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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1887)
fry AND COUNTY,
It It IKK UKVI'IO.
I, jj.hmI dentHt'T go " Dr N J I iiylor.
I .Hf'l boU'lll :'d "l'l l I'I'I'l-lllitll'H.
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L highest rfh I'ric '" u f'r wheat
J 11 Dunn.
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lit)' acres "" impure in
L ,t Winter's.
'line lino "f plinlif in all shadei,
Irades at F B Duun's.
i ami old I ath vvery ''ity in tlie week
Li- lloni' burlier b1h.
... ....polinilM . Wnltliaill WAtt'lo-H ftt
AVatts i'",n ,u ui,wl,m"-
want hardware at reasonable prices
It the t"rt) ' l'ritoliett & Fork tier.
J.Uiuitli pays tor heaver f J to JM ..0 per
, anil coon, 15 to .)() cts.
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C,rr ami "n-i. v- v.
Local Market Report.
Ki tiKNK, Sept, HI. 1837.
Iy 10 l-U wr llllHllt'I.
LrKK -'" CtHXTlll.
HII- 1U cm "
ox Sides I'"" miioiiIiIit ( to 8 els;
, K cts.
it"oei -wx i-'Cis per wish.
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Sept. 5, lHb'7.
. ArlLur Collier bus been engaged in
ving iiL'itr liere.
Johnson hiiiI Nelson ciunu to l'lor-
iSiiui'iliiv -"d tt'''ut ca!)u Sunday.
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eXprCl lO Blllll IIH xjiii no iilcn.....
Imrl tempt runce meeting was held in
luce lii-it Sunday, at the close of which
linger Hermann delivered an aoi.; nd
f. Stniitb, Priif. Collier.Mr. McCoruuck
siliers cumo don tliu Sinslaw lust week
liter upending n short time hero sturtt-d
tin) lieucU lownm uariiiii'r.
L Suiidiiy nmrtiing Hon. liiuyur lkr-
i ni'C(iiuiaiui'(l ny Heynrai neuni iiiou
iIiik place went out on the bar in tbe
steamer .Mink for the purpose of sound
. liar. The lowest depth they found
l.F IV'l.... J.... unit Murlv nraufill ..miiiiiiiii
Jl. n Iiri n l ui jmi'j ' r"r
i- beaeh at the cape. They ure sll en
4; tbetuselves immensely, strolling on
iai'liby uiooiilitjht, etc. While pin t of
were out on tuu wlks one eveuniL', me
itidilt'iily came up and surrounded them.
ks they were beginning V tluuK ttmt
time" hud come, the hiwe wave rolled
ami they made their escape.
aroworn man slowly wended hi way
iwnrd, pondering over the problem of
luce, uud wondering how he should sup-
is utaey ueeds. suddenly there appear
atiiic in the air above him and just out
I reach a vision of IT 8 "rointing
Shocked and startled, he lustinct-
passed his hand over his eyes aud tried
unst the phantom Irom nun. Again nno
but all without avail, he tried to rid
11 of its presence, but the "Pointing
S" tp" hung ever just bfyond his reuch
i nothing would induce the vision to de
U It liugered through the long evening
a!, and when at last his eyes closed iu
iber, he dreamed only of 5 '"the "Point
Uanil." Through the still watches of the
it was ever present, aud when his eyes
Jed iu the morniiis it was only to behold
l again the threatening, commanding
itmuof the ever-iiresenf'Poiiiting Hand"
.that hung like a menace and n bidding
hitn, always pointing in one direction
i!lorcd it, and found peace and rest. It
Jleason pointing the way to bargains now
ottered uy II. s. aimou.fi
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tfroin Eugene City, Or., nicely located
sidences, in lots from 5 acres to one
uuimreu umi seveniv acres oi iauu, . ,
lied acres to suit riiuclmsers. Iho
is the very best quality . all in cultiva-
6ve minutes walk from the city. Term
I reasonable: one-half down, balance ou
to 310 acres of land 5 miles north of Eu
Uty, Or., on county road. Convenient
lliool aud railroad, in ouautitv to suit
fUsers. from 80 to 100 acres. Plenty ot
P aud timber: the land is first-class and
oil cultivation. Address
or A. C. Bbown, Ageut
igeue City, Oregon.
ny to Loan bv Balfour. Guthciio &
a iaiproved real estate oa reasouable
Apply to E. J. SIcClanahau agent
t'lWNsvu.LK Clothing. I have just re
f-'l lurce and comnleto liue of llie cele
f-n lirowusville Woolen Aim cioiuing
Iu I nroDose to sell at nrices that will
I wmrictition. nemeniber my store is lo
P in the Hoffman House lllock. Call
"ituiine this line of goods.
H. S. Simon.
f Cbkiutors. All those owing the lute
"I "lthrow & Gerhard am hereby noti
'liat the same must be settled at once, or
fwoMits will he pluced iu the hands of
fiorney tor collection.
