The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, February 23, 1895, Image 4

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    rATUItDA V, FF.WtUARY 11.
J. II. St. kui.u, mi Alhauy milling
mini, i in Kueite.
(.Muiiiiasluiient I'erklns ami Callisou
are In (he city.
('. H. Ilile hu. rturncl home from
hi. Kail Creek much.
t 1 mi Cm I i.iiih mi from ali'in this
H. II. Krl-n-IJy Uayitlu In the 'ronl Bf,rru(M, fr B ,.,rt vl.lt.
Willi iii-Nr a.l. Jl.-a.lli. W. It ( hri.tian.oiMemphia.Tenti.,
J). ('. M.( lull.-ii l In charKe ..r the , In F-Utfene fur a lew .lay.,
hotel of that MI.HI-. hiciIii at f t-ehurg-. , Mn( j R Hl)ydef .,,.,
IW i:-r r:.l.- from I'.-riUml f,,, h,,i-ii ihU inriiliif.
nil-.. have U-. ii B.van. lli (. F.irniUI)t
The Justice aiiJ reenter s courts very )(, now wy fr ,) Blri.
Hhriff Jolioaoa U !' Iwuiiik II 4 Ui
Fit! DA Y, f I.HKUAHYI'..
Another .!i-ii'iiil l'.
lmniiiueis plentiful these day.
Tim Cohurji s-iw mill l now running
tonal i I " .
(:., O. N. ., Niil shortly lvf a
oclnl (lance.
quite. Our H-.ipli-nru all .evaiile,
Hun. T. J. Hi lira I now i.-sl master
Bt Albany, taking- charge lain morn
la. A tall drummer was In town last
evening, lie measures H fuel 7 Inches
In li.-llit.
It la now generally conceded Unit bo
flnani-ial h-irislutioa will pass at thla
svsalon of coiiKn-fS.
Tl... L-....l..liu I. II. I. .1.1.. i.t -..r.
vallls. I.ul how f,.r f.m F-ugene no IU-v. Ntrcavcns went to M.mnw tl.lt
.na knows al ureaaiil I morning" l.i COUUUCl scrviw-s lumur
Whitman oouuly. Wm.li ., claim
receipts. JU bM alrtM lr viixrn iv
senator Mct.'luiig visited Monmouth
normal achool over last Hunday.
J. I). Matlock returned thl luernlng-
from b ahorl business trip aouth.
Tin. Huae, of Newhdrypnrt, Ma..
1 1 spending a few slays In Kuriu.
! mik iMrl u,n, i left thl n-ornlnir
' for a two weeks' visit at Trnut.lsle.
7.1.HUU hoir. Ar.-or.lliii( to the census
Huiem only haa about ;uou.
F.I Jov Isaac I'. Oray, of Indiana,
minister to Meiluo, died In the City
of Mexico laal evening1, agud (13 year.
The giand Jury of Multnomah
oiurty Iibji nidi, ted Dr. John V. Oatf
on the charge of k I.I Mnplitff Mlaa Mag
giu Hmtth.
The wooden driveway Is'twecn the
X. I. fr.
At tome) s K. It. hklpworth and L.
nilyeu were In Juut-llnn todey on li-gal
huiu aa.
The puhllo eiaiuinatlea of teacher
for certirleates wan compieiea laai
evening.
I-.. II. Ingham I loading a rar of
potatoes today to ha ahipped to fall
fornla.
Ituv. IIm-.I. the l-Uit Port laud hank
iKlil warvhoue and the track ronner, win pieau iouiiiit hi .uhii-.
I.mIb) ami b ii.-w
lml. il removal t.Mla and a nw "i in crime,
nne will U't.ut In. C'OLUuwi bw ill Itl lul-r.m Ib
Horn. i.t fol.ur. Keh. IJ. t the wife ll.rri.l.or. K.ti.e t bi p.tiotr. Mr.
of Frank hklnm-r, a .n: at the Mine j t-aruotjl!.
i,liv K.h II. lu I he wife of Mi. Tall- A. (. W'.wMloo.'k. K. K. Ilelidereotl
mail, b .liuiKlil.-r. , and I.. N. Ilouey n-larned home from
Tim Koveriimeiit enirliiwra at Ya- Halcm lat evening,
niiina have U-.-H t-hurKcd wilh huildltiK Frank L. ChBiuher I vlltln lu
a crolti to Hie aulli l.-tly out Inln the Tortlaud. He will prohahly relurn
Imy In ord.-r to kill auintt bay a a home tomorrow evening-.
lotrhor. MImi Marketer returned home to
Thurlay' AlUmy D in.-rat: The Cotlaire Omvo thla aflormwiii, after
fjiKl.-lto pawa.1 IhroiiK'i Allny for vlalt with rt-latlvee here.
