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V ANH COUNTY.!
jl cent, per P"'';!;I1UI(KH1I
i r .w v
i ' Walton, attorney-at-law.
T to loan on farm. Enquire of
""i f i fi W Riddle nmy bo round at
ii ill I)r 1 : . i ilvs atreet. between
Sj X"-7k ,!t,,
!t'rni for Sal'',
now thirty flue farm lit the
tile valley fr sale. Ihese
riu'ltf every variety In nix ami
Fur description list, uMdress
f om. M. MH.LKK,
Wilklns Ulock, Eugene, Or.
a lulloll chanrec-f the Spring
ottd and 'licit fair ahare of
rouage. 1 Will also run m uuny
aween Springfield ana nugeue,
k A. 01. tMKK.
' 4 cents per pound.
: Balk. S5.000 feet fencing at
iaud. Rustic $12 and tiiairlng
v i II trude. for wheat In mill or
man at 40 rent! a bushel, and
tattle or aheep at a reasonable
iikns, Allison & Fkldwekt
Elcienk, Or., Nov. 27, 1816,
have tho agency for a Urge
IiiHurnnce Company and am
d lo take un the policies of the
i :urance Co., of Salem, Orejon,
l: r alace them wllu those or the
I S Insurance Co., of London,
E. C. Lake.
i4 cents per pound.
I' Jj CHAMBERS.
IiiMirance Mo Ice.
sow prepitred to take up the
of the State Insurance Co. of
Ort'Kon, and replatw them with
Tone of the Urgent companies
World, allowing the unearned
6 of i he mate as part pay on
f . A. HANKIN,
fi:t Milch cow In exchange
1 work horse. Inquire of It
'Sure Cure Is a positive specific
Kline or cue L.iver ana ma
ty removing the urlo acid In
i It cures Rheumatism. 8. B
of Carthage, 8. Dakota, says:
jfe Parks' Sure Cure excels all
dicluea for RheuuiatlHin and
iordem," Sold by A. Ykr-
r i i a Utter wrliton by Rev. J.
1 1'Tiumi, of Dimondale, Mich, we
f M ioittsd to make this extract:
vuo hesltntlon In recommend
r Hing's New Discovery as the
i re re almost marvelous In the
of my wife. While I was
r if the Baptist church at Rives
jashe was brought down with
ionla succeeding la grippe. Ter-
'.'aroxjima of coughing would
urswith little Interruption and
ed as if she could not survive
A friend recommended Dr
New Discovery; It was quick lu
'i and highly satisfactory in re-
" j Trial bottle free st Hendsr
" in n's drug store. Regular size
I Eatray Settee.
I Cobdro. Or., Deo. 27, '05.
i came onto the premises of
:uel Builth, one mile et of Co-
'i! bay mare; about 15 hauda
v alitlit alx ut 1060 pounds, Mar
. iiead and both hind feet white
a Alao one sieer ralf; one
1 marked awallow tork in left
1 crop olT of right and spli ,
r?d and white spotted. Any
aing the above discrllied ai'l
i obi ali i pomiesalcn of sain by
Ig aumcleut proof of owlierUlp
itig all expenses and cost.
Jan. 2, 18!.
Mason, Mrs II
niU'rlin O K.
me: fclrharl. Ueo
Pennil, M C
Mi-s Mary Shreve. Arthur
Ki' uf nns wnt will niada on all
pKivai out. I'enona calllns tor letu-ra
waiu aavertm a.
J TJiCsa'o, P M.
v a secret n my heart,
p. ei Mare,
U!o i uld impart,
f" -eet Mar e:
)iud even fuirer be
"UHt alwsys use Parks Tea
I 4iroveiueut you will see,
i A. Yerinoton.
JI'illJ (iuard, January 2.
llation ir Officers. The
R of tlis World will hold In
I ofiinioersat their hall lu the
'' budding Friday evening,
f't. It will be for Woodiueu
f lailie and friends. After
flalion the evening will be de-
f Ully Guard, Januarys
Year Victim. County Clerk
. .Veu-rday evviiimc lamed a
license to Wllliaui J Yale
IU Wvi-afT Thu vnnuir lailv
t'Mi tr'' 18 yt,r "' ,h" written
- I'arwnn was nieo, wun
1 Ilia lil ll.wlia Mn I lfn
- . . - - - r
S. Uuwklns.of Cbattaunoga
"Shilo's Vltallxer -Saved
Y I oonsiilrr 't the lesi reme-
debliitatd system I ever
tor Dysja-ia, Llver or Kid
' ie it exivls. I'rl. 75 cents
duiiavrsou it L nu.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1.
Happy New Year.
Roads reported unusually bad.
Commissioner' con. t tomorrow.
The schools begin agalu Mouday.
The girls will now have a chauce.
The truckmen took a vacation tc
Many watch parlies ushered In the
buuii wuiker name Is now
J II Wilson went lo Collagn Grove
mis aiti ruooii
Hon Robert Clow, of Junction City,
wus iu cugeiie today.
The adiiilulKtratlou intenda Umilng
tluo.UOO in bonds at ence.
