The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, October 07, 1898, Image 2

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evm iy
E S T .
F riday
morning . »
OUR ELECTION BALLOTS.
WASHINGTON LETTER.
Am ong the Ians of t.d s state th at we
F ku M O r «
Ttiis governm ent does not
BKCUhAK CO F.RESPO SD KST.
believe should be am ended by the legis
— A T—
F lobcxcb ,
; lature is that relating
- • -
by
• • •
W. H. W EATHERSON
Editor
ti
and
Florence,
in
the
general
form of
som e rection of the president, our military event all over the state. The question
senate and house of representatives, tim e. Tho com m ission was organised com m issioners, now at H avana, have is, what is it for and what will it do.
sh a ll be arranged alph abetically as to by m aking G en G M D odge of Iowa, so informed the Spanish m ilitary com-
Tlie Daily Capital Journal at 25c. a
surnam es. The effect of th is provision I chairm an, and decided for tho present uiissionerg, and told them that they month will give more and better infor­
1898.
voter
nam es of
m em bers of th e com m ission are, (Jol J
the different candidates of his political
T h is week tho people of Florence and party aud it occasionally happens that
oth er places along the route to Eugene a voter, instead of casting Ids ballot for
have l* e n enjoying the results of a gov­ the candidate for whom he intended,
' A Sexton of III; Gapt E P H owell of
j G a; Maj Gen J M W ilson U S A ; Hon
votes for the opposing candidate.
m ail con
For two
days
no
Eugene.
doors.
T he
other m ust govern them selves accordingly.
O A D enhy of I n d ; E x-G overnor W ood-
bury of V t ; Ex-G overnor B eaver of
Pa ; Gen A B M.-Oook of New York and
Now it is not th e intention to m ake it Dr P S Conner of Ohio.
tract at starvation prices to irresponsible
partios.
closed
The
president
has difficult to find aad mark th e nam es o f , told the m em bers of the com m ission
uuder the candidates for whom it is desired to I that all the power of the governm ent
m ail
As
th e near arrangem ents nearly
our vote, Lut rather to m ake
all
it
easy;
FOR BUSINESS’
for
is to m ake it difficult for the
arrived here from
to to sit witli
heli!
find on the official ballot tho
OUR MAIL SERVICE.
ern m en t contractor lettin g a
countenance any delay in the evacuation
of Cuba by the Spaniards. This may i GOVERNOR LORO CALLS THE OREGON
LEGISLATURE TO MEET
he relied iqioii as official. If the Spani- 1
elections
and vice president and m em bers of the , gan today, and will be
Proprietor.
Or. Oct. 7,
to
AX EXTRA SESSION.
to
W abh , D C, Sept 26. 189«.
SEPT. 26.
ardu do not begin to get off the island by
P ublic interest is now centered in the tim e it is considered safe to the
Governor I-ord has issued a procla­
room 363, in the wsr departm ent, in i health of our soldiers to send them over
The law requires that on the official I which daily sessiona of the com m ission there—som ew here lietween the middle mation .wiling an extra session of « «
ballots the nam es of ail candidates tor | npjiutoted by P resident M cK inley, to and last of October—they will lie pushed Oregon legislature to meet at Salem.
each office, excep t electors of p r e sid e n t! investigate tho conduct of the war he- off by our arm y of occupation. By di­ Sept. 26. Great interest is taken in this
O regon ballot used
Oregon.
L anb C ocntt ,
intend
so should 1« placed at tlieir disposition in
mation on this subject than any other
paper.
LEGISLATIVE NEWS.
Besides it will give indejiendeiit
comment on important matters
the laxly.
Senator Kuykendall is chairman of the Address,
before
Which pays th e buyer, who«
Always on th e a le r t for
Bargains in everything,
Send your orders nt once
Hofer Brothers, Editoia,
com m ittee on education and a nienilier Salem, Ore.
the com m ittees oil m edicine, phar­
m acy and dentistry, and ways
of Sergos, Caasimcre, H enriet­
and
PERSONALS.
the
E l Ifadsall went to Coquille river the
m eans.
