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AND COUNTY .
. FEBBOAUY 13, mi.
Nolo (f Till.
iHMK-rotli' Central Committee
T"'1 , ...tV nurts at the Court
"'. 1'Vdth ,f I'VI-nmry, lwtt,
k m., and tho Tilde. Huh
I'0 i 7 o'clock that evening, ut
'fTftnl attendance U mmmtni.
it nihwIk-h will In- made hy
a" ,k crs. and K0O,l till,e ?'',ll'r
''Vs ctcd Jh'ul.HiiiH as well
Kt-an- cordially invited to
Saie r Property.
- .ii.iwliiir property law lieeti wild
ffiZiilf'rtax. We give
Und Company, then.
t l.n the ' -o32, tp
$ t l'r eU-iuli... 1,10 trB'
ITa Pirkrjr. - ft,??
1 e; containing 100
l"; i ; f.'.r Vih'sH! '
OuM tlUU j
ttrtlbltatliw. the swi
,p W s, r 1 e; ctmtaining b.0
Jj Brown, the ne 1 of w 34, tp
6Mle;c..DtamiDg loO re-. ?
tti i i'.' " 1. 1)' Ko'r'rMt for 18. 85.
GaMMd'lutow, then J of s i of
c, tpW. r 1 OS nUilui,1
JCffiM. the nw i of W, tp20
arl w: containing K-0 acres, tX
Jinw H Kiuwll, ae J of sec 20, tp 20
' Tr 1 wj containing 100 acre,, tax 7
SuW to Mm Kate S Munra for 18.8j.
Voi C Hcktt. the.lof.ec32,tp
... . i u. .w.iitaininir 100 acres.
'" . 7 20
Mit Mrs Kste s Munrs for 18'83
WSWWW'I. then J of M of sec
24,tpl5. rl e; contemns 100
Iti.L D Forrest for 8
Duid Vedeweter, the sw 1 of wo 24,
tp 15 1, r l e; couuuumg 1Uv ....v.
US.i!tl t L D Forrest ior f 18.85.
JSSwofforn, the se 1 of sec 28, tp 15
trie: containing M0 acres, tax .
Sold to L D Forrest for $18. so.
A K Shaw, the se J of nee 32, tp 15 a,
f 1 1: containing 100 acres, tax . ..
Sold t" L 1 Forrest for II8.80.
H 3 Shaw, the of ec 24, tp 15 i,
rle;iMiiUining 100 acres, tax...
SM Up John (i Day for 18.85.
U B Kevnold, the 4 of n 4 of eo
, tp 15 r 1 e; contttiniuu 100
HTff, tftX '
Sold to I. L Forrest for $18.8.").
Alii lteiuint.n, the nw of ec !W,
tp 15 1, r 1 ej cuntaiiiiutf 100 acres
S.ild to 1 1) Foirsat forl8 8;.
Arthnr lonanl, the e J of the w J of
kc20, tp 15 , r 1 e; containing
lliO acre, tax
Sold to I. 1) Forrest for 18.85.
John Kwn, tlie e J of the e J of ueo
20, tp 15 8, r 1 e; containing 100
Sold to I, U Forrest ior 18.85.
foith Hall, the w , the e J of eo
2b, tp 15 r 1 e; contaiuiuK 100
S. IJ to 1, 1) Forrest for 8I8.80.
TtuB Hanks the i of the a 4 of
in 20, tp 15 r, r 1 e; containing
100 acre,, tax
Sold to J ii l)avfor18.85.
FAWickeus the w J and w J of n
t rf me 30, tp 18 , r 1 ei con-
taming 240 acres, tax
Sold to L D Forrest for $18.85.
IA Smith, the ue of sec 24, tp 18 s,
r 1 e, containing 100 acrea, tax . .
Sold to L 1) Forrest for $18.85.
AT Morse, the w J of nw and n 4
of ie J, sec 10, tp 18 s, r 1 e; con
taining 100 acreH, tax
Sold to L 1) Forrest for J18.85.
Wo Eudey, the sw i of sec 32, tp 15
a, r 1 : containing 100 acres, tax.
bold to E F Chapman for 18.85.
Wm Davidson, the aw of aeo 28, tp
15 a, r 1 e; containing 100 acres,
Sold to E F Chapman for 818.85.
IW Bunker, the a J of n of aeo 24,
tp 15 1, r 1 e; containing 100 acres
Sold to E Chapman for $18 85.
I W Bunker, the sw J of sec 22, tp 15
', r 1 e; containing 100 acres, tax.
Sold to E F Chapman for $18.85.
frank Burgess the nw of sec 22, tp
15 1, r 1 e; containing 100 acres,
Sold to Mike Shneider for $18.85.
Charles Ban tun, the se i of nw and
lot 3, see 12, tp 21 a, r 4 w; con
taining 70 acres, tax
Sold to Ira Miwley for $10.80.
Clara Anderson, the aw 4, of sec 28, tp
17 1, r 1 ej containing 100 acres,
Sold to L D Forrest for $18. 85.
Wu B Uruce, the e J of the w J of
tp 17 a, r 1 e; containing
ItiO acres, tax
8ol1 to Mrs Kate 8 Munra for $18.85.
Milan M Melvin, the w of the e J
of lec tn 17 . r 1 cnotain-
in 100 acres, tax 7 20
, , Sold to Mrs Kate 8 Munra for $18.85.
'inn Hansen, the ne of sec 24, tp II
htlt; containing 100 acres, tax.
bold to Mike Shneider for $18.85.
. D Keenr;
ill wiih la
fhie is a protracted meeting being con;
"uciep to ijosben at preseut
T" debating society will bold jts regtt
iretipg Saturday iveniug.
. Mr. Barcer. an nncle to Mrs. Eby has
lP TiMiing the family this wiek.
