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SSTJBLImiEIi MR TilE UUSKUmTION If DtSOCKlTir PRISCIPIKS. AND Til K1K1 .1.1 flOMITimM BT TUB SWEAT CP OCR BEOW
WEEKLY EUGENE BOUD.
L- i ,Ht ll'll' "
lllnmMt li tavern
! . ... .ml KiJllh
TKKM-toK HI IH'Kll-nilX:
fh "lh': .
rates made known
i...u,.si letters to CJCAUK,
S. LUCKEY m
jocks. Watcher, Chains. Jewelry, Etc
t vm winVPTLY DONE.
PA 1 14 1 "
III WorU Warranted
t. W. BROWN, M. D.
1. .,(.. i m ami Surgeon
LV.n.1 re.U,f.c. overpo-tofliee. Hour.;
jjj'i . ai.;l--!to2,6to.. in.
cIanite and marble. works,
,1 Sew I'rlcet I" Fore'K"
.mwuc M.rl.lf' ""'" Mo""""""-
IU., . si. ml Cemetery work ni
,11 kinds for 's'-
ULWOlUC CiUAKANTKEI) !
.-t., vii.'nt). Or
n c. wouuw.
n - r-l TT
-On-lmll i.lock swilli ot Cliiisinaun
KluKSl, : 1 OltlCOON.
S. K. Maiiki.kv.
ISnsey & Markley,
iinrtn.il froWU- Busluess Spec
' ,iV.:liil'lin-miiii Block.
i ir J. A'lTON. ifti'"'1
m I nif I f TT
im iio, - i k
Willpia. iu'j iii all the court of this
0flU-in Wultmi block.
L. L. WHITEOW,
. .. ... i ni.tr.. .n
vil li i.iiri'linocit llie Ollirc i "
! .1. , W V. lli'i"l'r I mil now
;ml in. I.i iitiytlilng III Hie Unco DviitWrj
UtafnlnT.' ni.l ..IliiT.
Cro.n ind Bridge work I Specially,
B. D. PAINE. F
W. OtBU FN
toe Loan and Savings
l ToH-i-1). A. I'kIih-, J. B. Itarrln. J. K
11. i. I'Mliiu. W. E. Brown, J. t.
(.iIiiiimiii, K. W. Unburn.
Fill U3 ClDilal, j: : $50,000.
Caieral B tr.kiro Business Transacted
''k t '.!,. o.l on time dnoIU.
1 4o'.i, i ,.ir, lsle,i i our cu. will ri'Cuive
lino County Bank.
KiU'ilMicd III lvi.)
general Banking business
11 branches transacted on
A. ;. Iiovf.Y, Kn-hiaeiit.
M. AI'.UAMS, IVhitr.
A li. HOVKY'Jk.. AtCfh'
MONDAY, Jl'LY in - i ' i ....,,-.., .
'"K WUNUY SCHOOL WHT WflTt lTJTJl.lt K.jIIT.0YS1KT OK kl'.LVTIVKS. , liOY l-KOWNKP. ; - r'L -''..'H-Vl
Hon I) (i i-ai,,, f
ii ..... ii . . .
""i n i enny n I.os (intos, Cul, i, in
J F Iv-cney, of (imnu lw niiiu' in
Mult.r Mercer, .,f Sun.nu-r Luke,
in the city, i
hordes III thin Nl'L'lillll,
The linpti.t cluircli mcii-ty ut O e
K'Mi City is ."0 yt-urg olil.
Allorncy J K K'liton, nf Spck t he,
i vUilin,; lriull(.
M II H nilricki, of fiicoiini, VVusli.
Hpi'iit yc-li riluy in Kujjeiii.
DrOrilehhy cume li f out Jiiuctioii
in Hie '2M looul today.
J F Killy, of Oruuu Tush, w us tloitit
iiUhliii'KS iii Kugt'iiu toilay.
V . . . t
iiuiiiiiirey ami wife aie ut
Yaiiiliim 15y i,n un oiitiut;.
Fred S lingers of l'cutlaiiil, well
known lure, is in the cUy.
tj'iite un miiDiint ol guods were n-
eeived t.y our luerchunts today.
The cimtmctork conii'lelni the
North lVarl utreet sewer today.
The tlii'i'inoineter rtuinteri'd SI de.
areci in I lie shude this afternoon.
The A O U VV erand Inde convenes
ill Portland next Vidne day.
