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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1897)
Hbvdfitn DfctciJ okbismcl.
lMerred t Judiciary CoiinultUe fur
KtoomnieDdalloD at Council
Vesting Last Right.
Dally Guard, NoremberS,
Tbs following propped ordinance re
lating to Hie um of bicycles was last
night referred to tbe Judiciary com-
lultUeof the city couucll. Tin tblrd
reading aud balloting upon aaiue will
be done at the regular meeting in De
cember Ad ordinance to allow licensed and
practicing physicians and officers to
ride bicycle on the aldewalka in the
city of Eugene.
The city of Eugene does ordain m
B-ction I. That it eball be lawful
fur any licensed and practldos: phy
sician, any police officer of tbe city of
Eugene aud any sheriff or deputy
sheriff of Lane county, or any con
stable residing wllhiu tbe chy of Eu
gene to ride a bicycle day or night on
either side of auy side-walk in the
city limits of tbe city , of Eugene, ex
cept neither of tbe above enumerated
persons shall ride a bicycle on tbe
side-walk on either side of Willamette
street, between Otb and iOtb, streets, or
on the north side of the side-walks on
8th and 9th streets between Olive and
Provided however that any such
person riding a bicycle at Light shall
have attached a bead-light or lamp at
tbe front and burning at all times said
blcyc e shall be moving and also shall
have attached thereto a stgnal-bell and
shall sound tbe same at tbe approach
of every street crossing or turn of cor
ner and shall also ring said bell on ap
proaching any pedestrian at least 40
feet before reaching said person.
Bectlon 2. That no person named In
section 1 of this ordinance shall tide a
a blcyble on any side-walk In the
city of Eugene at a greater speed than
eight miles an hour In broad daylight
or six miles an hour at night
Kectlon 8. That any person violat
ing this ordinance shall on conviction
before the city recorder be fined not
less than five nor more than twenty
dollars, and shall pay tbe costs of pros
ecution, and In default of the payment
of such line and costs oball be Im
prisoned In tbe city Jail one day for
each two dollars of tuch fine and
Section 4. That all ordinance or
parts of ordinances In conflict with
this ordinance are hereby repealed.
A SHELTER FOR BOHEMIA.
Hlne Owners May Unite Their Inter
ests and Secure a risni Val
uable Concentrates Ready
11 K Worley, of Tacoma, who owns
tbe Golden Blipper mine In the Bo
hemia district, came In from bis mine
the other day and went to Portland to
meet and confer with Judge Held as to
putting tbe ilammersley mine, near
Grant's Pass, which has been ao long
lu litigation, In operation.
Mr Worley says Bohemia is bound
to make the largest mining camp on
the Pacific coast. lie says he has un
der consideration, with other parlies,
the purchase of a smelter to be erected
near his property at a cost of about
fGOOO. There are concentrates enough
at tbe Muslo Mine alone to pay ror a
smelter, besides those at tbe Noonday
and Champion mines. Mr Worley has
consulted with owners of other mines
with a view to securing their co-oper
eratlon, and has met with all the n
couragemeut that could be desired.
Tile V, S. Supieme Court Declines
Take a Hand In toe Matter.
Washington, No? 8. Tbe United
B'ates supreme court today affirmed
tbe decision of the circuit court of Cali
fornia refusing a writ of habeas cor
pus to William Henry Theodore Dur
rani, under sentence of death for tbe
murder.of Miss Blanche Lamont at
San Francisco, In April, 1895.
The case has attracted attention
thtougbout tbe whole United States,
and today's decision permits tbe law
to take its course with tbe condemned
Chief Justice Fuller announced tbe
court's decision, but made no remarks
save to cite a few authorities on which
the court based tbe decision.
Tbe decision of the Durrant case was
In response to tbe motion of Attorney
General Fitzgerald to dismiss the case
or affirm the decision of tbe court be
low. The chief Justice In rendering
the opinion of tbe court, Indulged in
no comment whatever, merely remark
ing that tbe order of tbe circuit court
was affirmed on tbe authority of tbe
decision of tbe court in previous cases.