Ststeifister, Hayei, delivered Ucture
M'sttUy to the orange and Dubbc. in the
Jbfl HUnunnt Hill AnmnnnV
P"W "ixi Rights in a Br room" 'or u
"SUB svening of the 5th
. r. Wm Durham, pf Polk county, b9
"U ttoppiu,, at C. I. Mathew" Ibis week
""wgapatr of horses,
tl Cummlniis and sister. Miss Olive.
2'J, haa been visiting at Ben Kwney's.
Keeney i their aunt.
Vernnn t,.iliua whn nnrchaaed
f'Pf'lr will bnihi imtntialelv and intend'
"'OS bit family here from Eugene tbi
"Mher trne or otherwise, there are
11! this vicinity who ar beginning to
'hat on oooaaioua when an enter
J"0' is annonueed for this place some
Water ia called npon by divine authority
kIJ "eries of religions meeting!. This
Ptli'p (of the best, however.
from a field jut north of the Eu-
F Will. L: J " 1 on
..Miuniv ui luge aooui u. -P'
nearly new, Olivers patent
4a.l0. Pamted hloek and Ted.
("PfhmTelli'Co.; able ajfenw, ' Fort
Oregon." makers and agent namea
ritt white paint. I will pay the
Jr'Kward for information leading to
ictionof the guilty person.
f Tidixos Xo Dev deyelopmenta
ij won to light as to tba eaoea 'of th
gywjMc. oj Eaged. B- nckey.' Th
P belief it that be bat been mnrdered,
m insane and committed anicida.
Kiev I net.
Cunvai shots at U. E. K's.
Walton & Kkipwortu, Lawyer.
Go to 0. E, Kratisae for loot we r.
Itilliher bottom shoes at O. E.. Krau-xi-'a.
Money to loan on farms Empilre of Judge
Hot and fold hatha erery day in the week
at Jerry Horn's barber aho'p.
For tine suits made to order and ready
made clothing, fco to Ed llansou.
1 5,000 worth of ladies' shoes 10 lie sold at
orbtlowcoht. J. D MatLocK.
Mr Geo F Craw has the sole agency for all
brands of the celebrated Tansil l'unrh Cigars
Itenietuber that Hanson & Son have
lM selected stock of clothing in town.
HrinK your old scrap cast Iron to the F.n
t;eiie Irou Foundry where you can dispose
F.iitfi-ii" Flour $1.3.1 per sack. The Eu
geu Flouring mills make the best ijnalily
of roller mill dour.
If you are getiing too old (or your spec
tacles, or if tliey 1I0 not eiacily suit you take
thetn to Walla and have new lenses fitted.
Dr O. W. Hid. lie may be found at bis
residence ,,n Olive street, between Fifth and
Hixth streets oue block west nf the Minne
sota Hotel He is prepared to do all deni
ed work in the best manner.
The best family remedy is undoubtedly
I'fuuder's Oregon Blood Turifler. Harm
less, it accomplishes relief where many oth
er uiediciuea (nil to do. Il may he safely
giveu to the infant as well as the udult.
Oxford tiea at 0. E. K's.
Fountain pens at Watts'.
Overgaiters at O. E. K's.
Job work at the Guabu office.
Tenuis goods at 0 E. K'a.
We lead others follow. O. E, K.
Wigwam (dippers at O. E. Kniusse'a.
Kuasel shoes at O. E. K's.
Meu'a patent leather shots at O. E.
Blank deeds and mortgages for sale at the
The best assortment of children' shoes
will be found nt 0. E. Krsusse's.
When wanting a nice tie or anything in
the furnishing Hue go to J, E. lloud.
Blank notices fir the location of quaitz
minea for aale at the (ll'Alil) office.
For all kinds of fitruiiiij, implements call
ou J. M. Hendricks on N'iuth Street
Screen windows and doors, glass, aasb and
doors at Bkialow & Kirkpathick.
My entire stock 10 per cent, discount for
cash. J. D. Matlock.
What It It?
That produces that beautifully aoft com
plexion and leaves no traces of its applica
tion or injurious effects? The answer, Wia
dom's Kobertine accomplishes all this, and
is prononnced by ladies of taste and refine
ment to be the most delightful toilet article
ever produced. Warranted harmless and
matchless. F. M. Wilkius, agent, Eugene
Geo. V. Kinsey, Auctioneer.
When you waut your goods, household
furniture or land sold at auction, call of
Geo. W. Kiusey, the pioneer and most suc
cessful auctioneer in Lane County. He will
attend to all sales on a reasonable com
wIimii aaiitino oBinaterv work go to E.W .
Acbison & Co , who are prepared to furnish
all kinds at lowest prices for flrst-olass work.
Our Portlaud cemont walls for enclosing
cemetery lots are the finest yet put upon
the market, and are furnished at about half
the cost of stone. Call ami see our oeouu
fnl Barre & Westerly granites and best
grades of Vermont marble. Offices at Al
bany, Eugene aim uoseourg.
very itespeciiuiiy iuum,
E. W. AcniNsoN & Co.
Sheep Inspectors Notice.
in r.nm in T.ann oou ii I V owning scab
by sheep or sheep afflicted with other dis
eases, are hereby notified that said sheep
must be thoroughly dipped, sufficient to kill
said disease, forthwith. ,
Any person failing to comply wiiu iui uu
tice will be liable to have his sheep dipped
by the Inspector at said persons's expense.
Take notioe and save costB,
Dated June 5, 1801.
Geo. Fibhkb, Sheep Inspector.
TjCMUkb Notics.-Go to the Depot lumbej
yard for cheap lumber. Andrews will not
be undersold. .
Call a Halt-Tbat' tired languid feeling
meausthat your system is in a siaie w m
vite disease, and Wright's Compound Ex-
i u.,.Qnorillft is what vou need at
once to expel impurities of the blood and
baud you np. ooia oy an ruggo".
Don't Believe It
When told that F. M. Wilkins, tha druggist,
is not selling "Wisdom's llooerune - ior io
nplexion, the most eiegauv auu
harmless preparation ot its u na u iu
world, and giving a beautiful picture card
with every bottle.
