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KSTABIIMIEII HIP TOE DISSEMWIOS OP DEMOCRATIC riUWIPLM, AND TO EARN IS "QUEST LIVIJI9 BT TH2 SWEAT OP OUR BROW
EUGENE, OR., SATURDAY, JULY 30. 1892.
Li . JLLJ
jbf cSugrne City (Guard.
(PUHUSUBD EVERY SATURDAY.
I. L CAMPBELL,
ubllMlirr and Proprietor.
,iVFICE-On the East ile of Willamette
ilrttt, between Seventh and Eighth Streets.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
f.r annum 2 W
Si, Month.. 2?
Ihrse months IQ
KA.TR OB ADVKRTISING.
, a jvertineinenU Inserted as follows!
One square, ten lines or leu one Insertion $3i
Mch fuliwiueat insertion $L Cah required
'''HinTedvertisers will be charged t the ol-
irth month. 16 00
0. u.re six month 8 00
Onisnuare one year u w
Transient notices in local column, 20 cents
joe tor esch insertion.
Ailvortieinn bills will be rendered quarterly.
ll job work must be paid roB ok dimvibt.
A. C. WOODCOCK,
(51WEXB CITY. - - - OREGON
OFFICE Rooms 7 ft 8 McClaren Building.
rSpecial attention given to Collections
wd Probate business.
Seymour W. Condon,
Kugciic, - - Oregon.
E. O. POTTER,
EUGENE. - - OREGON.
Omcs- Room in Conger's Block.
GEO. M. MILLER
attorney and Ccunsollor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
0(1 ice In Masonic Temple.
DES. I. W. k JENNIE S. BAMAKO,
81'ECIALTIKS-Kldney and Liver Diseases
(IjnccoloKy and Obstetrics.
OFFICE at resldenco on Olive street between
9th and 10th streets.
Physicians and Surgeons,
Rooms Over City Drugstore.
A. E. GALLAGHER,
EUGENE CITY OREGON.
Special attention gWeu to Probate businea
ind Abstracts of Title.
Orricx-Over Lane County Bank.
DR. J. 0. GRAY
OFFICE UPSTAIRS IN YOUNG'S
block, opposite Guard office. All woric
warranted. , .
Laughing gas administered for painless ex
traction oi teeth.
TTWALTER, M. D. S.
Pental Rooms Willamette Street, opposite
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
I HAVE 80ME VERY DESIRABLE
Farms, Improved and Uulinprovd Town
Property for sale, on easy terms.
Property Ssnted and Kents Collected,
The Insurance Companies I represent are
pong the Oldest and most Reliable, ami in
s Prompt and Equitably adjustment of their
"jee Siad Sioomd to None.
4 share of your patronage is solicited.
E. E. BURLINCAME'8
Wi iilyer Bullion tfW&iXl
Ailreu, 1736 a 173S lavrtus SL, Issre?. Ms.
Act on e new prtadple
rornlsu (be Urn,
mrJt h.u A row A 14
. aerwt. Da. Mn.ar' Pool
' ipmlilt tmrt bmouwas,
torpid liw and COM Upj;
fcoo. Smaller, siUiert, .
Emtie am a ""TT
1892, Spring, iM
HOWE & RICE
.Are Showing the Host Lino of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS & CAPS,
For the Money, in Kugene.
AGENTS FOR TIlI'MmoWXSYILLE WOOLEN GOODS.
LINN & SON,
E. E. Luckey&Go.
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils,
Brushes, Etc., Etc.
Prescription Department in Competent hands.
E. SCHWARZSCHILD, Proprietor.
Full Stock of Butterick Patterns.
Address P. 0. Box 119.
(Opposite F. M. Wilkins' Druir Store.)
