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WTlBLISIIEn KIR Til F DH!tP.TllMTIu OF DEWRlTir rUSriPLES, ASP TO F1F.V H IIlMSTlllINC BT THE SWK IT OF OIR BROW
KUGENE, OK., SATURDAY, MAY 8 ISD7.
iv EUGENE GUARD
1 ..u o( V. llliilllflie mwic.
ng ri ;
atches, Chains. Jewelry, Etc.
:Sfl FBOMITLV DONE.
Ibrown, m. d.
I!"! HI I"
T . ' . iKMtuffioe. tliiun;
o tii 9 u. tu.
AND MARBLE WORKS.
Loeisnd Cemetery work ol
, kludt lor IMS.
ioRK GUARANTEED !
Ut.nrl'n.toffloe. Eugene. Or
WOO D 00 OK,
i,.btltMock ulb ol Chrl.mam
N. K, Makkley.
jay & Markley,
L idI Probnte Buniueiii
lactli-e In all the courts of this
Walton i lock.
1. 0. PAINE. F.W.OSBURN.
tn4nl. Vic Pmldint. mm
tan and Savings
rulS-D. A. I'ine, J. B. Harris, J. t.
4B. D. Pilnc. W. E. Brown. J. F.
.ion, F. W. Unburn.
JfCajital : : : $50,000.
Banking Business Transacted.
c Allowed on time depoilts.
KMiiruiud to our carpwill receive
MONDAY, MAY .1
The rose are blooming.
Baker City lint 24 atton eys.
Itcv Mr Bluck went tu Mont.M'
J II O'Ncl.l.of 1.. tltill.l . ! in
D t Herrin, of Portland, in in
O T lU.tY of Irving, was in the city
I'lin.oi.m.uN soi ir.i v.
Ollifir Inaugurated mi I ntt-r-t intr
.hues at last rridiiy Night's
BOB HUMAN TAKEN.
I in AlMiiy
on l.uz w
l'i, (iimrd, Mny 1
Hi" Philoog,,n inriity nut
I Fiiday night wilh the usual argi
i tftitluiu'f of members.
; After Mil f:il the in w ly tlicdd . Ill
j cers were inaugurated as follow : J C
I lliggms. prtciiiciit ; V II Stalker, vice-
I'Tl -lili hl .1 u 1 1 ( 'mi ri. ,i s, ,t..i ,r, 1.
S.lvey Stewart of l'..rt is in ! I: Alderman, assislant secretary; C F.
Ru-i,'"' j Wo.xl.on, treasurer; I, K Al.terni:ii ,
I'i tMliurif, I'a., hail a :t,iNMiliMju lire j ivnwii; Sumrl It Muiini, nlilor; and
eaterdav. j M I. Appl. Knte, t.er, ant ut iirni-. 'I lie
l'mfMerlKTl Kitlredge.of I,H(iruiide I "m,,,'M '" riione to call ol the in. ni-
t Taf Km.cs Dcrgl-s C'tL'j Bd'Jjw.
( :l: oicfrs.
I (faubltihifd la mi)
n'H Banking business
branches transacted en
0. HOVEY, President.
iM. AKRWtJ r-oi.i.
G. HOVEY, Jr., Awt.Caahr
Enw, a. B Km.
SoouAa, AuiiUnt Caihler.
P Ush Capital $50,000
9 aim muiis. SfOU.UUU
' - Oregon.
botn( don oo raunn
ail- on NEW YOKK,
MUr"1 on 'oriim
la ill the cily
fjet-relary Kincaid returned loSnUm
J M Shelly whh an arrival hy this
8 M Friendly I having the front of
I.I Btotv repainted.
V E Nilen, of rortland, ii tegiMered
at the Molt'inau IIhiim.
James I'arvin, the Dexter merchant,
was in Eugene today.
Attorney Medley, of Cottage (irove
visited Eugene today.
Abtiut twenty persons ienicked on
Ihu McKeiuie yesteiduy.
11 L Djrhuiu, a proiuineiil l'oitlaiid
buiuess iL'uu Is in Eugene.
MrsDr Hull', of Junction City, is
visiting relutives in Eugene.
