; 1 M 1 uu M Jijj lJ.Il IjUAoI), ' - - . - . , KSTlBLISUEn MR THE OIXUUHTimi OP DEMHiTir. PWSCIPLM. OP TO B1B.1 11 DUSEITLIVIHfl BT TOI SWEAT OF Ol'R BROW KUGENE, OR, "SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. 18. NO.G WrEKLIf EME GUARD. j L. CAnPBELL, PUBLISHER. oFKP'H -K't ,IJ'' Wlllmt't(e b twcin t TKiPHOH sriH'.MtUTl )S: Yir. ! , ; :. MMlhl. ' . Monlltl, 12.00. 1.00. .50. Lertiaing rates mads known I on application. J.'dr-M ill! bu.lum lutter to Ol'AUD, 1 if!Ut, OHU". j S. LUCKEY I DEALER IX i locks. Watches, Chains. Jewelry, Etc. 4 IMPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. GRAND 31 AIIUAL XV A II Work Warranted. -eftj. L. W. BROWN, M. D. liyMlclan arid Surgeon. Xllnc ami re-dilrnw over pnstolHoe. Honrs; , lo 1) a. in.; 12 Ui 2, 0 to p. iu. coooCommencing this Day; to Continue 30 Days atm -EFRAFK E DUNN'S - JUST LOOK AT THESE SPLENDID BARGAINS. REDUCTIONS IN ALL OUR DEPARTMENTS Shoes. 7 Z3. c iiiiic:!: RANITE AND MARBLE WORKS Nw Design and New Price in ForelKU and 1'omvillc Marble and (iraulle, Monument. !IU''ltoiif and Cemetery work of all kind for 1W-5. .ALL WORK GUARANTEED ! suK-Ue street, ucsr Piatofflce. Eugeue, Or r I t C. WOODCOCK j Ittorucy-at-Liiw. oVrus One-half block south of ClirUinan' .-, I'UE.VK, OUEUON. 1 I, Iti.n.uioics, I'rtsiidviit. H. B. Kakik. J.. (.'aalilei m National Baa 01 Eugene. . ilj up Usli taplttl 50,000 : jrpius sn! Fronts, oO,UM Eugene - - Oregon. A general banking; btudnes don on raaaou eMe term. SA-ht draft nn NfcW YoUK, i Bli-AUtl, rtA. r KAM'ISUU and 1'OKI LAND, OKKtJON. Bill of eirhatiK" oM ! foreign countries. iepoiu received subject to check or certiti ete of deposit. All collection sntrunted to a will rcrl. prompt attention. Lane County Bank. (Kdlatilitlicd In 1SSJ.) EUGENE, OREGON. A general Banking business hall branches transacted on 'ivorable terms. j A. G. HOVEY. President. 1 J. M. AliKAMS, Ciudiier. t A. G. HOVEY, Jr., Asst.Cashr. J. L. PAGE, -DEALER IS- Groceries t - ----- - S I laving a Large and Complete stock ol Staple ami Fancy Groceries bought iu I lie bent markets, 'exclusively for cash, L euu oiler the public better prices j than any other hous-e in Eugene. PnteotallKiflUsMEn at Market Prices. Lai It Tat. leather tin rnir lin price 11. worth 11.11V Our 3 hIiiw for j.ou in KMi vulun. S,hj our culf alioe II K; inen'rt Mines fl.30; niU oprinj w-vt, i- in hoc; uany Hline Zrtv, 35o hiiiI 4ie; ami culf hIi.n-h, all iriaJ ?. n full IliiecouipleU. t'oiue in and 8ee our anew. Clothing. Hosiery. worth 30c, 25c and 20c Misaea Hose for 15c. 2ikj llnue for loc. 1'ic 1 1 Hue for 10c. Lsilieti' lime 4 for 2-5; letter, 10c; Wool Ho fui Ladies. i!Uc. ij and 5(Ki Ho-e for Soe. Boots and Shoes. Mitii'a Heavy Leather lloota. worth J2 25. for $1 (J.5. Men's Henvy Tap Sole Saddle tSeutn. wnrth ti 60. fir 12 00 Ha ullton Hrow'i'a Henvv Oil uralu Siiddlu Hen ni, solid na a rock, a Clinker Juck for $2 60. worth f 3 50 Men' Heavy Buckle tShoe for II 00. better for H 5: better for $1 45. worth tl 75. $5 0(1 suit.... tS (JO BUltH ... II'! 00 nuil... 112 00 Bill's... 115 IMI KIlilH.. t 4 00 . 0 00 .. 8 6(1 . v oo 12 00 Cliildren'it Htiil ku-e mints Wk". knee auiti worth $l..50 ut 11.15. Overcoat wortli I2 for f'J, big value. Carpets. All wool, two ply, wortli ft"o for 50c. Lot warp, worth 00c lot 4Vc. Good Union, worth 6lki for 35c. lt nruii.l nee thin line. A fine line of Maltinir and Oi Idol lis ut Imruuiiis. Three-ply carpet for 0oc, all wool. Mackintoshes. Ladies nil wool, worth $10 and f 12: for service. Cotton for 2 00. Ladies GoHaauiera with Cane aud Hleevea, far f 1.00. Dress Goods. . f . All wool dress iroods, :itl in. wide, for 2"ic; wortli 60c. Mil in. wool drew giNtd wortli 40c. for .'Ji k-. 'M In. all wool cheeks, 45c. 4(1 iu. all wool serge in remnantM, worth 75c, for 40c and !Wc. 3d in. all wool reniuants, worth 00c for 30c. Flannels. All Wool, red, 20c; letter for 3.V and 4(ic. Outing Fltiiiuela, 20 ydH, $1.00; worth O'.c. Domestics. Fruit of the Loom, 12 ydl Hope", 13 ydM Halfback, 15 vdn I'nde of (he W"i t, 0 yd t'uliot W 4 4, Iimwii,' IS yds L. L.. 4 4 2i viIh Unbleached cotton tluunul, 20 yds 1 Cotton llaunel, 10 yds 1 Linens. $1 00 I IK) 1 00 1 on l 1 141 1 HO 00 00 Nhv wide, 04 in. blea. worth 75c.