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EUGENE, OR., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1891.
ZU (Sugcaf City Guard.
(PUBLISHED EYEBY SATURDAY.
l'iibliuer ud Proprietor.
OTICE On theEart aide of Willamette
i.. tt, botween Seventh and big-bib ntweU.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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' itrw ionths. .
tiATKS OP ADVKUT181NQ
4 aimrtiaenients inurtwl u fullowi:
1 1 in xiu&ra. tun line, or 1m one insertion 13;
. ii h ubniient insertion $1. Cah required
time advertiser will be charged at th ol-
I turn Hiuar three month. W 00
i wmM tit month.., 8 00
Onninuar on. yer.; i... 1200
It .ut notice, in local column, 20 cenkt
t,or hue tir Men insertion.
A!v rtwinK bill, will b rendered quarterly,
All tub work must be PAID ros ON oilitibt.
CEO. B. D3RR1S
Attorney and Counsellor
Wrtht PRACTICE ix the courts
of the Second Judicial insinci ana
L - l -.-a fniivf nt till. Ktutil.
filial attention given to collections and
mattiin in probate
A. O. WOODCOCK,
r.-.IISE CITY. - - - OREOOli
OFFICE Romn 74 8 McClaren Building,
nJ-Speeial attention given to Collection.
and Froeate business.
Seymour W. Condon,
DUNN '8 BUILDING,
jEugcnc, - - Oregon.
E. O. POTTER,
EUGENE, - - OREGON,
Orncs- Kooin in Censer' Block.
CEO. M. MILLER
iLttornoy. and Ccnnsellor-at-Law', and
... Real Estate Agent.
kugene city, - Oregon.
Ofl Ice In Maaonio Temple.
Kuykendall & Payton,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Rooms Over City Drug Store.
A. E. GALLAGHER,
KTJGEXE CITY ' -. - OREGON.
fpei ial attention given to Probate business
ami Abstracts of Title.
Ofkici Over Lane County Bank.
J. S. WALTER, M. D. S.
- Eiiciie, Oregon.
' DenUl Room. Willamette Street, oppo.it.
DR. J. 0. GRAY,
OFFICE UPSTAIRS IN YOUNG'S
block, oppo.it Guard office. All work
Laughing ga administered for painless ex
traction ot teeth.
MOORE & LINN,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
Coffloa and Casket alwayi on hand. Pre
paring and Embalming Bodie a Specialty.
Xigbl call, prouipty attended.
Rt-Hidenee, second house south of Hetno
dlst Chnrch, Willamette treet.
B. F. DORMS,
ISSl'SAHCE AND REAL ESTATE
T H AVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
X i 'arm, Improved and Unimproved iown
pmperty for sale, on easy term.
Frrraty Eonted and Bents Cdlectoi
Tt Insurance Companies I rpre-nt ar.
c-v -r i the Oldest and most Reliable, and la
I s 1 k..pt andEyurtiBLi adju.taa.nt of their
--4 tsrasu SscosD to Nona.
hare nf your patronage i. tohdted.
C ' Infctrfaall. R T DORRLS.
Eugene National Bank
EUGENE CITT. OREGON.
PAID CP CAPITAL..
SLHl'LUS FUND, ...
Trr.art a general banking buninea.
P B D iDn, P W Oabnrn, J C Church, o K
Xvra. i U Hodaon, C Law, i E Dan.
-BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS.-
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewel
ry & Musical
Special attention given to Repairing and
Engraving by two first-class workmen. All
E. K LnckeylCo.
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils,
. Brushes, Etc., Etc.
Prescription Departrnent in Competent hands.
It. B. Cochran & Son,
Real, Estate ..Agents.
Eugene City, Orc'n.
Will .tin In OAnnNil Vwn Eulatobiiainea
nch as buying, selling, IrasinR and -renting
farms and city property, etc. Office on south
side of Ninth tnt.
TLe Eugene Ciffnr Factory
Keeot oonfltftiitlT on tiaml the 6n(st brands
fit hritnA made. domeHtiC. aud Kef West
cigar. Charge the lowest prices for cbow
iog and smoking tobacco. Sell at retail and
McClaren s Building,
(Opposite F. M. WUkina' Dru Store.) .
ry ., ,
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Ha. an extensive Stook of
COLLEGE AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Mercantile, Fancy and School Station
ery. Blank Books, Cutlery; Etc.'. , '.
nrOrder for Book and Subscription
to Newspaper and Periodical promptly at
Rnl Tmnbles. and Crump, Colic, or
any Internal or External Pain. Ask your
druggist for It ;
J S. LUCKEY,
Clocks. Watches, Chains Jewelry, Etc
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KeDainnij i romjniy aiecuieu.
