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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
Saturday ;. December 8, mi
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The Cosur d'Alene Mini.'
Mr A P Parker of the Ni Perc Now., Lai
tb following to say about the new dii'h'fne: So
hru at present prospected the gnM belt
reaches from the hear) of the Kan Jine river to
' the North fork of Coeur d'Alune river. It is
100 miiee in length by 20 to 30 in width. The
toil, generally, u what it known among minors
t- I. t-t .1 f i Li f I
ae who gravei; out vnere is snm ui we rn'fiesi
' quartz, gold and silver, that Las ever been dis
covered onthe coast, Most of the mining so
far has been done on the creeks. There are
gulch diggings but. they have been very little
worked Generally there Is about 12 or 15 foet
between the surface and the bedrock. Two
' claims that have so tar been worked, are pay
ing from $8 to $10 a day to the man. M'iMt of
tie claims were taken up uuder the mineral
act and consist of about 20 acres each. Mr
Neal thinks there will be a sufficient number
of people in the mines change this, and 200
or 200 feet will th limit of each claim.
Eagle City Is the only camp so far of any
importance, It is at the junction of Eale and
Fritchard creeks, and at present consUUuf 25 or
SO log huts and shanties. There will no douht
be other canps spring up, as one point could
ot possibly supply such an extensive and
wealthy aooj) of country. Eagle City Is
reached by a trail -no wagon has evor yet
- found 1U way into the mountains. A road la
smw being built and will be completed bofore
8pring opens. All goods are packed iu on
tnules. Freight is eight and ten cents per
The whole oonntry Is thickly wooded, indoed
so much so as to be a source of great expense
In operating the mines. J.timber is very scarce,
notwithstanding the nhuudunce of timber. It
ootnmands f 125 per thousand feet. There are
no taw mills-all lumber is made by whip-saws,
of which there are an a'f of dozen, Houses
are oovereu wuu jbmis Hjoib iroiu ccuur, wiiil-ii
abound. These are worth f 2.50 and $3.00 per
The fullowiniJprlcet of articles of food were
furnished by Messrs Dremir & Co: Flour, V!0
per barrel; bacon, 40 and 50 cents per pound
v crackers, 50 cents per pouud; coffee, 75 cent;
per pound; rice, W cents per pound; tobacco,
f 1,25 per pou id; ott. 15 cents vr pound; cab
bage, 20 onts per poun 1; beans, 25 cents per
Mr Neal says the camp is very orderly; that
(hen did not come under his observation a sin
gle case of murder, notwithiUnding report
lie thinks there will be at least 12,000 people
( go into the camp in the Spring, He would ad
vise no one (o go now as time would be idled
way and nothing gained There will be plenty
of time to get a good bold by March or April
' Elided Spfnktr.
John O Carlisle, of Kentucky, was elected
8paker of the House of iicprueutntives,
poo the assembling of Congress, Monday,
December 3d, Mr Carlisle is one of the
' Ablest men in that body, and is hesttily in
sympathy with the producers of the ooun
try Wing opposed to the pernicious doctrine
f the present prohibitory tarilT, He is in
favor of a tarilf for levei uo only, which
meant only incidental protection. Jlis elec
.Sinn (. f... ........ ..I 4U IT
8., as they compelled thoir repreacutativi
In the Wast and South to elect him. We
congratulate the farmers on their llrstviutory
tloce th war.
Junction City Items.
Doo 5, 188.1.
Junction it soon to have another millinery
Air Hen DorrU nf tfiifrAiiA u-. in t..di'n
MissFannyGreggsis vlhitlng her father in
Itirn nn tli O-.tl, l.f tl, n !r W.
wi'..., ..... wv. ...pw, ... , nil. ... iu
We understand the Sabbath School of thk
plao will give a bnsket luncheon some time in
the near future.
Th remains of Mrs II Itundy lister of
Jaa aud Henry Hoffman who died near
Bprsgue, W T, was brought down Tuesday
ACKUKL Hoax. United States District
Attorney Watson is making inquiries with a
view of ascertaining who it wst that forged
bit name to a letter, aud played cruel hoax
on W N Grill'm of Lane county, MrOriilin,
who it an old man, was summoned to ap
pear as a witmui in a trial in the United
States Court concerning tome trospaaica on
government land. Through nuVing a train
he was nnalde to get here. Some one wrote
him a letter, signing Judgo Watson's name
to it, stating that he had boen lined S.1,000
for failing to appear, and that unless lie paid
It he would Lave to go to the ienitunliaiy
fee 8ve year, This letter cnuned Mr (Irilliu
and hit family great distroiM, and liit daugh
ter wrote a touching letter to Judge Wstson
aoDealinff for mere v. There is a oluu to the
perpetrator of th cruel forgery, aud the
Jndge proposes with the assistance of Towta!
