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EUGENE, OR., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 181)2.
JttgfBf y Mara.
ChUSHED EVEBV SATURDAYS
,. L. CAMPBELL,
.-ULhrr .! I'roprlelor.
... n the East side of Willamette
.TKv.oJ Eighth Stowta
TEBM" OK SUBSCRIPTION.
av-' . 75
... n nUf V
rICH OH ADVKBTI81NQ.
K . ltiurts(l M follows!
iJrti-'"- of lM, 0M insertion 13;
ilT'-i. II. Cash renuired
W.rtU.ni will l charged t the ol-
ur.tl.re. month. 'Soo
:;5ur..i onth. ,
L a WOODOO CK,
LEBCItT. - - - ORRHOh
I sis T. M I!
ml . . - in to Collections
,TT -I 1
Seymour n. onuwi,
-DUNN'S BUILDING ,
E. 0. POTTER,
EUGENE. - -
Omcx-Rootn in Conser's Block.
"ITo. M. MILLER
Htmj and Ccunsellor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
ICGEXE CITY, - OKhUiw.
Ofllce-ln Masonic Temple.
Kuykendall & Paytoii,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Rooms Over City Drug Store.
Special attention riven to Probate business
ud Abstracts of Title.
Orflcl Over Lane County Bank.
DR. J. C. GRAY
OFFICE UPSTAIRS IN YOUNG'S
block, opposite Guard office. All work
Unihinr g administered (or painless ex
hrtio. ot teeth.
J. S. WALTER, M. D. S.
fe i Hotel
... ., . i
LINN & SON,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
Ce&oi and Caskets alwava on hand. Pre.
sad Embalming Bodies a Kpeoiulty.
"saiM prompty attended.
WMiil.nnA aaonnJ 1 lU f T I Yl1
m., ncvuuU UUUI. HUUIU Ul
Kl Church, Willamette itreet.
CE AND REAL ESTATE
T&AVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
4. Farm. I . l i it i Tnu.
'' tale, on easy terms.
rty Eented and Bents Collected.
J h'urance Companies I represent are
Tt the Oldest and most Reliable, and in
-i-r anatQuiiABLl adjustment ot Weir
T!k t SKt)ND Noni.
(is; . 7l,ur Patronage is solicited.
S-In City flail
B. K. DOKUIb.
C'!' UctB. rXST. W. T. PEET. CASHIKB
fCGE'E CITY, OREGON.
tt5'. P W Oaburn. i C Chnroh, 8M
mwuwiu, v iaaer, 4 c ii - via.
mTS LITCZ FILLS
Act en a new prtDclp.fr
ltraiat tin liver, stomach
and bownla Ihrouah Ul
i imtiw Da. Mais Pnxi
PhU1$ em bUloosowa,
torpid Um and consUpa
-' paiapU ire a runt
209 2nd & 170 FRONT ST.,
Pi. I. ROOT'S BEE SUPPLIES.
I E. Luckey
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils,
Brushes, Etc., Etc.
Prescription, Department in Competent hands.
n i.n i n
E, SCHWARZSCH1LD, Proprietor,
Full Stock ot Butterick Patterns.
Address I'. 0. llox 119.
McClarens Buildin ,
(Opposite F. M. Wilkina' Dmir Store.)
-Has an extensive Stock of
COLLEGE AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Mercantile, Fancy and School Station
ery, Blank Books, Cutlery, Etc.
rvCirAm for Booka and Subwriptione
to Newspapers and Periodicals promptly at-
Bowel Troubles, and Cramp, Colic, or
any Internal or External Pain. Ask your
druggist for it
J S. LUCKEY,
Clocks, Watches, Chains, Jewelry, Etc
P.eoairin2 Promptly Executed.
II Work Wrrneq,jTi
.1. S. LU'JKKY
mm. Humphrey 4 a.
a. o. iiovxv, :
II. C. IIl'MFHRKY,
J. . ABBAMS.
: : President
: : Cashier
Transacts a General Banking Business.
EUGENE. Oil EGOS.
Lane County Ban
Hi. low Frioeo,
J-rqnHnd after Felt. 1, 1HQ1,
,,v terms will be strictly cash.
Prices Put Down to Bed
rock. I will Not be
Highest market price Paid
fur Produce. If not all traded
out will pay balance in Cash.