$ Mi III. Idea, worth tl IK).. 73 In Idea, worth $1.25., Prints. 20 ydi 18 yds standard pritiU IN yds Indian lilues Extra made Gentian prints ,11 00 .. 1 00 .. 1 (Kl . 10 Towling. 20 vds for $1.00 jlneu Towclini! 14 vds for I.imi Tallin Oil Cloth, 20o per yd. lii-n oz wvcraiiu wic. Window liliuds .20c. 7i In. worth $1.75 1 45 A Hue line of Linens for 25o, 35, 40o mid 4c; all colors. Napkins, Towels, 1 toy leys. Blankets. All wool $3 25 All wool, worth $. 4 60 All wool, worth $8.60 7 00 Good col ton, worth $3 2 00 1'artwool. L want you to see our line. Too numerous to mention. I'tlciH, 0.5c, $1.00 and $1.60, Underwear. Ladlns ribli'd Ladies' rililied. better.. I.Hllil rlldivil muul nfi.rtl. Qr.n tiiMMi wool vests and pants , 25 45 25 () Ladies' union rults, 50o and 75c, wool, worth $1 25 1 00 And fine waists. $2.60 for $2. Chil dren 's pants, all aizes aud dimeasioni, 20. Very small, loo. Ilats. Rest lint ever offered. $3.00 bats and $2.60 hats for $1.75 Fvdoria hats, 75c, $1.00 and $1.35, $2.60 bats. Fe doritt. for $2.00. Roys' bats, 35o and 45c Bilk t&U, $3.00. Rubber Boots. Men's Snap; Troof Hip, everv pair warranteu; wortu fa uo, ror $o00 best iiinlity. Men's lest quality lilp boots; worth $4 60, for $4 00. Mtu'a hip bootii; worth $4 25, lor $3 (. Men's knee boots (2 60 Furnishing" Goods, in Men's Wool Socks 15. Men's Heavy Cotton, Worth .08.. .05. Men's Flue Ci shniere Hocks 1. Men's Navy lilus Over-shirts, Worth $1.75. For $1.45. Men's I'ndrMl.lrts and Drawers, Worlh .60, For 40. Men's Under (bins 5. Men's Good Wool Uudir-shlrls and Drswtis 85. Men's Extra I Ins All Woe I ohlrts and Drawee, each 11.25. Shirtings. 20 yds fhlrtln For, Scent Slilrtliiir For. 12J cent Bhlrtliig- For. $1.00. . .07. .09. Ladies and gentlemen read this advertisement every dav and vou will imorovc yourself in nrice. Wo are here to do busine s, and that we will do if prices will do it. We must f;st oi r mammoth stock re- duced for our large and complete stock that; will come from New York. Rend thii ad. oveiy da3' as there will be great changes. F. E. 1DUNN. SEW Kill' IT l.NSrEl'TOK. Ialljr Guard, January 14. School Superintendent J. O. Steven- sou Receives the Appoiutmeut. A number of persons of this county who have attempted to ship fruit trees out of the county lately have ex perienced a irreat deal of dilllculty be cause of there being uo fruit Inspector bere the law requires that all fruit trees bii'iied from one Dart of tbs statu to another must lie inspected imfore leaving the nursery by some competent lierson, appointed Tor that special pur pose, and pronounced free of disease before they can be shipped. The need or an Inspector here has been very apparent, and today County School Huierintendent J G Stevenson received a commission from C L Daly of Knlem, commissioner second horticultural district of Oregon, ap pointing hliu Inspector of fruit trees for Lane county. Tills Is a rihxI appointment, as Mr Stevenson will carefully and con- icielitinusly disK)se of the duties of hs oluce to tlio best Interests of the fruit industry. Olli LOCAL LHH.SLATLEE. No Important llusliiess The Koutme Wink. Usual J. F. FORD, t (Kvass'sliat,) 'V ! M.mom. It.wa. wntM uniler date NUn li 2:1, lH'.'i: H. Mei. Mm. 'n.. llufnr. OreiroL. GKXTLEMhx: On arrivimr home hmi ei'k, I found all well and anxiously aitniir. Our little irlrl, eight al. one- ''if years old, who had wasted away I' i1) tKiuii'ls, Is now well, stroll if and iUonius, and well fleshed up. S. t. sV J1 -'ure done its work well. niorthecblldreu like it. Your ri. 'ouh Cure lias cured and kept P' all hnarxm-MH I'nmi me. Ho civi ?' to every one, with trrevtings for all. iliiiiK you irosK-rity, we are ours. Mr. Avn Man J. K. K.ikii. 