Aiiorney-uenerai Fitzgerald was
present In tbe court room when the
opinion was rendered, and said it
would Insure Durrani's banging,
Met la Regular Session aud Transacted
council met at chambers in tbe olty
uamasc evening la regular session
Present, Mayor Kuykendall, Council
men Day, Horn, Gray, Flsber and
Minutes of regular meeting of Oct
II, and special meetings of Oct 25 and
28 and Nov 1, read and approved,
The finance committee rtported fa
oi ably on the usual budget of bills,
which were allowed and ordered paid.
ibe monthly, report of tbe street
committee was .read and plsoed
relillon from F W Or burn et al. to
close alley between lots 1 and 2, and 7
and 8 la Dorrls' addition was read
and referred to tbe atreet committee,
Petition from D W Coolldge et al.
for an aro or Incandescent light at
rauroaa crossing, Fifth and High
stretts, read and referred to committee
on fire and water.
Tbe usual number of bills were read
and referred to finance committee,
An ordinance to grant to physicians
ana peace omoere tbe privilege of rid
nig Dioyoiea on sidewalks with fewer
limitations than allowed bicyclists at
present. Read seeond time and re.
ferred to Judiciary committee:
Mr Day, from the committee on fire
and water, moved that 10 days further
time be granted ror tbe completion of
tbe South Eugene extension of the
- Commissioners Court.
, Resolutions of Condolence,.
Whereas, In his infinite wisdom,
the Divine Ruler ot tbe universe has
deemed it proper to take from among
ua one of our highly respected and
most faithful members, and
WiifcHKAfl, We bow submissively
to the calls of II I in whose omnipotent
power Is ever watching over us, In
surrendering to Him our cherished
member; therefore, be It
Resolved, That In the death of our
companion, Claire Fayette Bigelow,
wo have lost a most active and valua
ble member, his wife aud child alov-
lug husband and father, tbe communl'
ty an honest and unrliiht citizen, aud
be It further J
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be spread upon the ruin
utes of tbe Eugene Fire Department,
one copy sent to tbe family of the de
ceased and one copy be given to tbe
dally papers for publication,
D E Yoran, Oregon No 1
Jl R Burnett, Cyclone, No 2.
I L Si mi-son, Eugene, No 1.
E R Davis, II and L, No 1.
WILL Hodks, Rescue No 3.
Approved by the board of delegates,
November 0, 1807.
M 8 HuuiiLK,
O D Edwards,
J Kellenbeck deputy sheriff. 1 00
W T Bailey county commissioner 29 80
B F Russell, paupers claimed
$13958 allowed 139 28
E O Potter county Judge salary
October 08 65
AH Patterson treasurer salary
lor October 41 65
C S Hunt superintendent salary
for October 60 00
A J Johnson sheriff salary for
Uotober loo 65
O L Snott deputy sheriff salary
for October 75 00
AC Jennings clerk salary for
October lefl 65
FLGlbha deputy clerk salary
for October 75 00
S C Dotson ferryman salary for
October 38 75
E Bowen ferryman salary for
October 20 CO
O R Doyle night watch aud Jan
itor salary lor October 40 00
D W Coolldge deputy assessor 65 00
D P Burton assessor 78 00
J E Jennings work on assess
ment rolls 50 00
L Simons supervisor road dis
trict No 27 ;.122 00
Eugene Lean fc 8avlngs Bank
rent. 12 00
R W Lyman water hauled for
rock crusher 43 75
W 3 Moon rock haulsd for rock
crusher 18 6
C F Atkins rock hauled for rock
crusher l 25
Arra Johnson picking rook for
crusher 7 75
Mack Haskett picking rock for
rock crusher l 00
John Klon'i wood for rock
crusher ..- n M 2 25
J F Brabham hauling rock for
rock crusher 6 00
Frank Wiles work on rock
crusher 8 75
B F Flun lumber 23 00
Henry Ream work on rock
crusher 26 25
CF Atkins work on rook crush
er : 14 85
Hon 8 H Friendly Js home from
L L Woodinansoft of Portland, is in
ELIrvIn audwlfsof Albany are
la the city.
