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MAY 7, I8DJ
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hi'hu- ;;; 05
4of jam or jelly 1?
Lacerated toilet set 2 50
t rw)0 we oan and will undersell all
Kupolilort 1 Ibat we belong to n couibi
Hi wiled "Beatera," sud while our
t, ui below regular wholesale prices,
tba welfare of Ibe dear people con.
Id vitw. We would call especial
HKtiion to our mammoth stock of crock
gUmwarf, laujpa and lamp tock which
to'h out 30 days will go at a aacriflce for
M g.Md prompt, paying customers.
I, not only iell gooda for less than any of
no competitors but give more toward build
iujihtSioslawB. R, Iban the whole lot
(OBbined. Don't fail to get our prices
Friends of the People,
Surra k Ball.
p S. Don't forget our teas and oofTeea
w,iiU without rival.
Pleasant Hill Items.
Showers and sunshine.
If not delayed Mrs. S. Handsaker
will start for Florence the 4th of this
Geo. Kelley died at Portland recently.
He was formerly a resident of this
Mrs. Lucindla Laird and daughter
Don, started for Garfield this week,
Tbere they will spend the summer.
The Sutuluy school and Y. P. S. C.
E, will be represented at Junction this
week by a few of the young people of
The county co-operation meeting of
the Christian church will meet at this
place, commencing on Thursday before
the 3d Sunday.
Wm. Keeny accompanied by 511ms
Southworth, of Goshen, and Miss Nan
lie Mulhollund, of Junction, visited
it this place last Sunday.
Jas. Kelley started for Ukiah, Ore,,
kt week to teach A term of school.
The young people gave him a farewell
mrprise party on Saturduy night before
bis departure on Monday.
8. Rlgdon narrowly escaped what
might have been a fatal accident one
day last week. While hauling wood
under a shed In a stooping posit ion on
hit knees, he was caught between the
food and shed, drawing him back, al
most dislocating his knee also injurying
The picnic to be given at this place
on the first Saturday In June by t he
V P U n I.' ...ill l, llr. nttmnHra
to the many lovers of picnics of the
Talley. Prof. Hunt and wife will give
an exercise by the school of "Winding
the May Pole." This will be one of
the attractive features of the day. It
will well repay anyone's time to wit
ness this if nothing more. Those who
attended the picnic last year and wit
nessed the flag drill managed by Mrs.
Hunt, will find no less interest mani
fested in the present exercises.
I. D. Clare.
Wednesday evening, May 4, 1892, at
the home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
B. Klnsey, corner of 4th and
wrence streets, Eugene. Oregon,
Hi Mary Louis Klnsey ana Mr. John
RKrausse were united In the holy
wnds of matrimony by the beautiful
Impressive Episcopal ceremony,
performed by Rev. D. K. Loveridge,
jwtor of the St. Mary's Church1.
Promptly at 8 o'clock by the strains of
Mendelssohn's weddding march, Miss
Helen Combs presiding at the piano,
ine happy couple entered the tastefully
"worsted parlor, taking their places
jnder a handsome floral bell. After
e ceremony the relatives and friends
"tended their congratulations and
wishes, which were followed by
Meshmen to, served by Mrs. 8. Mun
J lt i her general satisfactory manner.
' few exceptions only the ini
tiate relatives of the contracting
wies were present "No cards."
At home" Tuesday's from 2 to 10 p.
J- L. Page's Cash Prices.
titra 0 augar 100
Golden o ,ugar 100
? "Dangar 100
Sour, per aack 1 15
"rtld flour, per aack 1 15
"M tomatoes 100
""wacom 1 00
J" table peaches...' 100
' baking powder 80
B MX aoda 50
Jwob Mitchell has removed his stock
Ves. tinware, etc., to the north
rt the Ellison building on Wll
ttettreet, near Sixth, where he
Pws closing out the same at cost
nfLV1!6 time to purchase at prices
r before equalled. Call at once.
member the place.
F0R COUNTY CLERK.
'! Ware hereby announces himself
arjandlHou i an. .......
derir "l" unite ui vuuiu
toth!Laneoounty' 0reaToni ul'jet't
decision of the voter at the
on the eth day of June, 1802.
&M?V)P T, WoBLD.-At a
d- i f,0' charter members of the or
WiW "?lmen of the World, held In
ehan!l ha!1 Wednesday, forty-one
hin lber were elw'tl to mem.
ltd on ,tu the degrees were confer
Whei i n of them. The charter will
jj1 open until one week from to-
which time ofilceni will be
E. R. Skirwortb. attornev alia
Wa'toq? W ,0 0n Eutulr0' Jud
Ilot and anU Lik j.. i. l- .
at Jerry Horrj'i barber ahoD.
For flue auita made to order and ready
v.w,u,uB, gU uj uanson.
Mr (Jeo F Craw hu the aole atreocr for ill
l.in.U of the celebrated Tan.il Punch Clar.
Itemiul)r that Hauaon 1 Hod have the
wm aeieciea MocK of olothing in towo.
Urine Tour old irnu t imn in n.. r.
... f- vM SV .U W
Rone lroii Foundry where yoo can dixpoM
P.UBfne Flour fl.35 ur u.k Tk. v..
ecne Flouring m ilia make the beat quality
i1 erxll..K ...III a
a ivnrt IIIIII UOUr.
If Ton itre D-tlini tnn nl l,.r
- n - j e ninv
t.M lt,K, or if (hey do not eiaclly ault yon take
them to WHtta and have new lenaee fltted.
