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Eugene City Guard.
ATUBDAT FEURUARY 13, 181)2.
Aistoria Town Talk (Hep.):
"Blaine is not a candidate. Tlmt'i
Tho nolitieal liorioii look elrur-
ihn urliiino wcrctarv of
Htato has retired from view.
It. in rei.nrtel that the Sulclil
rnniierv lost MO.OUO tliin feason
Tim Kmrciifi pnimerv in not iniH'li
U'liind that figure.
Aiwlogies come high, even from
Hinall countries. The jreiarations
of the navy department to light
Chili will cont about :!,(KKV)()0.
Governor Uoyd has aunie.l tlie
govemorwhip of Nebrat-ka. Hi
predecessor will he known in the
history of the state as the greatest
fraud it ever produced.
W. Lair Hill has returned from
Washington. In an interview at
Portland on jiresidential possibili
ties ho expressed the opinion that
Harrison was the republican favor
ite and Hill the democratic.
That Goddess of Lilierty on the
new half dollar is a tough looking
female. She looks as if she hail
Wen attending an Irish wake. The
eagle lias no points of superiority
over the old bird that has been dis
carded. There is a fire bug in our midst.
The city council should oiler a lib
eral reward for the arrest of the
miscreant. The incipient lire Sun
day night and the liro last night
were undoubtedly of incendiary or
Koseburg Review: Hon. W. It.
Willis, of Koseburg, it being spoken
of as a possible nominee for su
preme judge by the republicans,
and Hon. 15. F. Bonham, of Salem,
and Hon. John Burnett, of Corval
lis, by the democrats.
The Koseburg Keview is persist
ent for a cannery. We have some
jieojile in Kugene and vicinity w ho
once thought a cannery would sup
ply a long felt want. They have
lately changed their opinion on the
subject. The excricnce was cost
ly. The plant however remains
ami will probably Ik- ojicratcd by
The report of the secretary of the
state board of equalization will dis
close the fact that the income of
the lire insurance companies oper
ating in Oregon were, for the vear
181)1, i;00,KK) above losses, com
missions, salaries, rents, and all
other expenses. The Solon of the
next legislature could provide a
handsome revenue for the state by
requiring the payment of a per
cent, on net insurance incomes.
How illogical and senseless it is
that in the United States where
high wages are paid we should say
that we need a protective tarill to
protect our htlxircrs against the
pauper labor of Italy, France, Ger
many and Russia, and in tbesi
paino countries they say they want
a protective tarill' to protect them
selves against the industrial pro
ducts of the United States and
(treat Britain. If we need a tarill'
for protection they do not. If we
nro bo fearful that we cannot coiu
)ete with them why should they he
fearful that they cannot conictc
The Orcgonian cannot recover
from tho ctl'ccts of the horrible
nightmare, superinduced by the
mention of that dangerous man
Senator Hill. Since DavidB.be-
canio a prominent candidate for
the democratic presidential nonii
nation no language is sulliciently
Birong to portray ins iniquity.
The only wonder now is how New
York wan not totally wrecked after
Beven ycarri of hid administration.
Jt docs not seem possible that
many new and wholesome laws se
cured liiB approval and that the
htato finances aro in a better condi
tion, with lower taxes, than ever
before known. It must be that
the Orcgonian smeller scents a
strong probability of Hill's elec
tion, The Portland Telegram in an ar
ticle on Senator Hill says: When
the whole case against Mr. Hill is
fairly argued, submitted and un
derstood, it will bo found that he
lias simply done his jmlitical and
public duty. He has Ixvn for the
past seven yearn governor of the
greatest state in the Union, and
there is not a tlaw in his record,
not a complaint that is not purely
jHilitical. He has Wn, ma onfv
in words hut in deeds, from first to
last, a friend of the workinginan, a
friend of the ixMiple. Ho has Urn
i.i . i. ... i.
uii auie, iiiMicsi, iar-sccing, incor
ruptible executive. Along with
that he has overthrown republican
ism in New York state. This is
hi crime. This is why the repub
licans so hate him. It is time that
a jiortion of the alleged democratic
and fair indcjH-ndent press ceased
abusing Mr. Hill. If they can
point out any corruption,' anv
fpaii.l a m ....... .1 .. 1 i e "
uii, u) i ui.uioii, any mani a-
sance. let them do no: l.nt il v
!.. .1 l .
l-, iti nt in iiu
cannot. They ure sinmlv ulmsim.