J. H, Whiteaker,
Our cuttiloKiie in complete in
every department, uiul tell
how to grow all kinds of ve
Ketableit, how to lunt and
trim trees, how to lino, and
but uru the Wei fertilizerit,
how to hani'.le beei etc. eU
Free to all- Send for it.
Ueal Estate Trauslers.
LouiHa F Foster to A W Ha.skell, lot
1, bloek 24, Tuckard's ad; $ 122-j.
(Jen W Handsuker to Rolert II Ross,
lot 1, block 5, Shaw's ad; $1200.
J A Sawyer to Loula Linn, W J of
110 x Hit) feet in Hhnw and Patterson's
ad; love and nH'ection.
John L Tait lo Idaho Frazer, 33x94 feet
io Skiuuer'a donation; $2uO.'2U.
Leopold Dielz to Dr. Jobu Steiner, loll
18, 19, 20, and 21, block 15, and lots 19 and
20, block 5, Frailer & Hy land's addition;
Fletcher Linn to L M Sawyers. E V, of 110
x lfiO feet, Shaw & I'attenon's addition;
Geo M Miller to E A Morris, lot 6 block
State of Oregon to E C Smith and H
F DtiHiitR, HO acres in T 17 H R 4 Wj
con $1. Made to correct deel.
0 & C R R Co to A H Gibioo, 80 acrei
in T18 8. RlW;f304.
OiCKR Jamea P O'Brien 39.57 acres
in T 17 8. R 1 W; $44.93.
James Willows lo Louese A Turcb, ICO
acres in T 17 8, It 2 E; $000.
John A W Heidecke to Louese A Turcb,
ICO acres in T 17 8. It 2 E; XMJO.
State of Oregon lo Geo A Brown, 40 acri
inTI9 S, B5W;50.
Henrieita Adams lo B F Fuller, ICO acrei
in T 20 8, Rl W; $1
James Parin .o Win Williams, 1 68
acres; $35. .
Geo Locbner to Honty Lnobner, y int id
40.07 aorea in T 18 8 R 0 W; $1
Jamei K P Barrel! lo Frank Deerbake,
16OacresinT20 8 B4 W; $510.
T J Duckworth to Martha J Kayser, 3.10
acres in T 17 8 R 6 W; $125.
Isaac N Duckworth to M J Kayser, 3 10
acres in T 17 8 R6 W; $1.
Geo H and H H B .rrett to Geo II Colter,
lot 5, block 2; $50.
Geo H Colter to C I Grant, lot 5, block
Win Delaney to M 0 Burns, lots 9
and 10. block 2, Ihdaney's ad; $90.
Tboa Vanduynand WillH Bee to Mart
Ward Bee, lot 7, block 1, Yanduyn'i ad;
BF Hxdinn lo Frank Whipple, brick
building occupied by Eakin & Bri.tow and
other city property, also the parcel of land in
. -i u'kinnl.'j i for. hniMins ODon
wbicb is the blackxmitb shop, two small
offices, An ; also th interest in 40 acre in
B F. Harding to Mrs Ella Wbipp'e, city
Dally Guard, Feb. 8.
Chii of Timk.-A new lime table of
tbeS. P. R. ha ben issued. The local
tiains after Tuesday will arrive here in the
morning at 10:20 end io the afternoon at
2:30. The freight Irainawill mt here at
7:10 p. m. So change is made in the time
of the overland.
Wbso Baby was sick, we gave kar Oeetort.
When she wa a Child, aba cried f or Oaiacrie.
When the became Mia, ahe elun lo Casterie.
VTbeo ahe bad Children, abe few thaea OaeMrtk.
IS BO LB OS
, ii i .i I
HFfnPr imoI Htimalanla. AFTCK
Tobacco orOvlaa.orthnwgh voariifal lndltera
Uoo, ererlndulnoee. Ae .sarbM Iostol BraJa
Power, Wskrfalness, Baavlnf doww Pains to the
baVx.. seminal WUB.HTrl a, Natrons rma
tratioa, Nortarnal Imlsslons, Lraeorrture, bit
tlnes,Wiak Memory, UmsoC Foweraod Irnpo
tear j, whlrh 11 nec!ertel olttn lead to prematore
old are and intanlty. Prlee 11X0 a box, 4 boxes
lorl Ta Hnt hynallouremiBt of prior
A WRITTEN fcrABANTEE Is fivee for
vwTi.0U order received, to refund Usaioy 1
a Itrmasasl eure Is tot fT.td, We bare
IhoDundaol (erttinnlall from old and yofanc,
pt bMk.acriWBotis're been ftrosneatly ur4
11 Ui j)( ApiO'Ue. Citc liW AUiws
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
steranaca. , Hax 27, Postluiu. Oa,
Sold by E .B. LUCKEY k Co., Drugjfist
SATl'RDAY, l'Kli. ii.