Dr O. W. Diddle may be found at his
rMi.ii1i.tw... ..h m; . .... ...
. u. uU wiitb lumii, ueiween t inn ana
butb atreetaone block weat of tb Minne
sota IIoU-l He ia prepared to do all dent
al work in the bent manner.
Th bHt fHUiily remedy is undoubtedly
leas, it NccompliHhea relief where many oth
er medicine (nil to do. It may be safely
giveu to the infuut aa well aa the adult.
Job work at the Ociao offloe.
Fountuiu pen at Watts'.
Blank deeda and mortgages for aale at the
Oca hd office.
llUnk ncitlcea fr the location of quaiti
iumi i.ir uie n ane iiUAKU omce.
For all kinda of fnrmin implements call
ou J. M. lluodricka on Ninth Htreet
Screen wiudowa and door, glass, aaah and
aoora at Uioalow & Kihipatiick.
What It Itr
That produces that beautifully toft com
plexion and leaves no traces of Its applica
tion or injurious effects? The answer, Wis
doui'a Uobertine accompliabes all this, and
ia pronounced by ladiea of taate and refine
ment to be the moat delightful toilet article
ever produced. Warranted harmleaa and
matchless. F. M. Wilkins, agent, Eugene
Geo. V. Klnsey, Auctioneer.
When yon want your gooda, household
furniture or land aold at anction, call of
Oeo. W. Kinaey, the pioneer and moat suc
cessful auctioneer in Lane Connty. He will
attend to all sales on reasonable oom
When wanting oemetery work go to E.W.
Acbiaon k Co.. who are prepared to furnish
all kinda at lowest prioes for flrst-clsas work.
Uur Portland cement walls for enolosing
cemetery lots are the finest yet put upon
the market, and are fornisded at aoout nan
the cost of atone. Call and see onr beauti
fill Barre & Westerly granites and best
grades of Vermont marble. Utnces at Al'
bany, Lugene and Koseburg.
Very Respectfully Yours,
E. W. Achinbon k Co.
Sheep Inspectors Notice.
All persona in Lane comity owning scab
by sheep or aueep atnicted wltn otner aiS'
eases, are hereby notified that said sheep
must be thoroughly dipped, sufficient to kilt
said disease, forthwith.
Any person failing to comply with tots no
tice will be liable to have his sheep dipped
by the Inspector at said persons'a expense.
Take notice and aave costs,
Dated June C, lH'Jl.
Geo. Fibbkb, Sheep Inspector.
Lumdib None. Go to the Depot lnmbei
yard tor cheap lumber. Andrews will not
null i Halt That tired languid feeling
means that your system is in a state to in
vite disease, and Wright s compound ex-
rnn a! Cavaatia-illa ta what vntl 7m mt
once to expel imparities of the blood and
build you up. Bold by all druggists.
Don't Believe It
Wit an (r,l,l H,o( P f WilVina th drnnrist.
ia not selling "Wisdom's Itobertine" for the
complexion, the most elegant and only really
Harmless preparation oi us uwi m uie
world, and aivine a beautiful picture card
with every bottle.
Yon Can NotMake $10 or $25 per Dir.
Some men can, but if yon with to start
in a business, that wilt net yon without
much trouble $25 per month and not inter
fere with your present employment. Bend
IOoib. in silver for further information
S. ml 10 ots in ailver for further informa
tion and samples worth 25 ots.
Address Paul Kuihn.
P.O.Box 511. Tolodo, Ohio.
Lane County Democratic Ticket.
Senator '.....77 E. P.COLEMAK
I. N.HKMBRKK of Richardson
I). K, HARMS of Cottage Orove
C K WILKINSON of North Eugene
Couuty Judge A. H. FI8K
of North Eugene.
Sheriff JAME3 E. NOLAN D
of North Eugene.
Cleric ...THOS. J. CRAIG
o( South Eugene.
Comral.slo.ior T...I. A. MILLIORN
Treasurer BENJ. MCLkEY
Assessor .' "'-V- J. McWIERSON.
of South Eugene.
School 8uperlnteiideiU. . C K HALK
Surveyor ,08- Kocn
ot North Eugene.
Coroner ...... . . .CHESTER OSBtIRS
of North Eugene.
Justice of the Peace oto,,TU- ?kr
Consiable T w m fcB
Following ia a report of school dis
trict No. 13 for the month ending April
29, 1892. Total number enrolled, 35;
number of (lays tnugiii, zu; vcinKo
daily attendance, 20. Those neUher
absent or laruy are juuuuk ..
Frank and Fred Bennett. Julia and
Anna Berkshire, Lulu and Mary Koth
rock and Mary Black. Those tardy
but not absent are Karl Walter, J rank
Dillard, Justus Carpenter, Austin
Hampton and Bell Dillard. General
F. Keekey, Teacher,
A little son of Mr. Hcnipev, who re.
sides on 5th street near Willamette,
while playing with some other boys
near the mill race Monday afternoon
discharged a 22 calibre pistol and the
ball lodged In the calf of his leg. The
wound will probably heal readily and
the accident have no worse effect than
the fright caused the boy and his
German preaching every Sunday In
each month except the fourth, at il
son's hall opposite the Haoket store on
9th street, at 10:4-3 a. ni. All Invited
Albany Berald: A quo warranto pro
ceeding has been begun by J. N. Dwctn,
at.oe, for Jay W. BUin, agamat C. G.
