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ESTABLISHED MR ThE DIXSP.HIVVTIM OP DEUOCRATin TRINCIPLES, AJIP TO F1M AS B0SETL!VI!(0 BT ToElWKAT OF Ol'R BROW
KUGENU OH., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19 898.
WEEKLY EUGENE GUARD.
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Advertising rate made known
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Clocks. Watcnes, Chains. Jewelry, Etc.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE
pr-AllU ork Warranted.-!
BROWN, M. D.
islcian and Surueon
ami raiiileDM over poetoffioe. Hours!
f ,. m.; to M !
I. C. WOODCOCK,
OrrKi-Oue half block south ol Cbrlsmau's
El'UESB, : OREGON.
08 irA J. Vil'tK, H. E. MAEKLEY
Cage . . - Oregon
Will piactlce iu all the court of
Office In Wnltou tlock.
L L. WH1TEON,
Having purchased the offloe and fixlurciO
k.i.i. .i.Z....... w. v. Henderson. 1 am uow
VHml to do any thing la lb line o DeutUtri
nr he above aal d ofllco.
Cross ana Bridge work t Specialty,
GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKS.
t DetlfiM and New Prices In Foreign and
Domwltc Marble and Oranlte, Monuments.
UcaJttoues and Cemetery work of
11 klndi for 1898.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED !
Wl itmstte Street,nearPoetoflloe. Su en 0
... Of Eugene, Oregon,
W. E. Brown . President
B. 0. Paine Vice President
F. W. Ostium . . . Cashier
W. W Brown . Kss't Cashier
W. Csburn, B. D. Paine, V. B. Browi'i D- A
P.ln. J. P. Ri1llnun t. P Ma.rU
fl General Ranlinfl R;iines;
jTraracted 09 Favorable Terms
I Orlu laiued on the principal cltlee of the
r alf !; alio exchange lurnlined avail-
table on aH lorvlnocountrlee.
T I'''""' paid on time deiwalta.
1 Jife-Koot vault lor the etorage of valuable
1 -d.,rtiioni rcci'lre onr prompt attention.
lane County Bank.
llataWUhed In 1883.)
A Qeneral Banking bualnesa
n HI branches transacted no
A. G. HO VET, President.
J. M. ABRAM8. Cashier.
A.U. HOVEY'JR., Aast Gil
P SnoDoaaM,!AaiUUnt Caehier.
H National Bank
rld np ttsb Capital $.0,000
toplas and Pronts. $50,000
Eugene - - Oregon.
tbt l!"r1 t"',kl boUa don. on rutoe-
CH,f?x BlfM HrWt. oa NKW YOKK,
jJJl of eiohuie'aoU oa foralga ooontri-.
Some of That $30,000 Ore Exhibit
ii Eugene Mw
t'reatrd t oiialdrra bt llxilirmeiii
Imiiv Ouerd, Fib uaijr II
Tuiluy Mr Bruneau. cf the firm of
Jenulnga Bros & Bruneau, of Bohemia,
wlm made tuch an u ii preccden ltd II ml
in their cla. ids, tome of the ore ijoinir
over t30,Ui to the ton, arrived in
i-ugen on today's 10:50 local from
Cottage drove, accompanied by Alf
Walker. bringing down some speci
mens of the ore, which were placed on
exbiblUon in the windows of Lucky's
Jewelry store. Crowd swarmed In
front of the window constantly to see
the night. The face of tho rock fulrly
glitters with gold and It makes a
The gentlemen reurned to Collude
Grove on the 2:04 local, taking (he ore
Willi them, After a tdinrt trip to Port
land, where the ore will probably lie
exhibited, sumple of I lie name will he
returned to ibis city, where It v ill re
main for Home time.
The Woman's Relief Corps and Ex
Union soldiers celehrated Lincoln's
birthday at the GAR Hall, Ninth
atreet, Saturday evening.
The Hall wai crowded w ith the
member of the two organizations.
Miss Jennie Higgiti presided In an
admirable manner. The opening song
was America; theu a violin solo, ac
companied by an organ; Prof McElroy
then delivered the address of the even
ing, on Abraham Lincoln. It wan an
able effort and wag highly commeuded.