The latiiidry ilelivery wimon took u
spin this afternoon; no ilamar.
The t'oinlw team of hoivs advert iei
in the (il'AKl) we IV odd to John Stew
The sheriff's office is a bu-v plee iuiki:
days. It keep (our er five in u ru-thn
to do the work.
E. Vau Viaukiu. of Junction,
stand is a caiuiulate for tli
nomiDHtiou for hlnritl.
we ti ti-if r
ti pu'dii- in
Jas. (ieiirhart ivjiorts the eonliiroy
nad on tills side ot the lluiley hill ill
very bad condition.
TbeSnoJrass Bros, foruii-ily of Eu
gene have leased a llXH) acro fi'iu of Dr. 11.
Davis, east ol Il.ir iiKbur.
Miss E H Tarbet mid Mrs. IV V. lllyibe,
of this city, will give a musu-ul un.i nltr iry
entertainmeut al II ini-binn tu xt Siinr.lny
T. A. Ilcndersi n, the grocer, lias sold Lis
St. BernsrJ dog to an csicin toll . mi emu.
pauy for $25. l'liy will usi. tli enuim- Kit
adverlisiug their liiienf i;ooiU.
Mrs. Dr. Rowland, late or Imijiciio,
has uooepted a xitioii in the imblie
seluKils at Otidcn, I'tah, and has
charirv of the fourth mid tii'th grades
In the Central, the lait school in the
The rrgiil ir spiing iiiinrguitum from the
east is begiiiinug it n hvi ly rule and our
real estate mill nxniu winr ihrir uiTUstouici)
itmile. The beaiiliful atber gives hf
strangers a good iuipieM.in of Ibis putt ul
The rivrr rmid tboiinli the liluir plate
just btlow ti.wu has lucii ( lcun il of timber
and stumps to its lull wnltli. The crossing
over the railrnud will be moved 1 1 the ceu
ter of the center of the road wbiih will be
put in good condition.
Junction Times: The Journal wants
a. (liincini; school otuldishcd in Ku
irene. The editor Is gettinn frisk v in
his old days. However, we endorse
what .he says concerning; the accom
plishment. Jeremiah Pipes was arrcstel yesterday
by Deputy Shenfl Croner for using ubsoeue
aud indecent liuiguage before ladies, upon
a earrant sworn to iu Justice Henderson's
court. He was brought to towu aud the
Justice set the trb.l for muTinnlay utter
noon at 2 o'clock. The gentleman denies
using the language imputed to him.
Hurrishur"; would la- an excellent
liK-ation for an energetic real estate
man. Harrishurg Courier.
We presume that the editor
of the Courier having; heard of
tlio colhmsc of the nlrv. u imlv tnu ii-
site schemes on Coos imv extends this
as nn invitation to some of the whil
om iMMimcrs to go and settle there.
Coos Ray Sun.
Cottage Grove Leader, Feb. (i: Mr.
Sherwood is makiug preparations to erect a
two, and perhaps a three story brick front,
fifty by fifty-nv.' feet to bis hotel in Collage
Grove. On Tuesday Mr. J. C. Long sold
his half interest in the magnificent new full
roller process flouring mill in this city, to
his partoer and son, George W. l-ong, who
will oontinue the milling business with his
usual euergy aud enterprise A great
many are quietly arriviug hio each week,
looking for homes. Fivo families of tier
maua cain last week and went to the coun
try. On Wednesday five persons arrived
here from Cedar' It ipids, Iowa. Quite a
number have recently come iu from Kunsus
and other xtatet.
Ixckxmary. About 0 o'clock Sun
day evcnlnir lire was discovered in sonic
stmw and boxes In the woodshed in
the rear of llieo's saloon. Fortunately
the tire wus discovered in its iiicipien-
cy and extinguished with a few buck
ets of water without calling; out the lire
department. Mr. Rice is confident
that the fire was of incendiary origin.