S. C. WiTllitow,
jnu-At Goods. -Besides having a full
"I jewelry Mr. J. (,) Watts has just re
d fr.uu the East a largo invoice of ppec
S t!"'."'les. cvr shailes and oilier opticirl
He also curries a ciinijilete slock ol
11 tiiiuiiiings. Oive him a call at hi"
iu Horn Taine's building
Hovi-n. Tin. NVw York Auction Hore
I removed M Ninth Street opposite Mar
W. SANoriat, propiii lor.
-AiKn.-Frnm the farm of 0. C. Siui-
l'OUt the 'J-.th nf Aivnst. 1SST, It
: brown inure, four' years old, sixteen
lhigh. I will pay five. dollars for her
very ut said farm. S. E. F.kniko.
f 'T roa Sale. A fine building l"t for
in a growing vortiou of town 'jUxKiO
Will b nold cheap for cash. Inquire
A. C: Woodcock for inrtioiibiii.
intfd. Agents to handle a article that
- At almost every hous-. Big pay.
: A.lJresa X. D. Jcnes, Sab m, Oroti.
ii. WaMiti.. Girl wanted to do teiier
'.work. In. pure nt Simon's store.
Cottage Grove Itemr J
PIIIOI'B l'M'l.U'OK It K.SI-ON r.fAf.
CoTTioE GlloVK, Sept. it. IbS7. 1
11 UliHiill liiislow of Kugriie WU iu town 1
Mrs. Sarah Cuehran returned f,,im r, ,
valiis last urn k.
Thi r- was a grat.d ball at tint Whipple
hall Friday evening. ,
Geo. McGowun and wife, fount r rtni.lt nth,
are visiting M fruuiU. i
A histi-r of Mrs. Uuu Harding' has Km 1
Voitlin the hittur of lute. !
K. W. Whihliln t ltinu. Iiiivm tin ir lif-w
brick store coinnlutKil. !
Sir. Oliver Yciitch and lliwl.ueiiulat'liiis '
man were married Sunday. j
Mr. John Aikiu and wife of S.deifi returned I
home one dav last week. I
Miss Nellie Moore of Goshen has lieeu j
visiting friends here this week. 1
Dr. Osbuin has moved into the C E Chris-1-
man house, near Thornton's Hotel. !
Haiti began to fall iu eumc.it lust Friday ;
and fell at intervals all day Saturday.
Quito a number of our projile have h ft for !
the different hop yards down the valley
Mi ssrs. J C Wallace. It M Veatch and I)
linker and wife were at It ostburg last week.
A Mra. Smith, sister of Mrs. Harry Thoinp-'
son, has been Milling the latter for several :
Mr. A Hogurd aud laniilv went ou a vi'.t to
relatives about Springfield Wednesday of hist
The bridgi! acioas the liver ut this plncn
is being renivernl, aii improvement much )
Mr, R. II. ILiletiiu died Thursday morn-,
ing, Sept. Mh, after a painful illness ut sev
eral weeks. 1
Mr. Wm. Neas returned homo from Cor-
v.dlis Thursday, where he has been at work j
111 11 brick yard.
Mr. Alfred Powell aud Miss Emma Taylor
were man led oil the "1st at the resideuce of
rry Taylor a taw aiiles above this plaer.
Mr. .Mcluu U uiiewood, wile ana son
aivi.iupanii'd their (laughter unit Mtt r,
Mis. t. Mcl ullough to (Jorvallii, her
home, Sunday the -111).
Mr. Lincoln Ha.luton had a severe attack
of billions colio Sitiirday night. Dr. S.-a;.
hrongli, of Cresswell, was sent for. Wh"ii
last heard from w is suuni belter.
Mr. John Hunch and wife of Slmkloii,
Cal., are visiting relatives at this place. Mrs.
Hunch is a sister of 0. H. and J. ('. Wallace
and .Mrs. Gen. Sears, of this place,
The dwelling house of W. W
it owned '
and a store building by the side of
by Mr. Troth, were Imrued to the ground .
thecvuiing of the nth; the family occupying (
it were away. The cause of the lire is un
known.. Most of ihu household goods were
Court met tit the court houso Wednesday
morning, Sept. 1, lrvw, at Ida 111. I'reseni
Judge Viashliuru, LomnilssiouerH Day and
Green, Sheriff Sloan und Clerk Waro.
The following proceedings were had:
Petition of Jos. Ferkius, et al., for chang
ing of county load; P.ichard'Jones, Eli Per
kins and J. A. Richardson appointed viewers
and C. M. Collier surveyor, to meet Sept. 211,
Iu tin? matter of changing voting place of
Lost valley precinct; voting place ordered
chanced from the ItattlesnaUe school house
to Lost valley school houso.
Henry Long appointed supervisor ot road
district No. and Henry Matthews of dis
trict No. L'li.
At this time the coort appointed judges
aud clerks of election in Jasper precinct as
follows: Judges, C. Sanders, M. Wallace and
C. E. Humphrey; Clerks, J. W. Keeuy and
J. F. Smith.
Petition for county mud from the mouth
of Wild Cut up the Sinslaw river; C. F. Fas
sett, E. A. Whitcaker and Louis Corneilus
appointed viewers and C. M. Collier survey
or to meet sept. 1.1, mi.
