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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1892)
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EUGENE, Oil., SATURDAY. JANUARY .50, 1892.
PCHLIS0ED EVERY BATUBDAY.
...ici.- 1 1 the East side f Willamette
t''VJu Seventh and Eighth Street
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4STu K. or lea. on. Insertion Ms
;'liri. local column, 20 cenU
IS ib work wut be paid ro u ilivhi.
pitt. - - - ORKGOJt
ernfiK-lieerut 7 ft 8 McClareu Buildiug.
irfiweiM attention glen to Collections
.- . XXT eHurwlwi
i it (iip. . . Oregon.
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E. O. POTTER,
rrcFVE. - - OREGON.
Ornci- Room in Conser's Block.
a eeii I rn
ItU. IVI. lillLLLn
attorney and Ccunsollor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
fl'GEXECITY. - OREGON.
Aire In Maonic Temple.
IVUl.UllUclll V.V X ttj tVAI.
Thysicians and Surgeons,
Rooms Over City Drug Store.
A. E. GALLAGHER,
tUQEXE CITY OREGON.
Srecitl attention given to Frobate bueinetn
Ornci Over Lane County Bank.
DR. J. 0. GRAY
rvFFICE UPSTAIRS . IN YOUNG'S
VS block, oppoaite Goabd office. All work
Uuihin; gu administered for painteas ax-
mint 01 teetn.
J. S. WALTER, M. D. S.
DtnulRiiomi Willamette Street, oppoeita
w . lintel,
LINN & SON,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
CtiBui and Caskets always on hand. Pre-
r-'" .aa tmDttimiug Bodies a Specialty.
Jlht call, prompty attended.
Bondance, Recond house eontb of Metho-
"".nurch, Willamette street.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
T HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
improed and Unimprored Town
-r-lur uie, on eaey terma.
,J In'uranoe Companiee I represent ara
'TV ' 01de.t aud moat Reliable, and in
"'ft andEgurtABLi adjuatment of their
T iaxi) Second to Nom.
Ware r,f T'rtir Dttimun 1. mnHnltA.
B. F. DORRIS.
' UCEH, PEISt. W. I. PICT, CA8HIEI
Eugene National Bank
EUGEXE CITY, OREGON.
SSL" 'CAPITAL, 130.000
"tu general banking bosineaa.
d n Boaio of DiBECToas:
' Uton f w ogborn, i C Chnrch. 8 M
' M Hodaon, C Lanor. 1 E Diria.
Act oa a aew prtnctpt
tnlaw the 1m, etBmack
and baw thnmfk On
mtm Pa. Hnn Pnxa
tprerMf twrt bttonm,
torpid irnr aad eanMlpa
koa. VmalhaM, mild.M,
ttamrk (rr M emclMa.
a.'d k. . auaeiia,auaaii,iaa,
4b" B- beh: LEY.
F. L. POSSON & SON,
By fur the largest
Trees, Ferf illzers, Bulfis, Roses, H. I. goats' bbb Supplies.
We are Northwestern Agents for
uiuwcu anu ueaters in tue world.
F. L. POSSON A. SON.
I E. Lnckey
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils,
Brushes, Etc., Etc.
Prescription Department in Competent hands.
Lane County Bank.
HOVEY, HUMPHREY 4 CO.
A. G. ilorar, :
U. C. Humphrey,
: : Prenidont
: : Ciuliler
J. M. Abiuks, :
Transacts a General Banking Business.
University Books ore,
McClarens Buildin ,
(Oppoeite F. t. Wilkina' DniK Store.)
IIa an extensive Stock of
COLLEGE AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Mercantile, Fancy and School Station
ery, Blank Books, Cutlery, ttc.
rF-Orders for Books and Subscriptions
lo Newspapers and Periodicals promptly at-
Rnwel Troubles, and Cramp, Colic, or
any Internal or External Pain. Ask your
druggut tor it
J S. LUCKEY,
Clocks. Watches, Chains. Jewelry, Etc
ReDa'rinflC I'roroptly itxecutca.
J. S. LUCKEY
E. Scfiwarzschiltj, Prop.
(Pucceseor to Geo. Collier)
BOOKS, STATIONERY, MAPS,
WALL PAPER SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
n.r. bv mail oromptly attended to. Ad-
dreai Lock Box ll'J.