J. S. LUOKEY
E. Scfwarzschild, Prop.
(Pucoeasor to Geo. Collier)
BOOKS, STATIONERY, MAPS,
' GLOBES, SPECTACLES,
WALL PAPER SCHOOL, SUPPLIES.
- Order by ail promptly Atcaded to. Ad-
dreal Lock Box 119.
Cash. Low ' Prices,
From and after Feb. 1, 1891,
terms will be strictly casii.
Prices Put Down to Bed
rock. I win noi do
Hijhest market price Paid
Hbr VrcKluce. If. not all.traded
(Jut will pay balance in tah.
ex. 'X. trx MM:-X-Mx:m.m
. Keal Estatfl Transfers, v
Amot 0. Hooker to Herbert C. Strong,
lots iu Huddleaton' additloa; 275.
JametT Breeding to Nancy E Breeding,
lots 3 and 4, block 1, Delaney'a addition;
B. J. Peogra to Geo. E. Lyne, lot; $1.
II F Newman to Kidney Horn, 83.76
Hcros In T 17 8, It 4 W; f i,m.
Minnie M Schneider to Orvllle F
Rohrcr, 2.3 acivs: $025.
M H Lsflin to M M Cooley, 80 acre In
Tp 18 8, Bl W; $150.
Alexander Lamb to John Edward, 272
acres in Tp 17 B, B 6 W; 11880.
Mr L Vile to B M Hendeo, 123.36
acres in Tp 20 8, R 3 W; 6U0.
t M Howard to F B Howard, Interest
in 320 acre in Tp 15 8, B 4 W; $3,000.
Wm. Delaney, Sr., to Jame T. Breeding,
lota 3, 4 and 5, block 1 ; $50.
8. B. Eakin, Sr., to 8. B. Eakin, Jr., 40
acres in Tp 17 8. R 4 W; $2000.
' David Morse, Sr. to David Mors Jr., 563
acres in Tp 18 8, B 12 W; $5.
State of Oregon to Friedrich Nlcholai
Toos, ICO aorei in Tp 16 8, B 8 W; $200.
' Daily Guard, Nov. 23.
Maxwkll Wnx Casa This morning at
10 o'clock wa the hour set by Judge Scott
for the bearing of the celebrated Maxwell
will oaae. An adjournment until 1 o'clock
was taken to allow plaintiff' attorneys lo
file a reply. At that hour the reply w
filed when the attorney of defendant aiked
an adjournment until 3 o'clock to allow
tbem to examine said Instrument, which
was (Mowed. It 1 likely that aotn wit
nesses will be beard thl afternoon. Mis
Emma Dorri baa been appointed) official
reporter to take the testimony in fall.
Company Ona a kizkd. The Crouch
Mnnuftwturiiifr Co., ettected per
niuiient organization Kuturday, by tlie
election of the following ofllcera: J. F.
Crouch.prtttldent: W. L. Houston, vice
president; A. C. Woodcock, aecretery;
C. P. Houston, treasurer and awUtant
aecrt-tary. The company will com
mence at once manufacturing and In
troducing their dynamo.
Tbial Pw. The U. S. Court at Portland
ha set Monday, December 7th, for lb trial
of Mrs. Emma Spanlding, who wa recently
indicted by the U. 8. grand jury for sending
obscene letter through the mail. Sb ha
entered a plea ot not guilty.
Aet ea a sew rtedple
resale! (be liver, stomach
ead bowl (are IU
- - - na Hn mm' PtiMM
lorphlUm a4 (mump
atoa. BmaTM, as How,
KamnU trm at dratX.
tTtiim M. K, RiawL M
Bold by J. If. KECK LEY.
