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WEEKLY EUGENE 6UA RD.
C.OPUELL BROS, PUBLISHERS
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Advertising rates mad known
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Clocks. Watcnes, Chains. Jewelry, Etc.
BEPAIKIXO PROMPTLY DONE
L. W. BROWN, M. D.
Phy'clan and Surgeon
iWet uJ resld. nee over postoffioe. Honrs;
k c. w uu UUUUJX,
,ltt or iiey-at-I-uir.
Omci-One hU block south ot Chrtsman's
ICGESB, ! OREGON.
Villpiactic. in all the court
Office In Walton block.
HtTlnl imrehaned the oflloa and flztureio
i W. V. Heiideraon, 1 am now
f lnd to lu ny:nin id in hub v muuiuj
tllf SUO.e laiU unit-v.
Cms and Brldje work a Specialty,
ANTE AND MARBLE WORKS.
t Doil-i and New Priori In Forelfa and
lomeallc Marble and Oranlte, Monuments,
Htaditouei and Cemetery work of
all ktndi for 1895.
LL WORK GUARANTEED !
a.'U. BtretLnearPoitoffloa. ltt ena
. . . Of Eugene, Oregon,
W. F. Brown . . President
B. D. Paine . Vice President
F. (If. Osburn . . . Cashier
W. W. Brown. Ass't Cashier
Osburn, B. D. Palue, W. I. Brown, D. A
It. J. F. Robinson, J- B . Harris,
leijerai Baiii Business
pacted 07 Favorable Terms
alw!,f"d ,u ,he Pr'ne'pal cttloa of ths
5,, t"; ,al, ""nge larnlanad avail-
nail lori'luo countries.
reit paid on lime deposits.
Pinul Tault lor the itora(a of valuable
iaetta it rocdre our prom t attention.
HianaicH, js. B.EiJtlw,
E. Ssonci;AMitant Caahiar.
4 np Ush CipIUI 150,000
tosind Profits, 150,000
SCne - Oregon.
J?''1 bnaine dona on raaeoa.
'AGO ii,ttdrft NEW YORK,
$mos RANCI800 and POET-
'nt'mXi " tork countries.
;u KitnviUd to hi wfll notin
ne County Bank.
btaillihd la UU)
Bnral Banking bualnoaa
1 brnch8i transact si. no
9 Savbs Bank
si Hational hi
jS' ?OVE. President.
A O HOVEY'Jn.,Ait Cm
THE COLD NORT
W. Cherry Writes an Ialeresfing
lull of Information.
The fol'owlng letter received liv J
Watklns from his brother-in-law. J W
cnerry, who helped take a band
came from Victoria, DC, I' Dawson
will be read with Interna by bis manv
FOKT t'UDAIIY, N T,
Not 18, lhl)7.
T r ...
j-iak utrus: we liad a roualj
time corulug In, cm we had cowa, statu
na tieera, uud they don't drive togelh
er si all. I know I walked the dUtaDce
from Uhllkoot to the Yukon three
tltuvaln inaklnn the drive, but wheo
we retotied Dawson I waa 15 pounds
Heavier than I ever was. We slept
outalde, rain or shine, all through the
trip and on the snow when the tber
mometer was 10 bolow r.ero.
Klondike is a great camp, but the
number of paylDg claims are limited
but tboae that do pay are wonderful
You would not believe the amount of
gold they take out. I have seeu
shovels lifted out that contained more
gold than dirt. But there are draw
backs to everything. When we got in
they were charging f 4 a meal. How Is
that for s hungry man with au empty
weasel skin? A good lot of beef was
drove In tbls summer, and noue of it
brought less than $1 per pound, the
bind quarters selling at $1.25 per
pound. Que can drive cattle In with
very little trouble, It you have steers
and a grain of cemmon seme, but the
parties I came in with had little of
either, being bull-beaded Canadians.
People here expect a greater rush
uext summer thau there has ever been,
as this Is a it 1 eat country and full of
mineral. Prospecting has not even
commeuced yet. I only stayed at
Daw.on four days, as I could not get
grub. That is bow a man's standli g
is noted here it is not how much a
man is worth, but how tuurh grub he
I saw flour sell for (125 for a 50-
pound a.k. You cau't buy anything
for less than $1 per pouud, and for
baoon and flour you have to give what
ever la at ked for it. Candles sell for
$1 apltoe. How la that for light?
