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XJTABLIXIlEn KIR THE DIMH1V1TIM OF 0EJ0CRATlf! rUSriFLES. 1NP TO RAM O HONEST IIVISO BT TDR8WE1T OF HR BKOW
KUGENE, OK.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. 1800
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WEEKLY EU3ENE GUARD.
I. L. CAfiPBELL, PUBLISHER.
OFFICII -F.al side o( Willamette
Bare lib snd Eighth Olivet.
TKIIUIOK 81'U1CI11ITI )N:
On Vear, j
Advertising rates made known
AiMrru all biuliKM lellure to
Clocks. Watcnes, Chains. Jewelry, Etc.
REPAIRINO PROMPTLY DONE.
gWkM Work Warranted.
L. W. BROWN, M. D.
Pliyalclan and Surgeon.
OlHct and rmiilrnca over imatorHoe.
7 to V a. m.i Yi to t, to v p. m.
33. O. Xa VnreZES.
GRANITE AND MARBLE VOUKS.
New Dentgna and New frlcet In Foreign and
Domestic- Matble and Granite, Monument.
Ileadatonei tad Cemetery work of
11 klndi for 1M.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED !
W Ulatnette Struct, nur IVitnftlce. Eugeno, Or
fiL 0. WOODCOCK,
Orrtcg One-half block eoutb ( Chrlaman'a
a. B. liAXis, Jr.,
raid up Usb Capital 150,000
Surplus and Profits, $50,000
Eugene - - Oregon.
A Rxnenvl banking b lalneaa d.me on re&eou
hie terms. Sight draft on NEW YOKK,
UUIOAOO. SAN FKANCI3CO and PORT
bUU of exchange told on foreign countries.
Oopotiu received eubjeot to check or certifi
cate of da'.t.
All collectlone entrusteJ to n. will recclv
Lane County Bank!
(Eatabllihed In ISSi)
A general Banking business
In a. II branches transacted on
A. O. HOVEY, President,
J, M. ABRAMS.Casbier.
A. U. HOVEY, J it.. Asst.Cashr.
Will keep constanllj or, hand a full suffljof
PORK and VEAL,
Which they will sell at the lowest
i tair store ofllie rntllc patronise solicited.
:-TO THE FARMERS.-:
Wa will pay tho 'highest market price
for Fut Cattle, Ifogs am ttheep.
Shop on Willamette St.,
f aVMoata dftirered to any pa" of .the city
Irua ol charge.
J. F. FORD,
Of t)aa Moinra, low, wrttiw nn.Ur lta
Mrch 2:1, 1K'J3:
tf. B. Med, fq. Co.,
Oentlkmkn: On arriving home lu.-t
week, ! found nil well and anxiously
waiting. Our little girl, eight ai one
half year old, who had wasted away
to 38 pounds, is now well, strong and
vdrorous. and well fleshed UD. S. R.
, s - . . . :. . ...v.., ti
ouijn i;ure nt uone iu uma.cui
i-th of the children like It. Your 8.
R. Coui-h Cure has cured and kept
away all hoarsuess from me. Ho give
it to every one, with greetings for all.
Wishing you prosperity, we are
Yours, Mr. and Mk. J. F. Fobd.
Il jrouwith to eu lm.li aiiU cbrertul, and
rt-aity for the yri Ng'a work, rliaiia Hie ayatem
with lh Hp.il.rhe- and Urer Curs, by Uklnf
two or tbiMduM a week. '
fcold under a poaltlreffuarmnloe
' is ovdu per bottle by all drugguu.
B. f . HAJTELL, M, D,
PUTSIC1K! AND SUR6EPN
Office over Baum's clothing
MONDAY, DECEMBER 30.
Splendid .viuter vi-nl Iiit.
Tim bicycle Is three centuries old.
Commissioner emirt next week.
Ynran A Son huve it new n new ad
today. Don't miss It.
Rev I) E Loveridge wan u passenger
to I'urtltiiid tliiK morning.
Yiiqiiinu Bay Nc vs: John Lunml
and Roy fust- are home from the Eu
gene Univeraity, to spend tin ir vaca
tion. An Alnrht paper suys thai ex-Sher-ifl'
Marry Smith In in New York mid
contemplate returning to Astoria next
Fisher Wiitkiim weighed one of
theirChristmu beeves Saturday even
ing. It tl)-d tltc willed al LIDS lbs.
The luiger one w ill lie. weighed tomor
Rev W E Copeluud, In hi scrnion at
Hulein yeKterduy, replied to the attack
upon the Htute univerHlly tiy llie Rev
Rulard Cirunt In a licluiv ut KiiK'-ne
rueeiitly. The Oresotituil puMiiliin It
In ful tlnee coIuhioh.