A uuui'ter of boating parties were
out ou the mill race yesterday.
Hon E 1' Coleman, of Coburg, wan
doing business iu Eugeue today.
Mls-s Heuiielta Lauer received a new
07 Steams bicycle this morning.
Samuel Swift of rortland, is in the
city visiting relatives and fiictid.
l'osluiater Kniiey of Uoheu went to
i'ortlandthls morning on elllciul
V EHrowuand J M Sladord. U S
grand jurors, went to rortland tine
Attorney (Jto A D-irris is having
tlve acres of his hop yard near Spring
Miss Catherine C Coggsweil is iuite
sick at the residence of (Jeo M Miller
1' Frank & Son are moving the
Ilackel store Into their uew location
one door west, today.
Attorney L llilyeu weut to rortland
this luoruiug on busiuets in co'iuei
lion with the Craig case.
A splendid rail oad croming has
beenltidon 1'earl street. It is aUiul
twenty five feet in length.
It snowed ajl over Uhlo yesterday,
and the temperature was uile low
doing considerable damage.
A Mis Marsters.of Youcalla, is niov
ing into the south loom of the Young
block and will oieu up a resiaurant.
J (J (.'uoier, the ludependeliee
bauker, is lu Eugeue visitiug his
daughters who are attending the U
Several a O V W oOlclals arrived
here this afternoon to take part in the
entertainment at the Opera imuse
Mrs M 1" Spiller has leturned to Eu-
. .i . . ... 1.. l..urililtir ht
gene, aid -t tue presem u" -
the Butler residemv, corner Willam
ette and Tenth si reels.
Cms A Harlow, of Rirlow, Clacks
ruas county, has been indicted, charged
with the embezzlement of IXHi I om
the Barlow WW Mercantile Co.
Horace Mclvinley, well known in
Eugene, is In Washington, in, ween
ing a Federal appoiutnu til. Mr M
Kiuley's father Is a cousin .i rrese.e.n
Prof T M Oatch, at one nine a pi-
fessor in the University 01 wieK
has I een dh missed from the faculty ot
the University of Washi'ist"" '-
Mesws-rdHend.icks, S II Friend
ly and Geo F Craw went to Portland
.i.i. forunonn on the local train to ap
pear before the U S grand jury the
A r.ropo.ltion has been made to run
the trained He Shasta route (.f the S
P H H by electricity, and It Is thought
that President Huntington endorses
There was a young lady of ( rewe
Who wanted to catch the 'J:l'r,
SJaid tue porter, "D'U:t hurry
Or scurry or tlurry;
It'a minute or 2 2 '- 02."
Doctor W T Houser, of Portland, the
successful specialist in the treutn.eni
Her: la ny n"
hers favored the soriety
spieclu-H which elicited
After llie report of the program com
iiiiltte the president aniiounctd the
f.'ll.iw iilt. standing cuiiiiiiiilii s fir (he
Fitntiice J II Cariico, I
man, W S Young.
Piograiii-Eeslio Scott, F M Teni
pleton, M I, Applcgate.
I In- follow ing tin in Ikti we placed
oil duly: On dehtte for two weeks
lien e, W I. Whittlesey and C W (ill
bell, dn prepaid! mldnss fur four
weeks hence, W ii Stalker. On decla
mation two weeks hence, l-'r, il Maid
Prof K H McAlister then favnn.l
lliesi ciety with an address upon "The
Origin and development of language."
Prof MoAllster w as greeted w ith hearly
up luileaud held tlieeloest 'itleution
of all pnseiit 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 i 1 1 his di-eiuise.
Me traced the growth nf l:iiiguai;e
irom its rude hckiiuiiinus in an atleuipt
to iinitiit- natural suiiu Is for purpi
of cnmiiiuui'-aliiiii up thioil Ii tin
vaiioiis s'.ages of growth and expan
sion to its pres -ol state of complexity
and abstraction. The address was
greatly appreclutid and arousitl uiueh
iuu-rt-pt whlcli was i linind I'V the
members during the recss that fol
lowed. After recess L It Aldeimail spoke
extemporaneously upon the siiljid:
"The Concert of the Powers."