Barkbart for poaaeasioo of the office oi
clerk of school district No . lbs same be
Zg the Albany tiUtrsel. The salt to ths
omcom. of the recent srboo s ection .
which Mr BUin reoeived a slight nj""7
To, the offloe. Mr. Btt.kh.rt claim. U
,he election was illegal on tbs ground, of
Mr. and Mm. O. P. Grlftln went to
tNHiavuie on the local train this mora
MIsaMary Burton, of Hprlngflcld,
returned to school at Monmouth this
One of tho horse thieves contlned in
ine county Jullls rmito sick with ma
H. X. t'ockerline and (. (). Yomn
have commenced cnnvasalug for the
railroad aubsidy, In the country.
There are now f2 oastn enrolled on
the clreult court ilocket, for the June
term, five of which are for divorce.
The Florence ataRe is now a trl weekly,
leaving Eugene on Mondays, Tuesdays and
Fridays, snd Florence on alternate days.
Roseoe Knox Is a candidate ou the
neotde's party ticket for Joint senator
fort'rook, Klamath and Lake coun
ties. Mrs. L. Btagge of fortl nd oaroe op on
tbs afternoon local for a few days' visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i. A, Straight, in
There is no truth lit the rumor circu
lated on the street today that Florence
had subscribed $17,000 to the railroad
Mrs. Dodaon snd Zetta Oray of Bakor
City came up on this afternoon's local aud
will visit with Mias Nellie Hampton at
(jeo. A. Dorria, democratic nominee for
prosecuting attorney, left tbia afternoon on
a legal Tiait to Coot county to be gone
about ten da)s.
Invitations are out for a social dunce
to be given by the Eugene Cornet
isaiui, at utiinciiari'H parlors Saturday
evening, May 7th.
An experienced dressmaker wishes a
rew engagements by the dny In fam
ilies; satisfaction guaranteed. Enquire
of Mm. Long, 9th street, next door to
the Journal ofllee.
H. E. Ilappersctt, who has been
superintendent of the bridge work on
the a P. It. It., and this division with
headouarters at Itoseburg, has been
transferred to Portland.
Max Friendly returned to Corvallls
on the local this morning having Just
Mulshed scaling 2,000,000 feet of logs on
the upper McKenzie which will be
taken to the Corvallls mill.
Mia. Orsoe Isaacs, of Walla Walla, re
covered (12,000 against the Southern Pa
cific on account of injuries caused by the
Lake Ltbiah accident. The case was ap
pealed but has just been settled.
Ryan Blachley, the accommodat
ing express messenger, has had his
wages increased In the sum of $10 per
naonth. The company Is to lie con
gratulated on rewarding a faithful em
ploye. The freight train last evening had in
tow the wrecked englno No. 27 that
was In the Myrtle Creek disaster Fri
day night, taking it to the shops at
Portland for repairs. All the fixtures
about it were badly demoralized, but
the running gear and boiler had re
ceived little damage.
Condon Globe: The Condon people
feel proud over the honor bestowed
upon them by the nomination of their
fellow townsman, George W. Rhlue
hart, for Joint Henator of Wasco, Sher
man and Gilliam counties. Mr.
Rhlnehart is composed of the proper
material for a good statesman, and
will make a very strong run.
Those who wish to attend the coun
ty convention of Christian Endeavor
Societies at Junction City, May 7th
and 8th can take the freight train
Friday evening, and by that means at
tend a part of the Sunday school con
vention, also the Endeavor convention
will meet at 2 o'clock, Saturday after
noon, May 7th, and will close Sunday
eveulng at 9:30, so that those who wish
may return on the night train.
Dally Guard, May 5.
T'nnla V S MnTlnni who llvpfl two
miles north of Eugene, is very ill with
Htmnnnn Pnnaor. cnnrtllrfnr nn the
Albany express, is visiting relatives
ana menus in uns eu.v.
TT T If - II .9 t F n t T H., t
M. J. lUUUlXIH ttllU w ill?, Ul liniii,
are visiting the families of Drs. Kuy-
. 11. 1 1 1 I .L.l .1...
xenuaii auu rayiou iu turn i-uy.
Prior F. Blair, one of our oldest plo
nonra la tvino. BprlniMlv III at the resi
dence of his son, F. M. Blair, in this
V T? nnvlnrd lpfl nn the local this
afternoon for Cottage Grove where he
will deliver a political address tins
Oren Moore, the old-time truckman, who
has a position in the Portland custom house,
came op on this afternoon's tram. Hs is
in very poor health.
Wm. and Turrln Campbell, or this
t f p atatvk a
Marshal Eastland, for peddling meat
without a license. They will be tried
before Recorder Dorrls this afternoon
or tomorrow on the charge.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Woods arrived
from Alma, Michigan, on the local
ti.ia afturnnnn MP. Woods, was here
last summer and this spring his wife
I . , 1 I 1 . 1 ...Ill tnirA
returneu wiin nim anu mcy nmwiw
up their residence on their land on the
n.,n r.oalr Irirmin Alliance No. 200 in
regular session adopted tbs following reao-
luuona: . . ,
Whibeas, The legislature oi ran. zo,
iaeo AiA nnrnnrlita mnnfl ont of the
ichool fund, without due return; therefor
be it , ,
Resolvtd, That we demand repeal of
the school law, Title 3, wherein teachers
in our publio schools draw pay for attending
county institutes, thereby Uking onr child
ren's money without giving vslue received.
Jlaolvta, 1 nei a copy oi me uu inv
olutions be spread npon the minutes nf this
mnA Mm hjt Mni to the Euzene
Guabd and Btste Journal (or publication.