The lilithoiiKO and fog sUnul at
tlie jmietlnii of the Williiine If w itli
th t'lilninbia river will lie put in oper-
i'iii Juniiury lit. 1 lie lit; it In n reii
ii'iib laiiiern auu tne I. u i a oeii.
tl U'lll lu. n f iiiit. ii.ti ii uli.ti.iii
J M dlielley, fannerly Klicrill f Lane
founty, I ms 'bet n, for' the I'll d term
tleelel prenidfi I of the eon aieiuiiil
lioludlvo int.-, K'inli'jti, n ilru iimerx'
ir(i,n Kuiion. Mr hhelley u ike tin
cii'i ll -tit presiilin- olllcir ui d N u
In si c'iixh t;elitlxmtill.
E ll or Clarke, of thu Wall. iChlef
lain, mum marred Wediuwi a nlKiit,
IX'c inber II, 1S!I5, to M Nellie
Llivl.er, nl Kntei pri'. .Ma their
prKifa ahviivK to wlthotit e:ror, their
edition hiru ntid mlwrriln'H prompt
to llilildiite. l.u UriiiidH runner.
I iii Orando Dully C'hroiih'le: Minn
Nelli4 8tcveiiK Ih fioinewhiit worked up
over the mill brought to oiml lier from
ollliv, but It U not probublii that thy
milt Mill Mticeeed. She tt'iould feel
xali-.fi)! Iiowever, with the knowledge
that, ilbea'eu, tdie will atill return the
Inurly iiiporl uud yniptitliy of the
people tf L'nioti county.
Cor vail in Tillies: Referee Wintd.
cot-k'a I'ourt convenes tit thu court
house 'ut 3 o'clock next Fri
day, fol' the purpose of taking re
bul'ul leiinony In releieuce to the
cluimx of C M Ituiid and John 1'
r'ti.V. Thly will i.robably bo the final
nil ting of Hit referee. Any other tes
timony olWed will be received ut that
Albany Democrat: "The stock
holderiof the Alliany creumery have
just received their Heml annual divi
dend or rotir per oenr.. uurniR
vcinU-r the kiilk furnishert received at
t lie rate of '2i cents per pound for but
ter for their milk. The present mar
ket price is 5 cents per roll. The
creamery Is a success beyond ex pecta
lions." KiiL'ciie should hnve a aiinllur
concern. must wake up and se
cure some iKiiuafacturhii; establish
ments or else wi- will fall in the re ir.
Allrrd C on I r r f ! ler a auclil.
Pknulkton, Or., leo. 7. Olllccrs
at Athena loduj ciptured a counter
feiter and found urn li s person fsti In
spurious coin, le was brought here
tonight for il louring before United
States Com rniBsUner Bean. The offi
cers have been working up the onse for
ninny weeks. Cawford isthecoun
terfeiler1 name, mul he hails from Ar
lington. It is thaught lie has scutter
ed falto money ill over Eastern Ore
gon. Louis IMt's, a young man well
known here, lint U-en arrested on a
chnrire of nussini' ounterfelt L'old colli.
It iscliilincd Ests circulated the 8l nil'
inatiufuctuied by Clawford.
NlralhiHVIe la sale.
Pdkt Townsknp, Wash., IK'C. 20
The steiiinshln Kiralnnevls, which
sailed from Tacoina October 12 for the
Orient and was ubiiiit given up for lost,
arrive! In port at 10 nVlock lust ninht.
In tow of the steiutier Minoola. Now
that the Strittuneviij Is safe, pruve fenrs
are entertained fori the g tfe y of the
Aiistnilliin steunisliib Mioweru, which
had tl c Stralliuevisl In tow tor tlve
.lavs. The c.iDtaiiA if the Miowera
iiei-sorallv nxsured '! thief old xr of
I lie li iib'led pteaiiis'ili' tlmt iilf vessel
would stunt! by ;U all haaaid ti render
nsxintiirci' In mximr lives. ei nine
oll'Ck.ie Klu'.terv hn-t Friday i ft rnoon,
ilurinj a virleiit ale,lhs steel
liuwsers rune! sliili e iiy. uii' i ic .urn-
wern isiuinesled I I (he stOiii . The
Miowtra hud tho Mrilljii-vn n tow
live dnya and had e ;l.au tcd h lurer
iMirtio I of her f u i. Tl e ni ;r told
the mntftin of (I n S-tritllmovM 1 tut the
Mituvera w uld have to reluiii to I'll
get Si.und for coal.
Commkkciai. (.i:n.-Th i comiuitieo
to solicit member., for tie eonnnerelal
club met today and formed definite
plau foractioii. The constitution and
by-laws fo the club 'mva been drawn
uoanil are now reatly for ad ption,
ufter npprovul, when tlie rciuired
iiimibers l ill 1114 lie II MlUretl. Ulll
about 30 persons have given in their
nnmessofur, but the coinmilte ex
peels to do some hard work within the
next few davs am! it is hoped i hut a
sulllcieiit numlwr will givf their sup
port to this laudable object. At least
75 or 100 names are needed to muku the
club a good success.