Carroll, A R ,
nark, O W
(It'lhiTt, Or J C
Hardy, Mr II
Unmrj, l'r A
Miller, H O
Plaster, O W
Carter, Miss Minnie
Coy, I) H
COOS, .1 D
Klliolt, Mrs K
Klopleiistein. J C
vi hi iu Miss Uertha.
A chsrfe of one cent will be made on each
letter given out. Persons calling for letters will
p ease say wnen otiu.
1, PAQE'S CASH PRICES.
I will Not Bel nlcr'o,d-
18 lbs Granulated Sugar ...
22 lbs Extra C Sugar
23 lbs GoluVn C Sugar. ...
25 hi Choice Pried Appjes
25 1hs " " P's
Arbuckle's Coffee . (()
10 oausCorn in" 75
b-m b-'X le
12-1) box Sodu
6 caus Good Table Peaches
5 cans Best ''
5-gall jn can Best Pearl Oll.- -
For every aale E. J. Frasier makes of his
351otsln Engeneaud Florence for six
r-i, ir.th.lie will donate 1
niouiu anei A tu, 1
to the Free Tveading Koom and Jl to the
W. B. C. of Enene, k.b of which be
looks upon as inatitntionr which should re
cdve the heartiest public support aid en-
TbxCannicbt Fatirtm- -'4;o,kuolders
lathe wonery Wprelty heavy lose ra but
111 DOl irci i. m.--,
... J....1 it mnh at inev cau ujw
it all back io 90 dai a by attending me
Iailj Guard, Feb. 10.
FcMTiox.-As.aor McPber-on wdl
begin '""- nina It .,11
llmtrtcl jo. , hum""
Uke bim about ten day
to complete the
MUX DAY, FKll.K.
J. M. Hodson, of Fori land, was in the
Mrs. J. It, KUimm it-turned homo
Tito flum-lu-H held Inrjrt' ronrcpi
Mrs. O. Itetimon went to Portland to
visit relaliv, s today.
)r. t'h. Ht, r Odium spoilt Suml iy with
his best girl at Harrishiirg.
Cyrus Walk ins visited Junction today.
He reports Win. dimming a little better.
Ide Xieklltt niul Sloven SH'iieer, of
l'ortliiinl, iH'iit Suiidtiy in Ktijrene.
Frank Gooduiau went to Portland this
morning where he will peimnnently reside
The ivMirtod marriage of John lluv
eiuie, nt Jiieksilivllle, tiroves to U-11
Deputy Sherill" Meliheo left for
Floremv tills iimriiliiK to servo 11 iiuiu
lier of lepil pnK'rs.
l'lilieeliuill Witter arrested the rod
headed Ninth street shoemaker this
iimrniiiK, on the eharno of drunkonoss.
1. lie is like a inline of faro, siiys 1111
exehaii;e. You never know' what
card Is eoniing up or whether it will
win or lose.
U gi"iiiug Wednesday tlie Albany local
train a ill leave Albauy at 0:30 a. m , instead
of at 5 o'c'oik, aud the Koseburg local will
leave Portlaud at 8:10 a. in. iustead of 805
Cy lienitott, late of Hoppiier, ot
in a row last evening and was arrested
ly l'olieeinan Wlttor. Ho was fined
i't lind ousts this inornitiL' by Hoeorder
Ashland Tidings: A Kinmaib county
corrtspoudeut reports that 'JO deer were
killed last week ou the moui.taius east of
Langill valley, and every pound of the
meat takeu home by the huulers.
The theory that E. It. Luckey fled to
avoid creditors, seems absurd in the l ght
offsets. His property was unincumbered
ut the time he disappeaied aud no single
act of bis can b: adduced to support such
Frank Anderson is suffering from a se
vere bruise on oie of bis legs. A short
time since he hurt lbs leg and he other
day wliile miming, out sou lb, fell (rom a
log aud cut it in tue same place. The ltg is
The Aniioortes Daily and Weekly
Progress has suspended. The Anaoortos
Ixmnicrs must have let i;n. It is only u
little while since they wore paying1 the
Oregon inn $;ihki a 'month to print
1 1001 1 1 items with a telegraphic date
over them, as if they wore vonuino dis
patches from Aniioortes,. Those $:t000
would have helped the progress of An
iioortes nlloat n little longer.
Corvallis Gazelle: Philomath has had a
sensation. A tramp entered the Chiuese
section house out there the other day and
in the presence of the entire Celestial house
hold demanded all the loose change there
was on the premises. Frightened at the
verbal audacity of the bold and brazen high
wayman, the bewildered CbinAmen bowed
in obedience to the request and handed over
twenty-five dollars, wbiihont offering the
least resistance. The trump then started
westward, going as far as Chitwood, where
he held up anothei Chinaman from whom
be obtained one hundred dollais, a sum in
the mind's eye of the maddeued Mongolian
not lobe picked np every day. The damp
followiug Horace Greeley's advice contin
ued "to go west," but was overtaken at To
ledo Wednesday and taken back to Philo
math, wliere he is undergoing the Bevere
sufferance of the puuisbment of the law.
He is a bold trump but the peniteutiary will
put a check on bis pluudeiiug of pockets.
TUESDAY, FEH. 0.
Captain Packnrd is still quite ill.
J. X. Teal, a Portland attorney and
politician is in the city.
Miss Estella Hracken returned from
Cove, Oregon, last night.
O. P. Ostrander, the geuial proprietor ol
the Belknap Springs is in tho city.
Drew flriftlti Rot his left hand slight
ly injured during the fire last night.
An extra train was here today en
gaged in distributing ties ulong the
.T T fireoo died at Portland jester-
A. She was well known by muny in tms
Mrs. Zella Savage, of Salem , came up on
the local to lay 10 uttend the funeral ol
n. T T ill n'f Alhai.v. is bavins 100 acres
nf latl ,1 cleared in Benton county, and will
set it all out in Ben Duv ia apples.