The debate for the evening was th n
taken up and the question, " Ke-olvi V,
that the pulpit exerts a greater iullu
ence for good than the p'e-s," was
oiipported alllrmatively by I. E Fai
ringlon, (. Ford, S D Manna and I. A
Keed. The negative in maintained
hy V L Molt, Frank Strand, Piof Mc
Alister, M I. Apple-ate. The debale
as largely one of definition and
seaicely two members agreed. The
president decided III favor of theal
On next Friday evening the seeietj
Will have a pliotographel pte-elil to
lake a II ishliglit picture of the lociety.
All meinbers are urged to he pieehl hi
CAM. Emkshkd - Brownsville
limes: "Last Satuiday inglit Bev J
E Snyder received an informal call to
ihe pastorale of the Third Prcsbjteriau
ciiurch of Portland. Mr Snyder has
q it yet answered the inelr ipolitaii
congregation, and iisl what his reply
will be wedo not know, but fear it will
I t t- r l r I in I ii I
, 1 ln tiutiitiolis (li-pirildil, Bell Mill
, man, who ceiin d the Iiouglas couut
, J iil s, viral uioinlis ! was retaken i
i Yuii.a, Ariz. ..a the other day. The ti l
eitniphlo dipatch says lie has a broken
lei:, probably an Incident of the recap
tore. I he lioelurg ItevleW has thi
CMii-i ruing the vermlile desH-niil':
i II. Il r l allraeteil atli'iitlou when
Sam liruwn bloke j 1 1 , beintr coulinei!
.there on a ehare of atteuiiting to
I shoot a lady Hear Botierts hill. Me
jtold very coiillntiiig htorle abolil
j Brow n's escaH'. After erving tins
sentence, lliiinian cane into public
I not lee aeaiu when be waslioiind over
at liiddli Ihe charge of huritlari.iug
Mayes' st. ne at that plaee. Me dog
out of jail w ith a cotip!cof holm thieves
shor ly iifier and made ui od his es
cape, beiu tiaibored ill (lie uii'iintiiiiis
near Kiddle by friends. Mr JSDuii
nivau came near reeaiuring linn, but
after a hand to hand simple, lliiiinnii
eeped. Then W M Mugtius,of Kid
dle, went after Ii i lit in company with a
companion, and liiniuaii shot him
thnugh the thigh.
"Next (lie outlaw proceeded to leave
the country, but was confronted by
ollleeis at Mcdford, who hill been
warned that he w a- on the incoming
In Uht. Ilinuian drew his gun, I lulled
ihewhele posse and walked a A ay.
I heli the ullleers here I.M-ated him at
AlUi Is Camp, Culif., and wind the
oiliii rs there to take him. The result
was a lively battle belwei n a consta
ble and deitlly and the fugitive, the
latter escaping, allhouh it was
Iho ighl he was htruck by a bullet."
Niud.iv 's Alii.m.v ll.'ial.l: Yester
day (lie inli rcoll, giate Im-i- ball e:ioi
' as iuaiicniaii d b. agan.i' between
1 he Agricultural College nine and (he
j Albany Culligu nine, on the Albany
; ( Vlei;,' cailipil.
Tiie name is it poilnl as luimiiii:
Vely relily, being hotly contesled.
I'.olh sides yt in several runs at t he
-t ut, but later got down to woik in
i;-iod earne-t , mi l allhoiig', making
-en-nil errors, played a Very fail gnme
I he seore w as as follow s: OA C, Is
runs; Albany ( ollege, ill.
Tins haves Albany In play I'.ugi lie,
and the game will come oil in two
weeks mi M ay I j.
Of Ihe other teams New berg foifeited
the game to McMiniivll'e by n fu-ing
to play, w hich leaves the latter team
in the le.ul. They plav Monmouth
(J'lite an audience gleeteil the ln.ys
ill t' i", tiieir tir-t game of tin- season,
and there seeiiu-d tn he no lin k of en
thusiasm lor the oee.i'inli.
Tin1 Albany Colli ge land wasout
for th" invasion.
lie ill the form of an acceptance. Mr
- I I I.I ....Inr tvlin .
.-siijner is o uoo-, r... .t. ... , ,uri.hl,M. etc.
