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WHMMM IB TAB DIMeimTIUS Ot DElOCWin rUHClPLE-, AND TO IM ill KOIItT LIFINO BI THIWEiT OF Ol'B BROW
EUGENL, Oil., SATURDAY, MARCH 19 898.
VEEKLT EU9EKE GUARi.
CAnpBELL BROS, PUBLISHERS
u.i, r.il Sill ot Willamette b Iwt
u ...a iriirhth Streets.
Advertising rates made known
In i lit lit H It A
t si THflKEY
J DEALEU IN
flock.. Eateries, Chains. Jewelry. Etc.
T.,fDiil(lfJ PROMPTLY DONE
A II Worli Warranted.
tug, taiu ne came out tliitt he w
J M Culp teatitled name ai above
Ilinhar.1 IV t.ll ........ . . . . .
muiii lllll cu 1 l IIM una
in the saloon; saw Stephens come
ruiiimg id l he back door; csmo In
licking the M sby boys feet out of lii
way; came very nearirettlnir ini, .
fight with John Moshy; hla brotlirr
ueve interfered In Jnlm'. i.i,ir.
Stephens began kick! lie Ilia anitfnun.-
r .... - ' 1
-uuei requested mm several time- not
woo mat way: Stephens then .,v
Jones and they Ml on I lie floor; aome
n panea mew, but In a moment
Stephens swore he would fix him. am
AT CONACE GROVE, aMMYF..
again aeparaied; Stepheu got up and
Harry Stephens Slaio
N. J. Jones.
L. W. BROWN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Offi uJ residence ovsr postoffice. Iluun;
I, I Ul.i u to z, to V h HI.
Tin Act Appears Justifiable as (be
Murdr red Mm was Drunk
A. C. WUU.UUUUI--,
Mid be would go borne, and reeled out
of the bouse; t'ld not see anv knir-
i j. . i
ouei aia do. say aiiytl'liv.
Charlw Clay testified that Stephens
oame Into the saloon about 8 o'clock;
waniea a arink and was r fused; came
back about 9 or later and swore he
would tli hlra; kicked Hit spittoons
arouno and Hnally began the fight;
did not see any knife; Stephens had
jones uowo aud was beating and kick
iuh mm; mey were separated;
Stephens was bleeding, and mid he
would go home.
J B King testified about the
Ziuiker Craber Broj. ike Just
Opened a 5-Foot Ledge at
Sunday morning word reached Eu
gene that Harry Stephens bad been ""ebove.
killed In the Bohemia saloou, Cottage Frank McFarland testified ihat he
Grove, SaturJay night, by N J Jones, found Stephens lying on the sidewalk;
me proprietor or me place, and Cor-imame ana winters tValluce took him
oner J W Harris and District Attor- home; sent for Dr Wall, who came
V. r. MARKLET D,y LT Hai rls at once repaired to the nioreased his wounds; he was very
scene. restless the remainder of his lirv iii.i
Eyerjrthlog the wltoews tettloio. ut talk rationally or make any Mate
I 11 V lu f.r Ilis AAPAnas'a til. Mil.tt.s,,. I ttlPnt ha Aiat al.ni.l A ..!. ..... U . . .
till niactice in all the court of m ow w, uow BtPt wa. .u-romg.
I Unlv nnil .nMMj t j. m rl ,1... fn n
tried to avolj him until in aelfdcfer.se, ilr Hrry Stephens was r.-ganled is
he had to protect himself. Jooes used Uaa mn. while drii.klnir. by neurlv
a dirk knife with a blade about 4 Inches s11 lh citizens of Cottage Urove. He
long on Stephens, who persisted in WM ' tu tit of treating men very
Dealing and abusing him, atabbiog ""-amy, insulting and puhhing (hem
him several times. After being sepa- P" l" idwalks, and frequently alms
ra ed, Stephens, who was drunk, stair- l0B "xiiieiii-ive persons.
gered out of the saloon and falling on I He had no wenpoim on hU body at
I - t . ft. tllllAlltfelA..rlill-... I... .
hib Biuewaia, ihiu lueie lor auouk linn I run , uui as in the
,,,.rw. half block south ol Cbrlsman's
El'UENB. I ORKUON.
Office lu Wi lton ilock.