JU&S. Al. Ei. i'lHIllt.
Secretary Camp Creek Union.
Able AND EloqUBNT. Halem
Journal. Ren., savsi "Col. G. W. Bell.
of Washington, spoke to fine audi-
enoe at the opera house last nigni irom
the democratic standpoint. He de
livered an able and eloquent speech."
Mr. Well speaaa in .cuireiie, rnunj,
u or l .'!) n. m. Fanners and
laboring men especially invited.
piuipkrty Purchased. K M. Cor.
bus ana Ijver t-eiemou, 4uj
purchased of H, M. TUus, 24 feet front-
n n a rr1 1. ..Bull...
ageoniiiiii kiwi, uiipwuw "-
bakery, paying ir me He
it' ..n.i..ivnnil that tlio aentlemen
will ereet ( Irlok building on the lot
v .o- n,r Vor Hrw. Knl. Roecop.
a young negro, with both legs cut off
below ine anetn, is in aiubujt uu u.
expected here in a day or two. The
I'ortianu owru ua tiiiinc "v
public to look out for him, aa he il I
bilk of the watvr,
1 by George f. Kmsey, J. Y t J
It Wriuht and Mrs. Malluda Reno, all
p( tne county, Oregon,
Capt Geo. W. 1W11 will sttinip tho
stato In the interests oi iieiuiK'ratie
principles. lie will speak iu Lane
county as follows: .
Euirene. Frldav. May 13. 1:30 p. m
Junction City, Friday, May 1.1, 7:30
Mr. Bell is an eloquent speaker and
will entertain and Instruct his lienrvrs.
A fair aud impartial hearing is iwkel
WEDNESDAY, MAY 1.
The funds for the Mennonite church on
Fern Ridge, have been subscribed.
The republicans, we learn, iutend can
vassing alone tbia year. What's the ni 'li
ter Election day Is approaching but
political talk is seldom heard In the
The democrats made almost a complete
sweep at ttpokane in the city election yes
terday. Rer. J. C. Richardson, of this city, aJ-
dreased the l.oteuurg Prohibition club lant
A few of our business men were
sprinkling down the streets In front of
tneir stores touuy.
Don't sell your eggs and chickens
until you Ax Billy, ''Upot Cash" our
motto, non-union our prices.
Geo. Frazer Is building a four horse
engine for Mr. Gross to be used for
wood saw lug about town.
County Clerk Walker Issued a mar
riage license last evening to J. It.
Wright and Mulinda Reno.
Mrs. i, N. Hunch eipeots soon to move
to Maroeliue. Missouri. Her husband is
engaged iu the grocery busiuess now in
J. F. Kirk, caudidate for connty judge on
the people's ticket, aud 11. C. Perkins, can
didata tor surveyor on the same ticket, bava
filed their acceptance with the county clerk.
Dr. T. W. Harris baa aold to Dr. L F.
Jones the stallions McKenzie aud La For
rest and Oily. Oueco, for the sum of f '2,500.
Dr. Jones will take the horses to Oalifor-
Wendel Grant who baa just received ti
tle to b is raueb nenr Hpokaue, bad to light
the Northern Pacifio lUilroad Company for
twenty years. The land is now worth
Lee Tetitsch accompanied his father.
Win. Teutsch, to his home at Creswell
this afternoon. Mr. Teutsch returned
with Lee from Salem last night very
much improved in health.
According to the latest accounts
there will lie a good many ix'tichcs this
year in theltoguerivervlelnity In spite
of the late frosts. Some orchards are
not touched at all by the cool evenings.
A few weeks ago the Register was
publishing that T. E. Russell, a
Iirisoncr iu the county Jail, was not In
lis riirlit mind. Now it is publishing
communications from him,
Frank Wallace fell from a wagon at
John Day, Tuesday afternoon and
died from his injuries tho following
day. The accident happened on the
road between Canyon City and John
The cannery directors have decided npon
some o f the prices they will pay this summer.
Corn will remain the same aa last year, (5
per ton. Beana from one-half to three
fourths cents per pound, and tomatoes
about twenty live cents per bushel.
Prlnevllle News: Mr. G. II. Doug
las, of Reno, Nevada, Is in our county
for the purpose of buying mutton
sheep. We understand that tho gen
tleman has liargalned for 10,000 head
from the B. 8. &L. Co., of llay creek.
Rev. O. R Edmunds, ot Coos county,
who was nominated on the People's ticket
for circuit judge of this district baa declined
to run. He feel, tbat hs ia not qualified to
fill the position should he be eleoted. Tbia
leave, only Judge Pipes and Col. Fullerton
Rosebunr Review: Hon. Roliert M.
Veatch deserves the supiwrt of the peo
ple. As a state senator lie iougni every
job of tho Portland ringsters, and stood
always ine siuruy cnampiou oi ine
icople. Elect him to congress, ana
lis Held of usefulness will be increased.
The Mvrtle Creek Mining Co. hat elected
officers aa follows (or the ensuing year: Di
rectors, Dr. Brown, U. 11. Chrisman, Rod
ney boott, J. F. Robinson, of Eugene, and
John Newsom, of Salem; Dr. Brown, presi
dent; Q. R. Chrisman, vice-president; J.
F. Robinsou, secretary, and T. O. Hend
Rev. R. D. Blair, who has been vis
iting in Oregon the past year, left for
the East yesterday where he will visit
other ruemliers of the family and
probably make his permanent home.