The boxes hud lieen arranged ditlcrcnt
ly from what he had left them in the
To Lit. A neatly furnished room to lei
with or without board. Apply at the Swift
bouse, corner Willametto and Tenth streets,
February 4, 1892.
Anderson, ITarold lllanchanl, Prof C Elton
Ilaldrieh, A M llrookes, Wllliu
Cathain, Mrs C J Carrol, A It
Clcek. Mrs K Oavis, Alia
Diamond, John KdwanK J S
Gamble, Jolili (iray, J V
IlRselton, Horn Harris, I ('
Hill, Clara Howard, Mrs Minnie
Jackson, J M Koonebucli, Mrs J II
Mistier, Jacob .Martonl, Win 11
Mackllnir, KCS Male, Kinly
Martin, f II Malle, Henry
Mathews, Mrs X MasterMin, Miss Mallina
Miller, K A Misrn-, W II
I'ost. Mrs Esther Smith, Miss Nellie
Smith, Win Itiiliiii, II It
Stcavennoii Mm L Shurllcll, W
Smart, W A Skillen, liss
Thompson, Dr W M Townwud, S M
Todd, Mrs Mary Tompkins, John
Twwly, Mrs Ilia anaiiiaxer, r i.
wiirkman, irs auoiu " one, any
White, Win White, WAS
York, E U immermaii, John
. nVi.pvn nt one will will tw made on each
letter Kivcn dill. I'ersons calling for tellers will
please say wnen aurvroseo.
MIXMK WASIIIll li. r. 31.
Castorlai promotes Digestion, and
overcomes i'ialuluiicy, Constitution, Sour
Stomach, Diarrh'ta, and FeverUhncss.
Thus tbe child is rendered healthy and its
sleep natural. Castoria. contains do
Morphine or other narcotic property.
Castoria Is so w.U fMV"l to rbibnvn tbat
I rwofnmrad It as superior to any prmcrf .ui
knowa lo hi. " Ii. A Akcuia, U. 1..
rort,inJ At., Bp,klyn, N. Y
" t use Cesloria ht u m-lr, and find It
Pekieiif aiabtnl lo KfTerie'iis of chil'lren."
ALU. fc'.rrmsi,, M. It ,
ye,', i Ave.. New Toik.
Tsra CnrrarB Co, 77 Murray EC, H. T.
f i GsniiETisiFeirii
KrullM', OKI i.oN, Feb. 1, Is'.!'.'.
To the Ucpiildiniii Central Com
inillcc of Lane county, Oregon.
There ill 'a' a inceling of the Com
mittee at the Court Mouse in I'.ugene
on Snturday, I'Vhruary '-'7, iv1!' at 1
o'clock for t lie purpoM' of setting the
diite for holding; the county conven
tion and attending to other important
Tlic names of the member of the
Smith I'.ugene W. II. Ahram.
North Kugciie Volney llciiciiwiiy.
Cot line lirove - larwin ltristow.
.Iiuietion C W Wii-diliuinc.
Springllclil A S Walker.
Ci's ell John Ituoy.
Richardson .1 K Hutler.
Long Tom Meni v Rain.
I'leasillt Mill S Rigdon.
Siiislaw M 11 llawley.
Willamette 1 letiry Sinirc.
Mohawk -J M Spore.
Spencer Kli Perkins.
Camp Creek James Campbell.
Irving-O P Moll'.
Lost Vallcv II C Wh.vb r.
Fall Civck-W L Day.
McKenie O II Renfrew.
liarl Ihdl-J II Mill.
Florence A R Rudolph.
Coyote .1 Rtiold.
Ch'csher .1 M F.van.
Lake Civck Joe Whisinan.
Wild Cat J W Sullivan.
JaMT- J F Smith.
(ioshcn -William Stewart.
La ne--T O Thompson.
tiate Creek .1 I Ibirhre.
Davis J I, Donaldson.
Full attendance is earnestly rciptest
ed. W. M. A nit A MS.
nn: M int ask a .ni Hin t:
l.iMernor Ho) it W III A nil for the
siiipreme I uiirl .Hiliidilte.