L .L. WH1TE0N,
Dvln I'Urcliau'd thecfllce and flxlurcso
lilrilir'anl W. V. lleiidvrMin, I am now
Spared lodn anything lu the Hub o ucullttrj
line .win- .am unice.
is nniiiia; or taut mintra
News frmn Bohemia bv the b at mall
that Ziniki r A. Oraber Jlroe, who have
Uen li ivlug a tunnel en the west -Ion.
ofKalrvUw inounlaln. lo nixn im th.
erman jjroup of claims, haveslrui-k
me ledge. When the mall left they
imu nve net ol free inlllmeoie und bu
one wan i i .iit.
They have had no as ays yet od tba
new nun, i,ut a four-days' mill test on
the shiiiu lede from an opening on Iod
oi Hie llioULtuiU iraVM a ralum ffHl
per ton oflreo gold, with enough high-
ra le concenlrate to pay all mlulna
and milium expenses. The owners are
highly pleased with their find, aud
have a tunnel house and large ore bin
completed, and have the tunnel
equipped with car traoks aud other
Iwo other tunnels on dlflerent
claim' ate now being rapidly pushed,
and it U expected tie ledge will be
struck in each ol them within two
w eek, llohe.nitt never had so bright
a( ouilo..k as at present, and the Inter
est foreign capitalists are taking In the
matter innires Its future prosjterity.
Monday, march h.
PAY YODR TiXES,
Croan and Brldgl arork s SptciiltJ,
LX3. C. LAKE.
ANITE AND MARBLE WORKS
iDetlrni and Kiw I'rln In Frt lKi i
komeitlc Marble and UmiiU.', M.-numcuta.
Hiail.tuiir and CiDieieiT Kork
all kinds fur isr.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED!
m-tm .; i1 -i Si in
me Countv Bank.
IllUMlltaed In 1882.)
A general Banking business
n all branches transacted no
A. O. HOVEV, Presiden.
J. M. ABRAM8, Cunhler.";
A. O. HO YLVjK.Am Jh
I' . SKuiHia.ts3, Awlatant Caahler,
r:l National Ban!
id op lash Capitil $50,000
rplus and Pronis, $50,000
gene - - Oregon.
nntra) banking business dons on reason-
01Kh on NEW YORK,
V?,'.SAN FRANCISCO and POKT-
olsichangeaold on foreign oountHer.
r-'wiTasui)eot to obsck or oortih
wuscuons CEtrusted tn ns will roceWs
d Savings Bank
Of Eugene, Oregon,
?T'L (Paid up) ... . $50,(100.
. t dJOWN. Pr.ild.nl.
fm nu",E' "cs Prssldtnl.
. BH0WN. .s Csthler.
Koblnsou, J. B.
e0eral Banlcinn Ricinecc
Jjsatfed 09 Favorable Jerns
iVnliri.0" . the Principal elt.le. of u-h
II t.?:i " elnf lurnlaed aisil
ProT? . "'"""llis.
y wi Tau, (ur t tU)n of ,UBblt
l Uon rcfclvt onr ,,,, ,,.rlKB
V U Wheeler vs A Sharpies; to
recover money on a iirubblnir contracl:
r w n 1
TI" h1. The following jury was
llrUU'll ill lIlK PR... l..l,n U rnn.
He was f..unJ and taken bablt of carrying them, a l the people II It Ivminir. Frank Brlaiow. rienr
HnH.A H.I n. tlT.II 1 1 1 I... a l 1.. I irDnuralli, r.. ...1 I... , I. in
uuuid aim ur iisii caneu lu. uui un 6""-'""j irairu hb houiu UO gon.e LarMiin I 1 Iniiiuii I
injuries were so severe tnai ne aieu iojury.
about 4 o'clock Sunday morning. Alter the row he lay on (he sidewalk
S.cpheus has been considered a "bad I "haps a lialf hour, tlnwi) nui.Hluir IV
man" nd often provoked uncalled for 'ng uim simply drunk.
trouble. Hehasa family residing In He was never able lo makcany itatc
, , . , rt ItllOftl. KcnoFil Inn L. t . k I r.
iOUBge urove. i iiiuu ins irouoie ailer the
Jones turned himself over to I "'Jury. I hecitixeus generally consider
Deputy Shenirjas Hemeu way, but he Mr Jue Justlllable In his conduct, to recover money. Defuult and order
was not placed under arrest, and came " "miueuiaieiy oiu-rea Himself un to ofsalu of niini'linl nr.im.rip
... . .. ... . Ilka !....! .1 1 ..... . I ' t'f
iu r.ugeue Toiuniarny toaay 10 niael" onrrni oui wis l.oi ar
a statemeut to the grind Jury, now In rested. J W Harris, Coroner,
H Pratt, C J
Dodd, (1 X McLean, J A Hughes, PM
Md'herum, Palmer Ay res and M D
Uniro. Verdict for plaintiff for I5.
ln-ffiidunt given until (Saturday at 9
a m to move to set attlde verdict aud
axk for new triul.