.. .... r. i.. ..i...t.i;.... ..r '
laimrs arutiouaiy ior uie upouinunn "i
Hit cause ho represents." Mr Snyder
as at o. e time pastor of the I' B
church iu tills city.
I.uureiitl .Nuclei)- Notes.
liubv lei M, Msr I
The meeting was called to opler by
l'i siib lit Kb hauls. Koll call being
I a-ed over, the minutes of t lie previous
ilieel ing were read, corrected, and ap
proved. On motion a committee of two
was appointed In 'onfir w ith a like
committee Iroiu the F.utaxlall soeiely
lor the purpose of choosing ipiesiion
and appointing leaders ami colleagues
from their number forjomfilebato two
After recisH Mr C N McArthur gave
an exleinpoianeatis address, Milj.-cl,
"Kussiall Ceils ir System." Ileliale
followed, subject "Kesolved that the
United Slatis should annex llm Ha
waiian Islands'" Mr B E Spencer led
ior the allirmalive and Mr McArthur
billowed lor tlio negative. On the
allirmalive Messrs Barber and Camp
bell. On the negative Messis Angell
T.ie paiucipal points for the alllrmii
tive were lis follows:
Hawaii isa strong strategic point and
shoul I be annexed for if we do not
other powers, ei her England or Japan
Ani'fXailnn is in accord wilh Amer
ican principles, as shown by the LouU-
I'sl.y i.imr.l, ln) I
Edy the Vincent has returned to
TJ Craig went to Portland Ibis
' Hon V S U'Ki ii of Milwiiukei , isiu
I the cily today.
Sherill Johneon paid .lunctioii Cily
a brief visit today.
Waller (iiilllu went t
drove this afternoon.
lion (' K Hale, of Male, was doing
business in ihe cily today.
Mrs I.uciuda Laird is visiting at her
old home at Pleasant Mill.
Mrs M T Awluey returned home
front ( ottage (irove (his n.oriiing.
Mrs Darwin llii-low canif down
from ( 'ullage (irove Ibis m ruing.
Waller Jackson, the well known
Poilland druuiuiei, was in Uiigen.' to
il a .
The county court i o-.it looking a I'd r
j (" ids today.
.Judge F.illertoii is huldii g circuit
j conn in Coos cotinly.
I Mi-s l.e i.i Sto.'Uwell has purchased
a lo w- averly bicy clc.
I Marry Midden's bicycle repair shop
has p ceived an orange colored coat ol
M T Awbrey isconliiud lo his home
on llighsticet with a severe atlaek of
A new eloth awning w as ut tip in
flout of J M McChing's dry goods
Mrs Annie 1'. Mars etswill op n her
l sinuialit in llie Yonng building to
Smith Bailey , of K 'seburg, has sold
his trotting hoise Wiiu luster to a Port-
laii i purcim-er.
1 he lugeiic Lumber Company
sin ppi d a cm load of railroad lies to
Ogdi'ii, Utah, yesterday.
A new sidewalk has been built in
front of J W While's feed store and Y
W .dailiu's marble winks.
lieceiitlya litter of young coyotes
w us iliscovcred under the bank build
ing at Wc-toii, the llrst ever bom iu
Some niiieh needed improvi incuts
are being made oil East Mill street iu
(he way ol new sidewalks.
Isaac lliggius, of Dexter, has been
g allied a i original soldiers pension by
lartiueut ut Washington, D. C
rTl.a . 1 1 '"Vt
'i rv- s- i
1. , 'wiTiw..,...,;
A KoYAI. Fl.lll. - U-olee of
nickel in thl-!ol maeliilles will be
interested to know there is a royal
llush iu the box. H may he necissury
lo explain to the uninitiated 'hat the
royal llish coiuniences with the ten
pot ami runs to the nee of the Mime
uit. Tiie Junction 'I imes says: Mr
Waddle threw i royal Ihisli in Hurl
hurt's niekie-ln the slot machine and
.1 f..-.. ,lr.,n. IOO , bo.rs I I . . I 1 1 , 11 f I
llieieiuiv . w ,
. .. , ., v. .... i.. ... l'o to w ar any lline, the Islalius w i
sheil liars aim uio.iii ciioii.-ij m - -
making ai. asignuieii( .