Notice the Iceuiidsaow scene in Hen
derson and Linn's widow,
wish biia freaton was a passenger
to cotiHge urovu mis aileruiHn.
E Bostwlek has been apxilnted post
master at Llewellyn, Lane county.
A masijue bull 111 be given touight
at Sbuiimle's Hall, lu WalU-rvllle,
Attorney Woodcock is exected
home to ulglit or tomorrow afternoon.
The receipts of tho county clerk's
oillne lor the month of December were
A very pleasant watch party was
f;lven at the residence of F hi Wilklus
"Detcon" Duvls went to IUrrlsburg
today and will attend the bull ul that
C P James U opening up i. linti and
poultry market, iu the Hule block on
The butcher tho a. I eloiel up at
noon toiluy. Also seveial oilier of our
Mies I lot and Utraie Cileman
relumed to Ilarrln'iurg todi y after
vifitlug lu l ilt city.
Jo iii F.uinly litis returned 'r in Bail
Joe. Cul, and ferinuneiitly o tted at
Creawoil, 11. h eojnty.
The banks hi J barber f ' wre
(! toduv. Ilien) two p.o .'Hsions
net in l i br clio-eu onori
Mrs Jm'k Demp-iev clur -d almoKt
$3000 from the un.'l.t given .ier tn
Mau Kii.iicij-io lat Friday.
Tlu Daii.v Ucaru is ii dix-puger
auaiii IhlHeveliuig. It you want rrvnli
locals siibiHtrioe lor tins pnpr.
The Pulvatioii Army oiiens up the
war tonight and they say they will
become a permanent fixture of the
C 8 Williams has returned from
Cottauu Orove and Lemati. He re
ports the electric plant at that place a
Senator Teller has diacoveied that
the averaue cost of buryinu; u United
(States senator is something over $31100.
Let'scall it $4000 apiece and Mulsh up
the li.b. Life,
Judge Robert Eiikiu and family ar
rived here this afternoon from Union
county and will visit for a time with
relatives ana menus.
Mrs J E I WlMiers left thlssfier
mam for Oakland where she will re
main for a month or two visiting her
daughter, Mrs W 1 Joinery.
W II Markley of Portland and MIhs
Ona Markley of Cottage Orove are
vlnitins in this city, the iniests of J It
Chrisman and N E Markley.
Tuesday's Salem Journal: MrsQ B
Don is, of Euirene, returned home to
day, after a few days' visit with her
daughter, Mrs II H Thompson.
Today's Kalem Statesman: E.
McElroy arrived home from Eugene
yesterday afteruiMin, where he had
beeu visiting His hither lor a low aays.
Bhllo's Cure Is sold on a guarantee.
It cures Incipient consumption. It Is
the best cough cure. Only one cent a
dose. 2octs.,&0ets., $1. Sold by Hen
derson fc Linn. .
Rev and Mrs D Leppert arrived here
today from Yamhill. Rev Leppert
will 0'itiuiicl me revival services,
which commence at the U B church
Mr and Mrs P E Snodgrass enter
talued about 30 of their frleuda at their
residence on .South Willamette street
last eveulng. The party watched the
outgoing or tho old year and the In
coming of the new.
Karl's Clover Root, the great Blood
Purifier, gives freshness and clearness
to the Coruplej.lon and cures Constipa
tion. 25 cK, 60 eta., $1.. Sold by
Henderson & Linn.
TheC P College ut Sods villa has
been Incorporato! with $.,0JO worth
of property. Among tho iristees we
notice the following Ln'ie co ir ty citi
zens: C A W.xi'.ev, J C Gocdi.le, J P
Hollal d and R II Sliacklett.
Pllen of people have pile. D Witt's
Witch Hawl Sidve will cu-e them.
Wlu n promptly uppliod It cure scalds
and Iiuiim vit!.ot the slll te t pain.
OsnuiiN 4 D :I a no.
E G I lurch, ut om time prs cutlng
attorn ty of this dii-tricl, is i lueclul
pem- no exaim nr, sn l l hinle I at St
Joseph, MlsHimrl. His I'anlly resides
lu Si.u Franchif H writoil aat be
think thut AIiImiii will be thsupubll
can iii'tnluee for pre blent.
I'rof McClure went toPoitland to
day lu be prctetlt at the mi t t:ni of the
committee, consisting of ono ihiiiIkt
of the alumni of each college eonvsned,
to decide to which college the foot
Imll pennant of 'U3 shall l given.
The committee meets lu Portland to
If suffering with piles it will Interest
you to know tlm DeWltt's Witch Ha
sel Salve will cure them. This medi
cine la a specific for all complaints of
this character, and If Inst rud ions
(which are simple) are carried out, a
cure will result. We have tested this
lu numerous cases, and always with
like results. It never fails.
Obbcrn A PkLaxo.