After this Prof Ressler made a short
address on the same subject, which
was highly appreciated. Grace Helton
then gave a recltatiou. Thla was fol
lowed by some brlel remarks from Piol
Orton on "Lincoln." Mi?s Adallne
Miller recited "The Man," theu came
a solo by Miss Brown. After this the
meeting revolved itself Into asocial and
all enjoyed themselves In converse
until 10:30 p m w hen they departed foi
home very mujh pleased wl h tho
The Eutei e McKlulcy Club held a
meeting at the residence of Mrs J G
Gray Saturday evening.
Mrs LO Adair presented a well writ
ten paper ou the younger life of Abra
ham Lincoln. Solos aud recitations
were given by Misses Edith lioirman.
and Maud King and were excellent.
After this Miss Jessie Gilstrap gave a
piano solo, and It was rendered w ill)
pleasing e fleet.
OQlcers were elected as follows: Mrs
SM Yoran, president; Mrs Win Pres
ton, vice president; Mrs E riebwam-
chlld, treasurer; Mrs McNeill, secre
tary; Mrs J J Walton, corresponding
secretary; Mesdames LG Adair, T K
Itrown, J W Kays, A T Cockerline and
Cook, executive committee.
A delightful evening was spent.
Crediiori Sin prised.
Albany Herald, Feb 14: The report
of th aul jiiee of the Bunk of Oregon
was filed yesterday In the circuit court,
The report sho s that contrary to ex
pectatlon the amount of the dividend
to be declared will not be 12 per cent,
but 19 per cent. This together with
the former dividend of 6 per cent will
make a total payment of "5 per cent,
considerably more tbau wasexprcled
by the creditors.
A Junction Boy. V J Gilstrap, if
Juoction City, will lepreseut tie
Oregon Agricultural College in the in
tercollegiate oratorical contest, to be
held In Albany next month. He won
the first prize for oratory In the college
at the last commencement. He won
the oratot leal contest for the selection
of the representative of the college in
the college chapel Saturday af.ernoon.
Six other students competed for the
vauT Uuanl, February 15
Rumor False. Yesterday and this
morulng two rumors regtrding Ml s
May Gillam. the young lady who was
recently ravished by Kd J5ang, were
afloat. Oue was that she had com
mitted suicide, and the other that .he
bad attempted the act. Roth have
proven false, as she is with relatives on
the McKeozie and I well.
Postal Tkleoraph. The Postal
Telegraph Co, is strlnglog another
wire between Portland and San Fran
cisco. The crew ot eleven men will
reach bere this evening and will pot
Id the Eugene line tomorrow and then
Dally liuard February 11
Foot Hcrt.-TF Bennett, Fisher
4 Watklns' butcher, had the misfor
tune to run a nail through his foot yes
terday. He Is compelled to remain at
bis home today.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14.
Elder Ford returned homo today:
P D Gilbert Sunday cd in Eugene as
N A W Howe, of Creswell, was In
J C Gondalc, Sr, of C'oburg, was In
Miss Hut.- Baxter has rullied some
aud U now easier.
E L Campliell of Woodbtirn, is again
visiting lu Eugene.
Samuel Mav.of Harrlsburg, reported
a little better toduy.
Secretary Kliienld returned lo Saleii
on today's local train.
II X Cockerline cune u. from Al
bany hist night as usual.
l)jan E C Sanderson leturned from
Halsey on todays l!:!4 local.
Alf Walker and family of Cottage
Grove visited Eugene todny.
Mabel Knowksof Maplclm1, return
ed to lur liome on this uioruiug s
Thomas N Luekey, of Suk-in, a state
employe, mude Eugene a businets visit
WH rarMHisund 11 G Plytuateex-
picltc s'ari lor uie KionuiK in a lew
Misi Ida Evuxon a ill depart on to
morrow's eariy train m visii wan
friends in I own.
Eli I't ikii'H slid son were passengers
to l'orll ind this forenooi', where they
will spend a few days.
The I E Stevens poultry market
building, corner Eighth and Pearl
stree'.H, is completed.
Mrs T V Cornell and children went
to the Machlt.e Shops, near Portland,
on tills forenoon's local train.
Mr Oberlaud, who has bee.i woik-
ing in Joel MtCornack'it meat market
has gone to I'ort'tind to reside.
Mr George Spear and Mr Emery
GosMrr left on the overland for Wal
l)a, wheie liny ex-lint to spend the
O C Osburn, lormerly f Eugene, is
a candidate for city treasurer of the
town of Athena. The election occurs
iu a lew days.