51 Geo T Hull & Hon vs H C Owen
Rev M L Bose went
il E Anker y came down from his
Secretary Kiuoald returned to Salem
JJean h. C Banderson arrived home
District Attorney Yates returned
from Corvallls today.
Ham Goldsmith, the well known
drummer, la In the city.
K II Copple anlved home from C.it
(age Grove Ibis morulng
Dirsu uarrison went lo Port ami Da d todav. nraiai.lv tr,n iu.i.... n,u
... , I 1 -J - I"!. HIT
iuis morning io visit relatives. ameunt received. BU Calls m
Messrs Baker aad Miller, of the uro- wslstlng In the shcrltVs nice for
a .... . l.s
nioiuon parly, lea today for points 1119 prweut.
north. The law says that Uxea will Ucmie
Miss Nellie Hamptou returned from d,',lnfunt 011 A,r11 l but owl"8 10
an over Sunday visit at Goshen o i the 10 ron" WMn Put'u lor collection at
10:50 local. I so late a date this is not practicable
Prlnevllle Ite.lew, Mr t n n..n "", th wl" Prol"bly l't
nfr,.. f..i . i-..L. .. - iwnm-r,
uun.r, i.iuri ui rraua uonuey, is
The Rolls Now ia The Hands of Sk
iff Johnson For Collection.
A Numbsr llavs tal4 Tadar
Hi i . . ... . . .
iom morning Mierill Join son
opened the (ax rolls for the collection
of I be 1887 taxes. A number have
visiting with bis sod
Editor JB Whitney of the Albany
ueraui, spent Sunday In Eugene re
turning home on today's 10:60 local.
Miss Laurie Buraette arrived home
from Corvallls today where she hai
been the guest of friends for a month
Prof Carson Is confined to her room
OltKUDM DIVISION EXTENDED.
Supt Field and Manager .("liter's
Jurisdiction of the S. P. i
Kxtenu to" Duiisniulr.
Arrangements have been consult
mated and will be nut In force in a few
with an Indisposition, at the residence davs wherebv the Khst divlrion of
OI airs J 1' Ho Hand. E evsnlh inrl I Mm Kmitlmrn 1'anlfli. lj.l..... r
I .-I .,B iiviii
u"JrJ- Ashland. Oreir n to Bedland. falif.
B F Amis writes us from Hay Creek. wi" eliminated and taken up by the
wasco couutv. for the Weuki v divisions now olnlns It on the north
IVKMWY M.VKCH l'i.
Guard. He will reluru to Lane
county In October.
Mis trnma Miller and son Jack
came up from Portland Saturday to be
lu attendance at the bedside of Mrs
Miller's mother, Mrs M McCall.
ilanford, Cal, Democrat, of Feb 1:
By this change tho Orecon division
will be extended to Dunsmulr, Calif,
and will bo mull r the supervision of
Hupt Fields and Mnnager Koliler. wlio
patted IhrouKli Eti'iiu on hit night's
1 1 overlauil mr. ulo to Duusmuir to
make necessary nrrnngeinentt lor tak
Below 1 given the testimony before I
the coroner's Jury, their verdlot and a I
statement from Coroner Harris:
CORONEH'8 juky report.
Collage Grove, Or, March 13, 1898,
10U State of Oregon vs Ed Bangs;
rupe. I ho ll.-st Indictment wus dis
missed on motion of defendant' attor
neys. Shortly thereaf:er the grand
Jury relumed another "true bill," and
We, the corouers Jury Ininaneled to 1,8 wag given until 2 o'clock Saturday
Dr Geo Wall test I fled as follows: Am Inquire Into the cause of the death of "fteruoon lo plead, when he entered a
physician. Reside In Cottage Harty Stevens find as follows: plea In abatement. Plea cf abatement
Greve. Been In pi act ice 10 years. That deceased's unme was Harry F l,!!"ed mid tit fendant entered a plea of
Know Harry Stephens. Called to see Stevens and that he same to hU death "ot Bul"y-
him last ulght between 10 and 11 by wounds Inflicted upon his person 1 Alice O Brandt vs A Park B amll;
o'clock. Found him suffering with alrk pocket knife lu the hands of confirmation. Confl.-riifd.
