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THE BON MARCHE
Judge Hamilton Decides
Two Young Men Torn to Pieces
Near Independent» by
» d cl
pol.iu ou the 4
river t -.¡too»’
Large Number of
stale that Ute li
An Independence dispatch of March
along the bottom.
5th says while thawing dynamite pre
The warm weather the p>wt frw
paratory to blaming stumps at Bur
Grand Jury Drawn to Enqu ;re 1 responsible 'or tlii- I -sl.et, Uue.
The Adjourned Term of Court
deep snow in the Cascath M iiuAjrv*
dependence, this morning at 8 o clock,
Into Several Criminal Cases-.
being melted by tie soft i.’lil
Clearing the Docket for
O'e.' one hundred pouuds of dyne
Several Trial Jurors
wind ami the warm rains.
in ite exploded, killing Curtis Baker
Regular Term Next
So far no rwpor o ot d uaa*o to pre®—
and Gilbert McCabe, young men of 22
,erty along the river have buecx «* -
and 18 years respectively, of tbis
place. The bodies were torn to pieces,
The regular March term of cirouit Jceived. The McKenzie is bigbox* nowo
A large number of civil eases in the almost beyond recognition, and mem court convened at the court bouse than it has been this winter, but :>Mf
circuit cour* were decided by Judge bers of the bodies were burled 121) tbis forenoyn at ten o'cloca, Judge | near us high as it was during th*
, freshet last winter.
Hamilton at yesterday’s and today’s feet. The legs of both were torn off J. W. Hamilton presiding.
Tl.e Willamette was not affW^atrf
s s-ions of the adjourned term as fol at the knees.
The roll call of trial jurors was
The shed at the place of thawiug read aud the following excused for much by the warm weather, end t er-
J. W. Shumate, va H. A. Mullen was shattered to splinters and burled the term: B. F. Cleek, Dexter mains alrmwt stationary at this pftw«-..
and Alice Mullen, recover money. 200 yards. The earth was torn up for Sparks, C. II. Hales and G, W. Tay
several feet around to a depth of four lor.
The Booth Kelly Lumber Co. vs feet. In a bouse fifty yards away the A grand jury was cbossn as follows:
J. W. Patrick, possession of prop windows and doors were shattered, Geo. MoLean, foreman; Frank B.
erty. Continued for term.
A woman and child in the house were Mason, Henry Lujoie, Wiuthrop
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER^
L. C. Skeels, vs Densmore & Ful not hurt.
Thompson, Audersou Cbesuire, W.
Samuel Watsou, et al, trete ■ > «F
ler, to recover money. Continued for
They had somo 100 pounds of dyua A. Blanton, E Hansen, A. J. Tick Mulkey Cemetery, to heira a J X®S
service as to Deft. Fuller.
mite in two boxes, aud bud placed ard was appointed court b llitf, Shel Pitzor,deceased; lot 12, Mulksy C>’<»
^¡William Kyle, vs O. W. Hurd, re some of this in some hot water for ton Jenkins petty jury bailiff, und J. etery. 810.
port of referee. Continued.
the purpose of thawing it out. The M. Howe graud jury baiil-f.
Mary J. Gray, et al, to F . «afc-
K. F. baker, vs Marie Mattauer water was probably too warm, aud us
The first case to come up for trial Gray; 183.20 aerie iu tp 17, 3 • b su
and John Mattauer to recover money. a result the dynamite exploded. One was thut of the Hurlbur-tNickliu «5745.80.
Dismissed us to John Mattauer
•>f the bodies was thrown a diet »nee Mercantile Co., of Junction City,
Samuel Gray to Thomas Gray F Afcfti«
The Booth-Kelly Lumber vs Wil of over 100 feet aud the other was against I’eter F. Colgaar i, the Flmira acres in tp 17, s r 4 w. 8834.
Ham Chrisholm, foreclosure.
hurled through the air almost as far. merchant,tn recover mouey on a chit
Charles aud Sarah Lauer to PecaK
State Laud Board, vs Dora B Their feet aud limbs were tern from tern baik contract. A motion for a Cherry; lets 1?, 13, 14, 15, lGau »!»^
Simpson et al couth mation. Con their bodies, their bowels were torn nou suit was overruled and the fal blk 31, Frasier A Hyland's add ' <*u
out. and their faces marred beyond lowing jury drawn: G. L. Day, R. G. gene. 820.
Donald A Porte, Co. corpction, vs • recognition.
Fowler, J. C. Ni'bolson, R L. Bush
Janiea and Veva A Hollnnt1 te,
IIouck-A Kornick, confirmtioti. Dis
Th« whole 100 pounds exploded and nell, H. B. Dun.ap, R. I. Soss-iau i Amos W Walker aud Joseph r.ic : •u.k-
the report was percpetible as a strong A. W. Schwering, Geo. Winn, Sam '-2 acre in tp 18s, r 5 w, 8000.