J V Mihmv and J J W'urdlaw of
I'ickrell, Xi-b., aie in Eugene.
Mr I I, ( nniilnll left for u visit lo
IViidk'ton yeterday itiornini;.
Ouriii Wold, of Eugene, lias been
granted un originul widow's ienioii.
1'rofS li Stoneronk, of Tipton, Iowa,
is vi.iiting at tho home of 1'erry Frank.
Fred itnger.i, the well known Port
land ilriiiiiiniT, feiit Suinlay in En
A lare nuniLer of hop growers wt ie
in tow ujtoday purcliasing spraying sup
plies. Jack (iiarhait rilurntd froni Cor
valiis this af.ernoon, mu!i improvtd
in hi ullli.
Father Daly was a a-ener toC'ot-
Uige drove today n the Ko ehurg
Ell Laucr sHiil Sunday in Eugene
relui i i ,g to Portland on the S;W over
land this morning.
Miss Meicy Applegnte has returned
lionie from an exlended visit lo down
the valley points.
L 11 Poller and family leave tomor
row morning Tor date Creek to fpilid
a wvck rusticating.
.Vi Fannie Yuiing re'.urned lh;s
moriiiiig fn in a fortn ight's stay wi'h
friiu U ut Collude Orove.
Secretary Kiucaid returned to Saieni
fruni his usual over Sutiday visit ut the
lumily hmne in this city.
Mi.-s Lizzie N'tigel) uud Ida Petersen
of New London, Iowa, are the guesls
of Perry Frank and a'liilies.
MrsWT Eukiu and family will
soon remove to Sulem to join Mr Eak
in who 1ms a position under the slate.
E C Smith has returned from a trip
to San Francisco and California points.
He si ill thinks Oregon a great country.
County Judge E O Potter and fauir
ily returned from San Frintlsco yes
terday. They report a very pleasant
Mr Vincent, the chi.agiliop man,
left lor his home this morning. He
thinks gnoil I ops will be good projierty
Jno P IJarg.T returned from Junc
tiou tliis afternoon where he has been
a-sisting in the Times otllce during a
D.niglas, thu Springfield dairyman
returned last night from a visit lo Cul
ifon.ia. He leports having hud a
spiel did trip.
Chillies F Huhson returned to his
home ut Attoriu on the 10:'' local to
duy. He is now assistant engineer on
one of the Astoria lu.g.
Allorncy JK Wcafluiford, of Al
buuy, returned Saturday evening fiom
a short Irip to Foley Springs and left
for his home yesterday morning.
Oenrge Jackson of Junction is In
Ihe oil v. He still uses a cruicii io gei
thing. It will be remembered he had
a ,e broken iu two places some time
Pmf J V Johneon an 1 wi'e returned
fruni Sodaville yesterday, lhey ex
ptel to -Mart for McKenio Hridge, fm
.. .... ijl.v iiiitiuir tomo row. The Pr, 1
is much improved in hial'b.
Cahier F Y Ostium Is ha. k at mr-d.-kintlie
Eugene lan t SaviiiL's
hank, from a ten days' Hip to San
FiauLi--i, where he went on pleasure,
actiimpanied by his fami'y.
Vr (Jei.rge IJolleU oud sister Miss
Mary, f ie rlheru Io.va, unlved on the
i .... Irn n this morUlUK l '
with the family of Mrs PA lilighton
I .y have been aiUnding Hucobt.b
tlon at Sn Frui is"'
X J It (' ol AaJiUii'S, J
,U,:'.tr. .Vr C K Ur
Mrs Casey c.i s ler U r f
Tn-V went on to
u..rl n. loJr7. UT "
l,,g,. ) ol H. Tbey v 111 return to
C.Pe ih- Uii-r part of ll wctkj for
I ...,... . H1LH UU1 All Mb. j - :vSiHMm
-ui vi-j iiijf I'iut for Kmi. ilcilioii
Jl"i iiliir-l)iiiii-iisiiu4 i (
'ni'j'niiirl. J ti ; y .
Tl.e I t jll-t Wiht r.f til., uiiiv.-i-ily
i"ini.iw I'll T.Vflf'. h hlrut, ri.rlitly
l'll l'll:l(ll liV till' lnmr.l ,.t , .
: lh, YlYh,... . ,, , u ......
