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CITY AND COUNTY
SATURDAY MARCH 20
THK I'NIO.I WOVKMKST.
Tho following from the Times-
Mountainetr rennlinj the success
in Wasco county of a union of re-
Til K 10 r OK WAR.
Preparations for war are va.-lly
moro expensive tb.iu they ureJ to
be says the Cincinnati Knquirer.
It re juiris a email fortune to pay
thocxpenHe of firing one of our
gr.-at guild. All naval enterprise
is on atremend jus scale. Kvtn if
1 I ta r
noi a gun snojia im urea as a re
form forces las the ring of victory L.-i, ,,r (l .... , ,
, ... , 1 suit of tho i-trum between tho
THE SIUSLAW BAR.
Work Has Turned the River
and good citizenship:
"Waico county ilemxraU, popu
lists and silver republicanssn to be
congratulated upon the work ac
complished by tlwir reapective con
ventiona last Saturday. The ac
complishment of so complete a
union aa was i-(To? ted of three
partita that lit ve one purpose in
view, though In tho pant have been
ao widely divided, was a grand r
ault, and will have a lasting (fleet
upon the politics not only of this
immediate vicinity, bu, of the en
tire a tale. It will tend io huma
nize discordant elements in other
localities, and to cement the union
that existed during the national
campaign of 18'JC. The platfor.n
adopted wasbroal enough for all
liberal minded men tj eland on,
embodying as it does the funda
mental principles of Hound and
"As to the nominees, tbry wi re
selectel from among the beet men
of the three parties, and were
chosen for their known tionetty
and capability. They are men oi
sterling worth and unquestionable
qualifications. They are men who
will appeal to the voters of the
county for their capabilities, and it
elected will provs satisfactory to
the masses aa public servants."
kugene butchers are following
the general prosperity fad, and
have "fused" on the price of all
kinds of meat. Of course it's a raise.
Kvery producer as well as busi
nesa man !n Oregon, should neo to
it that their stale lias a display o!
products at the trans-Misais-ippi
exposition at Omaha that ni l Ixt a
source of pride to thuin. Concerted
action and push will do it.
A steamboat owned by Kugene
men is not an impossibility. The
project is not dead. It is simply
sparring for wind.
Uoieburg business men vie
with alarm the S P'a intention to
take from them a pay roll of ifGOOO
per month, and toolset this advo
cate all kinds of schemes, promi
nent among which is a High school.
The many men whoso frienda
have urged that they accept tlm
nomination fur office aro now on the
anxious seat. They fear they are not
the only can in the back alley.
A lively building season in Ku
gene is coming on. The now court
United .States and .Spain, the pec-J
pie of die L nued Btat'-s need hard
ly expect to find in the Treasury a
few months hence a dollar of the
(if'.y rn-illi ins lati-Iy appropriated
for tho rational defense by the
unanimous vote of Congress. A
greitdeil of tho money haibien
spent already, rs it was intended to
be, in preparation lor an armeJ
conflict, if such a direful thing he
comes netersary. Without coal,
without ammunition and project
ile of tho most extensive kiud,
without officer md men. our navy,
however tx'enfive, would be Ii3lp
leK. Fifty n,illioiiH is not hallo
what England is spewing on her
navy without proximity to war our
country has. It is only u sort of
prol'igue to what the pe ople of the
Unite 1 .Stales will rjn-nd if the aa
eurance of peace does not soon
one. This h all well enough. It
U be ter to make the outlay in pre
Hunting a formidable readiness for
conflict, than to spend the money
in killing poiplu. iVa o must be
an expensive luxury till the world
become more amiable than it is
now. Tin day alien we can con
vert our battle ships into passenger
bwts or garbage barg'sis far d is-
u II t.
t a nee.
will be tho jtieco do risis.
The London Paly Chronicle, in
an editorial on the growth of the
Auglo-Amcricaii alliance idea, ex
presses the conviction that it is
only a matter of lime, but that it
would oe a great mistuko to try to
rush tho movement. It siys:
"America does not need more help
from us now than any other lime.
She is sujierabundantly capable ol
meeting any situation the t may
.rise. Mie will have our friendly
sympathy and neutrality in the
Culan question, and at this
moment it is difficult for us to offer
THE SAN JtWK HfAl.K.
