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XSTiBLIMlED MR TDK DHHfllV.TIO OP DElorUTIC rSIHCiriEl. TO 111! 11 IOIUTUTHJ IT THIIWI.T OF Oil BtOU
KUGKNK, OIL, SATURDAY. FEUKUAUY 2. lhV
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The Eugene City Guard.
PL'IILISHKO KVKUY HATlMtDAY
I. L CAMTliKM,,
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.-.nlri W'Blh. .
4P ;, .ir rj.n iiwn' i
i Wrfi.in WIN B l-red i'irtr.y.
j li j ,i. rk mutt b rn roao i.tuviar.
j S. LUCKEY
DKALKIt IN fJLj
Cli'.ks .Vaf.riss, Glials. Jewolry, Etc.
HKI'HIIINU PKOM1TLY DOXK.
i9-l tl Worn Wsrraete.
4 r i ik l m m n m m n i Air
TUF.SDAY, JANL'AKY IN.
MHO W AH II FX I
Eugru Man llobhptt of fiio in Nmth
Jvery Pair Guaranteed.
San Francikcu Cu.
Kslljr (iMt.l, ;.nurt it.
A. (J. Churn, of Salem, I nipiln In
JUllgO Mllllcy HM lit luMt lllgllt In
Dr. K. I). Mi'lvfiinvv vt.it...i in M..
Oeo. Flahcr will ivlurn homo from
T;if Majority lta I.
Hon. ('lulu. NicUcll, one of the mem-
la-mid tin- Orrgoii Soldier' Holm-cum
, liil.loii. through Ihv columns of his
tpniar. the litnoa. gives the follow tinr
aoeotiut of Ihclaal in Tllng of tho coin-
nif 11 IM ru riulmlealer aaya,
llM IT... it 111 I llU l.ll.t.u ..ll.l k -
Mr. J. II. Ycrlngtnii.of Ht.rl nir llt-I.l. ' 11,,..,. .... -p.. 1 ,i...
..I I... I ...I. I 1 . . . . ' . ....... t a ir in.) n
" irilMlim III l.lllfPllf IctilllV. Wna OMU- ,.( H .nr...
L. W. BROWN, M. D.
I'IivmIcIuu ntirl Surueoti.
01;' '"! rmiilrtio "rr IHatnflic. Hour:
7 1 . i . in.; 12 -. to i. in.
23. ?a. x-e.
GRAXITE A0 MARBLE WORKS.
frt rv:n nt N'W I'rler In Pori-lun iml
li.imr.ilr M.rlilcii'l lirmiiltv, MuniimriiU,
llt-.l.Mira ul CrmoWrj work ut
all kiii'U f.ir 1V.
MA. Woltlv tiUAIt.NTi:i:i) !
lllinrlti sir.'l, ii.'ir I'.lomct!. Eiliiciir, Or
A. C. WOODCOCK,
t -ii'ii- l.n'.f l.liH-i fciulli ol Chrlm.n'.
C. M. COLLIER,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEY 03.
At rt-i.lf'nf ror. 'till ami Lincoln SIh
EUCEHE ABSTRACT COMPANY.
W. I. SCARBOROUGH. Manifier.
oniiv iiMtnini In MWlnrpii'n liuilJ
1 1 1 tr. lorm rsili ami Williiim-tte ulrw lH
(i. Il :l K'l K,
first National h
ftU un lash tapIUI 50,000
Surplus and Profits, 650,000
Eugene - - Oregon.
A t-nmi bwiLliu luiuM. H.mi on rii
-'t-rou. Miht -lrfu n NKW YKK,
HI'-Aiio. KAN KKANf'ISCO and IDltT
HilU "I .irh.ni-K .1, no fnnlirn ooantHM.
I'!iu r. !T. mi!.J:t to chck or certifi-
ll w!-..m ertniKtit lorn will rroel
'"MM tt- av:un.
J. F. FORD,
tH Ix M .ia . I..w, writ, auil.r 1U ot
il.r.-h 21. 1HVI3:
H. II. Mki. Mko. Co.,
kti.:ii.: On nrrivliiir home lnnt
k, I found nil w-ll ttmi anxlounly
nittii. our lii'.lu irlrl, elifut and one
lialf yi-trx o, in unxteil away
-1 rhiiiiU. U iiiw wpll. alronir anil
vip.r.iiH. s-,,1 ti.,,1,1 up. rt. 11.
''i'ii t'urv hat ilmif i;n work well.
HKlioftli. hii.la n tik it. Your rt.
"t ni, cr.. pUr., mill kept
y all liiuntii(-4 from me. Hoiilv
vt-ry ot.f Wll, Kriftinif for all.
11': t .
'"'Kyou proiiiH-rity, wi
'ur. Mb. asu MlW. J.
I. Ill- lr..,r
' . ... : t. iit..-r 4'iAr.n.
i.v- ii (.,t. o all lr irn.'
Mr. It. F. Ailev ami Mina J.-wl.- M.-
Clunjf arv coiniiiiUf ili-rka at Kali iu.