Case Dismiss:!. 6 em btate
man: "Hurry Rooth an ved in Die
city yesterday from Portland, hnvn'if
lust come down from Id ilio. It will
he renienitiered thut lie wus arre!ed
.ev..! months airo for obtaining tnon-
a.' under false pretense. Hisi.e
mi iliytnlaxed on motion of the irv-e
f.utlng allnrney, tcause or iiiitinicitm,
evldttiiee.1' Mr Booth resid-d in tliis
..tiu r..r u.vr.il months and hi mat y
friends lieie will le pleased to learn of
ttmuiinc I.ll KSiil.-v. I
Chrk Jennings today Uued the M
lowing uianiuge licenses: J allei
Smith and Laura J D-Vney; Scott
f iii.ii.v aiiil l.oia E Weslsw. The
young lady Is-lng under H yeais of
age, her parents filed their written
oonssnf with me ciert
Died. At the home of his nret.ts,
Mr and Mr Heiirv Bolin. on M diawk,
Drceti.ber 31. IV.Ij, Burl Bolin, i.ged 13
years. The funeral will be In Id to
il orrow and the remain i'lb rred in
the I O O F cm. tery ut Coburg Al 2
Write iS'.Hi tomorrow.
Tomorrow la leu p year.
A heavy wind this morning.
This lulu will raise the river.
Arcli Rice is ut Cottagd drove.
Kolu Neis, of Albany, is in the city.
Commlssiouers court incts tomor
row. Attorney Joe E Young is home
Watch parties will be numerous to
night. MrsJW Christian is slightly im
pioved. Leap yeur parties will be in order
Frank B.own, of Siuithfleld was In
Now is the time to make your good
Win Fubcr, the Albany bicwery
man, is In the city.
J B Rouse, of Cottage drove, did
business here today.
Hon C II linker, of Walterville,
spent last uig'it in Eugene.
A literary entertainment was given
til Fairmnunt lust evening.
The I'uw woman will now have a
chiiiuv 1 stitt is leap year.
Win Neis, of Spr;i:eftcld, was doing
bii-iness In Eugene today.
Mrs Allie O'Brien and dailghler
were pas-etn;ers tn Albany today.
Miss I.u'u and Myra Norris returnd
today from a visit to Junction City.
The hauls will all remain closed to
mirrow, ti tl celebrate the holituiy.
The bart er shops will ull close to
morrow ut noon, and enjoy a half hol
iday. Alloinex ( W Klnsey spent lust
i llit in Joiiclioti City on leal lusi-ik-ms.
Mrs Lioi el Sludge, of Sun Fiunclso,
is visiting with her parents in this
E R Bryson camt up from Corvallis
toiiay to bd ready for the opening of
Mrs L Bilyeu went to Albany this
forenoon to sk ihI a few days with her
Tickets' for the Arametill Concert Co
van lie procun-d t.i rviiwarzsciiiiu s
book st re.
Hurley Morris, reprefentlng Winter
& Harper of l'ortlutul, was in Eugene
lust lib; lit.
II II Stone won the diamond ring
mllK'd oil' al John lieu veil tie's lust
The Gvdsv left down the river at 7
o'clock this morning carrying a few-
tons of freight.
The l'onulist county central com-
mitteewill meet at tho court house III
Eugene, Juiiuury 8.
t hus. Edward Davis, a native of
Greut Brituin. tiled his declaration ot
citizenship in tho county clerk's olllo-
A game w 111 be played ut Portland
tomorrow lietween the roruuiia i in
vemilnyand Rutle, Moutuua, football
A mail is In town with a zither and
oilers to play In tlie stores for the small
sum of S cent u.
Prinevillo Review: Alex Davis a
prominent fctockmunof Meadows i-pent
the holidays in Priueville.
Dr and Mrs D A Paine and daughter
Miss Carrie, returned to Salem today,
alter a shoit visit in this city
J D Schtird, J U MclCnlght, Frank
i Davis and Frank King, all well
known lVitluud drummers, are lu the
Arthur J Collier of Portlund Cniver-
slty returned to Portland today after
sH-iKlliig the Holidays at tne iiqiiiw oi
his parents, rroi aud airs womer.
The room In tire Marx building for
merly accupied by Crowell Is being re
lilted und Mr Luckey will move his
stock of goods Into the sumo tomorrow
or next duy.
There are always jieople who
though never in a priming utllce and
patrons of their home papers- -cull tell
the editor how he fan best successful
ly run Ills pupr.
L'lkevli-w Examiner! The sleigliinn
w as never belter In this part of Oregon
than nt the present time. Char, cold
weather, uud Just enough snow.
Tlie postofllee department liassini
pliilidthe uppliculions for money or
ders. Tho blank Is not over half as
large as ti e old style. Postmaster
l.'ruig bus received a large number f
There le Just now a large run of
sled head salmon In tlie Wilson,
Trnxk and miull rivers tributary. An
old Tillaiimokcr suys It Is the largest
run of steel heads he lias ever seen In
There is a wonderful fusel nutlou for
Jourtiulisni. Nelly Rly left the World
in nurrv a milliouuiiv. It didn't take
long to satisfy her w ith housekeeping
and she has returned to the Wor d and
is writing up police courts.
