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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
Ctn. Tullle'i Record.
NATURES WILDEST WHIM.
Tl. i.(,rtriuiiin H H llnrrett liit onti.
KATUKUAY .SIT'TEMUKR 10, !Hh7. t(lt willj n,,,, ,)p u II the remarkable
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1111 IIIU flll'l AWUIKJJH 11 MUl H. UIIUIII) JIM
embarked In the biiwau phenomena busi
ness. IIir latest ncijuisitiou in me latter line
is the famous dug faced Un Hsiuii buy, "Jo
Jo," who has Ion;; bi on a protege of the Czar
nmt the n ii,'uin (u-iiHittion of Europe. At
the timo (if "Jo Jo's" nrrival in New York
tho iVnrlil spoko of liim as follows: j
I'Uyfar the grenteiit curiosity that lias
ever been brought to these shores arrived
yesterday mi tin) steamer City of ChicucjO
from Liverpool. Thin wonderful plieuomc
noui, which Iiiih puzzled (lie most learned
medical heads in Kurope, was broni'ht to
In tint records of (lie War Depai tmcnt at
Washington in this ullicial report mi Tattle,
the Iowa patriot, who founded tha custom
of insulting tho 1'nsidilit. The document
ill question in a report of inspection of tlio
post of Natchez, Minn., where General
Tuttlo was in coininitnil in April and May,
INfil, whicli wan iiiiidu by .Major General N.
.1. T. Lhiun, fpceial inspector, July 2(1, IHCI.
In the course nt tii in report General l'aiift
His nut to b-i concealed that the frequent bis eountry for exhibition in the greut H,
change of commanders and the neglect of one
of them, t leant (llrij,'adier Genaral Tattle,
lately reargued), whose attention in represent
rd to have been vnu'roexed liy efforts fur person
al ail., has operated tu effect a d structinn of
discipline and order in tlio command, wlihh
ha resulted in all the evil and abuses chium
(iient on relaxation and on men following
the example of unworthy olfioer. I have men
tion'd lirlgadier General 'l'iittle-he ban re
i(iifd -and an bin administration here occur
red prior to the organization of tlis military
division of Wist Mississippi, I have nut
thought proper to take testimony in to Ida cmi
unci, but It ha iM'en otlered to inn hern ; the
whole community i filled with oien talk of
Ida Imvinif eniirhed himself by colluxiuii with
an aifent of the 'I'reaainy Department and by
ii)lltiiht liinirenamire in olljim. 1 am iufoimed
by (ieiieral llraymana, Aaaintant Ailjutioit
(en'ral, that ('aptain Lnrenxo '1'huiii.n, Jr ,
I'injt United HUtea Artiibiry, can produce at
leaat two witlieaaea reaiiiiu here who will
make aflidavit to have paid Tattle many tlnnia.
anda of dollara; and if it were thought deaira.
bin to ntill I'liraiie the iim atiatinn, cudi'iiee
can undoubtedly be bad here in abundance, if
not nf the payment of liire auuia to peranna in
hia coutidence for the ndeaae, at diirereut
time, of peraoiia anil property held under ar
rent by bun under frivolous ireteuaea or by an
arbitrary exercixe of will.
In my inveatiL'ationa nt the ulfniia of the
TroviHt Marahal I iliaiovereil that between
the Mb of April and the L'Oth of May, I'riu'a
dier General Tilttle, by bia orderaaud reci'ipta
drew from Lieutenant J. Il.l arker, hia lnral
I'rnvoat .Marahal alHiut all the funda he l;nl
j"i.:KKI ami aaid he owed it for ancret aerviee.