'ours. Mr. and Mks. J. F. Fobd. r. l "eadarhe and l.iyr t.ure. bf ukiui f miw dim a mL 1 yiiil,.r. pomi! re guarantee .uie per buttle bj all dpignUL Iwu or 1 j N..d( 5. F. HAMELL, M, PHYSICIAN A0 SU.1SECN. Office D. over Gaum's Store. clothing A 1'leasamt Party. Miss Pearl Roiier entertained ahout 20 of her friends at a social party at her home Ferry street Saturday eveuinn. The time until a late hour was spent in social Kamea and vocal and Inst ru- mental music. it was indeed a very plensunt nll'air, as Miss Roper know ell how to entertain in a way wnicu will make her Kuests enjoy them selves. Those present weic: Misses Pearl Roper, Alma Hursel (Truutdale), Vora Luckey, Mugitie Luckev, Elma Henilrickf, Laura liiirm-tt, Florence Itumett, Alice ftlills, Kilith tlarrl and Mrs H H McFadilen (Piirtland); Messrs John Keeney, C'uitis Harris, Archie LiviTinorc, Horscu Burnett, busier Edward. Clarence Luckey uid Profit L Allard (Trouldale). Oally (iuard, Janaarv 1L Lyuki.i. Uakkr'r Leitike Hon Lydcll lisker of Portland lei-lured at Mount's hall last eveuiiii! under the inspires of tlie the Kugene and Uni versity Ailvuiiceineiil ciun on "ine Evolution of Darwinism." Mr Raker whs greeted bv a fair house. He did not peak directly u .011 the subject of volution Itself, but sp-ika oil the theories advanced on evolution by 1 i If erelit writers. He heifan w ith lb urlli-st wiiters on this subject and, following down t the present time, showed how the theory liecame more perfect as st-lencw tlirew light on the subject. The lecture was a very able etlort and show d much hard study on the part, of the speaker and that he was thoroughly convemai.t with his subject. Dally liuard, January 14. Lost His Load. Andrew Schrag, fmii near Irving, drove Into town this morning with four liotses attached to a large load of loose hsy. At the lunclion ol6th and Willamette street the leaders berame irignieneu bi a passing street car. In their cavort iiiift, the coupling pole was broken and the front running gears pulled from under the wagon, allowing the load to drop to ttie ground. Pally Uaard, January 14. N'iClTV Lkvy Yet At its meet ing last night the council did not fix the cltv tax levy. All adjourned meeting will l held next Haturr ay e veiling at which time the levy w ill be tuaue, Council met in regular session at chambers in the city ball last night. Present, Mayor Matlock, Councilmeu Eiiklu, Linn, Henderson, fisher aud Rangs. Minutes of December meeting read and approved. Finance committee reported favora bly on usual number ol bills, which were allowed and ordered paid. Im port adopted. -Htreet committee reported material UMd in street crossings, also walks ordered around the public square. Re port adopted. Health committee refiorted com plaints regarding certain diphtheria cases Marshal ordered to Investigate the matter. F'ire and water committee reported purchase of hose jackets and duplicate map of sewer connections, iteport adopted. Petition for sidewalk on north side of Eleventh street referred to street committee with power to act. I'etiiiou tor transfer or saloon license of Mr Duliols to Mr West was grant ed. . Committee to whom the matter of city's owning water plant and electric light system . was referred, reported favorably, iteport adopted. On motion a committee, consisting or uouncllmen Meuderson, l-.aklu and Fisher, was appointed to ascertain probable cost of systems, aud eport to lliecliy iu tirae to place the matter before the citizens at the coming city election Ordinance granting toGrillln Hard ware Company power to place at au elevation across the street iu front of their store a swinging sign, was read thiee times and lost. Ordinance licensing the sale of cigarettes, cigars and tobacco, was read twice and nferred to judiciary committee. Memorial to congress regarding con struction of the Nicaragua canal, to be sent with like memorials from various ciliusoftlie Pacillc coast, was ordered forwarded to our representatives and senators in congress. Rcmrt of the chief engineer for the y- ar 1805 was read aud placed on lile. On motion the fire and water com mittee was Instructed to see that the seats in the opera house are arranged accoiding to existing laws. On motion the licenses for shows during the past month were remitted to the Eugene Rand. I'stiul nuiuls-r of bills were read aud referred to the llnai.ee committee. Regarding ivrtain Mil, rules were suspended and hills ordered paid. Almost a Balance. There l now less than $101X1 due in delinquent taxes on the 18V4 lax roll of this county. The amount received frmn cmIs uecril iug from tic c illucl ion of delinquent taxes for 1S'.