Idm bcanse he is a democrat.
8riT IrriirriD.-The Indiana Klove
Worka ot Indianapolu. Weduewlay aveninc.
inolitulrd auit ia the circuit court against
Jacob VI itchell for f"03, (or goods ur
Dished. Bcit roa 1701 Tbs Schmidt Label and
Lithographing Conipaor, of Kso Francisco,
Tbariday, btan a auit ia tbs Ciicuil four!,
sgaioal lb Lugeo Canning and lVking
Co., tot 701, (or balanc du on priming
Born.-To the wife of Hani May nt
IlurrisUirir, Kelt. 6, a daughter.
Jaimn I'urker, comiiilliier...i
Oeo If Ihiv, suiicrvisor.
W II Kiiimli; ktvpliig uierH
I'orllalKl lloi-pital, "
. 11! W)
. U 75
. m oo
. Ill no
K.N a; piMis r supplies -
v ii I.'..,... 0' miiu.ri'iMor in in
a u' i .'. iii.iuiiiiii'il NiiiH-rvisor of
M So HI, iiikI V II Kaiii.ll' supervis
or of I )M .No Ki. ....... ,
i,.i.,i,, .,r.iiuiL'i 1. 1. McArthur, in
the matter of the occupation hy adjoin
liiK proH rtv owners ol certain (tortious
lit till' JIUOIIC WlllllV, IHllL-iru n.... "..
tlie Journal. l'"e "P"11""
lislicil III lull III thu(il Altl).-Kl).J
District .No. GO 'St-l1
42 JW Majors
.i 47 Lwntr (Jtfilwi
m 20 H C Lewis
Jessiu Himmoim, for kt'iiiir pau
L V Brown, iikmIichI uttHtiliiliC4
Henry Wortnley, furiiiHliititf nip-
j Im-m for paper
Win Jloifiirt, for WpiiiK puuper..
Clint ( Ironser, for keeping paupers
M K liolliniiu, supplii'S fr "
OKKniiihhii " " "
A A Milks
W H .Miller " "
A 1) iiyliui.l
Mrs Lou l'enra " " "
Darwin Jiristow " " "
J L l'a
Clin linker, Ismrd " "
Al Weaver " " . "
Bisltiey Hoott, trauHportution for
Comnifys A dray, Hiipplicn for pau-
Minn I. .1 Hill, kwiiilllf tiHIiner. . .