('ol. Karrar, Ida auciwanr, uaeil in a like per
lou on IV rl.M. I Ii latter iinuerHCoiHi irn n
(ionemlTuttle that S'.HHI waa to be paiil by
him to a man carryiuu' deanatehea from here
to MujorOeii'l llaiika at Alexandria, but it wm
auleUently diaroverrd that the money Waa not
iianl, lor the man ilemanileil it, (ami alt
ha left here) in Hemrdani'e with hia prniniie. It
la believed that Tattle curried thia money with
1 1 i i it and haa not rendered an account of it to
I mention thean tuattera in order that, if it
la thiniidit advbablH to puraiie the iuvealia
tin of Tutttle'a alfaira now that he haa left
the aurvice, proper mcaxiirea may lie taken ae
cretly to aend a anihtble H.raon hi re and else
where to collect evidence for the case. I cmi
feaa in y want of expeilence and aptitude fur
thet kiml of work. The eaee ahoiild lie pri.
puri-d with care by an pxiierieured liractitiutier.
The Treaaury Acnt J (art, with whom he ia
aaid to have been In collusion, has. been ar-
reated by inilitaiy authority, and he coiifeaaed
and coliflded to Juilu Jtaruet, Ida aucccattiir,
and tootliera hia counettioii with Tut tie and
the extent of the wlmlliiii; operationa in
whicli he reauU they were jointly climaxed.
"Tlio 'paupor labor of Kuropo' cry ia
iiu(,'iiih)o, except that, in trntli, our war
tantf taxeM favor 'pauper labor' tit Die ex
ponao oi Aincrii'iui lanor. iih proilucta are
not fenced oul by our tarill' law. They
come in iieciuiao we oiiraeiveK (lealroy our
own eaay power of aucceHaful competition
eveu in our lioinn market, liy tun II' taxea
on ruw niuteriuU we fence in our own aur-
plua proiluctH, inakini; thcin cost too much
to vumiieto ut borne, and, nf eourmi, too
much to compete iibroml, with maiiufai
inrea inini uumxeii raw luatenalN. In Alex-
ico, Central and and South America wo can,
of coume, luako no In tier headway against
Kuropean competilioii than at lioinn."- Pan-
A virtuoiiH writer in the Ore,'oniaii on tho
editorial liauc, iiivi Mra. t'lev( land inarrii c
an old rake just becauao ho was I'lesid.-nt of
the I'liitml St ilea. A man who would at
tribute mtck nil net to It noud wonuiu would
blacken bia own motlicr'a cbaincter for fiaiu,
Tim "critter," who ace lit to maku audi an
nan ol himaclf Hbouhl never bavo appeared
ou thia tcrreatial apberu in tlio hhapo of a
human Mug, Ho haa the instineu of a
brute and ehould liavo been born one Kast
While CoiumiaHioiicr lllack lias greatly
accelerated Ciu ImsiiieHa of tlie Pcnaiou Of
fice he baa purHiicd peusiou franda and pro
tected tho 'Ireaaury Hi;ainsl them belter than
t'ver before. Tho Washington 1'ost j;irea
una aa I no roconl lnmlw liy him :
No. criminal proaecutiona beijun. . . .'. .
No. caae returned (no indictment). . .
.No. of conviction
No. of aeipiltiala
No. of caaea pending
llariier'i Weekly ia ribt, wo believe,
wlwm it Have, that no friend of reform regrets
voliiiK for Mr. Cleveland. We do not know
one. There are no regret on that account.
W ehould bo (-lad to hvo the cauao of civil
acrviee reform advance more rapidly, but
we did not expect it. All that we expected
ol thia administration waa an honest cxeeu.
tion of the Kpocitio civil aervice law. We
have had that, and a little inoro. Uoston
Tholown Deinocrata havo shown their
faith by their works in imimimtinK Mr.Thoiu
aa Jctb raon Ainleraou, of Knoxville, Marion
oouiity, for covernor, Major Audcraon was
one of the most beroio and devoted I'niou
wddiera acta out by that atate. Ilia oppo.
nent, (ioveruor l.arrabee, found the post of
tumor to lie a bauk picai.h y, while Ander-
u waa at the front.
II. liarrctt ('onaoli.lutcd Kbowa, by A Kua-
aian ua!ned Nicholas Foratur, of Kt. Pctera
burt, who, together with bia yoiin and
pretty wife, baa Ik-cii appointed by the Uuh
siau (iovcriiliieiit jiiariliau of the youii' man
who cidla him 'Ciiclc'
"Jo-Jo ia Hourly live feet hih. 11c i well
built, like mi ordinary bealiby boy, and
weighs ubout n hundred aiid'tbiity pounds.
