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EUGENE, OIL, SATURDAY. NOVKMltKll 21. 1894.
The Eugene City Guard.
PUBLISHED KV'KHY MATt'UDAY.
I. L. CAMl'IJKLL,
IlKflCK -Oa the K- ai.1 .4 WilUawtU
H'rMt, bskwssa ttavsslb sad tlhth Klntto
TKItM K sUIWeKIPTION.
I'm aoauai .' 00
Si i Muath 1.W
On uelb 75
Adeeri'mtng Jl'ittt MaJt Knoten on
TiaM .lrtiar will bs etuuYd e lb (al
IIM usr thrss Bustli ..K 00
Ob ura ail nwcth. M 00
On.eiujar oh W II 00
TrasaWal antics ia local ouluma, 20 mil
MW UM l" ScB tBssrtl.SL
Adfartiaiim bill will bsralordqarUrlr.
All fob work bhI b ram rua o iiblitht.
very Pair Guaranteed.
address San Francisco Cal
J S. LUCKEY
Clocks, batches, Chairs. Jewelry, Etc
UEPAIUINO rKOMIfLY DONK
all Werfc Warrealsa
L. W. BROWN, M. D.
Ditto anil iwaidrscs i,r pnabilfio. Hun;
7 to a. m.; U to i, o to . m.
Z3. O. LAKE.
GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKS.
Ktw Pcaliai and New Prim In rorelgn and
bome.Uo Xarbla aud Oranlte, MunumtnU,
llsad.tnnM and CeBMtery work uf
all kinds (or 1'!.
ALL WOIUC OUAIIAXTEKI) !
WUI.ia.ll. Hlrset, IMt Pnatofflra. K-ifena, Or
A. 0. WOODCOCK,
Orni I-On half Work mulh nl (hrt.manl
8.B. Kaxi. Ja..
First national Bail
Paid up Ush Capital f 50,000
Surplus and Profits, .0,000
Eugene - -. Oregon.
A (aaral bankinf bualoaaa d-s on raaaoa
bls taenia. Hitfbt draft na NEW YoKK,
CHH'AirO, HAN KKANtT8CO and IDKT
bill ol aichang. ald oa foraiira orantriaa,
DapiaiU nosivsd aubjoct to check or oartili
OS la ol dapnsil
All oollacU'ifia aotnuUd to na will rscel.
J. L. PAGE,
umn and ookplicti irH k
of itapi aud faocf Uroosrlaa bought Id tht
Exclusively For Cash,
I can offer the public
than any other houac
IN EUGENE. :
Produce of all kind taken at market
P J. F. FORD,
Of la Mutaaa, Iowa, writM aaitr dU ol
March J ll3!
B. a Mw. Mro. Co.,
OirxTLEMk: On arriving heme lat
week, I found all well and anxloualy
waiting. Our little girl, eight and one
half year, old. who had wanted away
to 3S puunda, la now well, atronjr and
Tlgoroua, and well 11IhhI up. 8. 11.
t'ouKh Cun haa done IU work well.
Both of therhlldren like It. Your 8.
11. Cough Cure baa cured and kept
away all boamnena from nie. Ho give
It to every one, with greeting for all.
Wlahing you prosperity, we are
Youra, Mr. asd Mk. J. . Kor.
II to wt.k to fl trb and rhf,il, and
fMdf for th "pnc't witt. rlrana th $ftum
with lb llvadach and Ural Cur, If La"
lea or thro du a ak
H wu par builia It aii drafftiU.
Day & -Henderson,
Furniture V Dealers.
The Weat, Nov. 17.
The aleamer Mink waa lowed down
the river Thumday morning laat and
put on the way near the cuotwr alum.
Hhe will revive eitoii.ive reitalra and
he will he leii(ftlu-liel aUxit alt feet,
a new taiilcr w ill I placed in her and
a pilot houw built. A month of alx
week will ! reiuini to complete the
work. The Mink will he put on thla
winter and the Cooa luld oil till
TliewhiMiner lUrwIrk. Capl. Wag
ner, with a cargo of Urt.uou fwt of
luiuher, aailed Tuuaday for Hail Fran
BCaplaiu JaoilMwu arrived here .Mon
iUy morning from Hau KaaiiciM'o. lie
left there on Wedtieaday the 7th lint,
on the ateamer Arago for Cooa ltav,
coming from there on borm-hack. lie
waa aetit up by the owner to lake
charge of the Llla Mattie, w him cap
tain waa drowned on the bar two
we k ago. Itefore leaving Han Fran-
ciaco CMilaiu Jacoheeli called on the
wife of the unfortunate man. At Cap
tain Wlllig waa a member of the A. t).
V. S hia willow will receive f.UUI
fmin lhat order. Canlalii Jacolwii
Immediately priMettled lo Acme lo
lake charge of the achtMiner.
The whooucr Mayllower arrived in
from Han FranciRCo Tucmlay. Hhe
left that city on Oct. L'Tth, and waa
even uaya outaide. She w ill load lum
ber at Acme.