Cash, h Prices,
b rnm and after Feb. 1. 1891,
ray terms will be strictly cash.
Prices Put Down to Bed
rock. I will not D6
Hio-liest market irico Paid
Infp. If not all trailed
out will pay balance in Cash.
J. H. Whiteaker,
dealers on the Coast in
D. M. Ferry & Co., the largest Seed
Real Estate Irannters.
Joh mid John Da v Ion to Annie Dn
vlo8, fractional lot 2, iu fractional blk:
II, Mulligan's donation; ftiOO.
J C Gocxxlnle to Fannlo Palmer,
T R Horry to E J Frasier, undlvldcii
inU'i-CHt in loU 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 12, It,
and 14, block 62, Chicago addition; B
ho J InU'reat In lot 17 of Miller's addi
T It Jlcrry to E J Fraaier, lntrwt
In all of Fnwier & Berry's part of llor
ence, exwpt blocks 32, iW, 40. 41, 4y51,
64, 59, 08, CD, and lot 8 block alno
lotBll, 10, 11 and 12 and fractional lots
8 and 13, block 07; $1050.
T R Berry to E J Finder, I lots 1, 2,
3, 4 and 5, block 18; $50.
Mrs M A Mount, admlnWnifrix, io
J W Oowdy, 137.73 acros in Tp 20 8, It
4 W;f 1,000.
Oregon & California It It Co to Jno
L Olllold, 80 acres In Tp 20 8, It 5 W;
James O Donthllt to R B Healej, Wl',
acres in T lfiH, R 2 W; f lOOO.
An-illa Duckworth to Harvey Duck
worth et al, 1)4 acres In T 17 8 R 5 Vf't
It Was an ,Impreilon."
There never was a more surprised
and dumbfounded man than a certain
well known merchant in this city
whose wife presented him a short tlnio
ago with a little Chinese baby. ."My
!" he exclaimed, when the nurse
deposited the new-born infant In his
arms, "Where did you get this?" "It
is yours" emphatically declared the
nurse. The bewildered man gavoone
affrighted glance at the baby's queer
little pigeon eyes, high, cheek bones
and bald pate with dark shadowy tuft
at the crown and nearly fainted away
lie tried to persuade himself that he
was the victim of some horriblo night
mare, but tho evidence of his senses
was too convincing. Ho flew to his
wife's bedside to find her also in a most
distressed state of mind over tho ad
vent of tho minaturo Ah Hln. "It Is
all due to that wretched Sunday school
of yours," he could not help moaning.
For a long time his wife Lad been a
zealous teacher In one of the local tsun
day schools and had been endeavoring
to Instill the gospel Into the benighted
..li.wlj rifaflimsiif Chinese. Her labor
among them had so Impressed their
features upon her mind as to produce
the disastrous results. Whether or not
she will now give up her interesting
class is a matter unannounced. Phila
Chinks! Fiuht The Recorder fined!
Jim, the Cliina cook. S. Tba other
Cbioaman was tried and loquittf d.
When Baby was sick, we jare her Oaetorla.
When aba was a Child, aha cried for Oaatoria.
Whan aha became HiM, h clung lo Caetaria.
Whan aba had Children, aba gaa than Oaatoria.
The Celebrated Frencb Cure.
Is Bold o a
of nerrou. diwM
uia tnraUTe f-ii-uof
fndn ! hM.ca.1 t
BEFORE aKof Stlmalauti, AFTER
T'.bacca orOvtaia.ortlirguah Toaihfallndfaeiw
l!on.orrlaaulnre,4c .eurba lumot Halt
h, er. WikilDrM,Barlnadown FalnslrsaUat
( k.semlnalWeaancw.brMerla, Serroni Jr
talloo, Norrornal Imlaloaa, Lacarrhva, lc
alnim, Wak MemorT. Ixwof Cower and Inwo-Uni-y,
whtcb II neahriplolten 1pI to prematura)
d'A ate and lnnitr. rrica 1.H a boi, t boaca
furr'"". Seat rT mail ourerlpto( price
A WBITTKM OCARAHTtl U (rlren far
evwr I'xuU order TerelrH, tit trl and the money li
Iteraaaent rura la not eftated. We bat
t'imiaivliol (errttmonlale (mm old and toubc.
i, l both re., who hara been a rmanentlr mnwt
trthetweetAphrailiUoa. Clrralar Iraa. Addreaa
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Wtftcra Jtraoch. bat 27, foalLtau. Oa.