When Baby wa kk, we gave bar 0tora
Whm sb. in a Child, ah cried for Oori
When she became HI, he duof to Oatrl
When she had Chudrea, U ! Ceatorav
Th Melrated Frencfc Curo,
I goLB OH 1
of nervous dlwaM
or an r disorder ol
(an. oi aimer sxv
f PT.m t hAMIWl T. i
BEfCRE umoI wimaiaota, AFTER
Tobacco or Opt am, or u roo h voaU fol lod I wrr
V.uu. ovrr Induliroce, Ae ,.urha. Imaot Brala
hiwCT, '.el-i.n(-, Bcarinf down Fains In U
U' E,HeraiialealiiM,lljftterU, Kervowi fie
tralfoa, Sc1urn (qiMiuiia Lencperau-a.'Dl.
(Iucm, . Mor, Voaiof power od Iairo
U are aod loaaaltf. Price 11.00 a k"i, bou
lorf itA hnt t v Biailonrr.iptof prior
A WRITTEN it'AEAfTaB ! tfn lor
rirrf l-VOO rrnlef rrlTrri, in rf vnl trt. moorr II
rtns.sc.1 cue i. not eaenea
tlunaodsol tMtloonlai Iron old I
rtnu.c.1 enr I. or .Berwa W Cm
of bo(hMxr.wtohaTe bera prraaDnUr rarrd
tyUMUMOtapfaiodlUa. Circular tree. Aidm
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Wesuni Dsaaca. HusZ7.Poaxxajia.Oav
gold by E .B. LUCKEY k C., Drurit,
FRIDAY, NOV. 20.
T. H. Hamilton ha bought another lot
The new Junction bunk will be
opened IXwiiukt Int.
Qeo. M. Miller ha t ikru bis Florence
property off the market.
Two car load of fruit trm arrived her
on laat night' freight Iraiu.
Root. Oriffln of Cottage Grove bet been
commissioned a notary public.
Baker City, the boom town of Hunt-
em urvgon is $HL',uuu in uetit.
F. W. Chausae, editor of the Cottage
Grove Leader, ha purchased a lot iu r.lr-
V. B. Bluehley, of Colfux, Wash., la
vlHitintr rvlativea here, having arrived
lust night. (
W bear of a marriage that will tak place
about the holiday between two of Eugene i
prominent young people.
A couple of ox teams pinning a long Wil
lauette street today reuiindrd one of old
tinieiwben they were common.
An axis of the Sprinpfleld butcher wagon
broke off in front of the Court House tut
morning. No other damage.
8. T. Jeffreys ha resigned hi portion a
deputy .prosecuting attorney for Jlenten
county aud W. E. Vates ha been (ppoluted
to nil toe vacancy.
A drunken man fell from his noise yes
terday afternoon wuile passing rairmouut,
and wa considerably bruixed. For a time
it wa supposed be at killrd.
The Morgan family, who have been hold
Ing meeting at the Court House during
the week nave folded tlieir tent, and ue
parted for other fields where collection are
Base ball admirers In Portland are rain-
ts a purse of $10,000 to bark tb Portland
team, winner of the PaoiCo Northwost
League pennant, againM the winner ot the
Call lorn la League pennant, whloh will be
Fairhaven IToralJ : Portland can no Ion
rer boast of beiug chief wheat port on the
Peoiflo Ocean. Already (hie season wheat
shipment from the Bound have exceeded
those from Portland by upwards of a quar
ter of a million bushels. Heavy towage
charges and the rinks attending navigation
over the uolumuia river and aloug the ea-
iseent coast are rapidly driving ocean com'
meroe away to the broad straits of t act
and the matchless harbor ol Puget Sound
At the ChemawA Indian training
school, lust north of Salem, the nwter
of atudentH contaitm the mimes of a
larger number than during any previ
ous time since the cstubllrihnicnt of the
school. The latest arrivals are from
Bandon and Port Orford, and there are
now 240 students attendinirtho school
At the same time last year the attend
ance was hut IS). Hie total enroll
ment last year reached a50. The new
buildings are completed and ready for
Lent Friday a young man in tba employ
of Joseph Button, nesr Milton, named
John Chamberlain, met with an accident
whloh resulted in a badly fractured limb.
He wa on hi way to Milton with a load of
bay, when, ooming down the bill into
Cache hollow, the horses became unmanage
able, and, in bis effort to stop them from
running sway, tbey were turned from Ibe
road and the wagon upset, Mr. Chamberlain
being thrown to tba ground in such a man
ner that he sustained a fracture of the left
leg below the knee.