The ainyiilarity attached to him ia that bia
face, could no other portion of hia body lie
Hcun, would be taken for a thoroughbred
akyo terrier, because of the hirsute append
n(,'ea ' The ueck, ahould-
era, and body downward, aa well Aa the
limbs, an; covered with a line, white hair,
about two inches loii', while a atrip about
two inches wide idon tbo length of tlivapiiio
ia three inchea or more in length and of a
It in anfo to May that "Jo-Jo" will bo the
cynosure of innumerable pairs of eyes on the
occasion of bia forthcoming visit here with
Manager liarrctt, Monday, Sept. 111. No
extra charge i i made to see "Jo-Jo."
Coast Fork Items.
September Cth, 18i7.
The si in ml of the tbrosher is u thing of
licv. Jacob Warner who lias been quits ill
ia able to iio around aaiu.
A kooiI rain l'riday and Saturday bus
cleared tho atmosphere otice more,
Mr. liaubiniin has crossed the Mts. to
tho Shoo String valley on a threshinc, tour.
Hoys, next time, bo aura tlio bride aid
Urnoiu are there and do not disturb the
peaceful slumbers of Aunt It u hael mid Uncle
Jno't P and Shniinali S- are around try
ill,! to ciwil.o iiiuwiiiK for the l oinin aea-
aim. Iliey liotb contcniplato biking a Moi re
At the residenco of the bride 'a parelita,
S lay, Sept. Itli, Alfred S. Powell and
I-.mma Taylor were united in the holy bonds
of matrimony. Llder Sweeney ufliciatiu",
I heir many friends and rclathe wish them
u happy and prosperous journey through
Mr. II. . laylor and uranddaiibter.
.Aliss Lucy tiaroutte, returned from Portland
Saturday niedit, where they had been attoud
iiij Conference. Mr and Yor.
LANE COUNTY FAIR.
To Whom it may Concern.
Thia ia to certify that Joseph Goldstone
has no connection whatever with the firm of
W. Bandera, and never had. He ia just em
ployed aa a clerk. W, Handera ia the sole
proprietor and pays all debt owing by the
aaid firm of W. Sanders, and also W. San
ders ia not responsible for any debta that
may be contracted by J. Goldstoiia
Fon Sai.k. A few nice building lots, on
easy tcrina. Price from $."i)to $1(K). Apply
to Da. T. W. Siiklto.n.
Fob Sal. 135 acrea'of farming land, 1
mile from EuCene City. Price 3U per acre.
Applv at the office of lr. T. W. Sbclton, in
ho Matlock buildiiiK.
C. M. COLLIEU,
OFi'K'E: At Court House, County Sur
veyor a room.
i ins in n sii
Fob Salk. A
good as new, at
lot of moo hhow-cascs, aa
E. 11. LmjKKY. & Co 'a.
Way Down. Simon will Hell you u funcy
percale shirt, two collars and a pair of cults
all for 75 cents. Now ia your time to buy.
Wantku. 500 men, women and children
to feed at the new Red Front Kestauraiit ou
Willamette street. Good, wholesome meals
only 25 cents. Meals cooked to order at
At Melsoii'a ltlacksiiiith shop. Wagons
and cnrriaL'ea lepaiied and painted on short
Z?fT lVHSVMhc TlTlllS.
Wiikat Saukk.S. II. Friendly by Thurs
day's freight tiaiu received direct H7,000
wheat sacks. Cull mid sec him if you need
Kaiimkms Takk Xotick. Aiiood dimiiT can
had at B tker's Hotel for 'l- cents.