The large hog exhibited at A K
Pu.tersnn's. market was welghdMi
urday evening. Tlie porker tipped
the scales ut 624 pounds and Miss
Clsra Stafford won the fs cssh prize,
having guessed the bog al pouinia.
Henry lleycr. of Madison, Soiitli
Dakota", arrived In Eugene this morn
ing, and Intends permanently loca
ting here. His mother and sister will
also move here In He spring. Mr
Heyersuys the winter l.a been iitil'.c
miid thus fur.
Alex Jeflfijon, who killid William
Tom, both Indians, with a nuil uller,
ut the SilelZ
res-rvalion, wss dm
utodv, after his pre
llmlotiry exae.i. ,ii n; mu l ie K"i
jury, 11 Is said, will furlhvr iuvesi I
gate the mutter
Pertlunil Uiegoiilun: 'Portland
univeisity f'K't bull team is getting out
a souvenir book similar to thut of the
Butte's. It will Include pictures of all
the Oregon teuuix, Including the
'Varsity. Multnomah, IVrtlutid,
ii,,, Kugcnu, liUU oho
i-v,,n academy teams."
i and Bishop
i.iiullei' Bros, have commenced an
notion sgaiiist E M Warren in the
La tie county circuit court tu ftireche a
mechanic's lien. Judgment U anked
1 T it'U.4-und ciels.
Two gentlemen arrived here y-ter-4
,y evening from the upper McKeii
They left Blue River LVcs-intsjr
being tlve feet deep tliew
at thut time. They were seven and
one-half houra travell.ig the first six!
The steamer Farullon, which plies
I... V.. -...I .J.. I.- 1
oeiweeu luiiuiiut unit nun r miii-e.i -w,
left for the latter port yesterday, liav-
log been delayed several days by the
storms on thu uccan
Today's Salem Statesman: F H
Bryant, who has U-en e'lgineer at the
state reform school for some time pust,
will tomorrow clvo up the duties
that position to F H Kinsey, formerly
of Eugene, recently appointed by the
Governor Lord Is In receipt of a re-
iiuest signed by Peter Costello, late of
the rnnricentn Maine veterans, and
(icoigfl M Denendorf, Gold Beach, Or.,
asking for authority to open a roomit
otllce to enlist soldiers for a war with
England. Both men claim to be vet
erans In the war of the reliellion.
Yesterday's Pendleton K O: Mr and
Mrs Wesley N !l:i!kK:k expect to leave.
tonight for Los Angeles, Cul.-' It icr
their intention to remain In Los All
ude pi rmtineiitly, w hero Mr Matlock
w ill go Into thu real estate business.
The iiei-msncnt departure from Pen
dleton of Mr aud Mrs Matlock will
cause general regret on the putt of the
many iriends they have I ere.
At 2.4"i p in yesterday a resolution
for the re-ori-aiii.utioii of tlie I' S sen
ate was olleitd. Gorirun culled for
the ayes nod lines in order to test the
strength of ll.e republicans. The first
populist tchtili r called wus Allen, who
diil i.ot vole. But ler did not vole,
democrats Ml vottd no. Kyle voted
no. Peilerilid not vole and Stewart
also remained silent. The re-orgalii.a-I
ion resolution passed the senate yeas,
30; noes, 2-S, thus instiling republican
All MU'il Ip.
Albany Democrat: The manner in
whiCii bank stock was assessed this
yeur by the different counties wus
ric iculoiis. 1 Iere is the result :
Baker county nobunk stock shown;
Benton county, assessed at 60 per cent
of pur vulut ; Ciuckuiiiiis county at 73
per cent; Crook at U0; Coos, Curry,
Columbia, Grant, Harney, Josephine,
Jackson, Klamath, Lake, Lincoln,
Mulheil ', Sliermau, Tillamook, Well
ington, Wullowa counties, no bank
slock shown; Clatsop ut 70 per cent;
Douglas 40; milium 60; Luue 110; Linn
.'; Marlon 70; Morrow 00; Polk 7-V,
Umatilla lio; Uulotl 00; Wasco 75;
Ynmhill loo; Multnomah, First Na
tional bank, 105 per cent of pur value;
Commercial 64 per cent.
Even Hie state board of equalization
was confused, and repirtcd: "We
confined our Investigation to national
anks. With the Information we
huve wecunuot determine what would
be an equitable assessment of bunk
stock of each county. To reach such a
conclusion it la nccMSHury to know tlie
ainount of surplus and r undivided
nrollta of each bank. We believe,
Iiowever, that the actual value i f the
shares of stiH'k cannot he less than the
par value of the paid up capital
Holidays. Not very much atten
tion Is puld to legal holidays in Oregon;
but a kuowledge on the sulijxct w ill do
no harm. Here is lisi from the
statute ilM'lf. "The following days
shall tsa und are hereby declared legal
holidays In this stule viz: Every
.tunduy, the first duy of January, the
22nd duy of February, the 3dili duy of
May, the 4th duy of July, the 25th
day of DcceinU-r, aud every duy on
which an election is held throughout
the itate, ami every day appointed by
president of tho United States, or by
the governor of this state for a public
fust or thanksgiving or holiday. Nego
tluble Instruments payable on a holi
day become due on tho next business
day." Then on February 21, 1HS7, a
section wua added to the statue w hluh
added lalsir day: " The first Saturday
of June of each and every year shall
be aud the Hume Is hereby set uni rl
anil declared to be a public holiday,
under the iiiiiuo und title of labor
liaily Ciuard, iH-oember 31.