Rev J V Wooley went to Cottage
Tbe Florence mall Is now only a
. Wheat buyers are only offering 65
cents per busbel.
Mrs Geo Stausbury was a prsts ger
for Junction today.
Henry Lany, the Portland d summer,
was In Eugene today,
Hon II B Miller arrived borne today
from a trip to Portland.
R R Hayes returned today from a
trip to north valley points.
IteTl'ltDdverreturosd from Puget
Sound points last nighty . l tu
"Mrs N OApplegale" arrived " home
this morning from Yoncalla.
fiSam Parks of Pleasant Hill, returned
today from a trip to Polk county.
Delos DNeer, of Portland, architect
of the new court bouse, Is here inspect
ing. Wm ltonsbaw has again erected his
cbrysanthomum house tent at bis resi
EW Bartleit baa been appointed
register of the land office at La Grande
Deputy County Treasurer L II Pat
terson made Corvsllls a short business
James McClaren has accepted a posi
tion aa day barkeeper in tbe Hoffman
Carpenters are now busy putting on
tbe finishing wood work of the new
Deputy District Attorney L T Har
ris went to Salem today to get access
to tbe state library.
Mr and MrsW W Halnea left on
last night's overland for a visit with
friends In Douglas county.
Mrs Martha Foots and daughters
left last night for Medford where they
will make tbelr future home.
Blllse Taylor and Frank Ware went
to Luper station this morning for a
dsy's pursuit of canvasbscks and mal
Equire Farraw has been appointed
on tbe state board of equalization to
succeed SD Gibson, deceased, of Polk
Todsy's Salem Statesman: "Miss
Friendly and Mlas Williams, both of
the U of O, Eugene, were chapel vis
itors last week at Willamette univer
IIW B Andrews arrived home today
(join a trip to Ohio and Michigan. His
sitter, Mrs Mary Miller, of Columbus,
Ohio, accompanied him home and will
make ber home here in tbe future.
Alice Johnson, a former Corvsllls
girl said to have an unenviable repu
tation, was recently married in St
Louis, Mo, to a widower aged 62, with
three children, and worth $100,000.
It Is reported that W W Moore In
tends starting a five column quarto
weekly paper to be devoted particular
ly to tbe agricultural Interests, and
that the first number will appear next
is tbe Man
Who Did (lie Sbootlng
Davenport,. Wash., Nov 6. Last
night A C McKay and il Harrington
who had been drinking, started In a
buggy for Wilbur. Oa tbe way they
fell Into the company of Muss Doddaud
Wesley Summerlln, and the four
stopped and took a drink. When
they were ready to proceed again, it
was suggested tLstihe alia change
and Dodd and McKay got Into tbe first
buggy, Harrington and Sumsierlin In
the tear. As tbe conveyances wtre
bowling along the road, Harrington
drew a revolver and began shooting
One of the shots bit McKsy back of
the left ear. McKay was brought to
Davenport tbls morning, and died at
noon. Harrington Is In Jail, and will
beheld to await tbe action of the cor
Davenport, Wash, Nov 0. The
coroner's Jury lo the case ol A C Mc
Kay, shot and killed yesterday by H
Harrlnvton. while on the road to
Wilbur, rendered a verdict simply
that the deceased came to his death
from a gunshot wound, administered
by Harrington. Harrington is held
In J salt by tbe sheriff, although no In
formation has been lodged against
. SHUT Ills' HAH TWICE.