The lanrest salo of railroad timber
land on the coant this year lias just
been concluded by thersoutliem J'acinc
Company. Tlio land In question is sit
uated on what Is known as Jenny
creek, a stream flowing Into the
Klamatli river, uiHtabove me t aiiiorn-
ia suite line. Pardee. Cook A Co., one
of the largest luntlier firms of Michi
gan, are the purchasers, and they paid
$!r0,000 for it. In addition to this pur
chase the Michigan company has
aliout nn equal portion of government
timber land Interspersed In sw-tlons le
tween the tracts Just acquired from the
railroad company. The object of Par
dee, Cook A Co., is to run their logs
down Jenny creek Into the Klamatli
river and on to Klamath crossing.
Four year ago a widow named Mary E.
Dve. with ona son fifteen voars old. settled
on the sooth fork of the Nooksuck, and a
twig had never been out by a white man
within five mile ot ber ranch. Her house
hold good were brought to ber from Nook-
ack, droning In an Indian ranoe. bb got
a thanty np and went to work. For six
month she saw only one womsn, aid tbat
wa a squaw. She baa now several acre
cleared, a garden which I the pride of
boutb Fork, Iron tree atarttd, ana this
year with only her eon to help her ha
made 157 rod of good wagon road, chop
ping down tree, hauling tbrm away and
grubbing. 8h wield Ibe ie in a very
certain and reliable way. She has oows,
pigs, ebiokens, and her dinner are celebra
ted all ilong tb river.
FOR PITCHEtf 3
Cejtnrl prompt. TMgewtlrm, and
OVM-oouwe i'laluWy, Coiutiition, Boor
Btotnarh, Diarrhoea, and fereriahsMeA
Thua the child 1 rurvWod huillhy aud it
aleup xtavtsiral Caetorlai oontalna no
korpUne or other narcotic property.
fCaatoriatasaw.il adapt"! e cklMrao that
I racouiiiMfid tt a. superior to any prracrtpuoa
knuVD lo Hie." IL A. Aarosa. at. I)..
3 Portland Ave., Bruoklya, X, T.
?l vm Caatoria u my prartln. aed And k.
apedaijy adaiatd Ui aflortJ.. ofduHrea."
' " AiM- hirra.., M. !.,
lie; ad An.. New Tork.
Tea rarrica Co, 7T Xumj BL, R. T.
f I ktk
SATURDAY, NOV. 21.
A marriage license was Issued to J.
Howard and Emma Thurmaa today.
Auctioneer Klnsey sold a bull, taken op
by the city, thl afternoon at auction.
Kev. N. B. Alley has resigned the
pastorate or the Christian ciiurcii.
The people of Balcm pay S8' mill tat,
which include their oily, county and state
A plain drunk wa fined $5 and coat
yeiterday. U. liquidated aud waa dis
Peter Boney, I improving hi reeldeno
property on tbe corner of luia ana wutaa-
W. W. Cardwell, a graduate ot tbe Bute
University, hat located at Med lord for tbe
praotio ot hi profession, the law.
lloeeburg Review: W H. II. Oraut
to far met with rather Indifferent (ueoee
olioitlng for tba World's fair fund. Th
ainonut are all email.
An additional attachment was served
Thursday on the Comstock Lumbering
t onian,v, at the suit or me Willamette
iron i onipany for $o73-i.
Chief Engineer Potrue. of the 8. P. R. B.
wa here the first ot the week in a rectal
car, taking an inventory of th company'
building, aide-uaokt, etc
We were ahown a man of Florence thl
mornins drawn by Mr. L. P, Prone. It i
made on a aoale of 200 feel to the inob and
ia indeed a fine niece of workmanship,
It would be bard lo beat.
Deputy Sheriff McObelL on a warrant
from Ibe IT. 8. Marshal, left thl morning
for Wild Cat to arrest Walter White, for
enttlus timber on government land.
lie I a brother ol Wilton White, who 1 In
the county jail.
The banks of Umatilla county have
a million dollars on deposit, while tbe
county this year produced 1H for
every man, woman and child within
her borders. This is a gooii record or
which any county might be proud.
Friday's Oregonlan: Tb Ret. I. D
Driver, who wa Ih pastor of the Centenary
M. chnroh, wa In Ibe city yesterday.
He waa on hi way to Seattle where he wfll
deliver a court of lecture. Mr. Driver
had just returned from Mew Mexico, where
bt delivered a uooeeatul lecture sour.