(4 mIiiuniI eou.ils the amount which is yet delinquent, and therefore nearly halauces the Academy OK Science, Another society has been added to the many already In Eugene. This is the Ai udemy of Science of the University ofOregou, which was orguuized last Friday evening. Prof H E McClure acted as temporary chairman of the meeting and Prof E 11 McAlister as temporary secret aiy. . Alter the adoption of a constitution nermanent olllcers were elected as follows: Presi dent, Prof Tims Condon; Vice Presl dent, Dr T W Harris; Becretary-Treas-urer, Prof F L Washburne; I heso olllcers also constitute the program eommlttee. The object of the society i ine uiscussion or selenium subjects. Meetings will be held the last Satur day of each mouth In the biological laboratory at the university. A Model Roat. Cirvallis Times: Captain (Jordon of the steamer Gypsy is very proud of his craft He hail as cargo from the several river points be tween Eugene and Corvallls KM) tons, dead weight on his arrival doven lust Tuesday. The Gypsy Is equipped with a steel holler capable of cuirying 100 pounds of steam to the square inch and machinery of the lutest and most improved style. Her model Is from perfect hues and bs a result we have a boat the Is-st sailed to t.pier river truillo that bus ever been on the route, not only so, but through the efficient and gentlemanly management of Captain Gordon we are receiving the best river service that bus ever been rendered u Marion uoUjrv apkcimen. Sa lem Klate.iuiun: Whosoever doubts theelllcucy 01 "Old Marion" as a Is-ef producer along with all her other manifold advantages will llud bis doubts dissipated by looking ut the four and one-half-year-old blooded j nereinrd heel, rumiharly known at several of the last state fairs as Rob," whose dressed carcass now hangs Its Htm pounds of avolrduKis en the hooks of Cross' State street market. "Rob" was a product of the well known "Rockwell" breeding farm near Turner and owned by John Mo Kinney. The animal was killed o.i Friday last ut a live weight of 1055 pounds. Dally Guard January IV A Plucky Girl. Prof. Tho. Con-' dou re I u i I'd an Incident at assembly at lie university this morning which shows how serious accioeuts might ofteu be averted If one would onl re tain presence of mind in an einer gniicy. The Incident In question is relative to Miss Kulin Mann, a student of the university, who a few days ago took tne railroad route to the univer sity. Ae she was crossing the long trestle across the mill pond, a train suddenly bore down upon her. Mio' did not have timo to get olf of the trestle, and her llrst Impulse was to i jump Into the water below but she regained her senses iu time te climb hurriedly down upon one of the cross, beimsof the trestle, which extend out a distance of a couple of feet on each side of the track, where she remained in safety while the train passed by, the wheels of the engine and cars Is lug only a few feet from her head. 1 KOl'S DtAl A (i. A. It. Man il m t Dies Isilu' uddenly of ciency in the tax roll. While there is yet nearly $1000 due, the amount of money paid In by the people Mould equal the entire tax roil of 1S04 bad It all been paid oil the original tax. Takfh Possession Tonoiht. Mr S E Krown, the new lessee of the Hoff man House, will lake possession to night, a the Mesar DuRoi desiie to retire from t lie lUniness Immediately. The occupants of the Hodman House will dine w ith .Mr Rroa this evening. Dally Outrd, January 14. Poultry