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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1895)
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1 HE LEUISUIUKF.
I ke Hill' Disposed "f and Tlio l
to In l.ked AMrr.
iiiy UuaM, rVlruary is
There liava been 371 bill Introduced
In the house o for and their present
condition It a follow:
Ijtldon (hi) table
un second rvadlug
Referred to committor ,
On third reading
The 172 bllli that still remain under
the lender mercies of the committees
are located In the following, hand to
the number given:
AMvwimi-ut anil taxation
Fisheries and game
Hallways and transportation...
lUnktng and Insurauce
Commerce, corMiratioua, agriculture,
coniirnit(lon ofktateutid county oill
cere, Ciateop county delegation, each
printing, lamr, elections, fiiliiime.tr
rlgatloii.food ami dniry products, Yam
bill delegation, Douglu delegation, Hi
ker and Morrow delegation, Uinatlllu
and Union delegation, each ouu.
Among the lniMirtant measure
iiniwed bv the hou might be men
tioned, Vaxlon' bill repealing tlio
Jute lull! appropriation, sent to tlie
senate Feb. id; Hofur' bill fur a - r
cent tax In the groa earning of for
eign Insurance compunle; M onrv' li 1 1
lor abolishing the railriNitl commission;
Myer' bill for tlio employment of con
vict in tin penitentiary.
Wright' bill for a Bin to Irrlgutlun
engineer and commissioner of Irrlga
tinu, through which stops tun betnketi
to reclaim arid land under the Cnry
act of emigre, went to the committee
on Irrigation Kd. Ul, but has not beui
McCraken bill to abolish state board
of equalization went to the committee
on acwmeut Jan. 2Mb and I prob
ably dead. The committee reported In
iUomnibu bill In favor of the old
tate board, consisting of governor,
etc., but that waa knocked out and the
firrnenl ya(eui sulwtllutml, no the
iouixprem.tl Itself on that wore.
Smith of Jiwcphin'e bill for a South
ern Oregon Insane asylum ha lievil
rvxirted uufavoraltly and Is being en
grossed. Tlieeveral claim of counties for
rebate on account of erroneous taxa
tion have been reported favorably iu
ouu bill, which I with the engrossing
The bill for state bunk examiner,
the game warden bill and the bill for
appropriation to the (. X. (. have
not been roported back yet , but are In
the hand of the committee.
McKsdiIc Itrlilg Items.
Fob. U', ist.5.
Mr, Editok: Hoping a few Item
would be acceptable, encloso the follow-
Mr. (Mraudcr, the genial manager
of the Uelkunp Springs, ha erected n
conservatory 19 by 4 feet which is
wanned by the water of the spring .
Ml Stella Ishuni, who has recently
been ipilta ill with neuralgia, has been
restored to foimer health.
We have a competent physician In
our midst, though happy to say, not
it uch uso for him.
A to the weather, why It lias been
simply delightful for the pust three
Mr. Geo. Frhwll, mail contractor on
this route, has been able to gut through
ou time all winter a there has not
been over six Incite of snow at any
time this winter between here and
Mr. Lewi of I Ami Cieek ranch re
pott only fourteen luchi of snow at
(ilen Powers Is at present visiting
friend down the river.
There ha Ihtii a iiuiiiImt of cast's of
"Intoning" reported. " ery singu
lar at this time of year." X. X.
WROXUHLLY AllttKS I KU.
The Marlon Conuty (irand Jury Ex
onerate J. K. Itaker.
IXUly Uuard. r'ebriisry I V
It will be retneniliered by our read
er that J. K. itaker, formerly of this
city, but now In charge of J. C. Uissl
ale's lumberyard at Salem, was ar
rented by a oodburn countable ou Jan
uary II ih, on a charge ol forgery. At
that time we predicted the urnst was
unwarranted, and the grand Jury of
Marion county evidently took a like
view a the following dispatch re
ceived at noon todav will prove:
Sai.km, Or., Feb. 15.
Kimtor Daily Ui'AHic Verdict f
grand Jury on uiy case, "not a true
J. E. llAKkH.
Dslly Uusnl, Ktbruary I'i.
MooRIIKAI) Aoain.-- It prveiits
live Moorhead writes fnui Snlein si
follows: "The senatorial question still
drags along but it Is one week nearvr
station than when I ls--t wrote. That
Is all I can say In regard to it. It I
currently reported that tlie lilting re
publican and populists Md a joint
caucus the other night for the purpose
of consolidating their foro-s. Hut be
It said to the credit of tlie p"pulit
fiarty, the populist refusal to yield au
nch. IWfore I will surrender my po
litical principles to the common enemy
which was fought so bitterly lust June,
I hope ao able lbed committee will
dump rue Into the Willamette river."