! llf Ul'tivitV tllU IIKirililli!. Mill 11 !iv
"- mt ii a-o until i!i, ,i i,
; tn-ctod u nt.w tuniio lur tlu- f
! The surveyors are today plallii g ll,
nr.'Uinl so tint the excavation lr lh.-
found. ilion can eoiiuni lic.' at umv.
The main fiunl ol the school w ill 1. '
luwaid the ea-i, but I here will lieu
good l irge eiitrunce from Hie south as
well. In ti,. the building w ,11 be M
feet nui lh uud s,uth and D i f,t I east '
i ....i i. .. in i i . '
...... 4i niiiiiuie a oiscllielil
leel liigli anil Iwo stories above. The
bu.eimni will contain the furnaces,
kiiehen und some ron i s fur boun'iiiijj
students. On t,e lir t lloor nil the
south side w ill be a class room -Jl x
ui'd the binary HI x :H. Acio.-s an S
foot ball w ill be the Cow les tnciiioi itl
chapel .il x 37, one story in lu-ightu
with dome nml, while in front of this
w ill bo ui,o' her class room x ;:i
There two rooms will lie connected bv
folding duois making, when necessary,
one large room with a iteming capacity
of over L'"il. On tliis ll , or also u- :he
.ear end of the Iare hall w ill be the
janitor's room, S x 1 feet, hesi, les the
lieccs-ary closets, etc.
The scooii.l lioor w ill lie used us a
dormitory, containing nine rooms the
major portion of w hich will be 1J x l.'i
in si.. The chapel In in but one s oiy
high eiiubl' s a good iiht to be obtain
ed iu all of these room.
Wiih the S foot I a-t un nt which 'till
lie aliovc gro.iud, the Siiildiug is virtu
uny uinv i tones in.;!!, aiui w i l lie ar
ranged lor the ill lilt i -1 co;, cliii lice and
every coiiilo. t for the iu Icnls p.s.l le
ill view. The biiil.ling will be ol
wood, well furnished tlii.'U-ln'iil, ai d
will fciipply i he iiic.ls .if theschool for
soinetinie. Ills hard to given tvoul
picture of the building, but Millicicnt ;o
say that it will beu credit to t ho city and
to the iii nominal ion under wlo -e
patronage it is built.
l'tul) liuui.i, inly :i
AiiofT tiik Curii;- HoIm: The
follow ing appeand in tlr.' telegraphic
columns of the ( 'icgonian toilay:
"Eugene, Oregon, July in. Tlu coun
ty co'irt has decided to call for bids
and lei a contract lor the construction
of the foundation of a n vv court house,
as soon as plans are accepted. It is
nib in id to build only (he foundation
this season, the superstructure is to he
built next summer." This Hie same
uc a s as published iu the Oi akh about
two mouths ugo win nit was decided
by Ihe court to build. We also stated
it that time that us soon us thearchi-
tect, Oelos 1) eer, could complete the
plans for the foundation so (he court
could udvcit for bids on the tame
this would bo i!o ie. Mr Neer will
ariivo up tonight Willi these
plans, and the bids will then be asked
lluii r'' Sulem Journal: Oregon is
to have a ll'.cn ry publiculi-in.coiidiict-ed
by Mrs. Lischeii Maud Miller, ol
Eugene, but publish' d at Portland.
I'he name of "Oi ifl' has been suggested
by Mr U ES Wood, an attor.ny w ho iu
is pleadings and briefs evinces great
familiarity w ith classical English, uud
demonstrates that the legul profession
is perhaps the strongest of all iu giving
hearty encouragement lo belles letters.
I'lie inuguzi ne has also the patronage
of such writers as Ella Higginson, the
New Whatcom poetess, Prof. Cuisou,
of tlie State university; Joaijuin Miller,
of the Heights, Oakland, Cal., and all
the prominent literary people of Ore
gon, as well as writers iu N w York
and Chicago. The pi ice is ( be l. jb
Dmljr I.USM, July I'.i
Taku k 111 I.I. Pas.skii. 'I he con
ference report on Ihe tariff bill passed
the house last evening. An alialy is
of the vote shows that lM) republicans
and live democrats vole-, for the bill
audi' 0 democrats and 1J populists
iguinst it. The . I 'bate Was short but
earnest. One of Ihe greatest d"inn
niratioiis of the d bale occurred w hen
Lanhuiu, who followed, paid a tribute
to V J liryan. Tlie deiuocials, cheer
ed for severul uiinuti s. mi l many ol
tlie spectators joined iu the demonstra
tion, 'ihe seliute amendments to
place burlaps, bags, cotton bugtriiig
and straw mailings on Ihe fue lisl
were disagreed to, and llie-e iiiun
ufactures plueed on the dutiable list at
MAKim.ii. ) w liy
known fund ore m m, has i.