He leaves two sous In Oregon. He
did a great deal of missionary and
evangelistic work while here and
made many rncnas.
Bids for fifty cords of sound body fir
wood and fiftv cords of heavy oak
grub wood 4 feet long will bo anjeived
... T. n , t n
at rayoiTiee in iuigene unui junu ,
1802, for use of school district No. 4,
Lane county, Oregon. Right reserved
to reject any or all bids.
Dated fjugene, urcgon, way , aow-.
Gko. F. Ckaw.
The eon tract for the erection of the
Texas building, at Chicago, has been
let to a Waco contractor for $100,000.
The building will be In Spanish renais
sance style, will measure 85 by 250 feet,
and have four towers. The exterior
will be covered with staff and rendered
very ornamental. The interior will be
handsomely finished with native Texas
Denutv Sheriff Croner and uce
Teutsch returned home from Salem
last evening. They report having had
no trouble whatever wiin me insane
man Hutchinson, who they took to
the asylum. Mr. Croner Informs us
that James Drake is rapiuiy improv
ing, and that he Is now In the con
valescing ward, Physically he is uear-
ly lumself again.
T TV Howard at Klmira. or R. V.
Howard ai junction, mo m-uin
dressed and undressed lumber cheaper
than any other parties. See them he-
fore purchasing, lours truly,
it. v. Howard.
Contracts Let. The contract for
iu i.ri, ir ami Khuie work on the ware
house of the Odd Fellows building was
. . . il . l : t'.IQ 7K 1 1 .1 wif
ler to fi nuiimuui, .,
to E. E. Knight for IVM. I nose ware me
lowest bids and bid'lina as very elcse.
Work will be commenced at one
$.W,000 Raised. Eugene has raised
$50,000 of the Wiusiaw suimiuy anu
-i inn n..ra ! nwiiiiri'd. Of t hp mi m Kn-
p,VW ra , , ,
gene must yet come forward with from
t.u rw,A cor. rasi Tlipn.fnrp nil
.hnuinnin wnrli and see that tho
amount Is raised so the committee Cn
go to work in me cou"-y-
OAUeHTA Bear. Winny Thomp
son and Peter Finn captured a year
ling Vear on the McKenzie several
days ago. It ran Into a hole from
which thev smoked it afUr which
with the "aid of atverul dogs they
caught una ueu u.
Watch clubs at Holloway's.
J. J. Walton, attorney. at-law,
D. Linn Si Son, furniture and nndertak
If you waut a nuit of clothes or a pair of
pantaloon go to Uavia, tlie tailor, lie guar
aulees aatialuctiou aud low prices.
Eugene Hour at Heiiilerson'N.
Allmtiy Hour at Henderson's.
Medfoni Hour at Henderson's.
Junction Hour at Henderson's.
You pays your money and you lakes
(iet In the swim and chew "Whole
If you are a democrat, le a democrat
chew Whom-: How, or none.
The U'xl tobacco iu the market is
"Brown's Natural Letif."
Chris Marx bat reduced the price of shav
ing at bia hop to 15 cents.
The Minnesota Hotel has Urn re
paired mni refuriiiNhed. Terms $1 per
tiny, uniy one mock Hum the ileimt.
All white help.
Dr. Smiley ia prt pared to attend to all
calls from the couutry aud will make tbat
part of his practice a specialty.
Nails mid bnrb wire are down. Now
is the time to buy at
F. L. ClIAMllKllS.
Joiu Ilollowav's watch and jewelry club..
he ia the originator of them in Eugene, a
perfectly safe and very profitable, wny of
buying what you waut. Call and invent!.
W. Hulloway has itiat received some new
deaiKtia in watch canes. Call and see them,
the largest and most aelect stork in Eu
Money to loan on improved farms for a
term of years at a reasonable rate ot inter
est by E. J, MeClanaban,
Parties wishing to sell timber tribu
tary to McKenzie, Willamette, Sins
law, Smith river aud Mohawk enquire
of W. C. Bailey, care Joel Ware, Eu
Having disiioscd of my grocery busi
ness I hereby give notice to those In
debted to me that the same must lie
settled immediately. The books can
tie found at Prof. Williams' office, up
stairs in theChrlsiunn block.
W. P. FlHIIKK.
To Trade. N. R. Gay lord wishes
to trade an organ for a good buggy
horse. Apply at music store ou Wil
For a small piece of land near Eu
genea fine horse, two seat carriage,
dog curt and two or three head of cat
tie. For further Information inquire
at the Gi'Aiti) office.
Jul Tmcatmknt. A prisoner in the couu
ty jail writes a letter to the Register com
plaining because tbe inmates are not al
lowed a razor and rciasora. The reason ia
that Sheriff Noland has had considerable
trouble catching them and does not pro-
pone to give any cliancea of escape, besides
tie baa some pardonable fears that they
might use those useful instruments with
which to carve the persona of himself and
deputies. No, Sheriff Nulnud is not going
to furnish prisoners with razors, soiasors,
or guns either. He captures criminals and
will keep them, lie is not responsible lor
the oonditioua about tbe old jail tbnt ren
der it a more than ordinary hardship to
be confined therein.
Dally Ouanl, May X
Insane. Hutchinson, the man
brought in from Wolf creek on the
charge of Insanity, was given an ex
amination before Medical Examiners
Drs. Smiley and Sharpies, Judge Scott
and Deputy Prosecuting Attorney
rotter, yesterday auernooii, ami loiimi
to Iks insane. His mania is that
he thinks some person is trying to poi
son him aud his horses. 1 Iu was tak
en to the asylum this morning on the
local train by Deputy Sheriffs George
Croner and Lee Teutsch.