Car Tomorrow. Messrs Chase Jc Co, commltjiioii men of this city, will start their first full carload of poultry to Han Francisco on tomor row morning's Height. The car is being loaded today with chickens. ducks, geese aud turkeys. Between 4(sK) and 600(1 will Le shipped. ON his number 3iKJ0 is obtained iu this countv and (he remainder will lw loaded at Oakland and Med ford. The car used Is au iron one I ui.t esiieclslly for shipping poultry. It is consigned to Lnas Jucolisoii ec o, or pan rranclsco. Daily ouard, Jsuimry 11. Southern Oreoo.v Hops. Geo T Hull, Jr, is in Southern Oregon ehi ping some hops piir'-hiise I ren-nliy ly Mcssia Hall i Sun, ol tl is city. They shipped one cur load from Merlin lust delic- week and (his w.-ek will ship two car loads from Grant's Pass. The South ern Oregon hops purchased by Messrs Hall Son are of the very finest quality and were Isiught at the low price of four cents er pound. El.KH. It is probable that a lodge of (lie older or tiki will be Instituted In Eugene iu the m-ar luture. The subject Is U-!ug canvassed with fair prospects ofmccs. The Elk are noted for the good fi'llowsblp and social qualities existing In lodges aud between member. Want to Pay their Taxes. The Lano.-ounty tax roll for lh" w ill not be completed before the middle or last of February, and people cannot pay uieir taxes nciore (inn lime. Jlut notwithstanding this fact there ure a good many peoplo who have called at the sherill's olllco within the past severul weeks for tho purpose of pay. Ing their 18115 tux. Much as the county might regret to refuse these, collections it has been compelled to do so. However, it shows the right spirit on the part of (he people and is a gooo. evidence- or returning pros purity. Rank Ukpickkk. At a recent stock holders meeting of the Eugene Loan & .Savings Rank, the following directors were elected: W K Rrown, J R Har ris, J E Davis, J F Robinson, R 1) Paine, D Paine and F W Ushurn. At a meeting of the director on the 14 Inst Mr Church the president, to the regret of the stock holders, desiring to retire, W K Rrown was elected president, it D Paine, vlco president and F W OiUurn, cashier. The year 1K05 was the most prosiernus In tho bank's history. Daily Uuard, Jsuuary 14. Lots ok Fkkiuht. The arrival of the steamers Sunday and yesterday bringing large amounts of freight ior tow ns south of here Icm fhsided the a i" ireignt iiepot. niere were no empty cars here to shin the freigh' south In and It kept piling up until the building would hold no more. However some cars were hroinrhl in on the hs'nl this morning and the ac cumulated flight is now being gathered Into shape so that It can be handled. Children's Party. A children's party was given Ibis afternoon at the residence of Mrs F R Bellman, Tenth and Chariii ltou streets, in honor of the third birthday of Lola Bi'llman. The little folks present were Loia. Frsuk and Loyd Rciliiiuu, Pauline Potter, CasS'r Clark, Lulu Whiteaker uml Maud Pritchett Died. In this city Januury 13, lso.'i, the 6 year old child of Mr and Mrs 11 Vaiihiblier. The family resides In the northeastern part of the city. The re mains of (he child were iiuried today In the I. O. O. F. cemetery. Dally ilu.nl, January II. Threatened to Kill. H W Ross has Ihsmi airesled and Is being given a trial at Junetlon today for threatening to kill Geo M Carson. uailf Cu.ro, Janiui' I.V CE lilac well, a nn nls-r ofJW Geary Post. GAR. of this cltv. died suddenly of tu-urt f illunv at his home near the Oerry school, hi the north western part of the city u te yesterday atieruisiu. Mr Rlackvcll suffered from an at tack of paralysis latt summer but had sulrlcletitly n covered so as In be un and around. However, for tome time he has Iss'ii ailing and has not been awav i rom ine uouse ror two or three weeks lesierduy afternoon a neighbor caned in at I lie lainiiy residence and enquired how Mr Blackwell was get ting aioug. ue replied that lie was not feeling so well as usual. A few minute later he full In his chair