Oreiron sherln" w ho are so discern-
tented with their lot should move to
Idaho, where, according to a decision
by the stale supreme court, it was de
iileri that a sheriff can collect mile
ir nfMl cents a mile each way for
iu.rvlnir a warrant and for taking
prisoner from the place of arrest lfore
nmirt ni nommittiiiir magistrate.
with an lnriinvmnt for travelling of
35 cents a mile, the average sheriff
would le fouml verv little of the time
lu his office.
There are two reasonable things
which pvurvhndv should do: take
good care of one's health; and if lost,
regain It quickly, and to this every
body will agree. And theieareagreal
multitude of people who are su'et-d
that for bulb piirKes Simmons LWer
Regulator Is the Im-hI helper. "I am
tmuhled with torpid liver ami tinthiuK
jrtves relief s quick like Siiimi'-ns
Liver Rigulator." It. R. Su..nge,
Lake City, Fla.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 2.
A uiOHt beautiful day.
Is thut resolution still sacred.
Eugene looked lively today.
Dr. Flnley. dent Ut.room S.Dunn blk.
The river Is nine f n I above low
Keep your resolution at leant a
J W McOuIre, of Porllaud, Is iu
MixsHaltie Stowell Is home from a
viit to Salem.
Harry Tcmpletou is back agalu to
attend tho U of O.
Mrs Wm Catrow came up from
Junction City today.
Win Weber, a Junction City busi
ness man, Is In Eugene.
L C Henrlchseu, the well kuown
Portland Jeweler, ha fulled.
Mrs L N Itoncy went to Oosheu this
afternoon to visit a few days.
Attorney E R Sklpworth made
Junction City a brief visit today.
Herbert Eukin and w ife, of Cottage
Orove, visited In Eugene today.
Jas II Sharp, of Latham, did busi
ness lu Eugene this forenoon.
Iloadmaater Walt, of tho 8 V R R,
was In the city several hours today.
Pnf Baright, who has beeu visiting
Porllaud, came home this afternoon.
Bishop J 8 Mills was a passenger to
Porllaud on this morning's local train.
Miss Jesslu Park returned home from
Albany this afternoon after a pleasant
Hon E P Coleman and Wm Naylor,
of Coburg, made this office a pleasant
John Hansuker Is homo again. He
delivered a sermon at Independence
w hile away.
The stale board of equalization cut
down Lane county's assessment from
hlentvof collectors around toiluv.
Bills were generally paid promptly
and witli little gro Hug.
The Oref nnlan virtually declares for
President Cleveland tor a third term in
a double le tiled leader today.
Ml-hDra n. who lias beeu visiting
wlih Mrs lr Kuykendall returned lo
her home ut Diuln this afternoon
Preside!! I hapmau and Prof Fr idel
weal to Portland on this iiiornlnit's
local train o attend the slate teacher's
Miss Edvthe Hoffman went to
Pottlaud ibis morulug on the local
traiu to visit a few days with relatives
MrsS II Friendly and daughter,
M i Theresa, relumed from Porllaud
this aflernsiu after spending a pleas
ant week in visiting relatives and
"Deacon" Davis returne i from liar-
risburg this afternoon. He reports
the dance at that place a urand sue
ccis, but says, Harve Sommerville was
nilNtcd by several lair ones.
Dr. Flnley, dentist, room3,Duuu blk
The Salvation Army did not arrive
here yesterday, and hence did not open
their barracks. They will probably
be on hand tonight.
The Oregon Blade published at
Amity, Yamhill county announces
this week thai It wi 1 be published
hereafter at Monmouth.
J S Luckev moved his Jewelry store
into the Marx block today, and the E
C Smith stock of groceries have been
moved to I K Peters' etore.
Grant's Pass Courier: O C Rams-
dell and family left for Eugene last
week. Mr Ramsdell troes to do mis
sionary work for God's Regular Arm.
Christmas eve was not celebrated in
Silver Lake, In Southern Oregon this
year. Those who remember the ter
rible accident of last year will appre
ciate the reason why.
Parks' Tea clears the complexion
Mm. N. Meyelte, of Le Roy, N. Y.,
says: "I have used i'arks' leaana nmi
It the best remedy J h nve ever tried.
Sold by A. Yekinqton.
Corroborative evidence: "They
say there are fewer persons dying this
winter than usual," "es, I kuow
lots and lots of people who haven't
died at all. "-Chicago lteord.
The Salem Dally Jouanal appeared
lu a new dress esterday. We are
glad to see the Messrs Hofer pros
pering, as thsy are printing one or me
iveiiusi papers iu tne winaiueue val
Georse Moore, a working miner of
Grand Rotide, Or., celebrated his 102d
birthday on December He is in
perfect health, and does as good a day's
work iu ins piaccr as many ui mo
This year Is lean year and another
leap year will not coins around until
HHil. l his condition nas noi ocourreu
since M'.xl and will not occur again
until 20GU; at leist that Is the way the
uevspaer astronomers are putting it.
One Minute Cough Cure isnghily
named. I: affords instant relief from
sulterlng v hen nflllcted with a severe
cough or told. It nets on the throat,
bronchial tubes and Iuiikb and nover
fails lo giv - Immediate relief.
OsniRN A DeLano.