Rosehurir rialndealer: Eugene's
steam laundry ia doing a thriving bus
iness at home and la reaching tout for
trade, even Into Hoscburg. V- m. Dyer,
of the Palace barlier shop, ia agent for
this city, and will two that all orders
receive prompt and care nil attention.
Th annual statement of the Dakar City
auditor show that the oity run in debt
$7000 daring the past year. It ha a bond
ed IndebteduM of $00,000 and 133,000 ot
unpaid warrant outstanding with $4300 on
hand. Tbe Democrat commenting on tbe
condition of affair uyc It will be readily
seen that Ih oity i faat following In th
footstep of tb county in th reckle at
oummulatlon of Indebtedness and if tbe
thing continue th whole commonwealth
will be awamped into everlaiting perdition
to deep that Ih devil himself will aevei be
able to extricate it,
Here n something for the Eugene
boys who are never satisfied unless
they have a cigarette In their mouth, to
,1.1.. I. A ....l.1l.u..l..M
ilium uinmw J jiitniiiwi iuuiiumiij
Iihs made nn analysis of the cigarette.
Tho tobacco was found to be strongly
Impregnated with opium, while the
wrapper, which waa warranted to be
rice paiier, was found to be the most
ordinary quality of paper whitened
with arsenic. The two poisons com
bined were present in sufficient quantl
ties to create In the smoker a habit of
uslnrr opium without hi bolnir aware
of It, his craving for which can only be
satisfied by an Incessant consumption
Tho editor of the Walla Walla States
man has been doing some figuring, and
here Is the result: "The cost of raising
an ordinary boy for the first twenty
years of his life is here given: Per
year for the first five years,all expenses,
$100. or $500 In all; $150 per year for the
next nve years; $aj per year ror we
next flvo; $300 per year for the next
three years, and f-VW for the next two,
or a total outlay of $4,150 by the time
the boy is or age and able to hustle for
himself. We hope the (Statesman aub-
scrlltcrs will remember that the editor
has taken a contract to raise four bova.
and by promptly renewing their sub
scriptions they will greatly help us out
I., !. A, ,,A ,.r .ui n in A..t I...
in luimii,) wiu mini v. f iuiijw i,fb nam
got to lie expended In behalf of those
boys ueiore our responsibilities cease."
Forest Orove Time: Th word "W.b
foot," ai applied to Oregon, i a misnomer,
especially slno it i generally used a a
term ol reproach. Many states of our Un
ion have more rain than Oregon, and do
one .vet think of oalllng them "Webfoot."
in August, issn, a reported by tb United
State Signal Service, the rainfall was tV,
Inche In Louisiana aa much a' falls la
Oregon In tix month. By reference to ah
Ignal lervlot reports, wbioa bv been pnb-
lithed annually for nearly twenty yeare, H
ill be aeen tbat tb averag rainfall ot Ore
gon, on year with another, I not far from
42 ioohe. At Astoria it I 76 inches; at Port
land, 60 iDcbee; at Rosebnrg, So Inob! at
Ashland, 29. In Eastern Oregon Ibe aver
age i considerably lea. Aliog.lh.r, th
annual rainfall at th etat I it glory; tot
it give a oeruioty ot crops, aa forty year'
uooea.lv cropping In many localities amp
ly atletta what Ihia mean a promotiv ol
good farms, prosperous bom builders, suc
cessful bu.ineiM men In all Ibe varied de
partmenti of life end tb general oplitt and
prugre of Ih tut along all lion eaaaoi
be metsnrtd by feeble word.
Tui LiCTPai.Tr. M. Mghiwindet. laot
ture? pi the Firmer Alliance, a pf aa-
noancement, delivered a leetoie an tba
principle and ofcjeeta of thai organisation.
t tb voart nous not. win, u a emeu
audience. He I. a ready talker and clearly
tat- hi point. II wa not tuooeesful
n organizing a uiiizao Alliance.
Rxwasd Paid. The reward offered by
th Tacoma Bauk for tbe information lead-
lug to the appreben.ion of Albertaon, tbe
ink robber, waa No. ilHh awarded and
pa'd lo Sheriff J. E. Noland. Mr. ttok4
tberenpon divided the money with. Deputy
W. W. Cocbran. Tbe task onoera were
warm is their Praia ot the part taken in
the captor of the robber by the Sheriff's
office of Lane county.