KiiKi-ne yeni.-rdny. It U exp--U-d lo An adionrurd Mwaiou of the coin
Kut ihroiiKh, thoiiKh ll pre nl apwd , mlfwlttnt-ra' i-oiirl i heltiif held at the
iiiakve the II. n very imi.-uniiu. ,rt mue thi atlpru.Hiii.
(Irani l'a Courier: Kx-Wn-rlir The Ueppner ataic waa hel.l tip by
Hhallurk will put lu U mm of nii-loim poller near ICi-ho till week. No par-
tblay.-ar. I lu ha renl.-d UI a.-n- of n,.ular obtainable.
''-1AI; "1 r l'la. down llm river Krlwell, of Mi-Keiul-Brldtp., U
"v " lhl w,- in town todny. He rrl the r.d
"Turn Lack." plt-a.h-d Hie luni.h-n, from I late Creek up In ex.-ellent eon-
"( Tim.-, in thy IIIkI.I, and make me juimii.
niiik Kalii. J'l ft '"i'k';'-",i 'nlei,d I'ylhl..: Kdllor llan-ourt,
UlBly." rtjoln.d I im.-.altably, "About f ,,. Sl,y M.-rcurv. waa ml.taken
l.ow far u.u.l I turn back. '.Non-uf f( , , f Driver, in thiiclly a few
your hu.lM.rn. day ago.
Allainy IViii.K-r.il : IO younir men a liuinlier of Pendleton young ladies
and women, and ome of whom, , Mm.ummi Mll(' n"lve. to
lhoul, hw not ... very yo.lnn .-ilher, Mw, rn herener for wheellug
Bi.J.mo whoman. y.iUK. r than , t trUn ,,.
Ihcy al.ould In-, are beinic examinvd at , ,
lUe .-ourt hoiim-, for tea.-h.-ni .t-rtill- 'r"- 1 ( 1' '" ""Kilter,
(vU,a of Juii.-tioii, who have lwn viHitiiiR at
., ' , , ,, , . the reniil.-nce of I,. Davl In thl city,
lhe( alhoun ohi .N.m.any arrlv.,1 ri.lurm.,, ,.,,, (llc,rlliK.
Ii.-r thi i.li.-riiiNin and w ill ai. M-iir lu . ,, ..... . .
the "llla.-k ll.iar" al Parker' ra -"ator Alley wen to K.Mihmg la.t
hoifef.i.iclit. An extra .-wh wa I'tehl to vllt tlm aoldlera' I e. lo
.on the train for Ih.-lr a.voinmlall.m. return here tomorrow Nioruiiig
. ., ,, , ,,, , . nod NiM-n.l Sundav In lhl elly.
"AmoiiKthe llimken." wlllltegle- ..... ' .
vnt the Si.tli.KhVhl oH ra h..iie I.H l-niak lilpi.tr, of ( nttaire drove, I
I. 11,1 by amateur talent. Mr, lie... ' r.;.-eivlog u.e.ll.-a treatment.
U. YeilnKt.i:i i.. ar In the role of a I he att.-n.liiii; ph.vaii-iau d.a-a lint give
leadlnx lady. '"""'I' em-ouragemeut.
The Calhoun ( ha-m Company .-biiib lh-y. It. (I. William, the reformed
in nil Ihenfl. ro.H.u train and are pre drunkard and Kau.hler, who lei-lured
pnrliitf for the evenliiu i.-rlormauee. ''; M- '- "urt h ' till dt.V, left
Vhere ha been a pliei telial .ale of fr Nilelil on thl llion.lllg I.K-al.
Beat, and it i K.liig to he a urand aup- Itev. Ihinnell and fnmlly have en-
ren. Im.IIi hk' tally and lluam-ially. ifitfed r.Mim at nremnl al the rel-
Coiue each and avoid the ninh. d.-.i.ii nf J. me lUrK. r, where they
None yei'uiK fellow, whe have no will Ihi at homu l their friend.
itiliaiu.-Mt' to own a revolver, were exam- A l.iarriat;e llivnae wa. iwiml thla
iiili.K one in the pr.MM of trade Willi- morn kntr bv Cnunty Clerk Jennlnga
tay, at NmUviII.., wh.-u It wa Ul- to Mr. William J. iWrorh and Mr,
charged, ainl tl... bullet entered the 1oiiIm ltu.M-ll.
leu vf Mr. Craft, lu.t ladow thu knee. (j, fc Coint.K'k, of Coburg, made
Craft toek p.H-l..n of the weaM.u. tl.l vttU' a pleaaant rail today. Incl-
The hiryeliat of Klamath Fall dentally, he renewed LI atilwcrlptiou
eeeiu b have .-aught on to the Lake- and .end. B copy Kaat. That's the
view fad f riding on the snow, a the way to du It.