Albany Imprint: All sorts of ru
mors are s lost as lo who will be the
haiiztuai). who on the 81st day of
January will swing Lloyd Montgom
ery into a sphere of another existence.
11 Is now nenniieiy iearnu.ii uiai jiur
A McFerun. the present sheriff, will
do the hanging himself. Sheriff Mo-
Feron savs he Intends to penorm nis
whole duty as sherd!.
President Cleveland has announced
the commission to luvesimate me
Venezuela dispute, as follows: uayia
Brewer, of Kansas, associate justice
of the United Slate stipre ue court. ;
Ifielmrd H AlveV. of Maryland, Clllel
justice uf the court of appeals ef the
DUUlct f Columbia) Andrew I)
White, of New York; rreiisnca n
C ludert. of New York, and Daniel C
Oilman, of Maryland.
i',. renin Time: There was a til
imdu iii town Mmihiy. John
Stewart ws the buyer and A M Gray
was the seller. Five horses all t'lydes
and tirst clss, chsriged bsmls at the
price of $m Two of the animals
weighed alout I.flnO p ids, and
hmuif lit I'm each, an ither brought $o0
and the two lnthler animals brought
150 each. Mr Stewart expects vo iaae
these with others ot hit own horses, to
Tacoiua, In a short time.
t!,.ehurii Plalntlealer of Wednesday:
The latest J"ke of the season is that
si.ui ( llrtiwn matte itootl bis escape
from jail In broad da light ami,
r.r. has utted his pursuers, wuoare
.....iirniLr the country lu every direc
n,m "It Is morally certain thai be
hud help from the outside to escape
lull ami a'so to shelter him, as, unald
ed, he could Hot so successfully nave,
ofur butllttl the vigilance of the pos
H in pursuit of him, not more than
two hours sfur bis escape.
Dally (iuard January t.
A Hkokkn Wimk Lant nlht a
portiou of our bUKiness Iuiihis ami
resldsnces were In darki'ea, caused by
a brokeu electric wire. This morning
the company's employes have care-
I fuy went over all i.utsMe wires three
are now convinced the
some house. This afisr
break is In
are testing the circuit
which Is ten
iniles long, with
machine made for the purpuhe, but it
Is slow work, and it may tas a couple
oi uays to locate tne ureak. 1'ossliily
some person may know where the
break Is. If so the company would lie
under many obligations if the Infor
mation would be uiven them. s it
would save a larite amount of tedious
work, and prevent inconvenience to
patrons. As the water covers the
wheels at the station stsitni will be
used for power tonight.
After goinn over about six miles of
wire the break was Iocs ed in FM
wtlkins' residence, where it had sc.
cldentally been broken. Therefore the
lights will be ready for use tonight.
Pally Guard, January 2.
An Examiner' Imperative, It
was only a few weka sgo that a Mr
Marks, a nuser.vman, was here want-
Ing to ship some trees to Marlou
county, and It was only after the loss
of two days time that he was able to
do so, as under the law passed at the
last legislature all trees must be In
spected oy a person appointed by the
siaie Horticultural ooarn, nerore a com
ruou carrier is permitted to transport
iiieui. iiiuay oir " ens, oi Liieweliyu,
was here with 10,000 trees which he
wauled to ship to a purchaser in Call
foinla, Mr Adair tho railroad agent
om uoi uare to receive tlieni as
they bud not beeu iusiiecterl. and
the euulty Is severe If he should vio
late the law.and naturally his company
wuuiu uoiu nun accouniuiue u lie
should knowhiL'ly violate a rule of the
company. Now, Mr Wells is put to
considerable -xeuse and annuvaiice
solely becauao an tiKeut of the stale
board Is not located here. This should
lie remedied at once. The slate board
should attend to t lit I r du;ies or else
Dally Uuurd, January I.
ATOII I'ARTV O.V HlI.VAKD
Street. Miss Euitli Vincent gave a
watcn iiarty ut the home or her lather,
Wiu incciit, at 12th and Hilyaid
streets, last evening. A number of
young H-oplo were invited ami sajr.t
the evening playing whist while wait
lug for the new year toe'iue. The
llrst pr'ze was won by Mr Riilph
Hdains and Miss Myrtle Mc.Nrurray,
ami the booby by Mr Bert Whipple
and Miss ilattie Jennings. Those
present were: Mr Frank Mu.Murray,
Aliss Helen Jennlmrs, Mr Ralph Mo
Murray, Miss Myrtle Beach, Mr Oren
Hewe, Miss Hessie Jennings, Mr Bert
Whipple, Miss Hattie Jennings, Mr
Cyrus Whipple, Mr Ralph Adams,
Miss Myrtle McMurray, Miss Kthel
Vincent, Mr Dennis Chapman, Mr
Percy Adams, Mlsa Maud Gordon,
Miss Cecile Adams.
Dally (iuaid, January 1.
