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JUNCTION CITY, OREGON, THURSDAY. JANUARY 24, 1801
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Informal Ballot Taken for United
Fire! Fire! Fire! 5-
"The poorest bulnes man in the world is the one who
. ha do insurance on hi projHtrty, lie may Imi well-to-'
1m one day and a paujmr the next. Can yon afford to
tnko kucIi a chance? There are any number of god
(tail safe companies waiting to write you a policy, chief
noioafc which are the .'
QUEEN of america
- PHCENIX ASTSr'v;
SOUND A8 A GOLDEN GUINEA.
Resident Agent, . .
Ato Manager Postal Telegraph Company. Branch ofltc
, in Bulletin" office5 S
s Typewriting Done at
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J STEEL AND CAST.. RANGES, :
$ COOK STOVES, TINWARE and CUTLERY
4 ... ALfO THE . . .
t G rif fin Hard ware Co., :Hw;;22SS2:: J
W. W. OtiLKSItY,
riitniciau and Ha'j.;wjii.
onico in iiutl Bhx'k. JMDftiun. Or.
1IAM0 lHKiK NO. (t, DKUitRB Of
liosui. Mt'i'tf tlrwt Hint tliinl V(lnf
ilnys of "ncli month. ViHitini? meniUorn
ofiiUy invito toattenil.
Mkh. C K. Nicii'ow, 0. oi II .
Mim UttAi-K I'Aurfcn. Itccorilor.
OA.fin LontiB No. 41. 1. 0. O V. niwt
every Hatnrday evening. Visitors, in
gfKHl Htanding are invited. -
II. W. Wins, N.Cl.
L. H. Moonr., Kecretary.
Junction City Camp, No. 4 Ul, Wood
men of tti World, mt'fts in t ho A. K. &
A. M. hall, ovcry wdnt'8day night, ,
A. ' L. Coon, Con. Com.
. H. M. Mu.uoHN-. Clork.
LUCUU.US LOLH3K.No., 52 K. of 1.
moots cvory Tluirnday vini' of ciwh
wti(k at 8 P.M. Kniu'litu in good sUml
ins; inviti'd to attond,
B. S, Hyuxd, J.T. Ci.ow,
CC - K. 11. of 8.
MILI.IOKN CABIN N. S. . O. No. 8,
UH'PtH twifH every month, Sccomiand
Fourth Friday. , -8
O Stauh, i
' ' rr-cwident, . : BPOitMORB,
' livorjiriHiu Bubokah Lodjio, No. 42,
'I.O.O.F., meets everv Htu-ond and fourth
WedneHdays in A.O'.U.W; hall. Vinit
ing inembors oordially invitwl.
Mias Minnie 8tarr, N. J.
Kvolyn Barton, Hoc. Soo. '. '
,'iJ lJ UJJ.aL-.JHJ-Lll!ill!.'.SJLJ 1 US
A einitta firm of Patonta Lawyers, 0. A.
HnowA Co., of Washington, J . C, liaui
in tlio last year procured 1,W0 patonta
for tlioir clionti many of thorn for re
jected inventions. V A Snow & Co, have
been ncousad of railroading pnter.t
through thrtPalentOfllco, but Uuy insiH
that, thin locomotion is bettor than ox
carting them for by tho latter nrocoew
tho inventor ofton dies before ho got
his patent. ' "
. Junction City, Or; 2
Reasonable Rates. 5f
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Incubator & Brooder
East sntS South
COMPANY. , ;
Sfaasift ': Route!
Trains leave Junction City for Portland
and way etutions nt S:.'JU . m, and
I : p. m. ' 1
l.v Portland.... . , H:J)Oum ' 8
I.v Junction City. 1:37 pm. 12
: Hi am
Ar Aplihmil . . .... 12:2: am 11 ;
" Siicnnicnto . . 5 (HJ pm ' 4
" Ban FraiH.iHco. 7:45 pm 1 8
Ar Olon .
" KansosCity. . ,
" Chicago... ,
7 :45 am
11: 15 am
S :00 am
7 :25 urn
Ar .op. MiKcloa... 1:20pm 7.-(X)am
ra x'mho ii hk) pm
Fort Worth... fi:.'!0 am
" City of Mexico 0:55 am
' Houston ...... 4:00am
new vrieaus;. o :25 pm (::
- aHiiinpum. . . 0:00 am fi
".Now York..;, ,12:13 pm . 12
PuHman and .Tourist cars on both
inuns. unair cars Sacramento' to Ovt
den and Kl Paso, and Tourint car to
. . . , . 1Jni" Orleans and
Connecting at Pan Sranekeo with pev
eral BteHtiiKhip linos for Honolulu, Ja
pan, Chma-j, Philippines, Central and
Hoo Mr. L. B. Mooro, agent at June
tion Civy station, or addrews
C. H. MABKIIAM, G. P. A., ;
. Poitland, Oregon.