Iu the matter of the petition 01 nenry
Heck, et al. for county road; ordered that
said road be declared established.
Petition of Thomas Brown, et al, for coun
ty road: Geo. L. Gilfry, Henry S. Melton
and John M. Mors appointed viewers and C.
M. Collier surveyor, to meet Sept 17, lfii.
Iu the matter of the petition of Adam
Kichey, et nl, for county road; ordered estab
lished. In the matter of the petition of James
Greenwood, et nl, for county road; ordered
Mabel precinct ordered establised, to be
composed of that part of Lane county lying
north of a line one mile south of uorth line
of T. II!, S. and east of west line of range 1
west. Ordered that W. II. Adams bo ap
pointed Justice, of tho Peace, and that the
following judges and clerks of election lw ap
.minted: JuiIl'ps J. L. Stewart, A. J. Work
man nnd W. Adams; Clerks-T. A. Uigg
and J. B. Lewis.
"Tin Horn's" with tub Cirits. Papers
iu the Palouso country report that a number
of "tin-horn" gamblers with their usual out
fit of skin games me attendant upon Bar
rett's circus. We publish this that people
may be on their guard. There should be 110
chance peimitted fur even the unsophisticat
ed to be taken in. Our city olllcers should
quietly give notice that no games of chance
of any kind will be permitted, uud should
these attendants persist every man of them
should be promptly arrested.
Will Comi-ktk. The State Fair offers for
the best drilled militnry company, first pre
mium. JtuU: second, 52. Tim Eugene
military company have concluded to com
pete in the drill and will leave here to take
p.rt in the same next Thursday. We hi pa
the liov will "get tln re" and come home
laden wilh glory and lucre.
SAl KOFl.ins.-Mr. Geo. M. Miller, lust
Sal nr. hi v afternoon, sold t imniic aiviiou
elev. 11 lots in the town of Florence. Lane
onutv's seaport town. They brought an
average of $:(' "-r lot. Th purchasers will
douMo tieir money in the noxt Uu-lv
Die:.. iu Ivigeno Ciiy, Sejit. I. 1SN,
(ie.irgi i. infant daughter of Juuies K. end
Clara N.iland. aged 1 1 months. Theremuius
were bnrie l in the Masonie cemetery Tues
day mornius t V) o'el'.ck. Mr. Noland and
W.'fe hive the sympathy of our poopl in
ihi ir sud hifr'-iivcnient.
Et.n ran: Lioiir Co. We are informed
that lb" .-l.tirt- J'l 'Ut of llie Lleetric blllll v "
Iias ben si.ll is il
fnuu the Ftst and Willi
u,-v.ii -irnve lit re. wi cuuiDin"ia "n -'-
We it first of next week for the purpose of
c-1 liO'l House Rack. Mr. R. B. INy.s has
u'c'hed i,r,r., "i'.iugo" against Riddle's
ni. ..v.Hv " at Rosehnrg, for a te yard
1 -TTL . . . . II a.
f..r the smn of il&"0 a side, lue race
.1 I!...!iiiri tj-dav.
Tie opera '
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evenings of the
.'.1 and 211.
Moore, the woodaawyer.
Slate Fair begins Monday.
Ileiua scarce and far between
Ciiem one wrek from Mmnluv.
Sre smiiiiioNH in another column.
A new roof is bt iuv' put on Friendly' btore.
If you want a good meal go to Ditchburn's.
Only a fuw oata left standing iu the fttlds. :
v uiumou council metis next Monday even
iug. Hop checks printed at the GfAisn office
Moiith.y, Sept. l'.tth, is the Jewish New
Mr. Alex Mutthew's resideuce is akuit
I.'itrh'. ui 11 s restaurant
is doing a good
MeaU cooked to older lit
holt notice. '
I he point for the Electric Light Co.
Ut en received
Hop-picking has become geuerul now
among our growers.
Travel on the F.tigeue express, train is said
to be daily increasing.
If ymi tu t hungry give Jack a call at ihe
l.r.l 1 rout Kestauiaiit.
A illUXHI Jewish Temple will be ..reeled ;
i.i I'orlland this Full. '
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A number cf W arm Sj.ring Iu.iu.ns arrived ;
n .i', 1. 11 U ,.,li....l ...
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1 ue last issua .11 niiue tnusiraie.1 esi 1
'-""' u.unoer. ,
llr.ng around your job work to the G ram.
olhce if you waul it done neatly. - j
xr: .T-ii. o,' .111. , ,
1 .uiss 1.110 oiioin, wen tuown in re, lins i
, ritumul from a visit to Europe.
; P'"f. P.ork delivered lectures here Sept. 2,
I 3 and 4 lo good audiences ou prohibition.
I lr (ieoK Craw has the sole Weiicy for all
, .1.11.1, nuiie ceieiiraieu lansn nilicli I Igars.