Tim Bkhikst Yur. D is something
unusual for u trouisi like tlioCln.so
stuck Cuuiniitiy to remain in a town
the sine of l'Aiuene loliL'er than uuu
week, but, aun.rihing as it muy seem,
this popjlur company Is starting out
upon the second week with even more
success than In the lirst. Lust nigh'
the biggest house yet wus plen ui to
Heu the play, "Uncle's Durling."
Every scut was taken and many were
compelled to Hand. The use of the
speclul scenery In this play wus very
elleetlve, and it wus, on thut uccount,
received with Tur mo e hivorontlie
pail of tho audience. The players all
eitillted themselves lu their Uuul
pleasing u.. inner, lleltio Bernurd
Cliiise in the title rolo "Durling" Again
winiilnx popular favor, M Daniels,
by his excellent playing of lust night,
has also made, himself more popular
with the people. The company will
piny "The Kentucky Thoroughbred"
Dally ntiaid, bui-cmber III.
Am At Homk Mr and Mrs W K
Scarborough gave an At Home at
tluir residence on Tiiith and llls-h
streets last evening in honor of Dr and
Mrs DA Puiue of Salem. A veiy
pleu.imiil evening wag hud by ull those
i resent. Refrishmelits weie served
din ing the evening, and a pot tion of
the time was ni-enl In playing w nisi.
The first nrl.e wus won by Mrs Hen-
r I lull niiiti I lie speiiiid iirizii hv M rs
J t: Church, and the huoby, by Sirs D
A l'.iiue. Those present were: Dr
and .Mrs u a rume, urinu .ns i ,
Hurris, Dr and Mr F W Preiiiice,
Mr and Mrs J S Luckey, Mr and Mrs
. i. t. i ii 'I- tr
I J C Church, Mr and .Mrs Henry lion-
uiaii, Mr and Mrs Jauies llollumu,
Mr und .Mrs t rs I v--' wj .ir aim .urs
LtJAduir, Mr und Mr W K Scur
Ijoroiigh. Daily Guar I Ie toibtr I I.
Oit ok BrsiNKsM. EC Siiilth, who
fortliu past six years bus been en
gaged lu the ar.sjery business hi this
ciiy, today cI ish! out the remaining
poitioii of his sPs k to I K Pitas, of
tlie Ninth Btreet tiHjd store, who will
ell il in connection with mli feed. Mr
Smith thai not exsct to enguge In
soy ollur busiues at present, but will
spend the time for the next year or
10 looking after his luiul lot rests.
Maiimd. In LuiP county, Oic,
gon, Dec Lit, 1H!', by R"V A D Skaggs,
William LOweu and Dlnuli C Cox.
22, the snow I
II P I ftnJ nnnimlec innan
U. 0. Lfillll UUIIIllllOwlJllul .
Jot'l Wan,h:ivinjj; boon ap-
i , T , , . .
pointed I. b. I HTUlt ( Oil ft
. ...... ;cw:,inilP f,1P t1w, ,lUti-i.r.
of Oregon, is now prepared
to make Homksit.ad Kii.ixis,
Final Tkooi-s, ami take tes
timony in Coxti'.st Casks.
Having had thirty years ex
perience in this line, he will
guarantee satisfaction in
every case. Oflice in Ihkl
Fellows' Building, Eugene,
Uurdet rr Samuel tl. llrown Again at
Monday's Rosebiirg Plaintlculer:
Sum llrown, who was under sentence
of death for the murder of Allred Kin
caid at Oakland in August, 1S:I I, es
caped from Jail this moi'iilng illioiit 8
o'clock by sawing ott the bar of one
of tlie grates on the west side of the
jail some time previous. Evidently
lie has hud assistance of friend oil llu
outside. He wus locked up in hi cage
lust night us u-uul, und wus let out In
to the corridor ut about 7 o'clock this
morning by tho deputy shentl, who
went to get Brow it's breakfast, At 10
o'clock this n orning he wus missed.
Thu hums sprci.d like wildllre, and
soou the city wus in a stale of n r
uient. The citizens were soon rushing
to und fro, converging to lite jail to tcu
the hole in the grule through w hich
Brown hud Hindu his escape. Ho hud
sawed oil' two burs of thu grate, w hlch
made an opening 10x12 Indies.
What is very strange, is tlie fuel thut
making his escape in broad daylight,
when eop!e were stirring uuuul, he
was not observed by some one.
