. it either burie
been inside of a theater, although he is
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leperta
OÍU W. Perpetua Lodge, No. 131,
bar to «Nslh or elec sue ean n««er |>’ i
1)5 years of age. Nor hua he ever danced
l e t t i |* peclal DepanoHsta.
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every 1st and 3d Saturdays
or played cards. Ht> was n personal
l e t t i In 'i.'vekplM Celerade'i «eaterfsl euoagh ol iL It depends on the naan —
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Bunth. Members and visiting
friend for ten years before I knew that
New York Frcsa.
rn ;r’'e».
W. O. ZEIGLER, proprietor.
BO STO N A ND A LL
Just us the li<jcf of tbe horse ie the his religious principles precluded his in-
jn ia good standing are coniially
f /M J ;n tr viite«. «rigb»m . CeoElte
¡toattend. I. G. K xotts , M. ” •
X X— grrato Waa«s-
renumnt of on original five tore, Just as , dulgenec iu these amusements. His re-
p o in t s e a s t .»< i s o u t h
te- ,;vme>».
k’bX, Recorder.
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"If ye haven't been u k .n a hath, the pineal plaiid iu man is now said to * cret is that he docs not carry his conrie-
tin in fo rm a tio n , tim e carda, m ap . .n d tiekata. I t t ' '3 Uasi'adea« te Ageota
41. rtse «e» T » , ato |
j 1’U eat my hatl" deciatiw Mr. Ws.t; he the suruv«<l of a prehistoric eye on i tiens on his sleeve for everybody to rub
etc., call un «>r w ilt *
the top of the head, so, perhaps, this I against. Aud of his popularity with
^ystkfBA
'T h e Q r e a t
levity in regard to particular ailments I women, young and mature, I can assure
R. M c M u v p m e y ,
a evacy Wednesday evening V u ’ j u S w H e a d
T id e H o te l,
“Gu.e« I ’ll hare ta own up," okm
(in others) may bo the descendant of an you absolutely. Ho reads about tha new
O anrral ts an t. K oinai 2 a .d «. Sbaltoa B le rk ,
x^l'W lorence. Oregon. Brothers In
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ed Mi Diamal Dui- w*.
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MEELY.
aboriginal Urccity in man. It is a well plays and eon, therefore, folk about
KUO BSE. O KKOOV.
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invited t a *
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" Whtu d'ye bm an by ItP*
T h » N » » p *■ 'latieatbe req -a m a te lte e p a a a r
"Klixtie.i Lit; that’« all."—litem:1 known theory that what we call hnmor them if they come np iu conversation.
T ablas furnished w ith a ll the
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M arion M oemi E i Sec.
or©a from the sums source: that the If asked if he bus seen a certain actor
.s h „ e.
tr e.- e maata—Ai.et lei a a polio J u u i iia l.________________
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d elicacies o f th e season.
W ild
M d a ta n tO e n e ra l I’aaaeiiKrr t« c n t.
m a e t li— l- » t n a c r
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grst human laugh that ever woke the ' or play, he merely replica in tho nega-
1 « m m » r -o: y ai e o y toaoe. addteot.
255 M.trriaon St. Cnr. 3d.
T . r y .V’ a s h (M S a f OaSw
gam e, fish an d fru it iu season. Bost
astonished echoes of gloomy primeval I tiva Néver does be force hl* convic­
P3i.-LLa.iicL O r . rt» SEW- ¡HDTIIC CU., btevst. Catorado
WolIaK—1 don’t like much tog© to a forests woe not an expression of mirth, tions upon other*. A young man’s pop­
t a b ^ O H D IR E O T O R Y
! a ccom od ation s for th e travelin g
bolL When I see the young P«*"' but exultation over the misery of a ularity with either cex rests upon some­
public. C harges reasonable.
dancing and aujvyiut tbeaserieex I f c n tortured enemy.
thing more than his forms of amuse­
away out cf date. D ob t yon»
There Is to this day something ter­ ment. Amiability of manner, kindli-
YrKRlAS CHURCH, Florence,
.) :l a TabUldS.
Jn. Sabbath service. Sabbatli-
F ury—
H I »««»
n o»u> rible in laughter. Tbe langh of madness uess, a pleasant address, a manly out­
i . ns Tabuleu cun nausea.