John Hlukelv. of Middle Fork, has
returned from Portland. He hasconti
detioe of his complete recovery.
an. Arm itaoe came up from Portland
fiainrdav to attend the bedside of bis sister,
Mrs. Getchell, a notice of whose death is
giveu iu this ls-ue.
Tho attorneys for ti e county nave nieti a
demurrer in the lupm eu t -sm oi me u
& C. R. U against iUe couuiy, for the col
lection of county taxes
Tim Vfiiinville town council WUH
waited on n nhort time ago by a dele
gation of ladies with a petition asking
t tut t he IIOIH1S KlVt'll uy siiukiu in vim i-
etors be complied with.
Salem Statesnmn: The lloselmrg
Iloview is somewhat excited about tlie
Salem cannery; it wants one in nose
burg. It is all right in an ihwub
cent the dividends to stockholders
thev haven't seen the dividends. But
the farmers and others have seen
Dally Guard, Feb. 9.
A Compj.imkntaby SDPPKB.- The Oregon
Hose Company of the Eugene fire depart
ment was the recipient of a Bupper last
night after the fire at the instance and
expense of E. Bangs as a mark of apprecia
lion for the prompt work of the company.
The boys desire to express their thanks for
ihe compliment. They also desire to ex
tend their thanks to Mrs. F. M. Wilkina
who prepared a nice luucbeon for them.
., .t -
Difii. At the family residence on
Xorlh Washington street in Eugene,
this nioruiiiir, February 9, Mrs, Mary
( iotehell, aged about SO, years. he dt
ccased was a daughter f U;o, Aml
t...... ' in Mineral kkik diuw iumi
the ('iimljeiland Presbyterian church,
v,.,ittesil.iv ut 1 o'clock n. iu.. to the
Attach KD- The stK'k of grsids
furiuerly In-longing to Jatnib Mitchell,
i.nt now in isissession of S. H. luikin,
le tiiioer a e battel mortgage, was at
t..,Vi,..,l l,v Sherill" Xolatid. Feb. 0th,
on a claim irom me nrnige
Heaeh Manafiicturing Co., of St. Louis,
Mo., fr i1.l funiisheil Mr.
DismisskI). In Justice Henderson's
court, Tuesday, the cam' of the
State of Oregon v Jeremiah PjpeSj for
using obscene bngtrage In y 0. tirtni
of ladiis wits dbstifl'i oil motion of
the r.niMeutlng attorney. It upiears
(here' Is no such crime, as the law was
reitoaled by the legislature Hi l).
Dallv tiuard, Feb. 10.
t.. i The following members of
i vu t:r Pi.at nf this cilv. went to Sa
4, n . . ' , . , ,
Inn today to attend tne encanipmeni oi iue
Grand Army whic h meets in thut oitj tomor
row moro.Dg, (kmrtt t. tteisoer, b. r.
t9aratan. W. F. Martin. . r. Uill. i. (
Dodd ami a. K. " iinm. ""
Isdieawill leave for Baltm tomorrow morn
ing to attend the annual meeting of the
Ladies' Kebel Corpa.
WEDXESPAY, FEH. Id.
SoIhmiI i-loct Ion next month.
Candidates for city oflhvs scanv.
The marine caclels have boon dis
banded. II. ('. Perkins hits hiitl out a town
site at Ehnira.
Dr. Sheltnu has so fur recovered ihat he
is uow uble to sit up most of the lime.
(too. M. llyland is uow connected
with the Iloltoii House nt Portland.
Michael Schneider and wife went to
Salem ou the litcal this morning ou a
Al Anton has sold his interest in the
Waltorvillc store to his partner ami n
turucd to Eugene.
E. J. Frnsior returned from a visit to
( 'it I i Ion i in on this morning's overland
train. Ho is looking quite well.
J. W. Doak, who bus been visiiing iu
Lue county tliinu tho winter, li ft ibis
morning for his home iu Morrow ivuiily.
Julius (ioldsiuith anil family have
commenced keeping house iu the resi
dence owned by Mr. Hunter, ou High
1.. (i. Adair will leave tomorrow
night for San Francisco, to la- absent
about ten days. Mrs. Adair during
that time wiil visit at Portland and
The Shadow Social at June i n last pri
day eveinug nt lle.t ji 1 1 '2u. The money
will be used lor the purpose of s. uting the
new opera house al I but place.
J. (i. Stevenson is a candidate for
the olllce of school superintendent,
subject to the decision of the coming
lvpuitlican comity convention.
J P. (Iiilbraitb, well known by in iny
here, baa announced hiinsell us a candidate
for clerk of I. inn countv, subject to the de
cision of I lie d'lnoctatic convention nf that
Another attachment was placed ou
Jacob Mitchell's stock of stoves and
tinware this morning by Sherill' No-
laiitl, lorStvS", in favor ol K. I.. Salmi,
Dev. ('. M. Hill, of Portland, has
lioon invited to deliver the baccalaure
ate sonuon commencement week at (In
state University, anil has aeeeptotl the
Since the crmpletion of Ihe Oregoninu
road to Springneld, mail from points down
the road to points souib ol l'.ugene is sent
to Springfield snd transferred to the Califor
nia express ut Henderson.
The Eugene republican club has been
reorganized. The new ollloors are: S.
V. Condon, president; I, X Honey, 1st
vice presidout; A C Woodcock, tl vioe
president. The other ottieers remain
A Hroodors Association has Urn
formed in Portland of gentlemen in the
Xorthwest. A circuit for racing has
boon prepared. Eugene is on the list,
and tlie date is the week beginning
Two funeruls took place from Eugene to
day. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Getcball
took place Irom the Lumuenauu rresoj tcr
ian church to Gillespie cemetery at 1 p.
m. That of Mrs. Uhoda A. Anderson took
place fiom the residence ou Pearl street to
the Musouii) cemetery at 2 p. m.