Has an extensive Stock of
COLLEGE AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Mercantile, Fancy and School Station
ery, Blank Books, Cutlery, Etc.
rjrOrders for Books and Subscriptions
lo Newspapers and Periodicals promptly at
Bowel Troubles, and Crnmp, Colic, or
any Internal or External Pain. Ask your
druggist for it
J S. LUCKEY,
Clocks. Watches, Chains. Jewelry, Etc
Reoariri2 Promptly Executed.
A II Worst ttarranled.Jlfl
J. 8 LD'JKKY
T. O.HnnBicns, S. B. Eain, Jr.,
First National Bank
Paid up Cash Capital 50,000
Surplus and Profits, $10,000
Eugene City --Oregon.
A rSeral banking business done ' in ma m-
Bills of eichange sold on foretjrn countries.
Deposiw received subject to check or cert.b
"Aufflonsentrused to u. wiU revive
PAY & HENDERSON.
Heal Estate Transfers.
Jane Tcmpleton to W G Pickett, lots
0, 1(1, blk 34; flUUO.
T J C'raitf to A V. WiKiiluwk, lot 10,
block 1!, College Hill Park; fl!00.
K Maude to Amy Maude, 7.57 acres,
except lots deeded to J. 11. Ennis ami
L. Morgan, in block 00; (1.
A N Gardner to John Welch, lots 0,
7 and 8, blk 39: $300.
Fauny A Harkins to Floyd R
Howard, lots 0 and 10; $125.
Benjamin Davis to May Davis En-zenHperger.-'
acres in Tps 17 and 18 S R
E S Hieks to Fannie Lock wood, 3.7
acres of land in T 18 8 It 3 W; $400.
Oilmore Sliircly to L E Flegal, 310
acres in Tp 17 8, R 2 E; $2400.
E C Derrick, et al, to Jno M Ogle,
35.0'J acres in Tp 111 8, U 2 W; $425.
S U Brnnton to J M Dick, 300 acres
in Tp 17 S, R 2 W; $4000.
Iiufus Edmunson to John H Far
lflgh, 40.W in T 17 8 It 4 W; $1100.
Hurtwell F Hunnlcutt to It C Ed
wards, 83.13 acres in T 10 8 R 1 Wj
Arvilla Duckworth to T J Duck
worth. 100 acres in T 17 8 R 0 W; $1.
J E Butler to N E Britt, 80 acres in
T 10 S R 0 W; $100.
W J Pengra to B J Pengra, land in
T18SR3 W; $1.
Ansel Hemcuway to Annie Anilier
gcr et al, 10 acres in T 18 8 It 3 W;
Matthew Hniith to Sarah J Bryant,
land in T 16 H R 6 W; $100.
Harriett Wilts to D A Paine, land in T 18
S K 4 W1 $1
'o&CRRtoJM Suiiglty, 80 acres in T
17 S, R 0 W; $200.
CastoHa promotea IMgertioM, and
overcoiuoi Flatulency, Constiition, Boor
Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Feverish neas.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and its
sleep natural Caitorla contains DO
Morphine or other narcotic property.
u Oastoria Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prrecripUon
known lo me." H. A. A acusa, at. I.,
83 Portland Ave., Brooklyn, K. V.
" I nee Castorla In my practice, and find It
specially adapted to affecuooa or children.''
Alcx. Knnnmnx, M. D.,
Tn Cnrracn Oo, 77 Murray St., K. T.
Then Baby was sfclfc fae ker Oastoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she became Xisa, aba chine to Casteria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla.
FRIDAY, JULY 22.
The iieach crop In Lane county Is
John Uoliiusnu's circus dues not exhibit
in Albany this year.
Mias Mil uie Relincrof 1'ortlaud haa just
retnrned bi re from a visit to Dead wood.
The rock for the new county Jail is
being hauled from the Thurston
Judge Fullerton has been holding
court this week from 8 a. tn. until 10 p.
E. J. Frtwier has gone to Tueoiua in
annwer to a telegram stating his sister
at that place In very ill.
('has. Haines, a printer from Port
land, is in Eugene on his way home
from the wa coast near Florence.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fox and Rev. O.