J. J. Thomas vs. Tbej Booth-Kelly jar at Independence, a distant« of ljy. uel Templeton, Geo. E. Sides, 1 . E.
John S and Eunice E Akin to
Flegal, H. W. Jones. '1 In» jury was London Timber anti Milling Q*
Lumber Co., report of referee. Cou- miles from 1 he scene.
There wau a woman aud a little girl out at 4 o’clock tbis afternoon.
165.80 acres in tp 22 s, r 3 w, 2Luv»
This afternoon tho grand jury re
Sclomn R Weiser vs Emily L. iu the house located near the scene
Levie ami Rosa M Goer to lac-at’m
Weiser, report of referee. Continued. of danger, aLd although the house turned indictments against the fol Timber anil Milling Co. nil th? S ’*
Adeline Church vs O.' A. Lucas, to was badly demolished the people were lowing:
her on oertuiu laud iu tp 23 s r
L. O. Margan, for pointing a gun at 814,694.
recover money. Dismissed. Settled. not hurt, it was only a miracle that
| A 8 and Emma C Powell to LomMar
Ksystoue Manufacturing Compaul two other men were not killed us they another at Junction.
H. 11. Skewes, for passing a worth j limber uud Milling Co, tirobei- ovM
vs Frank Korenek aud Chas. Beau to bad been workug with the dynamite,
recove, money Continued for service aud one of tuese started to run dowu less check oil Cockerline A Weather - acres in tp 22 s, r 3 w, 8.125.
to where the boys were, when he was bee, of Eugene.
as to Deft Bean.
Levi and Rosa M Geer to IjO'wite*
Earl Eastman,the logger who ferged Timber A Milling Cc 40 aaros
Alassilon Engine A Thresher Com called baek by Mr. Burton, who want
pany (a corporation) vs A. C. Jen- ed him to help him at something pise the name of Newt. Gritfiu to several ' 23 », r 3 w, »200.
checks, rud passed them in Eugene.
nings, to set aside deed. Dismissed. for a few minutes.
Wm and Annie .Lively to.. !> «&».
CASES DISPOSED OF,
Lucy E. Mitehell, vs Charles F.
Milling A Timbei Co, all tlinl -• 'in
Rebecca A. Pope vs. Aluion M. Mc certain land in tp» 23 a, r 3w, foj JU.
Mitchell, divorce. O.
Kenney and Mary MoKenney, con
and J. M. Pipes withdraw their ap- CHANGE TIME ON
Geo W and Louisa J Kelly t - Las*
pearauce fcr pltif.
I don Timber A Milling Co , alf t : **«»?-
E. F. Owen, vs Long A Bingham
MOHAWK BRANCH Harry D. Cherry, Hdmr. est. David in certain land In tp 22, e, r.8 w. ’'...SL
Cherry, deceased, vs. Harley Punish,
Lumber Company to recover mo ey.
John A aud Julia A Poneli to i..m>
don Timber A^Mtiling Co, all tiurhaEr
E. C. Hughes v. A. C. lieemis, to on 40 acre? iu tp 22 i, r 3 w, 9113a.
Samuel E. Youuy vs J. M. Nichols
and C. E. Nichols, to recover mouey. New Schedule Between Coburg, recover money. Continued for ro-
Alfred B Lyon to Lindon 7 •-i'5w
A Milling Co, ill timber on
Springfield and Wendling
O. W. Hard W. Biaalaw Lumber ]and in tp 23 s, r 3 w, 84850.
II. Gorden, ve J. D. Ladley, to
Co-. C. C. Cushman, . I. B. Cushman
recover mouey. Dismissed. Settled.
B und Florence llaman«,! On
uud E. 1’. Wuitc, to recover money. Levi Geer 40 acres iu tp 23 s, r w,
W. II. Davis vs Rachael Wright, to
Elisber and Mary Geer to L - it.»
recover mouey. Dismissed.
A new lime card has been placed in Judgment against Slnslaw Lumber
bus!- effect between Coburg and Wendling Co. for 84858.31. interest ten percent. 1 Timber A Milling Co, nil tim*e •
lees c 11.06 paid ’ certain land in tp 23 s, 1 3 w, .-
à Co vs over the Mohawk branch of th? 8. P. from Jun 1 1, K)
| Edward Judkins et al to St .' r-i.
A. 1'. Fetersou, to recover mouey. Co.'s road. The train leaves Coburg June 2o, 18 )7. Atty fee 8300.
Lucy E. Mitchell v. Chas A. Mitch- Pacific Co. .31 uf an Here in tp Hx
Judgement for amount prayed for. now at 10 a. in., Springfield at 10:3u
Jr 3 w, 81.
The Eugene Loan A Savings Bank a.m. aud arrives at Wendling at 11:40 ell, divorce. Dismissed.