Dstlj Gusnl. IVlprusry 1-
Mistake.". The Newberg, Yam
hill count v, tlraphlc of yeMerdsy say:
"The Portland parr wre a little pre
vious In making the statement that
the new steamer Uray Eagle made a
trial trip the first of the week aud
Would goon the route bet-e0 Salelll
and Eugene. Tiie steamer is still tied
up bere and. from ludlcatiuis, will nt
be ready for a trial trip for some day
as the machinery Is not all In place."
l', 1'h.mt by re.iiist-Aitchi:ig
part or J.lncolu ami Lane to II, nton
eoimtv; reud a mcoIhI tluu- and re
ferred to committee on countim.
ii, Coi'.tt. ll-liiil fr k a, bU,
milting to the elvetor at the general
elect ioii in June, Ivsl. the four vlid
Ing prtiposed coliMltliliciiial amend
llieuls lo.trd Uy i,u lrgn.!tttun- of
Iv.'tttiid Kkj; liitrodinvd slid inw.
The overworke.1 legislator m-ih two
bills to the governor yesterdav. One
niiieiiJ tl.e Dallas charter " and the
oilier IcKfllUe Astoria holld.
Tlie liumlM-r of house bills iutrodin'
ed at the close of work yeterday w
370, or JiIkI lx Itinii t'wo Veals ao.
It Is proliable Hint the toial iiumU r
tills s.iou u iach as high as in
Iw.'l, If not liiglier.
Seiiuie bill Xo. :t) (by Mr. Denny i.
curries an annual appropriation olf.wi,.
lam for the current cX'Uc .r the O.
X. I ., and a like sum for the MiLMrt
of tlie slate uiiivemity. The bili.a
yenierday referred to the committee
on aMvtvmeiit and taxuliou.
llutlcr' Monmouth normal bill, in
troduced yi .tcnlay, ak an appropria
tion of Km I for the purchaw of ud
ditional lands and the erection of a
dining hall at Monmouth.
Yesterday afternoon an ellort was
inaile ill the Semite to get the MiMirvs
bill abolishing tlie ruilroad commis
sion, before the seuate, but im.iih IkwI y
inslHteil oil "regular order," and the
bill failed to receive consideration.
This is the bill I lint has passed the
house and w ipes the state board o I
railroad comini.-sionttr entirely oil' the
r.ico of Hie earth. It Is a bill that
Alley For the Improvement of Full
cieek: referred to lliu Lane county sen
ators. Alley llegarding the publication of
notices of election; to third rending.
linker lutroJui-ed a memorial to
congress for the iisssngu of the bill of
Ssnalor Mitchell for the protection of
wiid fowl In Alaska; adopted.
The senate bill for the relief of Iva
Templvton, ns passed by the senate to
day, give her f ',( instead of JJO.ooO
as originnlly aked for.
The lieu land school bill has pasM-d
Isith house and is ready for the gov
ernor's signature. He Is in favor of it.
The horticultural bill ha passed ap
The bill for a constitulti ubI conven
tion has been indellnitely pisit polled.
As the general appropriation bill
now stands the bill came fJ.liMl.uO
as against fi,KS),(oO two year ago.
A resolution wn reorted to the
l fleet that the stale university and
agricultural college ought to be satis
fied with their present endowment,
und should resort to small tuition fees
rather thau ask for any appropria
tiousal this time; amended so as to In
clude the reform school.
AlTKAI.Kli Fuom. Three separate
apiH'al have Isvu made fioiu the con
tinuation of the sale of the Oregon I 'a
elUc. They were served on Tuesday ul
(Vrvulli: (Jregon l'uclllc and Wil
laiuntle Valley A Coast ruilroad com
panies, bv Wallis Xusli, attorney, the
second, Iluiihniii, (.'anig:in, lluyden
t'oinpauy, 8. Ittftioctt, E. V. McSliane,
K F. Clcnry, Tliomus I'avy and Win.
M. Iloag, by Wallis Xash, attorney,
aud the third, licorge S. Coe, II. W.
Jones, Everts, Siiitlimayd, t'hoate
and Itaineu, A. Trippc, I.. i.
Washlnglon, A. T. Xalioti and W. L.
Law, holders of receiver' certillcatcs,
by Wutsou Elkin. atlornevs. The
notice are addressed to "The Furmers'
Ijimii and Trust Company, trustee, to
J. It. Itryson aud other ol their attor
neys, to E. L. Itonner and A. It. llatii
inoud, alleged bidder for the mirchase
of the projierty of tlie defciidaul cor
puralion and to John llunieit, tliwir
attorney, to J. W. Whalley, K. C.
Ilroiisoii aud other holder of receiver'
irrlillcalcs, to W. U. Uartge, John
Twoy aud many other employes, cred
itor of the deleudaiil col K.rutlotis."
TilK t'MCKSTY OHMII rF.r..
A I Irra'atlii? Library.
i'i. t,uri, ii.-iirr iv Jiade a Flying Visit Sunday Morulug A project is soon i be .tnit.-,l i.i ih.