(ill head of good stock and mutton sheep
for mil. Iiiiiiiim if Tin Siiktti.v
Orders left for woodsswiug at McCnruaek
lollier's will be promptly Ailed by Moore.
The Lane County Fair begius one week
from next Wednesday. Let everybody attend.
Stell rails for the Oregon Pacille are arriv
I 111;; at Yaipiinu and are being sent to the
Th P.ed Front Kestuuraut is the best place
111 hugeiie for it - ict meal, and yon can get
! it at all hours.
Ib'iiben P. Boise, Jr., who is well known
present city editor of tho Tacoina
Riuy .i ws.
Moore saws your wood twice ill two for
fifty cents per cord. Leave orders at
McCornuck .( Collier's.
Lambert & Henderson are the sol agents
for tho celebrated Superior stoves. Take
your wife and look at them.
The public scbfml will begin Monday
September Slltlt, 18S7, with the
teiii'lnM heretofore announced.
lion. II. P. Earhart has been elected S10
retarv and Manager of the Northwest Fire
and Mai in.) Insurance Company.
Dispatches from Sail Francisco would in
dicate that the boom is working northward.
It will be iu Oregon next Spiiug.
Mrs. Nina Larowe gave a reading at Ilhine
hart's theatre lust Monday eveniug. It was
highly praised by those present.
Major P.. II. Heudershott's entertainments
Dec Kth and KSth, will be given for the hen
t fit of the Woman's Relief corps, G. A. 11.
Miss Franc Odell will begin a term of pri
vute school ut the family residence, comer of
Sixth and High streets, next Monday morn
Mr. P. Bausch has commenced the erection
of a neat cottage on his lots on Seventh St.
Mr. John Zinnner is the contractor for the
In another column of the Guard will bj
found an advertisement of K. McNeel, wagon
nuik-r. He is located at Melsou's black
Persons desirous of really fine operations
in dentistry nro invited to callou Henderson,
dentist, wlin gives special attention to the
finest gold fillings.
Moore's Hair Invigorator may bo found
on sale at the following places: Osbnrn
Co's drug store, Wilkin's drug store, Horn's
barber shop. Call and get one. No lady 's
toilet complete without it. Sample free.
Having established connection with Cali
fornia agents I am now prepared to give my
patrons the benefit of the very best medium
for Belling real estate ever ottered there.
Geo. M. Miller.
By the latest methods in nso by Eastern
dentists high in tho profession, Henderson is
enabled to produce equally as desirable re
sults in tine gold fillings. Office same placo,
The next regular meeting of the Lane Co.
Pomona Grango will beheld Willi uranurrai
rio Grange No. 20, at Irving on the 3rd Sat
urday iu September. By order of L.C. P.G.
I. L. Simpson, Sec.
Starr .t Vnudelibnrg have received direct
fn m the n tviiifacturers iu St. Louis lh larg
est line of pressed goods ever received in the
town. Give them a call and take a look at
these goods. They also have a cr.r load of
the latest style and best make of stove.
Five car loads of apples have been shipped
from here to the Fruit Evaporator Co. at
Sulom this wetk. We understand the Com
pany bought the apples, taking the entire
orchard at 3D cents per WO lbs., doing their
own picking and delivering.
Friday night, Sept. 2d. some person tried
to break into the residence of Mr. Wm. Ben
slww. Mr. Wm. Walker, who was sleeping
therein, being awakened, went to the win
dow an I took a shot at the Heeing burglar,
but unfortunately, without effect.
The horse "Garfield" was recently matched
iu two races at Coos Bay. The first race
V LS u milo dash acainst "Nimbus," who
defeated him; the other was against "Sini
uiv Tildi n," mile heats, two best in three,
hi h he won, "Tilden" winning the first
heat en I '-Gai field" the other two.
Tins of thousands of peopl i veryhore
on the coast deal by In ill wilh Weinstoek
J.tit in, lxi -1 10 K St . Sucr.iiiiento, Cul., a
clear in lication that their goods and rices
are worth knowing about. The new Full
calulegie just issm d (free) tells all about
the new things in Dry Goods, Clothing,
Household hiipplim, etc., and is much the
fiuest book ever :.-.sne I iiy this linn. Send
for a copy by pintul curd, or otherwise, and
se whal 'California eiiterpris is doing.
lirotm-r Aincani, 01 tue douruai,
I t.ll'il lit fi I M illlll I1III1' imil WOT-IS, ftU llli
- - n
gr-e with him. for he wrote -quite an sr-
and therein rnaks the wonderful (In-
covery that "XX" in the Roman notation
j, i-ifc' upreMed in pluin everyday figures.
jj was not alwavs thus. The item was pluiu-
j- te-aded "Volume XX." and was not tl.
1 CIir t-teeincl brother hath it. any
, ih.n it .V'.'. but iust 20, 110
more and no
I- i.ot,.i.e it, m ia tmnrw-r ift notlliliL' to
Ik. ra'tieul rlr nroud
of. ( trcolalion is
.... .!. ,!w'rtisr mud and that is what
j i hart.