If you want work doiio iu tho barber
come to the
15 DENT SHOP.
Opposite the Gl'Aiii) office.
i m.iKe a sjt!ci;tity ootn tor (juality ot roods and prices to
suit the times. Country orders solicited. Lilieral discount
lor ens i aeeoiiii'Min iie' orders. Orders promptl- attended to
Mil by mail or tele'rajili. Nat i(:tclioii iisi ran teed
All airancmciils for the Fifth Annual Fair
of tho I.ane County Agricultural Society,
which win no iieiu in I'.llgciie I. liy Mept. Jlst,
jijind, 2:ird and 'Jlth, have been completed.
The Fair of this year promises to be tho beat
1. I 1 !.. t l . ,
ever in iii in i.uue county, noui as to tlio ex
hibit of line stock and tho display in the pa
vilion. Tbo Opera House, which covers OOx
Kill leet, haa been engaged for the pavilion.
Tbo racing will take plaou on the finest half,
mile truck iu tho slalo near the city.
The 0. .t C. It. K. hava consented to sell
tickets over (hi ir line from all points to Eu
gene and return during dates of the Fair for
half faro. Articles for exhibition will be
charged tarill freight rates mid returned frco.
ror further particulars and premium list
address J, 1!, Cami'Iim.i., Sec'y, Eugene City.
Caui-oiu Minis A Urownsvillo cor
respondent writes: At a meeting held Lore
last Thursday nijjht a cood sum was raised to
cut n trail to tbo new mines at the bead of
the ( alapooia, and yostenmy afternoon' a
I'ompnny of lifteen men. with tin) necessary
tools, pack animals, etc., started for the
lumen, ami there is every indication of a Hood
tiuii beinu "lielied and ii boomiiiL' cam r beiiiu
found on tho dividing country between the
bead of tho liluo and Calapoiiia rivers, us it
baa been known for the nast tnentv.flvu venru
that gold existed in Hint section.
The opinion prevnila in New York that
Henry illurd will aoon lake hia old place
at the bead of the Northern Pacific, O. 1,
N. Co., and Oregon Transcontinental. We
hope that audi will lie tbo case. Henry
Villard ia a railroad loan the people of the
Northwest think much of for bia ineri'v and
O. & C. R. R. Hems.
The railroad work has urocressnd ,w fur
northward now as John Walker's Held u
than n milo from Ashland.
Some two months will probably be required
to coniiilcte tunnel 11 the PJOO-foot tunnel.
Evcrvthiiuj is nrO'Tessina aatiKfacturilv ll,
but the rock at tbo south side is very hard.
Only about '.'.III feet ol rock reinaiu now be-
iween mo headings of tbo long tunnel at the!
summit of tlio Siskiyous. The drills at
either side can be heard at the other aide.
About three weeks more of work will finish
AiM-oiviMKSTs.-The M. E. church confer
ence, ludd at Portland, amonu nth era iiiii.l
the following appointments: Presiding elder,
Eugene district, S. P. Wilson; Pastor, Eu
gene, M. C. Wire; Springfield, Israel Kich.
ardson; l.owcll.tn be supplied; Jacksonville
J. W. Miller; Grants Pass, J. S. McCain',
Corvallia, J. T. Wolfe; Forest Grove, A. C.
Kairchild; East Portland, I. H. Driver, ftey'
"ire, the new appointee for the Eugene
idinreh luu been Hlatioued nt Salem for the
past three years and ia said to be a scholarly
H m. -: - . M Al
: -h rC :irr i , CO 0
Call and see me. J. B. REAM.
Corner Willmuetti) and Seventh .Streets, Kuyi'iio City, Or.
Our storn liuilding Hold, and us wn shall liavo tn tiiovn into
ib'ti rniinecl to closo out our f-utire slock R-
st selection of yooils suitablo fur Holiday pres-
in the near future, wo havo
OA 11 H LESS OF COST.
Wo have in .stock thn fim
outs to bo found in the City.
Diamonds, Gold watches, Gold
chains, Silver Plated Ware,
Jewelry, Notions and
Albums Scrap tSooks, Autograph Alburns,
Christmas and New Years Cards,
And an t'lidlcss variety of nico goods Call nnd so?.
No Trouble to Miow (ools.
