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MTABUSuKn HI Til 0MEJI!hTI0a OPBESOCUTIC FMtlPLKS, AXD TO III! 11 IQIEITL1TIH IT TIIXIWI.T OP Oil BROW
EUGENE; OIU SATORDAY, DECEMBER 2G, 1891.
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t PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
1. L CAMPBELL,
s'ubllahcr and Proprietor.
OKFICE-Oo ths East tide of WitUmetU
f rwt, between Seventh aud Eighth Street
TKKklS Of HU1WCRIPTIO.V.
I r annum...
J hn-e ninBtlit.
F.L POSSON & SON,
BJ Jar tbe largest dealer on the Coast in
lUTKS . OS -A.D VKliXISWO.
Advartiaerasnta inserted aa follows: ' ' '
I Ui awiMaaaat tan linatal flaw IWaaa am In linen ftfti
?oh subsequent inaertioo H. Cash required"
:n advance, .
l ima advertisers will be eharged at ilia ol
h-wine ret: ......
I .i aouara three month. ...... ...... M 00
a sqoAislxjnootb..... 8 00
. p. square ous Tear 1140
Transient notices in local column, 20 oanta
r haa for aach Insertion.
Advertising bills will ba rendered quarterly.
All ob work must ba paid roa oil delivht.
ceo. b. mm
Attorney and Counsellor'
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS
of the Second Judicial District and in
he Supreme Court of this State.
Special attention given to oolleetiona
matters in probate
A. 0. WOODCOCK,
(CUHEXE CITY. - - . - OREOOJi
OFFICE Booms 78 McClaren Building.
rSpecIel attention given to Collections
and Probata business.
Seymour W. Condon,
E. O. POTTER,
EUGENE, - - OREGON.
Ornos- Boom in Conger's Block.
GEO. M. MILLER
l":rney and Ccnns9lloat-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, '"-"""." OREGON.
O Slice In Masoaio Temple.
Kuykendall & Payton
Physicians and Surgeons,
Rooms Over City Drug Store.
, We art Northwestern Agents for D. M. Ferry & Co, the largest Seed
Grower and Dealer in the World.
F. L. POSSON 4. SON,
LINN & SON,
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils,
Brushes, Etc., Etc.
Prescription Department in Competent hands.
R. II. Cochran & Son,
Real Estate Agents.
Eugene City, Ore ?on.
Will attend to general Real Entitle busines
such as buyiug, selling, leasing and renting
arms and cut property, etc Umce on tomb
aide of Ninth street.
Tbe Eugeue Cigar Factory
Keeps constantly on band the Uncut brands
of home made, domestic, and Key West
cisar. Charge tbe lowest price for chew
inn and smoking tobacco. Hell at retail ana
A. E. GALLAGHER,
Special attention given to TrobaU bnsine
and AbstracU of Title.
Orrici Over Lane County Bank.
J. S. WALTER, M. D. S.
Dental Rooms Willamette Street, opposite
DR. J. 0. GRAY,
block, opposite Guahd office. All work
Ijuighinf gas administered for painless ex
traction oi teeth.
MOORE & LINN,
U:::RTAXERS AND EIYIBALMERS
Coffins and Caskets sIwhtr on band. Pre
paring and Embalming Bodies a Specialty.
Nigbt calls prompty attended.
Rmideooe, second bona sooth of Metbo
dial Church, Willamette street.
C'jaAKCE AND REAL ESTATE
t have some "very desirable
L firtu, Improved and ynimpwvwd Tow
j' f rry fWtj,'oeMf teros. ' "
I.73Tt7 Eected aid Eesti Collectol
T.ie Insuranoe Campauiea I repreaant are
aiS'( the Uldart aad lU'.uble, and U
the I aoMPT andEynrrir.i adjaatment of their
oaaea Sruin buuo to No.
A share nf ynor patronage is solicited.
Oace-IaCityHTil. f. DQRRI.1.
csis. utcia, raxsr. w. t. nn, caiunM
Cuscne National Rank
UP CAPITAL, H".
LUS FrJQ,' .r-
T uaacte a general banking bttunean.
B'iabd or Diucroea:
B Dunn, f W O.burn, J C Cbareh. 8 M
er a, i H Bodaon. C Unet. i E Davie.