A ND S O U T H
EAST
paigu trustopareoap after the aieatiou 1» Or of oruelty ia a sound more awful than look on life, honorable prineipleo—oil
BUSINESS OARDS
ip ins Tabules: ai druggists,
10 o'clock a. m. Preaching 11
a m. and 7 p m. Sacrament of
«rear.—L'lnciunait Enquirer.
pans T- bti'es cur - headache.
that of tbe bitterest lamentations.
these go for toward insuring popular-
vl's eupper on let Sabbath of
ilipan." Tabules cure dyspepsia.
By means of that strong« phonograph
A prT J«ly • “«* Octoh*r-
■ •_________
W. W iatee
lUiians Tabules «u:e tlntulence.
that we eall literature we run listen )ty.”
JOHN C. GRAY.
Oh l'H E
p .ris Tar-ales assist dlgesttea.
It e ia a t h a b l« « t e r y A P e a t A a ta .
idy ie welcome to all tha senteee.
Tha shade af Charles I made no de- avan now to the laughter of tho (lead,
■j ns Tabules cure »»it hreBtb
requests Christians to make
S o u t h e r n x * a c ih c U o .
A traveler returned from South Africa
to the hearty gullawe or cynical titter­
• is l.
(¡i ;:s I'dbulea cure biliousness
Ives known.
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"It Is tree." it finally remark-d, ing« of generation pittr generation of tells of u singular combat that ho once
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Tabules:
one
gives
relief.
“ that I lost my head. Bat son you won bygone men and women, aud if w e are witnessed iu a deep forest iu tbe heart
T b . btot trerb s t tb « » o « t !tto«onabl« Fries«.
I «hufkit___
io.,ii3 Tabules cure torpid liver,
South
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J A « e v« r Loan end .tovia«« Ito « *.
dart Ifar way 1 got it in tha aaek wo. aarious in such mutters wo can probe of the dark continent Happening to
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ArlSlAU a AO
.¡p..ns
Tabules:
gentle
cathartic
p IB Lv
O r e g o n . S:M
ooasethiug awful.
Diteoit Tribune.
Kugun«
Uv I l i i » a m
'-ÄtojQPjgT EPISCOPAL CHURCH B uxom «
iato tbe nature ofthechangrstbat have cast his eyes toward the ground be no
Ri-’Sni Ta bales cure indigestion
1:S9 a m I Lv
¿su Y’rauciaco Lv
p M
11:1. a iu I Ar
□ E r ic « .
Preaching at Gl.ua.ls
passed over the fashion < t men's humor. tired a caterpillar crawling along at h
nans Tebuks: for sour stomach
rp u rtta B d . o r .« ' ...
a- gaU of ttoa r.atory < hll«L
Hipans
Tabule«:
pl
-asant
laxative,
Fur it has Lieu suid, net without the rapid pace, followed by 100 or more
H»,
Woiidburn,
Salem,
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,
"Why, Frankie, what are you («oding support of weighty cumulative evidence, small aula Being quicker in their
i sns Tabules cum liver troubles
.»¿»F««»!!
Albany
.Halhey,
Harrisburg,
Juncti<»ii U hy, Eugen«, Creswell« <’»»tv*ge Urov«
in that book about bringing up chil­ that, os we penetrate further .into tbe movements than the worm, the ante
u « m . £ . d «U .t o iw n . from H o.ennrs Ui A«U-
dren 7"
p«un, we linn the reuse ot hunter (Jo. would catch up with the caterpillar, and
land lu ciU .lv«.
2 j^ * ™ i? v ite d .
G. F. KolF' ^ ; )r
"I'm Just looking to aoo whether I'm pendmg always mere cl.viout.ly And m e would mount his back and bite him.
«O«KULUU M A IL , H A IL «
HARIGN TORRI». Proprietor
u 4G p n
¡•vruiAiid
solely upt.n tli>i <!i)joym<”Jt. of the pain, Pausing for an instant, the caterpillar
I >:30 « in
From early childhood we were per­ being properly brought op."—F lier
aa -.M g m
Eugene
m i v f o r t u i : ' , m o lt •h e a l i< it c r c n il.^ iT i »- x.ould turn hi* head and catch tlic ant
Í 2:0« p m
Slarter.
S h a v in g a n J
»
.Su
»
m
KOfiriburrf
plexed
with
doubts
apeut
the
things
i 5.2V p m
men! «tf lahers. Tin: w-nw «frupuri rily hi such a way ns to l i l l .. almost in-
hal ZM PAPPgRQSRt DAILY.