Cy Hentberly, a Former Resldeut of
Lane County, Ikes tbe Work,
Colfax, Wsih., No 6. Cy Heath'
srly, a farmer, shot Dec Downs twice
at close range today, one bullet going
through 1.1s left ear, and the other
lodgl g In his right arm. Tbe men
were standing on Mala street at the
time. Had i.ot both bullets struck
Downs, some innocent party would
undoubtedly have beeu shot, as the
street was covered with men, women
and children. Tbe men had been
quarreling. D wna was beastly
drunk, and acused Heatberly of talk'
log about blm. Heatberly tried to
avoid him and borrowed a revolver.
Heatherly was born and reared In
Lane county, being a son of tbe old
pioneer, James L Heatberly, who
I ved on Spencer cieea.
THE COUHTY PhOFiTS.
By the Work ot tbe Sheriff and
Clerk In October And bas Its own
Work Done Free
Ui.der the free systtm Lane county
was out considerable money for pay
of tbe clerk and sheriff. Under the
saiary law ine county is making a
profit. Tbe fees turned into tbe coun
ty treasury for October by those ofll
clalsamounttd to $1069.27.
Tbe county pays each of the ofllclal
$180.66 a month and their deputies $75
each, In all (463. A simple subtree
lion shows Laos countv Droflted bv
the work of those officials for October
In the sum of $5S6.?7.
And this Is not all tbe saving made
under the new law. Under the old law
tbe clerk and sheriff would have had
uius against -ne county for work per.
formed for tbe county lu criminal mat
lers, court attendance, tax co lections
etc, fur several hundred ilollare, prob-
aoij nan as much as collected from
private parties. This work Is done for
the county without charge.
h S Lakln went to Irving this morn
Ikv T B Furd returned today fr m
One A O U W assessment for No
Tbe Ohio legislature Is republican by
Hon H II Gilfry weut to Cottage
It A Booth, of Grant's Pass, spent
Sunday In Eugene.
B8 KeUay.ofOraw Valley, Oregon,
waa In Eugene yesterday.
Misses Theresa and Rosalie Friendly
have returned from Salem.
Mrs J N B Fuller Is quite sick at
the family reldeuce on Pearl street.
Mrs Msttle I-aDow, hai taken rooms
with Mrs Brent, corner Twelfth and
Charles Msybew and family have
n.nvml Into 1 he Jerrv Ream residence
on Seventh atreet.
ABC Dennlston, i t Portland, the
popular agent of the Great Nortl ern
railway, Is In the city.
Mis Wlllism Miller started this
morning for Eureka Colo, to visit ber
daughter, Mrs William Forrester.
Condo:i Globe: Frank Goldson w 111
leave soon for a two months' vlsl: with
his relatives In Lane county.
Attorneys Geo B Dorris and L
Bllyeu went to Salem today to argue a
case before tbe supreme court,
ti. Wizard Oil trouoe arrived here
on the morning local and will play
week'a engagement at the Parker.
J W Fowler, of Salem, baa taken
position .In C Marx's barber shop. He
will wove his family here In a week or
Mrs Wm Miller left hers May for
Eureka, Utah, where she will visit
relatives fur a time. She went via tbe
Commissioner Bailey went to Row
River tbls afternoon to inspect tbe
bridges being built in that section for
Judge J C Fullertoo, of Roseburg,
passed through today enrouteto Cor
vsllls, where he will hold circuit court
for Bin ton county.
Mrs W L Brown, ot Vancouver,
Wash, la In the city for a short visit.
She aud ber husband contemplate
tanking Eugene their houie.
Mrs 8 N Wllklns aud Utile son, of
Corvallis, who have been visiting al
the borne of Attorney and Mrs M O
Wllkius, returned home today.
Tbe Salem Statesman Is a 12-page
on Sunday. The Dally Statesman
would be a credit to a city of 75,000. It
Is deserving of a larger support than it
Union, Or,, Scout, Nov 5th: Thomp
Carroll, who is now a resident of Eu
gene, Is in tbe city looking after some
business Interests. It seem like old
times to have him with us again.