(Opposite F. V.. Wilkin' Drat Store.)
-Has a extensive Stock of
COLLEGE AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Mercantile, Fancy and School Station
ery, Blank Books, Cutlery, Etc.
t7Order for Book and Subscription
to Newspaper and Periodicals promptly at
Bowel Troubles, and Cramp, Colio, or
any Internal or External Pail. Ask your
druggist for it
Clocks, Watches, Chains. Jewelry, Etc
Repamnar Fromptly Itiecnted.
J. 3. LUCKEY
Real Estate TraiiHtera.
Ki d EN K.
Grace A. Edmlnton to 8. and M,
Tuttlo, lot , lihH'k 0, iu Shi'lton'a
K T ChildwH, it al, to Win Henry
i-amm, vi ai, auxou rwt on ivarl
V. .1 Vrutr ii W TTt11ni'Ar ltts
nml lLblm-k 14. Frailer A Hyluiul
uilsltMsn nti Kilts O A kl,u.l El
Fntsler A HtTn-' iiart of Florvnce: J70.
T It IkTry to E J Easier, i InUvrat
in 1MH) loU In FnwifroilliIund'ad'
Willaniftto Ri-al Etttaht Co. to Jvwi
wr m .. i i i i ...
Myron O Clow to Jennie E Closo,
lot 3, blwk 4; f
Geo F Jone to Jacob Hclioemann,
10.H0 aere in Tp 18 8, It 4 V; $75.
Thog (loswiiru to Samuel Uartln,
acre In Tn 1 8. It 1 W: t0.
Hirnni Wingard to Barali Jano Doty,
K. P. Harpole to J. A. Kick, lot
and o, l)i(Kk o7; $m.
U. K to Henry Telton, 123 acre in T
18 8 It 4 W; pHient.
Times, Dec. 18.
Paniuel Smith, late of Prlneville, ha
eniaini8iipi a meat market on Hie corn'
er wwt of Ealon' livery stable.
At the dbttrlet auhool mectina;on the
12th the vote wao for the tax by eight
nmiority. The clerk wa ordered to
make an aosesMiient of the dlntrlct
without unnecesHary delay.
The painters have nut the Unhiding
touches on the hotel front and situ
the ftchflblding han been removed, the
Duuuing Know on to goon, advant
age and attract the attention of all
Fordianbtea or (ummnr oomplsint In
ny form there is nothing better tbtn
Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and War
rba a Remedy. Mrs Nancy Berrv. of Ad'
tms, Lawrence eonnty, Kentucky, say on
aose curt a ner oi an attack ol dlarrbuia,
Two or three doae will enr any ordinaiy
case, n uen reauoea who water II is plea
ant to take. 25 and 50 cent bottle for sal
by Osbnrn 4 Delano.
E. Schwarzschild, Prop.
(Succeasor to Geo. Coirr)
BOOKS, STATIONERY, MAPS,
WALL PAPER k 8CHOOL SUTPUES.
Orders by mail promptly attended to. Ad
dress Lock Box 1191
From and after Feb. 1, 1891,
my term9 will bo strictly cash.
Prices Put Down to Bed
rock. I will Not be
Highest market price l'ail
'or Produce. If not all traded
out will jay balance in Cash.
J. H. Whiteaker,
Art en aew priaeieie
Kvalate the flrer, slomarh
an bowela Mrovoa Me
nmtt. Pm. ln.n' Pnxa
tptnklw ear bUloeaima,
lorpW Mm aM eonsilpa.
Hold by J. II. BECK LEY.
mm I 8pdoee,3ei.
oampM. me m nrayriMa.
r. tdm ttl fc-, kUavt. laa.
Whea Baby waa sick, w gave her Castorla.
Wb she was a CUM, tbe cried (or Ca4orU.
Wben aba became Viae, she clung to bosterl.