I'.. M. toil lis, o Jutictlou Cily, lain1 '" Ifts f Lraraillg. ' founding of ni irciilatiug libiary in Ed-
Eunuii- liNlay. ' i " gene. The d alitnges ol Mli h a ll
This. VI... I r t . ii ii Sututibiy night' California expn- , bratv to Hie public generally r iniiii
hi the cit v t.H lav ' I''1"!!1'"1'. liniugbl l Eugene thnv distinguished; Ifol.f and ar ngo Ibu library should
. ., , visitors, tin- committee from the hgls- havu Isrii sturtcd. Eugene lathor-
J. I . losHlale t.rt oburg, ha nearly laturo on the Etilverslly of Oregon, oiigli ducat ioual ivnter and the lua
aMVertd from bis retvnt Illness. The ctmimlltee Is compiHcd of Senator -s of her people nre alive to every
Mrs. Ellen lirannoii hns returued McClung. of Lane, and Itepri-setitative means of U-iteriug her fm-ilitb- for In
hoiiie from a visit o Culfax, Wash. (olc, of Miiltuomah and Wright of , formation. .Many low ns smaller than
Mr. LouglimilU r has rented tlie l'"1""- , our have libr.iriisi w lii4 nctmil value.
Crouch rmidcui-e ou Ym. Ninth street. Suudsv morning, accoinpsnii d by w hile huge, cai t coinpnie to the vnl-
T If l,,,,!,.,,, i. ... ,i 'M.Vor Frbiidlv, lU-gents Hendricks I ue of the Institution as an educator or
IihiniIi ,,,,,, Walton, tlie committee means of vi.llgbletimeut. W lieu the
mo nings .HI train on a busing trip. , ,,rv,. , , ulvi.r.ity , .,,., ,,ie I MlM ,,,, u, wvrvm. rm,tT 14t
Ml Milt Ililir n-tunifil fruiii m. vll( i .l ii.. ..rr.. .i ..r n.! i. , . .1.1.. .. 1 .1...- i ...
at 1 ortlanU and Salem this aflerinsm. iHiutid llosetmrir lKal. lm.kliiL' over oiiiioenUnl.le fluent lonnl and s l,.l '
MIH M I III. sot T II.
I U llraslrsl Isll Is !
Hot si. in, Ii '., Feb. II.- Snow fsill
I bioiilioiil the ulglil, an I sliil ion
tinues, Hie gioiiud Is iiig isiverd with
now- lo a depth oftwoli-el. Old rrsl
dulitssuy II is I lie braxlest snowfall III
40 i al.
Miss Mattie Smith writes from purl-' the ilistlliitiou. Mr. Cols Is a shrewd
land that her eyes are Improving nice-1 siul observing man taking in the situ
Is I ulsiaMa,
Nnv lliu i:ah, Feb. 14. Snow Is
fallmu I i re this morning. The ground
is euti nil. Itls very odd.
I Ml elresM l K.
Cori AoK tinovi', Feb, 14. I'pou
the arrival of the Hom burg local at 4 4U
in., the citlus ot I. tst Lotiage
rove turned out en mas to welcome
Ptkamkh Klmokk. Thursday's
Portland Telegram: "Today the O.
It. A X. Co.' new steamer Elmore
was lnsecled by the United States
local Inspectors, Edwartl aud Mo
Dermolt, aud everything wa fonnd to
ln In a very satisfactory coiidlliou.
Saturday morning, the new Ixxit will
start ou her maiden trip up the Wil
lamette. The Elmore will ply ou the
Portland Corvalll route, making alter
nate trip with the Modoc. A short
tlmo ago the steamer Fuleni was
chartered by tlio company, but now
that the Elmore 1 ready for service
the former boat bn been withdrawn.
The steamer William M. Hong ha
been trausfcred to the Portland Day
ton run. Freighting is reported rather
lively now, with encouraging pros
pects of Improving a the season ad
vances." Dslljr liusrtl. FelTiisry IV.
fllNI Alimony. Lost Monday nn
Bplicat!on wa heard by Judge Ful
lirton at Itoseburg asking tliat t.'ini
alimony I paid the plalntiir by de
fwiidaut iu the divorce suit of llaltie
Alexambr vs. W. H. Alexander.
Judge Fullerton tislay sent the follow
lug order to County Clerk Jennings:
"It Is ordered that the defeiidaut, W.
H. Alexander, pay to the clerk of the
circuit court, for Lane county, within
ten dava from the date of
this notb-e. Feb. 14th, the sum of t loo
to enable pluiutifl, Hattle Alexander,
to maintain ber suit."
Ousr I, Frl rusr
A SwflKKKI. Dik Ir Yesieiday
a few mile Irom Irving a wholle
runaway iK-currrl. Sol Ibiwei and
two oilier men w ith tennis were plow
ing and uncovered a squirrel. Acting
on their lirst Impulse they left their
teams for a mad chase after bis sjuir
rcl ship. In the melee the teams be
came frightened and all ran awy,
damaging the plews, name, etc ,
several tb.llars. However it Is well to
ii. mm .imrr,-l ma killed. SO
there was some couieristion for dam- j
Duly O'isn. Ir.sry 10
To UK Marrikk Tomorniw morn
inir at 10 o'clock at the residence of the
l.r,.l.'. ,.aniits Mr aud Mrs. J.