three wounds on body and two on I N J Joues, In the Bohemia .saloon, 03 H R Williams vs J C Cooilale;
head. One wound en the shouldsr, ii&U. Or. on March 12, 1SU8 at to recover money. The follow lnK Jury
which was superficial; one on the side "b0" 8.30 p m.
over ninth rib. also a superficial
wound; one by the side of the breast
bone on the right side of body opposite
the heart, passing between fourth and
filth ribs, pene' rating the cavity and
passing through the lung. This
wound, In my. opinion, caused bis
death. The wouuds on head were
contused wounds, superficial and of
Cottage Grove, March IS, 1898.
Henry Wagner called: Am a resident
of Cottsge Grove. Work In livery
stau'e. Kuow Harry Stephens.
Heard noise In the Bohemia saloon
L F Wooley,
J C Stocfkek,
Js H McFarland Jr,
NO STATEMENT TO MAKE.
Mr Jone? was seen this miming by
a Guard reporter after his arrival in
was drawn iu the case Monday fore
noon: O Q Cartwright, DWBrhhfes,
X Winter, CJDodd, G N .McLean,
Norman Butler, I P In nan, J.ilm
Strome, Frank Brlsto, p ,M Mi Pher
son, W it Wheeler, Palinor A) res.
Jury Monday nlghl returned a souled
vtrdl I. It wasop-nul Tuesday morn
ing and wai found lo con oln a ver
dict for nluintill of Sioo. This will
throw the costs on dcfeixhlil. as he
A Ufa U.I.I. I .-.. . . I "
.... cuiim u, i.uBuue, vregon, IS IU ,,17 cliarirn ot ll.i lr n l.lll l.oml I.Trilnrv
I li la nl I ...J ...III - ..... .... I " '
.aiiiijr anu win il a loot Bl Hie
couutry with a view of locating huie
A correspondent writing from Call.
foruia to the Corvallls Times among
other things has this: "At Los Ange
les, Prof J D Letcher, formerly of O A
C was met. He has a position in lew
there aud waiting lor It to open up."
Moro, Wsjoo county, Leader: B 8
Kelsay and Wm Fairfield, of Grass
Valley, were In Moro Mouday. Mr
Fairfield has purchased three fine
ranches of Mr Kelaay. We understand
An Aivihini'.- I'ion-nce West:
While runiiltiK tlu'iilk'iriu theSpruie
Point saw mill Tumliy afternoon,
Frauk Fox met with it 11 nrcideiit from
blch lie will bo I, ild up for mine
time. A board lyiiiK on lollirs was
struck by the log carriuge and Ihr end
ofltpiiKlied tt;itlhHt Mr Fox's lliigh
crowding him uguiiihl a wind mid
causiug the board lo sp Ini; ii,i :md
throw him some dlstauce. He wus
cnrrlrd to a boat and drought to l'ior-
hri. Ilia wo wmh iniialilriililv liiulr.til
ik. I .. . i . i . , I - - n
iud laiinr vuuieuiuiaies movinff 10 i.i r.i....i.i. i i... i ....
. i t i i I uu" .uunicijr il u uiiii.b nnr tinirtvii.
uaui muuijr, wucre no is vaieosiveiy
Interested In real estate and other prop
erty. Sherman county regreia to lose
good cltltena like Ves Kelsay.
Eu,ene on the 10:50 local, and asked If U'f 'f? ,,B,uS " f , ,
hehad.ny...tem.Utto,.,ak.f,rpub- r " J ,D lotvT JiiU''ll1';
iie..ion ' recover money. Tho following Jury
He responded: -'No. There is
"wmui i care 10 maKe. I tin e
last night and went In to see what was betu pUeeu under a , .
the cause. Saw Harry Stephens run Euaene on mvown aivnr.i in .. ... ..
before the erand lurv ami a
seemed to be avoiding him, or trying statement to that body. I sincerely
to avoid blm. Htepbeus wai nuung regret the occurrence hut do not care
Tan T.Maa avaa lnH tn III.. I . ... . . .
tfoura auu " uunu u I O C1V8 IllB nnrortllnala al.r anv
a... i, t ...j t.l . I - . :. - V
uoor. loungrfouea asaeu iur uij more publicity as It is all over."
part them; said his father would kill Mr Jones Is a quiet appearing man
mm It mey uiu no. par. mtm. ' of ama stature ai d about Bflvra,f
helped pull them apart, and wh n
Stephens got up be snid be would go
home. Saw wounds on bis bead and
be wus bleeding. He reeled out of the
bouse and sta ted home. Heard Joins
say he bad to do it ; he could not help
himself. Saw the knife In the hands
of Mr Jones, but eould not recognize It.