Why Jim Robinson la not in it. If a
man wanted to stay here all winter it
would coat him (2000 to exist.
They crow considerable about their
big game here, that is, Caribou and
Moose, but the biggest game I saw was
at Dawson, when One-Eyed Pete and
the Montana Kid were playlug atud
poker. I saw them bet as high as
Alter my four days' stay at Dawson,
I started d jwu the river to Circle City,
in company with another man, where
we can live on moderate terms. When
we got 15 miles below Forty Mile we
ran into an ice gorge and swamped
and had to come up the river again as
far as tbls plaoe (Fort Cudahy), and
wait for the Ice to gei aolid in the river
We have been here three weeks and
could have started down a couple of
days ago, but I fell and bruised my
knee and water formed on the kuee
cap, and I am like a rat In a trap for
the time being. I am drawing the
water off with blisters, and have to
stay inside all the time. I am in
hopes of being able to start lu a week.
This was a lively camp one year ago,
but there is only one cabin occupied
hers at present. Tbs bouses here are
all built of legs with moss between
them and poles for a roof, covered with
moss and dirt. It makes a good warm
room, and that is what Is wanted here,
as the thermometer has been flitting
between 10 and 30 degrees below zero
ever since we came. A t this time last
year It was 70 below. We have no
horses here. All the hauling is done
with dote teams, as it costs little to
keep them, and they stand the cold
Wo are going to have a rough time
going down the river, as the ice is
jammed uncommonly rough, which
makes it hard to travel on.
Anyone thinking of coming in here
with leas than one year's supply of
grub Is a blooming Idiot, and he wan .s
to get used to eating bread cooked by
himself before he starts In, for he has
to do that here, and my experience Is
that It is a bard thing to do while you
J W Cherry.
A Correction. The appraisers re
port of the Elizabeth Conser estate
published In the Daily Ocard of Feb
5, among other values had the follow
ing Item "Ax Billy's store (G0C0."
It should have been t' e building oc
cupied by Ax Billy's store, as Mrs Con
ser held no claim whatever on the store
itself simply owning the building.
Died. Sunday Feb 0 1S9S, at tfie
poor farm, Frederick Lanber, aged 07
years. The remains ware Interred this
MONDAY, FKimUARY 7,
P D (lilbert was In lingene
Allot ney Markley was lu Bal.ru
O W Pickett returned from Junction
airs Prult, and daughter, of Weston,
sre in the city.
Secretary of State Klnraid returned
to Halt m this forenoon.
W II Weatlierson, editor of tho Flor
ence West, Is In Eugene.
Miss Loltu Johnston h-:im down from
Walterville over .Suuduy.
Mis 15 H prultt and daughter, of
Weston, are visiting In Euj-ene.
J P fc'chooling and wife, of Harris-
buig, ieatt.ui.day iu this city.
Wlls Oweu leturned to hi . home at
Monroe on Ihis forenoon's trail).
Rev M I. Rote and R 11 Copple
went to Cottage OrovethU afternoon.
Oeoige i5nirclt, the Portland .aloon
keeer, has been f'uml guilty of man
Attorney N E Markley arrived
home today from a profesalona'l trip to
The A O U W announces that no as
sessment will he niudu for February.
A gocd showing.
Attorneys Woodcock, Uilyi-u !aud
ueo A Dorrls are at Rosebu'ir tryluar
h j LI vermoie divorce suit.
Mrs O R Bean went tluougli today,
bound for Latlxtm. where she will
isit her brother J H Sharp.
Judge ai.d Mrs J 8 Medley returned
to their home at Cottage Grove lodny,
after a aho't visit in Eueeue.
It Is rumored that Chapmnn will
soon e.tabli.h a bnrber shop auj toot
black stand ot the university.
Dean Sanderson, Juo Iluudnuker
and Miss Alice Smith arrived home
his afternoon fr m poiuts north.
J P Jones, J J Devereaux and MJ
Roche, all rullroad men traveliug out
of Portland. Sun loyed lu Eugene.
Green day left hero for Hny Crtek,
rook county, on this forenoon's train,
where he expects to reside lu the fu-
A marriage license wus issued today
by County Clerk Jennings to L W
Rlggs 85 years and Ann Hughes, 19
Mrs Chas Waggoner of Albauy, ar
rived up today and will vi-lt at the
home of her daughter, Mrs David
Mr and Mrs O P t'oshow, who have
been visiilni; with their daughter,
Mrs J M Howe, returned to their home
at Brownsville today.