Sold by I .R. LUCKEY A Co.. tniiac
E ie-ne, u ..
Five prisoners in tbe county jail st pre -
A gentleman has rented a iooui in the Ti-
tm block (or a rettaurunt.
E. J. Fraaier recovered fr..ni hi- illness,
and ia now at Monterey. CalilorniH. '
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i roi. jitiruns leg is nt.i improving.
The wilt air will not permit it to Ileal.
J. It. Cirti nftYhl, of Portland, who
was very ill with pneumonia, ha re
covered. Prof. Roork orpmlzeil a Farmer's Al
liance at Junction last week, with 11
Mii Rota M'illinuin of C'l t.c drove is
learning tbe telegraph biihiH in ibe Pos
tal ofilcu, Ibia city.
A marriage lieenso was isuel taday
by County Clerk Walker to Louis
liuudy and Edith Parker.
J. B. MoOlaine, an Oregon iiiuoccr of
1813, died at Haleui Jauavr 1, .axrd 72
years, lie was quite a pobtiviiui.
vm. Blanton, wbo live, uu th bills
about fonr miles south of Liii ne k,ys tbnl
the sun is tunning brightly at um piuce to
dsy. W. T. Campbell, of MeKen.ie. pre
cinct, is building a Uiru on his Ninth
street projH-rty, just cast of the mill
Salem Statesman: The etiquette of
ieni-year Is that trms Hhoulil not lro-
ikmo unless they can supMirt a hus
band. CuUDty Clork Csder Powell, of Mitltun
mab, teoeired somti bard knocks from the
assessor, Geo. Senrs, in tbe Oregutimn of
Tbe Bontbsra Facitlo Co.'s businors at
Engeue this year us rejioitiHl by Agent
L. U. Adair exceeds ibiit of hiht year by
Mr. Howe, of Howe & Jlice, retnrtifd
from a business trip to 8sn Fraucixro
Thursday night coming via ibo I'ortUud
8. P. Hluddeu and wife were passen
gers on the overland train lied night
for San Francisco. S. C. Sladdcu ae-
T. E. Wyatt, who lives aboiil ten
miles north of Eugene, has sold his
farm to a California man for $22 mt
acre. He Kives immediate ihisscssioii.
A Eugene physician gives a practical tent
in regard to tbe purity of water, l'lmm it
in a glass ai d shake violently, and if there
is Impure animal mntler rontniutd it will
betray tbe samo by tbe smell.
Mrs. Plilllipiil, who lives alsuit eiL'lit
miles north of Eueene, had her arm
dislocated last spring and never had It
iroperly set. The physicians now tell
icr that It can not U set as there is
lunger of bursting an artery.
Dallas Itnmizer: Wo notice a bull dozen
or more of our eiubiiiigm crying sour grapes
since tbey failed to get the county priutiug.
The lew looked all tight to them while it whs
up before tbe leiHluture, nud even up to
the very hour of tbeir failure to come out
In a private letter from J. S. Woolcy,
of Harney county, Eastern Oregon, to
a friend iu this city, he says they are
having severe cojd weather there and
the snow is very deep. It Is Iris Inten
tion, he says, to get out of that cold
country as soon as possible and come
to Lnnu county, where the climnte is
All traveling men say that Corvallls
has tho brightest future and the best
Improvements of any town in the Wil
lamette valley. Gazette. That's just
the way they talk about Albany, aim
we'll wager some of them even do It at
Salem and EiiL-ono when they are
thero. The truth is, Corvallls, Salem,
Euireno and Albany are all iu the
swim. Albany IX-mocrat.
Cottage Grove Leader: J. II. Sharp,
the Bohemia miner and J. McYwuu,
both of whom have valuable mining
interests in the Bohemia mountains,
left for their claims last Monday, and
will l absent for some time. The
snow is now keeping many people out
of the Bohemia country. Lively times
will bo seen up there as soon as spring
opens with nice, warm weaitter.