The Bio Bkef. The big Christmas
luef at flshei & Wst kins' meat mar
ket was weighed lust eveninir In the
presence of about 100 t eople. The Uef
weighed 1211 lbs. The $10 prize was
equally divided siiiong the following
persons whose guesses were as follows:
Ethel Reld 1211. Carl Reid 1212, An
thony Burr 1212, Joseph Davis 1211,
Ed McCornack 1212. There were 3S1
guesses In the box and they run from
800 to l'JOO lbs.
Uuekleu's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salvo in the world for
Cuts, Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Hheuin, K'ver Sores, Tetter, Chapiied
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
lo give pcrteci eatisructioii or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Henderson A Linn.
Our customers will please take notice
that we have removed our stock of
hardware and farm implements across
the street Into the Hendricks building,
where we will be pleased to inset our
Louqiimiller 4 Peter.
Ills llane lladlr Plastic.
WoonnuRN, Or. Jan. 1. Frank
Cummins' hand was bsdly msshed
today, while he was coupling rats.
Cummins Is a brakeman on the Wood-
burn & Spriniineld branch ot the
8 P railroad.
Sri i,i, at Large. Tuesday's Rose-
burg Plalndealer: "The sheriff and
his deputies have returned from a
search after Sam Brown, who escaped
yesterday, without hudlng any trace
of him. We do not oiler any theories
as to how he escaped or by whtse as
sistance he effected It. There are all
sorts of theoi les and rumors afloat, and
censurable comment by citizens, ao
cording to their standpoint, of view, all
of which are mere opinions tipou
vague notions of the facta."
Dally Ussrd, Jaaiiarv 2.
A Lively Time. As Mr J E Davis
was driving in a dog cart down Elev
enth street this forenoon his horse lie
came unmanageable and commenced
kicking at a lively rate, and started tn
run away. Mr Kimball, a student,
who was passluK by rushed and caiiuhl
the horso but the animal stepped on
one of hi big toes and mashed it bad
ly. Mr Davis received a painful kick
an the left leg Just below tin knee
laying the flesh open to the bone
Uoiu Keiitiemen naa their wounds
dressed by Dr I.oomis.
WITe Here's sn account of a man
who shot himself rather than suffer
the pangs of indigestion. Husband
The fool! Why didn't he tuke De-
Witt's Little Early Risers? I used to
ufler as had as he did before I com
menced takiag these little pills.
OHTRN St DELANO.
i :ri Tukiauently
Knifo or Operation.
Treatment Absolutely Painless
From Three to Six Weeks.
WRITE FOR TERMS
THE 0. E. MILLER CO.
mess : Rooms ;K-Tr. tsrquaia Bulldios,
Pally 0i-J. Jnii'iary 1.
We vlih you all tn kuow that we
are holding a series of special O.wpel
Meetings in the U B church an IVrrv
street, Is'ginulng Jsuuiirv Ut at 7 p hi.
sad will con l Inn.- IndtMiiitel v. The
tmsttir Rev (ieo Needy Is assisted hy
ltev I) Lepjs rt und wife, the SiiitfliiK
I'.vangellst. it la worth much lo bear
Mr Lepiert slug t tin kimicI. Services
will be held evenings. All are cor
illnlly luvlled to come ami hear lbs
Gosh1 both as It is poached ami
Mr Leppert Is n plain practical
talker. The kind of religion he teaches
he describes its follows:
"A ureal many penplo have religion
who have mil Christianity. The
former is a sentiment, the la Ier a
force. A Christian will never sticrillce
a principle for worldly gain, never
leave a duty undone or deviate to the
light or left of the straight ami narrow
path that leads up hill. A Christum
has a kindly word ami greeting for
everybody. To experience religion, is
not unlike having a pleasant dream,
It Is easilv fiirimtleii.
heart that does not Imply 4 chuiige of
life will bring no one Into heaven. To
cease from evil and be good, Is the
One of the features of these revival
services Is the slngiiiK; Mr and Mrs
leppert are talented 11 uslcliius. They
come to ua highly recommended by
many state paiers. Mr l.epert has
the rare talent of singing all parts and
excells iu leading choius and coinrre
nation singing possessing a powerful
and finely modulated voice. His power
in singlnif the gtuqiel Is truly captiva
ting. With good sH'ukinir and tine
singing these meetings should be at
tended with results generally beuo
Octal. Jail Delivery at Oregon City.
When sheriff Maddoek, of Clacka
mas county, st.irtid to lock up the
lirisoucrs In the I til atOiiro'l Cilv. he
illscuvcrtd thai four men hail escaped
throiiKh Uin inner rear door uy
wreucbing effone of the three-quarter
inch iron burs, and then hemlihi; oien
the outer door with a piece of luilrnud
Iron. The men who thus escnis'd are
Tom ( lark, an ex convict, held to tin)
grsnd jur;1 for I he robbery of the Red
front store; Wuper Wvlantl. uwuitine
re trial on the charge of horse stealing;
William Ucslerlce. held totheirrund
Jury for the crime of nie; Will Moore,
tne suit-ciuu swiutller. who hud nlead-
ed guilty to the churiro of runiilnu a
lottery, and had served about half of
his three months' sentence, and who
reported to the sheriff the story about
the murder of James M Brown thut
recently made such astir. Four men
remained iu the Jail, one of them be
ing Charles Montgomery, who killed
turaiu 1 tall a lew weeks ago.
l.tvslv asm t'rlcktt.