J. A. Ilvnwn. (lie iMinuliir ilruinUl
of Cottajfo Urovr, w an in 1Cupiip to
day. Klrmrt It row n nml C. I), fliirlimun
l ft on thin iiioriiuiK'a Inuii for I'urt-Intnl.
Mr. FaIhiumiIhoii left thin afti-rnoon
to tin niit'li,-
At tlii- liiivmlt-r tpim of tin' iHunl. n
a mailer oi .viiirtHy no l to avoi nnr
i mliarriKfini'iit tlmt in ula niheruiw
I'liKIU', It ' ilrcl l. il to hi!vmi l!n
niimiul cln'iloii of oltliTi iiuliltiov
ri.or l..in!' nuinintt'n kIimiIi In- In
at:tl!nl in ollliv. Nit ItliK'ainliii
tlu, for rru-on lKt known to lln in
m'Ivik, u miijnrity of llictru'livK I'lianu-
'I tin ir miii.N
i ... i .... . ..
ror a klioit trip to lur Inrm tifur i.lmi. un H .. i .iii 11 a- ,.m.. ,.r
I I'li iil xnr.'iiin ni an iitimiitl wilnrvi.f
rrcxlilfiit l'liaimnii luw rtlurmd
from HaUui wlu ru lie (li ljt r'l uKo
ture l:ut pvciiini:.
.Mi-M Illiincli Filoli, wo nre aorry to
Ii'iirn, ia i'iil ill tiii'l in lliri'Liii-iii'il
with tyilioil fL-v. r.
Owl. II. Day. of Cn-aWfll, lirolllflil ill
a wiikiiii I. ui 1 of ilrmwil ln yi to Voting
Jt .Sou thia nfU-ruiMiii.
SllKrlll'PtlllMlt J. (t. SlfVtllxill
went to S:ilcin thia morning to limk
after Mimu H'lionl law.
Iti iri-ciitutlve Moorlieal HH-nt Hun
tiny nl liia Iioiih- in Jinn-lion I'Hy, ro
turning to NhI, in yenlonhiy.
J. I. C'liittlit-r returueil to liU home
at SihIiiviIIp mi tliH uioruiii);'a train
afler a few ly' vi.iit here.
I't-rry Hiit!er lorn pom- to S. iitlurn
t)rei;o'i liHikiiiK for em!oymeut. llu
may pnibly iro to Cuiif.irniii.
CIiik ( ilnxx w lio liat li. . n 1 uii;eroi..
lyillntii I'nrtlitiiil 1 1 1 . 1 1 u I for 'it 10
time, wo lire 1. iii;i l leniu ia Itn
TivinK. IUv. J. I'. Vo;iley letiiriuil on thin
.'iflrriirxiii'a Iniin fiom A!l:ily, win re
lie I-.iim Inkmi boldim; it verv hiiuikIii1
wriea of nvi vul iiki-I I iih.
Miiwen Allee Ilemeiiwar uml Vellu
1 1 a v e, wliu have Imm-ii In a'teiitlam-c
at the iiuvtiim of tlx t'lnMlnti en
li nvorvr. lit I'ortlniiil tvturoetl Imiiie
! I'leaoaiit w.atlier
I tjtiltt) a t.umber ofSpriiiKlUl.t eol F.Utl Mve.
w ere in I lie city liaiay.
I Mr. Nleliol lulrnila atartlii a Umt
ami alioe repair ahop In .iiKi'iio.
JillH'tlon lia. levlwl a fit tas of .'i
mill nml NiriUKllelil one of Ij milla.
The tlayt art three ouartera of an 1 eoiiie to I'ortlaml
hour li'Hifet than on ti e llrt of the tranai'tlng mine
The Albany Dally IVinoerat haa a
nt-w hrail ami almwa other ln of Im
provement. K. I.. Duniont, the merchant tailor,
ha n uioveil two thaira north of hit
former h" at Ion.
Ilia now mtlniatetl that the reve
nue frotu the Income tax will amouiit
to KMkNi.trnti i r year.
'oiiiity i'lerk Jetinlliga laat vvrniiiK
Umieil a luarnaitu liceliae to Vjws
B'tweii unil Auiniula J. Nail.
I'riitier !n., of the lVirtlaml Far
mer uml Md'haulc .lore, failed yea
terl:iy with f.St.nK) linbilitie
JiMp'i Ijiio li ua hail hla atork of
: lit m. oil., fit'., removed to hi build
ItiK n Kixhlh atreel, wtat of Olive.
The iilet (lava are tllktrrwilliK to a
Iin'iiI reiMirler, ami nlmtwt lemiit him
to delve into Hietry to relieve the uio-notoiiy.
It took IIS men at Kiidleotl, Wah
liiKtoli, to eatch one lone eoyrto. AUmt
.Hi iNiycim werent oin time within the
eirele T l!ie tirlve.
No now mill or factory (imposition
have hiiruiiir up wltlilu the pal
A NO I II KK KiKt.Kll.
lit Wat .'rrrileil lief . re He I'aa'rd
Any II ni;tH t berk.