Kli Perkins, k pintf piiuper 0 Ofl
Wm Thv or. coiiimr wain S wu
1) I'urker, 4 cajole scalps 20 00
Win l'Vlil, lunilter t't
Kiikmh! LiuiiIht Co. luiulter 21 70
I, N lUmey, lumber 7 0"
W WillianiB, lumber 7 00
Stnrr & Orillln, briilK" material . . ID 47
J C (iixhti.li, liimhw 3 20
J II I'miiklm, lumber 1 11
W Workman, lumber 4 I'ii
W II An irt-WH, lumber 20 24
Bill of .1 C (looiliilu continued for
J L l'liKe. court lioiise supplies. . 10 M
Kuueiiu l.ik'lit Co. liuht 24 fiO
Croner k IJluir.liiiuliiitf and wood iH) 00
(1 WKimey,,) 1' 7 20
(Iiki HurKert, Henyote scalp 40 00
K 0 I'otter, l)int ntty fwn 5 00
J Kik'Ii, niakiiiK map of voting
precincts I'M "0
Kiitfene lUiiHlt r, printing.. 12 r0
V Kiiykendall, etiiininiliit iiisnuo 5 (X)
J K I'll) ton " " 5 (K)
A C Woodcock, attorney S 00
K Ncliwiirjtcliild, stiitionxry 0 4.1
.1 M Hnorcs, viewer 2 DO
Job Davis 3 10
Allison, viewer 2 DO
H H Stephens, viewer B DO
N .''isher, viewer 6 40
Inn (iiitcs, viewer 0 10
.1 H Cliiihtaiii, ax man 2 00
.1 ThiiinpHLii. murker 2 (Kl
K() I'otter, iM atty 20 00
F L ( hniiibers, mail supplies. . . . 4 20
H A ( Men, supervisor 43 00
( W .Wet, roadway 20 00
II It Kiuciild, lirintniif US IH)
A K Wlieeler, present owners..,, 10H !K)
KiiL'elie Water Co.. water 0 !25
A WCIiUnoii, hauling bootus.... 3 00
I I. ('amplMtll, irintiii (kl 1(1
(1 W kimliall, stationery 4 HO
E P Bedford, rebate tux 1 00
It !' Iluiiuicirt, jury list 3 00
Cluis KiHHiiiL'er. iiRHixtaiit iu draw
in jury liHt 2 00
John n lleuner, HHHiHtiiiit in draw-
in if jury hat 2 00
,1 HuddlcHtoti, chairman 2 00
Frank .Snores, " 2 00
Willnrd lliirdy " 4 00
JHDay " 4 00
0 M Collier, surveyor 12 DO
C M (Jollier, surveyor 18 00
Bill of Marion Nelson continued for
Precinct ninp and boundaries. Court
accepted voting precinct maps made by
. mien, win ii in iiKUiy orilereu mat
the boundaries of precincts in tlieoouuty
he clinnired to conform to said man. and
descriptions tllinl herewith, and that the
cterK enter sanl (Uworiiitmns in the pre-
einci recora noon as mo correct Uoscrip
lions anil boundiirios of all DreemetH
wiiniu me coiimy.
Fub, 9, 18'J2.
L. Ilurpole returned to Salem Sunday.
Willie Nee ley went to tbs valley Mouday
Mr. A, M. Thurman re turned from Juuo
(b'O. Hale wai delivering Judgo's notices
iiuwu in vaney iahi week.
Mra. I'uleri came very near dying last
wiiea tun i) hoiuu uviier now
Wanted: Information iu regard to lbs
wiya wbo dmcovered "Cole."
Mr. Hrewiiter, ot Kugene, paaaed down
lbs v.illej on bia way to bis place.
The (Irmn alalea that J. L. Atkiuiuu
will be our ueit road aupervisor.
Mr. Psiera nvently loat a valuable oow
by gettiug her head laat under a log.
Pert waa at en going uii the road HuuJav
loukiug awful While. Wonder what cau bs
An mfaut child of Mr. sud Mrs. John
Hill, of ( btwher, died laat Saturday aud
waa bunuil 8uuday.
Lynns llro. moved T. T. Baruhait up to
Kliuir last week, aud lbs compauy will
oou bare tbe mill in limning order.
I bailie Lyons came veiy near getting
his leg broken by falling into tha Long
ioiu creek among Ibe logs. Hotter look
out uexf time Charlie.
I'leusant Hill Items.
We leaiu that Mr.
Mr. A. Ilick couteoiplatea going to Flor
Miss I.eua Calliaon of Jasptr
here this week.
Some from this plaoe ant attending
riitiiuusiiou iu r.ugeue mis week.
The family ot Wm. Woolen doe not im
plore very rapidly. Mrs. Woolen died last
The sulworiptiou fbool taught by Prof.
Hunt is doing good work aud giviug geuer
Mr. Caron M.itibews it visiting al his
old home now mauled by his two broth
era, F.. and A. II. M.ilihewa
Mr. tho Skaga tired of ahool seeks
(or other ruiplotmenta aud drops Into keU
ley's loggiug cauip IU Loat vall.y.