dead. Deceased leaves a wife and three children. One of them Is a married daughter, who resides In Nebraska. having left here only about two weeks ugo. Another daughter, Air A ti Kiiulliuau, resides Hear Salem. The remaining one I a son aged about 18 years, who resides at home. Deceased was born In Maine, and was aged (il) yeurs at the time of his deatli. He was an edge tool manufac turer by trade. During the civil war he served in Company A, 2,'ld Maine In fan try. He came to Eugene two years ugo and has resided here since that time. The funeral services will be held tomorrow at 11 am at the First Pres bytcrlah church, after which the re mains will be Interred In the I O O F cemetery. Dully liuard, January 14, The "Beautiful." The '-beauti ful" Is'gan ! fall here short! r before H o'clock last evening and contiuued to full part of the night and by this morn ing the rou ml was covered with about two Imihe of snow. Toward morning the miow turned Into a sleet which froze t the trees and electric light and teli'rnh wires, but not In siilllcient qualities to d.t any damage. It has been thawing some today, but the trees and buildings are still loaded down with sleet and the ground is covered witn nuan. V8K GOOD FOR EVERYBODY Almost everybody takes some laxative medicine to cleinse the system and keep the blood pure. Those who take SIMMONS LlVfcR RLGULATOR (liquid of powdrr) get all the benefits of a mild and pleasant laxative and tonic that purifies the blood and strengthens the whole system. And more than this: SIMMONS LlVtR REGU LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps It active and healthy, and when the Liver Is in good condition you find yourself free from Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache and Constipation, and rid of that worn out and debilitated feeling. These are all caused by a sluggish Liver. Good digestion and freeJom from stomach troubles will only be had when the liver Is properly at work. If troubled with any of these complaints, try SIMMONS Livfr Kl:GULATOR. The King of Liver Medi cines, and Better than Pills. .4r-EVKHY PACKAGE- Baa the X Stamp In ml on wrapper. J. II. Zellln Co.. Phlla., Pa. Juht Wito.Mi. Many of the farmers nave nau Hard luck this yearlnhau tiling hog prixlucts. The low prli of wucutanu mi lair price of pork last rear imiiiceo many to s oca up with nogs anil lee ) tneiu Whet t. Ui.fortu imti'l v for tht m the inn ket reversed Itself and win o wheat is i I demand at Hie liest flguf: since lhX tbeprl-eof Mr, nus gun i n uieiioi ' ,ni. a iveil IMisted farme lafuruis u- hat at pres ent prh-es fo- pork, furo rs wll; not realle over 2 Ci.nts iwr . diel fo the grain led. Dal!) Iuard, Janui li. Died. At Monmouth iregon, Jan ury 15 I8IKI, ('iillest -r J j ughmnii, of coiisidiiptlon Oeoewed 1 a native of hane count,-, Wng a 3U of Elder Samuel Ram In inn, of . easaut Hill, who is one tf the earll' plo icers of tins county, i lie remalui . ere Drought upon the IikI today, si d conducted to the family cemetery on Pleasant Hill, where they were In erred. Horn. In Junction City, Oregon, to Mr and M s Win McCIt reti, a son, January ll, li !1. Horn. Al Fall Creek, .Jan. 8, 1HIKI, to the wife t f John KUinger, au 8 pound gill. Dally Uaare, January IS. Insane Jesse Klock, aged 74 years a resident of thi city, was examined before County Judge Kiss anil Med ical Examiners Drs E D McKenney and L W Rrowu this morning and pronounced lueane. The cause of his usanlty is glvtn as a sunstroke. He has been atlllctcd fot several months past, and imagines that somebody Is trying to do him bodily harm. He is a married man. He will be sent to the asylum at Ualem ou the local tomorrow morn- lug. State Populist Convention. W H Spaugb, chairman of the pepullst stste central committee, has Issued a call for a state couveutlon to be held at Salem February 22. He urges popu lists to oppose fusion In the counties. Awarded Highest I Ion r World's Fair, Gold Medal, Mldw l iter Fair. WRa? mm nA vwmm Most Perfect Made. 40 Years the Standard.