E G Warren testified: Am a mini r;
went Into tho Bohemia saloon about
9:30 last night; saw Harry Stephens
come Into the rear end of saloon with a
stick of wood; be threw the stick
down; I saw that he was drunk; be
came in kicking tbe peoples' feet out
f his way; began kicking the spittoons
armnd. Mr Jones asked him very
Indly not to do so; he asked what it
coal; Mr Jones told him nothing, but
he did not want him lo kick them and
lirty up 1 lie floor; he roii'i-oed to
kick them, aud Jones toi K I,, I , f him
ud said please dou'l du that way
then Stephens began lo fight Joues
Dd I went out; I came back In a
moment and saw Stephens leaving tb
saloon with blood on bis face and bk
bead was bleeding; he said he wa.
golnhome. This was ab Hit 9 JO.
Henry Day called and testined: Wat
in barber-shop; beard the noise In lu.
.aloonj ran In; the fight was over; sa
Stephens and Jones In Ibe sa'oou;
Slephens was hurt; his features iifti-
ated pain atd Intoxication; be cam
out of the saloon stagger! og and retl
age. On his fa?e are to be seen rears
which were placed tlure bv St ptieiu
In the ratal htruggle. Mr Joues while
showing In his euu vernation h i! he
regrets tbe siTalr, yst feels Unit lu- Is
vindicated before the people ui.d it
bad he failed to protect Unm-lf his
own life would have paid (he pennlty.
X J Jmes, "Newt" as h wus
familiarly called, resided iu Engine in
the early seventies, lie was a tiuunsti r
and hauled goods from Port.'ni d In
fore the railroad was built. He in;ir
rid Laura lies of a family well know n
to plotiter Eugene people
was drawn In the caw : P M McPher
son, M D Lingo, rainier Ayren, J H
Pru t, J D Spmcrr. G X .MiI."un,D
W Iiridge', O Q Curt right, WL
heeler, NorniH ' Builer, Frank Brls-
low, J A Hughes. Ontild.
01 II D Bufliini vs Ellalielh Buf
fu in; divorce. D. fult nnd referred to
C M Kissinger to report testimony,
Ill State of Oregon vs Sun Case;
assault with dangerous weapon. Late
Friday afternoon (lie finnd Jury ie-
turned "a (rue hill." Ho was ar
raigned and took In duy to plead. II
D Norton uui leluim d to defend him.
This afteri oo n Cum' entered a plea
if guilty of sample ii-nnilt Willi the
iindi'rntii.'ii!iiig Unit t he sentence would
h" In, ti-1 line, f"0. Judge
f I at I. ri'.u i.c 1 ilmt the defendant
i. Id l,i i l'i. Miti i i i d the latter art
f 1 1 l.i i rk.
A Xew Stork Me-srs Hiliee Tuy.
Irand Hairy M 1 lo'den are making
a-rangeno'M lo open a hukery a'ld
co t tloueiy store in thisci y, aud ex
pect lo have fame compleled soon. Mr
Taylor Is one of the lest confectioners
n the state and a good laker, and his
know ledge of the crafts together with
the lersom.l popularity f the two
young u.en comprising the firm, in
sures (be success of the undertaking.
I D D.iver, jr, has ben elected a
Irlega e to the silver republican Marion
ouuty convention from Halein No
recinct. He Is a son of t'enator
Driver of Lnne county,
i i in penp'is run r Delegates.
i i l.W a t K I K, Or, Mjic. 12, 1808
I .iu Sin: A I di h v.'Hie, uliernates
,!,, I i".i m hi ; . i , I 1 1 l! the Ptoples
l.iiy S u'e (ii.v. i.ti 'i 1 1 Portland
mi March jj, p.u; ..l.:. the number
is not fewer than , can obtain re
duced rates of fare Those intending
should take a receipt from their local
ticket agent for the fare paid, and on
presenting that with the secretary's
certificate cf attendance on the eon
Y iitlon, the agent at Portland will
well a return ticket over the Southern
Pacific By lines for onr.-thlrd, and
over the O R 4 N line for one fifth tbe
usual fare. This certificate must le
presented within 4S h 'Urs of th ad
journment of the convention.