Tho agricultural dejiartment bus
put issued a bulletin on tho San
J )ie scale for 1S90-7, prepared by
entomologist I, () Howard. It is of
much intenst at this time because
ot the recent edi. t of the German
government prohibiting the trans
portation of livinc plant, fruits,
etc, because uf tho alleged discovery
ol the scale on pi-ars shipped from
Never, it is said, in the history
ol economic onto:nol gy in the
Uni led .- tales has a single species
caused so much interest as this Sun
Josu scale. It was reported as oc
curring in twenty bUtcs in l89.'(
but In comparatively few localities
in each, with the single exception
f New Jersey. Jn lS'J(-7, actual
field inspection in Virgin! i, Mary
land, Illinois, Ohio and Georgia
and several others showed that in
these states the insect w is nearly as
wide-spread as in New Jersey, while
twelve states and the district of
Columbia have been added to the
number cont lining infe.-ted points,
I'ho conditions in over thirteen
states and territories are tho.i given
some of the most important being
California, Maryland, rennsyl
vania, Illinois, Michigan and New
Jersey. Consider iblo spaeo is da
voted to tho discussion of tho rem
edies suggested t ) kill the pest.
A loe1 kupplr '
Geo II Coulter, who la In from the
lower Hluslaw for a few days, says that
the Hluslaw liar Is now In a very atle
ftctoiy condition, due from the benefits
derived from the government work.
Last week before coming out, Mr
Coulter personally took soundings on
the bar and louud from ulna to ten
feet at low tide and from 17 to 18 at
high tide. Ha a'eo found that the
river U working into one channel at
tben'outh, and la now able to see
wherein th- Jetties will be a perma
The government engineer, who bad
charge of Ibis work aaya the bar will
continue to Improve and both satisfac
tory and reliable resulU will continue
from the work done there.
It is a source ot gratification to Lane
county in general to know that the.
work lias terminated with such good
results. The shifting sntid dunes at
the bar have given much aunoyance
as they have kept thin part of the river
Io two and three channels. The pres
ent Improvements and future work
will aeecruu to the lasting benefit of
Vou can buy a shoe that baa li"t
..ulj g "dVrviee In II. but also wade
in good st)le. He (hem at
A LOS AMBLES CASE.
11 1) Norton as Commissioner, Is Tak
ing Testimony Id a California Case
Attorney II D Norton, of this city,
aa commissions from tbs superior
court of Los Angeles county California,
Is taking testimony of Oregoa wit
neseas la case enti led, A M O.burn
veCL Roper and wife, Harriet Lee,
E JFrasleretal. In this case plaintiff
seeks to foreclose a mortgage given by
V L Koper to A M Oaburo on property
In Los Angeles county and to have a
eertala mortgage lsued by C L Itoper
to Harriet Lee declared a second mort
gage. Defendant Harriet Lee deuiee
ibat said mortgage issued to her Is a
second mortgage, but claims It is a first
mortgage and seeks to foreclose ou
The attorneys for plaintiff are Davlx,
Gauteubeln A Veazle, of Portland and
Carhart and Uordeii of Los Angeles.
Tlieoipeon A Hardy, of Eugene aud
Lucius Chase, of Los Angelesappear
for defendant, Harriet Leo.
The taking of testimony will occupy
several days. The esse la the outcome
of the sale of the A M Osburn property
aoulb of Kugene to C L Iloer siveral
The Omaba Exposition.
The advance In prices of all kinds of
fat stock compel the undersigned butch
ers ol Eugene, to make some change
In our retail prices, and from aud after
IhlsSiiid day of March, 180S, all our
meats will bo sold according to the fol
lowing scale of prices:
Mt. Vernon Items.
T E Edwards Isdolog business oa
Fall Creek today.
Mr and Mrs 0 F Illllegas vi.ited at
Creswell over Sunday.
Itev I N Mulkey of l'leaaut Hill,
pastd through this place Mouday.
MissP.ail McMshau is quite 111 at
her home near the McKenzle.
Misses lua slid Zlma Edwards are
visiting In Eugene this week.
MrsGrlfiln of Fall Geek, visited
relatives lu Ibis vicinity last week.