notice of ihe j. an las'. ( ln
Miss ll. ssie A K'y, to W J
tt her home lu (ir.nivi.i..,
ou June Hi They have jus
fr.u t b
t kf tlie Eastern m.'J Middle
iuss-sJ" : ''iii'-at Alloua, Penn,
Wl.S't It '! '' ' I't'sltiou ill the
of.tfe rif ll rinteiob nl of the
peiinyh-aiim raiiio-.'!. Many of our
' " ,
,i ii, i i.il er the chai lliing
ii,l ae oii.l'i.-f'J 1 t il l--, a- sne inane
.8kS . t V"- - i
, t.i .... .i. .
i.i in r Mil tney will oin intj
I,, -v... i l.r.vr c .nirraiUIUlloUri
OIL SATURDAY, JULY
It Sme the Org'Ulnu Item Wus a Ho L-H" lln Life In tho '1 iMti'lu Tiim f-- .v'p"""- T r
""! i llurifMiuo. I Mi'Kiuw. Nv v . "x-'v-.'-j
Fiiiliiu' cf Oilur Counties ti A
'hh: a Tel Can' tlic
Jn.Ur I'.un r link i Ii, i I.I. il
Tois morning a Ol aiu. l. , one on ttu.t .pU.ye. in each department ,,f In a enp'o of hmns, I ill life was ex
Hurling County Judge Poller and in- ..... ..,.,.. ..,.,,.,,. .hoiil.C ,i,ut'
'piiridu-lihis Ideas of a l.fe .!, the
"an wave, which the jmlgw nav s eon
li l ntiaily isn't what llscnukid ii to
be br. ii'l.id the nil'lut 'ol the coun
ty c. inn. is-i. .tiers lijunct oil re
slraiiiii g t!,e counly lieaut.r from
paving the stale t incs b"ilig sllsluilled
by Jn.lg Fallen"!!.
) cs, I had Ii al lied of the demurrer
't ing sustained." renlied thu ludjr.
but we will not appeal the case."
" 1 hen, as a test case It w ill
practically unsellli d'.'" .(ilcricd
"es, continue. I llieju.lge. "Iu
the Ii:-.; pli'ce ull the couiitu of the
s'ule agreed to stay in nil the proposi
tion uuti na.i lliev iloiic i there Is no
iiitstiou in my mind but that we
would have wtui, livery one of them
has backed mil, however, and are pay
ing on their tae, Multnomah county
ho'vetci, psying to the stuto only in
, p'o'ioi lion as sne is n civing it from
.the taxpayers, while some of the
j counties have pai I in full. We don't
(caret., have Lane county fight the
thing alone, and so will drop it.''
The reporter then r. paiied to County
1 rca u;i r Patterson's olllcc, to llnd out
at what tune the iiniaiuillg taxes
would be si ut dawn. Mr Patterson
statu! that tnuiinr nv he would i-elid
dovtn $ IS.l.l.si;, that urn lint being
the b..luiuv lie now held that had
beell Colltclid belonging In the htute.
This lea.es the slim ofj;is. .yet due
the slate, which will be paid when It
Are Fni-iiils in iiegoii.
Messrs J W Near a id D o OIcsom, of
Madrid, Iowa, who have for a week
been visiting in Eugene In n business
pleasure way, started on their le-
turn trip this morning. I'.uth gentle
lien are so delighted with Oregon's
climate mid prospects that they suy
there is no iiso U llli. g their neighbors
the precise truth uLoat our fine coun
try, for tiny wouldn't believe It if
they did. However they too1! back
sonic s mp'cs of fruit, grain, tc, and
to substantiate what ilcy are
going lo say about (lie heavy. h. aring
orchards and grain fields will produce
some kodak views that w ill silence any
doubting Thomas. Una fact may be
noted iu connection with the visit of
these gentlemen. Neither one had
even a thought of locating lie'e when
they left their home, yet could they
dispose of tln-ir Kuckeye properly,
which each holds In a goodly amount,
ihcy would gladly migrate uud theii
destination would be Eugene. It is
imbed u very opportune thing that so
many people from every section of the
I nileil .-Mates liavo visited Ihe coust
this summer, tor It is beginning to be
noted that the long bousled mpli inacy
of California over Oregon Is a myth,
as so many of our visitors, these two
among them, have frankly said. Mr
Near is an influential attorney iu his
home state, and Mr Olesou one of the
prominent coal miners ai d propectors
ol that section. They have made a
very pleasant aciiiaiulaneeshlp during
their short visit among us.