Geo M M flier left I'oitlaiid on the
Oregon last evening for Sknpway with
a couple of partners. He will prospect
along the co.ist.
Win Brynd of Point Terrace, on the
Siuslaw, has arrived at.Skngway. Al
fred Mason of th:it place, left for the
Alaska town last wcett.
Mis9 llenriotti Lauer, Balm Mann,
and Laura Miller, and Wes-rs Wc
Arthur and Sluhling of the University
walked to Irving toduy returning on
the afternoon local.
A young man from Pleasant Hill
w ho was at the teachers examination
last week claims he wus robbed of
$3 while in attendance at a meeting of
the Salvation Army.
SunJay's Albany Herald: Dr J P
Wallace was called to HurrUburg laM
night to viiit Mr Sam May, who is se
riously ill. Mr May's son Darney,
went up from Portland lost night to
Miss Barbara Lauer arrived hone
ou today's 2:04 local from a 0 months
visit wiih relatives at New ork, aud
other Eastern cltleo, Portland and Sin
Fiaiicl-co. She will be gladly wel-
c mie l by her many lrieii(N.
The steamship Oregon sailed from
Portland for Skagway last ulght.
Among the passengers wero the follow
ing from Eugene: Glen O and Lew A
Powers, Mrs V II Zumwalt, Jacob
Kline and Peter Neusbaum.
Florenca West Feb 1 1 : Eva Lamb of
Deauwood creek, ageil 7 years, was
playing with other children In the
yard the o:lur day, when I he dog
playfully hit a horse that stood there.
Tnulmrsn kicked at the dolt but hit
Eva In the face, knocking hoi sen-eless,
in which condition slu remained for
several hours. Her face was pretty
badly cui, but at last accounts she was
MrandMrs Robert Palmer, of La
Grande, aged respectively 80 and 84
who recently celebrated their
03d wedding annlveisary, have living
seven child en, 37 grand children and
IH great grand children Among other
pleasant memories the aged couple
were among the passengers on the first
railway in the United States, a line
from Wilmiuiiton to New Cattle,
In the last Printers Ink, Mr Hub
bard has an article on successful adver
tising, and iiuotes an ad ot a grocery
firm in AshtubuU, Ohio. This par
ticular ad calls atteollon to seven
specialties and two of 'hem are Oregon
products, salmon and prunes. Of the
latter llie ad itn -I'ruties-llrst ar
nvul of Oregou pruuis, very flue, but
small, Cc a pound, 5 pounds 25 cents,
regular price Sj.
An Albiny man Just back from
Skagway says everything is overdoue,
Thousands of people are rushing into
that place, many of them hving little
mean. Some are well fixed, but
thousands are looking t r work, and
there Is uot euough employment for a
tenth part of them. The cot of living
is high and the result wlil be that sUf
feiing and hardships niutt be endured
by many uutil they can get money
mough to briug theto back home.
ODR CITY LEGISLATURE
A Number of Important Shltn Duly
lull tleperl of Prarrrdlnga.
lellr Guard February 1'.
The CUy Couucil met last evening
In regular session at the City Hall.
Pre-eut, Mayor Kuykeuda'l and Coun
ciluien Day, Gray, Fisher, Luckey i.ud
Minutes of January 10th and 1,'ilh
read and approved.
Fiuauce committee reportid favora
bly on bills and warrant! ordered
drawn for (he several amounts.
Councilman Day from the judiciary
committee reported adversely on ordi
nance amending Sec 14 of Ordinance
0. This is the gambling ordlnaucc.
Motion to adopt report of tho com
mittee lost. Referred back to the com
mittee for amendment.
Report of street committee read and
filed. It shows a tot il amouct of 2004
feet of new lumber used, 134 feet of old
lumber; 245 loads of crushed reck
hauled ou streets aud 0 loads of dirt
cleaned from gutters. Number of
days worked by nrUoner-, 10.
Councilman Henderson, from com
mittee ou fire aud water, reported the
attempt to place electric light poles Iu
the curb stone of Willamette street by
the Light Company. No action was
taken in the matter.
Committee on placing the Pearl
street light on 75 fo.t pules, r ported
they cannot be obtained at present.
The following petition from the Eu
gene Fire Department, In relation to
tho election of chief engineer aud as
sistant w as lead and referred to the ju
El'CiKNE, Feb 7, 1808.