KlHi'Ul lu ll.r Iuilv lie tan.
HAI.r M, Or., Jan. -Siileni 1 the
aeene of exelleiiient nuiiiii. Thi time
aliollier former luid alunwt riicce-ftilly
worki il tin- cilir.''ii fur n verv lurire
union lit. He wn urn-led wlillv Uiird
Inualriiln liy O-vtitld Wext, mv:uir
teller or l.uM I A i;iiir tnnk, uml of-Hci-rAudv
Cmnm. The cireuiiiNtiiuic
nuiiieelt ii titli I he urriTt nre very
tlirllllni; uml h'iow I lie awludler In U
a bio I man. When aenrehed he hud
t:.1i.i)c.-ih, ami III cheek forp-d tm
llic leudiii'4 citiriMm of theeity amniint
iiik to i'M in all. lie in now mfilv In
Juil nml will prob'ibly have a hearing
, : . .
iiiki pveuiiiir. .
Mi Mvra Culef, who lmalKenvi.it-1 I.ITK A)tAI.T lllM. Some men
liiL'her r'ehillve ami friend here for' IP thronli life pretty anioothly, with
iwveral diiv. returned to roilliiml llil i K'hmI luck on their aide, ami l.thcm
forenoon," w hen fhc l liking I In ! "fi"i to run anl iat the nek nt vveiy
muine for Iniined inirwa nt I he IS.h-iI ! heml of the Hlr.nin The Klnuiutli
uii i-labll-l,eil. the wiliulm of the
rouimamhiiit nml ndjutniit Inert ail -the
fi rm, r from ftnn to f ii im r un
mini an I the litter from :o in t-Sn a r
Hi' ni li. I :ie oiiu-.t who were el.t'letl
an : t'ouimiiiiilniit. Wall ic llaldwin;
n.ljiitiiut, r. h. W11M1; nldeut plivil
elan. Dr. It. F. limn. -II: mnlron, Mia
rmiiiic l.ntlirnii. The t'hinee esik
till Imh U lll-tllllcl llpilli. I rii'ev
Mull, n nml Mi ki ll voted uirnimit the
eliniii;e in the prorniiiuie nml lm n ne
1H IMIMir t1
Sai.KM. Or.. Jan. 2!l.-Tho ehl. fex-
cltuluent ut the State llmiaetoihiv wn
the ktntemelit of Kcpn-M-iilative ll.il'tr,
of Marlon ciuin y, wherein that iren
tleman declare. l' that the alntemeiitH
pulili-lnil In the l'nrtlaiid Oreeiiilan,
(irnudiiii; the Ixiltcr from thei-nuciia
aa bustard mid onurchiNt wna "FuIhp
It would now ncciii that the aennto-
rial context will lie a loujf one. The
Doli.h men aiy the aeiiator will lie re
elected or Ori-jron will have but olio
V. S. aeuntor for the next two year.
The antl-lKili. like are ft 111 llrm and
chiim that they will remain will. I dur-
liift thearttaion aifnliit Senator iioipu.
TiikTax Kiii.ia Many let ton arc
bpinu recelveil from the eople deair-
nu of knowing tho amount of their
taxe for till voir, ami when tne aner
III' will U romtv to receive the name.
Under the law pnaacd by the Unlalature
two year airo, the citlea ami acnooi
dial riot a have until February Ut In
which to notify the clerk of their re-
eetlve tax leviea, hence that official
of neceiwity rnut hold back tho work
of extending thetaxc until after that
date. However the clerk la buy ex-
U-ndinjr the taxe of the citlea and (II
trleta that havealreadf reported. He
expecta lo lieahle ti turn the roll over
to the aherltr alout February 10th,
when the work of collecting can ue
commenced. The taxra do not become
delinr(tient until the first Monday in
nt the cloae of the flrat term of tne
nuhllc achaola have Iwen taklnn plane
durinic the paat week. Thoae fliihing
the M liool yenl at thla lltue win mae
part in the reirular araduation exercl-
1 ... . . .... 1 . I - I H
m'm at Hie cio oi hi Riiiwi r"'
June. Luder the preaent emcieni
inaiiauoment the icbaola Have tx-en
ateadlly growlnj Id the confidence of
the patrona and a larirer claaa will be
graduated thia year than ever befoia
in the hlalory of tue aenooia.
TiiY-wmic Aikihvf.d. The Unit-
( .: t.-.h an.i rhwrfnl. and , ,a(( Ui,reme court yeaterday ren-
;.,v,.vr;:,'?;;. v; , ; .1.- deion atiinuinc u. deci-i...
Mft.i" l'iwcr court in in ."
I rnitcd State aitainat William Dun
1 i r. ThU waa a cae apalel from
! J11.U.1 lUdlinser'a court to the Un ted
; State upreme court by Dunbar, w Im
! waaconvtoted of amutrffling opium and
,etitneed to aerve a two veara'
1 tenre In the Multnomah county jail
; and pay a flue of &f).