Mrs RS Bean and little son arrived
Up from S:l.iu on today's 2:04 local, to
isit at I lie home of her pnrentH, Prof
aud Mrs Thomas Condon.
Lou W Johnson, of Stauton, Neb,
Mar.h, of Iowa City, aud W A
Maltmau, of La Movre, N D, are
registered at the Hotel Eugene.
Mr and I K Peters left last nliftit for
San Fraucisco where Mr Peters goes to
purchase goods, making a specialty of
his Hue of paints and oils and groceries
Through the aid of the local Salva
tion Army cor s Nora Hn.umer.ley,
ged 15, was today taken to the Refuge
Home, Portland, conducted by the
We understand that Judge W C
Hale, of the Southern Oregon district,
ill hold the March term of circuit
court in Lane county for Judge Full
erton. Lebanon Advance: A new poetofllce
as been established at Samarlu, Lane
county, with Mrs Dollie Lauhum as
postmistress. Mrs Lanham formerly
resided In i.ebauon, and is a sister of
Nearly all the shingle mills in
Washington that were closed down lor
the winter started up o i the first of
the month. As a result of the shut
down, prices are better by 25 cents per
1000 than they were this time last, ear.
An eastern Oregeu paper tells of a
man who sent to Portland for a chair
bottom paying 18 cents postage on it.
The same kind of a ihair boitom was
being sold In 1 lie local store for 12
cents. There is a whole lecture for
Lebanon Advauce: Revs C A
Wooley of Eugene and W R Bishop
of Portltnd, spent two days in Soda-
vllle this week. They express them
selves as being much pleased at the
prosperous eo-'dilion in which they
found Mineral Springs college and
they think the school has a great fu
ture tefore it.
Ciicuit C mtt.
II' i..hule. of the pr ceeding. of the
4035 James II Clark, receiver vs
Josph Sternberg. M.feudant given
util Feb 18, 1898 to answer.
Jennie Hmitson vs The .Southern Pa
cific Co. .Stipulation by attorneys that
the original bill of exceptions be used
the Supreme court.
Circi it Court Cask. W M Lively
as sued o P Oaroutte in the circuit
court of Lane county for the sum of
$142 and Interest. The trouble grew
out of a mining deal.
Oil., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12 898.
OYER THE FALLS.
Four M Lost Their Lives at Oregon
Only One el t ire BaveS1
lcrll lu llm (ii'tHK.
Okeoon City, Or, Feb s. About
7:45 o'clock this morning, while a
dense fog prevailed,
UkoKue r kkkm AN, aged 50 yeurs,
anu his rone,
Ukor.je Freeman, Jr, aged 2 years,
Harry Freeman, ated 22 years;
Jameu Freeman, aged 16; and
L I Shannon, aged 30 years,
Who reside in Cauemah on the cast
side of the Willamette river left the
Pulp Mills on tLe west side of the
river, lu a tweuty foot row
boat as was their usual custom
nuoriiy alter leaving shore It was
noticed that the boat was uot headed
right so the men changed seats allow
ing the boat to drill.
No danger was apprehended until
the boat was o i the brink of the fulls.
All managed to hold on to the boat
while it dropped over the Aral fall,
about six feet, but only two held on
over the second drop of thirty feet.
The boat was caught in an eddy and
went toward the shore near the Crown
and Willamette mills, west side.
Qib Potter, going to work, beard
cms for help aud hastily ran to the
bank and a.slsted Harry Freeman
George Freeman, Jr, held to the
boat until near shore, when his brother
attempted to right the boat, throwing
George of). Men immediately put out
in boats, but he sank to rise no more.
A largo number ot boats have been
seurchlig for the bodies without sue
ces up to this writing, 3 pm.
The river is about 2000 feet wide
where the men attempted to row
across, aud the current at au ordinary
staj;e of water is about e'ght miles pe
hour, but the river has been rising for
tho last few days, and the curreut Is
now about Z utiles per hour.
No landmarks being lu sight, and
the increased current, caused the meu
to lose their bearings.
Thirteen mouths ago, George Free
man, Jr, Hurry Freeman aud
James Freeman, were caught lu a douse
fog whKt crossing the river but by
hard rowing, come out against the
breakwater near the edge of the Falls
where they held until assistance was
George Freeman waa an Arti.au and
leave a wife aud three children.