To the City Council of Euuknk:
At a meeting of the Board of Dele
gates of the Eugeue Fire Department,
held on February Dth, the following
recommendation to the city couucil
was adopted, to-wit:
"That tlie Chief Engineer and assis
tant be elected at amass meeting of
the fire department held at the usual
time of election and with the usual no
tice, each active fireman being entitled
to a vote and the election subject to
the confirmation of the city couucil as
Since the above plan would be with
out expense to the city and would
tausiy t ne firemen better than any
other plan which could bo proposed to
replace the present one, tho board asks
that it be adopted, if the present sys
tem is discarded.
D V KUYKEMIALL,
Secretary E. F. D.
Petition of Claude Pengraaud Oren
Howe for a private practicing tele
graph lino from the corner of Mill and
Tbirtee tb to the corner of High aud
Eliveuth streets, a distance of three
blocks; referred to street committee
with power to act.
The following petition from 11 M
Miller asking for financial aid was
read aud referred to thejudiciary com
mittee: Eugene, Fb 11, IS'js.
To the City Council of Eugene
Gentlemen: I tespectfully ask the
honorable board of the city. council to
aid me iu some way of paying my
debts which I owe to the hotel for
meals and lodging during my confine
ment lu led from illness, which I con
tracted by the fire In failing through
the burning porch aud sustaining in
juries to my leg. I was confined to
my bed for a week. I am s ill under
the doctor's care and unable to do any
work Mr Young procured tho doctor
for me. Trusting Ihe couucil will
assist in some way, I remain,
H M Miller.
On motion of Councilman Fisher the
street committee wus authorized to
purcliHse crushed rock from the county
if It can be purchased, and to put the
same on Willamette street.
Councilman Day, from special com
mittee to make water co itract, re
Recorder directed to Issue warrant
for collection cf delinquent assessment
oo Pearl street sewer.
A number of bills were read and re-
feired to finance committee.
Ou motion of Councilman Day the
city attorney was authorized to defend
the city in any action the Electrio
LUht Company might bring for
Mayor Kuj keudall was excused
from further attendance ou account of
lllnees, and President Fisher took the
After discussing seveal matters lbs
School Rei-okt. The following
pupils completed thecouiae of study
in the Thurston public school and
were zt nted diplomas by Supt. Hunt
Human Needham, Thomas Tucker and
Marcellus Needbam. The first-pained
,Wrvea esneclal mention, being but
13 years of age. 0
ITESDAY FEBRUARY 15.
John IIollls relumed home this
C 11 Friendly, the pioneer ihummer,
is In the city.
Mr and Mrs W L Brlstow, of Pleas
ant Hill, are in the city.
The weather has turned cooler and
the orchard ists are pleased.
Archie Rice was a passenger on thl
afternoon's tiaiu, bound for Cottage
T P Keeney of Tacoma, Wash, Is
visiting relatives and friends In I. sue
Mis Cora Eddy, of Roseburg-, Is
visiting with Mr and Mrs A K Eddy
of Eugei e.
Wm Mayer, T I) Linton and
Kichard Blown made Harilshurg a
business visit today.
11T Hill wdl light Priiievillu by
means of electricity.
T F Bennett, Fisher A Watklns'
butcher, is at work again, but walks
with the aid of a cane.
(.has doner's large turn on Fifth
street is about completed.
Mrt Josephine Hocbelseii is ipiite
sick at the re-lilelice of her daughter,
Mrs C Marx.
A number of Irving people In towu
today as witness's In a civil case be-j
fore Justice Wheeler.
Mayor Kuyketidall has been con
fined to his residence today. It Is
probably a case of grippe.
Jos) It LtwreiitMhit usvp'.el fio
toremaut-hip of (hu proposed new re
publican paper at Lebanon.
C Beck & Son, of Aurora, yesterday
sold 205 baits of hops to Theodore ltrn
helm at 10 ceuts xr pound.
Rev G R Calllson, who has been
copying the assessment roll for Clerk
Jennings, returned to his home today.
M M Davis, ol Corvallis, Is In
Eugene. He Is enthusiastic over the
procuring of the Improvement project
for Yuri j I n a bay.
Howard Rowland, the live city
editor of the (Juaud is confined to his
room with ilckness. We trust that
he will soon mover.
The painters are now at work ou the
Interior of ihe room to l occupied by
Densmore & Svarverud, one door
south of the Hotel Eugene.