At tbe meeting of the Classical Club
of Willamette University at Sahm,
this evening, Prof Frtderlo 8 Dunn
opeusa courte of lectures with a read-
lug from "The Frogs of Aristophanes.''
Call and see us. Can
SAVE YOU MONEY..."
Just Received .
A fine line of
BLANKETS from 65 cts to $7,00.
from $4.60 to
Junction City : Hilling Conp;jj,
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
ooo. oKTYOT ire,oo o o f
The most popular flour in
the market. Sold by
A New York preacher took "An
Ideal Courtship" for bla aubject last
Sunday evening, taking at his text
Genesis xxly&8: "And thev called
Rebecca, and said unto her, 'Wilt thou
go with this man?' And she said, I
will go.' " Courtship was easy in
leaterday'sOregonlan: Joo Smith,
tbe well known football player, left
for Eugene early laat week te coach the
footbs.ll team of the Unlvtrslty of
Oregon. Tbe university baa lost all of
last year'a team except a center and
ijurner-oaca, ana wss in oeea ot a
good man to brlog out Its new mate
Postmaster General Jas A Gary bas
Issued tbe following order: For the
convenience or tbe publlo the post
masters may erect a box at railway
stations for the reception of mall mat
ter and cancel the stamps on said mat
ter at the station, for which aald post
master can hereafter claim credit, the
same as if letters were cane led at post-
Tbe WsBhlngton Hop Market.
The Puyallup Independent of Nov 6,
reports the following transactions by
local dealers ibis Week:
o namsey & Bon, 103 bales at 14
cents rrom A J Quarry.
in si n.ii a ...
u roiier, io nates at 13 ceuts
from Spooner & Wallaot.
Horst-Lacbmund Co, 110 bales at 13
centa from Carl F Muebler.
van Harris, (i bales at 12 cents
irom a Lane.
A U tampbell & Son, 70 bales at 12J
cents from P Grau aud T Patten.
James Knox, 30 bales at 121 cents
irom m Aicvutuen.
Tl . T, . .
aurstxros, iuu bales at 13 cnts
rrom n Brunemau.
Local conditions have not chanoari
Market Is dull, with rather down ard
t.'ndency, and growers are holding
u riu mr u ig oer oneri tigs.
F O Potter shipped 173 bales of the
Spooner & Wallace crop, Alderton, to
ionaon inis weeK. These are among
iue nrsi nops ne had purchased this
season, and he paid 13 cents for them.
Dally Ouard Norsisber 9,
To California. Mr aud Mm Jobs
Iugham, Mr and Mrs J B Chambers
and Mrs E F Chspman will leave on
tonight's train to spend tbe winter.
They will visit at San Francisco, San
Jose, Los Angeles and San Diego and
may probably go to Mexico before re
turning. They expect to' make the
Strkrt Improvement. From the
' monthly report of the street committee
pre entedto tbe council Isst evtnlng
it Is found that during October 1806
loads of gravel were placed on tbe
streets at an average cost of 30 1-6 cents
perjoad, and 3.11 loads of crushed rock
averaged C8 0-7 cents per load.
Mrs U. Bellman's Farewell.
. Pall j Ouard, Morsmber.
me urder or tbe Eastern Star of
this city, tendered a farewell surprise
party to Mrs G Bettman last evening
at inn ramliy borne, comer Eighth
and Charnelton streets. The evening
was enlivened by social games and
pastimes, and the early hours of the
evening proved most delightful. Re
Ireshmente were served during tbe
evening and were acceptably received.
About 85 were In attwdance.
Mr and Mrs Bettman and eons will
move to Portland next week to make
tbelr future home and they go with
tbe best wishes of many frlen Js, made
during tbelr long residence In Eugene.
Nov 8. '87.-
Mrs James Bowman of fiorlna-field.
it visiting her parents hsra.
Lee Coe Intenda visiting his former
home In Naps, Cal, tbls week, to be
abesut about two months.