Senator Driver is
chairman
of
first of the week.
O Dowell and son returned from Port­
■nail com es by way of E ugeno we are that any change in th e ballot tliat will their efforts to lay hare all the faults
m en, lier of the com m ittees on penal
land a few days ago.
alm ost cut off from com m unication with m ake it easier for the voter to find those there were In th e m anagem ent of the
in stitution s and publie lands.
Capt E If W Hausen left for San
oth er parts of the country
nam es w ill he an im provem ent in tl.e I war, in cith er high or low quarters; and
S e llin g ’s hill introduced in tho senate j Francisco on the Long,
T h is is precisely w hat parties fam iliar ba,,ot-
there is a general d isjo sitio n to believe
proposes the follow ing as tl.e only j F ronk Alexander is running the band
w ith the circum stances h are predicted
W e believe that if Hie arrangem ent of that the investigation will be conducted
salary or com pensation for state o'- saw at tl.e ship-yard now.
w ould happen ever since the new con ­ the ballot were changed so that the without fear or favor, and solely witli
fleers:
R If Bernhardt returned home Tues
tractors took charge of the route Inst nam es of th e candidates of ercli political J the deBlre of gettin g at the truth, and so
G overnor................................................. $.5000 day after a short visit to Eugene.
J u ly . Tho con-ract for carrying the party for th e various offices were placed ' far us may be possible, to place the to­
Ju stice of suprem e court ( e a c h )... 4000
Mrs E Nicolle was a passenger from
m ail betw een Eugeno and M apleton for by them selves with the nam e of th e dividual responsibility for all the un ­
Secretary of sta te ................................. 4000 Eugene on Bang’s stage Monday.
four years com m encing Ju ly 1st, 1898 office for w hich ouch lias been nom in at- necessary suffering of our soldiers, To
James Furnish and wife are now lit
Treasurer................................................. 4000
was let by the governm ent at a very low ed, th at there would he fewer m istakes j place tfie responsibility is as fur as the
ing in tlie Roger house in Glenada.
State prin ter..........................................35C0
price to a party in K en tucky, l i e in m ade in voting.
A R Butto'pli did some surveying on
com m ission can go; pu nishm ent m ust
A ttorney g en era l................................. 3000
Cox’s island this week for Mr Marsh.
turn su b -let tu e contract at a still lower
T his chunge would not in any way roine from th e president.
Supt public in stru ction ..................... 1800
pries to another party, who we are in interefere w ith tho secrecy of th e vot-
J R Cleaves of Marshfield was a pas
The country is to las comgrntiilated R eporter, suprem e cou rt................... 1000
senger to Florence on Barrett’s stage
formed have neither the necessary ing as the nam es of all the candidates
tlint tlie suffering of our soldiers is not Olerk of suprem e court....................... 3000 Tuesday
team s to carry the m ail n o r the m eans of all tlie parties could be placed on the
to be m ade a partisan political issue in
The hill provides that no other com­
Mrs Captain Roliertson and family
w ith w hich to buy team s and feed for ballot and each citizen could then mark
,
, ,
tl.e present congressional cam paign. A pensation or fees of any kind whatever expect to leave for Whatcom, Wasl
th e m . Their attem p t to carry it lias I... ticket and deposit . t i n the l o x w ith h t,le w hile back it looked as though
in a week or two.
ta m e d ou t aa expected. After carrying the sam e secrecy as characterize, ‘be I that was just w iiat was going to be done. sh all he allow ed.