Agues .Metleson, formerly of this
place, Is quite III at her home at Fall
Kehool begins March S, under the
maosgeoieut of Miss Nannie Wallls,
LesP-r Jacoby of Jasper, a as lu this
vicinity on business, one day this
Eimilt Edwards of Fall detk, has
been engaged to teach the spring
term of school at Natron.
Miss flattie Smith of Natron, who
went to i'alouse, Wash, we understand
Is teaching school uear that place
T E Edard and family spent Sun
day at Jasper, the guests ol J Keeuey
Mr and Mrs M J Hillegas, Miss
Mary and Walter Smith, were guests
at the borne of II D Edwards Suuday
A match game of IskImII will be
New Dress Skirts,
New Shirt Waists,
New Sas ics am
JJem Laces. Jleta Embroider
flEW WHITE GOODS,
U full of good tliingii. Choice and nobby patterns
0 U I
MrO J Olson, a member of the Ore-
i on Hoard of Commissioners to the
Trans Mississippi Exposition, was In
Eugene yesterday getting acquainted played, near the Mt Yen eem-tery,
with the business men of the city and Haturday afternoon Le.ween the Jas-
aseertaluing the general sentiment of I per and Pleasant Hill toys, the de
this community on the great opportu- feated party to give an oyster supper.
niiles offered Oregon to briug her at Jasper or I'leasant Hill.
boundless resources before the world. Sunday school was orgaulzed at this
Mr Olson expressed himself as highly p0e, to begin April 3rd: The .follow-
ateaks-ltound, per pound 10 ,le,UB,, wl,b lbe ,ieftrtjr co .e.l on Dg officers were elected: M J Mile-
' 1 ' I ..v.iniLa.1 ll.A a. .... ni .ulnn l.n Ilia Mill- I I.... ...I T l.l. . i .
j iiuuiiu buiiuwu iu viii- jm, supcriuieuueui; u biuuu, wsis-
I'orifrhmiw 11 zeUB of I'8U cout,ty- In company iDt suitrlnteuJeut; J It Clearwater,
I t... r T.- f .. .t i I . . . .
diuck 10 I rrwier, me wiuuiiHinuri treasurer; rsiaucne juwarus. secretary;
HiBHts Klb 10 ,ro,u 1,BU0 muHlf UBy " ,u nvauer bmliu, chorister; i,ola Jlllle-
Chuclj near luiureiormuiaieoenniie plans lor gaa.asslstaut chorister; LenaMcHier-
. . . STOVES
Soup hones, each, (and upward). ..10
C hops, er pound 10
Roasts Leg and loi.i 10
Leaf lard io
Chops Lo'n and rib, (r pound 12J
active operations in this district lu pre- sou, librarian
paring for Oregou'a exhibit at this
I great exposition, aud It Is to be hoped
' i the I d
Over sll Mfllng 5tovcs,
VoU AND I.
Lowell, March 3.
Mrs JIary Talley of Eugeue, is visit-
that evtry citizen of Lane county will
feel a personal Interest and pride in
seelug that old Lane la not behind any
nfliuF nnlllitv In HiABlftlalii a rilanlftv
I Inn l.l. I... .
of her producta and resources. A brief 7 " reu"', ail 'uu Mr J
outliue of Oregon's ipace aa secured by
Commissioner Doech Is at this time of Miss Nancy Cox, who has been at
interest. worK 'or lome time In Eugene, is visit-
First-Oiegon will have a very I 'S 'ler pareuts at this writing.
uniipjesiaieuuiiuiug, caneu the ore- -Mr hlerus, of Pendleton Is in this
IWe keep the enly flenulne alr-tloht
GOLD DOST SrrxkeTess pewder and EXCELSIOR
BI..L J.. I.. J. J .L.ll. L..1 L . ...
DiditgLinur iiittu ictus itfi tj m-
Sj. L. LONG.
Hliouhler 10 Kon.Cal)in, built entirely of logs. This viciuity buylug cattle.
Cutlets Loin and rib, per pound
KiNists Leg, loin and rib ,
I'lste sausage, tier pound
ienna sai'SHge (or S for 25)15
I.luk sausage (or 2 for 25) 15
Corned lieef 08
I'l kled pork JO
No sales under tun cents.