WlneUlau1oM,she gave Urn (fetori
I SoLB e A
gni oi eltner ks,
tioo.ovwlDdulrr-ofe, Ac ..ivhat LomoI Hnii.
t.iwrr, ak'f':liHa.barltitlo'n fains In 111
itemlnal WealiM, h rrtsrt. eVroe fr
-iyri,i Kniwinr.. LMMYrlvra. Ulk
Sii.-M,W. ltaiirr,4Mo( t-owerai4 InnK
fc-vf which 11 urel-rtrl o'wtj to arematore
elil aiM aol Iranill. prbe tt a b", Uti
tt1,'Q. nt lyaa;lAtjm'iTKrf prvV
A WRITTK5I H AKANTEK tarlreafnr
tmt S-iHl arirt imrr4, t r'nnl tbe mwr 1
e IfcraaaMHS rire 1. ' eoerv 1. sa
1boiMtm!f ol mtinualai IromsM and rwiair,
of brhxe. wlnhar im rm.ninlT nn
IrfUMMol AptarouiUae. Clrralarlraa. AiMiaa
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Wuniiiaocb. lx Z7, t-uanau. Oa.
Wd by E .. LUCKEY A 'Co.. Drnecist,
BATt'ltDAV, NOV, 10.
Oamc la now reported plentiful hy
uuuiera. , i
Junouou Cltf voted an S00 school tag
SMI Haturday.' 4
Ml Clan, Condon I home from
Niieui toiini the holiday.
S. P. Giuaor i has sold hi Janctiou gro.
eery store to EU. Uandaaker.
a ierK uuner ni country people weie
In town today poibaaln holiday good.
EffleCt. is ings isnults III with ty
phoid (ever At the home of air. Beckwilh.
Mr. W. !ollowav hve tonight
for the Kut via the Southern Tacltlo
Ml Alice Dorrl returned on tid
afternoon' train to pcnd the holiday
Lebanon Exi-rees: The Cumberland
Pnabjteria ohurch it Sodavllle I again
on tu loumi.iioiis ana enoloaed
Albany Rdfald: Dr. O. O. Abrey I re-
eoveriUK trosn an altavk of diphtheiia. His
children have also Uen sill ic ted with lb
Rorebutv Plaindealer, Deo. 18: Hi
Qonnt M. V. Pipes havius nerlorined bis
cuties here tth promptness and dispatch,
adjourn' ennrt aud departed northward.
The seeond ludicUl district never hid a
better jmlfie than Hun. M. L. Pipe, tnd
that bis ability and InteRrity is ol lb high
eet order none will deny. -Jacksonville
Allwnv rtninernt! Pminlv f'l.irb
I'liyne, at the renuext of the mate Uwrd
of ecjualixatlon, ha footed up the total
amount of mortgage on real property
in thl county. The fiifure are not
tileaaant to ein template. The total I
IndeDendeiico Wwit Side: J. W.
Latigharr hint week killed a lot of corn
fed hog which averaired 100 ooumla
eacii. I .ley were yearling. It la not
oflen we nee corn fed hog In Oregon.
All faraier can eaailv mlm corn
enough to make their pork.
Jacksonville Times: Mr. G. H.
Dorrl, of Eugene, who ha been here
on a two weeks visit to her mother,
Mr. Hcifllnan, went to Ashland on
Saturday In company with her sister,
air, v. l.inn. or una place, for a few
uayt visit wun relative there,
It m ss d that the timber on (he npper
Kalama river is so dense that when tbe tree
are sawed off they just taod on the stomp,
not haviig room to fall. A yoang Swede
oy me name oi ion lonaon sawed off i ev
en aores et trees on his claim and la now
waiting for the wind to blow them over.
Pendleton East Oregonian: Senator
Matlock left on Wedueeday night' train
lor fornsna woere nt wire and ion. Wee
ley Matlock, have been eojournlng. They
will not to to California, unless tbe trio Is
deemed sosary (or WeaJey'i health. Mr.
Mullock will return aoon to look alter bus
jviamaiu mar: uooivo 11. Small, a
stockman of Sliver Lake, waa in town
Tuesday on hi way home, having
taken I'M bead of mule and horse to
California. 1 he market is remarkably
dull down there Just now, ho Informed
me reporter, nut ne wa luck v. or
smart enough to dispose of all but 43
neau at satisiactory prices.
MONDAY, DEC. 21.
The stale's Wealth.