Florence West: About nine miles
up the Xorth Fork river is a piece of
swamp limit containing anoui '."
acres, notion nnuernurg owiisuoohi
;Ki acres of this land ami to place it in
lit condition it is necessary that it bo
drained. Hetweon the swamp and the
river is a ridge of rock hills nlsmt .'WO
foot through at the base. The only
possible means ot draining tins swamp
sto tunnel through the hill, thus
making a wuter-way to the river.
With this oh oet in view air. tintier-
burg, together with a few of his neigh
bors, have gone to work on tne tunnel
and are now in aliout lifty feet, it is
quite an undertaking for so few men,
but should they succeed in getting
through and successfully draining the
swamp they will be well paid for their
A line line of new clocks Just received
ut W. Holloway's, Eugene, all makes
iiml at new prices. You can save,
money by oalliug. "Don't forget."
W. Hollowav has increased his stock
of watches this year and will make a
specialty of them, giving you prices
and iiuarantoos that others cannot
touch. Call and lie convinced.
Watches at Holloway's.
Clocks at Holloway!s.
Jewelry at Holloway's.
Organs at Holloway's.
Holloway's prices Iteats all.
StiTl Unheard Of.
Nothing new in the E. H. Luckey
case has developed during the past
Thousands of circulars, containing a
nbtitoL'ranh and description of the miss
inu-iiiiiii have Urn sent out through
the I'nited States. We herewith pul
lish the circular:
To Chiefs of Poliee, Civil oniecrsand
Detectives: E, H. Luckey, a druggist
of Kiiirene. Orciron. tlisaitH.'iired last
Monday night, 1st inst, from Perkins
House, Portlaud, Oregon. Mr. Luek
ev Is MH years old. weighs about Wo
pounils, has tiarK nair, not cut, eiy
close, thin on ton of head: light brown
eyes, heavy long eye lashes, dark inus-
tiiHChe, rattier heavy; ciuii viiiisivein.
iilmost black, eight inches long, shaved
sitleof facedown to coriu-r of mouth,
MiL'ht beoiisidosoriueea growth oi
six WHfks, unless he shaved side of
face after co g to I'orunnu. J ins
full face, broad large nose, walks erect,
Is slightly lame in right leg, has Iteen
unwell from effect of la gripio, wore
gray coat and vest, pants gray with
small striM's, brown overcoat, congress
shoes, No li; supposed to lie demented;
skin dark, aud red; small blood veins
visible in Ids face.
Lilieral reward to anyunn lusting
him. M. C, KM, 1,1 VAN,
Feb. 7, HiMtjii 12, LabUs lilk.
M Mi i ii"iiiMiJ.ni:M.
I nnlrasniil frrtlH'SiiHml ol Those
Ho Weill a vittralial'a Nerurliy.
Vw WniTcnu. Wt h.. Feb. 9.--In ihe
superior couit today, 'he city of Fairbaven
mmmanrl an it n E tlr St tbB l)0nC8men 01
the defaulting marshal, Parker, for 10,
IKKl Amone Ihe toti Umeu are E. L. Cow
gill and D. It. Hnntou. 1 be wivt s of uoue
of the bondsmen sigmd Ihe bold, and the
aenrl .minion Is that It IS wortlilssB.
Parker is in G .litems!, spendinj bis f 13,
001 sbalingj. L
How to Tell I -".oil, S,eea.i.
The first an I cl it'Kant r't is to
6n4,'ontv.Vte Vbt-y wets grown. The wri
te'?, Tho ia probably bw aide to judge in
this matter, by resM.n of long vesra of prac
tical eiperienee, feels sure there nre no
better stfds oflernl fcU)hetf than (hose
sold by Poasou's Se.d More, Portland, Or
'"'' . ,.;......, v.......l..'
Ibe uuiiure 01 an . . .....
is invaluable to the bonier and gurjuer
(freeloslOaodtel's -iL.ra d low Ibe
PsjstpoKKO. The entertainment an
nounced last Sunday to take pla-e in the
Brick Cbnrrb forth- b-n-fit of the Chris
tian Bundsv School bs l-en postponed
from ihe lit b to (Salur.Ur. the 20tb of F-b-ruary.
lJi- Every one rordtly tnvltej to
D, Linn A' Son, furniture and undertak
ing. The best buggy made for the money, Is F,
L. Chambers ft0 pleasure wagons.
Don't pass by D. Linn .v fon's furnitnre
store w ithout examining their tine new line
of furniture jllst received.
If you tut a suit of clothes or a pair of
pautaloou go to Davis, the tailor. He guar
antees satisfaction mid lotv prices,
Golden Ag- Disc Harrow with or without
seeder, best sud lowest price in the market
at F. L. CiiAMiiKiit.
Oliver Chilled Plow, also Olivers new
steel plow warranted to scour in any aoil.
Walking, Sulky or Gang Plows and tiny
thing you need to cultivate the ground
with. F. L. CiuMUKiia.
Eiiu'cuc llourat Henderson's.
Albany llourat Henderson's.
.Mcdl'ord Ihuir at Henderson's.
Junction llourat Henderson's.
You pays your money ami you takes
Wildwood tues, cross cut saws, wedges
mid sledgt s.
F. L. Ciumiims.
llailrtitid laiiteru and nil other kinds from
2. els. up. Kxtru globes and burners of all
kinds. F. L. ('iumiikiis.
(iet in the swim and chew "Whole
Peters A-Cherry at their feed store on
West Mb St. have choice fruit trees from
II. Phelp,, Spencer Ittitltt iiurstry, also
F.nglish ornamental thorn
If you are a democrat, lie a democrat
chew Wllnl.K Hon, or none,
The bcsl tobacco In the market Is
"Hrown's Natural Leaf."
Chris Marx has reduced the price of shar
ing at his shop to 15 rents.
The Bissell Chilled Plow is guar inlet d
to be the lightest running, best scouting
and chilled plow iu I he market. Try one.
Sitisfuction guurauteetl by Norlon A Mor
rill. The Minnesota Hotel has Wvn re
paired and refurnished. Terms Jd mt
tlav. Onlv one block from tho depot.