Although In ths Aral Innlanes ai iIiikkUIi an
alortniae, tne kidneys bucomo as lively ai a
Orlckut wheu a healthful Impulas Is givun to
them with Hiwt ttur'i Htumach llltlr, a pro
moter of activity la tliuw orgaiu which
couuteracts atemluncy to thnlr lelhargy and
dliease. Inaction of the kldnei , It thould be
remfiiitwrcd, In the tint tHK of thov) da uyer
ous renal tnaladii-a avaumt wlileh lh re
source! oi mtsitcal science aru too niicneg.
hauilcd In valu. I'eril Is lonnialleil ly the
lUllers, which avert! Ilrliiht'a ilix a-e. dialielu-.
dropsy, gravel and the Iruul'lea arisniK from a
weak liladilcr. K,ii ly elllcncloua l Il In
checking ami eradlcHtiun malsri I, i.llloua ami
uorvoila alluiellla, dyan.a, t'eliillpmloti and
rhtuipallain. ApiK'ilic and sleep aru lue
proved and convalescence hastened ty Its
bi'iiellcent action. 1 Ither when liealth la
almhlly or aeiioiialy lmnalrcd, the vilue ui Una
naniranve aim pruveuuvu mciiii'ine la M.t-iiiy
Impoktant. Don't you dare to re
fuse a silver coin no mutter how badlv
it is worn by long circulation. If you
lo you may uet Into trouble. The
United Slates supreme court, by a tie
cisloii handed down tills week, settled
a case that has been contested through
all me courts hv deciding that a man
who was nut off a tiaiu becuiise a con
ductor refused a silver dime that was
very much worn was entitled to the
$315 and costs which had been
awarded him by the New Jersey
courts. Chief Justice Fuller in dis
posing of the case said that silver coins
were a legal tender as lung as they Isire
the semblance of the coin. Paste that
in your hat.
We offer One Hundred Hollars Reward for
any ciue of Catarrh that cau not tie cured by
it an a 1 aiarm mru.
r J I'll K.N K 1 ill CO, I'ropa, Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have kuown K J Chener
fur the laat 15 years, and believe 111 in perfectly
honorable In all tiusliies Iriinsaciioni and llu-
aueially able lo cany out any obllgalluiia mails
by their linn
ii ca1 at i Fun, vi uoitiaaie iJiirttgisia. loicuo,
, Waiulnif, Klunan 6i Marvin. Whuleaalo
prugKlKta, Tilled ., nhio.
Ihill a I starrh ( uro la taken Internally. acting
dilecily upon Ihe btisid ami iniiroua aurtace of
Hie vHiein. rrlce J.i eta iwr liollle. buld bv
all I TugK 1st", iusllinoulal lree.
Pally Uuard, January i.
Basket Sik'Iai.. The basket so.-lii)
given at the U B parsonage last, even
ing was largely attended and wus a
social success. After lunch a prouriim
wus rendered, among the parte worthy
ofspeclul mention being a recitation
and some plunt'itloli snugs, wllh gui
tar accompaniment, by llev 1) iep-
iert, and a recitation by Miss Pearl
ltoiier. After tho pi 01 nun a social
time was had until a hue hour, when
the guests departed for their homes
announcing the svcnlng's entertain
ment one of the most pleusuul they
had had for many days.
Rkkionkd. Portland Teleifrsin: Mr
Fred Fined, second deputy In the cus
toms service, has resigned, owing to
continued ill-beulth, and Mr William
Va 1'ulluian bus been promoted to till
the vacancy. Mr Fined has been con
nected with the customs service for
three years. The resignstlon of Mr
Floed snd the promotion of Mr Pull
man will make several changes in the
custom-house, but there will be only
one new apioiutee taken (rum the list
of eligible candidates 011 the civil ser
vice list. It Is very probable that
Michael Harris and B I.Norden, both
clerks In the ofllce, will be promoted.
No excuse for sleepless nights when
you can procure One Minute Cough
Cure. This will relieve all annoyances
and cure the most severe cough and
give you rest ami health. Can you
afford lo de without It?
O; "lie km A DkLano.
Stili. Hoiik. The OiiKoniuu In its
account of the Portland UhivrMty
and Butte football gume says: "The
'varsity men played a splendid game
yesterday, and those wbo saw them
wondered bow Kuictne ever wus al io
to win Ihe Inlei-c-o legla s champion
ship." Ob, come oil.
Makuii.d.- At the resilience of tho
bride's purents at Irving by Itev II F
Nelf.MrS'Ott Dudley and Miss Laura
A Nkw Ykah'h (Jin. Horn, near
this city, Jauunry I, 11:nI, to the wife
of L Lock wood, a daughter.
PKTKi il" !AI.
The Siuge .1
The delay I
4::iilo't tM k tl
nxe.i llfi With tie
ir 4::,o p ..