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which might or might m* >* »awfully
A t« .w Ito O a ltte a .
sym
the sfiis»* ot hiuuor iifour »'.liccHCcrs; • trently. This slaughter ot their fellows
artistic
hair
c
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rn
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rtl.n
d
A
r
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W:»5
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do©« on ■ hnsKiay, and were.hemmed us
7ATTORWEYE
_ L v J » *U
nul era
p iu i Ar
m
.
In
other worda, vanity luy ut the did not sewn to have any effect upon the
by rules of the "touch-ttpt-tuete-toot-
RAZOR HONING A SPECIALTY—3fi«-
M o o u û t t« ,
WiBlBB c a r . OB « » g d .a R
i f tht-S « t »’I tti'...«l other attributes attacking hordes, the place of tho dead
hxndle not ’ order, at vsgionoa with
warrior being presently filled by another
P u lltxxtsu a xstaiTw t S i e «
t onr bumptious ‘p<< iesl
many healthy instincts, quite aaetm-
A. C. WOODCOCK,
Putting ear to our phonograph, we hero willing to wirriflve his life. After
SECOND CLkdti duEEPIHG CARS, neetsd with any morality exrcpt that
eaich .he « < b«.-’«s of a strung« and merry slaughtering a uoxen or more of his tcir-
fIRST RATIONAL
ASK a ito e n « ' to a ll I’ hrtiush t rain«.
of implicit obedleww. »»d not earn-
tumult; liobutvous, erw i. often biutsl, meutors tin) worm beguu to show signs
W««t èlde l>lvl»lnii.
muoding rational assent
yet
w illi In re und then a tender cmteni© cf fatigue, whereupon the ants made »
bktwvsn A ortland aho C orvallis »
When I speak of a fteritsnieul Sun­
BtTTfr" Taxisi 0*11.7 (axesi-r » vsbas J ___
from
semo w.Iitury voice; and presently combined uttack. At this the worm
O regon
day, I am not using the term ue «me t t
T 'S S f T io lL v -
Fo rtlaa d r
I r " l, : 2 0 p ■
s. ». SAKIN. ja..
this lonely note grow* stronger and sought safety Ly (¿imbiug a stalk of
Î2 b 5 p m I A r
C o r v .iu .
L» 1 I
P^»
disparagement, but simply M presenting
« U
ad
e B
L ito
a r.B
a* 7 7 B
C a S o M mto
•» ’. ® » » ‘ l<s‘ n J T. a.
■Rusisr, a . we travel ilowiy tuword our ,{ thss , going up ta.i first and defending
. ( « I 1 v ..B
.lion
. a to colleetioas »“d gro-
a historical fact I recognise the Pun ton
A t A lb a n , and C orvallis •'"’" ’’ JT* * * ,h
I » A ID
OASM O A P IT A L,
lime, until at hngth, through all the iiimsclf with his head and strong jawa.
o f Untona C entral A Eastern g a llw a y .
creed
aa
one
that
has
influenced
ninny
a xra s " . v a u l t , m i n ( a x t s n
OS© 000
’ S U R F L U a ARO F W O F IT 9 .
m t rrivv nt, we can hear the soft nud«r- deoiug themselves outdone on that score
powerful
Mid
noble
minds
and
hoe
«te­
1 <-4S a » 1 L r
" P o r t la n d
* r I Ï ÏÏ î
muimur cf pity. Do«» the picture i.ot the ant* set to work anil soon felled the
p ml u
M c M in n v ille
Lv I 5 : » a nt
tri bated moat raluabi. elements to our
X O O O ÎX K T T S
S O I j IO IT W D
autre the imagination—the long laughter stulk with their mandibles When thia
E . O. P O T T E R .
cempoeite English character. Bveo the
cuatNE.
•
•
•
oweeoH
ef in c ag. s which is guis id cruelty and was ubne, they all pounced upon tha
. BnW
. WeW. Uall pah-.
Canada and tu ro » « raft be obtained at Puritan Sunday, mistaken though I
helpless worm aud made short work of
end. in lovef— Wistminster Review.
. A«omey-at-L»w —
,d alr. A sent. Xu«ene think it, and of a strictness too narrow
lowest rats« intm L. O. A<1
I ini.—bt. Louis llepnblie.
g. P. Booaa«.
and
exaggerated
for
«dioary
human
X
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KotHLCB,
« ra u t« , oggooH.