Mrs O W Sutton and children have
In tlie house com m ittees Hon F M
th e mail for three m onths at th e best Australian system at present.
bieu visiting in Florence and on North
It would Ire n national m isfortune, be­
Brattain was m ade chairm an of tlie Fork this week.
season of th e year, they have withdrawn
cause it would have lieen taken by
com m ittee oil m ining, and a mem Iter of
from the route and given up the SUBSIDIES AND FREE SHIPS IN JAPAN
Jas Ellerliy of Marshfield arrived from
foreigners to m ean that tlie country,
the com m ittee on counties. H on Ivan Portland Tuesday and is helping to calk
contract.
which excited the adm iration of the M cQueen was appointed on tlie com­
tlie new vessel.
A lthough no doubt th e bondsm en A c e r le a n E c o n o u iit :
world during tho war with Spain, by its m ittees on internal im provem ent, and
Mr and Mrs C Wilson are moving to
A s our readers know Japan lias for
w ill be held responsible for the failure
united and en th u siastic support o i tlie public lands. H on TV F Gray was Dr Thomas’ ranch on Tsiltcoos lako to
to perform the contract th at will not sem e tim e lieen building up her m er­
governm ent, w as divided in sentim ent, appointed on th e com m ittee on com- spend the winter.
recom pense the people livin g along the chant m arine by the aid of liberal suli-
and such a construction by foreigners in e n e , and food and dairy products.
The two calkers, that came up from
route who are the real stiffurcra from sidies. It is reported th at 3,090,000
Marshfield a couple of weeks ago, re­
m ight have resulted in another war—a
yen, or sligh tly moro than one and a
failing to receive their m ail.
turned home this week.
far more serious affair than Hint witli
ADDITIONAL LOCALS.
T he business of speculating in mail half m illion dollnrs, will he asked for
A Shnlte went to Gardiner Tuesday
Spain. Those who are m anaging tlie
contracts haa grown to he ex ten siv e and the fiscal year 1898-99. T his sum is to
Last Saturday M arguerite Hurd and where lie will work repairing tlie
dem ocratic
congressional
cam paign
Masonic ball at that place.
n o doubt the parties on gaged in it And cover subsidies, not only to tlie E uro­
never did a wiser or more patriotic David K yle each passed one of those
it profitable. T heir m ethod oi procedure pean and Am erican lines, hut also lin es
Mrs Bundy who has been visiting her
tiling than when they decided n ot to yearly m ile stones that mark the jour­
to about as follow s: T hey bid on a to V ladivostock, Shanghai, etc.
ney of life. In honor of the occasion daughter Mrs Woodcock expects to
use tlie charges and countercharges as to
th eir school m ates and friends were leave on Barrett's stage today.
H eretofore tlie Japanese have adopted
num ber oi routes, m any of which per­
the m anagem ent of the war as cam paign invited to spend tlie afternoon witli
haps they know little or nothing about, the Frencli plan of su bsid isin g foreign
A party by the name oi Moore arrived
issu es.
them nt Mr H urd’s handsom e residence. here Wednesday from Eugene on a
im partially,
aside from th e inform ation contained in and hom e built sh ip s
As usual on such occations all had a
camping trip. They went to tlie cape
Two congressm en were having a warm
th e directions to bidders printed by the ' although tlie plan lias resulted in u
good tim e.
yesterday.
postal departm en t. If another bid is convincing failure, w hich is the favorite argum ent over th e war, and especially
Coos Bay N ew s: The receipts of milk
Mr and M r s \\ ¡Ison of Chicago, who
low er than theirs, th ey lose little or stock illustration of those em ployed by over tlie difference in tlie m anagem ent at th e Coos Bay creamery have been
after
spending a week in our town, went
n oth in g. Should the contract be uwnrd- subsidized steam er lines Io defeat pro­ of tlie arm y and th at of tlie n avy, in gradually dim in ish in g during the dry
season, and at present about 13,000 ,0 ,lle Y inO*flm HnJ Cuos bay have re­
the
reading
room
of
a
W
ashington
hotel.
ded to them , they aend out a sm ooth posed subsidies that tend to build up
pounds of m ilk is received daily, when lirn<‘‘ 0 l°rence.