Jason A Richardson to W F Bryant,
vs J. C. Anderson and G. G. Ander 1. in. Returning, the traiu leaves
Edwin Crawford et ai, tru
Weudling at 1 p. m., arriving at half interest in cettnlu land in tp 16, the Free Methodist Awool.it
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son, to recover mouey. Dismissed.
'Springfield to Southern Paetfl.i »>v
Pacific Press Publishing Company, Springfield at 2:15 leaving Spring s r 5 w. 8350.
G,Oi,e and Ella White Thompson .31 of nn acre in tp 18 •, r 3, ? *.’2i2
vs D. K. Walker and H. A. GreeD, field at 3:30, and arriving at Coburg
to W. W. Tucker, 80 acres in tp 21 s I Cecilia
partners as Walker A Green, to re at 3:50 p. m.
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.* S'leucr r to C V Luets.
r, 4 w. 8460.
' ICO acres iu tp 20 s, r 4 w, 8200C.
cover money. Coutuiued.
Walter R uud Ida Hay Hawley to Wm
W. Browu vs Charles L. Austin, to
William and J K K O Bizett
II Russell and Blake McKitrick, 107x H M ithewa 296.06 ceres in t, H „
recover money. Continud.
160 feD in Mulligan’s donution to 4 w, 82700.
1. Fleishman, and D. J. Guggen-
! Marion end M F Veatcb t. f 'A
beituer,partners iu business tinder the
Crow,Or., Ma-ch 8. —J. M. Holland Eugen.
Minui« L .sidimm*, ad....
adrur estate j .______
half interest iu 4.15 a.;.*«- tu
firm name of Guggenhcimer A ^u., vs has ¡old his home at Crow, also the
Michael -Meyer aud William Kyle, mail cuu'ract from Crow to Eugene of Fannie Lcckwintl, deceased, to E Lane couutv 81.
121.77 ••! s in tp 18, - r 8 l lra L and ’ Idaho F Cnmpt-
partners in business under the firm to Howard Mulkey, late “mine host”, O Pot'.e
Dame of Meyer A Kyle, to recover1 of the Wald House, Eugene. Cousid- w; also it t 1 bik 1. Skinaer’s dons- j0>,n R Campbell certain iivr; «.
tion to F.tigen«; alto north half cf Eugene, 8700.
C F and Susan Johnson to'Bsw.iy w
Scbwarzcbild A Sulzberger Co., a1 Albert Sturtevant has purchased a lot 241, 1 O O F cemetery. «1210.
Char!«. W ali i Edith A Haim-a to Gilbert certain land in flsu
I corpora!inn, vs. l ied Fisher, to Re farm of lleury Cannady,< f Long Tom.
cover mouey. Dismissed.
David Thcmpsuu is putting ueat Leonidas 8 Hill, lot 1, blk 4, Ells- a,] to Eugene, 8550.
3 Rufus Mallory, trustee t
F<ank Stark, vs Fred Fisher, to and extensive lepairs on liia farm wo HFj add 11 Eugene. 8’109.
' J H and Irene D Dunlap to Janita Blair 32x130 feet in SpringfWci
Judgement for bouse.
J. A. J. Crow has sufficiently re- OweDS, It acres in fp 1H, , rt w. ‘ rov<m*r.t and Power Co'« a
I Spritigefild, 850.
N. Felderwert, vs Paul Weiss and O vered to be out visiting, accompa 8300.
C J Mack to Edward Hunter aud R ; tJ 8 to Frauk Smalley 160 «era.
Ludwig Martin, to recover money. nied by bis family.
Miss Nellie Gates bos been employ A Stecklauer, one-sixteenth interest tp 17 s, r 3 e, patent.
in the Bed Rock mining claim, Blue
Samuel Smith, 1 vs T. N. Segar, and ed to teach the Palestine school.
Josrhpine S«gnr, foreclosure. De-
Morris Smith, of Hale, was in our
Jess? W Rust and Idz f Hi'-i’i -;
fault. Judgment tor 81741.50. inter- n ighborhood Saturday. He has se-
zett to William I! Mathews 124.86 David Hunter witness.
st at 7 per cent, Atty. fee of «150, o red employment of Mr. Bushnell.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
decree of foreclosure.
£. O. Temple is steadily improving acres in tp 18 s, r 4 w, 81.
Jesse It 11111 to William II Mathews
Michael Meyer, of Aetortn,
Iva McCubbins, vs George McCub-, t i health.
‘ powe • of attorney to Joseph 1 . g..
bin«, divorce. Continued.
It is reported that Mrs. Ge. , ge 124.86 acres in tp 18 », r 1 w, 81.
I man, of iuiue county.