The I. lis Mittlie, ('apt. Jambaon.
ailed for Han Frauclwo Velnemlny
with the body of Capl. l.oula Wlllig on
board. Hhe waa heavily loaded w Kb
The ateamer Baudorille arrived in
from llniidon Tucadav uiirht laat at 11
o'clock, aud after taking on all the
oaeaof aalmou at the Uoeu Hill can
nery departel for Aatoria on Thurwlay
following. I 'apt. Winaut reinirted at
thla olllce a aiuooth bar ami plenty of
Fell III the Well.
The Llallea Chronicle: Out at Mr.
Steel'a place the other side of S-Mtle,
one day laat week, a borae full lu the
the well. 1 lie well waa W leet Ueep
and had alaiut '1 feet of water In it.
Aaaoou aa ixwaitjlu arrangement were
madu for getting the animal out, aa
wellaare acanw aud coat inmiey. A
block and tackle waa procured aud
wung iu a frame creeled for the pur-
iNwe, ami then one of the men went
down and took a turn around the
lion' body with a ne. Oncoming
out he reported the home a ktlll alive.
A pair of home were hitched to the
n iu the block, and (lie animal waa
hauled altoul half way to the turface
when the n broke and he fell to the
bottom again. A aecoud hitch waa
taken on him aud thla time he waa
brought out without a miahap.
hen the rope were taken on lie
got up, gave bimwlf a aliake and
walked over to a hay atack, where he
rocettled to take hrvaklaal. A ue
ad been Iu the well nearly twelve
houia, he had hi appetite with him,
aud, outaide of a few bruiaea, aeemed
to be unhurt.
A Whlaper From The Stage.
In a letter to (he Corvallia Time, J.
H. Walker, now with the Warde and
Janice theatrical company, write.
from Jacksonville, Florida, aa follow:
Mv work la a I exiieclcd, very ele
mentary to begin; but I bad the aatia
faction of having Mr. Ward, tell me
the other day that 1 got all there waa
out ot It. 1 promptly teld him I could
do much better work l.eit year if be
would give it me. I hi lite came, one
over a huge atretch of country, and,
during the Unit aeaaon ia llilereatlng;
but, once the ground ia gone over, the
trip, eo the old tagi-r aay, liecoinea a
weary aud ti'onotoiiou tramp." Mr.
Walkers atage name i J. W. Bernard.
Hii company 1 now playing in the
Houth, but leave aixiii for Illinoia, In
diana, WincoiiRin Iowa and Nebnuka,
arriving In ban Franclaco for a three
week' engagement late in the winter.
Chamberlain's Eye and Bkln
A certain ci.i for Chronic Sore Eye,
Tetter, Salt Ulieum, Boald Head, Old
Chronic Sore, Fuver Sore, Ecrema,
Itch, Prairie Scratche. Sore Kipplei
and Pile. It I cooling and tootning.
Ilundredaof c!ehT been cured by
It after all otlu r treatnienl bad failed.
25 cebU per box.
Fur aal. b; (HburnA I!.na
Krai Eatate Iraaifer.
Hfj.rt d dally f Ki'uaa AaatatiTl ourt T
w. k. , AaauaoikM. HiiiM'l
Joaie llopiie A Uriah to laalalla
Oorallne, aw J ol lie J arc 30, Ip 17 a, r
4 w, 41 acre; U'.UUO.
A J JuhuiHiu to U. M Iay. the 1
Hir( In lie aec32 Ip 20 , r 4 W, 1 00
John A Kdmunaon and wife to
F.uphama F.duiuiiaon, tract of land in
Ip 17, 1H, at i w, alao e , of lie XI,
w I of uwl 4. u w 1 of aw I 34. lie I
of ac 33. tp 17, r w; StW.tW acre.
f.ugcue l t ole to Hhadrack Iuer,
tract of laud In d I e M nntf 01174, arc 1,
tp 17 r 4 w, 32m acre f 1.1H).
Oeorge M Caraon aud w ife lo laaac
Canuui, a part ot the Johu I) lloni
Ixickle d 1 c 57, iiotf 1N14, In aece lu and
lj 15, r 4 w, 1V1.50 acrea; 4,WJ
J F llolbnMik and w ife to Frank O
Hale, e 4 o(ae aud J or lie J M, ti
Is a r I, e except ii acrea;
John A Kdiiiunaoii and wife to H It
( oprlaiiil, a tract of laud in Joaeph
Havid 1c, tp 17 r 3 w, 13.17 acre;
L 1) Forreat aud wife to lour Lyon,
w and w 1 of nw ce 30, Ip IS a, r I
eaat, 1!4I acre; f 1.00.
J I' Iticharilaon aud wife lo Medora
A ( allow av, a tract of laud In nolf.
Viso, M 3, tp 18, r A w, lot) acre;
Henry II. (illfri'V and wife lo L I)
Scarborough, lota 7 and 8, aec 3.1, tp 11
, r 3 w, lot i, aec 2, Ip a) , r 3 w,
KS.K3 acre; W0.