Ono of them would invariably close a
tongaed scam p w ho caret for nothing com peting lin es.
in the height of season, it nearly
W H Spangli with a load of goods
The Japanese now propose to change sentence arraigning pome departm ent of reached the 25,000 mark. The product strived at Florence by the Mink Mon-
bu t m oney, in the hope that ho will
“ Now, w hy of the cream ery lias not fallen off in day. He was on his way home after
find som e body who will agree to do tho the law for encouraging Japanese com ­ the arm y by ask in g:
com m ittee on federal
relations
A t 30c.
Send for «ample« aud price«
of
tas and Suiting«.
All Staple
«hade« in stock and very low
and a
In Bluck, Pink, Rod,
B lue, N avy Blue and Brw|),
prices.
Gimps and Silk Trimmings
in sets ami by the yard.
l w yard
FRENCH
N ear S ilk s -------- -«m.
38 in ch es
values.
Tho
very latest.
wide.
Ri,w
Send for Samples.
Nice assortment of Ladies’
Waists, Waist
Belt Buckles,
sets,
Gaze on our Glass and
C hina ware before it goes
Belts,
Ladies’ Silk
Ties aud wash Fabrics
L adies’ and Gents’ Foot-
too
wear, at prices
uumerous to mention.
which
will
astonish you.
IN F A C T O U R STORE l$|
HEADQUARTERS F O R ^
EVER Y T H IN G .
Don’t throw away opportunities,
•C a ll a n d S e e U s -
0. W .
HURD.
C A R M A N ’S
cou ld n ’t th at have been done as well as proportion to tlie decrease in the milk caring for his bop crop,
g
91,..to,
, ,,
.
tlie naval officers did all their w ork?’’ su pp ly, how ever, and over 700 pounds
a handsom e profit. T hey do not
of butter is the daily output. The hut- a t-ip to the v II " u - ¡ Io," "y from
After
lie
had
asked
tlie
question
half-a-
.
»
‘
■
'P
to
to
ev
a
iley
.
H
is
daughter
came
how m uch the carrier loses or w hat his foreign countries and registered as
ter brings 2 6 cents per pound in
in with linn tor a two week 8 visit with
circum stances may lie provided they Japanese after Oetolier 1st, 1899. At dozen or m ore tim es, he was suprised to Francisco.
relatives on Maple creek.
them selves can m anage to fill their present sh ip s of iron or steel of a certain lie confronted by a q u iet gentlem an,
I t is not everybody who, falling into
proprietor of the •■ivuui
m inim um d isp lacem en t, flying tlie flag who had been sittin g near, w ho calm ly water
pockets.
can gri
get i q R Mount
Mount
------- from .. a boat unexpectedly, , ».nil
...
out quick enough to avoid being wet. but
‘lW. , ° rk8 ™ Euieene spent a fow days
W hen the con t/acts (or carrying the of Japan, owned by a Japanese or by a said : “ I can answ er your q u estio n .’’
on tidewater last week. IIu put the
we hear that John Tanner did that
m ail on star routes were let by the gov­ com pany of which all th e partners or Looking at him som ew h at fiercely, the few n igh ts ago. In fact so quickly did 8a* s at Cushman's mill in order while
ern m en t last w inter, m ost of them in stockholders are Jkpaneso, are eligib le congressm an said : “ W ell, go ahead ; he scram ble hack into the boat that he nt Ac"16,
thia part of the country were awarded for su bsid ies, excep tin g sh ip s th a t are ' tell us w hy naval work was better done seem ed in doubt as to w hether lie had
reter Johnson who has been rum
to eastern
sjiecutatots. They have live years old w lion registered, or anv than arm y w ork?’’ Sim ply because lieen overboard or not though som e of the hand saw in the ship yard left""*
jioliticians and persons with social pull the bystanders say that part of the Barrett’s ' »tage
stave Monday
M o n . l - v for
r— ' bis . home at
hired som e one livin g along the route to sh ip that ia fifteen years old .