Cottage Grove Leader: The cliacl
car Evangelist was one of the interest
ing attractions of this city for about
three weeks. It was conducted by
Rev. E. G. Wheeler, who ellicted a
Missionary Baptist organization, Sun
day, January 17, of seventeen niemlicrs
as follows: W. G. Day, W. C. Sonvlls,
Mr. and Mrs. 1). 1). Smith, C. V. Sor
rclls, Alex Smith, L. G. Sonvlls, M. F.
Sonvlls, M. M. Sorrells, G. II. Jackson,
8. C. Sorrells, J. L. Hunter, G. W.
Johnson, 8. B. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs.
F. 8. Younger, and James Moore.
Thirteen have united with the organi
zation since. Rev. Donnell, State Evan
gellst anil Rev. Milam are continuing
tho meetings in the Union church
CastoHai promote Digestion, and
OTurcuuiea Flaiuluucy, Coustipution, Bour
Btomacb, Dlarrhia, and FeverUiness.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and Its
sleep natural. Castor! contuina no
Morphine or other narcotic property.
" Castnria Is so well adapted in children that
I reooraroeod it aa superior to any pmrrlption
known to u." H. A. Ar hib. M. Ii .
S rortiand Ate., iruoklyn, N. Y.
" I tna Castnria In mf prartlm. and And It
specially adapted to ..'Tertions of rhil.trea."
Alu K' Siarsfis, M. D ,
lo'.7 iid Ave.. New York.
Trt Cnrarm Co, 77 Murray Be, V. T.
I'F.PAU ItLOCK PAY KM EST
1 Tilt' l ust ami M Mil iir" of Huililiiig- ill
! Since llicro him been munn lulk about piiv-
!" Wdlowet e '". "T l'"-v, "ml "r
: lunn kind. oJ ,Mve,,wnu have t.-ii ug-
(tested I tit. following from 'lie uiiimuvi r
, iVihiml iaii relative i.. the uuinnci of build-
ing a crdur block Mv.MiKiit hii.I its cet
will be read with iuti'i. -I line: t be ater ( o. anticipated the event,
Au srtitiiMnl ruihttoUH wui l ii l it the and is prepared to appeal In the u
outer tile of Die Kiilcanlk. This eiirbing prellie colli t. It is prohuhlc (bat it is a
in mx iuch. s Hi iek hmI cvtemU nliieeii itles(ioii to gain time, and that as soon
inches below the gfmle of I lit. mi re. I, mid as coliilitioiis MTl 1 1 i t a new pilliiiiig
cosis forty-Uve ceiils per linenl loot. 'I he 1 Mat loll w ill In' built,
roudway wan carefully excivnled lo u ileplb It would have Uvtl thoilKiluls of dol
o( suteen Hiid ime hsK milus Mow lliu iu- j b,M in the Water company's tivieurv
li noeii -Hi hit ui ill ueei, iiiiix i.im not
10 mil lur ri'illio tt'ititt lilt' I'reetT i Jteit.ii'
lion. The Mili giitile having been comput
ed, ii coining of not lens than three niches
of clean land ViitHeveulv spread o'er' Ihe
surface of the sllcels between cuibs. This
Hand wit thoroughly tucked by uieain of a
heavy toller; Jin n a louiidatlou of olio and
one half inches of cetlar boards . laid
lengiliwihv nl the street close together on
one inch by leu inch cedar stringers uuder
the ends nud center, stringers were rl rally
imlieilileil till the loumliitiou plank
lown llrmly oil lh. snnd lT pop this
foundation live cidir blocks, pylindtiral in
hluipe, not 1.8 than live inclien, nor more
than ight in diameter and sn inches iu
letiglli weie placed oil eud. Tliemt blocks
were cirefully stt upon their bses and
driven logithi r so Ibiit tbe uitirstices
between Ihe blocks were not more
lhuu (one ahd oue bulf iucbes uur less
than three-quartern of an inch. The spa
ces between tbe blocks aero filled Wltb
clean, K're'iitd dry gravel Unit whs not less
limn nne-ipiarter nor more thuu one inch in
si.o. This yraV i aa ihoruiibly rammeil
with proper tools, tellll' d and thoroughly
rammed again. The hi reel was then agsiu
sprinkled with rleau iliy gravel of suflicieut
thickucss that when swept it left the inter
stices between Ibe blocks well tilled. Cross
walks were made by raising tbe sub grade
parallel lo the cross walks and Iheu psving
ss tbe balance ol tbe street.