Tbe Plrasaul Hill Cornet Hand art ar
ranging plana for an anniversary of (be
orgsuualion of the band (our yearaago
A Mm if) k Attauimkxt KlierlfT
Noluiid, iiIiii-muiv, aeneil aiiotlur
sttni Inn. nt mi F II. Lucluy'a pmim n
ty. It l in fnvor of Wllllum Alleii, .
HaU y, for ,ooo, l,rmw wl hut No.
veinla r, without a note, or mvuritv.
Tbla bringa u- total aiuiKint of at tat Ii
Kail Creek Klaslies.
' Fb. 10, "Jl.
Miri Ell Umtoion is on Iks nick IUI.
MitnNDcjr suit Mnry Col Bui.dnyeil
tT. K. Wsrner's.
J. , Uunnloutt uiid i. Usuuor are sfflict-
ed with lbs grip.
Minn MagflS Mutliaoo is vUiling reltifs
Memirs Uird uai Kveaey, of Junpi-r,
were here rkturday.
Itor. Cilliion preachd tt Ibis plus st 11
o'clock s. m , sod lte. 8eeoey prenched
at huocor Hollow t 3 o'cluck, p. iu., 8uo
Mi's Diion closed bur cobool l Unity
hint Friday, with sn inteimilinK proKmnini"
nd s goodly number of viilor pr sent.
Hue hae taught very uccesfal term of
ecbool snd baa been rmployed to teach tbs
ipriug aihool which will commence tbs
first of April.
l'lOWIXO. The farmers have been
Improving the weather of the past
month ami have plowed and seeded a
lurge urea of the tunning lands in Iaiie
county. The ground w as never in let
ter condition to work than now.
Dinah f uhcbahku. In place of the
are dynamo destroyed by fire lbs LIMinc
Liubl Company be purcbuaed an Kdixon
n,, hin. It will arrive here iu a day or
two aod be placed lo position soon aa pon
ibis. The company baa replaced the in
oaudsHcrpi tuui'biiie with another of (be
earns manufacture but with double tbs
French Tansy Wafers.
These wafers are for the relief and
cure of pulnful and Irregular menses,
ami will remove all olmtructloiis, no
matter what the cuuse. and are sure
and sufe every time. Manufactured by
Kmerson Drug Co., Han Jose, Cal., and
for sale by Osburn & DeLano.
Administrator's Sale of Keal Prop
erty. In the matter nf the eatate )
Kilwin K. Ktilea, deceaneiL )
NOTICE 18 HKKKHY (JIVK.V THAT
by virtue of an onler nf the County
('(iiirtnf Mtid Lane county, made at the Fell.
tHrtn, 1S'.)2, 1 will oftor for aale on Saturilay,
March lL'th. IS'' at the Court Hiiuae doomf
aid oiiinty, at pulilic aurtinn, between the
hmira nf Mn clnrk a. m. anil t u clock p. in. ol
aid day the tnllowinit dcrihe.l real pmjiertv.
to witi It .No 2 Sec 17 T 1 8 It 10 W, V
M, conUluing S3..rM acrea of land In Lane
county, Uregnn. Terma nf aale, caili.
UKO. It. WOHKIS,
DBS. J. W. 4 JENNIE S. BAHNABD,
SI'KCIAI.TIKS-Klilnrr and I.lvvr PlM-anci
(ijnccoliiKJ and OlMlvtrice.
OFKI.'RatreHldi-ncuon Olive alruct tvtween
Uth and lOlh ilrcvU.
For Bilious Attacks
and all disorders of
the stomach, liver,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills
and most popular
Dr. Js C. Ayer & Co.
E. E. KNIGHT,
Shop in I. O. O. Y., building, rear of Mitch
all's Stove Ktnporlutn
I Guarantee all Work.
Tatnavera will take notice that I will lie at
the usual voting nlaees of the respective I're-
cincta, in Lane oniinty, Oregon, (rum 10
fl,clock a. m. until 3 o clock u, ru. o( each
day, (or themtrvoae o( collei-tlon of Taxea,
lor tin vear l'.'l, as lollows, to wit:
Ken. VI, mi
1 av im.