tim
e
b
u
t
one
foot
was
visible
above
the
Marshfield,
could
not
get
naval
com
m
issions
for
He
will
be
employed
As Japan has on ly one yard—v iz, at
carry the m ail, and in no case of which
w ater.
j the vessel
civilian
in
com
p
éten
ts;
the
work
in
the
recently
commenced
wa have personal know ledge, does the Nagasaki— where largo steam ers have
Coast M all: Fred Selietter of Em pire !iortl' Bend-
carrier so em ployed receive anything been built, the above m entioned change navy was all done by m en specially c ity, returned fro... San Francisco Thura-
MBs K Patterson, who closed a ver
educated to do i t , ’’ was th e qu iet rep ly.
lik e a fair com pensation for his lalior.
looks like
a drastic m easure. The “ H um ph ? who are y o u ? ’’ asked the m anager of tlie Oregon Telephone A Inst g « k fofUfoes lav0' rV M“pleton
In som e cases they are doing the work
E nglish shipbuilders who so fuc have congressm an. “ N ever m ind m y nam e; I ' Telegraph
Telegraph Com
that he told her home t o F a ig e n e ' q,
Com pany
pany and
and that
for less than half what it is actually
him
th
at
Ids
com
pany
intended
exten d- return about November ' eXpeCt’ ,o
w orth. W hat m akes m atters worse is been the ch ief beneAciariee of the am a naval officer,” said the gentlem an.
ing th eir line in to C oo, county hut ' charge of the
Uk#
Japanese
m
aritim
e
d
evelop
m
en
t
assert
The
co,1F
«’8»man
said
lie
had
an
engage-
w
|,eth
er
hy
M
yrtle
Point
th e fact that in m ost cases the carriers
or by Drain
R B "rv’ reP « * n tin g L a n g ley '
are poor men who need all the money that the Japanese cannot build sh ip s. m eiit and started to leave, but before and G ardiner was not definitely settled.
doing so lie leaned over and said to the T his w ill give M arshfield tehsphone;
. Co’ wl,o|esaie druggist, o f|
telephone ¡ 7
th ey can earn to support them selves and
But that story is now too old for
.. m
. . on ” ftI> Franta«
"ny
naval
officer:
“
Better
lie
more
careful
I
com
m
unication
direct
witli
San
Diego
fra
n
ei’<
’°. »as in Florence Tues-1
their fam ilies.
influence. T his assertion lias been how you express opin ion s and criticism s lh e ’ out,, a,,d Baker c i,y nn ,lle nort'>-I “I" " '* W \ f or „Gardi"er Wednesday
liu t until th e guvernm ent qu its let­
As soon as th e route is settled , m en are ,
*’
bury z is u a mi
successful i
—
tin g contrarta to speculators and alluw- m ade of nearly every m anufactured p r o of tlie other branch of the service." ready to start on th e lin e.
drummer .........
and - while here made ..
ia g them to sub-let to who ever they
we are selling to E ngland. The Fhoee in hearing joined th e naval
frunds and did a good business.
"'"'V | J-
CHEAP CASH STOKE!
merce by adding to the list of vessels
caro ineligible for subsidies sh ip s bu ilt in
work (or such a price as will leave them
• •
D rv G oo ds, ★ G r o c e r ie s ★ a n d * Notions.
FLORENCE MEAT MARKET.
Just
O p en ed .
G oods as Represented,
can, tlivee sharks w ill continue to thrive ’ change, however, will lie useful | 0 t | , | g olll,'el'* n *ln*'ing and ono m an
said to
F vnsv ,
a in ’ t
it?