Miss Maud Miller, tho well kunwn
New York actress and a daughter of
Joaquin MilLr, passed through here
last ulght enrouto to Coos Bay to visit
relatives fora few weeks. She weut to
school In Eugen? fora few weeks at
Monday's Pendleton E O: Cl.ftou
Cleaver has returned from Chicago,
New York and other eastern cities,
where a large stock was purchased for
the Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Com
pany. Lee Teutsch it expected home
The women are lu hopes of gaining
enfranchisement at the November
election in the state of Washington.
Our exchanges from that common
werlth soy Mrs t'rof Mark Bailey,
formerly of Eugene, Is ono of the lead
ers lu the movement.
The steamer Oregon, which sailed
from Portland for Alaska Sunday ulght
carried 450 passengers, 400 tons of
miners' outfits, 300 tons of merchan
dise and mlcellaneoua freight, 100 tons
of the ifovernment relief supplies, and
lij tons of live. stock, viz, 50 dogs,. 41
horses and 31 burros.
UNION IS KAYOKEI).
Kisolullous Adopted by Wasco Popu
list Central Committee.
At an enthusiastic meeting of (he
populist central committee of Wasco
couuty at The Dalits, February O.the
following resolutions were adopted:
"Resolved, That the couuty central
committee of the people's parly of
Wasco couuty, Or, favors a union, couu
ty, stato aud distrlc', for the coming
election, and also Invites all other re
formers to join in such auulon, who
will adopt not less than the following
as a part of their state platform:
"Fast The Initiative and referen
dum system of law-making In its op
tional form and a submission by con
gress of all Important national ques
lions for an advisory vote of the people
uuiilsuch time as the national const!
tullon thall have been aiusuded so as
to provide for direct legislation.
"Second That Indtqiendetit free
coinage of Loth gob? aud silver at the
ratio of 16 to 1.
"Third The abolition of all private
and coriorale banks of Utue, and the
Issue of all mouey by the general gov
ernment aloi e, all money so Usued lo
lie a full I' gut tender for all dibt' ul
I 3 and piivab. Anil be it further
Itesolved, Trial ihe above ques.
lions be submitted to a referendum
vole of the people at the people's parly
Suit for DivontK.-lI D BufTum
baa Instituted a suit la the Lane
county circuit court against his wife,
Elizabeth Buflum, for absolute divorce.
The couple were married In Eugen'
JulyS, laVJ. The Issue of said mar
ring" Is one son 5 yeais of sge. The
complaint all- ges adultery, lie ak
f r the c re of custody of Ihe child.
THE WOMEN WIN.
Can Now Vole at School
ko aa,. lbs Mi pre me t url.
K'l'lal 111 till' liCAKD.
Sai.hm, Feb. 14 -The Supreme
Court decides In favor of Mrs Laura
Harris In the case of Mrs Laura Harris
vs Sherwood Burr, M H Wallis and R
B Henderson, who wero judgee of the
school election for District No 4, Laue
county, Oregon, in the school tleotlou
hist year, w ho refused to permit wo
men to vote for school director. The
decision covers twelve pages of type
written matier, citing many declslous,
and it says, Section two, Article two,
of the constitution only appllet to
The decision creates consternation
among male Inhabitants, and corres
ponding Joy among females here.
A Valentine for the fair sex of Ore
Mu YAUU.NA BAY PROJECT.
Approved by Actlug Secretary
Wakiiiniiton, Feb 12. Acting Sec
retary Melklejolm today appioved the
project for the Improvemcutof Yaqui
na bay, Oregon, and Instructions have
been telegraphed lo Lieutenant Potter
of the engineer ofllco at Portland, In
charge of the Jlstrlct, to Immediately
begin preparations for the detailed
plans and specifications which will be
adveitlsed as soon as passible. The
appropriation of f25,((J0 already made
Is entirely Inadequate for the work,
which will cost about (1,000,000 alto
gether, and further estimates will be
submitted, but meantlmo the contracts
will be entered luto.
CHASt.K OK LOCATION.
K llansou Hat Leased the Satlock
E Hanson, the well known clothier
and fccui.' furnishing goods man,
today concluded a lease of the large
store room In the Matlock block, cor
ner Eighth and Willamette stieets.
The lease Ij to take eOect March 1, at
which time his goods will be moved
from their present quarters in the Belt
man block to their more commodious
quartets. It is a very advantageous
CliristKu Temperance Union.