I.. at Vallev.
Tuesday, March 1,
Wednesday " 2,
ThutiKiay, ' .
1 ueedav, Feb. 111.
We.lnas lay, "
iaitisvers will take notice of tin (ollosrind
law, Mge 1,901, section 2,7'JCV, Laws at Ore
Kanvnerusi raschnir la such ivacinrt
ahall (ail to attend at aitah time and nlaoa
and ay hisnr bar taxes, such delinquent may
lv me acme at tne I ounty rat to lh
Shsrilf. and if he fails to lv within M d.n
ae afureaaid, and the Sheriff visit, his rea..
den-v, the Sheriff may collect nl such person
lor ni. own use tea oent. per mil, rdng and
J AM Km E. MILAM).
Rherlff atvl Tu Cullerii (ur Lana CiMintr.
lausj al Euveoe, Orrfva, January 90, W
riiiiiini, Tin Work and
Stock Kaisers Learn Kconoiny and
As riVhoniliiK Is roii.lilercd a itri nt ndvnntHKt'
liyall who have tried II, and II may Ih- nl
there la no ln'tler 'Ml money liy Hiom- im ulng
lock when lent Inn U necessary, either Inilinirs
or outni'le, or H hen ilairyliiK Is ina.le a sieeisl
ty. In this ellmale It may ! practiced In mid
winter if st.x'k Is lieniK led. '1 lie spring iniinilis
arc a very propur lime, and retnemlier
llu'i Patent DeHoriHe Knife,
severs the tiorn ItiHtHiitly, coiiiineiicinir at one
snle aud making a siraliiht. .iihhiiIi cut to the
other, with much lospniii than the saw, himI
heals much ipilcker. So In IIoh Iiik. sw ilchlnit
ol the tall or walling of I lie eyes Tlil kulle
can la had at Milton Mc.Murrny's hlackhinlih
shop, KiiKeue, Or. . Anyone wishing territory to
oiwralc. in please B.Mre.s 1 1 A M 1 1. 1 i X .M I I . K K V,
FARMERS AID MILL EN
Are you going to buy
this year. If so don't fail to call on us, see our
stock, get our prices and keep up with
We sliull hereafter import our goods in OA It LOAD LOTS direct
the KASTKltN FACTORIES and will sell at
Call or writo for our Catalogue?.
Iniiiiries by correspondence given prompt attention.
NORTON & MORRILL,
Corner 7th and Willamette Streets, Kugene, Oregon.
1 am now
AT OKKATLY REDUCED I'KICE
1 have a
Which 1 will close
Other Slioo Woar at
The value of an investment in
merit which it imsscsses, ami the
That is why
bent Investment in F.ujrriie, esiKidnlly if
Adjoltiliin tlif I'lilveoity grounds ami tho ity limits on the Hast, with
Htnvt-ears, rity water ami electric lights extending to it, it is
the mod convenient and do-drnldo property on the market.
Never mind the weather, rXlVl'.HSlTY ADDITION, is high
and dry and naturally well drained, l'riivs low, and on easy terms.
Call on or write to II. N. Cookerlino,
BARGAINS. - -
We are thv rwople-
MEN'S, BOY S AND CHILDRENS"
Such as Neglige, Satoou and
Uiulorwaro, Nockwarc, Scks, Ktc.
The latest styles
Re also have a verv Hue line o( Hlaiiki ts and
Kverythina marked at hftirra lhat ,'aiin. ta undi
8. II. Kakik. .Ih.,
Paid up Cash Capital $50,000
Surplus anil rroiiis, as.o.uwi
Eugene City - - Oregon.
A ieueral banking huslneai dona on reason
able rrwK Sight draft on NEW YOKK,
('IIP A(it). NAN C JIAXJISCU and I'UKl
LAN I). OliKtJOX.
Hills of exchang. sold on foreign countries.
PciM siu received auhject to check or certilc
cate if deiKisit.