A few
Meads ines Foster
weeks
n n .l
on their gains in this way, meit w ill 1» country, as we shall probably sell 4 ,lo t''er: “ W onder how m any arm y
found to carry the m ail at a loss to m uch more shipbuilding m aterial to I ro u ,l,,*“, *on » that congressm an secured Tlieodore Roosvelt was colonel of a
Tuesday — . w , . m W
T exas regim en t, fighting like a son of a w ,lere‘*iey expect to "nwke t T fcf"g8ne
th em selves and the people w ill suffer the Japanese than we are sellin g to tlie *°r !,ieo,iip,lte n ls? '’
gun at Santiago, C uba. In a few more l,.0 ,ne- Tl,ey will spend a few d
' E nglish.
from an inefficient service.
M emliers of the adm inistration regard weeks he m ay be elected governor of .''lsltln8 at bead of tide before procw V
, th e sensation al atory th a t there is a plot New Y ork. H ow w e A m ericans do h f o
n
d
/ i Tl,By ' » v e many
betw een th e G erm an governm ent and float around.—Iforyan A’c . c .
departure l.n tT " 18 n " ''0 regret
GENERAL NEWS.
In a diagram published by Bradatrevt
it ia show n that lum ber leads the list as
regards value. The value ol lum ber of
th e U nited Hlates in 1890
was
nearly
»600,000,000, followed by
flouring and
1 A guinaldo,
ThomM F »« v a n l secretary
fourth, having with
P h ilip p in e
insurgent
—
state K*1” ™!. *or Hie insu rgents to drive tlie
,,l,r ‘>ig C leveland's first adm inistration A m ericans off the island this w inter and
at ^ b a m ,
grist m ill prixfucts and cloth in g, each
w ith a product exceed in g
»500,000,000.
Iron and steel were
tlie
of
Mass, Hept. 28th, in
'bG> year after an illn ess
wev't*-
Tlie estim ates m ade hv a party
of
six
of U
Tim R oskrvro Plaindealer says:
man dow n
t,,rn ‘ bem over to G erm any, as noth in g
w ith products
valued
at
respectively
000.
*
E ugene
IIL a I h
likely tliat the
_
Spain— it
em peror
*
of
—
is
not
Germ any
W*11 flnd thill89
“A
swallowed
tF \iô *
if—
*
P
V
IA
R
f
J f^ G T IW k
’ O f-Ù !
DREJMVt
w
Extremely Weak
CITATION.
I n th e C» u n ty C o u rt o f t h e State o f Oregon.
F o r th e C o u n ty o f Lune.
In th e m u tte r o f th e estate o f A lfre d M ason
Decenwed : c ita tio n .
Deficient Blood c . u . o . Lo„
p Y
|
° u
r. v
“ I lost my appetite , nd aboB|
on was iced lemonade. My s t r a n . i x * *
•11 gone. I
•tr*°gto wa.
„
W e#k • o o u ld h a rd l»
eros. the floor. A t la s t I wM . . .
al?
! *m>ld be. Nobody in W ashington be-
T lie New >„rk state republican con- h e w , that the en tire P hilipp ine insure-
T o Joh n A. M ason a n d s it o th e r p e rs o n .
, l c k - ° “e p h y s ic ia n t o ld m -
WM
roae ia d
me my blood
•'i L um berm an.
vei.tion nom inated Theodore Roosevelt .
,,
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o n c e r n c ---------------
t: O re e tln x .
‘
I
.
vn* urmy voukl ita n d up an ho»r before
In <!»•’»•««• of th e s ta te of Oi*<on, You Are It did not help me I l £ , X * v
r governor.
tlm U S trooiw now a . Manila . . . I n
hervhy cited and rciulCKt «o a p p e a r In th e l o e t a l l f a t t h l n m e d l c t n e e . b u t t ^ b U
!
,
1
-la m ia , and there C o o n tjr C o u rt o ( (h e S la te o< O n g o u . fo r th e w o u ld e e t n
---------— .
m ought I
“ T mc O mkgoniam a few days ago pub­
The Crocker estate of »S.tXM.iWO was w ill be m ore Am erican soldiers there ' ’« • “‘r ■’< ’ -»nv. » « th e C o u rt R ...m .h e re o f, s i
.„ Y ,
,* boMI* ot Hood’« Sereen..
lish ed a letter from Max Pracht in distributed last week by the probate before long.