"I'uelo Torn' Cabin."
Several light ahowom this wetk.
Have you got your Wiuter'a wood in?
Woik on Uhiiii bait'B building is going for
Joliu Kubiiisoii's eiivin i- s'liuviii;' in t'uli
forma this snitou.
A inilide of g. ntli 111. 11 i-re here this wet k
buying mutton sim p.
A numh.'i of our ritit in will nKeud the
race at Kiwjhurg lo-duy.
I'he 1'nrllind Meelniiies' Fair optii Octn-
'"'r ,itl1 ""'I 'I05"'" "'c
I no second toive ot lull pie.
is for tbe
ciivus was iu town Thursday.
Si vera! lols of liopt huvti bcrn
w.K'k at 10 ci uts pel pound.
I The furniture store of Messrs. Day ,V
derson is lecetviiig a coat of paint.
Two Chiiiu'in 11 w. in lii'le.l by a blast
I the Siskijoii tunnel lat Wedtiesd iv.
I Three pa .seii ;i rs left fur FIoiiiiim by the
jSiusluw sla ;.' I.ii-t Thursday iihiiuitig.
j Mi'.aous hav" bu n laying bri. k Ibis wee';
ou Iho senna! sli.i v of the Wilson building.
Mr. Kolit.Liini' 1nn p liuted foeeial Sit uery
for "I ncle luiu s l.alim opera. It H im
mense. Marshal Day I111 had sev. ral le w clots
walks put iu mi the le.vn'ly .uiproiid
sin ols lliis we. k.
The mIiuoii run on llie l.owei rii.i'law rier
i continues li;;ht. The pliiv paid for stluiou
,s MU-V l'''",s ,',U'"'
The Harrisou sttvi t Portland public school
building was buried lust 'L'uesdiiv aftern i.'ii.
, almlt j,,- n.M
Dr. Siiellon has taken the si'lints oil'
i' f lt,.,. ..,.. 11 ;.
wiu H !. joint,
Sl,V),nl Ln,s,,; ,,. j., ,..,;; , ,., th
tru.k mt wil, ,,lk rt jn . ,
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t.ts at the eiuniug t'ountv fair.
We nml(,wfllI1,, l:ll n,,,- H.u'iva.l Company
iuleudii repl,i"ing Ihe old wooden culverts
with utoue ones at an early day.
s. v.-rnl very loud claps of tlumd-r hist
Wedneadar Inoinin- ubonl I :'l(l oVIoek.
awoke most of our sk-. ping citi.eus.
On account of holidays, my store will bo
closed on Monday, Sept. Ill, and Wednesday,
Sept. 2S. ' G. Bkttman."
A full attendance of mrinbeM of Spencer
Butte Lodge No. !', I. 0. O. F., oilueKt.-d
on 111 xt Tuesday evening. Work lo be done.
The County Agricultural Society bus re
duced Iho miry fee iu races from '.'; to lo
pur ceut., three at least to enter iu each race.
Tho latest dispatches would indicate that
Governor BurHett of California may din nl
any moment; perhaps before thn item is
Mayor Dunn is having the old wooden
building immediately north of his store taken
away to make room for a handsome fin k
The wheat market in San Franc! co shows
signs of improvement, but the price is still
ipiite low. Iu Portland there is practically
Veuison sella readily in Eugene. We
publish this for tho benefit of our mountain
friends who inoy kill more ih er than they
havs nsn for.
The following marriage licenses were is
sued this week; James M. Shittlb and Car
rie L. Scott, N. A. Ward and Martini M.
Woodruff, A. S. Powell and E. C. Taylor.
All you pcoplo take notice! Cottle & How
ard are selliug groceries and glassware cheap
er than anyone in Eugene. Don't fail tocall
on them at the City Grocery, und price their
The cirecs and County Fair will hrini; peo
ple to Eugene from a great distniien. If they
want to make money by o nuiug they should
call on Matlock and buy their Winter sup
plies. He defies competition.
Geo. Atkinson last. Saturday dniuk too
much lie r and started out to "tuko the
town." After a short time he landed in the
city jail. Thursday he was let out and de
parted for the I-owcr Siuslnw.
Dr Casper Sharpies took the third degree
in Musonrv lust Wednesday oveiiing. After
the work, his father gave a lino supper at
Iiobinsou's, which was partaken o( by tho
members of tho order with a relish.
Ayer's Ague Cure acts directly 011 tho livsr
and biliary apparatus, and drives out tho
malarial poison which induces liver com
plaints and billions disorders. Warrnuted
to cure, or money refunded. Try it.
The north bound California express train
did not reach here until 10 o'clock Thursday
morning, owing to the delays 011 the Califor
nia end. The Eugene local train ran that
day on the regular tram's time going north.