Ffti »IMI NevU hwoma».
A,«t. O. P. and Pas«. Alt
" W h a t la a ’ne’er da w elir ’’
Manacer
NOTARIES.
uamia
to
bear,
has
so
eaceltesH
a
sida
Portland, O rc*»".
Artist tie ChavauntoS.
It would pwbiiuly take muhy genera­
"Why. a f a l l o w t h a t e a n t lea’© tr
—O r n e s A t the Court Hon««.
to it, and has been so etaaely bound op
M. Paris do Chavamies, the Freueh
with cuetotna and habits at « e a t aarial rida a kuyete. ” —New York Monday tions cf a-.de-reed and uudesvrablc ad­ painter, Lves iu Mont mart ro. His pal-
vere i y u> tia.u Auit r.can« ureo the fur-
ralac, with defloilG tiasM
fpMMWAl Joaraal. ___ ____________
oeeiiig iliruii. •■*•« ol llie hootch. Au il- : c cousivts of a studio, a bedroom and
A. R. SUTTOLPH,
reot and definite times ter grnaral wor­
Cttonlaa t s
■ K. » « N S ^ 'C T ,
losujiiou of tL.s Uiriit is c o m i ained in a dreresuug room; hi* furniture, a Mg
ship, that I always think and spook
Maalina <to Wtili*. who is sliding the story of u a.-oteiiwoin.iu who Lad i able, a lew armchairs and a sofx His
with
great
rrepect
of
its
supporters.
I
J O Y - JL T - LULNW.
down the cellar door)— Willie, wiiat are hut-n promis« d n pH • ot Qf a n»-w bon­ ordluary garb is along, brown, monkish
only blame Unae af them new I thinn yon doing?
ari
u lady D.lore si. mane thè linking dressing gown. His working
tew in number—who load with epithets
Willi«— Makin a pair o pants for a
RlarMtoW;
Oregon.
O.clury* Jidiu-d usiti d th a itudio is at Neuilly, outside of Paris, a
O re g o n -
- intended to excite adiam. other men poor orphan hoy.— Pitt-hatg Balletiu
bare room vast enough for his great
F lo x * « A o « ,
gì
■
who are striving to make the ure eg
couvasea
Here he works alonoox a lad­
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yoo
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hiiYo
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f
e
li
or
a
=fc
T im O ra a t a ( t r e t e .
Munday more beneficial and more a d a p t-
der every day tee in 9 in the morning
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straa i . . u i l , À I. . .. .Is o li? "
ed
to
vanetiea
of
human
character
and
"Do
you
dread
»iie
ortkal?’
iagnlrnd
OHARLFS QETTYS.
M S IO V S .
"V,.. i. ’ suid Alia SViiscn, "I t! infc until evening, stopping ouly ter a light
conditions.—Wetemmater Beviow.
( • P fS IC M t S Ao.
the sheriff.
repast ut noon.
"Oh," »aid the«xmdsmaed amrderet, VII tnk a stn.e sue. I. il nibybe be a
B.OBthfu'
to
tini
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v
h
iu
l
’tu
ooua
w
f
“ I know it will Just kill reel '—» ' w
AU imet» have ornai* In some, how­
HI"— Yooth s Compianoti.
w AM ED--F.U'I HFL L MEN York Pre»*.
ever, tlie sc da are so small in propor­
SEATON. OREGON
>r »«ei.en Io travel for n -
tion to the sire of the tree that they al-
sud attrito
A a 0 1 4 N bo A.
|.uf)Sib!e establiid.ed l.ottre in Oregon.
• 'tether escape ordinary notier. .
(«bdvtat i ’
Bob—ilow
n:a«'li
la
il
onstomoiy
to
If» M UIS*"’ M S-ihrey I7IW <'»«' exrianse». I’.jaition Mew H I— Why aoo' yon marry*
««tt««V
FRANK B. WILSON-
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giva thè n .uianr w lxu tre n u m i» yox?
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you
su’
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van
afford
From Coleirttk to Wsshingtem tha
nm netit. H-tereti’-e Kt.close e« If’
Boa—O;.. 1 geni rally gire bini «ld.
t-ZOge *» 9 ,3 « miles in tongth
stldreSMd rtsn>|»d te.iate»*
I»* to keep iwovibvvlal— Net. Y«rkrondsv
MUNN A -® 0 ! ^
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