Out of l;i;i routitici
Tesaa.the iMxibiliitiouists carrl
fourbyl.tiTj majority, wbil.
carriwl ltl'.l cuuntica by SI
The cost of Soloniou'a temple waa so great
that we (ear the contractors Miioughud some
of the money. , recent estiumte gives these
stncRering figures, in which we think millions
arc incorrectly represented as billions:
The talents of Kold, siler and brass used
in (he construction of the temple amounted
to ;U.:i'.e.l,lp..V.OO. The jewels are reckoned
to have cceedod that amount, but let them
be estimated as eipial to it. The vessels of
silver couseeialed to the uses of the temple
were e.ii , (o i;(i,:-.0,(HMl, tho vessel of
gold, fi.TXISI.Iil.-i; the silk vestmeuts of
the priests. $."i(i,(M'(l; the purple vestments of
the singers, St.lNiO.taM; Huillliels, $HKt,0");
other luusi.-al iiistrunieiits. S'.'ihi.INKI. Ten
Ibonsjuid in. a were . m.vge.l in hewing tim.
bcron l.ibaiu.ii; Til.tamwere btar. rs of hur
ileiis. '.Mi.'.l.HI no n were ov rseei-s. al! of whom
which haw reooiled in .7. . " V," .J'. :
. . ' "ii'ini I'll llll III 7.1.1 id'.l hN.i I-.....I ....I
1 only twenty. I uu,..,. ..,: i ... i ..... , .
,. ., w. ri.i.i t in-r OIIV. hi.
the "antis ' :isV I hi. ,1... ...... ... .i ... , : ' , .'
, 11 -'"in. .iii.i iiuiix-r in
(be rough, JlJ.T.'l'i.lS.l.tHKI.
I'jil.MLii'.iM ui' mi'. A.uvini.ir..i lir.I'UHLIC !
Amazing and Rapturous revelations in tho Scalm of Entertain '
Two Magnilleeid, l'aiiltleKa Exhibition, i:.I or SlUXfj at
Eugene City, in;, t, 19,
Mutt 1'iiiitirelr thn Only Ttuleil Hhow that wilt ) tm .Srrlim, thj, Sem
" -B ARRETTTS-
New United Monster Shows!
3 I'l.VO CIIi(!US-HUf!K THKATIIK STACK- KXOIiMfU'S .MKu:pnT .
.Sit! ItAC'IXU CARNIVAL-WOKLD'S MUSEUM -AND Jojo U-
$i,000,()00 Invested in the Public's Vtkdittion -
Actual Daily Eymu
A Cimiiie Carved Head-Kranied iii Fleecy, Sbimm. lini; Ibiir Iu him reality outstriuU b
HgKeratioii, and dumbfounded science jironounivs him tiie most wonderful atd im-xiHo
ble-mystery of Life! Not an Insipid idiot, but n briijlit, alert, vivaeimis beiiu;!-Yaoia
ly chance to see Jo Jo - I'y command of tho Czar he returns tu Russia at an curly day.
-AN UNPARALLELED RED-LETTER CIRCUS FESTIVAL !
200 Illustr'us Champions. 80 Dazzling Acts:
Astonding Display of Acrobatic, Ciymnic and Eiiiei.trian Anintnicnta in 3 fsrpamte Sti-
iiinys. ncoten ntmetea, Jius.ian hkatoflal Aiti.ts, Aialnau Jld.ies, Japanese Jlarvei.
and a Cigantic Vaudeville Combination in Thiilliug iiimI l''aciiibting reiforiiiatii-esontl-(irnnd
lierival of Ancient
LASSIC OLYMPIAN GAMS, BROADSWORD COMBAT ON HOflSEBM,
Stirring Hctures of Life in tlie "Wild Wei!
Times the Most Stupendous Menagerie
EVER GATHERED AND EXHIBITED UNDER TENTS.