Hlar report, that It I. all the rage n..w. Friday's Statesman: John McCrow
The I .akevlew Ih i. ii 1 1 tine to pill ,n fr Coburg, I .aim county, ytvter-
along Hi.. .m.Milh tra.-k. and lake great ,y, where he will load a cur with beef
ih lltcht in making .lelghs turn out In- cattle frmu tlm farm of Jaatar Wilkin
o the .hep .now. to beahipitud te hi maiket ill lhl
An Allwny reiitii'ilmau talked rath- city,
i r loudly on tlm tr.t a few day ago oV. fnvdrr orgauixetl an F.ndeavnr
hIniiiI the winitorial deadlock, and lil euciely al Ooheu lal night with '.''J
IhHtifhewn a nieiiil. r of the l.-gl- uiemU-ni. There have lawn l.i a.l.ll-
Inture a Mtuator would tat elected, or (Ion In the church during tlm revival
lie would know the rvamiu why. That inevllnir In pr.rewi there.
Mght he att.-n.h-.l . .Mum-ll mM-liug, 1Vllmny t-mMg rrnge.neut
,.d when it adjourned, there wa, a f a , The i.e." future,
.lead mk on the cUvtlon of anight T!,a iav, .uluinlng llmlr
watcliniaii. friend at variou tluire dining the
A new aw lu. lie I la-iug practiced nu winter and are now lu far a little cap-
Tnrmer In Norlhwe-lera (llilo. A Ital, whit-li we have no doubt they will
rlln .iM'cial under dale o Tuemlay. aecure.
M.VB! "A gang of .windlei and A train of car eeeai to run a great
h.rk.are .ecu ring big money from u , fnMn wln ,a ,y biiU ace
II. .. el sen. and "' r. I rvUbly f (o w
.ne of t he IhM .w indl Ing game e r ',,, ,t u MII1) w,'y wlb
l.r..ught light I he 'grapevine , , , f
K.,,e.' lhe.w.udU.r buv.a..i.ntity , , j ,
f cheap grajievliie rat, tUeii puivna r 1
the large California grapes at the grj' M"
vry. lie n-i.n-M.ul the nana to l.-arl. Nprlngneld Im.I of three telephone
the-eklndogrni.-.. The roots arel"1""- W . t h.-Miimn .N.ni.e.llng
m.I.I far l ea. l. To. awlndlera ti.va tore an I dwelling; (lus Washburn
- - I . ...ii. . 1 111.. , . V a .
1 rriM in'. ii nun uweiiiog: anu . . .
I'uikeypile fmm telegrapli otlloe lo
.. ...i it.... ... . i v.r.i.. .... .. ii
ui,'iiiiij( im i . ti ,1 vigil, i iiaii. miiin
Ton-man.
made between and f-0 a day."
mi: n i.i. t.i. i r.
Mrf, the I'. rtlii1 Xurdrrer, Seu
Ienre4 ledsjr.
t-rrlal la Hit l 4.1 V lll't.u
l'..Hri.AM, F.-h. Iti, I p. in. ena-
hll N. rMeevea, t-nuvietnl ol the lliiir
olerof tie. W. Say re. nveiillv, lu the
lliauUiighter degtee, I ma Jut iwn m-ii-leniN-.!
by Judge M. phen, l fifteen
y.-.r iu the p.-nit.-Ntlarv, and to pay
Hue of ..lie IliouaJiml dollara. lie la
ut on bail, awaiting the .upn-me
-.iirl on s'a-.l.
a
I'iiiih Oi.ii Kt . A lii'AHt re
.iler haa U-eu lufornied by one of the
ntllr.-ttd .'iigincra that the Hu(heril
!'.! lie ha . -l to t heir ilciiiaiuU
end that tlie old run tojuuclioii City
Andrew tiabh, well known here, la
now vialting hi. sister, Mr. WimxU, at
Uiklaud. Califoriila. lis will iirolwbly
accept a Mlllon which haa twee ten
rfeir.1 til 111 as a waiter iu the Crnado
hotel, San Diego, Calif. This I one
of the lineal hostelrrte lu the I'ltlted
Slate.
All exchange publlahve thl libel:
"It la reported thai the l.ietty ladv
: clerk al Mleiil w ho changed herdn-M
every day f.u six week hand running,
l 'tallied her appoiNttimiit through a
I'opiilial w ho laal aprlng waa getting
; ot! svchc alK.it the gnainliig tliral
duin of the common eople."
j lnd nJeu West Side: The
; ligleite of Portland patwd by lhl
city oil It way up the river laM .Mou
ay morning. i lis stern wiicvl I
VISIT JJrKIAL'S I'iKK.