A. Blair and family went to Newport
this morning. Mrs. Craw wentyester
day. - .
K. A. WilJi, who his been selling wire
fenoe in this vicinity for some time past,
left for Ilwaco, Wash., this morning, for a
few days outiug.
Win. Renshaw and family left by
private conveyance for Heceta Head
this morning. They will be absent
about one month.
Among those who attended tho fu
neral of F. B. Dunn, from a distance,
we noticed Judge R. 8. Bean, of Salem,
and Robt. Clow, of Junction.
Three "sure thing" operators were in
town last night. They are working
trains on the 8. P. It. R. If they
caught anyone in Eugene we have not
The business men, by the cloning of
tneir nouses loony, tcsitucu to tne
sterling worth and character of their
late fellow worker and neighbor.
Albany Democrat, July 21: Wm.
Obenauer camo from Eugeno this fore
noon, arriving here at 1 o'clock, in
six hours, which is rapid bicycle riding
for promiscuous rods.
A girl usually looks so pretty when she
puckers up ber lips to try to whistle that it
is daugerons for her to do so In the vicinity
of a young man in the moonlight, for fear
she may be misunderstood.
Ileppner Gazette, July 19: O.Crawford,
uncle of Vawter Crawford, accompanied by
bis family, got in Saturduy, overland, from
Mohawk valley, Lane county, on their way
to Waitsbure, Wash., where thny will lo
cate. They remained in Ileppner till yes
Pendleton, E. O.: "Capt. I). W. Jar-
vis, ex-superintendent of this county,
has accented the principalshin of one
of the Portland schools, and will re
move to that city to teach, lie has re
signed as principal of the Athena
school." Prof. Jarvis is a son-in-law of
In an article in the Oregonian con
cerning tho next Mechanics fair at
rortiana wo unit tne following: "air.
Crouch, of Eugene, who Invented the
Urn ritt lituu lirnnrYifi f Mikiitiuiiu nnma
till l ui.ii.fKa v j ii t a j i s . jJiiuiifn duiuv
surprising features in connection with
Ms exhibit. As lie is an uregoniaD
we take an interest In his work."
The Dalles Sun, Jnly 19: The
The contest proceedings, institued by Mr
J. M. Ilunliagton against Mr. J. B. Cros
sen, who wns elected county clerk at the
late election came up belore Juice tsrail-
ahaw Monday afternoon. Mr. Huntington
bad as connul Mr. Lord oi f ortland and
Mr. U. S. Huntington while Mr. Crossen
was represented by Judge Bennett and J.
L. Story. The deledse objected to the do
tioe of oontcjt as handed in and oounsel ad
dressed the judge with a view cf having the
whole matt.tr tbrown out. Alter neatin
arguments pro and con, the court rendered
his decision adversely to tbe plaintiff, and
Mr. Crossen will oontinue to aot as connty
clerk. There was no recounting of ball ots.
East Oregon Ian: Three strange tn
dlans were noticed on our streets a day
or two since. They are Bannocks, one
belnir a "big chief" or that tribe.
Since the war of 187Q there has been
bad b)ood lictweeit the Bannocks and
the Umatilla reservation Indians.
Prior to that time they were very
friendly and engaged iu trade, the
Umatlllas exchaninnir ponies for furs
and buffalo robes. But in 1876 the
Umatillas took un arms on tho side of
the whites agalnsl the hostile Bannocks
The latter's chief, Fan, was s'ain by
Ten-e-ou-itz, and a force of Bannocks
was driven throucli the Camas Prairie
country by a party of Umatilla braves.
The hearts or each trine Have since
been turned against the other, and
there have been no relations between
them. The visit of these Bannocks
was for the nurnose of restoring neace
and friendliness. They were well re
ceived on the reservation, dlfllculties
were patched up and the hatchet was
burled deep. As is customary with the
Indians, a number of presents were
given the visitors as tokens of good
UU1 Creek Smiles.