Albany to Astoria. Albany Demoorat:
Albany will probably have an opportunity
to say whether she wants a railroad from
Astoria or not. While we are watching Eu
gone raise a $100,000 subsidy we niont be
gin getting ready for some live work on onr
own part. Representatives of the Astoria
road coming this way will be at Salem and
Albany in a few day to see what Ibe cities
will do. Tbe ro.id is one tbe oily wants,
and there should be at tbe proper time a
stiong effort made to secure it.
Filed. Hon. R. M. Veatch has filed
his acceptance of tho democratic nomi
nation for congress. Ho mailed his ac
ceptance to the secretary of state, but
by somo means it miscarried, and
did not reach Its destination. As the
1 1 mo had expired to file his individual
aooeptanoe, be was compelled to secure tbe
names of 250 voters to a petition to legal
ize bis nomination, which be bas done.
Will. Filed. A certified copy of
the will of the late Henry
Landess has been filed in the
clerk's ofllee, which was entered
for probate in Portland. It bequeaths
to his daughter Fannie LandcHs,cattlc,
to W A LuihIchs, Richard Landess and
Lizzie Hamilton, all his real property.
Patents Received. For some time
the title to timber lands in Lane
county have been In doubt, on account
nf some persons making complaints.
Tho department at Washington has
now decided in favor of the claimants
and eleven patents were received here
yesterday by the owners or saiu uis
State Institute. The state teach
ers institute will be held this year at
Portland, and a very profitable and en
joyable time Is anticipated. Every
leucnersnouiu mitKO arrangements to
lie present as no pains will be spnred to
muke It a success. The time set for the
commencement Is June 20.
fittt-DfL-u Hit i-a Tlin fnlbiu'luir
sales were made by Sheriff Noland
WViliw-tutnv iiiuh.r pvi'iMitifin: The K I)
Judkins plai lying near Sis-ncer
nuiie, consisting oi oi acrcti wu uju
in bv Chas Lailer. one of the judgment
creditors, for $4,500. The Lucas place,
was purchased by 11 .M tiawiey lot
A Ronaska. Mr. Dennis, of Cres
well precinct, Wednesday deposited
In the clerk's office ten puppy coyote
skins, for which the Isiuuty is $50. He
caught the litter in a hollow log. Coy
ote hunting Is better than a gold mine,
when a man can make such a strike,
Daily Guard, Uur
Baaairr's HuE.-Sibanfl Noland, this
afternoon. aold on execntion the
tract oi land consisting of 1J2 acres
with tbe building. Iving a abort distance
from tbe citv. weoorlv on Eighth street,
belonging to Mra. Emma Hpaoldicg to
Willum Miller, judgment creditor, for
Married In Lai wwuty, Ore
gon. April IMtf, by William Hutlier-
luml, J. r., Allen t.. J my eg ana Mirnu
A. -Mt ley.
Eugene Iu It.
the following aM.iirs among
the dispatches In I ho ban
Francisco Examiner: The iKhtt
office department has furnUhrd a list
oi tho towns Unit would be entitled to
free jsistal delivery If the bill which
has pushed the senate extending the
privilege to places tsiHses.siiig 5,ikk In
habitants or stal revenues of $5,(100 u
year and upward ahouid ta-eome a law.
The favored towns ou the Pacific
Coast are as follows:
Arizona I'liienlx, Plum, Tucson,
California: RakcrHflcId, Iterkclcy,
Chieo, (IniKS valley, Maryaville, Mer
ced, Modesto, Napa, Oroville, Pctalti
inii. Pomona, Red lllufi', Redding,
Redlands, Salinas, Sun Luis OIImim,
San Rafael. Santa Ana. Tulare. Vnlle-
Jo, Ventura, Vlsalia, Watonvillo,
Idaho Moscow, Pocatcllo.
Montana Killing, itozeman, Liv
ingston. Nevada Carson City, Rctlo, Virgin
New Mexico Eust Las Vegas, San
Oregon Albany. Raker Citv. Eu
gene, Pendleton, The Dalles.
I 'tali novo City.
Washington Cenlralia, Colfax, El
lensburg, Viineover, Whatcom.
Met at the Court 1 louse Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock. Present, Judge
Scott, ('ommisfdoiicrs Parker and 11 v-
land, Nicrill iluiul and Cleik alk-
The following business was transact
Win Piitman. witness $ 1 SO
(lis) Young, " 1 M)
It Scott, transportation of lum
per m no
Lew Is Item I nger road: CCole. Hen
ry Baxter and J C Nicholson apisiint
ed viewers and C M Collier surveyor.
l,ow I'assroiui: ) Kennett, tieo Tar
ter and Seth HariMilo appointed view
ers C M Collier surveyor, to meet May
The llernhardt road: Mark Hadsall.
Win. Karnowsky and John A. Me-
Cord appointed viewers and A. R. Rut-
toiph surveyor, to meet may is, iwc
Petition of Ia-wIs Rurg for road of
public casement; Wm liiuian, J. Job,
audit. It. Hayes appointed viewers to
asneiw damages to tho premises of Geo.
Hoseltou, John Holland, Ijco and
hlizabetli Jiurg, tr any, to meet for
said purpose, on May l i, 1HH2.
A. u. itovey allowed 7.a) reimtc on
tax on proHTty wrongfully assessed.