WiuHmllhaiid wife to Hhadrack
Dorr, a tract of laud in d I c 63 not l
ti71. aec 1, tp 17 4 w, 38.55 aciea; 27..
J Si Horn lo F. 1) Iowell, w of ue
I, lie of lie of nw J ol aec 34 tp
20, r 3. MO acrea; $1UU
Norman A H Howe and wife to
Charle H Howe, a tract of laud in Iiotf
B.W2, pnrt of , 21, 22, tp llr3 w,
327 acre; 1.(U.
W F Mead to O W Hawkina, .'! or
ne and lot 2, aec 13,ip20, a r 3 w;
11 C Huuiphrry and wife to I) M
Kern, a tract of land lu uo 32, tp 1H,
r 1, w, 8 acre; flOO.
Jame Hoffinan et al to Henry II
(lllfrey, lota 7, 8, 11. 10, II, 12, blk V,
llemlilcka' ad lo l ollrge Kill I'ark
It M Ihiy to Fiance Iteaui, lot 2
block 17, I'ackanla ailil; fiu.lio
A J Johuaon, aherill', to 11 M Day,
tract of lund 57 feel by 1'K) feet, oil
Willamette Mrect, m-c 31 Ip 17 3 w;
A J Johnaon, aherltr, to It M Dav,
lot 2 aud 3, block I, Hheltou'2lld add;
( Iiy Ihuroagkfarr.
The following from the Aatoria 1 1 r
rld, ehoa the at recta ot that town to
t in a deplorable condition:
"imrlng the t two year.,
ha not la-en a irvct Improvement In
the city of Aatoria. Mini) of the
atrerUaie rotten and falling iIomii.
There are only certain atrcct Unit
loaded wagoiia dare go Uou, and even
aoiu of them are dangcroiia. In talk
ing to one of the couiifilincn, he atattd
( HO All AMI HUII't.K tYOKK.
'fiomr ef Ihr Work 1'onr lijf IhrCouut
' I ourl I'uriug the 't V.ii.
there i It I llitereatlug to know lhat during
the t Vear or an the count V coliimia
aloiii-r. iMiirl hn lat ii graduating the
nad work, and putting Itmiaata.j
tematlO haala. The I til T, -lllrli t of,
our country ronda la at preaeut one of
the leading iiieallolia that la prvaent- j
log Ita. If n the eoile of the treat
that, owing to the condition of the Vtcat. I. m little attention lm In n-i
preaeut city charter, the city liad no tofore U-eii paid lo the coiiatrticliou of
auinoriiy i improve any ol me gii aonn iiik'iiway. nie a-oi in
treet." j the rural dlatricta are couia'liel to
Thi tatrment leave plenty of nam bring their produce to market in the
for comparlaon of the atrerta of thai aunimer or early fall or elae It remain,
city with the atrreta f lliiijriir; and on their baud., aud bringing It lu al
llkewlae the power of the ell v couticila audi llmea throwa Ihemoii the mercy
of the town. Therw la uot a town In of the buyer. It la falrn economy. In
th alate that haa more nillea of grailitl rry aeiiaw of the word, to hold bark
atrccta, lu comparlaon to lit r alav, than I money from road Impmvrmenl. Iloml.
Fugcie. They are graded with a good ; lnilbli lo haul a loaded wngnu
cur ve, well graveled, and aland well: over alx or nine month. In the year
the hard iiaage they gel lu the travel will throw a country with the heal of
done over I hem. Our council baa the natural advanlngi'. or .' year l
power to order (treet graded when lu j bind what It ahould he. Thlaiii-ation
their judgment it la considered liecea- ' baa ao Imla-ddeil tlacif In Ihemlud. of
aary. To the credit of the eulcrpriaeof, the (anple thai nothing ahort of I he
our citizen, however, it may le anid aaaiirauco of g roadway, will aal
I lint with few exception, all the iafy them. And II I aa It ahould la',
atrvvta have been Kraded iiimiii a iwt i - Among the giwal atrclehc of road
tiou lo the couuciiof a majority of the ' cumpleUil the paat aeaa,m huld be
pmiiertv owner on audi alreela. Thla 1 mentioned the county road leading
allow that, practically. It I not lo the, Into Fugene from the wrl. For year
power veateu In our council that we ; mi mail na nceii annul imiaaiiiin
in uir w imer, ami inn niea 01 iiaiiimg
n r.-HAV, Mvi:Mr.i:i:
Thauki lug appn-ai In-th.
A few drop, of ruin Ml ll,i
W. II AItiiii. cloth,
rohU-d 1 1 . oil,, r 1 1 1 I . t .
nave ijimhI atrreta, but rather thai our
cittieii. are iiul -k to aee llieadvautagi-
to be di rive by It thai they petition
for iieh Improvement to be tunl".
Clean, well-graded alnt t aeak louder
man woma io nie traveler ami mm
aeeker of the energy and aplrlt of the
iniiaiuiauta or a low n ami the untiring
labor of her "city dad."