Blackberries are about gone.
Hop picking is almost here.
There are several cases of whooping
cougu in tne neignuoraooa
Bills are out announcing a circus
August 4. Hope every one will go and
Miss Mollle Whitmorc made her par
ents a short visit a few days ago. She
has now returned to Eugene.
The Sunday school is progressing
nicely under the management or the
suixTintemient, .Mr. uuryee. I'.very
one is cordially Invited to attend.
Very many timber claims have been
taken up, still there Is a vacancy. But
timber men, look out for the "galvanic
battery" placed Just below Geo. Whit-
Married, at Mill creek, July 17, at
the residence of the bride's parents, by
Itev. T. J. Whitmore, Mr. Henry
franklin ana Miss iseiiie liolcomu.
We wish them a happy and prosper
Z. Y. X.
A. O. U. W.-The Grand Lodge has
elected officers for the ensuimr year as
follows: It. J. Hawthorne, of Eugene.
G. M. W.; Dr, T. C. MeKackey, of
Gardiner, G. F.; J. J. Branln, (. O.,
IL li. Durham, u. it.; ewton nark,
(i. H. J. H. Durkee, Trustee; J. J.
Daly, Soli (John and T. A. Stephens,
representatives to the wupreme iMlge,
Dally Guard, July a
Bi'KNEr. The steamer R. C. Young
was burned at Dove's landing, above
Salem, yinterday afternoon to the
waters edge. Loss with $3000 In
ANOTHER HIDDEN DEATH.
Hiram Stewart, of Oosheu Precinct,
Expires Suddenly Sutunlny.
Hiram Stewart, an obi and highly
resjieeted nloneer residing about lour
miles southwest of UohIicii, went out
to milk his cows as usual Saturdtiy
evenlng, July 23, at about 8 o'clock,
and being absent an unusual length of
time, bis wife became alarmed and
went out and found him lying dead
upon his face. He received a partial
sunstroke about three years ago ami
since then has been in very poor
health, especially unable to endure
warm weather. He w as 72 yea in of
He was down to (ioshen during
the day, and in speakingof Mr. Dunn's
sudden death remarked that when he
wns to die he wanted some warning.
The funeral took place Monday at 10 a
m. frbiu his late residence to the Cres
well cemetery, the attendance Wing
rainir, jclt 22.
And still tho court Is being enter
tained with the testimony in the case
of Penirra vs Wheeler, and it is likely
to take another day yet to tlnich the
Tne court adjourned at noon today
until 0:30 p. in., to allow the ollleers,
attorneys and witnesses to attend the
funeral of the late F. B. Dunn.
SATURDAY, JULY 23.
Tho testimony In the caso of Pengra
vs Wheeler was concluded last even
ing at 8o'cloek. Attorneys Woodctnk,
Gallagher and Fllun have made their
arguments today, and at the time of
going to press Attorney Williams was
Tbe argument in the TeuKra-Wheeler
case was finished at 6 p. m when the
judge took tbe case under advisement.
In the oase of Mattie V. Dnrant vs. II
W. Jones, injunction, 8. II. Friendly was
appointed receiver vice F. 11. Dnnu, de
Tbe court then adjourned for the term.
Some few days since the uahi
called the attention of its readers to a
gross violation of the Oregon game law.
Pursuant to its statement at that time,
we intend to publish all names where
actual proof of guilt can be udducetl iu
The case at hand to which we call
the attention of the ollleers is t wo boys,
one named Luekey and tho other
Whitney, in killing young grouse and
pheasants, but little more than feather
ed out. Twenty or twenty-tlvo were
peddled about towu this way only last
These birds are scarcely as large as a
quail yet and no true sportsman will
kill birds which have not attained one
third their growth.
Card of Thanks.
Euciknc, July 21, 1H'.)2.