Ut i:i. J; : i t H Cathey, un old
pioneer wlio crossed the plains in Ihe
eurly '.jds, died ut Cotags Orove hit
evening, of dmpsy. He lived iu this
vicini ubout .'i'i years, and was a
member of the Masonic order, mid will
he buried under thu auspices of thai
oiih r V'c lncsduy. He was "I years
old. lieu as a brother-ill law of ti It
Chi i - ii i :i ti of this city.
liiitliliUY Pakt. A biilhday
dinner was given Mr T S Hid. lie today
by bis sou, N Kickel, Iu Eugene,
The old gentleman was -J years of
ago. May he enjoy in a y more aniii-
versuriisof birth, is the wish of the
(iiiAM Lulu.!. In i ie. a i ks. (ieo li
Dorr's, II J Hawthorne and J I)
Myers went to Portland this morning
as deli fates lo the giai.d lodge AO U
W, which convc o s thm-at 10 a in
omorrow. J C ( bur. n will go down
tomorrow' morning to complete, tlie
Eugclie rpiartet of deb gates.
h:ty mi I .' . ;
Hop Com ic a is 1 1 1 1
contract for the 'I I, Vet) t
.V ' o l y J li lb.' ef .. -f
"so isiuti !
s Owen filed
llf ..pS W IS 1.1 I III I I,,'
otlice. and .'it c. iiis is lo
for picking. A'o Norr
i.hatb'1 moilg ti."- on hi
hi" iron fif
in favor of S H l-'iier.dl
Ca-I. hls'lls-hli. I ho two txiys,
.-harp simI Provn re, brought U yis
t i .lay lil,,r.- J.i-'i.e WinU'rmeler,
wire r -. d uii r in.g tried before
J jry. T ei oj.ha'l brought the tjuat
iiarth ui ine n
er hi (ore ihe trial,
... i ..it . . . i .....
uiiioi'i. ... i
I ti .1 the job of re
SWi'inz ii hi iisuwurr,
III! .... . . . ' 5 'V iV " ''I
We take 1 lie follow ing fiom .venter
Uv1. ks .i.,1.1 loiirniii'
The Journal has alwaj s nppo.eJ the
custom of public oftlcials iiioin-iioli.
ing pla.vs iu the public service, llu.l
should bo oiieli to all alike, for lh. ir
..an r.inillu. V.. l-li,.e . li.i nf nil
. M. ,,,.,1., ,,,.1,10. '
hollowing from .val. in in the Urcgo. i
lllall is a bll lesipie:
(ioveruor Itrd, four nephew-; See-
relary of Statu Kluculd, three nephews!
and i cousins; Treasurer Mcl-chan,
one son, six nephews, unit IU roii.ins;
Chief Justice M.Miie a sou ami ihniRh
Ii r, a nephew and two cousins, Attor
i in v Oeneral Idlvman. a brolher and
I Ihreo cousins; Assistant Ircasuier
HiHlgkln, a son and six cousins; Suis'i
intciiileiit Pal ue, w hole family.
So far as the above Is Intended to
druw out the facts, It will serve a good
purpisc. Hut there will always be
persons who will consider it g..s:el
truth As a matter of fact Supt. Paine
has none of his family on the asylum
payroll. Mrs Pal no has once taken
the piece of the matron w hen she was
oil duty. Miss Paine has acted as por
tress at times. When il Is remembered
that social gatherings at which the best
ponp o in this city take pari, are part
of the program uud work of the asy
lum, th employment of Miss Paine Is
I'.vcryolie knows that neither (iov
eruor I brd nor Secretary Kiucaid have
any relatives lu ofili". If the aiticle
in today's Orcgonian Is Intended as a
joke, It Is a poor one ami misleading.
l'hosc ligagcd 111 the bminessof put
ting their relatives iu otllce, like tliis
sort of thing, because ll sit-ins to con
nect others who would not bo guilty
of such conduct along will) them iu
their nafariotis trade, and serves to
take some of the oprobrium from them.