Free Samplo Rooms.
Kloctrii: Lights and Bella.
Hou.kniikck Bnos , Proprietors.
- lUtes, $1 to 2 per Day.
Headquarters for Commercial Travelers
ami Mining Men.
Gagcne, - ... ,-. Oregon.
Salem, January 21. '.
In the Houi an amendment to the
Indian War Veterans' Ull wss pkI,
making; the appropriation of I30UO flvoih
Senator Mays, of MaBnoraali, Intro
duced a bill appropriating 16000 fo the
Oregon, Hlutorieal Society. :
II. W. Bcott, editor ol The Otegonian,
was at galem to-day for th purpono of
looking after the introduction of two
bills in which he ia deep) 'interested.
Ono is in regard to an "appropriation of
5000 to the Oregon HistoricalSociety,
of which Mr. Scott is preU;etit for-the
prosecution of its work, which Ciajr be
regardtxta of great value to ta whole
Htete. The other Is an appropriation of
JSOOO for the completion of tbf Oregon
Volunteers' monument fund t4 120.000
or more, and for the appointment of a
Bf'ard of Monument UOinmlKUUfiers.
Under susransion of the rums. Wbit-
nnv of Linn count r. sticceedilin secur
ing final pastiaga of Houue bl No. 3,
nrovtfUng mat ine nnuge across me
Willamette river at Albany te made a
toll bridge. I
A memorial was adopted toy fie House
urging the ita'.ionai vongreni to pass
the pure fool bill, V
Senator Hunt, of Mnltnonfih, intro
duced two bills, providing loi primary
elpctions known us tne wfgn and
I.ockwuod The BinghaA law will
be iutrodueed later in the e i.
Senator Ktiwer. of Ouliai, Clrant,
Sherman, Wacoand WhwSeHcootien,
has introduced a bill authoring county
courts, bene ves they deem ' tast, to
appoint road opervlors, imttfid of liav-
la tr.em eiecten.. t
Kerrecentativo .-McOueen. rwho has
been ht it-tofore enable to 'thud the
eetions by reason of ilhunt:, m iu his
wet today. ' - I
Watson, of Multnomah, introduced
a lm that makes it umawni to Beu,
nerve or farnith liquors of tiij kind, in
cluding wine or beer, in far hotel -or
restaurant, boarding house rr other
place, where meal. lnrJ or lunches
re furnished cr - provided fritbo gen
eral public, .exirpt that n'h liquors
may b furnished bv the N tt'.i or other
ontinsl packaga. It etill U: ' rvm
to t?50 rof?,il"ii nncef -i.r.i;iiettr,fit
meal tit Irii.Cf a jui llri nii.t
rhurge then f -r. ,
The K'nltJ lopted ii lr.u t re i'lt ion
urging Congress u i s the i Jraut bill.
.Harris, of Ijmm) county, jutr(MlucHi a
joint resolution haiug in view nn
amendment tothw Federal Constitution
relative to the election of United States
Senators, and for the calling of a consti
tutional convention. The resolution
provides that a copv of !t be sent to the
President "of tho Cnited Ktates, W
President, $eaker of the House of Rep
resentatives, and to the Secretary of
each Stale, in the Union for presentation
to tho several.l'girtlatnres
By Harris Making it a crime to re
move location marks.
By llarrir To fix liabiliiies of rail
road corporations for iajuriea received
Vote on Senator.
Sale, January 22,
At 12 o'clock to-day both houses of the
Oregon Legislature held separate ballots
for the election of a United States Sena
tor to succeed Senator Goorjje W. Mc
Bride. - ' ; '
Senators Booth and Knykendall voted
for McBrido; Representative Harri9 for
Chas, W. Fulton, of Astoria, and Rep
resentatives llemenway and McQueen
for Dinger Hermann. - v-'
lbe joint ballot of both houses was as
Smith, fusion. . ... . . . . . . ... . . . , .". 25
Corhett, repnblietn . . .... ; 2S
McBrido, republican - ... ; ; , . , , IS
Hermann, republican . . ,'. ,'. ,'. 8
Scat teri ng ......... . . 7
Absent. ..... ... ... .:.;; .... . . .... ... 1
Not Voting..,..,. ......... 1
After the balloting, both branches of
tho Legislature then adjourned on the
announcement of the death of Queen
Victoria. , ,
' LIST OF PATENTS
Granted to Pacific States inventors this
week. Reported by C. A. Snow & Co.,
Patent Attorneys, Washingaon, I). C.
II. C. Burch, Amity, Oreg., ironing
table ; W. L. Chryselor, Woodburn, Or.,
seed potato cutter; S. J. Madison, New;
berg, Oreg., too clip trip. F. J: Wag
ner,' Dalles, Oreg , carriage iron.-
For copv of any of above patents, send
ten ce.ils in postago stamps with date of
this paper to O, A. Snow & Co., Wash
iugton, D. 0. . r.