J. L. PAGE,
Fall Kxprc tell of one of the latter:
O. SS. Scrireuiit, the well known
Klamulli Full merchiint, formerly of
I. inn c Min' v. made an tuwii;umout of
hi Mock of i.'o.d, noli a, Hiroiiiita, elc.
to tico. T. I.ttldwln Innt Tueadny, for
the Uiiellt of hia crcdllora. ' .Mr.
Serccitnl' liahilitiea limoutlt to nhout
:.m. I'lu atia-k Invoice at f.'U.Ki. the
note and credita ntKHit fi', making
tho nominal act(iViiio. Thlanmount
will llkelv be redueiMl to fVHK). Mr.
Serifentil (ia hud more than hia ahnre
of bindiia- iiilitfortunea. Twice he
haa burned out ainco he Im Urn In
buainrat, but Im nlwaya pnid lnu cent
on the dollar. He I one of the Ixnid
men of Kx-Tri'iiurer Howe, now In
tho penitentiary, and tho entering of
the Judgment ai;iilnt him in Ihiacnae
I what forced him to tho wall.
"What's in a Namk." Tha towna
nfluiHt t'ottajje Orovo nml Cottnge
(inivenieiiow hnviiiK an luterettiug
tlKht before the l.l-luture nt Hnlcm.
It aeema that Fnt t'otlaite tirove
people wnul the name of their town
chnnucd to Leinatl, whilo the Inhab
itant of Cottaire tirove object, aa they
anv that would change the name of the
railway atntiou at Hint pla.-e,aml there
by harm the old town, lloth aide to
the culitrover)' have treni( lohbie at
the capital illy. The mnller haa U-on
referred to the I.ane county delegation
for a aolutlon. We are In formed the
telegraph lima were kept retl hot over
the matter yeaterday, which would indi
cate that the tvlcKrnph companion nt
leant were ninkingaomcthitiKoiil of t'.'O
DlTCIIIIlllN'H Nkw Thoi iii.k. To
dny'a On-Kouinn: John Dluiihtirn the
Inw ver, la again In trouble. Yeater
lny"he waa arrtnted on complaint of
John Yajrer, who char(ri him with
larceny of loo by bnilee. Yaifer waa
arrtatod aome week ago. on the charge
ofatenling hi own vallaea from the
rceldetice of a family named I'hrUtnan,
on liih atreet. In tli munlcl) al court
Ditchbiirn delendiHl Yager and got
hlmaelftlnod for coiitefnpl. Vmrer'a
bail waa fixed at tJ, nml he gave
Ditchburn achi-ck for $ Wki. lu pot
ting up the ball Ditclibiirn ia charged
with retaining the balance.
Hill rhnuging iinme of l-'.at Cottage'
at; laid on
I1, Mot'lung Ikccelvlug
1 . .
Portland Weltstnie: tine of I'ugene'a
luoal pntlllluelit butilleaa lueti m,i
"toUcliMl." duwti In Ilia N'nrtli I'luli.
few lllirlit aito ami hi tittle ei.rl.' is- Alley-1 lliiiriKtratlllg Florence
turn ot lit 01 aUioi iui lie liu.l ri nd aeoond time, to third leading.
for the miriMMo of I penaior rieiwer wn pxcuaetl from
bii.iiHMi and i' ben i wrvliv on the (titiimlttio to examine
he hnd mn.lied ihl. concluded lo i.au hiveralty; nml Senator Mc
..1 ...... 1.. ' ( hing u a iMilnted ill hi atead
take the train f.ir hum.. .! i.. t morn. I "I. Moorbtad-Toei.tablili the hum
Imr. Ile.l.i.lel 1.1 rt.rr... n.ir,.m , ff ofjunir lo tl 111 a verdict III civil
enre. ao that no one woul.l learn ..f hi. "Ulla lu circuit colirla. Itoferrcd to the
doing, ao he started out alone. II
took in the Whlteobapvl dl.trlct ami
fot along very n iivly. Flnallr, alatut
I u'cha-k, he found himatdi In lb I
rvar nxmi of a.alooii la-iug entertained !
by at'Veral gaudily decorated old time
er. He purclmwd tevpral drink
for the crowd, and one of the women j
paid particular attention to him.
She waa the lt looking of the gang 1
and liiUted ujoj oarn-.liig him nml !
making thing aa comfortniile for him
a MMv.ihlc. Mua!ly "blowing lu"
alaiut a he thought, a oi"ipl of dol
lar on the girl he concluded that It
wn a bad plan to eml ail hi money
lu one place, and aniioumvil hi liiten
lion of moving un. He hnd gonr hut n
abort dutatuu when he felt in hi I
committtH' on judiciary.
"i, Hillega-To amend aectloii .'iU.1
Hill a cthle, relating to marriage. fie-
fern-tl to ei iiiiiilltiv on public moral.
Maker- lo limit the fee of
notice ntnl ft. lot of court. Kcfiirred
to committee on printing.