Mrs. L J Hill, keeping paupers. . , 17 00
Comegyg k Cray, supplies paupers 111 '.HI
IS Li lje, medical ottend paupers. 10 00
1) A Paiue, med attendance W
Thurman 30 00
F W Prentice, medical attendance
Simmons eluld 0 00
I) A Paiue, med attendance Sim
mons' child as 00
Knowlos k Getty, pauper supplies 8 00
id r; uoiimao, pauper supplies ... l'i m
II. Worthley, keepiugpaupora.... 25 00
Robt. Johnston, meals for paupers 50
Portland Hospital koepiug paupers 30 00
N D Sweet, keeping paupers 20 2."
Oeo Wall, med attend paupers ... 7 (H)
D Unstow, pauper supplies n 00
Chas Grosser, koepiug pauper .... 8 00
Lou l'ongra, supplies for tanner. . 10 00
Wm Rogart, keeping pauper 20 (H)
A 1) Hyland, supplies for paupers 1(1 00
v o miller, supplies for paupers, a 00
E D MeKeuuey, med attendance on
paupers and prisoners 15 00
Jesse Simmons, keeping paupers. . 12 00
J no MeUullom, keeping paupers. . 5 00
W 11 Walker, a days labor with
toam 10 00
B D Paiue, 1 cayote 5 00
II E ltay, 1 cayote 5 00
R F Moss, 1 cayote 5 00
O W Rrewbaker, 1 cougar 2 IK)
8 I Ronne, 10 cajotes 60 00
Geo Hergort, 6 oayotes ; 30 00
Ordered from and after this date
the bounty on oayotes be and the same
is hereby reduced to 82.
W a Sutherland bridge lumber Dist.
82, $54 CO.
Real Estate Transfers.
Henry Drew to Mary JaiioPrew, lot;
W A Cox to Mary E Cushnian, 10
front feet In lots 0, 10 aud 11, block 6;
Oeo II Barrett and O II Colter to
Chas R David, lota 2 and 8, block 0;
M II Harlow, Jr.. to J It Wright.
4.04 acres; $150.
H V MoCornack to Helen I Steven
son, j interest in 37 acres in Tp 17 S,
Walter J Kurns to Carl uolde and
August WInsky, 240 acres In Tp 17 S,
R5 W; $3,000.
pi 1J and U w MurK to u it aeal, HO
acres in Tp 10 S, II 2 W; $'500.
Wamta'a World's tlr Work.
Mrs. E. A. Allen, of Portland, a member
of tbe Woman's Hoard of Managera for
ihs World a Fair. Is now Bivlng ber time to
work among tbe women of Oregon with ref
erence to organizing societies for aiding in
preparing exhibits for tbe exposition. Mrs.
Allen delivered an address on tnls subject
at the Methodist church on Tuesday even
ing, she gave a moat iotereating account ol
tbe Woman's building at Chicago and sug
gested methods by which Oregon might be
beard from al tbs fair.
Steps were taken before the elose ot the
meetins to orsanixe Ibe ladies of Eusene.
snd it is to be boped tbat in this caae as in
others the women may make amends for
the indifferenoe of our male citizens.
Thi Fibst Cos. The Balem Btateeman,
ltep., says: Oeo. W. bell of tbe Btate of
Waabiogtou, spoke to a fair-sized audience
in tbe opera bouse laat mvnt on Ibe politi
cal isaues of tbe day viewed from a demo
cratic standpoint. IMS subject was taxation
which he considered paraaount to all otb
era In comparison, lie ia a flowery speaker
and lent to bis argument against protection
all tbe beautiful nguies of apeecn and go
ticulation be could command.
Mr. Hell apeaks in Eugene May 13th, at
1 ::J p. m.
Child Died. W. O. Day, of Fall
Creek, wriu-s us from Ilornbnsik, Cal.,
that with his ramily he left c.ugeue ou
t lie overland the night tf Twtsluy.
May 3. 1 1 is four weaka old baby died
at Grants Pass the next morning at H
o'clock, dcMth Isdng caused by the Jar
oX the train. The remains were burled
at Ilornbrook at 3 p. m. the same day,
Mr. Day feels grateful to Thos. Kear
ney, the conductor, and other railroad
employes for their aid and sympathy
on the occasion.
Horn. At Spencer Creek, Oregon,
May 2, IS!2, to, the wife of George
Wan-, a sou; weight 12 pounds.
RriLMNO PiKr ilASED. Kver Peter
son has purchased of W. W. Wilson
bis brick bulldingon Ninth street, pay
ing about $7,000 for the same. A bargain.
IS IT E. It. Ll'CKEY,
He May be an Inmate of the Stockton
bally Guard, Mar J,
A short tiuio after the disappearance
of K. It. I.uckey, J. F. Robinson, the
recorder of tho (irand Coiiimandcry,
of which Luckey was a member In the
subordinate at F.iigeno, wrote a num
Ikt of letters to dlll'erent sections ask
ing for any Information that might be
bad concerning tbe tnlsaing man. The
following has Just been received In an
swer ami may solve the mystery of
tho illsapH'aninco of Luckey. The
letter 1.4 a tyie-wrltten, dictated one,
ami the initial letter K could easily be
mistaken by the stenographer for a li:
State Insane Asvf.rf,
Skk kto.v. Cal.. Anril 29. 1602.
J A si. F. ItniiiNsoN, Kugciio, Oregon.
mar sir: A rew days ago a man
was committed to the asylum by the
name or 1. It. Luckey, or as ho spells
I lie patient is stillerlug from delu
sional insanity, the delusions a Deem
ing a great many diliereiit sunjects.