I ftnk- urr '! hei i at
Is alicninn 'rtuii Foley
is tleluj. by bil
I 'Acnle ri' .
witter 111 (he .
He leavrs a
i is brougli that I'eier
iioprlctnr ( I e springs
b-en III .ltd tPi.p
'liilay evilm, last,
i'o and 011 1 luld unit
r.o iiiniirii I U his. Ilrt
bus Is en pr
for n is ti 11
proved and o
1 1 Utur of tie springs
h r oi yes a, anil IS
ihiiiuulioill I he entire
.'iTiiifily ni lotl at Ai
on, Arth'ir is now lin
It of tinnier.
is of Mr l.iiuey wen
ihn. ul his lillle'ilaUL.'li
Ur Nellie tin.
t dietl Cliris'.iiins even
lug, Sunday 1
I nit J Items.
Jan. 1, 1SIHI.
A II is ; anil don't forget it.
Bad colds are prevalent.
Rev Miller went to Walker station
lust Friday lo hold revival mei-tiiiKs a
few days. IPs wlfo uccompanit-d him.
The Union tstiiuluy selionl bus dis
coid limed until the llrst Sunday lu
(Icorite Young bus a new glil. He is
ul I smiles.
M K Kd wards and C K Warner have
hecu on the sick list the past few
The missionary eociety realized $0
from the little auction last Tuesday
In our items last week II was stated
Hint Henry Walker lived on Middle
Fork; It was a mistake. He lives on
Miss Unit Is MsltrHim visited rel
atives near SprlnglU-M last week.
Mdiiuluillil Ing (iulj.
A meet ing v. is hold at the ofllce of
Svaivviiid iV. Siiiipsmi Juiiunry 1 ut 4 11
111 for the pnrp wo of oiguiii.iug a club
lo induce nuiuiiliicturii.'ir In Kulciih
and l.iitui cou ity.
1 I- Simps 1 was elected chairman
of the mewling and M Svurverud sec
retary. A motion thut a cuiniulttee of live
011 permanent .irunlzatlou be appoint
ed by the chad to draft rilrs, objects
and by laws, aus uuunli lonely car
ried. The ilmir np minted M S Barker, W
li Mummy, C F Curd well Mr D11 Us
ui Ier and M .'-tvarverud 1 11 the com
mittee on oii; inl.ulion. .levtlng utl
Journed to in-t at theo IceofHvar
verud ifc Sitii; oii Jauuar 'Jud at TUiO
M SVA; I KUID,
C lilt fi I O.i IT C KSlT"
John islowe 1 Chin lestn 1 vs Ju ob
R Schrag; , nil ion for oreclo-ii.i'e
Judgment Is i sit. d for $11 .
S H Fricutl , vs 11 J J tea; to re
cover money. J idgiiivut ufessed for
OCA K.--Albany 1! aid: The
Oregon (Villi ul A, JOnsli : 1 Rullruad
Coiiipiiuy wbitdi bus einj ! yed a force
uf bridge nun and otu 1. workmen
during Die si miner In 11 imlrlng the
entire length 0 tliu road, tins laid olt
nearly all of Injin until 1 ett season.
Twenty bild i tarpeatevt ipilt work
yestertiuy tint I sprinK. Ttfo gangs of
wnrkini-ii wl I probably In kept at
work all winter but the intii n force
will not he ue 'ded until ladler weather
next spring, when It Is to Ihi hoped
many more will be put to work build
ing the road (astward.
A Woman I.i It. We clip tho fol
lowing from the Omul's Puss items to
the Jacksonville Times: "On (lie trial
ol Cliiiriiclton Perklnsi it wus tlcvcl-
oped thut tho mulu witness for the
prosecution, young Owens, ultd the
defendant were rivals for the smiles of
a young holy In town, and alio tent I
fled that the day before the arrest,
Owens exhibited a ticket to Eugene to
her, tiut refused to tell how he acquired
l erkins' mentis are Hopeful of his
Coughing Irritates the delicate or
gans and uggravutvs Hie disease. In
stead of walling, try One Minute
Ceugh Cure. It helps at once, mak
ing evpectoruliuu easy, reduces the
soreness and Inflammation. Everyone
Osuukn & DkLano,
Halljr Uuard, January 'J
Ariiivkd today. The Salvation
Army arrived nr. this aftei noon's train
I roui Seattle, Wash. They will hold
services in their barracks iu the Chrls
niun building louighl.
Markikd. At Thurston, Oregon.