The bill of Kcpri'Rcutntive HHIiva
oomvrtiing attorney's ftt-a provides
umt in any mil or action brought tiiMin
a pmmiraorv note, contract or obliga'
lion ireatiii elihrr ly agreement or
atntutory provision, wborein the plaint
ill' I iH riiilttcil to recover from the
defemlant hi attorney fit, no greater
sum ahall l nllowetl .y wourt, not
w Itliatniidiiig any acreetnoiit or tlpu
latino In auch con tract for a linger sum
aa follow : On mini of law or lea.
Not lllNWSO. Tho 1'jo.l Orcgonl
an ha thi to any about the wnaloriiil
(aucu. recently held ut Sil.-m:
When the cauo'u wa n-mMed, the
chairman openly uomi n.n d liie de.
clalon was not b.iidn.. '"it l!:e m . :
ng was only to determine a eonorii
ua of opinion. Thi wa t .ted in the
ofn eion of the f. M-T.il.l v and ad
mitted by the chairman ! ! tin.-."
Of ltr. 4 sr . . dk. ika
l ' " mtws w Jp- J UrWTTM WU B IN
Ku!:,siW.:.v For ca i., FIIRHITIIRF nEfllFRS.
WIIHI WBM - - - J
TTTvTnP.PrnAP.R at EMBALMERS.
'lu. -n kij i,.,bj UktO al Bia WH
Call answered dar o
$cn If iUavulle itrect.
night. Opposi'e Hotel I
hour. n far a we are able lo learn
Thi ia rather atrnuge.
The eogltu-era on IheH. IV It. It. are
now tnlkltiKof striking on account of
iwlng eouiiM'l ed to run 3J mile In
toad of loo mile n formerly.
For the luonth of February there
will la but oneaMH-MKiiient In the A. O.
I'. W., nlthougli there werealx death
in the oith r during January.
Thci'imi claim that the meteor
betetofore mentioned a having pnaa-
ed over Fuo,euc, alo shook thiugs up
l!y an error In Ax llllly'a ad In laat
wct-k'a ine we iiuoled liltn III the II ml
i'e in of hia ad "I ixiund of augnr for 6
cent;" it should have read "sago."
The woman's chalrty edition of the
S.ilcio SlMlontnan, wna Ixmied today.
It I II led with advertising mutter.
veiy Utile rending matter appearing.
l he ( alliniiii Comlo, ))rn coin pany ia
imw heailed thi way. the many
friend of the company, who heard It
w ben here laat, Imiie II will bu Induced
to ntop here again.
Dvorylhlng la lively aniiiud the
frvight oltloe nt the 8. 1. yard today
on account of the arrival of the find
through firlght Iroui San Francisco
for several days. .
A.J. lUrlow, deputy collector of In
terim! revenue, will stain vUlt this sec
tion for the ptirMi of collecting the
Income lax. Ill exponws will proba
bly eXi-eetl the retvlpta.
The second game of football bet wi-eii
the Drain normal soIiimiI and the Ku-
Keiie public school team, which waa
prMid short. y after the llrst game
wa played, we understand will not be
Salem Statemiian: The I.nuecounty
iHiys ure appnn-ntly well pltaaed with
Seoretarv Ivlueaid's aiilxiiutmchls.
Several Nlsrlon ootnity employees still
retuln their pluivs at the slate house.
In coming from the Are this after-
noo'ii the chief engineer ordered the
forvmnu of the Oregon hose team to
bike apparatus oil the sidewalk and he
ruluiHHl. The chief says he will enter
compluliit to the board of fire dele
The talk which waa indulged In
noiue time since of selling the racing
earl of the Knglne company will
aim Hint to nothlnif, aa it la now con
ceded that from the way It waa pur
chuM'd, no one haa any authority to
liHMW ol ll.
Albany Democrat: F.ugeue almoet
secured a Imi factory, but I he project
was given up. The truth ia there waa
probably no intention ef starting a Imix
factory In that city. These are daya
a hen you can t most always tell.
An elegaut selection nf music togeth
r with some excellent farces hare
been recti rod here and will l used by
the band boy lu their minstrel and
mimical enturtaliiment, If they deem
it advisable to put tho same on.
Stxiknne Chronicle, Attorn y James
V.. Kenton leaves this evening for San
FraneiiM'o, where he appears befurd the
1'iiKimI States circuit onurt in behalf of
two Sxikuhe Chinamen tenti-nceil to
! demrted and who have no desire to
leave thi country.
"When the railroad building com
mence," there will lie many things
done at Astoria, large hotels and ele
vators erected, etc., etc. The heauty
of it is the men are now on the way to
Oregou to goto work building the rail
road. Kx. F.ugeos people who have
realty In Astoria will begin lo look
Today' Salem Htatesrnan say: Dr.
Chapman gave Ills flrt lecture on
"Ilamiet" l-fora tha Shake-aren
club nt Unity church last night nml an
sppnclutlvo audience. Hla lecture
sua up to l.i- tl uul atandard of bril
liancy. Ho dtiM-usM-d Ilamiet and the
other characters in a clear and critical
manner. A more extended notice will
appear in a later issue.
Joliii Jame (iraves, who haa been
e.tmiig the Watervllle, Wash., Index.