PreuilDtut ( it lien Uxtk fer .Site
fur a. loan' Fair t.reindi.
L.lly O'unl, rtn..r7 La
YisUrday afternoon a party of prom
llieiit eltlzeus and bu.lm-s men vl.it
t1 Muriau's park to look over tho
grounds with a view to getting a suit
able place for holding cousty fain., a
this subject I being freely discusaed
al iireaenl. The party wa composed
of Mayor M. II. Friendly, President F.
M. Wllklns of the board of trade, H.
M. Yoran, K. II. 1 1 aye., W. 11. lloir
man, K. ltaug, J. V. Kay, It- Mc
Murplmy, Jn. W. Stewart, F. A. Half
kin and H. Merlau, the owner ef the
f.ark. AOuaru reporter accoinpan
hI tlm rty down.
The party without exception
expreaseil themiwives a mom
. ......
t ban pleamxl Willi tlis ground. Jir.
Merlau has done an Immense amouut
of work on the park and a more suita-
lile place one coui.i nvi expect to nni
fur the meetings of such an organiza
tion. The grove have been trimmed
out and make a meat beautiful place.
The soil Is of the kind ecallarly
adapted to making a grew! race course.
I here Is a combination 01 three race
liacks lu the uatk: a one-mile kite
shaped truck: a on mile circular track
and a oce and one-eighth mile circular
track. Tk tracks have aln-ady been
nut In good couditieu for driving pur
pose aud bet Utile more work will be
ueueanllated to make at least one flrnt
claw track. In additlou to thl. a Mmon
can drive over eight mile nu Hue
driveway through the park without
going over the same road twice or
dilviug ever the Hack.
To a rw.ii w ho haa never vl.ltc.1
thl beautiful place It will he time
well spent to make It a visit. The lake
now cover about thirteen acre ot
land and braide being an excellent
place for boating, a ye repoitercail
attest, I well slocked with carp. A
fine driveway will saou be built clear
around the lake.
There can I but one objection
brought agalu.t this site for the fair
and that la the distance from town.
With the pn.MMt-d turnpike nad thi
would be entirely overcome. Howev
er some think the Idea a feasible one to
have the pavilion for tlm agricultural
exhibits aud such Items lu town and
have the stock clhll.lt, race rourw,
etc., In the utrk. In this way the
cn.wd would be held III town during
the forenoon, at the park In the after
u.m.ii, aud al Ix.tli places ef evenings.
Thorough aud Mrtuancnt organiza
tion I now iiccemary In the nmtttr
and for tho beat Intrrenta of the county
at large- lei no pain be siared until
the aaaoclatioii ha lieo.me a reality.
"Among- the III raker."
Pallr liuaM Kat.ni.'T l-.
"Among the Hunker," by home
talent, wn greeted by a ciowded houau
at Hprlngll.-Td la.t night. Standing
r.Mim w a. al a premium. (Julte a niiiii
ler frmn Kugcne were In attendance.
The play wu very well rendered.
Miaa ll.-.le Kelly a "Mi. Hare" did
exceedingly well and diaplnyed a flue
"atagu prevelice" o. did bImi Mr. Mali-
leu Day lii "llnuv Hunter," but the
bright atnr of the evening wa. Mm. (I.
II. Ycrlugton a "Kiddy lieau," an
Irish girl. Her uuderntnuUlug and
rendition oft lie character wa all that
could have been asked even from hi,
actreuof year of c xierlf lice. Tlm
mualc, under the direction uf Mr. l'ur
keypile was well executed. The com
pauy dcM-rvel the patronage they rv-
cclved and Kugene in-oph. might well
la.e a iwm,h iroui r-ioioiiuhi iii
roni.liig itescrving Home pnMtuctin.
We hoe the Home Talent Company
will count over and see our boy do
some "play acting" soon.
W'tt.i, I-'.m.ahok. Cottage drove
trailer: We hear that the M. P. rail
road i-oinny. Intend enlarging their
plant at Latham, aud willemi.tne
over luu hands. The op.irtunlty (or
securing rallnw.l lira, tiling and l.rlilge
tlmta-r are so great here, It Is said the
company will make the tie preaervlng
plant ermanent at Ultham aud Imj
add the biirnrtltlug pna-c. for pn
serving tile aud bridge tliul-t-r. Tills
will he a good thing for timber owners
of this seel Ion, aud cause the distribu
tion ora large amount of cash. Al
though the plant wilt not lie run all
the time It I supposed that tlm ealah
lUhlng of the plant will la- permanent.