V. ilMfilre In ATnreM nnr Gratitude to our
friends In and ont of our own church for
ihmr ennalant attention and nntirins assist
ance and sympathy daring our Into severe
sickness. Also to Urs. l'aine, rreniice anu
Harris for their vigilance and successful
Rkv, and Has. Q. A. Hlaib.
The Rush hob Land. Oregon City
Enterprise: Last Tuesday morning
three and a half townships of newly
surveyed government land were 0ened
ror tilings at the uregon City lanu oi
lice. All of this laud Is situated in
Clatsop county and most of It Is well
tuunerett. Applicants ior mo lanu oe
gnn arriving Sunday night and con
tinued coming atl uay Aiomiay aim me
land lawyers were kept busy making
ont papers. Tuesday morning bright
aud early there were fifty men in line
In the corridor leading to tho register's
ofileo and there would havo been more
but for the belief that a decision would
be mado to treat all as simultaneous
applications. When the register's door
was opened there was a little inclina
tion to scramble for position but Cap
tain Apperson UM tho applicants
that they would all bo treated
alike and If any disturbance was
made he would close his oiuce anu not
receive any applications. Then tho ap
plications were filed quietly and ex
peditiously and there was no excite
ment. Tuesday eighty-six applica
tions were filed of which twenty-four
were nre-einptlons.fourteen homesteads
and forty-eight timber claims. These
brought $206 to the receiver. Wednes
doy morning a batch of olghty-lx
other applications were received by
mall rrom Astoria, ah inese, except
In cases where there are contests, w ill
be admitted to filings at once.
Killed bt thi Cass. Albany Demoorut,
July 22: As this morning's train with J.
II. Andrews as conductor was approaching
Oervais, about a half a mile this aide, a man
was seen on tbe track in front of the en
gine, taming his head ro as to see the ap
proaching train. Thinking, of coarse that
he would step from the track, the train was
not stopped nntil too late. Tbe man was
tbrown ten or twelve feet irom tbe track. His
left leg and right arm were broken. He
was taken on tbe cars to Oervais, but died
before reaching that oity. Name, unknown.
A. O. U. W. Notks. During the
past year 17 new lodges have been
organized. The present membership
In Oregon is 4.3K4, showing a gain since
senaration of 640. Tiie maximum age
of new members was reduced from 60
to 45 years. Portland was chosen as
the next place oi meeting oi me gnuui
lodge, the third Wednesduy in July,
A Bilk. J. P. Jones, tbe man who started
the Troy steam laundry on Ninth .treet,
skipped out the other day leaving several
small bills unpaid. He took tbe machinery
to Henderson station for shipment, ttteani
laundries have a bard time in snooped ing in
fiaiairf 'a BiLl.-SberilT Noland Saturday
old oa an execution issued out of tbe
circuit court in favor of Mary McOraw and
asainst W. F. and 0. Gray, 80 acres of land
in Beo. 17, T. 20 8., B 6 W, to W. F. Gray,
for tbe lumotflio.
A 13 fc.TaocT. Chester Osbnrn, so a
correspondent informs us, caugb a thirteen
oound doily varden trout near the McKen-
lie bridge last Thursday. Cheater is tbe
cnampbin naoer on us river mis summer.
Hobs. In Eugene, Oregon, July 23,
lStC, to the wife of Drew Grift In. a son.
Drew now steps several Inches higher
Mclutosli ami Hiowii Held to Await
1'iuly i. inthl. July J!.
Milnlohh and llrowii, tlin CDUl'iili'iire
nu n wito given an (diminution before Jim-
lice Iviiim-y lit tho Court House this morn
ing at 9 o'clock ou tbe charge of having
committed forgery by having raised H. F.
f inn s check Irom f 11) to $210 and attempt
lug to cash the same. After hearing the
evidence, which was ovcrwhehuuiug, tbe
Justice bound them over in the sum of
100 each to await the action of the graud
jury. Tho prisoners submitted no evidence
They were taken to Kosvburg this after
noon by Deputy Sheriff Croner, to bo con
fined In the Douglas county jail as our jail
has liceu lorn down to make room for tho
A lett-r was reci ivi d by Sheriff Noland
lust night from Sheriff llooth of Crook
county axkina him to arrest tbe man Drown.
aud sending au accurate description of the
individual therewith, for obtaining money
utider false prelnnses, which shows plainly
timi me couple bad been operating In that
scetiou. The letter also stated that if they
had any horses in (heir possession they had
toltu them iu that county. Tbe two
borses which they wore riding are now in
pasture at Corvallis aud will probably be
claimed soon by souie one.
hullv ilimrd, July.'.'.