Not StaiocstT Hear. Dr. McKeoney
returned from tbe McKenxie Nor. Such,
He did not reach hi de.tiD.iW, as he met
me'ouerI who Informed bun that la
boy, Blnebaker, wa not ariiously bortt
and tb.rtfor aoxgeoa waa noi
and so Dr. Mckenoey returned. II appear
tbat tbe ball followed tbe akia P Ih aid
and did not later the cavity,
MiatixD.-Ia Lane eoonty. Oregon,
Nor. W. H91, by Judge O. W. Klnsey, J.
M . Howard and Emma Tbarmao.
Samuel J. Sill, ft Eugene Carpenter,
na two n ivea-iie snips.
Dally Quard, Nov. 21
Muob to th rorpri of a number of Ea
gen people complaint wa received her
Wednesday from Minneipolii, Minn., to be
erred upon one, Samnel J. Sills, who has
resided here for Ibe past three year, his
first wif having instituted divorce proceed
ing againat him, Th. oomplaint charges
whim desertion tor Ibe period of three
Tear, bill bat a young wife here, whom
he married at the age of fifteen rears, about
tnree year slno In tb Mat of Washing
(on. Since hie arrival here he hae princl-
pally aubslsted from th mean of his aged
mother-in-law, who ha been fortunate in
receiving a large pen. too from lb govern
ment on account of wound received by ber
dead husband, and ahe ha worked hard at
menial labor to provide for tbe tupport of
oiua. a., a. uunn, assistant c Ity attorney
ot Minneapolis, writing here, eaya: "Tbe
plaintiff In thl ease (Sllla' Aral wife)
quit poor. We are getting her divorce
principally through charily, as sb 1 a very
wuriuy wuj, loaceu.
Aiter tbe papers were served on him rv
to offloer Sill skipped the country, telling
hi folk that h intended going East and
"fixing" It np with hit first wif. If he
ever returns here h will be arrested sod
justly punished for bl villainy.
Young Mnebiker, Who Lives on tbe
AKh.eur.if. Kiver is toe Un
Daily Guard, Nov. 20.
tu. county nany weekly lurntabes a
s of accidental hootlnff. Th last oaae
happened np th MoKenxie across tb river
from th Thompson place yesterday after
noon at 4 o'clock. The victim waa a boy
named Blnebaker, aged 11 years, who was
found in the road badly ahol.bv lb Messrs.
inompeon. upon inveiltuatlon. It wa
found tbat Ih ball, from a Si-calibre Win
chester, had entered th right aide and
ranged upwards, H waa carried to hi
home at B. F. Finn' residence. Tbe
hooting waa accidentally, inflicted by
himself. It we Impossible to learn further
partlcalara from th messenger who oame
lor a doctor.
Dr. MoKennev left for the seen a of the
hooting thl morning lo wsil upon th
New Sectional Map of Oregon.
Th Oregonisn at great expense has pre
pared a aeotional map ol Oregon, and offer
la a premium for subscription to the
Weekly Oregonlan. The map 1 oorrected
up to date, l 40x50 Inche in size.; scale,
six mile In th Inch. It I neatly finished
and on roller, ready o hang op on Ibe
wall. Tbil i th finest map of Oregon ever
Issued, and should b in every houeebold
in th atate. Anyone lending 13.00 will
receive the Weekly Oregonlan for fifteen
mouth (if the subscription is received pri
or to January 1, 1892,f and one of these
map a premium. The prloe of th map
without the paper is $2.00. Address Ore
gonlan Publishing Co, Portland, Oregon,
How rr was Dona, A gentleman who
oently visited Stanford' stubles in Cali
fornia gives a Democrat man soma (uteres .
ing fact in referenoe to the wonderfn I band
of horse on Ih Stanford ranch. There
r about 1,000 animal of all sges, 200 of
whloh are in constant tralulug on man
having charge of only three horaee. Tb
epartmeot range from a kindergarten up
ward. Tb aeoret ot the recent wonderful
performsnc of th Btanford horses, psr
ttoularly Bnnol, Arion and Palo Alto, I said
to be because ot a avstem started rears ago
by Mr. Stanford of breeding trotting stock
with lb bet running stock, and worklns
down tq trotter. Tb result ha been be
yond tb moat sanguln expectation of the
great millionaire.--Albany Democrat.
Dkhornino, Oalney Matthews In
forms us that he dehorned 07 head of
rattle Nov. 'Mh, without any casualty.