W H U'Rkw,
Seo'y State Ex Com Peoples Party.
The following delegates were elected
Saturday to tbe democratic and popu
lists conventions respectively which
meets In this city next Wednesday.
East Cottage Grove L F Wooley,
H J Day, J W Baker, J 8 Medley and
A J Brumbaugh
West Cottage Grove J P Currln
Horace Mann, Alex Cooley, J W
Gowdyand EC King.
South Junctlon-DrW W Oglesby,
James Clow, Thomas Mllllorn.
North Junotlon, Rev William Hous
ton, W L Houston, James Darnlll.
fcouth Eugene No 1 Ell Barger, P
J McPbersoD, John HIggtus.
North Eugene No 1 J J Walton, B
F Dorrl, Geo W Klnsey, 1 L Camp
South Eugene No 2 -A O Mathews,
North Eugene No 2 Geo A Dorrls,
C M Kissinger.
North Eugene No 8-J A Close, M
Sprlngfleld-W P Chesber.J E P
Withers, A D Baker.
Willamette Wm fiogard, Geo
Smith, Geo Drury.
Goshen J B Keeney, II L Edmund
Irving D F Andrews, Tbomas
Fisher, J M Kltcbeu.
Coyote Thomas MoCulloch, John
Camp Creek James Waring, J W
Shumate, George Dames.
East Cottage Grove H O Veatch,
Nat Martin, Tbos Allen and A Birch.
Wst Cottage Grove Levi Geer, Dr
G (J Soapp, Alf Powell, W M Witt, A
M Sweeney and one other whose name
we did not learn.
Junolb'n Precincts Tbe populist
delegates from (be two precincts are:
RP Caldwell, M Eccleston, S Click,
lames Calvert, Charles Btal.lberg, F
North Eugene NoS-L B Itoa:iisu,
J J Mutha, J Xvushal 111.
North Eugene No i-U W Welder,
E Beams, J C Richardson.
Willamette-Arthur Holland, South-
erland, Markls, Jackson.
Goshen-P R Wallli, II Hutohlnson.
Irvlng-W A Potter, A W Bond.
North Eugene No 1 A S Patterson,
D R Lakln, Cllut Wllhrow and L U
South Euseue No 1 James NettU
too, Eugene Nye, L B Rowland.
Coyole James Crow, Jeff McCul-
looa, 8 It Jenkins. o
Prune Shipment Today (lemge
T Hall & Sou shipped lo parlies lu
Syrcuse, N Y, 600 five pound U xs of
Oregon French and Italian prune.
They were packed in nicely piepared
and labeled boxes, and wen d -red ut
a good price. Mn't Oregon prunes
should lie packed In lliis manner.
When Ed MoCormick, I lie Portland
restaurant man, was ul Dawson City
on Febiuary 3, he visited the hospital.
There were 42 patients confined,
22 of whom were a til Ic ted with
scurvy. The rest were fever and
Roseburg Review: Robert Brown,
who was so seriously Injured in a mine
In the Bohemia district several months
ago, is sun in a serious conuuion ai
Mrs Ketchell's county hospital in this
city. The lower part of his body is
still paralyzed and he appears tn have
M O Warner went Injunction today.
Dr Geo Wall w.u.lown from Collage
miss Klva lilrlmdion
Hi Is In Kuvi.t'.
Win II Biley left tills
Henry J Day and Dr Wall, of Cot.
tiigeGrovi, are iu the city.
F K Gray of tin. Columbia Limit.
nient Co, Portland is In the city.
Dr BillliiKton was a nvsi'iiirer foe
points north on t uluy's 10:r0 local.
M Volk, of portlai d. roadum-ter of
IheS P K U, w a. in the city today.
Frank Bromi Is back from a trio lo
hisSiniihtleld riiiuli where he was un.
gaged piuuiug trie.
MrsJ W Wllhrow of this cliv and
MrsDT Awiirey of Cottage Grove
went (o roil hind today.
Mrs F B S uthwick, of Salem, was
u tbecily today In the Interest if (he
ncllle Woodmen Circle.
Mrs E O Thomas and child who hava
been iu this city lot some time, left
today for llutton, Wash.