All kinds of garden seeds nt Fisher &
Fine blend coffte at Fisher & Williams.
Fisher & William, croceries.
Try Fisher & Willi.iius' tine tea.
One huudred nnd t' nly-three grndts of
tine tea at Fisher & Williams.
The J. I. Case steel plows have always
been tun beat and
Don't fail to get pi ices of
Norlon & Mor-
rill, Eugene, Oregon.
Notice of Dissolution.
Nolice is hereby given that the partner
ship heretoforeexisting betweeu Scnrbrough
mid Tiffany at Creswvll, Oregon, Is dis
solved by mutual consent. L. D. Scar
hrough will collect all notes aud accouuta
duo the tlriu.
Dated Jan. 27, 1802.
L. D. SOARIIHOUOII,
Strayed or Stolen.
A dark sorrel horse about l.'i hands high,
C or 7 yeuts old, disappeared several weeks
ago. Any person returning nun to me un
dersigned will be duly rewarded.
Doted Eugene, tt)b. 1, lS'.IJ.
A. W. P tn mis. n.
Pruning and (iruftlng.
I will prune, gialt nnd bud trees in the
best milliner nt reasonable terms.
P. J. Foomc,
Notice of Sale.
11. Eakin, Jr )
Jacob Mitchell. J
Notioe is hereby given that by vir
tue of a eorialn chattel mortgage exe
cuted by Jacob Mitchell in favor of S.
It. ICakin Jr to secure tho payment of
the sum of H"ti0.W, with interest nt 10
per cent, per annum and costs anil at
torneys foes, tinted February Hd, 1H01!, I
will sell at private sale for cash, at cost,
for thirty days, all the stock of hard
ware, stoves, tinware anil merchan
dise in the store lately occupied by
Jacob Mitchell, .ill the Odil Follows
temple on Willamette street In Eugene,
Oregon. ClIARI.KS E. KolllIKTS,
Agent and representative of S. H.
WiioTiiiikw That Ho.mii. Prine
ville Is excited over an attempt to blow
up the resilience of a citizen. 1). W.
Altlridge, editor of the News, was ar
rested for the act, making the all'ulr
very sensational, Tlie following is, of
course, from the Hevicw: Investiga
tion of the canst! of the explosion, made
by the county and town authorities,
resulted in the arrest of I). W. Altl
ridge, publisherof the Prinevlllc News,
on a charge of attempting to kill L. C.
Perry by causing the explosion. Ald-t-liliri,
uns iii-ivHteil on Tuesday morn
ing on a warrant Issued out of ilccorder
Hummers' court, ami the case set for
examination at 1 o'clock of that day.
Deputy District Attorney Jlrluk and I
1' Moore represeiiieti ino Mute, huh u,
W. Humes the defendant. The evi
dence produced by the prosecution was
all circumstantial, tliougn it iiotnicu io
A Id ridge as the man who did tlie deed.
The nrosccutlou showed that Altlridge
had bought fuse the day prior to the
cxiilosion: that the coil of fuse lie
bought hail been ineusured by the
sherill' and town marshal the day after
the explosion nnd part of It was mis
sing; that on Saturday before- the ex
plosion ho was trying tmy tsiwiier
and hail asked IV limn to go and buy
nowtlor for him: that Aldritlge's where-
aUuiU could not lie accounted for at
tho exact time of the explosion. Taken
all together the chain ot circumstantial
evidence- showed thut Ablrblge was
either guilty, or Is a victim of most un
fortunate eirouinstat.oos. At tne con
elusion of the taking of the evidence
ami tlie Krirumont ol the attorneys, the
court hebl the defendant in lionds of
$1000 to appear before the next grand
jury. Yesterday Judge Summer dis
missed the defendant on a writ of
hiiU-as corpus, on the grounds of a
technicality in the commitment.
Ciiiittii Dkihcatios. TUe Tutted
Hrethreu's new church wi Ferry street
will lie dedicated with appropriate Her
vices Stiuduy. Feb. tllst. Hev. J.
Kifkiifw. of'isulcin. will conduct the
asrviees, assisted by Prof. Uilliert, of
Philomath college. A full programme
will lie published next week.
Daily (iusril, Feb. 9.
Dikh. Mrs. Khodu A. Anderson,
wife of E. Anderson, died at the fami
ly resilience this morning afUi a pro-
t melon Illness, ityeu .vcnrn.
many friend U'tbe family extend
their .v mialhv. The funeral will take
idtioo "from the family residence on
IVnrl street Thursday, Feb. 11 at 1
o'clock p. in., to the Masonic cemetery,
Tsacnra s ExaMisanoN.-Tbe quaitero
nsmination of teachers for ctttifi'la con
vened at the Court House Wednesday.
Superintendent Patterson informs na that
aevtnlyapphranta have been reglstertd
ihe largest number ever in attendance at
one time in the county.
('oininltti'P Meet I tig.
The Lane county democratic ceulriil
committee will meet In Eugene next
Saturday to IU the time and place for
holding the next democratic county
convention. In the evening the dem
ocratic club will meet at tin court
house anil listen to short iiihlivs. ,y
prominent ilciniHTuts, Judge Walton
will make the principal address.
TH K MYSTKKY INStiLVI'.D.
No Tidings from K. It.
Pally litianl, K, l. s.
Since Saturday few developments have
rome In light as lo the suddtii disappear
mice of K It. Luckey. It now seems that
he only drew nut of the F.ngi ue National
Bank the morning be left bete, f.'ilKI, of
which sum he paid Oeo. II Dorris f ;I7".
lusltad of giving his wife $1100 before leav
ing, his wile received no money from him,
ami hud to burrow mouey to go to Portland
After arriving iu Portland last Monday,
Mr. Luckey tirst started for the commission
house of Stevens X Jenkins, but mi Ihe way
to that place be dropped into the w holesale
house of ('has. Koltn, aud paid that gi title
man fllHJ which he owed; after chatting a
while wilh Mr. Kohn he went to the com
mission house and talkid wilh those geu
tit men for an hour i r more about business
matters, when he went tn tho Hotel Perk
ins. From Ihe best advices be left thut
pi ice uhoiit 7:;kl o'clock Alter (bat he was
seen at Four ill and "1." streets iu East
Portland, going eastward by Newl Blair,
who paused the time of day wilh bun.