(Jl Ml Ions 'uh II KADI' ATI h. Mem
bers of the Alumni Aso?iatla of the
1' nlvrn.lt y of Oregon have received
cin-ular from Pn.fewor C. II. Chap
man, president ef the university, ask
ing for their addressee and pn-seut
occupation, and alo for aaaweia to the
followiug iieallnua: "Have you
any suggestions 10 make re
garding the development ami future
policy of the university? Haw can
our Alumni Association tie made more
twaettcial lo I he members and to the
university? What would you .uggvst
n-gardlng a memorial to the late
Judge lli-ady? Would you consider a
mural tablet In Vlllard hall to Inap
propriate'."' Pall uaanl, 'bruar I v
I'K.lllAltl.V I N8ANK. County Judge
A. 11. Ftk haa received a letter writ
ten by I . Yerloop, who realdca near
Flon-nce, saying that Mr. Schuenders,
n-aidlug near that place is actlue
strangely. Dr. Slaylau k was called
In and reports the man In a demented
condition. It seem., so Yerloop write,
that he wants money and nothing else;
he wants his wife to Insure the house
so he can burn It up; disowns his w ife
aud children and everything else. The
letter Is written by the rwoueet of the
wife. A warrant will nrwUhlv be is
sued for the arn-st of the unfortuuBte
man, so he can be examined by a
txiard of doctor.
I
Oregon apples la Immaud.
A balletlu from Portland J-ruittu-Ion,
Willie Itrown manager, says:
Dkah Sik: filuce the supply of ap
ple from the Kaat has given eul, the
. . i.... . ...h i Lr.f KmIl l.nku aud
in ii ii M auv u " - -
other., are olAll to draw a part of
.. . ... ti .l.ttMOalla.
tneir supply irum um""!
Ing the brisker demand for applss
which at preseul prevails. Although
we do not expect a faucy prloe for au
nU, still ttte prospect ) very gnod.
The local demand lr g'axl apple ll
strong, as well as the demand from
the Kasteru cities aad lowu.. Iu fact
we art unable lo fill orders, wh ch we
have at preaeut, for gxi app.i-s.
Fancy red apples, four tier, ueally
packed, f 1. U to 11.60.
Fancy red apples, Ave Her, neatly
packed, f I.JJO lo 1.30.
Choice red apple, touud. fairly
packed, I I.OU.
Choice Itcl Ruasctt, fairly acked,
fl.UUto 1.10.
Common lUd Uussett, fairly packe.1,
.75 lo .U0.
Colce Y. N. Plpplu, fairly packed,
.75 to .M.
Fancy Y. N. Pippin, fairly ackel,
1.W).
Common Y. X. Pippin, fairly pack
ed, .60 to .06.
Fancy rtwaar, fairly packed, 11.00 to
11.10. , ,
Choice Waguer, fairly packed.
l.:v. . .
Fancy Ih-u Davis, fairly cked,
tl.Vi.
Choice Ben iHvU, fairly Mckel,
11.16 to tl.Bi.
Choice Wine SaM, fulrly packed,
l .7.
Common Wine Sas, fairly piu ked,
.40 to .60.
Medium sized Baldwius sell from 76
to Vi cent.
lu fact no apple uf fair size, arriv
ing In fair condition will sell for leas
than 76 Ci-uts. We have no trouble lu
getting the above quotations fora
pies as above described.
(IocmI stock can be sold promptly and
returns for same sent Immediately up
on sale.
The Willamette Valley.
The (in-at Northern Bulletin is a
splendidly gotten up inoul lily Journal,
or St. Paul, Minn., and is sent out by
the rai road company of the name
mentioned. In Its special fruit edition
It has the following pleasaut writeup
of tlii. valley.
The Willamette, or Wallamet, Ii the
river of western Oregon. It I nav
igable from I'ortlaud, U0 mile to Cor
vnllis, and In high watel lo Kugene
l.t) miles. Falls, fe.-t high, at Ore
gon Citv, are passed by n system of
locks, ft drains a valley nf 7,saj square
miles, or nearly 6,tnx),('s) acre lu ex
tent. This valley I the Iwsl settled
section nf the Pacific .Northwest. From
northern to southern limit It Is a sue
ceaaiou of orchard whose blossoms
perfume the air ns early a. March.
The valley Is also noted for wheal and
hops. In addition to cereals it grows
nearly everything raised in any purl
of the United Mates, exi-ept tropical
fruits. On thu west tise the Connt
range of mountain, on the cnxt the
Cam.-u.lcs, making it a scenic locality.
The prairie ate lutrrspcnu-d with
t ream bordered witli timber, nne'
lead up lato the heavy forest of the
mountain. Purtluud, unsurposmd
iu sivulo beauty and ire-cmineui In Its
wealth, Is I'Z miles from the mouth of
the W lllamt-tte, but n ached by the
largest ocean steamers.