The funeral of the late F. II. Dunn took
place this afteruoon nt 2:30 o'clock from
his late n-aidence to the Masonic cemetery.
The pall bearers were as follows! J. 11.
McClung and A. V. Peters representing
the ciliit-ns, Clius. Johnson and Jos. My
ers, the A. 0 U. W. Lodge, S. M. Yoran
and J. F. Itobiiiaon Ivanhoe Commandery,
Knights Teuiplnr. Chiis. Latter and F. W.
Osburn, Eugene Lodge, No 11, A. F. & A.
M. The religious services at the residence
were conducted by Kev. 1). A. Walters, in
a very iiiiprisHive manner. At the grave
tho ceremonies wein conducted by the Ma
sonic iiud Workmeu lodges. The floral
olleiiugs were numerous uud beautiful.
The procession was the largest one that
ever wendid its way to a oemetery from this
oily. The Mutoniu and A. O. U W. Lodges
attended in full strength, while Ivanhoe
Commandery acted as an escort. A nnm
her of Masons from 1'ortlaud, Albany and
Juuctiou were present, J. G, Gray acted
as cbsplain aud K. M. Day as marshal for
t Lio occasion.
The public ofllcos of the county and ally,
aud every businexs house in Eugeno were
closed during thu funeral, attesting the es
teem In which bo was hold, and the worth
of the deceased.
F. 11. Dunn was a good mau, and the poo
pie mourn his deuth. Eugene iu bim has
lost an invaluable citiseu. Iu their deep
allliction tho family have the sympathy ol
all Ihe people who have kuuwu him so long
and who held him in such high respeot
Xaii.h. Ex: The regular customary
growl about the sidewalks Is now being
heard, and we don't wonder at It.
They me pretty bad; the nails stick up
Just far enough to catch some unwary
iwicstrlan, whose thoughts are soaring
above the common plane of sidewalks.
many rataiilicN have occurred which
haven't trot ten into mint, but wo heard
one young lady Itcmoanlhg a largo tear
In a nlco new pair of hIiocs caused by a
luckless mill, She didn't swear, but if
it had been a man somebody would
have been consigned where water
doesn't and where good soelety Is
scarce. Another latly was seen ham
mer In hand doing a philanthropic
work bv ilrivlnir dnu ii tint nulls in lu-r
sidewalk. If she ever runs for street
commissioner she will get lots of votes,
meanwhile, we hoie the proper author
ities will give some leisure time and
grant a much needed relief.
A BakkiiCity Sknsation. Baker
City has a business sensation that Is
canning a stir there, one of general In
terest nil over the stnto. "The sensa
tion of the past week, the reported de
falcation of the Insurance firm of 8tur
glll & Sturgill of this city, lias taken
another turn and threatens not a little
discomfiture nutl trouble to several
Individuals, who have made them
selves lust a little fresh. In Justice
Jefi'en's court yesterday complaints
were entered ly Messrs, John I. Htur
gill and J. J. Sturgill, members of the
linn of hturgill & hturgill, charging A
E. Megill, general agent, A. K. Gart
ner, adjuster and examiner of agencies,
J. E. Seeley, iqiccial agent, all of the
riiocnix insurance Uimpauy, or Jinrt
ford, and J. M. lloyd, manager of the
Oregon Blade Publishing Company,
with criminal lilx'l, and warrants of
arrest were Issued ou tho complaint."