(irav. ill tin city, Mr. m. IMrr.H-ti
and Mrs. Louis- us-II will twiniien j
Ir marriage. I lie Ol AKI Join Uo ir,
fn,,,l in v tslntie thwlll a I'O.lt
i!n' - .
nd happy niatrin.oi.UI i-rrr. Jlr.
Iiarrsii la lea-d the jray farm a few
lull.- llow town, to which pljcsi they
Mis Auuie Stone, of Creswell, I
visiting w llh tlio Mitsss Auteu of tin
Mis Fiiinis, who is stoppiug ul Mr.
Svarverud Is ouile ill w illi coiisuiuix
Susrlntenilent if I'ublli) Instruc
tion U. M. Irwin, left this muriiiug for
till Iidiiio III Tallin.
Hev. C. A. Woolcy lagnu a series of
revival meetings at ratriunuiil last
evening Iu tlie public ball.
I'losccullug Attorney llrnwn. of
IbsH-biirg, now Iihs a partuer, Fred
rage-Tustin, late of l' lidletou.
tl. 1). Chnmls-rlaiii and laiuily, of
IbsH-burg, will soou have for I Am An
geles, Cal., to permanently reside.
Lincoln and Fred Overton, of
llrow iisville, are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Oeirge Overtoil, in tin
Dr. .Schubert of Oregon City, arrived
here Ibis afternoon on a visit with
Kev, Streaven. The geullriiicii were
former school mute.
A. Yerlugtoti Is agniu at hi place of
business after a few day Illness, and
Ills brother, (leo, II., w ho tended hi
store here, has returned home to
Dr. C. M. Slayback has coucluded to
permanently locate at Florence for the
practice of his profiou. The disior
is well Hsted III his profession aud it a
Ural class gentleman.
W. D. Conn and family left on this
morning' train for their new home Iu
Nebraska. Mr. Coon say the people
need not l surprised In the least
when he leturn In a year or two.
Frank KcNIiaw, well known hert
is now yard master at liozuiiiau, Mon
tana. He writes that time are fnlrly
good hi that section, but that It is very
cold, the thermometer being aa low a
4o decree below the zero mark.
Editor i( Aiii:-Iu the rtnwd Ae
of today Mr. T. (1. Hendricks and my
self are accused of having signed a s
titioii asking our inemlcrs in the leg
islature to vote for Dolph for senator
also that we both voted for Itcpuhll
cans last June. I nui iu no (spillou t.t
answer for Mr. llvudrick but so far as
I am concerned I have algiicd no peti
tion for Mr. Dolph or anylssly else.
Xo etltioii has Utii prese'nleil lo me
aud if one had I would not have sign
ed It for the reason that It I none of
my ufl'air. The stnmtor Is-lnngn In the
ltcpuhlleaus aud 1 consider that it Is
their duly to elect one without any
outside interference. A for my vote
last June it was cast for the iH-mocrat-Ictiiket.
I remarked at the time
that I would be surprised If a man on
I lie ticket waa elected. I iwlieve.Mr.
Yorau aud Mr. Huodgrass will bear me
out In what I said.
F. W. Osiii k.
bsiljr (iusni, Frdrusry A.
A (Ji KKii Case. Frlilnv' I'orlland
Telegram: "Dr. John V. (lair, Iridlft
ed yesterday for kiduaning Maggie
Smith, was arraigned before Judge
Stephen this morning and the charge
against him was read, ("all's attor
neys asked to be allowed till Monday
to plead, w hich lime was granted. It
Is expected there will he III tie delay
exH'rinccd In bringing Hair Inter
esting caso toa test, and a f r prose
cuting him for kidnaping tbeattor
neys inertly smile a If they had made
up their minds about tlie result. The
(luflcasn ha aroused a great deal of
comment among mcmbcri of the lecul
profession, lcaue of It sculiar fea
ture, ll ha Isjen itoiiiled out that
the statute do not lilt the situation
squarely because the abdurtetl paity la
over the age of consent, aud apparent
ly agreed lo be kidnaHl ar al'dueted."
Htiou at a glamv and It is evldelnvd havo decided to take tills matter III
that ho Is a friend to tlm school. Mr. ; charge, deservo all praise in Un ir teal
Wrliiht.w ho w ho one ofthe men luter-' for the tow ns advancement.
t-ted In securln the appropriutiou for
insti ulloii will Is- ail.le.l lotherily. '(lvrvlurll0flt,rdelegate,(. F.Knox,
i ue inuic oi ue lorinigni y ciuo, w no fri,m tivlUt , i.n warklng in
the Interest of house bill No. I.io, lo
the dormitory, nt the last s,-sloii, nnl
u rally take a keen liitcu-t In the
university's afluirs. Mr. McChing's
views are tiat well know n lo ikhmI any
iieiilioii, as be has always l en a tlriu
friend to educational i'uslitulioii in
Wliiie tlie committee wa here only
il short time aud we were unable to
find out their view on the subject,
lievertbele It I very evident that
their reH.rt will Im a cmllt lo them.