An I ungual Orrarrrnrf,
Halurday'a linker Cltv IVmocrat:
Ao iHvurreiiiv lhat ill.turtied the
uaualtpilet of Judge Clillord'i court
liapH'iie,l jcalerday. Shortly after
the oiieuing of the morning at-aaioti
and t tie grand jury w u at their laUira,
the promrullng wit inn. Inthecaae of
atale V. (hirge (llolateln, under Ix'inU
on the charKe of aeductluii, a Mr.
Klrgia, a woman .18 year, of age aud a
widow, aieared lo give In Tier evi
dence. '1 lie excitement and nervotu
at rain coiicucut Umhi her delicate
condition brought on a premature
coiitluement. Tho woman who wa
attended by a female friend, wn
tl.hcreil aa miii a pianililc Into all
adjoiiilug room and llr. Kdim Baxter,
w Iiimki olllce I jiial aenna the atreet,
auiiinionetl. After a luiau of a few
minute Mr. Ivlrgl gave birth to
twin, hoy, both HtlllUirn. Hherlll
Kllbourn ha admluUtered in every
way poaaihl to the comfort ot (he
mother and at laat anuuta alio wa
doing aa well a could be cxvted.
J B Iw iato Florence A New man.
wrat SO feet lot 4, blk 4, McFarlaud'
John W llarme and wife to Florence
A Newman, eaat 20 feet lot 4, blk 4,
Mi-Fat land' ad; t200.
( omnila.lonrrt' Court
A C Jeiiuluga, for tatui
Ml u lyue, for recording
deed, etc , 60 00
Ordered by the court that all ner-
ton be and are hereby forbidden to
take or remove any gravel from the
county ground near the Kiigene
bridge, on I he eaat aide or the lllam-
etle river, without order from the
It HchmuU, mad tiiMirvlanrof road
dlatrict No , i and I hereby author-
lied and conuiiandel to oiien th Clo
verdaleand C'lawt Folk road and re
move all olt ruction neceeaary for Im
provement of the (am.
D.I If Uuard, Noi.mWr U.
Dihmiwkii. The caae of Jacob
Oraher charging I'eter He h rag with
aaaault with a deadly weajaio at
Junction wa diaiulaaed by deputy
proaecuting attorney illauia l-riday.
A charge of aaaault with a deadly
weapon wa then lodged again. t
Sch rag. (iraber, th proaecuting wit
he, fur aome reaaon failed to apiiear,
aud Ihl caae waa alao dlamlaaed, the
defendant paying crta. Tbu end
the little uupleaaantnea between the
r a uu,L-f, At ft. rH,iil-nre of J. F.
Inman.Hui.dav.Nov. l-, K't.by Itev. H Innocent rt mark
M. Horn. Mr. A. i. aiainew ami
Mia. I.. M. Jean. Mr. Mathew. l. ..il..ueid,
ti,. voiiumvt aon of A. Mathew. of! Iltb. At the
thla city, and the bride 1 the daugh
ter of a prominent farmer living near
Junction. The young couple will re
side lu F.uneue. The (H'AHU olli
Iheir maiiv friend In wiahing them a
long and pleaaant Journey through life.
ballf Ooard, Nomabar If.
A ItfatoR. A rumor ia In general
circulation on lb atreet thai 1'eler
Itunee. the proprietor of th Foley
Spring, died at hi home laat Satur
day evening. However, we doubt the
rejiort, a we ran learn or no one being
in town from that neiirhlior jood.
Since writing the above we learn for
an abaolute certainty that th above
rumor i untrue. The report waa
tarted by a gentleman making an
Mullre to Appear.
Many of our citizen, are receiving
notice in the following wonla:
F.rtiKNK, Or., Nov. 17, Ihi4
Dear Sir: Vou are hereby notified
lo apta-ar la-fore tho County Court, al
the ( ourt Houae in F.ugcnu, on Nov,
22, 18U4, lo how cau w hy your aa-
aeaameut on money, note, account,
etc., ahould not bo ralacd.
By order of the county court.
A. C. Jknm.mih,
Jieao boater, of Corvallia, exiwcta
thla week to dehorn 125 head of hla
cattle. He fueila them from a rack
and he flnila that a doten ilehorniH
cattle will feeil M.-aivalily In a apai-e
that would Iw monoiulixrl byaaingle
horned animal with pmllkvtloii for
fighting. HI cattle show no falling
oil lu lleali from the dehorning procraa.