This was about 8 o'clock p. m. Although
Ihe entire city has been a:oured by detec
tives aud frit-mis, nothing siuce has bt en
heard of Li nt . No trains h ave I'or'lsiul
after 7:31) p. ui., hence he could not have
led that night on a train. The detectivel
of Portland are of the opiniou ibat h has
been uinrderrd, and bis bidy secreted.
Some people still advauce the idea that
he "skipped." This seems very remote
inileul He took no money wilh him,
when he could easily have scoured thousand
of dollars from friends, for he bad the con 9
denre of eveiy liody. His property was en
tirely uninciiiubend, and is worth several
thousand dollars more than the attach
tncntsnow made. Besidts, nothing what
ever of a criminal nature has appeared
The article hi esterday't Oregon Inn on
Mr. hockey's disappearance wat oertainly
ill advised and should have not been pub
lished. The facts are opposite to the as
sertions therein contained.
AN INCKNDIAUY FIRE.
F. M. Wilkins' Dam Partially
strnycd-Loss About S 1 50.
Daily lltisril, Feb. V.
Last night a little after 11 o'clock the
barn owned and used by F. M. Wilkius for
bis cows near the corner of 8th and Olive
streets was discovered on firs. An alarm
was rung nnd the hose teams were prompt
ly on baud sud soon extinguished tha tire
though not until the tool and upper part
of the planking had been burned off. Ore
gon Hose Company attached to tha hydrant
ai Forrest's blacksmith shop aud got first
water. The Engine Compauy hose team
attached nt the Orange store corner and
lost time by their hose failing to reach the
About 5 tons of hay and 1500 ponnds of
brau aud middlings were destroyed. The
Doors and lower planking of tha barn were
not injured. Mr. Wilkins estimates bis
loss at f 150 with no insurance. Two oowa
were taken out by parties who first arrived.
The fire was almost without doubt of an
inoetidiary origin, Mr. Wilkins bad finish-
milking about half past five and closed Ihe
barn up. Wheu first discovered the fire was
all in the npuer story The hay though
tliorotiulilv soaketl by inn ureinen Kept
tlaiuing up during the night, and air.
Wilkius attat'uetl a small nose ana kepi
wetting the fire down during the night.
Auction Sale of Ileal Estate.
Hcginnlng Saturday afternoon, Feb.
Ll, Iu Eugene, hnd continuing every
Saturday thereafter until the sum of
f Am Is realized, (loo. M. Miller & Co,
will oiler at nueUou to the highest bid
ders, town lots In Eugene, Hpriugfleld,
Fainnount and Florence. Ve are
overstocked aiM must raise money to
pay debts and make needed Improve
ments. Ho soon as this sum is realized
wiles will stop and old prices prevail.
Tills will bo tho best chance you w 111
ever have to secure bargains, as wo w 111
oiler the very liest Inside property,
Have vour money for this sale. Dig up
your old stocking legs ami get some of
tho nest, property iu j.ano county.
Terms 4 cash, t hi six months and 4 In
one year, rive per cent, discount ior
all cash on deferred payments,.
A Course of Shakespearian Lectures.
Mrs. Florenoe Williams, of Berkeley,
Csl., a well known Shakespearian student
and scholar has been Induced by Prof Car
son of Ihe University to come to Eugene
some time in March for a course of five lee
tires, as follows: t
First The Man wm. enaiespeare
Hecond , KicharU Jl
Third ,....As You Like It
Fourth - Ilamiet
Eiftb The Tempest
Mrs Williami haa given several conrsea
in Portlaud at Dr. Dr. Elliott's church and
has always been appreciated.
All lrohlbltionists and friends of re
form, of Kiureno nnd vicinity, are re
quested to meet at Mount's hull, on 0th
street, on Saturday, February iiOth, at
1 o'clock, for tho purpose of re-orgunlz-ing
our Prohibition Club, anil to make
urniliiri.tnellts for holding a COUtltV
convention or an assembly to nominate
a ticket according to law.
L. H. Howi.ani,
Secretary Prohibition Club.
Real Estate Transfer.
A TI ftMutnJ M Kelson. L N Price,
J LZingUir, trustees of the United Brelh-
. " L i. . r. k.ik 'I ia..a'i mlili.
rsu enurou, iou iu muva u, - -
lion ; $7).
I X Doak to W K Doak, 1-18.60 ocrua
hi T 10 H H 5 W, $1.
Makkiki. At the Head of Title, on
the Hiuslaw river, l.uue eouniy. wro
gon, February 0, K ttt the residence
of the bride' mother, by Hev. Hobin
son, Manual Lucas, of (iardinif, and
Mis- nnia A. wall, oi l.ane eoinu.v.
Mr. Lucas is head sawyer iu a mill at
(iardiner. Mrs. Lucus has the con
gratulations of her many friends iu
Eugene. The happy couple w ill reside
A Good Bkpbksknttio.i. The follow
ing ladies went lo Halem Thursday to
represent tue Eugene Kelief Corps at the
stale eouveution: Mrs. L. O. Adair, Mrs.
M.,. Btr.ioM TUv DnLano,
Fraze'r, and Jennie UoBman, and Miss Lib
!,.. itktn.tori. No euros will be repie
at uted bv a more handsome, intelligent
charitable delegation than Ihe above ladies
sent by Eugtne.
TUB FIUK I! I'LL NUISANCE.
.Should lie I'scd Only for a Klre Alarm.
Necessity of a Code of Ward
Con-ldcralilc complaint has Isi-tt
made iilxiut Hie Indiscriminate ringing
of the lire U-ll for meetings that an'
hold in the city hall. It has Is-comc a
niii-iinci' and should Is' rcL'iilittcil.