MrsC E LooiuU arrived over f om
Seattle today and w ill visit for a time
with her daughter in this city.
Florence West: R..r Falhur D.ly
of Eugene, was on tldn water Ibis
week unending to LU duties as priest,
Gi-orgo Alexander of the Lebanon
Advance icturiml lnunu today after a
two days viU w ill, hU piirnit In this
Stale Evungell-t J J Ll-ter, of
Eugene, is holding i si rli s ol revival
meeting In the Christian church nt
Mrs J II ChilHon wn iiindo wi by
a bicyclist on We.t Seventh stre tyis
tenlay aud had nu iirinipiite badly
Salem Journal: Mis Henri, tin Lsuer
returned to i er home nt Euuetie Sun
day evening, after a short visit with
friends In this city.
Miss Bessie Day ret III lied lust lilirllt
from an extended visit to Tennessee.
British Columbia, and other points.
She had a very plea-ant trip.
W 1 tamphell yesterday left for tho
McKenzlu Bridge, whero lie will
operate hi saw mill until ho cuts
1 1,000 fat of lumber fur the settlers.
A largo number ot tho cill.eiia of
Cot luge Groxe and Leniutl were In tho
illy today a wlinesHe before tho
giaiul 1'iry in thu Stephens homlcldo
Albany Demociai: Mr FM Croasan.
a leaning merchant ot F:igln, E O,
spent Sunduy with Albany friend.
Mr Crossen wa a former Albany
young mun, attending school here,
afterward at I' incite and Stanford.
Monday's Albany Democrat: "Mlaj
Mary Cundlir left on the overland this
morning for Chicago, where she will
lake special lessons under Chicago's
beet Instructors In elocution." Miss
Cundlfl has many friends In FJugene
and recently visited here.
The University of Oregon has lost
everything excepting Chapman, the
alleged president. We wonder if that
noble Institution Is to he forever des
troyed by tho Czar aud Incompetent
at Its head.
Appointments. Federal appoln t
laeiit, Chas A Slie'.brede, of Roseburg
has been appointed Commissioner for
Alaska. It I u fat prize. James Mc-
been gradually falling for the ptst two I Cain was also appointed postmaster at
or three veeks. McMlnnvlllo.
Our Spring Goods aro most all
iicre now. We invito you to
como before the lines aro broken
It will pay you to see them.
Here Is where Is where we shine.
Ottomans Beugallnes Poplins Melanges
Plaid Plain, shades we have theai
all in the newest weaves and colors.
Prices to s iit every one.
All that Is new pretty and desirable
ou will find here. I hla is to be a season
of Ribbons and Luces galore. Wea e
prepared for it.
CORSETS AND GLOVES.
New at vies, and prices, ask to see the
Thompsou's glove titling corset, they
are sure to fit and pleasi.
This line comprises o many such
dainty creations, It will be Impossible
to dollieni ost ice in prosaio worus.
hey must tie mi) liefore ou can real
ize their beauty. Ornatl le Llsse Mir-
reltl, Imp' l I Dolled Wwlss, niullOr
aiidlr,M llioiiiulil F'asline Scotch Zep-
ilr. loile lioii'iriu iMMKiiuuraticie
coto ,I.awD,P col aV'cUiiasOullnS
re a few auu at piues f' m Sc up, lot.
We are receiving additions in this
dcpartnii'ii I'oiiiinuailv, we will have
a surprise for jou lu a few days
HATS AND CAPS.
In this Huh we can pli-useall whether
it lie, shape, color, stylo, iptallty, size,
or price. We are agents for Die famed
Kinvstiurry soft hat, aud the Kiiloff
slifl hats, both acknowledged leaders
in their lines.
Gold and silver iiif..n correct style,
rfeci fit ciiri fnl lliii-h nod In li st
value, you get them from Ui only.
litre it I hard to pick the winners,
we have thrni I" the new tans,
nrowii black fancy vesting tops and
plain new coin Iihs luce for liolli laille
geiitleiiien. t-' .(Mi l,u a pretty ami
irooil a sIhm a nmsl dealer will iisk
'1 (M) for. Comu and see lliem auy way.
New style- huH i-.inr in ilu. week.
Tr"J'ili Is liie seine nf perfeello.i
this line, they are uolug already.
We are agents for tho justly famed Jamestovu
Worsteds. The aro well known as among ttio
newest productions and sterling values.
F. E. Dunn