A Happy Prisoner.
Horn-burg Iteview: The attorneys
for Saui Itrown, coavlcte.1 ef the mur
der ot Alfred Kincald, tiled their
formal notice of appeal lo the supn-me
court Saturday. Their grounds of
appeal Includes thlrty-aeven exce
tiona. Thev excent lo one grand
Juryman; to the ruling of the court lu
the examination or most or tne trial
Jurymen who were flually accepted,
and to the testimony of several
wltuM, notably that of It. P. Dear,
T. I.. Kimball, C. 1'uderwo.Ml, and
several grand Juror. Judge Fullerton
ha grauted a stay ef execution uuill
such a time a the appeal shall have
been decided. Itrown was to have
la-en hanged on the 15th Inst, and
didn't seem to dread It In the least.
He whistle and slugs "like a lark,"
as oue nf the sheriffs force remarked
the other day, and has apparently
lost every feeling of fear. He advised
the slieriir recently uol to go to the
expense of building a scattold from
w hich to swing him oil. "Tie a rope
around my Beck and put It over the
limb of that tree," he remarked, "and
I will lump nut ef the Jail window and
the Job will he doae," and Sheriff
Cat heart thinks that Itrown wouldn't
hesitate a moment to lauach himself
Into eternity lu that way.
Psilf tiuan, Fsbruarf 1
Vhit Fkaittheo. During the
noon recess at the Central school today
two little girls, Iva Wicks and I-ha
Muuimey, were sitting on the front
steps. Iva waa Bitting on I -el la's lap
and leaning forward caused Leila to
lose her balance aud both fell to the
walk some four or flee tepe only, re
sulting iu the fracture of ore or both
of the boaca of the forearm of Leila
M u iu mey near the wrist. The acci
dent was uol the result f any Impmp
er conduct en the part of any one but
was oue ef those casualties w hlch seam
to come along with the course of hu
man event. Dr. Kuykendall wa
summoned Immediately to reduce the
fracture.
Mill mmiii l liiaugursted. although t miieh too aui.lt foe Iha ai tif lh ImukI
the iiiatur ha oi yel l.-en luad pub t rft Port laud the Slat of Jauuary
lie. li.e c.np.'.iiv ha. acted wisely In ,i,d baa l.-n II .lavs rrachlBg Ibis
On. matter a. the new ruas were cltv, au l is l.wked t.'.r Kugene. When
lnoeh l. long. ' will it les.-li that city?
lUtti.l.ur.- U.'t: Tht lUr.ubatg pso-fl-
nj l e BKalak bo Ibe) rsi(lord
t'l I t P.af I J am Ibrss Ho kiuoh
a. k '".ib Us tal N-LUlL, Im k .1 lb
tilif ouard, Irtiruarji I&.
IUkir IU 1. 1. Another g.ui.e of
lak.-t lll la-taen the ladles' trains
( the s. plioiiiure and frvshuieu claaav.
of the unlteraity wu lae. tins
iiioriiing, n-aulting iu a vu tury lor the
frvahmao trim l.y a Mn of 10 lo V.
1 1 ..id hall . la-ii.g plsyed at the gVlli
fiaaium this aft. rii..u.
Iwilj (iu.nl. r. bruarv IV
SntAMKR Kl'XKNK. OeV F. ClBW,
the agent of the steamer Kugene, re
ceived a letter from Cap!. Jones this
morning slating that the boat will com
Hi. us to run to Kugeue w henever the
river Is at a stage to ermlt It to do so.
ll was announced ame time ago that
the host would net niu this far agin,
l ot Ibis letter chauM the state of affairs.
II o i-lo so I rvmtrif a-.ai.-r, ibe -ch.ns
au.l leiiuai vf ILs C'bri.iua rboo b
ail'-l in iu staiuat r( a. itjr sub
.Vr-. ljr lal-T.aWl ll.lU' t U i la BMaleflt
.4-1. Itr I-, la.bsd, a UB ix is. lUa
1 lo.rtl i f m a .
l aity ..uaij, IrSruary le
I AT Hakhimiu it, -The Harrisburg
1 Iteview In a very ertuaive aud humor
ous article announces the arrival of
i "The llaby" at that pwrt. She will
likely reach l:ugene now without any
further tnuble.
a
Statu Oratorical Dkiluati;
The university classes have selected
delegate to the state oratorical con
test, which I to be held at Forest
limve, Feb. -Ji Mlse Julia Veazie
will rrpresrat the university in the
cntest. The delegates are: Senior
claas. Frank Mathewa and Miss lua
McClung: lunior class, t bar lee Me
Clure aud Mlsa Jennie llratlte; soi.i,.