The Griffin Hardware Co. vs c . J. H idley, who went to Settle to receive
C L Jot i n files amended location
Howard, to recover money. Dis m dical treatmeul, baa laei much
bmefited, and expects to be at home notice cf the following mining claim»
Bohemia distiic ; Blue Jay, Jill Mag-
Toe Eugene Theatre Co, vs T. W. 1 a few weeks.
net, C M, liilma, Bose, Kobin, Modoc ,
- Harris, to recover money. Demur
No 2 aud Gold Dollar Extension.
At the communion mid recogn.i
The Gol len Kula Consolidated '
A. G. Hovey, vs. E. M. Warren, to
service at the Methodist chart ' 7
Mining a I Milling Co flies amended terday forty three new
recover money. Dismissed. Settled.
1 b i
Bisbcp A Co., vs. A. A. Doane and
Yesterday Chief of Police Stiles «u» location notice of the following:' welcomed into tin < hurt sb. T..«w
E. B Doane, to recover money. I '•-lepboued for from the factory dis- Ibex, Bull.do, c I., Bumble Be«, 1 mtkes \'i~> new memliere* r*c«iv *4
Dbmiii»! as to Deft. E. B. Doane. ' t ict to go there and arrest a drunken Jack, Moloc No. 1, Gold Dollar, »iute the first of October. Tt»> revi as
Judgment fat : 101.16, interest at C .aan who was walking back and forth Cariboo,, ami Mill, all in Bohemia al meeting, are still in | -ogrt ■ w fcki
j ptr cent.
bortasing inter st. Me'tin
n the railroad irvetle across the mill district
Ben Curry files notice of location night this week exet it tbD , . n ix y r
Norton R. Giylcrd, vs Margaret pond, and was in danger of falling
I Underwood, ¡8. N. Hurst and----- into the wst-r. The chief brought < t Wild« ' and Washcnt claims, Bo evening. The son
servite C ¿ ÎB* ?
Hurst liis wife, damages. I. N. Har De fellow to the city jail, where he hernia di 'riot.
promptly at 7:30 o'clock. Tf. . ÇM-J»
Edd J« k.i files notice of location lie cordially invitti)
baugh ¡for pltf. Motion to quash . mained until be sobered up. The
ir d Sunshine claim*
service overruled. Motion to strike ame man was locked cp Sunday for ct Bnowflu'
1 .wing drunk, and released yesterday Bobeima di ... •-
David Murphy, ve 8. Dk Aller and tn rntng, but proceeded to “tank up*'
G. 8. Allen, to recover money. Ma 1 .-gain at once, lbs fellow did not
W H Canady vs LeBlue A Wade,
tico to strike overruled.
. g.vs any name.
fr. ia: or >crf-> u-.d.
Began This Fore-
SaveThè Bon Marche
.First Shipment oí
Hundreds of big Boxes of
Dry Goods, Ladies* Suits
and Stylish Shoes will be
hauled from the depot» Mon
day and Tuesday
; Brown, formerly Corneils Stevens and
I Geo. Frown, bsr busband, confirma-
• tian. Objection to eoufirmatioa sus
We have the best selection and largest
stock of Wall Paper we have ever can ied.
We have the Oil paper fot kitchens, also
.-everal Oriental patterne that are the
latest out. Out* selection of *£✓>
Remnants from last year’s
stock will be sold . . . .
Regardless of Cost
Its all Value—When you come for Groceries you get the best—ao
doubt about the. quality—Fresh Each Day—and the best each time
you buy. Every customer talks of what we can and will do for our
*b!“ fine Ita,i.an
1 runes prunes—extra choice
stock—worth 6cen»s ]>er lb. Q _
Our special price per lb. .
Firic A cboiee lot of white ti.-».
1 *JiS equally as good as the
imported Smyrna Figs, worth Q _
10c—al per pound ............
Trmc ^ur “’c
I vdS unequak-d for strength,
quality and flavor—on
special sale at per lb.........
A line of Gunjowder Tea, ««'d
ev rvwhere at ■ 0c : er lb
Choice English Breakfast lea.
worth t>Oc -special per lb
Uncolored Japan Tea ¡•••rib 4Cc
piderleg Tea, at per lb.
Cnffooc W here Mb you buy-
\_jV!lvvS ing your coffee? We
can save von 5c r>er lb. BestQC-,
40c Mocah acd Java, per lb Jdl
Mocah and Java blend .
Dur special blend Roast Coffee is
bknded with Siberian Java and
will equal any 20c coffee on ICp
the market—at per lb
Arbucklee’ Coffee, per pkg ( 4c
Naval Oranges i*»r <’,<» . . tOe
Choice Lemons per doz .
4 pkgs A. AH. Soda........... . 25c
2 dos. hardwood clothespin-'
Assorted cookies, at ;>er ib 15
Give ua an order fcr Groceries.
Coroer Willamette^ and 7th|Sts.
125 New Members.
A Drunk in M