TlIK AmtoHIA ItoAll A (in. Thla
i what the Sun aay over the follow.
ing Item, which we give, aa It I fully
two day aiuce we have given an Aa
toria K. It. Hem: The iimrtette of
ew l ork ami t hlcago catiilallat. con-
latlng of J. ('. Stanton, J. T. C Hill IV-
bell, J. I. Shafer and II. I. Kimball,
who are the promoter of the iroiawl
railroad from Aatoria to i'ortlaud, re
turned from Aatoria laat evening, after
a two week' tay there. They have
been there conferring with theaiilwldy
commltU-e of 21, appointed by the
citizen of Aatoria In regard to the
aulmlillea ofTered by the Aatoria cnpl-
laliit. They will return toiiluhl to
complete final arrangemiint, and If
everything I aatlafactorlly arraugi-d,
the contract will I cliaa.il aud ai-tlve
prcratiou will ImvIu by the Aral of
the year for the building of the rtw,
nicli win be imamxl until completed.
It I eatimateil that the owl of building
Ihl road will be nearly t2,0H0,HJ. The
roail When completed win nia-n un
large tract of agricultural aud mineral
la n il.
r.ug-ne, runuay evening, .-ov. n,
capillary bmuohltla, the infant
daughter of Mr. and Mr. D. W. Cool
idge, aged t month. Th funeral will
take place toiiiorruw afternoon at 1 -TO
p. m. to the Maaonlc cemetery.
LINN & RAYS,
UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS.
Calls arutccrcd (li! ornii)U.
gene, Willamette street.
Opposite Hotel Eu-
ballfOuard, NoTaaitaw l.
Ill'lUii.ARj Aroi'mu. Home peraon
entered K. J. Fraaler' rraldence lu th
Day Mock, thnu(li an uufaateurd
Indow at an early hour laat evening.
while Mr. Fraaier and hi wf were
out When they returned they found
a large ahlp rarpenler' cbiarl lying on
the floor. Nothing wa mlxaed from
the houae. Mar.lial Faatlaud, upon
iuiuilV, found the chiael had been
mlaoeO from J. W. Hullla' aecond
hand atore aljout ten day ainee. Ill
agiMMlldeato keep ail window and
diar eecurely faauiil theae day and
nipecially of night.
BuARbor ItKiiCMn.-Tlie Ibaird of
ICrgeula of the l iilvrraity of Oregon
1ranaa-tel very little buaiueaa at their
nut ting in I'ortlaud. Afu-r the elect
ion of Hon. F.. it. MeKIroy lo the
chair of Kngliah literature, the oon-
aervalory of mu.n muiile waa taken
up and referred to the rxecutle com
mute for dual at'ttlrmrnt. The reso
lution hy the faculty coucrrulng the
xalniniiig of .tii'lciiu lor admiMiiou to
tu University were alao referred to
th executive oommittee.
STILL at I r. W clip (he following
item from the I .a (irande Chrouliie
concerning a raon well known her:
"L'ncie Mark Steven, the talented
narrator of pioneer hunting and Indian
evrr.U, In whlrh be took an active
part, 1 now viaiting In fertile Cove."
Iali Oaaid. Surrmlml It.
AMmtu.-Corutabl Liu bin thla
morniug arreatrd one Applewhite, al
hla farm nrven mile aoulli wwl of here,
on a charge of aaaault and battery
ma-W In Jualb-e Wheeler' court, by
Kobt-rt SchmldL The trial will proba
bly take place tbla evttitng.
a heavy loaihil w agon over It waa prw
M.tenua. Now It I. gradetl i-ipial lo a
good city atreet, well graveled aud haa
good drainage along the aid,-. Thia
make the road a good aolld high
way In the winter aud a road like
n pavement In aunimer.
Another atn-tch of r ad on wlilch
giNtd work baa la-en don la Ihe county
road niiinliig aouih from F.ugvne iil
lr. Driver', farm. It, too, la well
graded, and graveled deeply In Ihe
o uter. During Ihl. good weather the
traw l on the road Int. I.en done on
the aide of the Mad, olt Ihe gravel.
When winter m-I in the leamaler will
con tine hlmaelf to the center, and Ihe
road will liccomc well packed.
Several other alretchea of road have
Ihua lai-n ayalemallcally iHiuatnicled
iuatea.lof la'-ing Improved (?l tlieold
w ay. The old way waa lo till up an
iNS-a.ioiinl chuck-hole with a load of
gravel, and frequently leave the center
of Ihe rond higher than the outaide;
lima making aome romla acoullnuoiia
.lough. I Aery atnlch of road In thla
way had b l plaab-reil ui everv year.
During the mouth, of July, Augii.t
and Septemlar the coiiimlaalouera
court hwued warrant. In the amount of
'72.02 (or the improvement of ronda.
Aud during tho anion .Tlod t'-".il
waa llkewlae aiwnl for the buildltitf
and repairing of bridge in (he county,
I wo giHMi, largi brlilgea have been
built one aero I jiinnter ilough aud
ml Ihe other acrtaai llrh-e alough, In
addition to the other bridge work.
They are latli Howe truaa bridge.
hutllacoriliug to.i-lllcallona aeleclel
by the county cHirt, and made, with a
view to their laallng oualltie. Both
bridge were built under contract.