.Miiore elaaa, K. P. Miattuck and Mia
Kdith Yeaiie; freshman claas, 11
K. Uichanls aud Mis Sybil Thu rat on.
Mahhivd Sixty Y.aks. An un
usual celebration wa held al I.a
Orande nn-euliy when Mr. aad Mrs,
lU.trt Palmer,' aged l and 11 respect
lively, romnieinoratl the sixtui.i an
ntvviaary of iheir u.arriso. They have
eight children, tuirty-Mi gran4 rhll
dren aud flfteeu groat grand children.
F.Hirteen guests were present, their
agewaggregallBg 1.U72 year, t.etieral
John 11. Sievena, am-d N', was the Vrt
vrauof aU.
A JL5T LETTER.
A cot.y of the fallowing letter
wa maileJ rotu V ett execu
tiye dct.artuictit each of Oregon a
i. i I., ,.,.n.tr.a. It IS UQV
ernor LorJ' approval of the joint
. .il... Iliin leol.lattirfi
memorial oi mo - e
relative to the payment of certain
money to the Indian war Veteran
by the national government. The
i. .... l,,. 1 1, l Ate of February
Lli
9th, the signature of hi exet-llency
W illiam Lord, ana is as iouue.
"I herewith transmit a copy o
if T M. Vn. 0. of the legislature of
Oregon, to congrws. This inomo-
rial Las my earnest approval.
plainly states established facts.
The sum of 10.01 1,459 was found
by a commission of the United
States to be rightly owing by tho
government to the citizens of the
...:.; Wr.haraaf ( T rvi.'CS Ten
IKIUV.WOIIi" -
dered and proirty furnished or
destroyed in me tuuiau w.
. n,i ia.'.A It was scaled
iwtl biivj
down arbitrarily almost one-half in
I80U by the tnira auauor oi
treasury, and there is justly due
the citizens of Oregon and Wash
ingltn the sum of 3,29G,C43. IX-
I. in nivini'Tit il imlefcllHihlo. I
should be gratiGod to have Oregon's
1 1 . ! ,.an.i ii n ars-i f lilal
r.ireful attention at an
eurlv ilav and earnestly suni)ort
such measure as it indicates."
IIOAEttINO 0LD FOtt SPECILA
T10.1.
There is a great gambling game
going on with gold, and the World
seems to have its eyes on tl e game.
It says:
The World has asked tho hanks
why they are hoarding S1,000,000
in gold for which titer have no uho
whatever. Their replies are eva
sive, shifty, insincere. They have
r.o obligations payable in gold.
Their notes aro redeemable not by
Uie.im'lvrH but by thu government,
and not in gold but in green
backs. The checks drawn by their
depositors are payable in psjHjr
alone, and in fact are paid in noth
ing elfe. There is no jxifsiblo rea
son for them to hoard gold except
that they rxect a premium on it
or Unit they wish to forco the gov
ernment to borrow money which it
doc not need. Their talk about
country banks occasionally de
manding cold remittances istoldcr
ol. They can go to the sub-treasury
ujon every such occasion and
exdiunge crecubacks for cold in
any (juatitity thoy please. The
banks still owe the public an ans
wer to the World's uestions.
THE I'AM'ADK RESERVE.
A bill has been introduced in the
house by Thompson of Multno
mah, to accrue to Oregon, for tho
benefit of the common school fund,
some 1MO,000 acres of school land,
being sections 1G and 35, embraced
within the Cascado timber reserve,
and the appointment of an agent to
select lieu lands therefor, and to
inmate, tho price of such selections
to tie sum nf 15 per acre, and to
increase the price of all state lands
to 12.50 per acre. The Cas
cade reserve was set off simply to
allow the school land board to se
lect lieu lands to speculate on them
and this bill is tho culmination of
the scheme.
The Statesman refers to ono of
the bills in the legislature as fol
lows: Senator Holt the Kpulit mem
ber from Jackson teunty, made an
ableapjK-al in the senate yesterday
uiurniiig in trie inieresi oi ms uul
asking that the three great parties
be recognized by county courts in
the aptiointment ol judges and
clerk of election. It was an earn
est effort to secure the enactment
of a law calculated to purify the
ballot. After a long debate Daw
son moved to recommit to the ju
diciarv with instructions to
amend sj that the bill would not
apply to Linn county. As this
would make the bill unconstitu
tional, such action would kill the
bill effectually. The objectionable
feature of the bill is that which re
quire the county judges to appoint
judges and clerks of election as re
commended by the county central
committees of the three leading po
litical parties.