Wherever Ihe paving joins au lltipaved
street a curbing of fir timber six by twelve
inches was llrmly set on eilge to bold the
blocks iu proper pluces. There is a street
railway iu tbe center of tbe street with or
diiiary T rails. Tbe blocks are held in
place along this linn by means of a fir tim
ber four Inches thick by twelve deep that is
set firmly ngainst the cross ties. The cost
of this pavement was H.'J'J per square yard .
l'lciisaut Hill Items.
Rev. A. 1). Skaggs has sold bis residence
to S. li. Callixou.
Dr. Prentice hss been called to attend
Mrs. B. C. Baxter, who is very ill st ber
Those suffering from la grippe nro nil im
proving. Mis. J M. Keency nnd little daughter of
Jasper, also dir. T. II. heeney, of l.ugene,
made this place a Hying visit lousy
W. L. Rristow has been appointed F.M.
at this piece in place of H. llaudsnker re
s tenet! His bonds havo been sent to tbe
department wilb C. A. Davis and 8. Rig'
don us bondsmen. I ho site of the post
ollice has also heen chnnged one and one'
balf miles west ol the present site.
There are in this district distilleries as
follows: Medford Distilling nud Refining
Company, aledford, Uregon; fortland Uts
tilling and Cattle Feeding Company, of
Troutdalc, Uregon; and tbe Uniontown
Distilling Company, Uniontown, Wash.,
having an aggregate mushing capacity daily
of about ti.'iU bushels, aud turning out about
gallons per day. these distilleries
have all beeu started wilbin the last year
ami have a capital of over f 150,000 iu
Tested in their plants.
The are nine rectifiers and '3211) retail
liquor dealers in tbe district. It is com
posed of tbe states of Washington, Oregon
and the territory of Alaska, and is divided
into seven divisions; Medford being tbe
third division of which Natbnnivl Lnngcll,
of Jacksonville, is divisional deputy.
BitANCH IN(1 On T. Independence
West Side hint this concerning tho well
known llrm of M. Svarverud &Co: M.
Svarverud & Co. havo Just opened a
hardware tore iu the building lately
vacated by J. F. O'Doliliell. Mr.
CampU'll, manager of the Independ
ence house, informs us that they will
carry a stock second to none. This
firm Is already well known In Folk
county, having been In the agricultural
implement business in tins city lor
some time, Tbeir initio in imple
ments iu the piist has lioen very satis
factory, and Messrs. Svarverud & Co.
intend to increase their business and
also to secure a fair share of the general
hardware trade or rolk county. If fair
dealings ami honest goods arc consider
ed by buyers."
Wiikat A Foot Dkkp. The follow
ing item is fcoing the rounds of the
state press, having Ist-ii condensed
from a lengthv article thut ama'ared in
tbe holiday edition of the Saieiii States
man: "F.X. Matthleu still owns the
land in Marion county, ls-tween Butte
ville ami Aurora, where the llrst crop
of w heal irrew that wus ever raised In
the Northwest. This piece of laud
illustrates tbe richness of Oregon soil,
for it has grown seventy-five crops nfj
wheat in seventy-six years, and it still
produces thirty-five bushels to the acre. Conn, living eight miles west of Rose
The wheat grown ou this laud, if I burg, came to town this morning with
snread on the surliuv, would occupy as !
great a depth as the soil has been cul-j
Din Not F.il. A day or two ago we
utibhsbed an item from a Corvallis paper
t.- ..ii.... f i.. ii knn- t r.
itimut to" laiiuio w. iu, wc. ii.. i, u. aj .
Hurd. The Gazette snys: L. L. Hurd, of
Ifcjseburg. was in the city Ibis we. k look-1
ing after business matbtrs. Mr. llnrd iu-
forms us that there is no truth in the ro-1
port in circulation and published in last
wick s Issue ol Ibe Oizette thst be was
financially embsrassed. He says bis finsn-
ciil sfluirs are in good condition ac t that
Irom present indications be has a bright
Buu prueit'uus luiurv utiiuitj utui.
i... i.. I u:m !