Omaha, Xeh., Fell. 4. The gular
liatorial emliroglio ha resolved itself
into a waiting game. Oovcrnor Royd
state that iinles the oHlee I voluntar
ily turned over to him by Thayer he
will wait the issuance of the supreme
court's mandate February 20, and then
luimied wit Ii the proper authoilty
make the formal dcniiind, allowing for
the time of transmission and the action
of the state supreme court upon the
mandate. It will probably U- March
I Ik'I'oiv he will he restored to his of-
lice. Thayer sets up the claim that he
recci veil the otllce from the state su
preme court and will hold onto it until
Im-ther onlcivil hv Hint court. Mi
course is technically legal, but is gen
erally denounced by men of all parties.
A (ioutl Sized Family.
Albany Herald of Thursday: A
family consisting of niiddlc-ngvil par
ents and Is children passed through
this city yesterday en route to Irving,
Iiinc count v, to Join the Alcnnonitc
(ieruiiin Colony, which has located
thereon a tract, of 2MKI acre. They
wen-from Marion, Dakota, and were
alt bright, healthy appearing children,
rauiriiiu iu aire iroiu six iiioihiih io hi
years. The paterfamilias said that if
Oregon was as good a country for rais
ing1 children as lie hail heard it wus lor
agricultural products, he thought they
would have a good sized family after a
Hole for I Irat I'luee.
Dkh Mdinks, Iowa, Feb. 4. Al a meeting
of th democratic slato central committee
today, the question of the candidacy of
Governor Boies was discussed and it was
formally decided lo push bini for the first
place on the ticket. A large delegation
will be on band iu Chicago to push bis can
didate I'lc tide iitlul Nomination.
Washington, Fob, 4. The presidi nt to
day scut tbesennte the following nomina
tions: Peter Paipiet, reco iver of publio uiour y
at Oregon City. Or.
Posjmasters! Minnesota Henry A. Cat
tie, St. Paul. Montana, Michael A. Flan
agan, Fort lleuton; Matwell C. Mains, Hil
lings. Oregon Charles E. Moore, Corval
lis. Arizona Joseph II. Hamill, Globe.
lien Hi of n I'loneer l.ad'.
MrMiNN'ViU.K, Or., Feb. 5. Mrs.
L. M. Cowlcs. wife of Hon. J. W.
Cowles, iircsident of the McMinnvllle
National bank, died last night. Shu
was a pioneer of 1N41.
Outn-ARY. -Thos. King, a young man 22
years old, died of oonsnuiptiou, one physi
cian says ol kidney disease, at 3:30a.m.,
Feb. (ith, at corner of Madiou and 1st.
Ho was taken sick somo ume months
ago with the la grippe which developed into
the disease which ended his life. He came
from Washiugtou with bis brother wit'i
whom be was stopping at ibe time of bis
decease. He sufl'ered patiently but the last
tbree hours be was delirious and seemed to
die of strangulation.
A Swindi.kb. Some charitably inclined
people took up a collection tho other day
for a man and a womau who were stopping
at the Maker House. the same evening
the nun was treating lo the drinks in ana
loon. About niiie-ienths of the charity bo
stowed on traveling people is updersiived
There am poor people ridUig among us
who are worth, of aid (row Ibose who are
paily Guard. Feb. ft.
0iikss Lm.Daok.-A warrant was
n-,.r i .ii.-iim. I l. n fl rnn 'u court lust
eveiiiniforlbearres of Jeremiah pints,
wpo lives ii miles west oi x.uuei,e, cuargcu
. - . . .... . - .
wilb using indecent and obscene language
in the pnsei co of ladies. Deputy btitntl
Cruner left this morning to arrest tbe man.
Maiuiiu). Albany Demoeial; Oa Tbur.
lny, Feb 4 IsllJ, ut ibe com I bouse iu
A.lmiiV. I v Geo. Humphrey. Esq., Mr.
Meet ins: of Kepuhlieaii County
John C. Hurler an I Emma Ooldbaum. Tho ! gist, then as postmatter oi wis piace sua
bnppy couple luve mny frieuds around Al i l r more than a year past, Wia bteu the el
hen), bo will w ob them much happiness ; Ucieul assistant casbiCi of the bank.
atd ineiiy. , j,,,, C()W Tu, pBBje(llu E.
WllKAT M AHKKT. The latest re- O tells lb following: U Green, of
port from I.ivensH.I ...id other Mm h creek, accordtng u ,. ports, a he
inilkets of the world imli.i.k,. llu.l the owner of a most fewAabJ. cow. At the
. . . li. . i ...i i i auo of four veara U bs a family of seven
OOIIOIII OI till' l. "l llilllJM l IUl" i. .l;
touched. 'Vim advices
tone uud firmer market
show u la'ttcrl
Hash Rihvkh. -Oue J" Mr. J.