L L Shannon, was a member of the
A O U W and leaves a wlfa and four
George Freeman, Jr, aged 20 yeai s.
.lames Freeman, aged 16 years.
Harry Freeman, aged 22 yean.
SILVEU MEN C0MD1NE.
Kepreseulatl.e Towne Coming to Ore
gon to Fight for the Fusion
Forces lu the Campaign.
Washington, Feb 6. At a confer
ence of populist and silver republican
members of the sonate aud house, the
question of an alliance among the
several silver parties In the West was
considered. Oregon was first taken
up, as there is an election In that state
In June. Itwasdecldtd as the judg
ment of those present that It would be
well in Oregon for all parties to unite
on a democrat for senator, a silver re
publican for governor and two popu
lists for congressmen.
Clialrmau lene leaves for Oregon
tnlght. He is to open the silver cam
paign In that state with a speech at
lull j Guard, Ke.rutry 7
Aiui'Du Ei) Insane. James L
taller, aged 40 years, of Jum tlon City,
was cxattilned before Judge Potter and
Medical Examiner WKuykendall, M
D, this fjrenoon on the charge of In
sanity aud ordered committed to the
asylum at Salem. This Is his third
commitment, the previous ones being
in 188-S and 1891. Rullglous excitement
seems to ue me cause, ue is a mar
ried man. Sheriff Johnson and Mar
shal Stiles conveyed the unfortunate
man to the asylum on tbls forenoon's
Leo Broken. Saturday young
Frank Ktelner, aged 15 years, who lives
at Deadmoiid ferry, had the misfortune
to have his left leg hrokeu In two
plaees. While cuttings tree the but
Hew oft the stump, striking tbs boy on
his left leg, between the hip and knee,
breaking bone twifie Dr L W
Brown fs summoned and attended
the injured lad, who Is now resting
easily. He will be laid up fo? some
Marriaoe License. County Clerk
Jennings today Issued a marriage li
cense to J H Vincent 30 years, and
Jennie Taylor, 25 years.
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 8.
T O Kent, of Fayette, Iowa, is
OP Hoft returned to Irving this
W W Scott of Cresell, was in Ku
8 II Friendly made a trip to Port
F K Gray, of Portland. - as In Eu
W W Soott, of Creswell, vlslied Eu
1 leery I'.oiiil, of Brownsville, spent
last night iu Eugene.
Mr and Mrs J C Coodulc, of Cohurg
were lu Eugene today.
Adolph Sutrn, ex-mayor of Han
Francisco, is Insane. He Is 80 years of
Rev J C Wooley arrived home from
Cottage Grove on today's morning
Mrs Frank Moore arilvedhoiue to
day from Salt m, where she went to
visit her mother.
It is priutwd thut ex-1'resideut JIar
rison Intends trying for the U H sella-
torshlp from Indiana.
The thermometer ttood 3d degrees
above zero this morning at 7 o'clock, 4
degrees above freezing.
Dr S J Chsmhers started yesterday
for Lincoln, Neb, on a short busluess
trip. He weut via tho 8 P.
A Bush, tho Salem banker, has
spent 110.000 In improving that white
elephant, the Willamette hotel.
Mr and Mrs Nathan Eiumelt, of
Monmouth, are visiting with her par
etits In this city, Mr aud Mrs 1 Til
tou. J-Xchauges from all portions of the
state bring accounts of parties leaylnir
for and gut'ing ready to go to Klon
dike. Senator Teller made a great speech
In the senate yesterday lu favor of the
ratification of the Hawaii annexation
Gymnasium work at the university
is suspended for this week, as exam
inations are rlslmlng tho attention of
Dr W Kuykendall relumed from
Kalem on today's 2:04 local, whero he
delivered his regular lecture before the
Mr and Mrs Juo Catmau, who have
been v'.sltmg here, leave tonight via
the Southern Pacific for their home at
J B Mulkey, of Portland, deputy
collectorof Internal revenue, Is in the
city on official business. His days are
numbered, as lie Is a Bryan man.
Andy Taylor, who formerly conduct
ed a barber shop iu this city, came up
from Corvallis this afternoon. He has
Just returned from Kan Francisco.
Attorney F C Maltesou, of Butte,
Montana, arrived here this afternoon
aud will visit relatives and friends In
this oounty. He reports Montana de
Next Monday will be a day of rest at
tho university, to allow Instructors
and students to recuperate from the
severe strain of the examinations.
which are in force this week.