We w antjo say, if these soplo think
they can drive oil attention from
their favoritism ami nepotism by Ibis
kind of a dodge, they are mistaken.
We intend that the public shall know
the class of people filling public olllees,
mil those guilty of nepotism must
talc the cnnsciiie::ccs.
A llci.Vj llaiso All Over Ike Wollil.
I.iVKiii'iMii,, July 1'0. CargiHS on
passage about 0 ponce dearer; Liver
pool spot excited, ami higher by two
I i ice.
Xkiv Yoiik, July Lil. Mark-1 very
strong; closing at 7sc.
CiiKAim, July I.M. Muiket dcurer,
closing at .
San Fhaniisoi, July ID. Market
strong and excited, closltig at tl""Nl
A l'va-t of (iood 1lilii(s.
Junction City M E Church, July lit;
:l uiul L'".
Friday 2.1, 8 p in, addiess, Itev T 1!
Ford, I) I). Saturday HI, 3 p in. (Quar
terly Cuufereiice of Junction City and
MouriH circuit. 8 p m, sermon by Itev
1' It Ford I) 1). Sunday ", ) a in.
Sunday school. 11 am, uniooi, liish
op Earl 'JraiiBton, L L I). II p in, sac
rament of the Lord's supper. 7 p ti).
young people's rally, addressed by vis
iting pastors. 8 p in, crmnu by liish
A number of neighboring pastors
will be present and render valuable
aid. Tho basement will be provided
with chuirs, tabl a and water, where
you ran spread your dinner and spend
iho noon hour in comfort. If you come
on Saturday you can camp lu the
basement until Sunday. Come and
enjoy these good things with us.
That (Jkhman Picnk. Tho picnic
held on the Island, live mills north of
Eugene Sunday, was attended by
about 4ij0 people. At noon a uiiiuei
free for all was provided and was lib
erally patronized. Speeches were then
made by Itev I)r Driver, aud Attorneys
Hardy and Markley. Ice cr am, beer
and lemonade were served free as long
as they lusted . Music was furnished
by the Irving brass baud, aud wus
hiithlv snnreclated. Much credit is
duo W Sanders for Hie orderly man
ner in w hich it wus conducb d and
thu success of thu allulr. lie was
cheered loudly mid enthusiastically
mid thanked the audi. nice for their
appreciation. Il was "broadly hinted
that Mr Sanders would bo pushed by
a large number present for a'l Impoi
taut city p mitloii at the mil mimic!
This rcsiil wus by some means
crowded out of ycster.b.y's Issue. Ed.
Fl.V I vilMiliiKH. Suleln S utesinaii:
That uio-t pestiferous if iioeuts, the
house lly, wus I in polled Into Oregon
late In the 4 i's or eurly In the- W:
Mr McClano used to say that w hen he
first cairn; to Oregon there was not a
My of any kind, although Ileus wi re
plentiful. Iwis and Clark suy Ihe
Pit. Oitr.t, Jul; -t)
Nl.w PaiIjh-C.iI. S P Hlad.leii re
dived by this un r lll's fielghl -"JXK)
tia! Iiill tin lull' ki-ta lo use lu nullimr Ull
his l.rune butler. e(c. A hug" force of
...... i i,...,l n. the wn.k.
- . 's.crn.iy al.ernooii slior:iy before
si nciocK, an miinigraut boy, ugi il
. 1,1 ' 11 .Vl'iir-. while' in swimming
al'oul one luih. hi l.n Hoi.drii ks' feny
1,1 ' McKci io liver, was silddi nly
j "vcicome by the cold water un.l sank
1 lo 'he hot ion;. The body was recovered
were unable to learn the name
of the boy lr,. in our informants, S C
lot,oii and Orin (irecn. They said
the family had only moved into the
in Ighborhood a couple of weeks ago,
but lliey were English.
Every summer several lives uro lost
in (ho rivers of Lauo counly. We be
lievo this to be tho first drowning,
however, this year.
CoiiiiiiI Mom r i our'
W A Mead deputy assessot VI oil
A Wheeler clerical work ou do-
liiiiiient assessment rolls 4 IH
C W Thompson, deputy sheriff.. 7 00
S L Kline, paiiier supplies Ill 75
V 11 Yarney, pauper supplies 4 10
(irion tV Sou pauper supplies . . 10 b.