Ileal Lstate I ransfi rs.
haiige the name of East Cottagetlrove
to lniatl. He wa nnvlved with the
firing of anvil ami everybody cheer
In:. The streets were ileooraleil Iu
, , , bunting, and the town prreulel
Al.Vl:Kri:KNr.l i holiday apis-araui'.
,KI.AM, Cal.. Feb. It. Isii-,. ' "
Tamiikh, Feb. 14. A detachment
of Moorish cavalry baa arrived at Cssa
for ini.ii. v hil-.r ivmI .te fnrfltsei 7.V. , Hlauca. n sBKrt of SloriKfO, on it
Just let vour readers know that mv , -arla..lai of
aciNitiHt "exceeds his about fiilsj. The human heads, obtained during tlie re
sult will lell who has Ut n w rong-d ;'" expedition against the rtahamua
f.ir I'mis. Ynureaiurt record will sh.w i relsls, wlilcll will lie reeuiel lo Hie
To Hie rnl.ll,-.
Klil 1ih (l AKIi: Will Vol! lie
'say that J. II. Itlilneharl ha coiu
! meiuvd suit against J. O. lUilnehart
ullnu auil exblliltrd on the wait of
Fe(. The heads have been sailed.
a Wasaiasis aallragr.
1 I'iniiii:, S. D., Feb. 14. The house
i has defeatvil the rcoolutlou for the coll-
' K. Ilos-iuul ha.,-o.nme.w an ai-tlon ' ll h.nal amei d.nent giving women
: In the c.cult court of Lane county : r'K "f """ ' 1,1 I ;
sgalnst Ann E. Ik-mot t-.r.,-ver the -""'' bI,""1 "''"'""' '
sumof for work und luls.r Iu ; ""'' "n"
In a few davs, a I mean biislm-s.
J. II. It ii i i: 1 1 a Hr.
I Irrult Court Case.
Hi inrt il ,y Ki ussi Ai.nwrr
VV K. s- sssiis -h'um, V4ns(r.
JCWallaiv and w lie to William D
Wallace und 1 of ue I of sw I of w
I aw of se see 7 lie of uw sec IS
tn Is s r I w. L1NI acrvMi HlMI.
. . . . i..i.n,... . i r... .i..r.....i...i
Horace u ntcli ami wile to Aeert i ii.-hvh i i.
Ituegger and John Zinlker thed leof : l-atbani has commenced a fore
Juliii Killingsworth nollf lilul s.-c.', 1 cl.soire suit ngniust M. E. aud Johna
ip l!s r S w also lot oc5 tp in r . 1 r"ril,tt"- The complalul ask a
w, :iS acres; .M0. i judgment for f-J-".
I' a .. v. m-... v Ml,. I. ..II .... i ..f
nw i lot .vo j mo M ip it r ii w, .io lsj j
Isaac X Duckworth to W T Kayser
n tract of laud In sec 30 tp 17 r 5 w, '
nc res; o0.
Suiuuel Oasllu and wife to (linley A
(lastin tract of laud Iu sec H tp 111 r
1 w, 7."i acres; (J.').
J AIUtI William lo C A Meriail
Uaasl Ik .Siangan arrrl.s.0.
Jt iiKiiMiN City, Mo., Feb. 14.
Itvpreselitativ Julian lireoiitel a m
oliitlnn ttalay, w hich tlie bouse adopt
ed, calllnir on Missouri senator aud
I congressmen to voto for foreclosing the
! government mortgage ou the I'uion
I'aclllc lailway ami os-ratlng ll al
Thislstoceitifv that K. M. Illair ! ext.
has done mv hauling for tlio past Vi
months aud that be has Isvu prompt.
eflhixlit aud agreeable Iu hi wmk
and has given Harfecl satifaclloii to
all concerned and the change of truck
man Is made necessary through a bust-
tract of land in d I c Xo M tp 17 r 4 ' transaction with oili. r parlie
. 1 I ..,... I L..l. Ill Iwu'.
10 acres; H0"0.
WTH Morgan ami wile lo J F
Slsrr art of ol 4 blk E Skltiupr's do
Crauiploii II Jone to II D 1'eaisoii
lots 4. ', il, 7 blk I Wynn's add; f Hsi.
II D I'earson to l'.lla A I'earsoii
lols 4, 5. tl, 7 blk I Wynn's add; tlt'U.
A number of Mr. II. F. Holh-u-IsM'k'
pupil rendered a vi ry lino citing
prograiiiiiie Saturday evening. Fol
lowing was the programme:
Piano duett: (al "Student's March,"
(Milaiitcl lb) "Song of the Swallow,"
"Sunshine d Love," (ricclit ) Jennie
Organ Solo: "(Vntennlal March,"
iStrause) little White.