Matlock has just received from New York
the most complete lino of Winter dry goods,
boots nnd shoes and clothing over brought
to tho county seat of Lane county. He will
sell them at the lowest possible prices, as he
bought them for cash,
Architect Pugh, of Sal 'in, has commenced
tho preliminary drawings for tho proposed
new court house for Benton county. The
building will be of the Ionic style of archi
tecture, and wil! cost about $Vt,(H0. It will
be built of brick mid stone.
In another cdmim will be found tho law
card of Mr. C. M. Collier. II is located at
the court hor.se, in Ihe county surveyor's
office. Hon. L. 1 lily. 11 will continue th
practice of his proftssinii ut tho old office,
over the First National Bank.
Tho Evening Democrat has been sold to
tho Portland Times. Hereafter It will be
known ns the Daily Times-Democrat. Wo
wish the new proprietors much success. May
they build it r.p until it becomes one of the
leadinr; papers (it tho metropolis.
We know of no mode of treatment which
offers, to sufferers from chrome diseases, a
mon certain hopn of euro than tint which
is comprehended in tho use of Ayer's Sarss
p irilla. For purifying and invigorating tho
blood, this preparation is unequalled.
The Sportsmen's Club held a shooting
match for prizes Thnisday. For the best
l,ot a tol 1 meld hum a w.r I.-.I. which wa .
won by .Mr. J. f ). Watts; tho leather 1.1 -did,
fr the i.ooer.l shot w-i not ilecidnl. but
will b- at tin' le it me. ting of tin; ( bib.
Befi-re eidiug ahat ymi wil! buy fer vour
Fall dieis-.s, jacket, wraps and lilsiclp, ftlv
lirrmiN a e.-.ll and see his ri-nmikable Oihi
bitimt i.i those lines in endless variety of new
uud sfj lis'.i patterns nil bought at low pr ees
for 1 a-11. and will he sold on 111 logins only to
make liv.'iiy profits.
II w.. ststf'1 in S-ia Fra 1 is.'o Wednesday
t, v l'r.-sideiit Crocker of the Southern F.i-i-iii.'
tout the California A On gort railroad
would probably not I mining liuitis
through t Poitl'iuil ls'foro December 1.
Work is tod) fully under way in the l'.'otj. foot
tntiiiil north (if Coles iu r'isfciyoii enmity.
Call t the City Gi.evry and g't your win
ter supplies. Everything in the line of pro
visions, groceries, crockery and gl jpswaro.
Conntiy produce wani.-d iu exehiioi't for
As school feK-tjs up so. i), we would advise
all parent, who h.tve boys l go t' school
that I tin ill I. UK the laiv.-,! line ( f beys Snd
yoiin no us vhofd 'ii'. which h will sell
fro'.u (I a ai.it np. You i.i UiHvit if yon buy
bi fom lnokiii'4 over lilt si ivi., :u he has the
1- irgest in th' city; also hats and taps from
Congressman Dinger Hermann, of Ticse
burg gave this office n pleasant call lost Wed
nesday afternoon, ' He arrived hero from
the Lower Slualuw, Wednesday morning
wlu ra he had been on a tour of inspection.
He told us that Siusluw is undoubtedly tl 4
best uatiirul harlsir tvtwet 11 the Coluiiihii.
river and Coos Buy. He greatly praised the
muguitlccut river with its great depth uud
width. While at Florence he wout out on
the li.r 011 tho steamer Mink with a parly
mid helped sound the liar. He was greatly
surprised at the depth of tho water, finding
fifteeu f.et otlow tide which would give over
'11 fiot at high tide. This winter ho pro
poses t.i lalsir in Congress for the survey of
the bar, and lie is coiili.ti ut of being scccess
lul. Iu speaking of the salmon iuterest he
said the river this year would probably pro
duce !?Jr,0,OilO worth of this valuable foi d
supply. There aro now nearly filll) nun
eiuplojed iu the cuimeries on the river. He
said the timber aloug the Siusluw river is
of immense value, and that it exceeds the
timber resources of Coos Bay or the Coquillv
that the quality is equal and that it i t only
a question of a -hurt tinio when large mills
will be located ou the river, and the timber
sawed np and exoorted to the mar
kets of the world. Tl'o Mad between hero
and the head of tide, ho said, is the ImwI nat
ural road across the Coast Mountain to the
sen, ho had ever traveled, lie had passed
the summit some distance when ho inquired
how fur distant It was, and wits surprised to
barn that he had passed over it. A railroad
1 an I m built there at small cost, aud will come
in Ihe course of a few years. Mr. Hermann
h ft for lluseburg Wednesday evuniu ,'.
THE NEW BAPTIST CHURCH
The building eotninilteo of the Baptist
Church, after due consideration, rescinded
Iho resolution to erect the church bv days'
work, uud concluded to let the sumeby con
tract last Wednesday. Messrs, Davis .V
Alexander were tho lowest bidders for the
construction of tho building, slid will be
awarded the contract for the sum of $i,77'i,
This does not include the brick foundation,
which was let to F. F. Patterson for jvloO,
imr Iho luruishings, furuaco nor baptistry.