C M OITNU,
A K Pattkhson,
u ,.uu, . ini- air et Clr mn I. null-.in. I
vun.,.1 nu,., ...u win im ooaju rnverat t b s wrlllnv.
feet and a 20 foot veranda eutirely
It L Edwards went to Cieewell Sat
around It. From this headqaarlers all ,., , iJU"";u" v" lo
Or.Kon nanera and nrlnted li..r.iur.l Urd 'y n?lur,,1,, humUy-
will be distributed. J " "otnrook, who has been suffer
The agricultural space Is 1001 inuare lDg Ir,nu 'heumatism, Is some tetter.
feetonthe main floor; Forentry 1200 1 ,pe wl" " up m
square feet; Minerals 1430 square feet; ram Slirea went to EugMiie Monday
Horticultural, PiOOsqiiaie feel; Educa. load of supplies for bis logging
tloual and fishery, 040 square feet, or camp,
over 0000 square feel. Thus It will be It C Edwards went to Eugene this
weu lumvsreguu iibs a great opporiu weeK.ou uusinesa.
u,.y a re-om k-couu lo no M E Edwards went toDexier
mia uu iu i ai-iiio Coasl. Hav
. . . . ...
bit uison weui south on lat night's
WRAPPERS FOR EVERYONE
Wo liavo them for saleat prices tii
will make you wonder who makes 'a
They are made all right to fit-u&fc
date-peojlo, out of tho riht kind-
material, some of the prices, 65c, 9.
up to $2.00.
Ladies shirt waists, aro thebesth
city for tho prices.
OUR NEW SPRING SUITS
are ready for your inspection, up-fc
dato in every respect, from $5.00:
UurSnrinir Straw Hat. SnfY fi!, rrn. irimfa-
I - I . 11 ..-..,V11( V4VIJI lltlC, UU IJilS IS-
overland to arrange prelim I carle, with L" " "1? IVtllS.0 3"OU. TllC McDonald Noclicce ShiftiF
.e ooumern uregon towns aud on hi. - " , wia-ims ion- anu every one warranted not to rm
returnMonday morning he will be . A Edwards Is at the bedtide of
KMIOlil.U, NO IKS.
1 he spring nuns are again bill
inn. Tncir valuo is harJ to com
iiiuiui r iinuiiu will SCO llie l0
litical pot sizling nnil boiling right
Kvery indication points to a good
track team for tho U of O this
more. It is quite cert mi that Knu. N'"g- H they win it will not he
land would never all iw tho United ll' 1,10 'mi 'iuestionable methods
States to be crushed by a combina
tion of European powers.
An English uewspajKr is agita
ting the runningof smoking carri
ages for la lies on the railroads. To
one unacquainted with Knglish
customs it would he better to allow
such ladies the privileges of the
carriages iiow set apart for the men
to smoke in. If the gentler sex
hive got to smoke it is preferable
that the two rexes smoke together
ou equal terms.
lliat have been employed bv some
colleges in tho Oregon intorooliegi
alo aeo Million.
l lie rush of tourists to tho Kist
during tho tarilVflghl by the r.iil
ro.i ls 1st unprecedented.
t'liangti or Location.
Tho Noithern IWitlo Ticket utllce
Imi. t een changed frU It., former l.H'a
Hon over Hull's gnuvr store to mure
eoiini odious qiisrters, wlih The Ku
geie li.sl Estate Agenry, on the
gu.und U.K.r, first door iiorih of (.iru.
United Htates Land Ofllee,
Koheuurg, Or, N'areh 17, 'Vf
Notice is hereby given that the ap
proved plats of survey of the followlug
townships have been received from the
surveyor gem ral (or Oregon, to-rlt;
Township 14 8, 117 east.
Towmhlpl4 8, It 8 east.
And on Tuesday, April 11), lSD8,atO
o'clock a in, the said plats will he filed
in this office, aud the land embraced
therein will te open to entry ou and
rfler that date.
H M Vsati'H, Register.
It 8 SllWKlPAN, Receiver.
Joined by EJ FrasWr, who will meet
the Oregon delegatleu at Portland aud
go by special car io lister City, where
they will attend the Miiieul and Miu
log Couventlou held there ou the ytu.