Hawaii isa valuable property and
would he n source of revenue to the
The present governiu -lit of Hawaii
di ires annexation.
The chief arguments of llie negative
The ciiiiracli r of Ihu inhabitant of
the Hawaiian 1-liilids istuch ihut mi
ne.iition would be Ulillersiable.
Aniii xatlon would be fontrury to
the .Monro, doclrine, which prcvelil
the United Sliitcn from lie d lllng w ith
fon ign C'Uiiitiles.
Since Ihe United Slates is unlikely to
not lie i spi claliy ucsiraoie irom a Mini-
i-t'lc iiniiit of view.
A Corvallis dispatch concerning the' 'llie i xpeiise of running a govern
YW OA i (invention being held in i,,,!it no he Islands would be all oin
that cily says: "The c mvctitloii ,,f proportiuii to tin; gain to the gov
I ut l ie I're-liVte.iall clilireli einineiii.
with an excellent address upon the
work and achievements of the associa
tion by the K-v Mr Brooks of F.u
Salem i:isa',eh: I'h" railroad con
.i.,..i,.r- l, live not u t made any nr-
1 he ii. cisioli
(iKKA I I.V OVKItltAI KU -W I- Wbes
who Is in.w ill Siilina-, Califoriiia
writes that that country is greatly
ovei ruled and gros ly ii. . .- lr
. j i p. ri tier la uv m- .
and cure or jvup'"'" ; .
.. . .1 i . i., n,o i. iv and m
eleot ic tneinou, u. - . .
be consult, dut the Motel Eugene for s to M
raiigements for Iheir ani.ual summer h,i,md in pampliU ls m ill out ''y rei j
exclusion, l-ut it is probable it will bejt.sate men. For instai.c, l.e suys
held. They bu.v had uc.'cssful ut -1 ,,,,e pamphlet contain-' a purported
ings on llie stale fair groun s I l.e past-1 pictnie and dicilptn n of u huge silgai
twoytars, and i-oli.e of the conductors r, Unery, when in fact then- i nt i
are in favor of Imldirg their Icnie ,g:ir n I'm cry in the coumy. Tin
here again this )r. w.,ni, try is overrun with Japanese lu-
Mairi-bii; ',:eM Hou.iie iviMe i,r T,e Japs work fr w hatever tliey
ind llrowu 'will li i -- tli' ir cattle to ,.u gel and even the t hii.ne ate una
Troutilale, a few mile-eut "I i'oitlan-l. ,,. tofJU.pite with tbuu sndar.
t'e- -U , awng in large Mill, ta rs lie sia e
hioiii ! i u, i ihe couiilrv I overMiiiviih lln
I . . , ,, - ...,I .Im.ii'I. I. llll KHI'IS. BOO
John Sllliw. a sheep hllyi I', repie
willing I', i; Willard of La (iraude, is
iu the city.
J Arthur Luiniiig, the reader and
impeisoiialor was a passenger north
Ed Whitney of the Eugene Photo
Company arrived home today from a
visit at Albany.
Attorney M O Wilkin left early this
morning on his wheel on a business
trin to (trov nsville and ol her points.
Dr BF llaininill hasg iiiu to Port
land, where lie will locate for the p ac
lice of his profession, we are Informed.
Captain Hatch of the govt riiiiient
so g bout, Mathloina returned dow n
the liver ibis morning altera short
visit iu this cily.
I.I". lining and family, who have
In-i ll vlsltii g In (Ids city for a few
days, went lo Portland today, here
they will reside hereafter.
Herbert T Condon, secreiury of the
Oregon Agricultural Col lego at Cor-
vallis, is visiting Ills parents, Prof and
Mrs TIkh Coudoii, in this city.
Captain John O'Biien, of Sins aw
llie veteiiin printer, was In the city
today. Me bus been doing a vast
so nt of work on his ranch tin-
winter. In a few (lavs he will return
Portland to work ut his trade.