Kirkpiitriek'scliildrvu fell In the lire
at hi ic.iuViiec n the Wulll farm.
wi-M of Kiigeti.', January -1th, and
burned one of its hands budly.
Psily Hoard, Fi b.
Suxurr's Tax Su m -
Shentr Sol.ud to-
d.v I-selbng Hie property levied upon for last tli-Uiy eyemng n.r ,,in.Ki ...,
Ux sg, M l..d. vidlal.. Several bidder. Une county, where he .rosm .tart
ar, present. The sal. will be continued to-1 iug a w et-kly pasT of U uotl-partlsnn
morrow. I chliruCter.
MYSTKKIOI SLY PISAITKAKKH.
i Luckey lines to 1'uilhitid and
Soon Alter His Anivul
1 1: wt or i oi i. i-i.Ai.
Pally (.Hard I rk il.
Fllgcuo R. Llleke.V, otic of Fllgclic's ;
hot known ami most Nipular citiens
went to Portland on last Monday morn
ing's local train to transact business
for the cannery, telling hi wife that;
he would probably return on the over-1
land train the same night, but If he'
should hapM'ti to he unavoidably ilc-j
laved he would write. However, he,
did not write, and nothing ha Isvii
heard of him since the day of his ar
rival In the metropolis. It is learned
that he registered at (he Motel Perkins,
in Portland about tl:.'!o p. in. Monday
evening, and was assigned to room 31:1.
but informed the clerk that he would
prolmbly not occupy the room during
the night, but wouid sH'tid the even
lug Willi relatives. He said he would
return Tuesday morning, and merely
registered to let his friend know he
was in town. After Hint he went to
the coimiiis.soti house of Jenkins &
Stevens, on Front street, ami sicnt
sometime on the cannery business,
when he started up town, sttpposably
to the resiileiuvof Mr. Sloven Sicnccr.
Wednesday uiortiiu 11. ('. Humphrey went
to Portland and desned lo see Mr. Luckey,
and oti asking the clerk, learned the above,
He Iheu went to the residence o( Mr.
Spencer to iuquire ubout Mr. Luckey, whi n
he learned that the latter bad Dot been
there and they did not kuow he waa in Ibe
city. Tins surprised Mr. Humphrey, and
he in ado search and inquiry lor I lie missing
mail, assisted by friends, but without avail.
Since thai lime a numlier of Eugene friends
and the police of Portland have made a
thorough search for bini but without suc
cess. Three theories are advanced for bis re
markable disappearance: 1st, that he bits
been murdered and robbed, as be carried a
handsome gold watch and wore a Hue dia
mond ring, and was kuown lo be a msn of
wealth ; 2d, that he has become temporality
deianged and waudered away. He has been
ill with the grip for Ibe past month and
had not yet entirely recovered; 3d, that be
ltf t tho country to avoid meeting bis credi
tors. We hardly think that the last could
be possible, knowing E. It. Luckey as we
The mortiiug he led here he diew quite a
sum of money out of tbe Eugeue National
hank, aud several strangers were in front
of the biiildiug. This might serve ai a cine
to his whereabouts. It is said that he left
$300 with bis wife upon bis departure.
Yesterday evening; his creditors le
eiiiuing alarmed, the following attach
ments were sworn out:
First National Rank $ 4,tlH.1
Kugciie National Rank 2,!o0
Lane County Rank 3,04s
F It Dunn 7o0
The note of the F.ugeno National
hank was a partnership one with Stov
The attachments were served on his
residence on Ninth street, the Straight
house on Ten Ih street, a house aud lot
on High street ami hisfarni of 102 acivs
hiving U'low Col hi rg, in Iine ami
Linn counties, :t,t acres east of town
and hi personal c Meets. No mortgage
is recorded against any of the projiorty.
Rumor has it that he owes several
thousand dollars beside the iiIkivc
Mr. Luckey, formerly owned an
Interest in the drug store on the corner
of Willnnielto and Ninth streets, hut a
few weeks since sold his interest to Mr.
T. J. Craig.
Mr. Luckey was a man that had no
had habit. He did not drink, gamble
or frequent questionable resorts.
Up to the time of going to press
nothing had been heard from Mr.