:-.r the pat two years has ateped
I .w ii uud out. Mr. tirva was at one
1 1 1 1 it- a prominent democratic ollllclan
mid .i l.ool teacher of Ii oe county, and
trou.ra' watch i-x-ket and found three I K,.r '""' ' , Judgment, Including
f.ll gnl.l pi. hat he had platfd In '"'""t hut exclulve of ctstta; exoceil-
there had dl.ui. ared. Of cour-e ' -""'" eactwiiiK s.aai, a iier
he w .a nearly kn.n ked out. for 1 v.",: '-i '"' not ex.wllng
ibi. - i...riv .ii i.i w i. i .iper cent, and on all sums ex
hnd and he leiraii to stu.lr over ! 'T''l"t "" - l- rivnt; provided.
what to do. He met an olilocr lo ' ,,,H "-v "'"net so providing, ex
... I.- . i.- .i. . I tt eda It) is r ivnt tf the amount recuv
Itoth went back to the aal.aui. There vrn' l'"vlded fill her. that In any
were the glrli, but they nil disclaimed
any knowledge ofthe Kugeue man'
money. Theoltlcer knew It waa the
aatne old game nml wnutetl to arreat
the entire crowd, but tho victim pro
tested. It would bring hi name out
and aliiHtat ruin him at home. He
would rather let the oo go than let the
atlatr in-come public. So there was
nothing for the otlber lo tlo but com
ply. A LAWVF.K IS JUL
Mela (liargrd with
III ( llrnt's
Hvlal lolho Ul'si.
Ai.iianv, Or.. Jan. III'. A. F. Htowe,
a well known lawyer of lebanon. Is
langulNhlug in the c.iun'yjull hereon
the chare. .f appropriating one hon
ored ami forty dollar of hi client's
M. Hvnrverud has brought an action
aunlnat F.. J. Frnsler In Justice
W heeler's court for puidiahthg tho fol
lowing article in the Morning Iteifla
ter, of tilth lust. The chum come
under the head of criminal libel:
AS.NOl'Nl'KMKNT TO THK ITIII.IC.
Tho Ijiue County Land A Iiitn
Co. having nt IshI sm-oeedrd In getting
rid of that -rnlelou, foreign nunroh
Istlc element Willi which we have un
ft rtunately lat-n aaM'iated during the
Inal year and which wna so objection i
ble and tliRtnateful to our patnma, that
we are glad to aunounco thut we are
new pro n red to do busiiiPH on a
strictly American plan and will be
glad to see our old patrons nt our place
of huihc lu the Day block, at the
northwest corner of Seventh aud Wil
lamette street, F.ugeue, Oregon.
Lane Co. land A Loan Co.
K. J. Fhahikh,
Ho. and Mgr.
Mr. Frazlur will be given an exam
ination on the charge Thursday morn
ing at U o'clock.
Meiillon waa mnde In yeaterday'
daily of tho arrest of Attorney John
Ditchbiirn, al 1'nrtland, for embexzle
nienl. It apK-ar that a man by tho
nnmei.f Yuger engnged DiU'hhiirn to
defend hi in in a case of Inrcvtiy, and at
the Utters sugiri-xtloti, Yager endorsed
over to him a t.'tnu ccrtlllcale of dctioslt
to liideiiinify hi boDtlsman, Mr. John
Itomltach. Yager now claim that he
promised his lawyer 1100 for hi ser
vices, but that up to dnta Dltchburu
has failed to make restitution of the
After Dltchhiirn was detained at the
Jail for about an hour, Mrs. Ditchbiirn
appeared uud deptsttted f'JUU cash ball
for hla apH-arance la-fore the court at 4
o'clock ventrdnv alteriKMin.
The trial resuhed in the discharge of
Ditchbiirn, the court holding that the
charge of em lN-xzleinelit could not be
austaiiied. Dltchburu claimed the
money waa due him for legal services.
Theoiinrt ssld that If Yager considered
the fee extortionate, or thai he did not
agree la pay auch amount to Ditchbiirn
for hla services, his recourse would be
In a civil suit.
Tamp Creek Personals.
Jan. 27, Isttft.
Mrs. M. K. Dun ten haa gone to Lu
ge tie for a few week ! visit with her
daughter, Mrs. K. Coftln.-Mr. tl. N.
MH islue Is Improving hi ranch by
building fence. Mr. f troud ha corn
meiiced working lu hi hop yard. Mr.
1. A. Wagner haa lieen hauling cedar
timber to the shingle mill. riorry t
reort John Hiler I no better. Mr.
Fred Vulgamore Intend to stay on the
creek thi summer aud work J. Milcr's
hop yard. Mr. Kd llrattiaii hn moved
lo J. Plait place on the en k. J. Clay
Ion A Hons water wheel broke m they
are l.ot ruuiiina' at preaent. Mi Inex
Dun ten I spendiiia' a few weeks at her
liome; hope ha will remain with u.
Mr. II. II. Minor i talklmr of Iwave-
j ,! . " " " " . ... .. a
to- w a the gentleman who Joel Ware mg "; "rr i - j .