I'liu entire cost of the structure will be about
$t,tit);l. Tho church completed will be a
h.imbonn edifice; there will Ui four gables
and a corner tower 110 feet in height. The
mam congregation room will Is -P'viO feet,
with a ceiling 21 f.sit iu height; then there
will bo two small rooms l'ixlo feel each,
connected by folding doors Mr. Win. Vin
cent has benu appointed Vuperibtendeiit of
Apples wanted at the old Eugene pussen-
get depot. i ill pay troni .10 to Oil cts cusli
pur bushel for merchalilablo apples.
E. S. Bltl'llAKKII.
A. W. Patterson to H. 11." MoDoiuild, lot
iu Mulligan's addition; consideration, $"),
11. II. McDonald to II. li. Kincui.l, lot
in Mulligau's addiliou; con, $12d.
Ellsworth heirs by referee to Hidlio It,
McDouuld, city property; con, $5."i()l),
Ellsworth's addition to Eugene
List of Letters
Ilemuining uncalled for at the postofilce iu
Eiigono City, Oregon, Sept. !), Ints7:
Barnes, B L Harrow, Mrs A W
Morrill, li. C Mooru W A
Persons calling for tho above ill please
suv advertised, giving date.
F. W. OsiinitN. P. M.
Notice is hereby giveu that Lane's paint
and wall paper depot hits been removed to
Mutlock s frame building on Eighth Street,
opposito the new Slasoinu Teniplu. Every
body invited to can.
A AomiKNT. Last Saturday Mis. John,
an old lady u'oont 70 years old, who lives
about 11 miles west of Eiigono City, full from
a load of straw, while riding home from her
son-in-law's, Mr. Geo. A. Brown, a few miles
from her homo. She fell with such force
that ou of the bones in tho right arm' was
fractured just above the wrist joint and her
nip was naitiy bruised, nr. Sharpies was
called aid dressed the wound. At last no
counts the old ludy was getting along nicely.
Dikh. In Eugene City, Oregon, Sept. (I,
1H87, of malignant scarlet fever, Until May
Pickard, daughter of Mr. uud Mrs. A. J.
Pickard, aged H veurs, 4 mouths and 7 days.
The child was only ill wilh tho fever VI hours,
The funeral took.phtce Wednesday, when the
remains wero inturred in the MaHouio ceme
tery. Wousu. A letter from Mr. W. H. Delano,
dated at San Hafael, Cal., Sept. lilh, brings
tho hud news that he is growing woise. lie
says that he is just able to walk a few steps,
and is tinuhlo to dress himself, nnd if he
does not improve in the next woek ho will
start for Oregon.
Dikii. At his homo homo near Browns.
villo, Oregon, Sunday, Sept. ith, Joseph
liilyeu, aged unont z.l years. Deceased was
a brother of Hon. L. Bilytu, of this city,
and was unmarried. Mr. L. Bilvnti and fam
ily went below Monday to attend tho fun
Contract Let. Mr. C. Marx last Monday
lot the contract for bis new two-story build
ine lo Mr. S. O. Garrison, for tho sum of
tlfnO. It will be 11 handsome slructnre.
PohI'al TELKoutni.- Office hours 011 Sun
day from 8:110 to 10:00 a. 111., and from 1:1)0
to I'M ti. m. W
ei.! duys.all Inisluess hours
(i. F. (raw, hupt
1 EsroiioK It - We bclicvu tin-re is uii onl
nance on our city statutes requiring all boys
to bo at home at a curtain hour each evening,
' It should bo enforced by all means.
I . 7 "T 7T7" i, ...,,
I ' v" 1 .',,. 1 ' t,. w
M AintiKi). III Eugene
Kent, (it 1. bv N. J. Taylor. .1. 1'., Mr.
Taylor and Miss Martha Woodiull',
Dikii. At Cottag Grove, Oregon, Si pt.H,
1M7, Mr. R. H. llazlctoii. Thin passed
away another of Oregon's pioneers.
Nxr CoNrKi.t s.;. Eng. n
Si letted ' U the pl.K for til" 11
t'je M. L. Cuiifcreiu e.
City has been 1
t meeting of
j Fob Sale. Dr. L. F. K n : s h is three large
' goo.t woik horset for salf Cull 011 him anil
learn prices, etc.
; Wr;n. Butter, rs. i oluloes, bacon
' and ell otln r kiuds of produce ut the City
' Taxs Win:. is.i. Price gi.corita nt the
City Grocery b fore purclu-ii g i!bt re.
B,il;S.--lu Euoeue City, On-gi.U. Sept. C,
, iss7, t" Ihe wife of Frit W! 1, a u.
Mr. A, Klfiu visited Salem this week.
Mr, J, L, Tuit is spending a fsw days here
Attorney Woodcock wont to Portland Tues
day, P.obt Bull is ha Uy crippled up wilh rheu
malir.ni. Postmaster Yates of frvin ; was Iu town
, Mr-W. T. Campbell paid Albany a visit
('apt. YV. A. Cox, of Acme, mad Eugene
visit this week.