1 Ii" mimv fliellds of Judge L L Mc-
ithur will regret to learn Hint lie hi s
akeii a suddeli change for tin worse
nun his physicians entertain no hope
r his recovery, lie Is at the home
f his brother In law, Mr. Levi An
keiiv, iu W alia alia.
Mrs J E Broiiitugh, of Spokane
Washington, arrived on Hit! afternoon
lain and will vl-it wilh her parents,
Hon nutl Mrs (ieor e It Dorr Is. Mrs
Bronaugli was accompanied by her
sister, Miss K-tclla D irrls, who has
In eu spell ling tint w inter in Spokane.
F.llis Ki lehart, of Union county, ar-
nvi d on t'ic early train this morning.
Me Is buying entile fir tin; Eastern
markets f. r K E Willard of La (iiaude
mil w ill rlilp four cHrloinls from this
cily Frld yona Hpeeial csltie nam
if Mean, from Oiikh'iid which will
ins tlnoi gli this city. Wl.lle liere
Mr Kinel art will also make relatives a
1 1 j 1 1 1 r nvi
h tmiiil tin y will ship
M." H li .N
t. ,i. , .i u to the
(inn t colli' y.
last cf l
W WJ O0drru
Dallas Member: A fvw
rVitim'vel to Eugene io
i...- i f..ur ehi dren. me
ew . .... t,...
th,tei rlu,u? ,r,,m r, '
to their old IV l"""e-
While a marriage ceremony was
being performed n-ar Danville, .
kerosene lamp Hailied up and
mut t'. xplode, When the bride
s,iz,d il and hurled it tbr-ugh a win
. ii.,i emne out Irom
low. ine gris.io
under the t.bl.. where he bad hid; I -ft
and the cremony prcctded.
have about fini-hed l.r.tndn.if
hkelv get awaV ''", 'n'.s
T1.'; T."Vei voiiveiiliol. of lb. Chr .
(-au chureh wil; be Uld Jj" ''h lo
2.1,1, inclusive. Itev M I. W - !
r C -aniii r,o;i . .il !" Ws.ii I
pai'.s U; tb u'' et'ii.
two clne of special
ward livery .lay lb"
il at cr.. s lu the .'i iherii i-uii "l .N.i
I,... -.ui.ly have belli bad;) da nuge
for w unt of ruin.
..-ted I'V I
Ki.ge"'- Divinity '
j (-r-oii.il wolk I )'
ihu.- till I
uly c.'itri'-'l f-.ir-,;!,
el hi p
.,1, ,,.', ry w ill
n . f the
in e .n
C -:. I. '-
,1 1 in. d
M I. I:
."KKVMi HIM r.o.ii i -A man by
il . i . I l.-veli!.d. . .lllif lieui
Co ', ul l day lust week inallrtate'
b; hoi' terribly, Ix.au-c it bulked
'inatly k'.os kio- I he dumb brute (low i
nh an axe and b iting it remain oi
t l.e i;i. d and mtl" r for a nuroU r o
I, en. Me wus art d Frid iy an
rt'.e l .) and co-ts I )' Ju-tnv lien A
D ii y I WlM.ll.ltd: prt-elliel. Il
rve.l l.liu right oi ly heavltr d' si
((jild hsvi' 'Q'-n appreciated.
I I ".M- I i'i '! Ft ;;! t.ii? -d.in't
I t 'lit, i'. I ! I i.i; ,- t -.biggish
Iu' .ii : l i i i.i! i ; : b .. .ill nature,
in I t'l ' ". I I '. .....I ol.ej i;p t-y
t':.' .a. u;' .! :'. I v. .'. v. I ; Il I'lings on
M i! i i. I c. r ... . ! .. ,i i I Kliriniu-
t:s:: .. i- u .. i-t t . v .in' t:; V ur I iver
I'- 'w . ! ! s s ii t i .. MMMONS
I l . : ! i I '.!''.( t i J it. It also
('.'. - d ' ; ! I i.i. ;...' it pr.'perlv at
V' 'i. . w ': .1 v ;.r i . i I lv Uve Irom
p.'i- ii ...a.' t, v.!i : b.i.lc i ; igor.iti'J.
v. i; .: t I'.'i:: iiixr iti.ooDwhcn
y.HT sx'. :- f. n e.'Mdltian, .iiiJ that
w ill -iilci v.h'i t':.' I i i i- Ivpt .utive.