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits,
$5.50 Up to $65. "
Ladies' Capes & Jackets,
$1 Up t $25.
Big Line Men's Clothing.
BUIT8 ALL-WOOL. SILK-SEWED.
$7.50 and Up.
Hail Orders Receive
DOST OVERLOOK OUR
Lane County's Valuation for 1900.
The summary of the Lane county assesfmr-nt roll'for 1900 has been com
pleted, the 20 per cent, being taken off the original asbessiuent. The footing
furnish the following array uf interesting figures: : '
Acres of tillable lands .119,121 fI,lOS,0?2
Acres of iiou-tilhibh- lUnd .................... . , ., ; . 5 J ,52310
I loproveioeiits on ikvded or patented land. . ......... . . ' :W2!2-i'i
Town and city lots ......... .. , -,. . . . . ; . . . . . .-. . . . ; . 4."2!x0''i '
Improvements on town and city lots. . Si'iioiS "
Improvements on lands not deeded or patenteJ.. . 2"ll2'
MiU-s of railroad bed, telegraph and telephone lines. ... l!),f)70 20U"ii')
Rolling stK.k. . ; k. .. 29193 "
Steamboats, s tillwaUi, stationary engines and manufacturing
i mavbinery f,9,44- '
Ierchantse and stock iu tmdv ?1M
farming implement?, wagM!, m-jz, et- , . ., , ljo..C
.'Uy ' 'Jl-i,-
.n ai'it ui-i . . . ... '. r r . .' j
?i.arei f etix-k . , , ' ' ' ;-t.i,;,
liouwhold furniture, wat:hes, jf mrt'ry, ttc , S-''.y
Hordes ami mctea. , . . .2J l . . ,. . s2 rt
Cattle v. 19,2Sl " LSi',!i;V5
Shwp...., 17,716 :J3.133
Gats. ". ; (J.4:!S 13,5
Swine I.:.....,,: , ,2,S3 , H.4',0
"""sa value of all property.1 ' 'ft,281,02l'
a . ptions... ,. ' 82li'l4t'
Total value of taxable property as finally equalized by the " '
County Board of KqualiKition $5,454,331
Total number ot residents subject to p-jll tax. ...v. .4,033
Total assessment for P.XJ0... .... 5,454S) .
Total asressaient for 1805). . 5,353',940"'
Increase for 1900 ovor 1890.. ......... ., V $'95,441.
-. 'A noticeable feature al9Ut this summary is that there is only 118,121 acres
of tillable land, while the non-tillable aggieyates 9518,595 acres. ' Of this vast acre
age not subject to cultivation, nearly all of it is valuable timber, mineral and pas
ture land, which makes it equally as valuable or more so than the tillable land..
OnO big item is tho 60,000 head of h orses and mules, cattle, 6heep, goats and
swine. Old Lane is a pretty solid county after all and ia yet only in the iufancy
that points to a splendid future. r . -----
Just published by the Southern Pa
cific Co. is a pamphlet upon the re
sources of Western Oregon, which 'in-'
s.lmlia nn v-fll(nt m itYf tlie slate, am!
contains 'information on climate, lands,
, . ..!.. ..... .. w i 1 1. ... i.M. ....1
their capabilities.. .,
Attention is also directed to such new
fields for energy or capital as promise
This publication' fills a need long ex
perienced tv Oregonians, in replying to
liiqirries of Eastern friends;
Conies may be had of local agent S. P.
Co., or from" ' C. H. MarWium ' 1
- G. P. A., Portland, Or.
never shelter the homeless
nor feed the hungry. Good acts unfail
ingly produce good results.' One of the
best of these is to join the Woodmen of
tho World, and thereby Drovide for
those dependent upon you.
John fayior, the photographer,
located hero for the winter and has his
photo tent' north of. Crain's jewelry
store. Give , him a call. Satisfactory
work guaranteed. :
FREE TO INVENTORS.
Tho experience of C A Snow & Co. hii
obtaining more than i0,0(.0 patents for
inventors has enabled them to helpfully,
answer many questions relating to tho
protection ' of intellectual ' 'rropcrty..
This they have dono ; in a pamphlet
treating fcriefly ol . United States and
foreign patents, with l-Osi of einief 'and
how to procure them; trade marks
designs, caveats, infringements decisions
in leading patent cases, etc., etc. '
This pamphlet will be sent free toanv
one writing to C A Suow & Co., Wash
ington, DO. j , .
'As sound as a golden guinea" are tho
Queen, of America, aud Phoanix 'Assur
ance Company, of: London. The viss
man builds to the. future. Start "the
now year rif.ht by insuring your property
in one of these , financial Gibraltar.
Miss Anna Oglesby, agent. 1 ' ' '
Wood taken on aulnscriptlou al this of
The New . York World three timca &
week and the Rum.ktin for $2.13 a yark
All tho political uewa. , -.