FAIKMOI'NT. IW. 17lh Irtlll SiLsTT. Deo. H. All the nnnntv
Vt ork ha rccommcmvHl nn tlm abhw or havs returned tbelr tax rolls, exoent
walk. Yamhill, tnd counting it tbe nam a lost
Itev. C. A. Wooley returned Tuesday Upturn i'i piT in h'lT
o notice an Improvement In the The board today adopted a plan on tfa
sidewalk next to the University eqneliratlon of cattle, to.. in all of the
ground. Many t liiink 1 counties wen of tbe mountain, and auch
A. C. Hunter ha found hi horse P" ent. will b dded or deducted a to
which atrayed out of the Fainiiouut m"a ih? w,MBlflI" on horse 130 and
pasture. ' tua Bountaius about hall a mnch.
lll I. i . J nn . .
I1tm ... i , i i " wm uiaaaa mine oi ou per cent, in
Our Sunday . h(K)l ha an average ciack.nua. 10 In Coo. and llvJ. as in
HOW', SOIlie of Mud and 60 In datum, .,.! Ill n.. ..n, n
I.1. ........ .l L - . Z. --'-. V-....
iiacaamaa, Jicnton, Aiullnomab, Colum-
Two hop buyer her yesterday from a
The ihortest day of 1891 occur next
Cyras Watklns la confined to his real
deooe with sickness.
The churches contalniHl ginnl wngre
The supper at tbe Episcopal ohurch Inst
Saturday evening waa liberally attended.
E.J. Fraaierand E.G. Lake leave for
San Francisco tonight to speud Hi holi.
The marshal captured Recorder Dorr Is' attendance of about 4o
horse today, which U iu the pound await, the scholars are attending at Eugene.
1. "'. . . The cougar w hlch ninde such a im-b' and Waahiueton.
inv taier t oni nanv. wo learn, nave niot on t ih i non r.,ur ul. ..... I Ann form mi of ti nn n 1,,1 in.
also retained L. Hilyeu on their behalf wa seen again Sunday on the railroad ,n,'eP Ml disonssed and no doubt will
uu uiuir ruii, wun uie ciiy. inicn mine pritleliml part of the town. auopieu. in most 01 laecoonue mort
The manager of tbe Free Read in a Room Some means should be taken to kill It .' eiied at their f sea value,
were made hippy by the gift of a dictionary r sonio of the children will come up lu aiultin.mah eountyit ts only al
00 longer needed lu the University hilsslng somotline. r M) per cent. Thi will be equalized.
H. V. Fuller nd family, of W.lla Wall; I Homo of Hlf iMtofavar emnlnln. rr.TZrZ . .. w?y 'ra.
spent Sunday in Engen.: They s. ,rted ,0, Ingof thelreabl mysriously ft riStoi to T T wbU Z
lb.., home tbi. morning. muring. We do not w ish to susit II Iu Coo. to J In TUlaminf S-"e5 n, .?
r nil Ilt nii oiiine tin from the Head anyone In bairniount, but clreumstan- lu.iii
of Tide yesterday. He reimrt the road W8 I10'"' "it her Ulifttvorobly to certain number of acres of land, and
clear except the slide at Tilton rock. IMjrtleji In thl plaoe. A word to the this greatly retards tbe work of tbe board.
Eight new dwelling are assured In ' "nu "!lro.d.Uu.d." ! "
Falrtnout.t a ms.n as the weather will ,.uuwt lias a number or men em- 'D0 f u.m.
porn.lt Some or them will bo n.odel "
with l.lth trv-t In Eugene, and tmtlst-1 55 w0sW Cl!'M,p, a'iW-67J.: J"
or beauty and elegance.
Mr. W. Hollo war left Saturdav nisht on
the Southern I'aclUo railroad vi Soia-
meoto on a viait to her pareota in Chicago.
She will be gon about six month.
Prof. T. M. Martin an ivrd last niuht on
the Florence stai; (o receive medli-al treat-
ment lor Ininrira received some Urn since
at Rosebnrg from which he has not fully
Butler Blachley, ho ho been visiting
here, received a dispatch last evening from
hi home at Palous City, Wash., auuouno
ing ths sodden death of hi eldest daugh
Rrownsvlllo Thill's: Rev. O. 1.