D 8 Wilhshu has rented the J T)
Matlsck farm her and Is movlns on
to tbe same.
Tlis Keeney A Cahow flock of tur
keys, consisting of soms600 or 800
hav been contracted and rartly dellv-
area to u u Wade, now of Eugene.
Rev Hamilton Wallace of Creswell.
i doing masonry work for U W Dil
lard this week. He has slso a Job with
AW Morse o Cn swell, snent last
night at this place.
We are told that tbe Skluner famllv
of this place, who figured so promi
nently iu Justice Miller's court recent
ly, have decided to quit dolus businsts
togethsr and that Mrs S will return
to bar people.
The Maccabees of Goshso. Ineieassri
their membership by three addition.
Nov 5, 1897.
Out school is proeresslmruicelv nn.
j .i . . .... . -
uenus sKiurut management of Miss
cm ma riatta.
Miss Belle Keeney bas returned from
a successful term of school at n.i.
An en'ertalnment will bo given at
this place Thanksgiving. Admission
free; supper 15 cents. The proceeds to
go towards buying an organ for the
school house. Everybody Invited.
Miss Belle Keenov p.lulirf,i i,..
rf ,1 CI
ibid blithday at the home of her par
ois, rriasy eveulng, Oct 20th. About
oo guests were present and a very en
Joyable time was had by all. Th
euing was spent with music and
parlor games. Refreshments consist.
ing or cake and cocoa wera served.
Amon tbe nice presents received by
Miss K-eney, was a beautiful gold
watch, presenUd by h r parents.
Salem Hop Balk. Salem Journal,
Nov 8: The Carmlchael hop firm of
tnia city bought 95 bales of hops from
Breeze Gibson, of Polk county, en Sat
urday, paylig 13 cents for the aame,
which Is one of tbe best sales to far
Ensign aud Mrs J T Smith of the
Salvation Army, who have been
stationed here for some time left to
day, hav 1 1 g been transferred to an
other location. Tbey made many
friends In Eugene.
Messrs O Wand Dewey Hey wood,
are lu the city making arrangements
for the appearance of the Alba Hey
wood company under the auspices of
Helmet lodge, Knights of Pythias, at
the Parker Nov 29.
GeoO Knowles. ihe well known
lower Sluslaw politician, snentSundav
In Eugene. He left for the Bohemia
minis thl i afternoon where he expects
i) woric during the greater portion
or ttie winter.
uainey Aiatbews returned from
Fossil, Gilliam county, today, after a
month's absence. While there he sold
his farm. Gainey reports about ten
inches of snow on tne summit of tbe
mountains when he crossed Saturday.
The Alb my Democrat speaks of
uew novice ior aiggtng potatoes which
dug f.09 bushels in oue day between
1 A'Alj.iib E.in . , .1 t m.
t nuu uiiu u ctocK. The sams
machine dug 545 bushels III one dnv.
me same machine In four and oue-huir
daya dug 4,500 bushels In another
H Adkius, of Stockton, Cal. a Drom.
i.. i i . "
iueui wuoiesaie merchant of that city.
accompanied by Geo Louigan, of the
Stockton fire department, arrived In
Eugene today and left Tir the Siuslaw
where Mr Adklos has timber Interests
onacomblued business and hunting
P mey wmoe nere about a week,
s i" .
UuitD ai nerl.ome In Eugene.
, -Vf ft '
u,runi lour, ai 12:30 a m, of
neart failure, Mrs Fiorei ce Oliver,
Beu vj years and 1 day. ghe .leaves
three sons Duke, John and Geor
j . j . . ..
u lwo uauBoiers. Mrs John Zlm
nior .ml ffc- U1 1 m.
luicuua. inev urrm
all at her bedside nwnt n,,w ....
win arrive from bla
taurornia ou tbe 4.19 overland tomor
row. Mrs Oliver was a member of tt
oiary.s episcopal church of this city,
and the funersl sei vices will be held In
tbe church at 2 30 tomorrow afternoon,
under direction of tbe pastor, Dr D E
Loverldge. The remains will be in
terred In the I O O F cemetery.