Irv i I ii. r LVm. Jv o:kc and note ths
d. I a. '. Hit til,,' on,',' SIMMONS
I iu ;' I.. . ii i n iu --H i, Simmons
I l i i" id " I A I !; v. ! ii': makes the
d'lb'lell -. I i,e' I' 111 poudC ' Ml li.juij
111 CI Iv I l.'p.uej. or i,i.:lo- ., i,-.. it th
p'Wuei; I'd I ike l l . As 1 ( KLUU
LAU.K. You'll tnid tin- b'Ll) en every
p. ihagc. Look I t It.
J. li. Zs'iln: Co., l'blludi Iphlo, I'a.
FI.IIKKSCF. AMI McKKNZIK.
Makes Three Umiiiil
il li ipi't
hhiii ab ..
Iig l.t the
u a stonj
.ily i. sei My I
i rt tu. n r.- John A i.dersni',
f the Central s.liool, lint
an incident ye.ti riliiy after
l J i.'c oek. lie w as work-
r. siilct.cc of Hon. H K Kin
while In the wood shed and
ing position sverd licks o1
o f Kit wood rill Upo J1 (riilirs.17
iirled '.liru. He was ii Ukun tsit
mil fur a time It whs ferid had re-elv.-d
s ri'.us Injuries, l k luckily lit
s. 8 cd only Wth scveiw bruises. His
ice on the right side ami his right
rm are badly briils.il, and also his
boulders. He i , ubU to Is-alsiut the
ireets today, I ti it will If ft-vcrsl
...U Isfore he can d 1 any work. I r
D.ow n drc-cd hit wound .
II 1 1 Thompson of Salem has taken
out a medical license. Dr Thompson
is a son in-law of Hon Hen B Dorris.
A new sidewalk has been laid in
( "( Itage i front of the Mel 'lung properly on (In
I corner of Willamette and Seventh
(ieo M Miller has Instituted an in
junction suit against Hubert Mclntyre,
Frvan Smith and Mvron B Wood iu
he ciieiiit court.
Douglas county advertises for pro-
p .sals for the construction of a steel
lattice jail cel . Douglas' criminal
faniilv must be on the increase.
There is a movement on foot at As
toria, lo have the presentation oft'ie
battleship Oregon silver service take
place at that cily during Ihe August
J It Lee. of Lee's brickyard wtst of
town, was thrown from nl uuggy
iluiday evening while returning
from lodge at Irving and quite serious
The case of the slate vs Newman,
(he boy who plead guilty to thecharge
f larc.'iiy of money from the Jap camp
has been taken under advisement by
Judge I'ottci' for a few days.
Miss Mabel Baker, the little live-
y, 111 - olil daughter ol ( tenrge lluKcr 01
Portland who is visiting with het
grand paieiils, Mr and Mrs It M Blair
in thlscily, was run into by a careless
Id ') clist last evening and sustained
Mrs Ida Schrimj f, a wo nun who
resiiles iu a house on West I'.iglitn
street, is said to be ill destitulu (ir
slnuc 's iiuil ha not even a bed to
sleep upon. Shu gave birth to a child
a few days ago. Kugenc's charitable
women should investigate at once.
James Monro has resigned his po.
siiion li OM Young's meat market
ami leased Dr A Sharpies' stock much
-on 1 h of the city. Mr Moore lias been
in Mr Young's employ for nearly lour
yi iirs and during that time has been
constantly oil duty. His place has
been II I I1-1I by Dell Keed, a Port and
An Interesting itory Is told of a
young man who recently r ule Irom
Omaha to Portland for only V.'S. At
Iho beginning of each division he
bought a ticket for a few miles and
then borrowed the long distance tag ol
a man having a ticket, when the con
ductor passed acting as uiiconcerni d as
The citiz 'lis of L11I ec, Me, are golnif
to buy a new hearso for the town by
popular silb-criptioli. The proposition
uiade is this: F.ach subscriber agre-i
to pay l, with proviso "that If he
should have list; for the same" (the
hearse, of course), w ithin two years,
1 e shall be entitled to a rebate ciUiil to
the sum subscribed. It is evident that
the si b crlbi rs w ho have occasion to
use the hearse w 111 be "111 it."