Thos Keeuey, came over from
Tacomn this alternooti to visit his
lather, Uncle Jack Kceney, who is
quite 111, at his home at Goshen. Tom
Is working in theofilceof I lie Northern
Full moon this morning. At 7
o'clock our satellite was quite a dis
tance above the horizon, almost
directly lu the wet. Weather
prophets, who forecast from the moon's
phases and relative positions, call this
a "dry moou."
An eastern editor said silver buckles
on garters were becoming fashionable
and lis hoped to see more of them.
His wife sued for a divorce, and the
only woman in town who had silver
buckles on her garters cowblded the
poor editor until he was as raw as a
Mr R 8 Perkins, who formerly con
ducted the Perkins hotel at Portland,
but who, some mouths ago, was dis
possessed by the foreclosure of a mort
gage on tho property, bus recently been
offered (15,000 in addition to the sum
of the mortgage, for a deed to the
Resigned. Grant's I'ass Mining
Journal: "Hon II B Miller has re
signed from the republican state com
mittee as the representative for Jose
phine county, and Hon R A Booth
has been appointed to the vacancy.
For some time we have heard some
kicking on the part of Mr M's oppo
nents In the party on ao c.unt of the
fact riiatMr M. represented the coun
ty on the committee, while his family
residt In Eugeue. Whether this ot
jectlon caused the resignation we do
not knov, but It has seemed to us far
fetched." Died. At Lorane, Lane county,
Saturday evening Jau 29, Mr John
Huse, aged about 00 years. Mr Hum
m paralyzed about one year ago and
has been under the doctor's care ever
since. He leaves a wife. The remains
were laid to rest In the Odd Fellows
A 0 L'T JtO II E M I A M I N KS.
Herbert Lelgli, Amyer, til yes Some
Salient Point on th Kwe.it
A letter from this t flko to Herbert
Leigh, assayer, at Collage Grove, iu
ipilring as to tho correct assay of ore
from the rewnt strike made on the
Brunenu al Jenningt Bros claims at
Bohemia, brought the following reply.
The letter in of considerable interest,
stating some fuels not hitherto pub
lished. Mr Leigh has ono of tho best
equipped as.ay olllces on tho Puclllo
coast, aud Is doing a good business.
His work Is very accurate and his put
tonage already extends to every iul.t.
mg district of both Western and East
CottaokUkovk, Or., Feb. 6, IN'.W.
Eiuroit Guard: Your letter r eel v.d
and fully noted, and I am sorry tossy
that I cannot give tho assuys of the
liruneau ore as you request, as that is
confidential business and such a re
port would have lo come front soiuo
ono other than mo.
I have never clveti out anv ri-imrl
on the ore, except the iV certificates
turned over to Mcsrs Jennings Bros
A Hruneau. Will snv however, that a
piantlty of the ore Is here on exhibl-
tt hi, and that it Is by fur tho richest
that I have ever Been. It is a line
o,uull'y of tree milling quart, and Mr
liruneau tells mo that be bus several
hundred pounds of specimens like it at
(lie mine and something over2 0 tons
c f ore In tho bin.
I understand that ho has drifted
through rich Irjo milling oro for over
io feet aud loft the mluo (on account
of provisions running short) with tho
race of the tunnel glltteiing with freo
There are already five claims taken
up on this ledge and some of them
show very rich ore.
I have it from good authority that
severul rich strlckes have beeu made
lu tho Bohemia district withlu tho
lost four months aud tho prospects for
the future looks very bright Indeed.
The Bohemia Gold Mill A Mining
Co, (the MumIo mine) mado a remarka
ble run In January, cleaning up about
(13,000 ot bullion front tho month'
ruu, which I urobublv ono of tlm
largest runs made by a 5 stamp mill In
I trust you will understand tho posi
tion I am in regarding tho giving out
of ussuy reports on the Bruiirau oro. I
make It atrlct rule never to give any
Information In regard to ores that I
work on. This rule Is carried out by
most of tho assay oftlces all over the
Very truly yours,
Thruatkn to Hue. The Laos
county fruitgrowers aro now receiving
freight bills Irom tho Earl Fruit Cj for
green fruit shipped lust year. The
company sent J C Gray a bill for
(11 75. Mr Gray furnished the crates
aud baskets, grew tho fruit, packed a
full car load, nod uow the company
still wuts more. Such a corporation
should forever in tho luturo be let
alono by tho Oreiron frult-crowcrs.