K iig en e. In th e C o u n ty o f L an e, on M n n d sv th e
,
,ry " •
A f t e r t e k l a g t h a t fv.ni
. . . . . .
.
______
d « y Of X o v e m h rr ISSN, at o n e o 'rto c k in th e
I W“
b v t t e r , a n d eo I m
of th e enai-tuient of a law for court at ban I r u n c i e c o , t o t r o s t e c e , w h o
' • — = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = . a fte rn o o n o f th a t d a y , th e n a n d . h e r e t o . h o «
b0 « 1" »»I after takln- t a j , ,
° m° ' '
—
u e re . be.
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. . not bat to be sum of |»
“ 1 » • « w e ll,
payin g n latunty for the d e .lr u c tio n of w„ | liol< n i lln ti| , |, e three children
T he San Fm neiaco E xam iner nnd
cauiw . If a n . y . th
r an .« 1 e r .hnnl.t
the be m ad e h r th e abo ve neme.1 C o u rt to sell the
nnd sea lion s along tiie const." com e of age. The rom m iw iona of ex- fY tar for oue year »2.50 paid in ad- th e followln* described real p r o p e r!, to w lt
all five bottles. It ba. a««*
in
Lots I. 2, a n d S in See 7; T p . Is 9.. R. 1« w eal
T h ese an to.u ls eat great q u a n tities o f , e d ito r , am ount to »75,000, and »30,000 an te.
good to me and ,
o f »V M . In L e n s C o u n ty , O regon, c o n ta m in a
was paid out in attorney fees.
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=
MS 7« 100 acre», a l P u b lic o r P r iv a te sale
»270,000,000 aud 220,000,000.— IF C W V
PROPRE Tn*
a
m ore than a fake— full brother Io those up three d ollars.” W onder if lie was a
w hich m ay be found iu alm ost any free silver m an.
,,ISl'e ° f ,,l'! nu>re n olor*’t>«>" of tlie y e l-
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followed canal place tlie cost at less than » 1 0 0 0 - " a* ‘>° “®bt onra by
— ’
at
penn y and th e doctor m ade him rough
foundry and m achine shop products, a > 8 engineers lately returned (ram N ¡car- low i ° urnala- W h ile Aguinaldo m ight
valu e of over »100,000,000, w h ile th e ague of th e cost of constructing that 1h‘ io° ' ‘‘,lou* 11 ,0 enU’r • ,K'b a p lot— he
ootton and wooteu ind ustries
to their taste
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fiali and it ia p.olutblc that Minion and
other salt water fish would 1* more
ab u n d a n t in our stream s were it n 4 for
t h e n m le r s k ilie J by
Itone. .
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The New \o r k dem ocrats have nom i-
nateti A If Van Wyck a brother of the
sea mayor of New York, aa their ia n l,.d a te
j I r governor.
W a MVIO — saVRBAI. n tV .T W O B T H Y rK B .O V . IN W llo e s v . th e H o i, g . O. P o tte r. Judge o f th e
th i..« ,« ie t.> ,n » n a » s o ur business in t h e i r n w i i
C o u n ty C o u rt o f th e « la te o f O regon, to r
a n d n earb y c o u n lie » . I t I . m a in ly oM cc w .n k
lh e c o u n ty o f L a n e , w it h ,h e »eat of »aid
••» ih I i i .U.»! a l h o m e
S a la ry s l n l x h t »».0 a
C o u rt a flt x r ,I. th is tS 'i. d a y o f Sept. A I,
> „ i r am t e v r e i i w s - d r l l n l t r . b n u a H .tr. no m ore
n o l e . . ja la r v
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” a good woodshed O regonian w ith th e Wr.rr fo’ n0*
"’’ Premises. For fnr„ ,o i -
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particulars j to any address for th e sum o* *w0
! inquire nt this office.
I lars, payable cash in advanc**
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