The Isdl was purchased and iiitfhilcd
for tiro purposes only. The constant
ringing renders M'oplc heedless of the
warning w hen a fire occurs. At pros
cut tho Ik II is ll .cil to call nicclings of
the Council, llisik iv. Ladder, Eiigiuu
and I lot- compain s, Hoard of lire dele
gates, mill s o'clock curfew for tho boys
to retire from the streets. Last sum
mer the authorities ucro accommodat
ing enough to allow the clerks to ring
it for closing hour. If it Is absolutely
necessary to have a call for these meet
ings ihe court house Udl could I
again placet) III service.
I lie mechanism lor ringing tho ben
is ilt llcieut ami should 1st remedied. It
takes I wo men to ring it with any
amount ol vigor. Another Improve
ment could Ik- made ill nrrtihging a
itile of signals to designate the location
ol the lire bv wan is. lirst ring a
general alarm, then signal the wanl hi
lllcll the Hie is situated, litis would
avc the llremch Irom wasting time, as
Is the often ease, in learning the local
ity to which they should go.
THl ltSDAY FEH. 11.
Win. Elklns. of Dallas, is visiting in
True plant nig ia iu older thia fine weatii
See what inducements Goldsmith sItoi
Jack sniis's are riH those days and
the sportsmen are happy.
Ileal estate investments are tlie safest
road to wealth. Attend the auction.
The testimony In the case of Kline
vs tiiMalalc, Is Mug taken More rof-
A tine new 40) dollar church organ
for sale ut a bargain. Enquire of V.
The tifAltn Job ollloe has printed
vend thousand blank deeds and
mortgages the past week.
We guarantee our goods and will not be
undersold. A. Goldsmith,
The Pioneer Orooer.
(loo. Strauh, the horse trailer, for
merly ol ( resweii, is now in Min trau-
isco, plying Ids ti vocation.
A. M. Ostium has had some cruh
onk riptved up Into laths ami will Mid
t Iii-iii to put on ins cows as dcii collars.
Mark and Joseph Goldslone lucre con
cluded to locate at Medford. They are
good business men and will be successful
ill tueir veuitiru.
The vicinity nf tho court houso ia
thronged with applicants for teachers' cor-
I i tli ales. The young idea will not want lor
instructions how to shoot.
Jas. Thompson has Ixvn adding im
provements to his 0th street burlier
shop, and the Interior now presents a
very neat appearance.
A Taoonia gentlemen compliments)
the girls of Eugene for their U'tiuty
and style anil freshness of complexion.
lie says the hound country canuoi
make a comparison.
Over ninety wr cent, of those who
buy real estate iniiko money. Over
seventy-live iht cent, who do uot, loose
money. Moral, Attend the auction
next Saturday and buy real estate.
Nearly a year has passed since Mayor
McClung in his message to the common
council recommended a system of
numbering Ibe buildings and having names
ot streets posted at their intersections
throughout tho city. Will the matter be
oousidered btforo the next city election.
A mammoth carrot was brought to our
aanctniu today by Palmer Ayers. 1 1 meas
ures it feet 10 lucbei and ne says me nci.i
from which it came produced at the euor
uious rate of 10 tons per acre. Ho also
brought some potatoes of the Early White
Vermont variety wnicu ueut me recoru.
HiH'iiklnir In his paper of his arrest
forlKimh throwing tlie editor of tho
Prinevlllc News says: "ihe wnoio
thing was a farce from beginning to
end. it was not a matter of prosecu
tion according to law, hut sinijily a.
put-up lob of pursecutlon froinaciaiiiHti
ami ghoulish set of Individuals who
would rather see us out or existence
than to see us here."
A regular spring day.
Hoc date of Day & Heudenun'i clear-
Hpecial Inducements for cash trade at
The blacksmith shop on Olive street, I
The way to suocoss will be clearly point
ed out In Saturday evening's lecture.
The stockholder!! of the cannery meet
this evening. It will take ou tho op
poaraneo of a funeral we opine.
Day & Henderson will sell you s-piy
Ingrains, tapeatry, Uulon and C. C,
carpets from Feb. 1st to tho 20th, at
Those who bought iiroiierty at MI1-
u-r & Co.'s auction four years ago now
find their property increused In value
ton fold. Attend tho auction.
"Cunt." J. L. O'Briou. formerly pro-
prtetor or me Minnesota xiom-i
. . 1 m . in ..I (..
overseer of some government works on
the coast below Han Francisco.
E. T. Johnaon, the rnstling democrat of
Florenoe, was ia town today. He brought
a Mr, Page, of Portland, out with bim, who
intends bidding on the light house at
Tho first clearance sale of carpets,
pictures and window sliades ever
tillered to tho tieopla of Eugene, w ill
commence on Feb. 1st and last to the
Ittlth, at Day & Henderson's.
Albany Democrat: There Is considerable
intcrestbeiug taken in the coming election.
On the Deinooratio side are two or three
candidates for county judge, two for sheriff,
three for county jadje, one or two forooon
ly recorder and seven or eight for treasurer.
Ou Monday, Feb. 1st, JJay new
derson will commence their clearance
sale of wirtiets, pictures and window
shinies. All will be sold at cost to
make room for our large stock of spring
goods to arrive soon. Hulo to be con
tinued to Feb. 20th.
The Local Market.
The following quotations for the local mrket
are of retail prlcea only. They are corrected
weekly, aim win iuuuu ''" -
areHirlcau be uaule:
WilAT-Set miirliot 1
Oats -Per buehel, net
IIkkv - fur lb
Mi'TWN IVr tb.
Hams Fit lr
sinus Per rh
I.Asn- l'er rb
Hi'TTKM IVr roll (2 rba.)
( till suss old hens, 1'er doi
FirlAToEs New t Iluahel
SI'uab Dry gmuiilatud, Y
Corrsl-i'tsita Klco belt f
Soaes IVr boa, 'M bars
( HSIst per rb
J I H) (4
7 5 (i