He places their bead in a stanchion
and then uses a saw. A nutnlx-r of
prominent cltlxens of Iane county
have token advantage of this method,
among them B. fc). Btevens and H.
Jenkins, of Hpencer precinct, and II.
Hill, of Junction precinct.
A Bto Catuidsal. Archbishop Gross Is
laying plans for building a cathedral on Ibe
property recently purohaaed by him in
on land, bounded by Fourteenth, Slx-
."VUtM, Vt BUM v., WU.UU Wm. f i
The new building will be tb largt church
on tb Paolflo eoatt. According to pre
nl plana, It will b 100x200 feel long and
fifty feet wide, with an archeplsoopaf resi
deno ia th rear.
Bust Pjuntkd IHiLY.The Junc
tion Times aavs: The Euirune Daily
Ooakd is the best printed dally that
reaches mis oiiloe, Portland dallies
not excepted. HUH there are a dozen
or more business bouses in Kugcne
that have no place In Its columns.
Fortunately the rubber stamp mer
chants are dying quite rapidly.
CoRVALMM Recokd. The Times
claims the following building record
I for tbat city the past yean $r0.000 wagon
ana carriage rectory, savsiu noici, J,
000 college dormitory, $10,000 oity hall,
liu.uuo rounnry ana rutin implement
factory, besides) 16 or 20 residences esti
mated to cost fAOOUL Tbtal, $135,000.
Akruai, BTiTSMiirr. The officers of th
UcKeoaio, 8. 8. k D. Wagon Boad Co.
aav flld their annual etetement of ra-
etpl. and dlchnraewentt for the year with
lae Uoanty tiara. Tb receipte amouni
lo$1.0iW;dibnrtment, $767.75; estimat
ed expense to keep tbe road in condition
tor travel from now to April next, $XK).
Discharged. Tbe trial of Elza
Plckard, on the charge of driving over
the Hpringtle Id bridge favter than a walk
was concluded Thursday morning.
Justice Henderson ordered the defend
ant discharged, aa th evidence sliowed
the young iuab waa not guilty or the
Ca:ai.-Tb. Eugen band gave a con
cert on tb itreets Thareday at ft o'clock.
Couiiileriog lb boor, a larg number of
people w.r. present. Th boy are im
proving faal, and ahoold bar tb encour
agement ol the citizen of Eugen.
Pabbosxd. Th Salem Stateiman aavs
Cbarle Jarrn, of Lena county, (enienoe in
the penitentiary has been commuted. He
wa sentenced for two yean for the crime of
larceny, and bad served evtateen month.
Ajihmtkd. Deputy WierlfTCmucr
arrested John Vineyard, the Lynx
Hollow terror, at Creswell. Nov. auth.
lie surrendered aa peaccablyM a lamb.
Maaaitn. Ia Las. county, Oregon, Nov
15. m, bv Rev. O. M. Demmltl, U. S.
Uarpef and Anna Spraguo.
Cottage Grove flewg.
Tho lender, Nov. 21.
Kdltor K. 1. Thorp, of Drain, paid
his rtupeets to the drove Haturday.
Mr. I). P. lltirton moved his family
to Drain Wednesday. He hiteniiii
learning telegraphy tills winter.
Miss Hattlo Thonipsoii returned
homo Monday from her seven weeks
visit with friends at Henly, California.
There hits been a change made In the
section divisions at this place. Welch's
division now runs from Creswell to IL
C. VeaU'h's place below town, and
Boweti's runs from Veatch's to the
divide. The chango was made by J.
II. Waite the llrxt of the week.
There will lie a public dlscusHlon at
the Count Fork grange hall on Satur
day, Nov. as. The subject Is the sub
trenstiry bill, which Is now being agi
tated by the farmers' alliance. A larim
attendance is rxiwoted and desired, as
uiis is n suujcei thai is creating quite a
sensation at present iu political
The new church edifice of the Cbrii.
tlan church here Is nearinireomnletlon.
and will lie diHllmttil Sunday, Decern-
1 ital. ail a w. . a ... . 7.
ik t oiu. r.uier navia veueii, pastor
of tho Find Christian church of
Portland, also onu of the editors
of tho Harbinger, will preach the
dedicatorlal sermon. A (hie Kiirhutr
cliaH-l organ lias arrived, tho ladles
have purchased the carpet aud lamps,
and they cxiiect having a grand time
at their dedication, and cordially In-
no vverj ihhijt to intend.