A CAt.f. Foil "Soap." A circular
has been forwarded by republican cam
paign managers In the J-Jist jKiiit.-iy de
manding lMistmnstcr in Clackamas
county ami other parts or uregon to
whack uti $5 for literature that proves
a protective tariff raises wages ami that
the fool foreigner pays the tariff on the
gissls lie sends us, every time. Come,
shell out now. Oregon City Courier.
FiiaiMCB Psizks The following Lane
eounlv people drew prizes in tbe recent
weekly ti.unn. I a drawing: Mrs. Isabella
Ware, Eugene, family tent; A W. Williams, I
Cobarg, piano stool; J. Ifetemi:s. Eugene, j
cariH-t sateper; J. I). Misbleer sulavription,
to Chatter Box.
The City Wins the Suit in Favor of - m T. ririii
Sewerage. -An Appeal I'robable. j Z't
ball, .l,r,!, Jan. Jl. 1 J"t
The opinion of Judge I'Iih-s was filed An,,,",
in the olllce of the county clerk today i k!', .L.'.hn ti,,flin..
1.isr;.vl,,g,be.,,Ju,,e1lo,i t.,al I.Hu fe
I f ... I III., oili fnim iikimv tin, is iiMi- . ' '
... ... i..m in, , ,..,,(,
exmst ructeil sewer. It is thought that
, ((, mvt IIOIH' HO lOllg aifll. ll llclllil
can is matie to mo statement thai u
prejudice, to a great extent unreasona
ble, wo think, has existed rtgnlust the
water furnished from the present
pumping station. A source of supply
that will not pos.slldy U eontamiiiateil
by the drainage of the eastern portion
of the town is easily procurable.
The Eugene sewer can bo used for
the purjMise for which it was Intended,
I, ui ii,., .,11.. rii,.., ..1.....1.1 ,.n..... ..
I .... .... Ulllieir, nill.tllll ItlOM, I. It'll-
I soiinoie time lor mo ater conipanv t
! euiv a Hew sourtv of slljiply. 'lb
' nwr necessity to many H'rsotls
and should not U eontainliiated
sewerage until a new supply Is
TIIK FATHER KIl.LKl).
Two Years Ago the Son Met Ills Death
on the Same Road.
1 will be remembered (bat about two
Tour siuoe a sou of J. M. Taylor, whose fam
liy lives on the tronk place, uear Ooshen
was killed in a railroad accident in Now
Mexico. He wssa biakeman ou the train
of which his father was engineer. Huturday
our dispatches chronicled tbe socideutsl
death of J. M. Taylor as follows:
Ai.iurm'Kitot'K, N. M., Jan. 22,
Early this morning a Raymond fc
Whiteomb siH-clal train going west and
the Atlantic A l'aellle passenger com
Ing east collided at BlueWater, seven
teen miles west of Albuniiemiio, and
Engineers Taylor and Moore, Fireman
Daggey and Conductor Morau were
killed. The fireman of tho special had
a leg cut oil. No serious li.Juries to
passengers are yet roimrted. Both en
gines were demolished. A sncclal
liearing olllcials of the road, went to
t tie scene or tne accident this morning.
A strong tooling is expressed here, as it
Is believed tho accident was the result
of criminal carelessness.
Mr. Taylor had been railtoading for near
ly forty years. Wbcn be brought homo the
remains ot bis son, bis wife by
every means suown tried to prevail upon
our nusoami 10 give up his dangerous svo
cation but without avail. He went back to
bis old job, and lo bis deslh.
The body of tbe dead eDgiueer will be
brought to Ooshen for interment in a few
days. He leaves a wife and several chil
dren lo mourn his untimely death.
Dally linsnl, Jan, 1.
Yextonlnv tiiornlnir tut. tniiimu oumo
into J. E. Bond's store pretending to
pursiiuso some goods. Wlillo Air,
Bond's back was turned to them they
each abstracted a pair of pants. They
started up tho mail and sold one pair
... it. 'i..i ia.i ,
btr 011. ii it-nn, tti 1'iiiriiiiuiiii, nun uie
other to John Kissinger of Fall Creek
and wit h the money returned to Eugene
and' became partially intoxicated,
Deputy Sherlfl ("roller's suspicions
were aroused aud alter thev were bleu
titled by Mr. Bond, were arrested while
t-atlng Bupiior at the Baker house last
evening. They were taken before Jus
tice Klusey tills morning and on a plea
or guilty received a sentence or thirty
days In tho county Jail. They gave
mo names or j. v. Mnitii and j;. u.