Agent Ben Simpson to follow it up and hav
th scoundrel j.uninhed. Oregnnian,
President Arthur's message hai no espec
ial merit oOier thau its length. It is merely
elerk-lik resmiis of the report ot the dif
'. ferent cabinet officer, show in every part of
it th work of the ex collecting ot customs.
"That admirable document" leeoinnieiida
that th surplus revenue should b expended
oo ships of defence, whijh means that John
Roach want to build, torn old tub that
for any purpose, other thvi old iron, w ill
be cseless; th President deplore th j.'act
that th nation' debt it being so rapiJ'y
reduced and sugye-U that th people Us
freed from burdensome taxation by aboliih.
ing th sale on w hiskey, t cetera. From
President Arthur nothing tnach was ex
pected, and he ha disappointed nn one.
TheCcAEU has th largest circulation of
aay paper in Lane county.
N Job work xcut4 with dupatch at tb
For good dentistry go to Clark.
Bring your chicken to Bettman't,
Swift A Co. will pay tht highest market
, price for chickens',
Co to Swift 4 Co.' U'r fve.h Culifornii
candies, crackers, 4o.
Pacific Rubber Taint is the best; all alzed
cans at Lnckey and Bristnw.'
Tim largest xtock of carpet, oil cloth ami
matting just received at Friondly's.
Swift 4 Co.' goods ar all new and bought
for cash, and ara sold cheap for caili,
Hi 1-ts, furs, chickens and all kinds of pro
duce bought for cash at A Goldsmith's.
Swift A Co. tell ckitned ijoods, pot up thit
year, ss ahosp as cat be bought In town.
, Bring your butter to G. Ilettmau if you
want tlio highest yicoi also all kiuds of pro.
MrS II-Friendly will pay the highest
cash market price tor wheat, 'iiv nun a
call before telling your grain elsewhere.
Having lately burned circular descriptive of
Lane county of 15,000 copies, I can furnish
the same free to parties wishing to send them
koHt to frlenitn. ihey liimlnu more Intorma
tion, such as the immigrant wants, than you
could write in a letter of 20 pane. I am aUo
nrting with K. J. Haiglit & Co., of Port
and, Uregon, the most active, eneryetio and
thorouglily advertUed tirmi on the PuciKc
('oast. Parties having real cetnte to sll will
Hull it to their advant.'iire to place the same In
my lianiU, as I am constantly incrooitiug my
advcrtiseinents, aiiikjim fully determined that
Laue county shall have her share of tlis immi
gration bound westward
I.'ko. M. Miller.
Citizfns or Joxction! -Mr K M Mulhol
and has returned to Junction and oiwned his
store with a very fine stock of new drugs, (iive
him a call and examine Ins stock.
Tone up the sycn by the use of Aver s
Sardiiparilla. It will make- you fuel like a
new pcrmn. Thousand have found health
and relief from entering by the m! of thit
great blood purilier when all other meant
IF YOU WANT A CnEAP SHOT GUN
or Rifle, come to Junction City. The nn-
lei-signed can si ll you kuiis from live dollars
t two hundred, or to suit the hard times. Also
all kinds of
hUEI.I S, WAT1M,
Come to th shop near lower end of Junction
and see for yourselves.
Also a No 1 cheat) farm enuine and feed
B. F. HENDRICKS.
Iu the Circuit Court of the Statu of Ore
gon tor the County of I.anc.
Oregon Railway Company,
Laniucu. i in.
Action at Inw
land for right
Laura Mansfield, minor, by
J W Grimes, guardian,
To Laura Mansfield and J W Grimes, Deft's,
TN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
X Oregon you are hereby summoned to ap
pear iu saiil Court and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff". Hied therein on or beforo
the tlrst ilny o( the next torm of sum Ourt,
to begun and held at Eugene City, iu Lane
County, State of Oregon, on to-wit: th
21st day of April, 1SS4, pWintilTs will tako
judgment for want of an answer, for the re
lief prayed for in the complaint, namely; To
appropiiato tlio land den'rilind in complaint
for right of way. It was ordered ry the
Judgo at the November term of said (.Vurt,
188.'!, that service of this unmmm be mdu
nn the defendant, Lama Mantlirld, by iiuh
Mention in the Kugmie (a'Aiui, a newspaper
puhlisheU in taut uninty weekly, for six ooli
G. B. A. DoHnis,
' Pill's Attorney.