Greatest, (Grandest, Most Famous and Rest Traine I Herd of Eleph mts on American
Including "liismarck and "Juno,' the Idlest Wedded Couple Extant, and the t'ld-uMi,
All Overshadowing Central Figures of their Race "Doc" and "lien l'.utb r," ll'iHioki
Precocious EleihantiHe Clowns, and the only Baby Elephant ou the Continent.
tVPEEULESS, POETIC, HUMPTOCS, SPWTAC ULAll ST KMT PAUM
Appearing mi the Public ThoMiiglifarea at 10 every Morning.
1 o the Entire t" t Children under
Comliined Snows, nine years of age,
iy0 EXTRA CHARfiE TO SEE JO-JO..
Reserved cushioned Opera Chairs, with back and foot rests, at the usual slight aJvan
Two exhibitions daily-Doors open at 1 and 7 P. M. IVrloriu.iuces begins an hour
Cheap round trip excursions on All Railroads -See Station Agents for Particulars.
Albany, Sept. loth-
-Salem, Sept. 20th.
Four splendid "New White" Nickel-plated
Sewing Machines All Complete.
I nin ollVring those nmulnuos nt coat, not having tho timo or room to deal in
tliein imy long.-r. This in a line opportunity to ppcuih ohh of those moat popu
lar, boat furnished., nml uortuiiily thn most ilosirnluV of nil Sewing Machines.
1 lao oiler tho following bargains:
Forty Ladies' Xew Market Cloaks fori less than Cost
Twenty-fire Cents fine Orcreoats, (this season's pur
chase,) for Si less than Cost.
Those aro all new, desirablo goods, and will pay H0 p,T cont. on the invest
ment even if oiui hail to lav them away until m-xt Winter.
I have a number nf nt'her bargains to oiler and to which 1 will ,.a altoR
n frnm time to time
Has just received direct from New
York and Chicago, the largest
and best stock of
mil AND WINTER GOI
Ever brought to Eugene.
THIS IS NO IDLE BOAST,
Prank McDerinott. the new ittii...iiO....
O theolhVtMif Cuiied States iimp.vtor of
lioilers lor the distrn t of tho Willa in tie. has
received bis counuission, t.tk.-n the o.itii of
tunc, ami is now .miy iiihU,, m tt
made vacant by the resinaiion ol Mr
Ibirper a Ww kly nlludin,. ( the r, !,.
el flan incident nays: "The result of the
A whole eontrov! ray is incrva.Hl poptdar cm.
fldenc and M;rd for the prcsideut and a
livelier general contempt for d. tim.MVti- "
' ekiiolvtli! tbi,
C. Ireland s new paper, the Aston
It is full of Ues and will aiuwed,
Ireland knows no amu word as faii.
The liiiaiH-ul t'broiiicl tim ll,e ,u,,,.
latum of the l int.d Mal.- nt t l.IUS a,s;
J here are a great many folks Ibis year
following is the .b-scriptiouot a spurious
n t furiiislird by chief i mVer Urooks, of the
rVdersl siv et seniini of the treasury at
Washington: "A note purixnlii.g to Ui a ?i
kiIt. r ei run. ate in out in the northwest, print
ed (r un a wood cut aud U arinj; no res.m
Idamv to any k'.'Veriilneiit issue of nih.r pr
t litl -utes, It has a spread c.n;le ou the ribt
eud f.n ol note and two Indians on , ft rnd
one staiidmn, the other kneeling. It has a
'iure c,rvcu hack, with the word 'silver' in
while capital in c uur of Isuk. Its work,
nisi, -hip i, so v, ry cm le no K-rs.ni ahon i
U. dtv. i -,( into ncccntiii it s il,i.... ...
lvalue ' '
I'lit call mill priie them. Kemcmln r the
I'.rick. corner Willamette ami Kis;hth St., Kul"
luce: Tlie Ni w
e Citv. Oreoon
v fin:- mr
For Sa le by a 1 1 Fist - ( "lass
COSTS NO MORE THANlNFERIOR MAltffiS.
J'ili"-'"' Si:es 0f Waist and 'x, Therein Insuring to
For Sale by all Principal Dealers on the Pacific Cok