Piano Duett: "(Jucen Waltxes,"
idoerdeler) Mis Ilaltiu Tavlor.
Piano Solo: lal "Mv First Hull,"
tStreuhlsigl (b) "Carnival Polka,"
Duett: (Melluotte) Alice llemenway
ml Mr, llollcnhcck.
Piano Hio: "La Mozelle," tllgeu
frlt) (Irace llrnwn.
Piano Solo: "Jolly Brother (lalop,"
(Itudlk) Maud Scott.
Duett, (Einervi Carrie Cowglll.
Piano Solo: "Norm March," (Hill
Irln) Hosa HarlsMir.
."Lion du Hall," i(iillet) Misses
Organ Solo: March, (Slrnusi Mrs.
H. J. Sills.
Piano Solo: la'i "Xncturn op."
tC'hoi.liil ih) "Valse Ilrilllanle." vV.sd-
Hiei xe) id "jwareiie,
Dated Feb. Hi I sis"..
E. 11. IMIIIAM.
.Not an Applicant.
Editoii (It-Aim: The Hem In a rr.
c'lil Issue of the lillAHU slating that I
am an applicant for Issik kirpcr at the
pt-iiiivuilnry is based on misinforma
tion. I am not an applicant for this
JMmilloll. D. W. Coo l. ll u K.
The IUiii was copied from a Salem
Lank Cor.vrv I'koi-i.k. Itiddle
Enterprise: "Me-sr ll 1 1. Ssitt and
J. I. Iiwer, of Creswell, Lane county,
are sojouriilng In our valley this wvk.
Mr SMtit l Is an old friend of ye editor,
and Isiug an old miner, t ike great
delight in prosseliiig along out
streams and visitiug the numerous
placer mines now being opornbtl on a
morn or lisi extensive scale. Mr.
Scott ray, taking nur'miurs, fruit und
various otliur resource altogether, that
wo have the llnest country on earth.
He Is so well pleased I hat ho will re
turn lo Creswell at once and make ar
rangements to move here and make
Kiddle hi future home. He Is the
kind of man to make a gi m m I neigh
Imr, nml splendid conimiiuilies, and
wo welcome him.
that par should "come olt hi - perch"
and treat the commissioners' court
(Silly Ousrd, Kt tirusrj l(.
An Esjoyahi.K Taktv. Last even
ing Mr. mid Mr. V. E. Sinslgrass en-U-rluiued
nhiMlt .Vi of their friends at n
"I'rogrtssive Floral Transltli.n"
party. This is a new game and from
tlie amount of amusement evolved fro n
it last evening promises lo Islihiiip pop
ular. A delicious luncheon wass-rv-ed
during the evening. Tb win
ning tlie first prie were: Miss Ina
Met lung, Mrs. W. W. Moore. Messrs.
H. X. Cix kerline and (leo. O. Yoran.
Mr. C. M- Young and L. II. Johnson
were the happy recipient of the Ixuby
prize. This wa one of the mot en
joyable parties given this season.
AtiVASf KMKXT Cl.l ll.-flreat Inter
est was taken In the mis ting of the
club and the meetliiirs wi Ich havo
heeii allowed to lug since the holiday. DlHTIIDAY SfHI'KlsK. Lust H-ilnr
A general meeting or tlie (lull liasls-en ,uy evening, the Pith Inst., fouml .Mr,
CMU'A I N I.Y I NT KKMTI U. Itegnrd
lug the iiiisiine tax there I one thing
about eorHiralioiis making relurns,
w hich appears mil lo he geiierully un
iUtsIimhI. While iiidividiuils, whose
gnsv Income dm-M not exisvd 'I..VX) nre
not reiiln-d to mike returns, 'orpora
lions must make n-lurns, n matter
how small their income it. Corxra
lion w hich fail to m ike such return,
Silllllvlt) AN all lifiiiitli tlit-v iiihv Imvn Im lllf-lillli
are liable to Ik put to a great dial of
. . 1 1 rouble. hi w ill proiiuUly lesiill in
"Otr'l' AOAI.N." Florelleo West: there being lew corMrnl Ions. I U order
'A usual we get It in the neck. In i to limit their resKiniblllty llrmsofien
the pniceedlngs of tlio commissi inrr' Incorporate.
court on last r ruiay was me lotiowmg:
'In tlio matter of petition ofll-tus
Hansen et al for waoii nstd ou hl.i
slaw river, It Uilug determliieil by the
murtthut the remonstrance against
theurne wa greater than tlio petition
for ll, ll wa dismlasiil.' What Is the
objection to the proposed wagon
nd'."' The West sis-ms lo hold a
pit against the county court. As ev
ery person know the court could not
.1.. ..il.u.wlu 1 1. ii ,1 iMiiittaj. t ha mI il bin
In the nbo-e caae, a the law I luii- !' 1? I'1 '"r carrying cacl
mive on tne matter. Hie editor of lv Is ." Ions. Il. r machinerv I frolr
1 1 ka ill Fiiom. Thursday' Corval-lisTiun-s:
"The little steamer Eagle
Ite arrived up last night und left this
morning for Eugene. She left Albany
at 1! p. in. and made Hie tell mile run
to Corvalll Iu I tin astonishing
short time of four hours. Eu
route up, the I'lillid herself over
several bar. If all g's-s well It I
thought she, w ill reach Eugene by the
last of the mouth. She is les than
tiie little Topsv, built several year ago
at Corvalll, by Alls-rl Kemp.