The Chrlstlau Temperance Union of
Eugeno, held the regular meeting at
Mount's hall, Wednesday Feb. 9th.
Mrs Condon read a very exellent pa
per on "Safety for School Children
which was fieely discussed by the la
dles present. There should have been
more teachers and parents present, aa
it was a subject of great importance
At our next regular meeting, Feb.
23, Mr Farr will read a paer ou "Th
duty of the State to the citizen and the
duty or the citizen to the State."
Members and friends, come out and
hear this. It will beef Interest to you
all. The meetings are growing iu In
terest and you miss much by remain
ing awav. YV.
You should sea our lata shipment
of Boys' and Youths'
K CANgivoyou a neatduraUo
suit wiia largo Bauorcuimr iw
boy8from4 to H years old for
just larger sizes wuii-
out sailor collar $1.00. Navy bluo
sergo braid trimmed sailor collar, tho
neat and serviceable kind for $1.50.
Next comCS our cuto little Vcsteo
Suits "Our I3ov8 Delight" in natty
plaids with sailor collars trimmed in
bright braids from $1.75 up; theso
ALSO A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
YOUTH'S IN THE PROPER COLORS
AND RIGHT PRICES AT
F. E. Dunn's
Ill'.t A WAV A (X'JII KM'.
II rs (ieo I' Hall, Sr, lbu Her Right
Mr and Mrs Geo T MhII, Sr, who
ave been spending a few days at
r place near the Mckenzie Bridge,
started home la-t Friday morulug,
and when they arrived at the Frank
Mason p'aciyabout 40 miles east of Euij
ene.they met with a ruuaway accident.
1 1 happened thusly about 1:30 o'clock
Friday afternoon: They were driving
along tho Miiooth level sandy road In
their buggy, having the top up and
well bundled lu, it being rainy, wheu
all at once one of (he horses stepped on
a stick and it Mew up and struck him
on his leg when ho commenced kick-
n g and running. The buggy was
I raw ii overs log about two feet high
ind turned upside down, and was
Iragged about two rods In this posi
Ion before tho horses broke away.
MrsHull liad'one bine in her tleht
arm at the wrist broki u and was other.
wIho bruised, but not seriously. She
wiiMlakeulo Mr Mason's cabin and
made at comfortable as possible under
the circumstances. A leant was pre-
u red and Wades was made that even
ng and the next day the stane was
caught at Leaburg ami they arrived
In Eugene Saturday evening about 0
Dr Kuykeudall and Prentice were
Immediately called aud set the
broken bonn and dressed the hand,
which was necessarily nulte painful on
account of its swollen condition. The
buggy and harmss were badly broken
up and was left w ith the horses at
Mason's to lie brought down In the
A Double Accident.
Pally (iiianl, February II
rids afieruoiu whlleClint D With-
row was cutting wood ou the Daviea
place, across the river ft out Eugeue, he
made a mls-stioke and the ax cut quite
a gash on the Instep of Ida left foot.
Mr Wlthrow at once started for homo
aud when near the Eugene bridge met
a learn. The accommodating driver
gave hliu a seat behind him, but when
l.e got a good sight of the blood
Mr Wlthrow had pulled oft his boot
he fainted and fell off the seal, taking
tho Hues with him. The horses started
to run away.
Mr Wlthrow Jumped out. The man
recovered from his fainting spell aud
came on to town, where he found hi
hursts had been stopped without dam
age to themselves or wagon.
Albany Won. The match shoot at
Portland Monday afternoon between
Albany's two crack shots, George
Froman aud Sky Meeks, and Port
land's two best shots, Hughes and
Ileal!, was won by the Albany men.
The shooting of Meeks and Beall waa
excellent, but Froman failed to get
upon Ihe combination, the birds being
very slow, whereas he Is remarkably
quick, and Hughes, who has been con
sidered the best shot In the Northwest,
shot miserably. Tho score out of
possible CO was as follows: Meeks 22,
Froman 17, tolal 3H; Beall 21, Hughes
13, total 3 1.
Died. A telegram from Columbia,
I'eun, this morning announced the
death of Mrs L (1 Adair's oldest
brother, aged 77 yeais. No particulars
as to cause of death, as Mrs Adair bad
not even been Informed of his Illness.
Mrs Adair's many frleuds iu Eugene
will sympathize with her In her sad