Robert Hiuiiiuu, w ho was uu inmate
of tho jail, report thut at thu time
Brown escaped he saw through the
south door of the juil u man with an
elra horse on Doug as street ill front
of the court house, uppaieully wait
ing for omu one. But thut i dis
credited, as ut the hour Brown made his
esciie that street could bo viuwed by
hundreds of ersons, and such a move
inent could not fad of being observ
ed. At 11 o'clock John McCurdycnnio
up from fishing on IXtir creek north of
town and repor's that ho suw a man
whom he thought to be Brown going
east up the creek u short distance from
him. Being well iicquaiuted with
Brown he thought the man si lirst
sight was Brown, hut rcllectlug thut tl
could not bu him, iu he thought he
was securely lodged In the Jail, dis
missed tho mutter, thinking thut il
wus some stranger who strongly re
sembled him, aud gave tho mailer no
further thought until he came b ick to
town and suw the unusual commotion
around the tail. This Incident ho gave
to tho shell il aud went with him to
polutoutlhe place whure he saw the
man w hom ho Is now certain wus
Shcriir Cat heart hns offered a reward
off.'lUUfur the ruptuie of the fugitive
and Deputy Sheillf Shiuiibrook f 100,
it Is s dd, und both uro scouring the
country. At the hour of going to
presj Brown was still At large.
Visitkd Eugene. Win. C. Wills,
a member of the state board of equali
zation for tlie 7th district, writing
frtwi Suleiu to tho Priueville Rcvl. w
underduteof Dec. 17tU, suys: "Your
humble servant visited Eugeno last
Saturday and remuined over Sunday,
as did three more members of the
board; and, while there, we had Prof.
Condon tell us of the footsteps of tlmo,
and how each aucco.'ding period de
velops something of a higher nature.
While listening to his words I felt that
wo had no particular reason to no par
ticularly proud of our ancestors, but
that we should lj proud that through
cultivated Intellect wo are enabled to
unlock the m.steiies of time mid solvu
the most dilllcult of problems."
What to no With a Bai Tkmi'ku.
Starve it. Give It nothing to fe d
on. When something tempts you lu
grow angry, do not yield to lliu temp
tation, it nuiv for u minute
or two be 'limcuit to coniroi
yourself, but try it. l oreo your
self to do nothing, to say noth
ing, and tlie rising temper will be
obliged to go down becuusu it bus
nothing to keep it . up. t he person
who can uud does control tongue,
hands, heart, lu Hie fucc of greut
provocation, is a hero. The world
muy not ow n him or lo r as such, but
God does. Thu bible suys thut "he
thut ruleth I is spirit Is better than he
that laketh a city."
Tiik Statu Lkvv. Salem State-,
man: Sometime between the 3d of the
coming mouth aud the 13th the lax
levy for the stute purposi will be
made. Just whut the levy will he isa
matter of conjecture as yet, even with
the powers that assess It, but that II
will bo very much bicher than thu
lust. Is fnelv Admitted ou all sides.
It issaid tliis Is the "high" year or
this administration on account of lust
year bell g "low" with the preceding
slulfof atate olllcers. This Is accounted
for on the hypothesis that last yeur the
levy was made to meet only t he ord!
nary current (XpetiH s, while this
year provision must lie made to meet
the appropriutloiis of the lutelamcut-
Rich Omr A-hlaud Tidings:
.sunn! veiy rieh ore has be"ii s'roels In
I'm II M il urn mine, some pieces
showing quuiitiliis of free gold. One
ounce or rock poillioeil in n mortar
yielded 1. 12. This Is U licved to be
one of the Isvst propositions lu the
state. The ore ss?cluiena uru certain
ly the finest ever exhibited lu Ash
land. The mine l located on the
I'.illinus farm lust north of Ashland.
One pleeo of the quart shown weigh
ed 175 pounds.
A Chanhk W R IlollenUck, who
has been filling tlie position or drug
Clerk l' V Hemenway's drug slore,
has YiglMJ his place. lie will be
siisrs'iled by E K McMichael, r
.NOW WKVKS SVIIl'KS
llt VI on tin
Portlund Sunday We come: Tlie
many ucqiu ;iitnncca of ir J J Btli,
lato of Boise iity, but not.' located at
Salem, decor itcd with snipes, will
pleased to lei rn llnil the professional
horse tooth extractor Is now engaged
at labor iu the stove foundry of tho
peiiitenliii y. He was arrested several
weeks ago for pocketing numerous
articles ot Jewelry ta-louging to a lady
ot this city. As'thostnte hud A eleiu'
case i.galiiht tho doctor, he was quickly
Aioul two months ago tills same
man sent a liotu to the ollhv of tho
Welcome alleging that lie wus about to
enter the bonds of legal matrimony,
The woman whom he wax about to
marry us the suiiiu who prosecuted
him for theft. Ho had toyed w ith her
iiltectlons, gained her lovu and ulao
her jew elry. She was not to I c fooled
in any such manner, holiee th. trouble.