Hon. R, B. Hayes mude lloseburg a brief
President Johnson went to the Sods
Mr. John West c Wcstport visited Eu
gene last Tuesday.
Mr. A. G. Hovey paid tin metropolis
visit this Week.
Dr. Ceo. Diddle has returned to her borne
in Eastern Oregon.
Mr, Chus. U. Fcuton visited ill Eugene for
a fi w days this week.
Mr. Nod Humphrey has returned from
the Cpper McKeu.io.
Mr. S. It. Eukin, Sr., left ou a trip to lower
Sinslaw last Thursday.
The Nelsou-JohiiHon party returned from
tho Coast last Tuesday.
We are pleased to ee Mr. Frank Dunn
about our streets again.
Mrs. J. O. P.hinehart has returned home
from a visit to California.
Mr. ('has Baker returned Thursday from a
trip to the Foley Springs.
Mr. James Armstrong went to Albany yes
terday to spend a few days.
Mr. Lie Stiles of Hurrisburg was Iu town
a couple of days this week.
Judge U. S. Dean and family returned from
Yaquina Buy last Monday.
City Treasurer Cruin baa returned home
from the tipper MeKenzie.
Waller Edris has gone to Vancouver, W.T.,
(O alii nd school nt that placo.
The Wheeler party aro expected home
Irom the J.ower siusluw to-tlny.
Mr. James McClaren returned home from
a vi-.it to Portland last Thursday,
Mr. Andy Titus has gone to Prineville,
where ho will work iu a barber shop,
Postmaster Leo and Attorney Phillips of
Junction, were in town lust Saturday,
Dr. J. N. (lollra lias located in tho city of
Buffalo for the practice of his profession.
The Struub-MeCornack pnrty returuod
from the Lower Siusluw last WVluosday.
Mr. S. Jenkins has gone lo Missouri on a
visit to his old homo which hn left 41 years
Mr. ('has. Hayes and family will leave for
their home in Harney valley Saturday or Mon
Mrs. Prof. Coolidgo leaves this morning
on a visit l her old home in Des Moines,
Miss Thompson of Monroe has lteen visit
ing at Iho residence of Mr. Wm. Edris this
County Commissioners Green and Day
wcrv iu Eugene several days this week hold
The Liuki y-Hondricks party returned last
Saturday. They report having had a splen
Mr. G. M. Stroud, of Portland, deputy In
ternal Uoveiinu Collector, spent last Sunday
Messrs. Pliny Snodnass. Darwin Yorun,
Clil!' Cleaver h it for 11 trip to tho mountains
Mr. Sain Nelson and family leave this
morning on a three months' visit to. their old
homo iu Iowa.
Mr. Thos. G. lleudricks und family a! tend
ed the funeral of H. II. Hu.olton, at Cottugo
Mr. T. Smith, of Harrisbnrg, has been ap
lointod to a free scholarship in the State
..'nivcrsity from Linn counntj.
Messrs N. L. Roner, Brotherton and Fred.
Puttursoit went to lloseburg last Sunday to
work on tho now school house at that place.
Hon. Tom. Hendricks, of Eugene, is in
Suiilnrn, Vail (!. s window not exactly
Thomas but a lifo-llke crayon of liiui. Ore-
Wo aro serrv to learn that the old pioneor,
Garrett Ilogart, who is lying quite ill at his
farm east of hero, Is slowly but surely gel
Mr. E. K. Huiiderson returned from Crook
county last Monday. Ho will leave for that
section again iu a day or two to bo gone a
couple of weeks.
Mrs. Heurv Fry leaves this morning for
St. Louis, where she goes to attend the an
nual meeting of the National Women's Re
lief Corps, G. A. 11.
Mr. S. F. Cowan mid family leaves the first
of tho week for Southern California, where
they will spend the winter ami then go to
Arizona. Wo wish lliem prosperity nuu
health in their new homo.
Dr. Casper Sharpies will leave for Phila
delphia next Tuesday, where hn will fluish
bis course iu medicine at the Pennsylvania
Medical sCollego. Ho will complete the
course iu nhout six months.
Mr. Ed Whits, one of tho city fathers of
the growing town of Prinevilbi, has been vis
itinf here during the week. Wo are pleased
to b uru that Ed is prospering iu his ucw
home, as he is deserving of it,
SlilllonS RtJNAWAT AcWDKNT. A dispatch
from Albany of Sept. 7th, says: "Mrs. A.
Tvler, widow of Dr. J. A. Tyler, reeeutly de
ceased, was thrown from a buggy this even
ing, the accident being occasioned by the
horse becoming frightened, running ewsy
uud overturning lb" buggy, in which herself
snd dunghter worn seated. Mr. Tyler was
seriously but not fatally injured. The
daughter was unhurt.
- An Illustrated
Aloguo, coiiUiiiinj,' 11 full description of
Used, also of Woolen Yarns and tieir uses,
wilh vulm.hle infori.Mitioii to ladies.
Sent Free on Application.
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120 A 131 Keimy St. Sau Francisco, Cal.
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