Dally Uuard, July 1M.
Stoke Aitaciikd. Deputy Sheriff
Croner last night about 1- o'clock at
tached tho grocery store of E. B.
Hundsakeraud J.T. Clow, nt Junc
tion, ou complaint of the U. S. Bank
ing Company of that city, on behalf
of Junction claimants, amounting to
$1,025. This morning a chattel mort
gage was filed in the county clerk's
otllce ou the same goods in favor of R.
L. Subln, of 1'ortlaud, in tho sum of
$3,141.37. Of course the attachment
will hold as it is several hours ahead
of the mortguge. It Is hoed the firm
will be able to resume business.
Saturday afternoon, bile working one
bop hotisx t.f Jack Keeney's, near Goshen,
a scaffold gave way precipating Horace
Hutchinson, aged ahont 45, to tbe ground
a distance ot about 20 feet, breaking his
right arm about midway between tbe elbow
and wrist, and bruising bis head badly, and
injuring bis back. He fell on the inside of
the building and struck ou the lower joists.
Ho was attended by Dr. Paine wbo set the
arm and dressed his other wounds. He is
getting along as well as could be expected
under tbe circumstances.
DallyUuard, July 22.
WKUhl.Nd Dl.NXKK. E. D. Matloek
and bride returned from Salent last
night and tho groom's father gave an
elegant dinner in their honor at
Brown's restaurant today to about
twenty-five relatives and friends. Ye
editor can attest the excellence of the
affair. May happiness ever be the lot
of this newly married couple.
Anothkk Victim. C. E. flyers, of
Smithfleld, is the latest victim of
Mcintosh and Brown, tne confidence
men, that we huvo heard of. They
purchased $15 worth of goods of him
aud paid hint with a cheek signed
Brooks on the Portland Saving Bunk,
Mr. Dyers paying them the balance,
$43 in money.
Cottage (irovo Item.
Leader, July 23.
Mrs. Jeunlo Sehlbred, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. stmifl'er, of this
city, left for her home nt Livingston,
Wo learn that Scott Chrslmnn of tho
racket store intends erecting a new
building on his lots near tho bridge, for
his own use as a store room in the near
Wo learn that surveyors will soon
commence surveying three townships
of government land east of Cottage
Grove. We have lieen told that there
is good homestead and very valuablo
timber land In tho section to be sur
veyed. Harry Thompson is having tho sec
ond story of his tine new building Just
east of the opera hall, finished for hall
purposes. The location is ouo of the
II nest and most valuable In the city,
Mr, Lurch, one of the old timers and
one of tho most prosperous business
men iu Cottago Grove, intends erect
ing for rent, a nice business house on
Main street east of Lincoln & Co.'s
new store room, Thus the new Im
provements of this prosperous city con
tinue. Mrs. II. C. Veatch met wlthaverv
painful accident Tucsduy. In coming
down from tho second story of tho barn
she made a wrong step, causing her to
loose an control or her motion, wie
tumbled down tho stairs bruising her
limbs in many places and breaking a
rib in her left side.
Tho farmers commenced cutting
lull grain in this vicinity Monday, and
the early planted will yield well. Tho
splendid rain hero July 15th and the
continued cool, foggy weather since, Is
having a lino eltcct on late crams.
spuds and gardcu truck. It is addi
tional evidence that Oreiron never fails
In getting to tho front in lino shape.
Ira Wells, awd "8 years, died at hi
homo near Elkton, Douglaa county.
Oregon, Sunday, July 17. Mr. Well
was the iirst man who settled In part
of Lane county. Ho hud the honor of
erecting the first house near where Mr.