Bill lias a wife and family in Boise,
w hom he left In poor elreiimstutiecB,
ami hud ho huve married the woman
from whom he stole, theie would prob
tibly huve lieeu an additional charge
placed against him of bigamy. But a
day or so before the time for the nuptial
knot wus to huvo Peeii lieu, mo guy
doctor lied In another part of the stute.
1 1 o will now have Itniu to thoroughly
see the evil of "doing tip" A love-ln-eliiutl
woman. Thu woman ou the
other hand litis, no doubt, been taught
to wi Igh the pleading ol her lovers bo
fore Inking them too deeply Into her
Di e. at).
n entertainment to raise money
for preaching wus a success us far us
muic and rp'r weie concerned,
for wo like sa -red music. Waltzes,
quadrilles, gut idling for a ling, dune
lug, etc, with Icniy of 111 feeling, pro-
Born, to Mrs Win AleLein ut Ciimp
Creek, a sou.
Born, at Pleasant Hill to Mrs P
Shelley, a son.
Last Wednesday evenini Dr Russull
of Thurston va called o Pleasant
Hid. It win bout 11 I
il when ho
crossed, tlie riu r ut Jaspoi
day the vu rose s
could not croi - ut the I
ry ami ho
.shell n nl
18 lU his
; unable to
to it Mas
i auo. He
hutl to come
ei mo to j
hospital week lefore last '
lie was sullc in ' Willi p
head and his i lit tat was
he could not i .ie ik. Bel
walk, he wa ipntle c iinl'o
next day ho w is delirious
throat could hi looked
covered with i false nielli
bus had to tie watched h
mil at present writing Is I itter. ills
guined his seuMs. It was i
Salurj Act (Vnstri
Judgu Lowe I, of Pendleton, Is of the
opinion that iu order to warrant a
clerk iu collecting any trial fxj under
tho net or 1'ibiuiiry 'Si, !., there
must be iu the mum suit or action In
volved some formal trial of Issues,
either of fact o:' uw, before the court
or a Jury. "Under this view of tho
case." the ludi'o says. "It is clear that
a judgment or decree entered upon de
fault, or In u cause where a demurrer
is interposed or upon a referee's report,
would not involve such trial or n cur
ing a the st at u to Intends shall re
quire the payment of a trial Tee."
Under nils decision, says tne I eu-
dletoii Tribune, County Clerk Bur
roughs can only charge a trial fee
when a caso is contested, u a judg
ment be taken by default or a demurrer
he can collect nothing. '
Dally (Juanl, tiucumbor M.
Lane ih Bkhuckii. The state bovrd
r equullzutlon yesterday reduced
value by counties lu class two (ull
real estate except town lots and I in
pmvements) as follows: Cliickuuius,
Jackson, Lai c, Malheur, Multnomah,
Wuseo, Washington, 6 per cent; Doug
Ins. 7 tier cent; Hartley, 8 per Oeiit;
Clatsop, Columbia, Crook, Lincoln, 10
per cent. All other counties uro leu in
tliis class as rot n rued.
Tlie uf.e'snieiit roll lu Lane county
its returned on this class of lands wus
II. 100.117: iisetmullzcd. t3,80.-,,425. The
bonrtl expects to complete Its labor
Thursday, ut which time the tables
w ill lie properly signed and llled with
the secretary ol state.
Dully Uuanl, December 31.
A Fa ut Load. The Gypsy left on
her down trip this morning Willi a
fair load or freli lit. She had between
II and 12 tons of farm Implements,
leather mid oil er stull. Ilia bout ex
pcrlcnccs no d llculty in running to
this city and always chines In ou
time. The OR & N company Is do
termined to glvo tho people good ser
vice, and is d'-servlng of all tho pat
rouage Unit can be given them.
Dally liuiird, Peciiinber U.
I'.i.kcthic Lpjh rs. A kelson was
granted a 20 se:ir frunchiso for electric
light alsiut tw i month a
towns of Cot tie. a Grove ai
lie has llnisl i il his wor
o for the
and i he
plant started up last night
gives siitisfacti m. The pi
till midnight, Mill night,
t will inn
Wll.r. Co 1.1. n TllUKSI V.-The an
nual sod nion 1,1 . sqiiiiriu Taccounii
w ill occur Tin rscay, Jauii y 2d. Tl
first Is general v collection iy but as
the first duy 01 t lie year e generally
kept as a hoik ay thl Imp taut mat
ter w 11 ho pus pencil 1'4 hot rs.
Dally Ui. aid, Dceainlsii- .1.
Salvation Akmv. Tb Sulvatioti
Armv will Ir.tiuicurutP Heir service
tomorrow evel Inu In lids ') t". Their
bnrracks, lu tl el lirisnian t lock, have
ktremlv been e imfultulilv staled. All
Dally '.luard, I'i' -enils r ill,
Siikiiikk'h Sai.K This afternoon
Slieiifl Johnsi 11 sold 4o( a.-re of lam
lying in tlie Slntlden tract near this
eltv belonging to Willi Brown, to
Mrs II E bind !cn for f 1.1,500.