Iu the County Court of the State of Oregon,
lor the Uonnty ot Iaii.
In the matter of the ntto of Samuel II
Notr deceased Citation,
To Rebecca H Jackson and Pavid W Nossett
and all other interested iu said entate,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OltEiiON, you aro hereby cited and ro
quired to apiwar in the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for tlio comity of Lan
at tlio, Uourt room thereof at Eugene
t ity; in tho County of Lane on Momlay,
the 7th day of Janunry, 1884, at
10 o'clock iu the forenoon of that (lav, then
and there to show cause, if any there be, why
an order should not be mado by said Court
siithorznig the aide of tho following de
scribed real property, belonging to said
tile, to-wit: An undivided one-half interest
ill aad t the following decriheit premises
to-wit: Commencing ut S K corner of See
2.1, T 10 S, 2 W, thence running as folloxtt;
n 15.70 ohs to line oi A Aliens donation
land clnl'i, W 6..13 ohs to E line of Wm
Allen's donation land claim, 8 to S E comer
of said claim, U est 25 85 ehs, N 45 degree:
V t P. line of N W of S W tea 23, S to
S h corner of N W J of 8 V J seo 2.1, w
20 (HI chs, 9 to N line of W S llarlay dona
turn land claim, K to N E corner of said
claim, t 25,72 chs, K to 8 W corner ;.f N E
of N K I. sec 2ii, N 2(UK) chs, and thence
b 20 (X) cits to plac of iKviniung, ooutain
ing 127 acren more or less, exifiitii.g one
acre deeded to School District No 42, in
Laue louiity, Oregon.
It lsavid W Nossott anl all unknown
heirs be served by publication for 4 weeks iu
the Lngene ( ity I-uahu
Wituese, th Hon J' C'Ciu'rcii,
Judge of th County Court of
th Stat of Oregon, for the
SEAL County of Lane, with th Seal
of asid Court alhxnd, thit SUth
day of Nov. A 0. 1SS.1
Attest; Jokl Wars, Clerk.
Geo. S. Wasum'Kxs,
Att'y fr Administrator.
XfOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
XI 1) M Kindon aoi Klin Ann, Humphrey,
executors ui th will and Utof AL1Iuuho-
rey, deceased, have filed statement atid their
final account in the I'ounty Court of Lane
County, thv'nn, aiul Monday, the 7th day of
January ISM, ban breu set btoirtof th
Lourt, tlatnt Aov J ism, lot bn oi vt
jectiona aud tatteuvnt tliemif.
1. M. Kinix'K,
To-iu Ami Hi uriiniT.
Money to Loan,
Ou easy terms, oh aptwed aec'i'iri'.y. Insur-
nee aiienea oi an sinus oi property, ra th
beat of eompaul t.
In th bJlldLag fcnaerly occuplod by Ilovey k
HuiiiLbrcy. . Cuah. Lauku.
Not Loot. It was all a mlstak about my
goods being thrown overboard, but the fact
t, I have mor good than I h.v? -"?r 'C".
and I Invite your attentioi t J tl. Jnrgott
and most desirable stock of gjoJi ctji
brought to Eugcue. Goods ara choap See
ing is believing. Come and i".
,. F. B. Vvhh.
E. B. Luckey & Co
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils,
Brushes, Etc., Etc.
We . will keep a full assortment
and sell at living figures
In hands of a competent druggist.
To Luckey Bristow at the old Ellsworth Store.
Passbooks, butcher books, memo
randums, ledgers, day books, etc.,
of all kinds. Orders taken for
special sizes. '
rchool and Miscellanoous Book.
All the stdnd.U'il authors ly tho voIvwivj .find is s-U Juvenile
books, Soivdtda nu l Waverly Library, Harpers
Bible Depository For Lane County.:
We hav.j been Rotting a lare slock of new goods and wo have
trverything fuutid m a fiiMt-chw Book htorj.
We also have a fall slock of
GROCERIES AND fROHISIOilSl
McCORNACK a COLLIER.
Suai-Hson to CALLISON.
For sale cheaper than ever offered
before in this market.
Tlioso wishing to purclraae will do vrcll ta call upon me before making tlwir
To n.r lino of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, and GEN
TLliMEN'S CLOTHING, I call your Hpfcial attention.