O. P. Adams now lives, west Cottugo
Grove. Mrs. W. W. Ilawley, daugh
ter or nir. and Mrs. Ira Wells who
tl'ltll lint liliuitnltji 1 1 'rto nlvr.uin Vtillsia
s said to have been
the first white m rson born In this part
of Idinc county. Mr. and Mrs. llaw-
icy and lamiiy attended the funeral
Three brothers of Mr. Land, who
lives up Row river, met with a serious
misfortune Friday night July 15. They
were coming from eastern Oregon to
visit their brother. F'riday night be
fore reaching tho homo of their brother
they camped out as usual, and during
the night while they were sleeping ou
tho irround a tree fell tinon them. Tho
cheek aud side of tho head of one
was very seriously, but perhaps not fa
tally hurt. Tho man who was pinned
down by the tree remained there until
tho tree was cut oil from him. Ho was
badly bruised but not seriously injured.
Dr. Wall was called to attend the in
Skull Fractcbid. Prof. Rold iuform
as that the boy Scott, wbo was Injured by
a limb broken by a falling tree on Hill's
creek, near Jasper is slowly improving. Mr.
Keid was one of the campers near the place
at the time of the aooidentwhich was caused
by some yonng men from near Irving set
ting out a fire near where several small par
ties were camped to nick blackbenloa. The
fire burned into trees falling them uncom
fortably close and In some cases serious ac
oidents being barely escaped. After bring
ing bit family home a few days after the
accident mentioned, Mr. Held returned ac
companied by a doctor from this oity as
there was no one to help the father care for
bis son and tbey were poor, ut Lioomtstouuil
that the boy's skull was fractured, a
depression being plainly noticablc.
ino surgical operation was penormeu
however as the boy was gaining
Look Out fob Him. Sulem States
man: "Boswell is in town, and every
one who knows anything of criminals
will not ask. an explanation, lie is a
tall fellow, wears a light felt hat, has
dark mustache and usually wears au
overcoat and gloves. You will know
him by this picture should you see
him. He Is the fellow you want to
look out for. His professed business In
the treating of ladles' hair, removal of
ftAtrfl1a ii Kut- It ii la mi nil rllllil
inn nx.ini vtvij miv iiu to uu un iou"'
slick man. While ostensibly soliciting
work in this lino in the resident por
tion of the city, he Is at the same time
"sizing up" the houses, preparatory to
a night raid. He Is a swindler and
thief and has done time all over tho
country for petty larceny."
we understand that tins same indi
vidual Is headed for Eugene, therefore
we would ask our subscribers to be ou
the lookout for him.
Wedded. Salem Statesman: "Iu
East Portland, on Thursday last, Miss
Mary C. Hill was married to Dr.
Thomas A. Box, of Tacoma. Tho
wedding took place at the residence or
A. 11. Breyman, a large and brilliant
party being assembled. The bride wan
formerly a teacher In tbe public schools .
of Salem, and noted as a charming and
brilliant young lady. Among inose
present from Sulem were: Mrs. E. L.
Bristow, sister of the bride, Dr. 8. R.
and Mrs. Jessup, and Albert Jessup."
Miss mil was born ami reared in
Kugene, and her many friends here of
fer their congratulations.
To Portland. Attorneys J. J.
Walton. A. C. Woodcock and A. E.
Gallagher have gone to Portland to try
the case or unman co. vs rarsou
Bros., for damages, In Judge Deady's
U. 8. cour. This is a case resulting
from the sale of some hops that the
Ullmans' had contracted for from the
Meesrs. Parsons. It has already been
tried In the Lane county circuit court
three times, the Ullmans' coming out
second best each time. Still they seem
to stay. m
I xcoRro RATED. Articles of Incor
poration of the Can vonvllle Mining Co.
have been filed with tho county clerk
and secretary of state. Incorporators
E. C. Smith, Legh Harnett, II. W.
Holden, Halsey, and A. C. Wood
cock. Object to run aud operate
mines, manufacture lumber and en
gage lu merchandising. Principal of
fice iu F:ugene. The company will
proceed at once to organize and elect
Heavy Life Insurance. The
late F. B, Dunn carried about $17,000
i fraternal and other life Insurance.
oil by J H.BSCKLIT