Makuikd. In Lane
a in. Dec "..', ItvKi, by V
V H irshhnr
.nr. recorder 01 rpnnuiieio, inuuu
. . .. ..I- .1 II 1 I .. all ..
Mcliieisou aud MuNltm HuUhin.
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
Alnuist evrryboJv ta!;rs some laxative
meJicine to cleanse tlie svstrm and ke.-r- the
hlooJ pute. Those who t.ike bIM.MONS
LlVLK KLCiL'LATOR (liqtiiJ or powdtr)
get all the benefits i f a milJ anj pleasant
laxative anj tonic that purifies the tlood
anJ strengthens the whole svstem. And
more than this: SIMMONS 1 IVl.R RrOU
LATOK regulates the Liver, keeps it active
and healthv, and when the Liver is In
good condition you finJ yourself free from
Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick
HcaJache and Constipation, and rij of
that worn out anj JcbilitateJ feeling.
These are all causej by a slt.gglsli Liver.
Good digestion nnJ tree .Join from stomach
troubles will only te had when the liver
Is properly at work. !l poublrj with any
of these complaints, t-v ilMMO.NS LlVf-R
KlHiULAToi!. Tbe Kinir ot Liver Medi
cines, anJ Better than Pills.
Una tbo Z Stamp In red on wrapper.
J. II. Zclllu & Co., lMilla., l'a.
A very pretty wedding was solemn
ized last night' by the Rev W S Gilbert
of tbo Presbyterian church at the resi
dence of Mr and Mrs Alnnzo Brown
on East Ninth street. Tlie contract
ing parties were Mr Eugene C Cole
aud Miss Mabel L Brown, daughter of
Mr and airs Brown.
About SO guests were present to
witness the ceremony, and at 8 o'clock
all present were Invited into the south
parlor. Miss Ella McAlister was
seated at the organ, and a few minute
later the bridal couphi entered the
rootn, supported by Mr Bert II Mil
ler groomsman, and Misses Edith
ano Myra Brown, as bridesmaid.
iuple took t idr position In front
, and Rici
. that made
, wuii ti imu o-eu
reens and house
Ullb"it lu a short,
eron iy said the
hem 1 an and wife,
tlrtd l'i A brooming
ool i-npe, trimmed
"lied hi her hands a
ferns. The groom
lace, and v
A ' trge numb 1 of pretty and useful
prestnts were bestowed upon the
you 1 it couple.
Arer thu mar l igo ceremony, tne
guests were Inv.ud to the banquet
table , which bi d occn arranged to
seat i.ll present. An elegant and tasty
luncheon was served, lu iwo courses,
after which a social time was hud un
til the midnight hour had anlved and
the old year departed and the new
came, when tho guests departed, wish
ing the new ly-wedtled couple anu oue
another a happy new year.
Here is Another Account of the way
Sam Brown, the murderer, eacaped
from the county jail at Koscburg, pub
lished iu tlie Review:
Deputy Sherlll Wui Cut heart teil
the following story:
"1 sleep In eue or the rear room
above the Jull, and Ed Rilllug aud
Another boy sleep in the front room.
At my request last - iilgni x was
awakened by tlu'iu At 7:30 this morn
ing. 1 went Into the Jail below a lew
minute later, unlocking the cage so
that the prisoner could come out into
the corridor. Brown was up And said
lie was fccHr.g very badly. He had
been unwell, coughing and vomiting
for several days. . I then went away
ami returned witli their break fust at
8:30. Did not see Brown, but sup
posed he hud laid down iu hi cell,
and set their brenkfuit dowu In the
corridor and went away. After An
other hour, somewhere near 11:30, I
passed by the Jull window und Illn
intiu, the ut her prisoner, called to me
saying that Sum wa not with us any
more. 1 asked nun 11 lie was tieau.
Hiuiiiuu must have misunderstood me
because ho answered "Yes." I theu
went Into the court houae aud told tho
clerk and Judge that Brown was dead.
We all came out and Illinium beard u
speak ot sending for the coroner, when
lie said thai fsaui was Dot ueao, ous
had gotten out We then Investigated
the mutter ami found that it wa true.
This la my w hole story of the aflair
and all 1 know About It."
Dally Uuard, January 1.
A Vai.uhle PAi'ER.-ThtOregonlao
today I a great newspaper; in fact II
1.. .uK.n.u,, .viirv ilnv tn til
year, and would be a credit to a city of
ii'iO.OoO people. The Annual edition
contidn 38 page of Illustrations,
general trudu reviews, and well writ
ten descriptive articles 01 1110 wiioiw
tulo ItcoiilAliiH two illustration of
the university buildings andcampu.
Tht . i tlole on La courty Is the pro
duc i in of Geo O Yoran, und would be
hart t j be excello Every Uregonlau
fho'i 1 be proud f our leading news-
HI lest Hono a W orld's Fair,
. old Medal, lldwlaler Fair.
it Perfect Jf"1