Clerk llioiina. I Tinning mi i i.w .inr. w.
uit w hen in a mortgage or other Hen
I to lie foreclosed, a foe of f'Jtl may le
nllowetl, nlthougli it exceeds 10 er cent
or me nmoiini reocvertti.
Mr. Moorhend, of Lane, ha a hill
w hich will meet the wishes of a Isrg
part or the Iriiveling public. It pro
vide that Hot more than ti.M in llrst
clnaa and 'M cents In second clas
sleeping car can ! chnrgetl for a coll
tiuuoiis ride nml nlceplng privilege of
.i hours. raeni;ors on raiiroatis,
who linve coimtdurcd themselvt
rolilsd for several yenrs by sleeping
car conipaiiio, w ill li for the
age of the bill.
.M.Mirhend Faros of sleeping car
comptinles; railway aud tramMirtn
Mct'lunir District attorney' fwa;
revision of lawa.
.Mot lung Amending the code; re
vision of laws.
Carter Menioi lid for nn appropria
tion lor the improvement or the
Willamette river from Corvnllls to
Lugeiie; orduretl printed.
11 11, t IIK?IT.
tie l.irlalmrtl "I am aii.
Mengro particulars wcro received
here lute yetcr.lny nftcrnoou of a fatal
hunting ncctdcnl which hapM-netl in
the lower end of Noll valley, alaiut
eluhtoen miles went of Kilgeiie, laat
Itnps'nrs that Floyd llarroii, an
vlghleeu year old son of W. H. llaritili,
with an older brother, went out hunt
on the afternoon of that day, carrying
with him a Winchester rllle. After
la-lug out a short time, In gutting over
a fallen tree, the gun was accidentally
discharged the hull entering the young
mnu's breast lu the region ol the heart.
He exclaimed, I am ahet," and got
up and walked alaiut ten atepa when
he foil dead. Help wa procured and
the body wns carried to the residence
his grief stricken parent. Mi father,
who wns at Hurrisburg, waa sum
moned home by a siat-lnl messenger.
La no county ha a gun accident
nrurly every wtt-k in the year and a
number of I hem liav resulted fatally.
It la wonderful how careless those
Ut'ome who are aceuatnmed to the
handling of tire mm. The county I
known throughout the state aa lb gun
A hrrlble Death.
lly a litter received from H. N.
Sparks, from York, I. T., wa learn of
the death of his wife, Kva Sparks, on
IheMhinst. Mr. Hparks waa stand
ing willi her back to a small fire In
Hi yard, which she had built to burn
up souio trarli, when her clothing
caught lire, lly tho time her iiushauu
and daughter reached her tha flame
bad burned nearly all the clothing ofT
of her, and she only lived a few hour
afterwards. Her daughter, Delia, who
had run up ar.d tried to put the llamas
out, had her hand burned ao badly
that she haa scarcely been able to ua
Mr. aud Mrs. Hparks lived la Eu
gene for some time and were well
known and liked by all thelracquaint
ancea, who will learn of this moat aad
and terrible accident with sincere tor
low. It was about two year ago that
Mr. aud Mrs. Spark left here, arriv
ing In the Indian Territory lo time to
f;et a rather choice homestead In the
and that waa o-ned to settlement
about that time.
debated for the office of county clerk
the first lime be waa elected.
Arounglady at Astoria, ulei
supjr.r ii g : erpeir, ner wioowen nioi ti
er and llii.-e men i hers of the family
teaehli g 'hiiiene to read Knirll.h, has
loot her occupation lscaus two paid
iiiiwioiiurie have openel iuiioii
rloMi! in that city, aud teach the
Pa'I Ai.rkiiit.-d. N. Frawr's
Unit, "1 he Itaby," pawd the Inspec
tion at Portland very creditably. Kbe
w ill t- allowed to carry svcn and one
lialf ton of freight and fifteen pa-wn-irer,
and will ply from F.uip lie tollar-ri-hiire
piliiflily. rhe w aa at Salem
yesterday afteron and la expected
here thia evening or tomorrow morning.
The Camp Creek upir debating
'! 'v hid it b law stolon the other
w iti ...... i. . ....... ......I l .i I. ...
Vty to get i.w bylaws.
Static t'KNafa. A I probably a
well known fact the comity ameMots
are ixpiired under law Ut make a
state census this year. This will make
much additional work for the reap t
Ive county a4-sr of the state. The
blanks for the work have already tx-en
received by the county clerk from the
secretary of state.
Dailr Guard, January Ti.
At about I :Vi this afternoon the fire
l-;l sounded out a lively alarm that
brought the fire laddie out with their
u-unl alacrity. Put ll was the same
old story. F.ugeue I so fortunate In
(he way of lire that she can't have
even one repectnble lire in 12 long
month, but we ho it will always Iss
lliu. W. M. Moon's residence on boulh
O.ik street wns the lar to where the
hnv (lire, ti d their altetitloli, but when
they arrived at the place Ho fire was
visible. Itwa simply one of those
falsa alarms for which the town I
A IIaKH Oik Albany IWiiorrat:
llev. I. D. Driver offered prayer at the
convening of the bouse at Salem which
is Just as near a he became a 1'. t.
senator by this egilature.