Xkw Yokk, Feb. 14. A sclnl from
Frankfort, Ky., says: "Pol II leal gos
sip ha it that two liiil.il State sen
ator will I si elected from this slate 111
stcss) of one. Friends of Senator
Llmlsavcluiiii that President Cleve
land will put him on the supremo
1 lis I ail Mass)
SAN FKANl'lHilt, Feb. 1 1. John (I.
Chase, a prominent Fonsiter, yester
day brailghi suit against the Call for
fJ.'MSSi, on acisiuiil of the publication
of an art 'do chanting litis with em
Is i.llng court funds.
San Fham Imo, Feb. 11 The Call
tialay ndvas'ate the holding of tlio
next republican national convention
Iu this city, and oilers lo contribute
tOt)U toward the cXm-iisc.
(IM( la Chlrsis.
San Fiiani'ISiii, Feb. II. Hev. J.
. A. Henry, pastor of the First Hup
list church, a leader Iu the A. I'. A.
movement In San Francisco, an 1 a
prominent worker for municipal n--form,
has a-vltH a call extended by
the La Sallo KiplUt church of Chica
go. It had Ihtii niiiinunccd that he
would decline the call, but hi rosigna
tioii wa re.nl at a meeting of Hie con
gregation. A noon a Dr. Henry re
cover fioiil his premint Illness he Will
remove to Chicago.
Ih nilisajlNiN al llaaO.
At ariN, Tex., Feb. 14. The liouso
today In the contest of llaller, a negio
and republican, ngalusl Dull, a w hit
man and a democrat, wa taken up.
The minority resrt of the commltteo
eating llaller wa adopted by a dem
ocrallo voto of 75 to 40.
Uillr mar Mine l1.
CnlTAllK (IKOVK, dr., Feb. 111. A
Chlcngo syndicate ha bought the
Uuldeii Star mine on Martin creek,
alsiul three mile from IVilieiniu. i'hi
I sub I to lie the oldest mine III that
scctiuii, but bus not Ist'U thoroughly
dwveh ped. The purchasur are very
favorably impressed with their pro
poi-t. Tbey will make all neeery
arrang cut to open up the lulu Is
fore returning East.
Wa "Jal 1114 l l.
I'LNiu.irros, (Jr., Fh. 10. Thn
I'niied Slate deputy marshal return
ed here today, and say the story of
the lit ho-lleppner slge robliery Is a
AH I'hi: a L. Thomas Howell baa
commeiieed an uclioli iu the Ijiiii inu li
ly circuit conrt against Sarah C. Kel
ley, asking that a certain deed to UK)
acre acres of laud be net aside, for non
fulfillment of contract. lialiilllt al
lege that he deeded the proM-rty lo
flllftltlits 111 III HlM 1RSJI IIIMtll a
llly (iusni. Kebrusry I. I , , X.f.i, M.l
Ul'l I K Sk.vhaI Io.naI.. The Junction I r... (..-n, UL.tur luring I.I.
rtot-NDfoll OrmioX (b-o. T. Hall , City Time of today contain the fob I ,. -,m manner. IMainllrt
Inform U that be has received a letter low ing Hem: "ham Tracer, who re-1 nw j,. uml t ,rf,.Mdniit ban
trnm Mr. King, who ssnt one sum-1 side aliit a mile northwest ot brre, i ri ui x'.tvtn. and refused to ter
mer up th McKc nxle w till Ills l.imlly, j think an altempt was maile to n.son j fir() airis.mriil; that she ha lur
thataparty of about forty will h ave j him. Ho bad len away from home j.,i, ,m iu, a very meagre quau
Hiarfleld, Wbconlo. Including him- i and on hi net urn Sunday morning I my sf KkmI iincleun and Iwdly pros-It
and family, for Eua-ciie, in a few became aware of the fact that bis wife pBrrrt; ,tl,t ,(,. would i k him In bla
da and will make their home In wa.al-nt, Whl.e eating a cold lunch f,ue ur c .bin during her visit,
this vicinity. He say the times ra he noticed a w biu-sulmtuiice sprinkled ,, , IHid sullar with hungor;
verv hard In Wisroiislii and the wrath on the ine.it. A portion of it wa nt.,e ,M furiiisheil him wit b no
er has Imm u hitler wild, and that cv , brought to town aud an analysis made ct,n whatever for three year, al
erybody I talking Oregon now. This w l.lrh levealed issilou. Hi wife Is j iioiitrti be was blly In need of th
entire party i eouiposs-u in uvn in-wi ( nun inisfiiii aim no- iMin-tiiitr mv
farmer aud will pnsrr here.