Travis, of Eugeiip. vlsltwl our school
on Wednesday; hM short address to
tlio pupils was excellent: he I a wel
come visitor here.
mg a u-foot solid board fence on the
soiilh ldo or the park, or rather a
There Is talk of a woolen mill belnir
put up here In the spring near where
the old Smith barn Is, also a broom
factory, to lio placed along tho mill
race where land has been reserved for
manufactories, also several new house.
Cuttag-o Grove flewt.
Leader, Dec. 18,
A. J. Diggin & Co., of Row River, are
running lumber down lh river tied up in
bunches. This la new experiment here,
end if successful will add very mnch to ths
obeapoea of th transportation of lumber.
Ou th Row river about two mile east of
town, th county road has been entirely
washed out, end the owner of lb proper-
233. Llun, tumble
Rheep Rated at ai.79.
Balkm, Or., Deo. 15. Tb state board of
equalization discussed tb sheep and swine
taaessment today. It waa decided to make
uniform assessment of 11.75 per fcaad of
sheep all over the slat.
Mr. Whlsmsn lost t bora and harueaa In
Indian creek. 8 mile this de of tbe Head
of lids 1 on 1 bis Isst trip. Th animal hr near the old roadway positively refuse to
drowned and had to be out loos to aav allow any poasag through their possess-
lu.im ui iu, i.ui, I ion. lllllS CNtlslua creal Innnnvenlonfla In
I " r.
All that nart of Falrmonnt lvlnir hoe living !, by shutting off travel
north of lilWnth street i bclnir
llaid Ml Items.
O. Qoble cantured a lanni Inr a rVw
Doke Ixiwell has got all of his cattle
homo but about nine head.
Hilly Pengra, of Sprlngtlcld, I at
thl place gathering cattle.
Can anyone tell u why Hannan did
not go over the river Sunday?
Mrs. Patrick's daughter, from Port
land i at till place now aud will re
main all winter.
Mis Illume, tencher of tlm Knrtli
fork school, visited 1
A Bin Prlnerlll News: Lost Salur.
day a scoundrel and swindler, who called
r. W. Wesley, wa arrested for obtaining
money under fait pretenses. He laid in
tail until Tueadsr. on which da ba waa
given beating before Justice Bell and at night with tiie nightingale's beaul
aiocnargea. 1 lie man came to town a day
or two before he wa arrested and repre-
uiniwn open 10 the puiiiio, THIS Is a
great Improvement and itsconvenleiice
Is appreciated by the dwellers in that
Halsey News: We have Information
from Allmny to the ell'ect that Clia.
liOiuien, who is held as an accessory to
the murder of lionry Ingram, litis
made a confession acknow ledging com
plicity iu the terrible all'alr.
Two nightingale, male and female.
inado a habitation for themselves on
the bank of the Willamette river,
three mile from Aurora during the
summer months. The female ncted
there, raised her young, and the bird
have gone south for the winter months.
People in the vicinity say that at niirht
time tiio sonirs of tlie male bird were
delightful to listen to. loung nieti
would wlilstlo In aiiMwer to tho bird
and the little creatures would then re
spond In the most charming vocal
strains. It I only a question or a few
year when Oregon's forela will ring
vislted at T. II. McChiin'
A rviimli tt flu ira Inui vn..utU
. - ' O a ' vM.-avi a iiuiq inn nWK,
between tb Row river country and town. T. ..
Bohemu'ln! Aral f l'a ! d?W" '"f M 'P ttt 1,ralri WM mistaken,
Uobemia tb first o( th week end report a we have onlv Inui a fW Iiu Iwh, tA
very flatterina Drosneots from th. 'An,,l. l":e.0"'' l"ltI lnUies, to
utnu 11, uu au avcraire, au over 1110
very Muttering prospects from th "Annie
mlue, 11 say a tunnel was put in through
the aide of the monutalu which tapped the
ledge nearly one hundred feet below tbe
tbe surface, and that they hv a well de
fined ledge with much richer ore than haa
been milled during the tummei, Tbe pay
A, C. MeClure while returning from
hi place the other day heard a pig
squealing in me nriisn, aim on going
to the place found that a cougar had
stretk In the ledge I about six feet In uight a pig, he ran at tho cougar on
wmtii. 101 win yet prove to be tb rich
est mining district In th state.
Special Meeting; of City L'onucll.