The contract price of Ihe Ijim-aater
alough bridge I f"; aud of Ihe Brice
alough bridge la f I'll),
If there la any auhject lhat need
giaal, practical legialatloli more than
another It la thla aaiue auhject. The
leglalHture to meet In January, IM,
have it In their power lo endear them
aelvea in Ihe heart of the x-oplo by
the pawwgit or practical road lawa,
And not leaal among themi law ahould
! one regulating the width of wagon
tire. The lapat of road call he Injured
by heavy freighting over them with
narrow tired wagoiia.
Judge Flak Inform u that the Mad
aiiix-rviaor generally are taking more
palm with their work and studying
their ilia le iroin a more prnciical ixitnt
of view. They rellxe that a miall
plix-e of work well done each year la
of more bem-m than acareleaa patching
up of all the road In their dlatricta.
It will, we predict, be but a few year
until luecoumy road will couiare
favorably with the rtavl of many ol
Ihe older act I led commouwealtha, If
the present gixxl Judgment of the
county court lu Ihl matter I carried
That Hkiah Faitorv. A new
comiiaiiy was lucorKirated III I'ortlaud
on the I4lh of July of Ihl year, under
the title of the Oregon Sugar Com-
Mny. Tho aatoclatca of thla company
who ilgued lu the artlcli-eof lriorM.
ration are: K H Ijiraen, Kdwurd
Hugh., John Kloaieriuau, K (1 Koru.
and thane l' ihore. the capital
liH-k of (he corporation I established
at K0,"0i), divideil Into 600 hares of
tlOOeach. Arraiigementa ale unwind
ing made, aay the Hun, with th
farmers aud oilier to cultivate the
beet plant, and aa aoun a these are
completed active ovratlon will com
mence, lieei growing can only tie
carried on with satisfactory result In
certain localities ami under skillful
cultivation, aud therefore, If success
ful, will Iwcomo one ol the nnad Im
portant liiduilrlea In th date of Ore
Thi proi.abiy mean mai the cliu-
bidding for the factory won't get It;
but I'ortlaud will.
pallTUasrd, Surmmtmi 3D.
Skrioi h At ipkmt. Ijut evening
at the home of J. J. Mutlia. ah.MJt lu
mile weat of here on Sia-mvr creek,
mite a serious accident happehiMl to
little Kuim Muth. She went with
her uncle, J. J. Muth, to haul some
water on a sled. Accldetitly alio waa
thrown olf, and a nail protruding from
the lwl caught on her left limb below
the knee, tearing the lleali clear
through, making an ugly gaali about
four Inches long. Dr. McKiuney, as
ai.ted by Dr. (alley, dressel the
wound this morulug, and the little
sufferer I getting along uloely.
A Triiii tk. Ijtat Saturday eveirng
a pleaaing Incident hapia-neU at lb
rendition of Jiavuin Miller's plsy,
"The Danltce," by the SlutU com
l-any. Little I'na I.uckev went on
Ihe atage and prevented to Mr. Frank
llradrlek, a floral nuggi-t, comMiael of
yellow chryaaothemuma. The Pleoe
wa made by Mrs. (teorgn Mlllli-an,
aud was presented on behalf of Mr.
Miller's many friend here. Mr.
Bradrlek acknowledged the gift In a
very appreciative Utile speech.
A letter rexved from Ann Arbor
states lhat the F.ugrne continuant
there I geting along liloely. With
the rsorption of occasional longings
fur old ebfiat have nothing to they
ln know II ll the M
Jti.tiiv Whi-cler I. doing
able civil biilm- I lux- dn
' We iiii.Ii r-.liin, a marriiik-e will i'
cur in I -lugeiie tomorrow einiiii;.
The river is now only nlx-iil two in
chc. alaic ektri ine low wul. r mink.
F. I.. Chamla ra lm. a neat iidvciliw
meiit lu t he lmH of a gla. ii ami
holder, w Inch he ha. l.-en li(rihuling
Iliirglm. enten-l the lioti of Mr.
Miller, In the unit hen.teru xrtiou of
the city, the other evening, but did
uot ateal an) thing.
Kiddle Fuli-rprl-: I'erry Shcrw.Ml
Ihe druggi.l, relumed home from Cot
tage Drove Sunday, w here he ha. la-en
attending to bii.liu-aa Inlcrvata. I erry
ataletl Hint Cot luge I rove I. Improv
ing right along, mid that there are
aevernl Hue building, under eoiit ruc
tion, aud aUi Hint ihi-v nru putting In
waterworks coatlliir KM.). Wimt la
the matter with Cauyonvlllu having
The following was taken from the
Salem Journal of e.erdiiv: Steamer
F.ugeue arrived III ."-alrlu liixt night at
a.ti from I'oitlnnd, and after diM-harg-
lug her fn-lghl she proct- -li d on lo-r
way to Ibive'a liiioling. After laying
there over night .lie procevded oil to
Albany Ihia morning. She returns to
Salem lute thla evening. Owing tot In-
low atage ol tho w aler and Ihe long
continued fair went her, II will proba
bly la- aome lime U-fore the F.ugcue or
any other boat call reach here.