Luckey; not even the slightest truce.
0 Coiupuy'H Reception.
At tbe reception of 0 Company at their
armory, Saturday night, there was a larger
attendance than ever before, several score
of Irieuds beiug present,
Tbe evening was spent as usual, in soolal
converse aud playing games. And all ex
pressed themselves as having bad a good
If tbe interest iu these receptions con
tinues lo increase as it hss of late, it will
become necessary to bold them twice each
inoutb and secure a room larger than the
Company's armory, for tbe boys to properly
entertain their fast Increasing cirole ol
friends. This rs right, for social meetings
of this kind are of benefit io some way to
Do Ws-d Btilisult. AiEugeut hai its
due proportion of weddiuga, we might aa
well be "in it," and bave Ibe ceremonies
performed in tbe most approved style. Id
the East baby bridesmaid are all tbe rage
at present, little tote all bnncbed tip with
short waists, big pulled sleeves and a gener
al air of llullluesa and big bows. Those
march up the isle iu front of tbe bride car
rying baskets of flowers. Al a recent wed
ding among tbe Chicago Uii there was one
baby bridesmaid in a pink satin Mother
Hubbard, with yoke and sleeves of pink
crepe, A broad brimmed pink satin bat
with wide ribbon tii bowed under tbe chin
and covered with saucy pink pinnies. Pink
silk bore and pink hoots. Tbe yellow bsir
was worn in a louse crimped mass fulling
over tbe shoulders.
Et.tHos o OrriclBB. At a meeting of
'. the board of directors of the Lugtne Na-
I tioual bank OB Feb. Hlb, W. T. reet ten-
dered bis reaigualiou to take place April
.... wi... nil.... .m,.uj
1st. Tbe olbel olnuers of the batik, tbas.
Lsuer, presideul, and 8. M. loran, vice
president, will remain unchanged. Tbe
president, Mr. Lauer, has long been known
as one of Eugene's most successful fiuan
oars, and ibe new cashier, Mr. Osburn,
has had a long and varied busiuras experience
in tuts coumuuny as a hiotmiiu uiug
,'.,,,. T, ,i kntn .k.n
the auiiual was two year old, aain at tbe
age of tbiee years, and Ibis year triplets sp.
peared, oue black and two red calves. All
the calves are alive and in good condition,
inch a cow should be dressed "iu ilk."
i A Ni:w P.m:ii. HllUUn
iiendeiit: "Mr. C. p. t'helps, who
I was nsvntly a partuir in the puhliea-
tl" " 'e (tVKTai, icn oni
1IKAWIA K.N l' I .MliKKI'.D.
A Moi liMire Placed on I lie Kneim
l aniieiy fop S 1 7, 2ml.
.1 IMiitroii Invesliueiil.
I'aily Oiiard, I'cb. s.
I.nle Sutiirihiy nfteriHHiii, a mortgai'
Mas placed on the l'.u;.'cne Pin king ami
Canning Conipau.v's luiibliiigs, plant
and tK'rsonal proM-rivof all description
for $ 7,200, liy it ollh'ers, (he amount
Mug- due to 'the following parties for
I, alio County Rank
First National Ikiuk
F. R Liii kcv
F L ClianitsTs
S II Friendly
It M Day
The claim were assigned to Joel
Ware and the mortgage taken in hi
name fur the U'lielit of the creditors.
Reside the iiInivc amount, the com
pany will owe a reasonable attorney
fee, ami about l,"oo in small amounts,
which is unsecured.
The asset of the Company consist of
Its building, grounds, plant and tin
can worth $4,inhi, tables, amounting
to H.ihki, boxes worth tltio and Too
cases of fruit of the lower grades which
is in Portland and Chicago for sale.
It will Is' urn at u glance that the
Company has virtually lost its entire
capital of $20,000, the lirst year of its
cxisteinv, ami will nceessarily lie com
isdleil to retire from business. This I
alike disastrous to the Company, town
This ha Iktii a hard year on can
neries all over the coast, tiunilsrs of
them Ivclug swept out of existence on
account of the low price obtainable for
A meeting; of the stockholders will
he called In a few days by the Hoard of
Directors, ami a statement iu full made
tuk mAuuit: hush am:.
The) Wllluitirltr Vnlley llrrrlvra MIX
I liousHiid ItollursMilviigr.