Ilia linmA mill Ilia Mlllmip run nn m w.
be came home for hi gun and dog, and
when he went back the dog treed two
in the same tree, bo he captured both.
Council met at tho city hall Friday
evening In special mission.
Present Mayor ' MeChing, Council
men Walton, Urlflln, Preston, Pago,
Dorrl and Oshurn.
1 he following pns-eodln were had
imimmmI. 'I Iia nnlhintifw nivilill
U'lilnirofoverlOirailoiia of either of everlastingly throwing things In aud
alsivewiinbustlbles by one person with- l,0"ttl10. uuw Pnhyterinn church
Dec, 18, 1891.
Should the Odd Fellow perfect the
n Mi)Z.ZZr. orKnlz"t' ofaltHlge In Vlorenw, a
"and "iKSSS'-S: remand " fM'
The onllnance prohlblU tlie 'jntmctor Sdiulto and Hanta are
lu the city limits.
On motion, the bill of J. O.
for fit), wa ordered paid.
lented that he had been sent here to xem-
ins tns ucnooo mine, tie bad a boot. :" i " . IV- .7.. . : I, . ," W. r. " . -r-"
saddls and bridle and oom mony. lie , ", . V ,DgKfu ,B, XM" , cn V, " ' . RUU P,iMHl'u'
la conjunction with Ordinance, repealing ordlnaiiflo to
noe" tb Portland prevent the digging or cesspool within
put np at tb Prinevill house, sot M
quainted with C. 8. Smith, told th (tor?
of hi mission, got a little "full," played
?:me or two, got broke and borrowed cash
rom air. Smith, offering to draw a check
for that amount. In all he got Into Smith
about $70. Then be atrtick genial Bob
Harrington and borrowed 125, offering hi
pony tor security, men wo.n It got dark
b. spirited tbe pony out of th stable and
left. A warrant wa issued for hi arrest
and Sheriff Booth caught hi man in tb
Upper Ocboeo ooun ry and returned him
to town, and hi hearing resulted a above
ststeu. a it u not a crime to borrow mon-
ev, no rose could be made against him, but
that h is a greet (windier goes without
ssying, He left on Wedceedey for part
Masbbiid. In Eneene. Oregon, at th
Rectory, by Rev. D. E. Loverldge, Dm.
VI. Wl. Cbaa. P. Oreoorr and Annia E.
Briner, all of Lane eonnty, Oregon,
nefarious and Indictable game of roping in
13. unwary 1001 10 me piircnaae 01 I lie
outlying country, worth Derbao on hun
dred dollars per ore, for from ten to fif
teen time tnat amount, In lot fifty by on
hundred feet, according tn thir depravity,
It I remarkable that inch a condition of
affairs can exist where a modloutn of oom
moo amis ihould prevail to wvn tbe anwa
ryof tbe inflated price asked; but some
how, under tha influence of lame tvne. bin
advertisement and journalistic . influence),
poor people are bypunlized lo uiak of
tbemselve share on tb installm.nl plan
to tb shark of th outside additions. Of
eonrs It I only folks of moderate circum
stances mat are caught m tb mesne ol
their humbug farm land. ' People of poor
urroundinga, hopeful of arising out of
their preeout level to tbe bliss ol home of
their own re victims of tb real estat.
boomery. Tb (bark canltallr on thi
a thousand per oent. and with their ally
will probably continue lo fleece tbonssnds
of dupes notwithstanding onr warning pro-
On motion, adjourned.
E. E. BURLINCAME'8
HwUMI UIMUL o LABORATORY
btablUhed In rolordo. twi WinrrtbrfniHo.
lpre ui frcelv pruntpl ftiul wfut ftttcitUoii
Said I Silver Bullion ; IrSLVVf
AUiaM, 17M 1 17tt Urmss It, Ssstm, Otta,
The Jonctloa Times ba the follow In
concerning tbe forthcoming election content
w mat city:
II seems that tb city election I reallv
to be contested. Attornivi for both sides
bv been her gathering up facts and
wbll both sides are a little unlet a to
What U being done, it seems tbe matter will
get into court. Tbe ground for t ie con
test will be tbst tb ludues of th election
refused to receive bsllot of those wbo bsd
failed to pay tbeir taxes, tb eity charter,
it I raid, making auch provisions, claiming
that tb said portion ol tb charter la con
trary to tbe constitution of the Ute. At
torneys naiioo a niipworin Has neen re-
En Route Home.