1'OKTIiAN'D RKJKCTH IT. MultllO-
mali county of which Portland Is
nearly all has rejected the tax levy
made by tho state olllccrs. and in so
doing has also refused to accept the
state board of equalization's work.
The county court of Multnomah coun
ty has made a levy of seventeen mills,
including state and school tax. Tho
clerk was Instructed to ignore tho work
of the state board of emializatiou ami
to carry out the extension of his - tax
rolls on the basis settled upon by the
county hoard of equalization and coun
ty court. On the assessed valuation of
$41,807,085 this will yield a revenue of
$710,732.00. The same levy under the
slate board's figures would have yield
ed a sum larger by $227,530.48. This
win leave the state short lust $133,840.-
70 on its apiMirtionment. Of course a
law suit will result, since Multnomah
refuses to nay state taxes on the same
basis as otner counties.
PsllyUuard, Jan. 'JS.
A kuixtkd. Sheri If N o 1 a n d, t li i s
iiioniiitir arrested Edward Stewart, a
tailor iu J.Davis' employ, for au as
sault with a dangerous wcaHn, upon
A. nwanson, the dangerous weapon
Is'ing a pair of scissors. Swanson was
the complaining witness. The trial
whs set for 4 o'clock this afternoon, he-
f()re Justice Kinsey.
RohkiU'IMI. Jan. 20. Mrs. Harmon
a loud of veiretab es. Will e rrossinir
the railroad track, near the depot, the
horses Usik rrlKht from a freight train
ami ran away, striking an electric
iii,t ,,! thniwlin her to tint xitlo-
U1,U hriMtkinu Imth nrnm nntl wvi relv
i. : i . . "
Get "In It." If von bnv in Fairmonnt
iniiirtntr her lieiol
,n, HprinRtleld tskes a boom you wilt be
it" with at let one fool aud if En-
,,eBa tn the boom von will have tbe same
, ,hnre. but if Fairmonnt iets it. von will
. U"ln it" with both feet no lo tour neck.
! Always buy where you Lave Ibe most
chances for Drotit
SpKisoriiLD Motok Like. A corporation
for the construction of a motor hue from
Hpringfield up Ibe Mohawk valley, a dis
tance of 21 miles, bas been orgaoied with
Messrs. B. J. Feugra, Jno. Kelley, Ot-o.
Thurston and J. C. Boyd as the lending
spirits. Tbe line will be utilized in carry
Tie ex I'sorb Advisement The argu
ment in tbe Maxwell will esse closed Jan
22st. Juttf.0 tieott took Ihe case under
advisrmeut sod will decide it at an early
Mibbikd In Line county, Oregon, Jan
uary ), 1X12, by Rev. G. M. Dimmitf, U.
Grittlu and Fannie Broitb, all of Lane coon-
. ,.,,, ,.!.,. of Mi.ron.
And silk, or mi I in, or broadcloth
Ibis mi morn iulbit'iii-o with uie
Thau a width of
llroao muslin bas!
I 1 it y for the woman
Who riina around bareheaded,
Or thin shod;
And the way I swip? a man
Without an overcoat
Is petfirlly astonishing:
The air is lull of me;
And st a microbe incubator
I may sitv, without fear
Of successful contradiction,
That I am beyond competition!
I've got a coiner on tbe
Human system at preseul,
Ami I'm winking it
For all it's wotlb:
( anil the doctors
Are having a picnic,
With tbe doctors
Oetting all Ihe gain in one) I
However, I'm not iu it
Anil I don't care a cuss
What I'm here for.
People find out when they tako me;
And (here's no telling
How many have found out
In tbe past few weeks.
It's a cobl day
Wbeo I got left,
We are not having
Many cold days Ibis winter,
But why multiply words?
You know me,
And if you don't you csn learn
All you want to know
By reference to Ibe families
Which, and in which,
I have worked!