January 1, lSlii, J Walter Smith anil
Miss l.uura J DuN'uney, Rev A H
Suuilermuu of Nutron oillclullug.
it i' I v 'HiT.T.KsiTiri'0mtoR Y.
la guaranteed In cure I'lli a and Con. ligation
or moiiey refiimli d. tsl rents I er Imz. snd
iwioiatnns fur , treular and 1 r-o hainll lo
MAUI IN ltl IiY, (sulatered I'hs maclat.Unpaa
ter, I'a. No I'iist.i J Answsrkii. Fnraalubr all
lliai t'lasa ilrucii n everywhere, and lu Eugeiit
0ri-nu by Okbiin. di iiulAiiu
i ? mi
See Ihck Nc ;lty in Our light Shd Window.
i r -- ai
a k' -j.w
i F T r! W i -,
Engi-ne I unar'i Clni).
ins of the
that a won
leui and tlx
ml cou, to
seems to 1
ii a iiitich
ourn.d a few wsekt
n's c!'j i be organized
ubjn t wasdlseusseii
.ulto u length. But
no o-io energutlo or
it Id take the lead in
mailer city than Se
lf a progressive wi
ins been in exlstenci
1 t, and there la n
t but thut
tf l ll'IIBtitldl l its tsiichlnira niw In
many women liavi
"l a em has ninny Intelligent, pre
itrcs.ive women, row, and with t
maty schools stij colleges there It
no 1 1' snect of tie numher baciwntii..
diminished. All ws need toereute'n
club that would he a credit to any city ,
is a nine goaueaiiiuveuess. Mutt Wl
do without an nriraiilnliiin i,t ui,,,l
undoubted benefit because of 11 lack o.'
that 01111II1 v? Will nut i,,ii,a r
competent women bike the lend, and
..1 .... . 1 . 1. . . . . .
iin .-Miniii uiu iresnge or uavitig thu
best clUb III Hill ktlltll tllA reeelitlf
orgaiii.ed men's club not excepted"
Notice for Bids.
Healed bids are hereby Invited for
running a free ferry oil the Middle
Fork of the Willamette river near the
place of A 1) Hy land's, for one year,
from daylight until dark of each day.
Might services to be paid for at the
same rate now established by the
court for the McKenxle ferry Bids
will be received at the clerk's office
until January 0, IS'JU.
A C Jennings,
From a local that appeared in ths
Register of Dec. 30th, ISM, the Im
pression bus gone out thut the Eusene
Mill & F.levalor Co., will deliver flour
to the consumer. Wo want to state
positively that we wilt not deliver
flour to others than the dealers, and
that we expect to supply the consumers
of tills city through tho grojery stores
exclusively and not direct from the
Euukne Mild & Elevator Co.
Pealed bids are hereby Invited for
furnishing Lane county, Oregon, wllh
30 c( rds of grub oak wood, 4 feet long
and not less than 2J Inches in diameter
at mall end; alio, 20 cords of split
hot j pine wood ltl Incbei long. Said
wo 1 1 to bo delivered st courthouse
mil '.II not later ' tan A utust 1st 1890.
I i 1 1 will be re' Ived lor furulshiui;
the ald wood t the clerk's ofllen
un i January Oil lS'JO.
A. C. Jii.N.NINOS,
Wb taby was sick, wo fare her Otsto.V
Wh s s is was a CLIIil . ths ork d for Csatorta,
Whin s is became Mi s ahs clung to Caatorta,
tVtvsi sis had Culklii a, the gaveUuai Casturka.
Xotlce to insured.
1 1. iu prepared lo rewrite all policle i
now In forco In the State Lustirauco
Co lu one of the largest companies In
the world and allow the unearned
premium of the State policy on tho
new policy. Rrinn In vour nollcies
and suve your Insurance.
Om. F. Craw, Agt.
Wanted. To exchange, awelllin
proved farm lu Sherman county, con
sisting of 480 acres, 200 under cultiva
tion, 820 fenced, good buildings, good
water, and one mile freiu post ofllce,
for property iu or near Eugene. Ad
dress or call at this ofllce.
One Minute Cough Cure Is a popu
lar remedy for croup. Safe for children
OsuuHN A, DeLano.
Tim Rivkk. The guage at the rlv
er at noon today registered 12$ feet.
It Is uow slowly falling.
1 " i S sSysSvaaBaHanaaaaaaaaaaaa
Salem Journal: Dr II C Coley, of
Hubbard, Is uuderanest ror practicing
without a license at that place. He
hung out his shingle about three
mouths ago and has been doing quite a
business. J le was brought to Saletu by
Deputy Sherilf Cooper Mouday even
ing and placed lu Jail. He Is out ou
$100 bends and will be tried lu a few
Corvallls Times: At present It is
expected that the next June's grad
uating class from the O A V will uum
ber somewhere between 50 and 65
students. If It turns out to be the lat
ter number, the class will tie the
largest lu the history of the Institu
tion; If the former It will be one less
graduate than lost year's class, which
State Normal School
A tiatnlns arhool fur t arhers.
I'niiissls tmluli I. rails Iralnlnf bsiart
nieiil and Strung I'nilcaional aud Aaiul.ml i
of ti l) aehmil entltlca one to teach lu Sil"
cmiitjr in theitsla without lurtlicr
Board and Lodging, Books anc!
Tuition, $150.00 per year.
Ili-aiitlful andhralthful leratlon no aaleor s
Tlieru la a gcud demand tor well Iraluo
I here la an orsr su.inlyof lltitrslncl tssphars.
fauilnsuea cheer: ii lly aent on ailleai ion.
Ad.lre.a, P. L. IMMl'llKl.l., i'rvaidvuk
Or W . A. Wann, eswrutary.