; ease will Ik- watched with interest.
eailud for Monday evening, reli. IS
I be topics to be discussed ar a !
fallows: "Iiieoilkln of the family."!
"The origin of religion" and "Tlie ori
gin of society." Thai the society will
rnntinue In the g'sxl work it ha been
doing is our w ish. I
bs'lT o i"t. flinnrjr I.
"Hakii Timix" I'AKTV Iji1 oven
lug at the residence of Mr. and Mr.
J. M. Howe, corner 1:1th and Mill
streets, n "bard lime" party was glv-
u for the little folks. All wore cos
tume to suit the occasion and some of
them wen- rest ludicrous and amusing.
There were over twenty young people
presi nt and all bn t an elijoya'ile lime.
IL MrMunibey very busily cncngeil In
receiving large nurnl-r of his friend
who bad come In to nd the even
ing. The part V bad been tendered him
bv his wife, It'le-ing bis V'th birthday.
'Ihe evening wa very enjnynbly sul
in social game of various kinds, and
inu-ie. until n late hour, when asuuip
tuuus lunch wa served, after which
the guests departed for their homes,
well pleased with the evening's entertainment.
j Si.i:mh in I lout r. Echo leader:
! "We are publishing the Collage (i rave
Echo-leader, but by s i act of I lie. li g
islaliue we nil ui'h-iily turn up in
l inall. (iio-ss m-w siti-rs and eili
tors nre ereiiluris of circiiiusluiice
soon linn s Hm V sn-- nui airniu tiivy
aren't in I' st ail li'i- we'll md I
come Mt exeitid as to b" In doubt
whether really we are we, or the other
name; that she ha treated hliu harsh
ly and Iu an abusive manner. There
fort defendant ask for the Immediate
poswtwioii of thn premise and f 10U)
damage, for withholding the nam.
Oi.ii Linn mi Evot'oii. Albany
I)emis-rat: The Sclo Pre enlbly
ays: "Lino county It not a lsd coun
ty, after all, to IIt- hi, w IHi laxesat 14
mill. lf)oit will only tbink of taxe
ranging from V) lo :so mill In other
rountles, he I apt to feel lietter ant lo
lled with obi Linn' management."
Two Hrowiiavllle men In lb city g's-xl
liaturedly remarked that Linn was a
lirrttv kmm county after all. The citl-
naiis of that city as much as they wish-
Sol. I. If. II. Stickuey ha sold bis
feed store to A. M. iiltoii audit II.
- - Shaiklett. Tlie new iiroiirleioi are
ItIK IsslKAVK W'AK. Palem well know n geullemeii and w 111 make ,ivi,i from a .sl stsliiwlnt are
Journal: i h varuws aieiich- of the a soc.rs..f tlie business Mr. Sin k- tai, t. matter pliilsoiddcally and
, n. f..r aeveral dsv. been cut- ne b many friends w ho wish htm , v , ,, f,,.. t .rds llioso who
tin rate, on Insiir.oc. am In whic .uc.-r.s Iu whatever bu.iuess he may ' .,,, , ( ..... by old Linn, aa
ii:ilain-e Lava written sllcle a low eiigain.
Illl.M I NTt'.otifl.. A scritsj of
the fab lit I'ost t'sik It unto himself
the otli-r day to look Ui the tiuiul-r
i.f bills llitrodiicid by eaeh inellilier of
Iheli.wer bou. Huker ba lutro
dmvd "He bill. Hillv:is Mrbesi fl.
Hepresrlitntive Mnllli. of J "pbilie,
leads the entire prmwion wit i .
aoriv-tblrd the established M'e. V.
terdny afU-rtoioii a meetiuif I toe vr
bu isirn) anu s w ns held mm '.lie mat
ter was mi aJj-isted to r -est il lisli
rn r lur VCfcr. It I" Low l:ilid on
tl.cstri-els'tlrit Ufoiv long II,. se cut
rtie ( lii I n ill Is csinsiled, Ibos
utually mukin H n 1'i-s tu the III
ginsl a tsiuuty as He re Is In Oregon.
I'll! jird, February Is
A S"M"i At. Lst evelill.g a MM-ial
was iffvi-n at tl.e M. E. SuioU) N li.-.
buii'liiiK lo tiie western part of town
A v ry b bseiit tin.- was bud Ky all
,rv-s. ut. li.ni'ig the eveoiug a Lioip
as as-eideiita.1 y likeu rr. nt.i.g nin
i i Itiineiit ; liamiij-e ibo .
.ul .art, hkrwi I.
WoHK loVIOMHi. Wmk wo
Cooioieneei on lb. I olta'e lirove new
waterworks lal Micid.iy. It w ill Is
an excellent ay-leoi, ami w ill bo ip
pheil with a first clas rpiallty f pur