Mighty few of thetu
Don't recognize me socially,
And curse me
For all tbe crimes in the oulendar!
lint I ain't saying a word;
And she goes
N. Y. Sun.
How Chili Would Attack.
If there is a war between Chill and
the Culled States, as now seems Inevi
table, the attack ou tho part of Chill
would 1st made ou one of the great
ports ou our I'm"! Ho, coast.
nan i'lego, nil., would pronauiy ih
the lirst pbuv in the Hue of approach,
nit it is hardly proiianio that (.hill
would think that of sulllclent Import
ance to stop there. The next place III
the advance would lie San Francisco
the great, rich inctroiiolis of tho Pattl
lle. That city would lie the place tho
Chilians would attack If any of their
vessels started out to make an otlensiva
This attack would be limited ton
naval assault. It would be out of the
question to think that tho Chilians
would attempt a land attack.
Jfa Chilian man-or-war got there she
would In all probability meet an Amer
ican man-of-war of euualellleloncy out
side tho heads to oiler battle. The
Chilian would have to dispose of that
antagonist Ixd'ore she could turn her
attention to bombarding the city. It
Is not at all nrohahlo that she would
conic out of the light a winner, hut if
she did she would lie in all probability
crippled, so that her cllleieucy would
irn very mud) reduced to an assault ou
that city. Ex.
From tbe Times.
Elder Skatgs has organized a bible class1
and lessons will be given semi monthly.
Tbe 8. P. is having lota of wood shipped
to this place, We understand it will cost
about $3 per cord to place it on tbe
Mr. Ellmaker, wbo resides near Elml-
ra, will move to Juncliou about Febru
ary 1st. He is a blacksmith and will
likely go into partnership with Mr, Dris
coll. A extra gang ol carpenters commenced
work on the cpera bouse Thursday. Tbe
lower rooms have been treated to one coat
of plaster and tbe finishing coat has been
put oo tbe rooms in tbe hotel building.
Rkpoiilicas Club. A large number of
republicans met at the Court House Satur
day evening snd permanently organized
club. 8. W, Condon was elected First Vioe
President; L. N. Roney, 2nd Vice; A. C.
Woodcock. 3rd Vice; D. Yoran, Hecretary;
W. T. Peel, Treasurer. Dr. C. E. Loom
is, A. U. Gallagher aud W. C. Yoran were
elected members of tbe state executive com
mittee. Tbe following delegates were
lected to Ihe meeting of State Clubs at
Portland, on tlie2Hinst: L. N. Honey,
W. V. Htmt erson, W. li. Walker, U. N.
Cockerbne, C. F. Hurlburt. Regular meeting-
will be held the first Saturday night
in each mouth. A constitution was adopt
ed, adjourned to meet next Tuesday
Wim.Ei.kct. Salem Journal: Talks
with reiiuiillean lsinticians at iaiem,
reveal the fact that the otllco of County
u dtre Davidson and Attorney-General
ChiiiiilM'rlain, must, Iu their opinion,
ls tilled by election in June next.
There are some who hold nn opposite
lew in the ease of these particular om
ccs, and if they are tilled by nomina
tions at the general election tliero may
be controversy in the courts.
LkaP YzAiu-Tbursday's Boseburg Re
view: Three railroad boys, George I lap
peraett. F. L. Kinney and E. V. Everton
were married last evening. Tbe two for
mer at Drain, are noted elsewhere in
bis issue, nnd the lstter to a Junction
City liitly. When Ihe freight train went
out yesterday noon with three prospective
grooms aboard, the engineer blew a parting
whistle that might have been mistaken for
Gabriel's last trumpet blast.
New Buildiso. John Davies, tbe tailor,
is erecting a two story frame building on
bis ld oo the west side of Olive street be
tween Eicbib and Ninth streets. The lower
story will be used by Philip Uohl as
Notice ok Aiteai.. The Wafer
Company, January 22nd served on the
city a notice of apis-ul to the supreme
court, In tho Injunction suit, decided
by Judge Piis's Iu favor of the city.
Dit:t). A letter received Jau. 23d
states that Mrs. J. O. Rhlnehart
died at the homo of her hutband near
San Dbgo, California, on tho 18th of