J T Cull Ison A. S Mi pauper sup
plies 3 IH)
Kobert Johnson pauper supplies.. 1 M
John Wlnzenrled lumber. . IS t0
Hall tt Son pauper supplies.
t Electric Light Company services
for June 2S Oil
W C Yoruii deputy sherill M 00
J E Jennings deputy clerk....
Ell Ha il s livery hire II 60
II C Hjerko road In Tp H, S ll o
West; said road ordered entabllshed as
viewed and surveyed, ami supervisor
ordered to open the saiiiu for travel.
Win Mcl'ully, stippllis for
S E Hi own, room and meals for
circuit cic t jurors
W T I'aih . county commis
sioner J T Callison county commis
C M Collier, inmklng govern
ment corners C 00
E W Cobb, vlcwir Capo Creel;
Jason Niflcy, viewer Cupu Creek
C H Morgan, viewer Capo Creek
Win Fields chaiiimaii Capo
II E Cobb chaliimmi Cape Creek
W II Spaugh marker CajH) Creek
C M Collier surveyor Capo Creek
load 20 "0
A C Jennings stationery, etc ...
Clarence. Thompson speclul cons
table, state vs Yule, claimed
J W Ku vs. colli ii. box and robo
A E Wood supplies fm pauper. ...
J T Callison, supplies for pauper
James Purvin supplies for pau-
J I. Page supplies for pauper 10 7')
John Anderson boiinly on coii-
gar - y"
A J Ward bounty on o.iyote 2 00
Eugeiio Lumber Co lumber -1 41
J C (icsidale IuiiiIm r
ii I. Long nails W
A 0 Jennings stationery
ESchwMr.schllil stalionery 7
E O Potter pauper supplies 3 00
E O 1 'otter road supplies 2 00
Dorothea Schmidt gram! jury
Jacoblna Schmidt granu jury
II ll Miller printing
J L Stewart supervisor road dis
trict No 87 19 W
Thomas dray supervisor road
district No 31 10 OJ
John A Castor work with rock
Carson Mulhews work with rock
ciusher ,H 75
J 8 Taylor work with rock
crusher 10 '
Chas E Simpson, road work 48 .17
i, i. i. ' r.O 87
L E Heau bl irtliig mat rial 4 00
JA Armltagu viewer Hendricks
.....i 1 W)
(Wo Younir work with rock
,o-,,-l,..r from n ill. 1 fund 7 00
L L (lurrett work with rock
crusher from road fund " 03
HC Dotsoii ferryman McKen.lo. 3S 7'i
i." ih.veioi h rrvinan Lowell 15 "0
ir.. i,..'iii.o,l laiiltor 1 2
LT Harris deputy district at
torney stale vs Hoc u"
An L'.M'Ki.Nnri.Kii Tun K.-Somo
time Hulurday ulght soino party t'K'k
what was probably a diamond aud
iiii.de a scratch about 12 Inches long
on n.,o of the large plute glass w ludows
of the Lull" Comity bunk, on the W il
Imiiette street side, making an un
sightly seur ou the lino glass besides
weakening it. No pmlicular object
v'ould be gullied by such a defuceiiiillt,
and tl,o(J AKI regrets being culled
upon to chronlclu tlio fai I that Eugi uo
lias w lllilu her limits liu w bo would
stoop to so low a dud. They deserve
Id lie sevetely uunlshi'tl, and tho vljj-
, """ce of our ofileers may Jet
warded lu catching sucli men
w .' , " .1
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TV. :, f:
NSlMnoS 1 Vi -' I ' ..ft UOR-Jon't
t 'I f t.i t i it. i:,. .. .:,. ssl'.g.jnh
Jiinii : t ie , , i t I ;;! n it'.ire,
nn 1 t:i- sv-t ' . . .: ', e I up by
tin' a. ciui: ! i 1 . . . . ., ;i I rrn's on
)! nil. 1 v, . i - I Kla-inu-
t;-; .i. -a . ; t .. ;. , v.ur l.iver
ll"'V , 1 ' 1 ' s 1 .1 tie NI.WMONS
l.lvi i K;.: .1 i .. t , i ,t. It also
rv.''l ifei t;ie I ... - :.-.':" it properly at
work, wlu.i v -i;r ". .:.-:i v. .Ii l e lice from
poison .ind tee v.-'i 1 I .'.v i:u !...r.ited.