Klitor Wllllnmaoii of Ihe I'rlnevlllo
Ib-vlcw, lm Ihl. lu bia likM lanuc:
Hiirmony Miiad Houe, wa. the in
scription that apla-arcd luiiucdlutcly
over Ihe diair of Ihe aclnxil Iioiim on
luig Tom, where wo rcivlvi-il our
rudimentary education. And of rc
ivnt years we have often thought, how
appropriate it would have l.-eii If Ihe
Painter had alipai all e lu place of the
llrl o, for the atnieliire atiaxl III the
edge of a hael Ihlekel, and at limes it
was real warm, imwt uin-ouilortaiily
Tw u Hew luiMilia ill Nuvriula-r.
Now- la thelimc lo commence acck
lug after Ihe hollilny Irndc.
Jell' lloltoma la loading a cur of Imp
for shipment tlila afternoon.
The funeral of D. W. CiMilldge't In
fant child occurred Ihl ufterinxiii.
Czar Alexander 1 1 1 was burled yea
terdny hear St. lYh-rahurg, Ittlnaia.
The train was ll'i minute Into Ihl
afleriKx.n. They hud live freight car
A imirnuge license waa laaiicd thia
fon-uiaiii hy the couuly clerk lo J. 1.
Holland and Y lldi-rt ampla.il.
W. Siiudera I. building three new
resldeiiii-s on hi proix-rtv on Olive
tn-,-1. In-Iwi.-ii Tenth and Kicveiith.
The I'ortlnml Having Hunk cbmil
Ita do ira ngalu yeaterdiiy. O. N. Den
ny ha. In.-ii apM,liiled ntviver. As
sets, l,(lon,UH!; lubililietl,lH),lal.
Watt I. now olt'erlng alx elegant
prlr.i-a lo hla cuatomers, same lo U- dis
trlliuted Jan. 6. 1'rle are on exhi
bition at III Jewelry aud mu.lo store.
At a meeting of tho llix.kA I .adder
couiuy htal evening, It I'.. Brialow
was plaa-eil ill liomlnalioii for eh let en
glut, r of the ilepartmcnt. The iioml
lialioli for aiwlalatit Was left open.
I Mi week at Klla-rtoti, Wn.li.,
young Bean, IU years old, eloix-,1 with
Mlaallreen, a I (-year-old girl. They
left schiad at recea In the aftermath,
(raveling In a buggy borrowed of one
man. diaw u by a (cam borrowed from
"Did you see It?" "No; what wa
It?" "ft a (tunnel! (Jnnbul thing I
ever saw." " I here it comes now;
I'xikstll!!" Turning mir eyes In the
llre'llon iudlcateil we saw I'ollct-iiiau
Mathews coming down the street
with a "con's" helmet on, followed by
a crowd of admiring uiull boy. e
are rapidly assuming iuclroHiiikii
Miss F.tta I'reaton went to Cottage
drove this afternoon.
('. H. Suillli. of I'riiieVillc, lm old
hi saliaiti (o Jim llluklo.
Hon II. It Klncald Is visiting In
I'ortlaud aud Salem thla week.
Mr. Hubbard the lion buyer, tiaased
through on this morning', l-xjal.
Mr. Parsons returned from a visit
dewu the valley Ihia afternoon.
J. (i. Stiittx left for It-H.hu rg this
aflerniaiii where he will Join bia com
J. TI. McClung was a paaaanger to
Cn-swell on (Ills aflernoou's laal
Mis Alice Vcatch, of Salem, Is vl.lt-
Ing al the n-sldeiice of J. M. Howe, In
ilev. Hlraveiis went to Monroe this
morning, lie goa there lo meet Arch
Miss Nora May returned home to
Harrlahurg this morning, after a visit
with Miss Ieua (iobl.mith.
Mr. Otteiihelmvr, representing Lil-
lleuthal A Co., left on thi morning'
kN-al for point duw n the valley.
J. I'. Che.h I re, of S-Mlavllle, In
F.ugeue. 1 le Inform u. that his new
hotel at lhat place I now completed.
O. I). Shlvey, of I-aburg, waa In
town today. He rcirt very little
travel over the Mckvuie road at pres
Mr. Con ley and wlfeof Portland, who
have been visiting hi brother on the
Mcivuhdc, near Ihuratoii, returned
home thlamomlug. Mr. I 'on ley I
well pleased with Ihl part of the val
ley aud I thinking ul locating here.
Mrs. (leo, Mlllican I at present act
ing a copyist for the Lugeue Abstract
Co., In the county clerk's ohMce. lb-r
i In laiiutliig aud drawing will
meet Thursday afterUiMXi and Satur
day at the ctudio, residence of J. (.
Kelley, corner of Fifth and Jetterson
AaUirla Budget. "Mr. It F. Israel,
formerly of tin city, but now a resi
dent of Portland, will be married to
Miss Annie Bergman, of Salem, on
next Wednesday at 1130 a. til. Messrs
It O. aud O. B. Prael, brother of the
groom, leave this evsnlug to attend
the ceremony. " Mr. Prael U wall
known in Lugeiie.