301 h and Slst Inst
liat la the matter with Eugene
h.ivlng an Omaba convention in the
SrsiiAi. Erram Btatesmau,
Capt 8 It (.)rmliy, federal forestry
agent for Oregon and Washington:
leaves this mornlog under orders from
lbe commissioner of the geueral laud
office for Hood Klver, uear which he
will Inspect the character of a certain
Plea-taut Hill Items.
March 21. 18US.
We have had quite an equinoctial
storm, but Is moderating some now.
Mr Darling sold ulue Chiua pheas-
anta to parties lu tugeee for $9.
O W Milam ended a six mouths'
school the ISth lust aud will begin a
inree month's term Apill 4.
Mr aud Mrs Robert Hemphill enter-
talued a number of guests at their resi
dence last lhunday evening. The
social was glveu to celebrate the 20th
March" 17, 1M8.
111.. I ... .
miu jcssh miners will teach the
spriug term oftcaool at Davis.
Misa RoxauuaCarpeuter of Walter.
ville, aud a Mr Powers from Wyoming.
were married Saturday moruluir hv u
n. Mcaiauan, J I', at his resldeuce.
Walter t:dmiston made a flvlin? irln
. it i, .... . "-r
u Jieuorica s rerrv. Nalmn T.-nu,
- ' 1 !")
Itr nalar Dr. Prt
timrenieeu 10 cure all nerui dimKS, sh ss Wk Mcmr, Umi
lot... KerroiMi. . "V"'u??l- r""uuuu' '"ZLTA
1 fvr r ow-exertion, youthrul ertori s,-itint'
2 P;.U. ?!"nY"'. hich lead lo InfirmllT.Coniiiniplf
K Kriiulir Kl? irRKi.t.. ilk for ; u..o
1jt.i.l- J......'." r HRiicine Co., psm. France. u'"
--,umwg SKcnu. Tbird sad Yamhill bit., PorUin4
The A. & (i. B. It.
Astoria News: Sjot MeOniru
feasant Hill, Gosbeo, Eugene, Spring! tUrUedfr"" triP over the Hue yes
Beldand back home. Ui K.1,.,,1.. 'lay. The tracklavers on 11,
His business is uuknown. end wl" a '""e and a half this side
School eleotlon r...u.i i .... .... Pr "eaver and fioni thlseudtlm ink
..oM.ieu iu me eiec-1 u.iii 1 1 t 1 . .
Hon of Bill Withers for dlr,et.,r ,".b!. aiJ two "half miles be-
O A McMahan for clerk. f 01 , " M,')ort wll,'u 'ey quit laying
auulversaiy of their niarrlaro. ti..
guests were: Mr aud Mrs W I, Brit- k' 8ll0P ,or 'he Woodmau order
tow, Mr aud Mrs H L Martin. Mr ....1 1 MYKm i-ri .... l-.i.i
'-"""I 1. uu I UV III IO 1,1.
MraudMrsOW Milam, Mrs Linton Pleasant Hill, before l..!.,.. .... I "
not, U thiown 0hii to the public for and her seu Dsvld, Mrs Illume and Mr foruls here he expect ,, 1,1 V
A .1 .. . fli,ll., I.. .1.-1. .
.vvmi iime iu uieir new Dome
Charlie and John Hastings are at hat. Z . Ui8l,t
Billle Hsj-deu bat fixed the ball over
to wuship of land aud report to the
secretary of the Interior thereon, and Mra Wilson, Mr aud Mrs IraMartlu. laughter, MrsO Milam
upon mi report the lanu will, or will
Ingatnp V.tA or South.
for luforuiHtiou eoiu-eruiiig rates,
routes, time Utiles eto, call ou or a-l-dri-ss
A late census in Germany shows tin's hardware stoie, directly opp.ieitj
a decrease in population of 20,010 iU (U office, where they will 1
It is surprising that the antics of ",'M'J lauy persons ivntemplai.
limperor Willie have not driven
more people than this number from
the empire. He is undoubtedly
trore kinds of a fool than any man j
wno ever rachel a throne.