He Is (inlet, ho far well behaved and
has not lost much In llesh.
Very Truly Yours,
H. N. RtTKEii, Supt.
1'er A. W. Ilocsholt, M. D.
Not E. It. Luckey.
Whatever myaterv renin ins about tbe dis
appearance of 12. U. LiU'knr, is not further
aulved by advices received from California
reading the man supposed to be Lackey,
snd who wan oouimitted to tbe Stockton
aaylum. Thtiraduy Muetul KaetUind
received tbe following letter Irom tba under
sheriff of Yuba county:
Mabysvii.lk. Cal., May 4, 1892.
City Marhbal, Eugene, Or. :
I desire to say in reference to the tele
graph io dispatch from Kngene (a copy of
which ia taken from tbe Haoramento Keo-ord-l'uion
ol tbe 3d inst) tbat the man re
ferred lo ia not the Lukelie that was sent to
Stockton Insane Asylum from this connty
on tbe 27th of April last.
There ia a striking similarily In the pro
nunciation of tbe name, but tbe namea are
sp.lt entirely different. Henry barney
Lukehe, who was oommitted from here ia
a young man, 35 yoars ot age, 6 f eet, four
inches (all, and was born in Butter county,
California. Yours Truly,
April 20, 1802.
Rain as usual.
The creeks are pretty high on ae
count of the recent rains.
Archie Richardson passed yesterday
on his way to tho valley.
W. L. Cornelius and Mr. Tallman re
turned from Kugeno Monday.
Mr. Frank Whitaker returned to
Gardiner after a visit at Walton.
Mrs. V. F. Lyons Is visiting at the
jesldonoo of her parents, Mr. Plttlnger.
miss teiia Koiiman commenced
school Monay in the upper Wild Cat
Miss Hello Lyons returned home
Saturday after a two weeks visit at
School commenced tho lsth under the
skillful management of Miss Iula
Tho people of Slueluw are excited
over the railroad. Considerable talk
W. Moll'et and Mr. Bishop were on
their way to Kugeno today. Mr. Rlsh
op Is en route to California.
May 3, 1892.
I). F. Rerkshlro and U. W. Dillard
have bid on the Jasper school house.
Wo have seen a few rliio wild straw-
k'rrles already, notwithstanding the
cold, wet rains.
Miss Nannie Mulhollund. of Junc
tion, visited with relatives and friends
alsmt Goshen from Friday until Mon
day. Matthews Rros.. of Pleasant Hill.
sold their old englno to Dr. A. Sharpies
and havo purchased a now one from
Russell t Co. at a cost of about $1500.
It urrlved hero Sarurday night. It is a
slxtcen-horso rsiwer traction and the
boys will use it for running; their saw
mill and thresher.
Allen Parker tied his horse In the
grove near tho Pleasant Hill school
house Sunday evening and ofter re
turning from the domicile of his sweet
heart whom ho had escorted home
from church, ho found the animal had
grown weary of waiting and with sad
dle had disappeared for parts which up
to present writing are unknown. In a
ulaee where horses shed their tails in a
single night, and tho nuts from all the
vehicles for miles around nave a ten
dency to accumulate at the church
house door, and buildings are over
turned when there Is no wind, it is not
strungo that a horse will sometimes get
rTvivcuaiTV l7r.Ari.Thn PTCClltlvo
committee apisilnted to arrange
tor the uid noiuiors reunion w uo ueiu
In V.nrrfifin .Tlinn eiatti 2Tth. consists)
of Dr. C. K. Looiuls, chairman: J. A.
Straight, A. J. unapman. j. w. uatuu
and S. R. Williams. All old soldier
In the Upiier Willamette valley are ex
iiected to tuke part whother they serv
ed In the Indian, Civil or other wars.
One of tho most Interesting features of
the encampment will be the presenta
tion to the Oregon State University of
a beautiful specimen of the stars and
uv,iiifa,lnv -na Mm 11A anniversary'
nfilin hlrth of Governor Whltcaker
and he was the recipient of a pleasant
suprise irom ins iauiuy anu ineuua.
lntno evening ne was uuuaiueu v
homo from lodge by excuses. and
party of friends dropped In extending
congratulations. A pleasant time won
had In social converse and games,
while an excellent repast added to the
enjoyment of the guests. The Gover
nor was presented with several hand
Of the family present there were
his wife, J. H. Whiteaker and wife, of
Creswell, Mrs. Stella Jarvls, of Weston,
Mrs. J. C. Whiteaker and Miss Annie
Whiteaker of Kugeno. The guests
wereT. G. Hendricks and wife. H. M.
Yoran and wife. S. H. Friendly and
wife, J. J. Walton and wife, II. N.
Cmin and wife, Prof. D. V. 8. Reld
and wife, R. R. Hays and J. R, Camp
bell. Tiis Exeiaan. Tba fifty dava for
which Clarence McBea, of fall creek, was
aenteneed to tbe county jail, expired
Tbnraday and he was discharged from ens
tody and immediately left for bis borne.
McBee bss been sick most of tba time since
ha was sentenced, and Eberiff Noland
bumanelj allowed him to receive the benefit
of the pen air a portion of the time, which
was eminently proper and correct. If be bad
kepi him in close eoniinement.it is quite like
ly that today ha woakl have been unable to
be about. JuJge Pipes and Promoting At
torney Condju were correet, when they
aaid that the connty jail whs an nuflt placw
in which to con fln a human being.