ItAbi.v ISrHNKH. An Albany dia
patch of the ir.it h says: "The 2-year
old ion on . Hawkins this city,
wss playing with a whisk broom
nlxKil the stove this evening, when
the broom cauiiht Ore and ignited the
child' clothing. The boy's face, arms
and breast were rnghfully burned and
It la thought he will die."
A NoT II I H SlKAMI K. Salrni Tut
"The Oray F-igle will xn arrive from
below and plv between Corvalll and
Lojp ne, poMlblr coniiag as far north
alem." This I a new boat and
was built at Newburg this winter
wprAill fur tne Kugene-C'orvallis
rii'Vcr i xccll-
' ; w o i i i ' . . 1 1
S i m m o n
Tr . j htor ii tho
cm jiii your
f.itU fr ft
tive, a n tl
on tlio Liver
iiom. Try it.
Soil hy all
DrugginU in Liquid, or in Tow K-r
tolm taken dry or made into W.
Tb Kla( of IJr MMllrlne.
M I hsr UW.I ITfllirMlltiniix.. I.l.'..r ItMrt.
Inlor nml rm etiiwi nei Ir mv 11 l.ili
Sllitf i.f all llvrr luiHllrintxi. I niii.l.lrr 11 a
iimllrlnorlml In Mn-ll.-tisn. W. Jia
soa, Tseiitua, Vt'uliiiist.iii.
a-:vr.nT rACKAiir s
lias Ihs Z Stamp la rr4 un wraiHBSf
la Karor of Ilolph.
Dally Gusnl, J.nusr; .V.
The followlna iHilitlon Is Ix'imr elr-
culated throughout the county and Is
receiving a numher ofslgnnlures:
lo the legislative deleentes from
Vie, I he underslKtied eitieii nml
voters of I jitie count r. Ix Lovltnr this
to be a government of the coplo, by
the people aud for the t-oplo, whoe
prefereutve are ciirewe. ,y the major
ity of the people, anil rciwiilr.liiir tlmt
you were nominated nml elected hv tho
rule of the majority cxprccd Ixith in
convention aud nt the imiIIm. nnd bo-
lieving In the principle as iXmiiiiiiIoiI
hy the greatest ropuhlhati slatvnmeu
that the majority sliall rule, rcepect-
fully repnteiit In you Hint 11 is .our
wish that the action of the republican
caucus of legislation Im carried Into full
force by the election of J. N. Dolph to
represent this statu lu the U. S. sen
January S, ISuj.
P. H. rtentl v. late of tint firm of
Chessman A llentty, left on the nftcr
noou local for r.urcka, Colorado, where
he haa largo iiitulng interests. Mr.
lloatty while here has mudo a host of
warm friends who wish him an atuiu-
larce of aucces. llu will stop in
Southern Oregon for a fuw days to vis
it the mine and do sotiiu proecllug.
The drama, "Among the llreukcrs,"
by I(mI talent, will Tw given at the
Springfield opera house Feb. I'dh.
(Jus Washburn returned home front
Southern Oregon Saturday evening,
where he haa been for the Inst week uu
a business aud pleasure trip. He re
port business good In that locality.
Pallj Uusrd. Jsuusrj J.
Ht'llAR Faminb Avkiitkh. Yeatcr
day all the stores In town were out of
sugar and It began to Imik a if we
were to have a scarcity of saccharine
for a lime, a the railroad south of
here haa not been very certain for pas
senger service even, much loss freight.
This morning, however, when the
north bound freight arrived, It hnd
two car liavls of sugar for Fugeue, so
all danger haa Iweti averted. The
draymen have been busy this morn
ing delivering the sugar lo our mer
chants and the scare I thus ended
Hl'lT Commejk kp. W. H. W'lialom
ml wife have sued Mnhala J. and
John M Tipton In the circuit court of
Lane county to set aside a deed for 40
acres of land In T Is H It 7 W, fraud
being alleged In procuring the same.
Damage for f MX) is also asked In addition.
Psllf Gosid, Jsnusir
HinOi.n Location. A. V. Hu
kell has leased the west mom of the
Mason lo Temple, formerly occupied by
Joseph Lane, and will move his leed
store inte the same, mis is air. naa
kell's first lonatlon aid he I getting
lck to first principles.
Til Dauck The dance Haturdsy
tilvlit am-lallv waa a ware anlovsble
one, but financially waa not much of a
success. It seem that very lew or me
young men of this city care for the
maze whirl of terphiscnreaii ideusure
anymore. Or I It poaslhle that the
stringency of the money market" tin
eOsct on lu
Eaoki.ITK. Thi little IIkIiI dratia-ht
best will leave the Washington street
dock at Portland Feb. 1 for Lugene.
The boat I all right and w ill do gmid
freighting service on the upper river.
(Jeo. F. Craw, the agent, received a
letter to the above fleet from J as. Hail
dall this sfu-ruixin.
nifbcit Mooorg World Fair
m a my
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'lota Ammonia. Alumoony .
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