I exprct to rotin from the mercantile lu.oine.s, and my goods must be sold
within the next 90 days.
Hoping to Bopply all vour wants, I solicit an early call.
T. G. IIENDKICKS.
ALL I AS K!
Lsthatyoa do yoursnlf justice by huying good.s wlu're you c.n g. X llu in thr
1 intend to strictly adhere to VERY LOW PRICES iu everything I offer
for sale, and iu
DRESS & FilMOY GQQB&
Boots' and Si) a Furnishing Goods,
There is no douU or question lot I shall sell them rery moch owvr than the
same codi have ever een offered in this market
lifFlease to call and price tU goods and you will we that I am ia earned
Smith, and Cox
-GENERAL DEALERS tN
We intend keeping a full line of
first-class Farming Implements,con
sisting of .
D. M. OSBORNE Si CO.'S 0ELEDRATED TWINE BINDERS, RXAP
ERS AND MOWERS;
MINNESOTA CHIEF THRESHERS;
JOHN DODD'S OLD RELIABLE, HOLLINGSWORTH'S, REINDI1J
AND RED BIRD llAY RAKES;
THE KETCH UM WAGON
MITCHELL'S WAGONS, CARRIAGES AND BtfGGlES, ETC.,lra
It is our intention of staying here
and we guarantee all goods sold to
give entire satisfaction.
Prices as liberal as any house in
Warerooms on Willamette Street Opposite tht
A DESERVING APPLAUSE
From the Inhabitants of Eugene City and&ur
NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS.
Are Now Open for Your Inspection.
14 yards Bleached Muxlin only f 1.00
20 yards Cnlirfl ouly 1.00
12 ysnls Sliiitlng oid 01.01
J yards Flannel Hhirtin,,' mily $1.03
10 yards Lhifii Toweling only S1.0)
U via Inw els, U cw.
14x10 Hoary Whito Bl nkrts nnlr IJ.Ct
jDiullde-widtli Trtlde Linen 20 vts r y4
rent Hose only 13 cts
jl'5 cent lUiidUsraliiefs only 13 ct
Heavy lied spiviuls only 75 cts
Linf n Nnkvus per J doi 75 cts.
Wo quote prires on n iexv ai tides only
Our assoi tniPiit Gmipvising many Thousandn.
We cflny ft largu stock
of Silki nnd Satins. All colon ifl
1 American Di ess (roods.
Our stock of Cloaks and Wrappers is the largest Sooth (
Portland, at bedrock Prices.
Men and Doyn Clothing $2 50 per miit anrl upwril, Boot . nd . ShN it
Faliulous low Prices.
A WOllD TO TIIK PEOPLE OF OREGON.
Prrlmps we n ey 1 aMe to induce you to ahnmlon tlio old Wten ptlii tt
' CREDIT AND DISASTER
And hereafter travel the road where the Sign Uoard ia marked,
11 X ST01I -l
All our patrons get Wealthy.. Come and see a.
AVIXG OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP 0 th iTJtl
west ot LTain liros ., l am now prepared to tarnish everything in that lin at tb
Are employed, and I will nJevor to give satisfaction to all whim' fatxr
me with a call.
A. S. CUimiEv
Useful in the Family.
V nsnally Iras H to doctor to recom
mend medicines, hut Parker' Ginger Tonic
has been a snefnl in oar family in relivioa
sicknM ami suffering that w cannot say
io nuica m ru praise. saiem Argoa.
To all ho an suffering from tne error and
indiscretions ef Touth, SMsnrona weakness, nariy
decay, nmrt manhood, 4c., I will eend a recti
tVt wUi enr yo, i'KEE OF CHARGE.
This irreat remedy was dUcorered by a mis
nonary in South America. Send a self-ad-dr-sd
rarelop to th Rst. JoenaT.IxaaX,
tatio D. Nsw Yi skCity.
Taxpayers pleas tak aotio that tb tax
ro'l (or l(t83, for Lao Coensty, Orvfev b aew
in my band (o eollertin. Frtxspt MtUs
aient ar requested.
J. K. CAMPBELL,,
fckenff f nU Tx t Elector, Lane Co., Or.
. Dvted October 2, 188X
Som beautiful iuwn lot nicaly lo
or sal cbapv Call early and get a bargtaav
Gss. If. Mruas,
- Trfal Estate AfMtV
Th )iikhet cask prra paUt wkssst Vf
F B Don.