Pio-l i'i ts at present are for a splen
did Iruit crop in Soiilhern Oregon.
Frost now would do great damage,
but it Is not anticipated A conserva
tive esllui iti; of Urn pr ibable amount ol
pinches alone for shipine. t from or
chard In Ashland and Immediate
vieinlly, ba-ed oil the present outlook
is ".nO.IHio, boxes this sea-on. The geii
.rsl pr is pi ct In the valley are excel,
lent thu fur.
In psm Mate the bicycle has been
legally termed a road vehicle, and, as
such, Is entitled to the same pllvilvges
a other conveyances on the public
highways, 'i he unwritten law of the
road Is that vcld' h s divide the In. V
led space, but courtesy di mauds that
Iho hghllv laden give wy to the
that is loaded. In Oregon, however,
1 here Is u sis-eiul statute nil this ml-
For the next six months the mall
routes In Florence ami Foley Spring
respectively have been expedited t
three round trips per week.
The following is the sche lule, of KM
Bangs' stage hue:
'l'i I l.nilbNi K.
Stage w ill leave Eugene for Florence
Mondays, Wednesdays ami Fridays at
II a m returning 011 alternate days.
TO I'Ol KY SI'lilSdS.
Singe w ill leave Eugene for Foley
Spring on Mondays, Wo ucsday ami
Fridays at ii a m reluming on alternate
Singe w ill make daily trips from
Eugene to Lea burg and return, leaving
F.ugcnc at ii a in and arriving nt Lea
burg a' 11 a 111 and returning stage
leaving Lvalmrg at 1 p m and airlving
ut Eugene at ' p in.
Mongolian Pheasants in ltockliriilge.
Kockbrldge, Va News: 1 The much
talked of Mongolian pheasants I ill
ported from Eugene, Oregon by Major
F W Houston, arrived Saturday. On
i'ucKilay Major Houston and Messrs J
P Welsh, J (1 Petllgrew, A A Wad-
lell ami Daniel Welsh built two wire
enclosuics nnd placid a pair of the
birds lu each. One pen is ou the
Welsh in Alone Mills neighborhood
and the other pen Is 011 (ho adjn 11 Ing
farm of John L Tenfold These blrda
are prolllle. layers, laying Irom sevent
ty live to eighty egg a season, but
they will not raise a brood while In
inflnement or when first transported
from their native soil, as has been
shown by experience. Iu crder to
overcome this dilllculty the eggs will
hu placed under hens, and will be
hatched and Ihu broods raised iu this
ay. After the young birds been ne
large enough lo care for themselves
they will be turned looso at different
points In the county. These birds are
very much liku our own pheasants In
(dor, but the plumage of the male is
much more brilliant than that of the
inllnary mils pheasant. Iho total
cost of the two pulls was :),'l, and this
cost will he shared hy Major Houston
and seve.'al other Lexington sports
men interested lu the movement."
Ei uknk, Or., Muy I. 18l7.
Editok flCAUD: Dear Sir. It
might be of Interest to your readers to
know the rates of transportation to the
International convention of the Young
i'eoples Society of Christian Eudeavor
lo be held In Hall Francisco, California,
The rate from Oregon has been fixed
st one fare for the round trip I. e. $20
as points In the slate are over 400 miles
from San Francisco.
L. O. Adair,
Inns WuKK.The Eugene Foundry
has finished the pilasters and lintel for
Ihe new front in the building formerly
occupied by A (loblsmlih. This re
minds us Ihut it is seasonable to again
suggest H ut there Is no use going
away from home to get any kind of
iron work. Mr Frn.er has a well
equipped foundry, understands the
hiisiuiss thoroughly, and furnishes
iron work cheaper than outside
foundry that must meet freight
Brownsville Times: J W Vaughn, a
photographer of Faigene, moved his
family to this city Monday, and 1 J
gone to housekeeping In the Sanders
residence. Il has pitched his photo
teuton Nlaiu street and saysh? ex
pects lo make his heme with us.