Mr Gray, of course, Is only one of
several that have received bills.
To California. J E Davis lias
disposed of his interest In the Eugeue
Loau A Savings bank, aud the change
in the directors of that institution will
be noted In the bank's ad In this Issuo.
Mr Dayis has mado arrangements to
dispose of his property Interests here,
and will leave shortly for Los Abgeles
California, seeking to buneflt his health
which has been quite poor for some
time. His many friends hope the
change will prove beneficial.
Our salo waa moro of a succes than wo
anticipated, wo aro too busy taking stock
now to advertise, but will tako all tho
timo necessary to givo you courteous
treatment wnen vou
though our salo is at an end you
find our prices still at tho bottom
our asaortments good.
F. E. BTJ3OT.
LUientliiil Bros, of w York,
Lo: kii g After lllini Hops.
Stiitesmnn: l'mir hop lontructs were
filed in the Marion county recorder's
oftlco Saturday, Lllimithsl Brof, of
New York, being the parties of the
mcoikI part in each instance.
J EandC Kerr bind themselves to
furnish 12,000 pounds of their ISM crop
to the New York llrni, the considera
tion to beM cents, of which 41 cents
aro to lie advanced at tho time of Dick.
1 A ami C M:tttioti nro to deliver
15,000 pound- ut 10 cents, the advance
to ho 4 cents.
A and T Hughe., IiUhK) pounds at
I he same price.
W linger and the Hi Sing Co, 30,000
pounds at 10 cent., 4J wills of which
will bo received at picklug time.
Commis. loners' Court.
Tho boundary of Kail Creek precinct
was changed to read ns fellows: Be
ginning at tho inter. oct Ion of Fall
Creek and .Middle Fork of Willamette
liver; theme up the Middle Fork of
the Willamette river to lunge line be
tween ranges 1 west and S east; thence
north to (ho summit of tho mountains
let ween Middle Fork of Willamette
and Full l rick; southerly along sum
mlt of said mountains to township
lino between townships 19 aud 20 H:
thence east to tho county line; thence
northerly along said county line to a
point due rust of n w corner of town
ship IS s r 1 e: thence wrut to the n w
corner of tp l.s r 1 e; and thence south
31 miles (o summit of ridge between
Hills CrecK and Fall Creek; thence
southerly along said ridge to Its inter
section with tlm cast boundary of
JuHnr precinct, thence south to Fall
Creek; thence down Fall Creek to
place of beginning. Polling plaoe,
Fall Creek .chool house.
Hu.el Dell pi eel net's new bounda
ries: I'eglnulug at the summit of the
rldgoou tho east Hue of section 12, tp
21 s r 1 c; thence south lo the southeast
corner of said township; thence east to
the northosst corner of tp 22 s, r 2 e;
thence south t" the county Hue; thence
easterly and northerly along the county
lino to the township lino between
townships 19 and 20 south; thence
West to tho east boundary cf Middlo
Fork precinct; thonce south to tts
southeast corner of said precinct;
thenco north westerly to (he place of
beginning. Polling i luco at usual
plum of voting.
Florence precinct's new boundary:
Beginning at the southern boundary
lino of county ut J section corner of
section 5, tp 19 s, r 10 w; thence uorth
0 mils; thenco east ) mile; thence
north o miles; thenco west 2 miles;
thenco north 2 miles; thonce west 4)
miles to tho section corner on the
north iHiiindary of section 5, tp 17 s, r
11 w; thenco south 1J miles; thence
west to thu Pacific ocean; thence
southerly along the said retail to south
boundary of Lhiip rcuuty; I hence east
to the place of U ginning. Polling
pluco at uhiiu I place of voting.
A Remarkable Full.
At two o'clock Monday afternoon
at Sulem Oscar Taylor, a brick layer,
fell from the scaffold on which he waa
working building the Willamette hot I
chimney, (o tho ground, a dlstauce of
To tho as'oiilshmeii'. ol those who
went lo his assistance Taylor arose'
from the pile of loose lumber on which
he full and walked to a nearby room
with llttlu assistance. Au examina
tion of the man disclosed a severe cut
on the chin. HI. faoo was badly
brul-ed as was also his right thigh and
lower limb, but so far as a careful
examination could determine no bones
call on us. Al
New collars today.
Ladies and Gents
The high kind.