Ah collections entruied to us will receive
l)u. K. L. WILLOUGHHY,
Al! Work: Warraitei to Gire Satlsfactloj.
MlrouvOxlilu Ciaa and local aniesthetlrs for
1 lii' pnliilcss cxttaction ol teeth.
(iKKI''i:-(iver Matlock's store, Eugene, Oregon
largo stock of -
out BKI.0W C0T.
Away Down Trice?-.
J. D. MATLOCK. "
jirotierty dept'inls upon tho actual
prospects of its increasing in value.
Property In the
you want a U'tiutiful place ftira lioini'.
Eugene, Or. Ollloe in Register building.
that aire bargains tu
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHINC.
WihUm. Shirits, Dnva Shirty,
is dlm-l (rum the Salem Woolen M ilia,
t'time and srw us.
- r soli!
HOWE & BICE.
( . IUhhsii sn,
if i i n
ML HF GOODS
During the roinaining time I offer you exceptional
I want your custom and will now give you tho chance of selecting
from the largest and most complete stock of goods ever shown here at
the end of tlie fall teaion.
Please Take Notice of the loin Goods & Prices
Beautiful White Blankets, all
Good G-pouiid Gray Blankets,
Large all wool Colored Blankets, !jo.2o, tormer price $7,50
In Ladies and Gents Underwear
I offer 500 suits, cunt's vests and drawers, at 25 ner nnni
,0 , j-... VVllfc,
ofl'lowest cash price; 100 ladies' natural wool vests and
pants for 90 cts.. old price $1.35: iersev vests for 50 pu
400 pair ladies' fast black hose
aiuu line oi gents, misses ana cnnurens at uost.
10 yds apron check for $1.00.
10 yds Indigo I-lncs f.ir if 1.00. 20
cneap rrints ior -tluu.
15 yds Cabot W. for if 1.00. 17 yds
iiieaciiwi ior tfi.uu. 14 yds ilope i.ieacliwl lor fl.uu.
2 fine Emb. dress patterns .oO, furnier price !(15
1 fine Emb. dress pattern 9.00, " " 10
2 fine Emb. dress patterns' 11.00 " " 18
Broadcloth 95 cts. per yrd; sold all winter for $1.25 and 1.50.
Velvet, Plushes, Silks and all dress goods at correspondingly low
hgurcs. Don t lorget to look at my hue black and colored
Henriettas in all grades.
r00 puirofntylinh pants from one of the lx'st tailoring iiiiiniifiietiiring eslnb
liMlmu'iits in the Kant.
ftl.OOO worth of gent's, youth's, Iio.v'h anil ehildreii's suits; all nice fresh
stoek. Must go to make room for Spring goods.
Don't forget the hhoe department, at fabulously low prices. Ladle's heavy
oil-grained button shoes at fl.l.'i; former price fl.50. Ladies fine Dongolii
button shoes f 1.25; former price f 1.73.
Germantown Yarns, 75 cts. per Pound.
Fan and Spring Wagons,
FARMERS: If you want anything in our line
you cannot afford to buy before examin
ing our stock and get Our Prices.
Harrisburg and Independence.
Peters it Ch err v
Voo m (lnd thstnJr4
: ana: came: Medicine.!
No Arni; or nllmony-Ournlil In krrk
our iurk m iwud ( uuditlun.
Clw:r ul BtStriia CctliUci Pjii:n!
(Insli : Salt,
wool.$0.75, former price $9.00
$2.25, sold all fall for $3.50
for 12 J cents per pair; also
12 yds dress ginghams, $1.00
yds good Prints for 1.00. 24 vds
L. L for $1.00. 12 yds Lonsdale
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Bugo ies, Carriages and Carte
J. L. PAGE,
TTAVINU A LARGE AND COMPLETK
' 1 fork nf 8upl and Kmcr Grocrriai,
! kouk'!1 in h Vt mrkU 1 ' ' "
EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH,
. (o offr lh rutilk better print thta Bjr
j o'kr h"U '
i frmluc of all kind Ukm at rarket pric