Nkwpoiit, Or., Feb. 8. The steam
seliisincr Maggie Roks, which was
liiullv disahled at sea IK'ii'iulsT 4, sail
ed' t'or San Francisco this morning'
In command of Captain J. J.
Wiiiaut, her repairs having U-eii
completed. The Maggie Ross wa
nicked up otT tho Siiislaw by tbe steamer
Willamette Valley nail lowed to this port,
the crew bsving taken to the boats. The
Willamette Valley received $0000 salvage.
The Firemen'a Fund Insurance Company,
which bsd all tbe risks, ruado all. tbe re
pairs to the vessel.
no room: imimihmj.
Titke HI runs lo I'revenl
Sai.km, Or. Feb. 8. The farmers of
Polk county generally ntv organizing
mutual protection societies for the pur
pose of prosecuting trespassers. Hun
ters wiio wantonly slaughter game and
endanger human life niv now almost
without shooting grounds in roiK.
Monmouth's society has just organ-
l.oil, with iwcnty-one nieniners.
i.o.nt a ii imi am i:u:.
A llowrll I'rnlrln llmiler Injiirr
Himself by u shnliiii Aeeldciil.
Sai.km, Or., Feb. 8 Dr. Byrd went out
to Howell Prairie Sunday afternoon anil
took off tbe right baud of W. W. Nichols,
who bad reoeived a discbarge from a shot
gun Saturday, which he bad bandied rather
carelessly. The shotgun shattered his
right wrist and put out his right rye. Mr.
Nichols la a new comer from tbe East.
Tuk (Iovkknoh and tuk Pokt
aok Railway. OovcrnoV Pcnnoycr
suliltoa rcjiortcr yesterday that tho
statement In the Washington dispatch
of February 1st to the Oregonlan that
ho had written to Speaker Crisp ami
other democrats In tho house to defeat
by nil means any project for a boat
railway scheme at the dalles of the
Columbia is absolutely without any
foundation whatever. Hu said his
whole oll'ensc. If nny, was In urging
tho piiHsugo of mi appropriation for u
Mirtago railroad, and in that matter ho
hail the support of tho legislature of
Oregon as that Isidy at its last session
had unanimously passed a concurrent
rcHolution asking for such appropria
tion. As to his receiving no n-ply
from the chief of engineers,
lie expressed no distip)oint
nient. That functionary In January
IMsn recommended a portage road uud
In December 1HW opxseil It, and tho
discourteous refusal of a man possessed
of such whittling judgment to n-ply to
his letter he said did not cause him any
Ions of sleep. The governor believed
that the dispatch wus doubtless Insti
gated by one or both of our senator
and he was content to let tho people of
Oregon decide which scheme wus most
lienellelal tho portage railroad costing
$4.(1,500 which could be built In ono
year or the bout railway costing $2,800,
(.') which If appropriations were made
for it by the government as appropria
tions have isi'ii made for the cascade
locks, would occupy more than,
twenty-four years In its cotistruotioiu
Asotiikk Claim. Another attach
ment was Issued Monday evening
against the pnierty of K It. I-uckey
for $034, In favor of Mr. K. C. Me
Claiiahan, of Seattle, Wash. Thw
makes the total amount of attachmeursi
against tho protiorty, $13,482. Howt-ver
collateral security is in the hands of
creditors, and $l,.r00 of the amotint I
duo from Woven Spencer, probably
leaving a true Indebtedness of i'J.OOO.
Thanks Royh. To the Fin- Com
panies and friends who renden-d suck
valuable assistance lit the tiro last
nlirht. I extend my sincere thanks.
F. M. WlLKINH.
Adva.vck IN WllKAT. The Utesr?
market rert give an advantv of !i
cents a ci-ntal on wheat. A further ad
vance Is contldently cxiicctcd..
Makkikh. In Ijine county, Febru
ary , H'2, by R. R. Si-ott, J. P., F.d
w ard Zinnakerand Kmma Rugger, all,
of I jtue county, Oregon. .
AaiLPsi. The number of patients at lhe
iuaane asylum teaohe I the highest figure
Saturday night when 74D were eurolled as.
DlKU. At Pleasant Hill, Oregon B
Feliruarv 7, lwrj, of la grimie, Nancy
wife of Wm. Wordeii, aged 40 years.
Bos. Mrs. Wm. HnnnicutU presented,
hex husband with a bounoiog boy at SpriLg
ILeld, Saturday, February C.