1 . 1
The life insurance companies are
exerting their pwarful influences
to avert war at any price and at
any losa to "national honor." War
would mean great loss to tho life
insurance companies and many of
them would le swept out of exis
tence by it.
R McMi Hi'lik v, General Agt.
OpHtlle (lUAKD office, Eugene.
ii'o v o mve more or a "war" ring
iiay uiau usual, and were read with
Interest by erodi.
the purpose of settlement. The acre-
a kc approximate- 2.1XH) acre.
hi.Ki-rioN ok OmcKRS. Eugene
lodge B T O Elks, at their regular
election last evening selected the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing term:
Exalted ruler. L T Harris: Esteemed
leading Knight,! L Campbell; Esteem
ed loyal Kulght, CM Young; Esteem
ed Lecturing Knight, A L Peter; Ireas
urer, W L lVLano; aec.'etary, M 8
Wallls; representative tograad lodge J
and Mrs tift.
was enjoyed by all
W J Mulkey aud wife went
Eugene to visit their son Howard."
Mr aud Mrs Halsy Callisou returned
home last week from Cottage Grove.
wuere they have been for several
Miss Helen Sw ift will begin her first
term of school the 4th of April. We
wish her much success.
.skkioi sly I l.l.. A letter received
today by Geo D Lluu from hla brother
F I. Lluu of Seat lie slates his wife has
gone to Santa Crut, Calif, in response
Wak 111-i.M.TiNs-Tiio bulletins 1,. taummousstatlogherfather Col J
ed by the Oregon Telephone A Tele A y.vr M lying quite low in that
city ana not er.pected to recover.
Fletcher I tuauaser of the Seattle
store of Hie Oregou Furniture Co, aud
ienrta business booming lo the live
FolM.Ou Seveuth etr-el. a ladles'
woven Willow handbag wlthapal-of
gauntlet gloves, Owner can flud the
same at Gi'akp office.
All alud of "Or i;k" piuners at
Oriniln Hardware (Vs.
DlKD Kmnul: Paul Rol.lna.wi .1.1
at MilUMiy. L'nn countv. M.r..h iu
aged 70 years. Ha Uad charge ef the
railroad i-rnlge at Harrisburg many
y?mn inducted a boul in this
c ij in an early day and al o had
cliarir. of ihe depot hotel at Spriugfleld
Arm la Ulttkr. M Schneider ar
rived home today from Portlaud,
where he went to have Dr K A J Mc-
Keuiie, bead of the 8t Vln.-euts lu-
pllal staff operate on oae vt hla arms
that was Injured when he was a U.e
Theoperatiou was very sucoeeeful aud
Mr Guelder la uow feeling O K.
Prof Eugene Boud
uu school on lha
nrst Monday In
To AgenU:-Commei.clng Feb K b
tourist-car will be dlspa,rh..i r,....
Portland, Maine, evere IZZZ?
tbeMa... Central and CPRy' 2
will run through to the eoL J
Tlia a .
ieiurn oy rrom it,- 1....,.,
ceast has twu ai1a ti. ....... . . .
flrs t ear to leave Mug on Februy 2
Tl la Is I-, addition to 11,.
nnw nn . .
lows: '-"u'es .service as fl
Leaving Pnni.nj .
thrnimh a. r... . ' nl w'h
a -i iu cfc 1 am.
Leaving Portland every Saturday
having Portland .verv T
connect with throng. ...
I-.V1. g Portland everv vvl."" --
with through csrioPor,:;
II,. .....I ...... . ... I'"
..... ' win ne nuished lu teudiiys
" a -
ror a few (lavs: All in. 1.-
Oregon oods must come .,.
.1.1.. 1.1 . .
1- uu.uuce or stock very soon
Halksi i Woolen m,ll store.
J M Howk, Mauager.
Wheel for IrTde.
Da; & Henderson, Undertaken i
Embalmers, Cor. Wii. and 7th ill
n Uor.I Egeue,
10 Mr and Mrs'
W W Moore, a
E (ha ml i is.
GaoF Craw, Agent.
J. W. UU PIIRVITIIDL on
W?iik? . ,I'C,II",,",,,,
For the best
In the market, A full
line Just received, to
gether with all kinds of
GARDEN SEEDS. UNION SETTS W
O O o