The following card reached us this
JIUTl.KK, JIo., Pee, 14, '01.
Eiiitok (jIitaiid, Dear Friend: I
reached here Saturday the ll'th at 9 p.
m. with nn aivldcnt on my way. Was
tired, but well. Had nodelav. wrecks
or blockades on the way. It Is pleas
ant here, no now, and but little snow
in tho mountain through which I
passed. I leave hero tonight for St.
Ixiuls, and fnnii there the evening or
the 17th ror Eugene. Am with my
brother here, hut long lor Oregon and
Eugene friend. Truly,
U. A. Dlaih.
Hilled lis m Hauaway Accident.
Tim Dai.I.kh, Dec. 18. Word ha
Just reached here from Prlneville, of
tho death of Alexander Finlayson,
near that place, Monday last, Mr.
Finlayson wa one of tho oldest and
best-known sheen men In Eastern Ore
gon, He was returning from Prlne
ville. after comiiletinir the nurchaso of
a band of sheen, when hi horses were
frightened and started Ut run away.
Mr. Pinlayaoi. waa thrown between
the wagon bed and hind wheel, so
firmly wedging him In that when he
ws found he wa dead and tho wheel
locked. Mr. Mnlayson was of Scotch
birth, and nfly years of age.
putting In seat and irettlnir ready
generally for tho ChriHtnuu tree.
Why I It not, right now, a good
time to ntrltuto that daily mail busi
ness again ? A continued pounding at
thl thing will eventuate in accom
plishing that which will tend to our
It will be retnomliered that some two
mouth ago, while walking to liose-
burg, Prof. Martin wa unfortunate In
striking hi leg against a log and from
the educt of which he ha since suf
fered more or less until the present
time when It Is so imitifiil a to excite
alarm lest It culminate iu Mometiilng
serious. The giMsl gentleman left thl
morning for Eugene whither he goes
hopiiiK to derive a beiietlt under Din
skilled treatment of the physician of
that city. AH Florence together with
Tho West wish him an early recovery
and a Hi'dy return. He expect to be
nbseut alxMit two week.
A riant for Sclo.
S.lim, Or., Dec. 7. Bine correct fig
urea of Multnomah's asaeaauient for lHJl
were added lo tbe tola) taxable property of
tbe st it", tbe irrand total la iliH.447 74H.
taineil by tbe coutcsUnt and L. Bilyea by $11,3 H), (MA) larger than last year. Tb
the cbileodants. A far w have been I board ol eiinsllratlon were working todav
able to learn tb legslity of tbe tax de
clared delinquent by the eity council,
should be Stilled. Tbi I conceded by all
those with whom w have talked and a
number have staled that their tax money 1
ready n proof of tb legality of lb tax.
And if 11 la not legal, II will Iben be known
and all wrong can be rlgbtened and II legal
and Juat, lb lax can Iben be collected. We
regret very mnob tbi enibroglio but it
seem that Junction is not lb only plac
thai ba t conical on Its bands.
CaetrU l-eostw Ptgectfow,,
etoinach, Piarrhqia, and reverkbaeai
Tbu tb child is reodered healthy and iu
elep aataral, CtorU contain no
atorj bfue or other; narootic property.
"OaorU la so wed adapted lo ehAlrea thai
ryr-svsu A'-, ruoja, n. T.
I VMS Caetnrla la nr twmtl A at
fxUilj aOaptm lo n4,m of chlWran."
ALSX. Kxirrarrj, M. U.,
11C7 bl A.. stawTark.
To Cnrrica Co, TI aturray flt, X. J,
"Heap Llkee Veliky Gal."
Rev. Dr. Talenlin A. Lewi n( the See
ond Prealiyterlan Church at lkooklyn I
about to begin a crowd, sgainal lb Chi-
neee Sunday school system by which voaog
women are employed in teaching Mongol
Ian, lie believes Cbluameo would not at
tend the Chinese mUaion ontiaecled with
tha church unless they bad Mlractife teach
er lo lb young ladir. Hi view Is thai
th average Caiuawaa, wbo allenda Sandsy
school ceree httle sbool lb bible. He
say parent, ars doing a greet wrong
to tbeir daughter I allowing tbem to
teach Co In. men who go to Monday school
only to it beside the girl. He declares
lb practice is likely to cause trouble, and
Ibe evil should be (topped l once. Dr.