1 want to say that I am not so much interested in (lis welfire
of the Greeks and Turks as I am In the matter of Informing tta
people of tbls vicinity that I have added a line of
BOOTS AND SHOES, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Ladles and Gents Straw Hats,
Needles and Pins,
Which are marked at prices that make sales
Call and be convincedfthat this Is not idle talk-'
i hest market price paid for produce-
nnrvnu rii.t.i..j.d U-i.M ftlitiimrv. l.itl Of Breil K
lioaiUche. WtkiifiiiiivM. lMt Vliulltr, HiiUila
iaiuii. evil drvuius, Impotoncr and wanting dlMamesuMir
youtkfutrmrsortJieeurt. Contain no ul'lalat. liaaarvtlMl.
paid, vHIha wrtttm tnmrantrt ormimrvrrfmtiUtl. writti"J
Kind plain wnipi"''. " trKmT!i
I tad blootl bulldrr. UakaathapnleamlpunT.tmniiMM)
Ka.IlT cnrrlert In Ypt XK-i-t. 1 pit Imixi tt for S3 . f
aacHlrul book, avnlad
I Bnanrla I atamMnc. A'arftrttvw tm ron.ilfilffi-n..
for Sals In Kug9DS,0rag.,bf UKNOUlidOM A LYNN, and byOBBUKN A lxii.ANU,Dntwaa
TO PaLOL'SH Th
Cox.orPalouseCity, Wash, a well to
do farmer of that section, haa h.n
viiltiug relatives and frieuds lo Lane
county for several days. He will leave
for his home tooiorrow and will be ao.
oompani d by bla pareuts, Uncle Jesse
Cos and wife, who will
winter Isltlng with lilra snd hla fam
At t o r iicy-ut-Luw.
Orrics-One-half block south ol Chrliman's
UlUA J. WiTCK, H. E. MiEIUT
j i i a
Will pmilu . n
Office in Walton ilock.
.k PTl"a pnrehsaed th office and fixtures o
ths laid dseeaaed W. V. Henderson, I am now
prepared lo do anything lu the Hoe o Dentistry
n the sbore said office.
Crows and Bridge work s Specialty,
B. 0. IMINB. F.W.OSSUM
Hii Loan and Sayings
Ut tUQene. - - flrnnnn
sv wsj wsjwiiB
MJTOR8 D. k. Peine, J. B. Harris J
uarls. a D. Halne, W Brown, J.V J
Koblueon, r. W. Osburu.
rui up capiiai. : : $50,000.
beieral Banking Buslnsss Transac led
Inteiaialliwsd oo time dnoaita
v u.irciions entrusted to our ean will retire
- DEALER IX tV
Clocks. Watches, Chains. Jewelrj.Et
REPAIRING TROMPTLY DOS
A 11 Work WsrraateS.tl
L. W.BROWN, M.D.
Phyaloian and Surgeon
Offioe and residence- over poetoffi BeS
7 t" a. m.j 12 to 2, 6top.m.
Julie 3 (ioldsmitW
GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKS.
Hew Designs and New Prices la Foreign and
Domestlo Marble and Oranlte, Monuments.
Headstones and Cemetery work of
all kinds tor 1896.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED I
Willamette Street, near Posloffloe. Eugene, Or
CORNER DRUG STORE.
VINCENT WALTON, Props.
Successo to V. Hemenway.
. . Dsslen In
9th and Willamette Su fsgtes.'
TERMS STRICTLY CASH
Look (.ere Farmefsl
Bring jour Hides arid
Skins to our tannery.
Fo. all No. 1 irreen W l"
pay you 4 to 4J Jn'i i a poa ;
forVol dry hll JO Ln' '
pound; For No 2 sccordlng
quality, 4 to 8 cents.
Now don't forget these Price
are paid in CASH
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