You set Til;: in: .i 111 (lOOuhcn
your syvtet!! i ; i i A e '-i.l tio-i, ,n,J that
will only lr vvh -: !!i I p, er is K-',t .Mice.
Irv a l.iver It'-n !v one.. ,n,d note ths
uiitcn n. f. Hut t e, j
I IV! i u;m i u. i' -I
IVl.u Rbt.l l i, ,.;
dittcreiKi. I a,,e ii i i
alie.klv prcp.trcj. . i r.
iviwder; l ot t.il.c M H
LrOK. You'll :n. til
pnvlv.igo. Look I ,r it.
' i't the
r 1 r hi I1' I'jiJ
.i !! I tlie
'N--I l I l PfciiU
1;l:!j . en every
Js 11. Zvlliii & Co., l'lilladeljifilu, ,
FKO.M SOI I'll LINK.
Serenaded - Kb
Fl'l'.NVAl.i:, July 17, s07.
Winter grain Is mostly harvested
and spring grain Is ripening fast. Tho
aphis has made lis appearance in largo
numbers iu smuo fields, but m far
seems to have. done, little or no dam
ago. Mr mid Mrs Charles Teeters of How
Hiver, visited several days of last week
with llu family of Henry Mitchell,
Las! Friday night P N Shelley and
bride w ere serenaded by about it do.eu
ladles of tliis lielgliboihooil. Mrs.
Shelley conies among us nn entiio
stranger, but well recommended, uud
Is receiving a hearty welcome from
Hcnt. Elliot, wife and seven chil
dren arrived hero fioui Eastern Oregon
I'huibday evening and will visit for
several weeks with relatives lu various
parts of tho county.
Tho Mat hews Hros. attended "thu
meeting" ut Lebanon last Monday,
uiul an more eiithiishiNtlo Hiyuu men
"O J Wurhlulon uiul family visited
friends at Hush Island hist Friday and
A large nuuihir of people in this
portion of Iho counly me seveit ly crit
icising tliu action of tho county court
iu tlie mutter of building a new court
housu during tho present "haul times."
They fail to see how tho pioplo mo to
puy thu amount iiecessiuy without
Miss Stella How Ian, I of Eugene, is
spending u few days in this neighbor-
hiMid, the guest of Mis I) W Hridgoi.
Mrs Narcissa Havis is reported ipilte
III at this writing; hurvoin prontrullou
tho principal trouble.
John Handsukcr was seen in this
Ui'ighboihood last Thursday, and one
girl bus u still nick Inconsequence.
Wo understand that Mr ami Mrs
Wado Martin will leave in a few day,,
for Kitsoii Springs, in hopes of Im
proving the htalth of Mrs Martin, who
has been poorly for sou u time.
IS k. vr to tiik Hiisi'iTAi.. Suuilay'a
Pendleton Tribune: Judgo Martin
yesterday committed to the county
hospital Halpli Winkle, aged IS years.
Tho young man hails from Eugene,
where ho wus burn aud has slnco
lived up to four months ago, w lien he
went to Alitelopo, Wasco county. He
came to this country lu si arch of work
ludt month. Tho young man is out of
money mid issullering with chills and
fever, so that he cannot perform man
Easikkn MiNismw. Hev W I.
Sutherland, of Kmisus City, Mo., gen
dal Sunday school superintendent of
tho Congregational church for tho
states of Kansas and Missouri, preuched
two excellent sermons yesterday to
lurgH audiences ut First Piesbyterltin
mid M E churches, retp. ctively. Hev
J N Wright of Illinois, preuched un
eloquent sermon ut the Chrlstiun
church, ye terday forenoon.
Dill, Guard, July I'i.
A Hu ll S I HI ki:.- I) H Mill ruy, su
perintendent of the Noonday Mining
Co, located 111 the Hoheinla district,
wus lu the city today. He reports that
a rich strike of quart, ha been made
In that mlno Unit exceeds aiiythihg lu
llchiieis yet seen in that valuable
mine. If tho Huhcmia mid lUue Hlver
mints were located in Alaska thous
ands of prospectors would visit them.
Will. Hits. Wo mo reliubly ln
formtd that the Eugene fruit dryer
will run lor custom work this year.
Tho tannery will al put tp a lot of
toniab .s. This will be good new to
our 1 1 l ardisis. Further announce
ment w ill ho made in a Uw Cay St
" "'ret' wet ks visit.