Who May Practice 1
The supremo court of Oreiron has
rendered a decision of great Importance
to physicians that of Wm. A. Bar
more against the state board of medical
Dr. Barmore hail lieen refused a wr-
tlllcate by the hoard upon showing
that ho w us a graduate of the medical
department of tho unlvcrsit of Ohio
and had a ilinloina from a legally char
tered medical school in good standing,
and was refused upon the ground that
the Oregon state hoard had adopUil a
rule which. defined "medical Institu-
tlon In good standing." as used In the
act, to mean "only those institutions
which reotilred three reirtilar courses or
sessions of three months each, extend-
ing over a period ot tnree years time,"
and that the school of plalutlir, when
he graduated, did not have such a three
If Dr. l(annon had applied before1
the board, adopted this rule ho could
havo been admitted to practice in Or
egon. Dr. Harmoro asked a mandamus to
comel the state Umrd to Issue a certl-
tlcate and won his case in the circuit
court. This Is now reversed bv the
supremo court and tho state board of
He Wasn't a Hoy.
The Spokane Spokesman is resnonsibla
for th following: Senator Squire played
a scurvy trick on Senstor John B. Allen
on time. They were traveling from Wash
ington It waa night and the train stormed
at a station In Missouri, where a laree.
heavy woman entered tb sleeper looking '
for a berth.
Squire poked h la bead out between the
ourtalue and seeing th ponderous lady aaid:
"Madame, tbe berth are all taken, but
If you wish yon can occupy Ih one just un
der when my littl boy is sleeping.
This was sstisfsctorr to tba Missouri Am
azon, who removed her ahoes and then
wring round into the bunk. Just about
this time, the disturbed occupant attempted
to see what the Intrusion meant.
With one fell swoop of her palm h
dapped It flruilv over the gentleman's
mouth, saying: "There, little boy, don't
peak. Your father said I could sleep
Again the "little boy" attempted to rise
and Ibis time be managed lo say:
"Madame, I want to tell you tbat I'm no
"Who are yon, then?"
"Why, I'm Senator Allen from tba state
ot Wssbington" he exclaimed.
'Oh Lord," (he yelled, and sprang np and
dashed out of Ibe car exclaiming to tba
consternation of everyone but Squire, Oh
Lord I what would Hiram say if he knew."
Dally Guard, Nov. 20.
A Tehrok. John Vineyard, who
lives In the classic Lynx Hollow, about
six miles southwest of Creswell, has
been whipping nearly tho entire mala
population of that place recently. A
warrant was sworn out before the Cres
well Justice of the peace, but the con
stable was afraid to tackle the
aforesaid terror. Therefore the J. 1.
called on the sherltl's ofllee for aid.
This morning Deputy fchcrllls George
Croner and Wld McOhee started to
that place to take the man in charge.
It was tho Intention to have the trial
at Creswell this afternoon at 3 o'clock,
Attorney Potter going to that place on
the afternoon train to conduct tha
The Maxwkll Came. Friday's
Albany DcmiH'rat: Hon. L. Bilyeu,
of Eugene, returned home this noon
from a trip to Portland, where he had
been In the Interest of the Maxwell
will case, which has been attracting so
much Interest in Lane county. The
will was niado thirteen years ago, but
a couple of years ago was destroyed.
Two witnesses were found in Portland
who saw it executed, and as well saw
the stockings of money, aliout $5,000,
tho old lady hid. lleuewed interest
Hnrr. Junction Times, Nov. 21 : While
making up for the south bound freight
Thursday evening, D. E. Drake met with
quite an accident He was making a coup
ling, when somehow his leg waa caught,
orushing it quite severely, although tbe
kin was not cot. By the lime the com
pany's surgeon arrived tbe following morn
ing nls leg wss swollen to twice ite natural
eiz. It is not considered a dangeroea
wound, although s verr painful one. Dr.
Paine of Eageoe, the S. P. surgeon, wa
here yesterday to dress the wound of Mr.
Married. At Harrisburg, Oregon,
Harley Morris, of Harrisburg, and Miss
Mary Baker, of Junction. The cere
mony was performed Wednesday, Nov,
Niobt 0?aAToa.-J. J. Chamberlain,
who ha been action aa night operator tor
ibe 8. P. a T.. at Salem has been trane
frrred toKoseborg to tak a similar position.