Lewi bad appointed committee to in
veatigate tb management of the Chinese
Sunday schools, and expects to mak some
'radical reform. !J. t. Bulletin. 1
on telrurapb line and by tomorrcw Mult-
monab's total will be ready, Tba equali
zation ou bogs wilt add j ter cent, in
toos cuiiuty, ma smaller per cent in mt
rsl rouotie. Ihere will be a
reduiimn of 40 per cent, in Har
ney, 'it per cent in Malheur and anwll pet
Mills in others.
Tbe Imerd today Anally deeMed) to oases
sbsep uniformly at l.?a per head aH over
tbe ute. it wo decided lo aiaes hogs al
Oateuxavwst kkssl perlatleatdeiil
8ai.ii. Dee. 18 Re. Q. If. Irwin ha
tendered bis resignation a superintendent
of the guvomiuem Indiaa training school at
Cheni iirt, Bear Ibiteilv. II resigned lo
re enli 1 ne ministry. Irwin wa appointed
under Pie Ukut Harrison in August ISh'J.
SucHiKe-SALK. SherllT Xoland Dec
llnh sold at imbllu sale the Ih iirv
Sehwaner farm In Mohawk valley,
eoiiHlstlng of 210 acres, on an execution.
11 waa ui.i in ny Knooo Uro.. the
Judgment creditor for the sum f
A Flour. A waiter tnd Chinese took.
i'n be, of the HofcuAn iiouae. bad a fight.
V e. win, in wtic'b Jcha, as saual, rame
mi .-r d1 tt. Tbev were arre.Ud bv
M,i'ui.l Kaitland, and taken, before tbe
' tyrtft who flji4 eawtt ot thco
Mr. floins, of Si lo, wa in Einreno
the other day and made a contract
with Crouch & Houston for an electrlo
lighting plant for Sclo. They will
furnish Hit) incandescent Utrhta and VI
are liifht. There I considerable In
quiry from abroad about the Crouch
Houston dynamo, and it Is pretty cer
tain to develop into a largo Industry.
Short Lived Dihtinctios. Tho
Dulles Sun: An item I going the
round of the press that Sherman coun
ty I the only one In the state that hn
not a saloon within It borders. Such
wa poHslbly the caso for a hort tlmo
after the two aohsm keepers, at Grants,
were fined for violation or the license
law, but the county wa not allowed
to enjoy uch distinct Ion long, as out
side or drug stores, there is at leat one
pUice where the "long felt want" i
supplied; The owner call hi naloou
a rattlesnako ranch and there are not a
few who make regular call ror the
purpose of getting bit or spcuiling one.
Married. At tho home of the
bride's parent at Jasper, Wednesday,
Den-mber lrt, A. II. Sunderman aud
Lulu Smith, N. H. Alley, of Eugene,
ofTlclatlng. Mis Lulu I a daughter
of J. L. Smith, one or Lane county's
good men and heavy ranchers. 'I'lier
groom, Mr. Sunderman. i a minister
or the Christian ehiiren and is em
ployed by that people a county evan
gelist in thl county.
r.KK'K at FbonK.vcE.-Tn tho build
ing or the lii:ht house at Ilcccta Head
and the erection of builitinirs in
Florence next year, several million of
brick will be needed and a there are
no conveniences fur lmiirt!ng o larger
an amount, thev .will nconsiirily lj
manufactured there. Mr. M. F. Park
er inform ns that a company will
soon be formed fur that purjio-e to man
ufacture on a very lurjre eale.
Boxa rrrsxtsc. In climate tbre U
aoma diSereae between that ol tb. W ilium
ette vaMey tod Eaitera Orcein a ilia fol
lowing I rum the Pendleton Ejft Ot- :..av
will prove. "iMiow-dtitM :ilt d . p !
pear ia tb lane between W: t.:u a-, i
Atben. which is sai.l to be aWi ii::y ..--i-bl.
Snow has drifted ,!so m tie rr-vU
north ol Pendleton, nuskirg travel lS..i,"'