, r will. WMTMij
rd omlor. M,
-j I ttor U the
JLJLttU anl KUlacj
"Ai oil M
t l. "Tricl
ni l j-ruvon"
i. tho vcrlict
o f inilliund.
htor i-t tho
can pin your
faitU for a
o a r o. A
on tlm Liver
a n l Ki'l-
nevt. Try it
SoU by nil
Pni'ixii in Liijui.l.or in Tow lcr
t i Ui t.ikcti lry orni.i-!ciiit) i t.-a.
The Kin; r Ur Mrdlrlnea.
' t ti, ii l .1-irMoiott.ni. I.lv,-r It,
liii-.r Hii-I , . -.ii. ti. i.Mt-i, . it i. Him
k otti nl ,ll M m r iii.-.li'-iiti--. I i-,in-l,. r It s
li.i-.li.-lhr ,-li,-l III II-. II - lij, V. JaiS
SoM, l.r-.llt., WimIiIii.Ii-ii.
iritruv i-t K iiK-a
11. Ilia Z at.uip In rr.l n wri,poe
Aa acting trenaiircr of the lecture
fund kindly provided by Ihe Hopleof
l-.ngeue n.r the enurae of lis t u re ilur-
lug the pa.t winter, I wixh to make
the follow ing n-Hirt:
AluoUlil recelVeil by UbiH-ril-llon
Aiiioiilit received by lectures.... 20 00
Amount paid nrxpciii-e for l.'t
lectures f 11 40
Amount paid for printing and
sundries 2!l 2j
, f 125 (i5
Amount of lecture fund now re
maining In bank t li 75
Li ki.i.a ('. Cakmin,
( ard of Ttiauk.
We desire lo extend our sinccrvst
tliHiika to our friends and nclirhlxir,
and to tho niemlx-r of the Fugelie
Fire Ib-iiartuieiit, for the mnuy kind
act during the tllnc and death of our
beloved still aud brother.
J. T. Wiitku A!i Family.
Fl.i:Ti:i Hiikrikf. It alwav dia-a
is gixxl to record the victories of former
Ijine i-ountylles. At the election on
November ti, Jnmcs Scott, formerly of
Mokaw k valley, was eli-cted alierilfof
Apache county, Arizona. He will
make an exct-llent ollh-er. Tho Ol'AKIi
tenders Mr. Scott Us hearty congrat
ulations, eaix-clally when It I consid
ered that he wa elected aa a democrat
tlil republican year.
Pally (iu.nl, NorruiUr U.
IIiihnk Pi K( iiahik. A. J. I'lckanl
this foreiiiMin purchased the young
stallion "Oregon Hull" from the Mo-
Kenxle atiH-k farm for t-'iuo. Mr. I'lck
anl certainly got a bargain. IjwI um-
iner, the horse, iwiug a 2-ycar-olu,
paced a mile In 2:30.
Pallj Uuard, Noranilwr JO
"Whihkkhk" Dkvkatkk. Today's-
Albany Herald Hays: "Contrary to
exeintlou In the f1Nit raco yeatenlay
lielween Irlne ami t itmenin. Uie latter
won hy three feet. Trlue'a friend say
they will back blm again for any
amount to run against Cameron."
Horn Pih iiAnto. 8. II. Friendly
during the paat week has purchased
between 700 and 800 hales of hops. '1 he
price bald was from 4o to 7c. He le
shipping almost daily now, principally
lo llilcagu and rew lore.
ballf Uaard. .NuTamb.! at.
P(TI-oNKt. The rase of assault and
battery preferred against one, Apple
while, by iioiicri sciimidi in ju.tice
Wheeler court yesterday ha bceu
poatx)iied until Saturday; neither
jiarty waa ready for trial.
PsllT Unard. Novanibsr JO.
Marhiku. At the residence of Iter.
Jacob (illleaple, alauit noon today, Mr.
J. I. Holland and Miss Wilder Camp
bell, all of I-aue county, Oregon. The
young couple will make Ihl city their
future residence, The Uuard extendi
the u.ual congratulation.
Dasck Aiwl'hkik At a meeting
he'-l Monday evening, Company C, O
N (I. and (he F.ugeue Cornet Baud de
cided (o irlve a dance on Thanksgiving
evening, the proceed lo m divided be
tween ine iwo organization, a large)
crow d will probably attend aa (hi w ill
be (he first dance thla season.
Ouirv Tick rrn. The following
marriage llceu-w-a have been Issued by
County Clerk Jennings: Emery Her
mit and Florence A Baber; Darwlu K.
Yornn and Mia Stevens; A. L.uaik
Sarah M. Wiscarson.
Hithet Honor World' Fair.
i efvf I rr-v m" v
MOST TERFECT MADE.
A pur Ctap Oeim of Tft PowJo. Fret
torn Ammorua, Alum or any other aidtcf ant,
J0 YEARS THS STANDARD