House bill Xo. 53 provides for
an annual state license of 150 for
fire insurance companies and 1100
for life insurance companies. It
nevolent and fraternal organiza
tions, such as Masons, Workmen,
etc., are exempted. There is a
similar law in Washington and
otl.er states, and if this bill is en
acted il will result in increasing
tho revenue of the state some 130,
CM), considerably relieving the
burden of taxation on property.
The provision of the proposed law
are iust and equitable, and it
should have the support of all true
economists io the legislature. The
bill has parsed the lower house, but
the ir.suratu- compatiif will trv
il s'.r.ngle it in the stria!
JJy all means Lane county
should hold a county fuir. Citizens
of Eugene it depends upon you
whether uc!i will be the case.
Ilelp the undertaking by every
mcuns.
Five hundred and sixty-eight
bills have boen introduced into tho
legislature. It it a very fortunate
thing that only a small portion can
pass. Think of the disaster and
misery that is saved by this fact.
The Oregon ian alludes to the
anti-Dolph republicans as "refus
ing to act with the partv." Hut
isn't it ft little doubtful just now
which faction is "the party," er
where tho party isal?
About 11,000,000 in money
clothes, fuel and food have been
contributed to the relief of tho Ne
braska sufferers, and $50,000 ap
propriated by the state, and still
many persons are suffering from
extreme destitution, and some even
starving.
With the swearing-in of the re
publican senators from the states
latelv unrepresented, the senate has
ceased to be democratic, but it will
not be republican by a long wayB.
The balance of jiower will lie held
by the populists. As tho United
States senate now stands it com
prises 43 democrats, 39 republicans
and 5 populists.
The Dalles Chronicle says: A
dispatch from Scranton, I'enn., yes
terday announces the deatli of
Judge Handley of that city. He
was the brother of Mjor Handley
lute of this city, and was very
wealthy. Several years ago he
made a will, leaving all his pnK-r-ty
to Kddio Handley, his nephew,
but the latter dying soon after, tin
will was, of course, no effect. He
leaves no relatives unless in the
sixth or seventh degree, and it is
quite probable that tho dividing of
his estate, valued at 18,000,000 will
cause considerable litigation.
Tho "pay roll" of tho Nez IVree
Indians, whose reservation will
soon be 0cned up in Iduho, con
tains about 2,000 names. In ii
few weeks tho government cheeks
will be ready for distributions
Kaeh individual Indian receives
$.100, so it will bo seen that lar.s
famili-s will be able to handle $'.',
500 to $3,000. 'i he recent reports
of procctive serious disturbance
seem to bt! devoid of truth and il is
0cnly charged the rumors have
been set iu i)cration by cattlemen
who have heretofore enjoyed a tn
nojHjly of the rich grazing hinds,
which are now to bo thrown open
to settlement under the homestead
law. The 0eniiiR of the Nez Perce
reservation should induce a genu
ine boom in that section of Idaho.
Statesman: "The homestead ex
emption bill as it passed tho sen
ato is modeled after the Illinois
law on the same subject and al
lows a homestead exemption from
execution to the amount of $1,000
together with minor exemptions,
and the exemption is valid until
such time as the youngest heir
shall havo attaint J majority. The
law is a good ono a much needed
measure and should speedily bo
come a law, as the present home
stead exemption law is thought to
be void by reason of a clerical er
ror of the 1893 session which en
acted it. I$y reason of this error
an amendment which passed both
houses in 1893 does not appear in
the law as it went to and was
signed by the governor. The
states of the union, with a possible
threo exceptions, all have homes
stead exemption laws. Tho only
dissenting votes on its passage yes
terday were those of Price, Haley
and Simon."
The Moores horticultural bill
which passed the house creates a
board of six members, ono from the
state at largo and ono from each of
five districts as follows: 1st
Multnomah, Clackamas, Yamhill,
Washington, Columbia, Clatsop
and Tillamook. 2d Marion,
Polk, Benton, Lincoln, Linn and
Lane. 3d Douglas, Jackson,
Klamath, Josephine, Coos, Curry
and Lake. 4th Wasco, Sherman,
Morrow, Gilliam and Crook. 5th
Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Dak
er, Malheur, Harney and Grant.
To hold office for four years.
They shall have a secretarr at not
more than $1200 a year". The
board is clothed with Uie necessary
powers of regalating, inspecting
quarantining, disinfecting, etc.,
necessary to protect the fruit
against the introduction and
spreading of diseases and pests
among fruit trees. The members
are to be appointed by aboard con
sisting of the governor, secretary
and treasurer of the state. They
have power to appoint auanntine
guardians in each district when
necessary and to pay them $2 rfr
day. For the support o! the board
and prosecut:ou of its work the
coming two years, $9,000 is appro
priated. It is considered by tn'st
fruit men a very pool measure. It
is practically the same as the P.al-r
natebill.
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