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titTY AND COUNTY.
A New Scheme.
a-ohin the bast week uearly every uiali
111 Enttne City bun received a circuku
i.iotnre company in Shu Francisco.
Lkiuf receiver W ud bin photograph
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the nrm lor i'uiuiKruiui. i i"i'""'i
it an extract froni ibe circuur that show,
tim firm ii fraud f overly-gt ueruus
j-II ton win - f" , , v
'member of jour family, we will niuke you
Mlfe-aW crayon H'rii""i iuhik"
fool consideration imposed od too will U
1 .1... .n t-Thibit it to your friends as i saiu-
Ji. nf onr work, and thereby assist u iu w.
taring eoni orders. Also that you promis
,0 gt.i i( framed io suitable frame fur a Uut
?Mrt.rait, but of eourse you will not allow a
K m liii.il Mmlllid lilifi-iitnt.il ulm
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'kider tbia a 'scheme an it la liol. but uu 1 i
J.llmlwaT of pluolug a specimen o( oui
j work io your viciuily. A guarantee of the
freturn of photo is assured, so have uu fearol
'ioaiu' This oDdr ' K000 mr biteen days
'This "will b 'Kfluiulu portrait' wurtb U5,
l in Hue an can be made. il is a take. Atlei
lh photograph is stmt another circular let
Iter will b received stating tbat tbe portrait
ii uearly finished, and tnat all tbey ask ti
tbit you buy on oi ireireirganii, rj irsraes.
fbst will cpKt you from $7 tu $15, and is nix
times what tbe same article la worm in i
'furniture store. Tbe portrait ia a cheap af
j.iraud tbe whole business ia a swindle.
l'bii acbema baa been worked hi tbe East fur
tear sud we wouia aaviee an readers oi tbe
Gitabd bd all otuer people to put sucn lak
;iDg propositions into tbe stovs.
Remarks About Salmon.
Fiah eommiasioner E. P. Thompson tell
'ilia Telegram that tbe commissioners would1
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? take COSrgw UI iu iikkbuih unn urij uu
SNoTember Int. There are between 4,(HJO,0(iO
"and 5,000,000 egg at tbe batchery now, and
thing' are going along awinmiingiy, but tbe
ah won't be ready to turn out for a month
or ail weeks yet.
Tbe strike among tbe salmon fishermen
along tbe coast has delayed the arrungeuienta
itntered into oy in nsu commisHiooers iur
fatooking Oregon waters with McLeod river
jHaloiou, so tbat nothing can be done tbia
I Mr. Thompson ia of tbt opinion that al
! tnon when batched stay in tbe rivers for from
- ligbteen months to two yean before goiug to
. lb sea, and weigh from two to three pouuila
j when tbey Brat taste salt water. He ia fur
tbfnnore of the opiniuu, backed by careful
t'olmorvation, tbat tbe taluion of each river al
ways return to the tame stream, aud do nut
I enter new water. As an example, the fish
of Smith's river in northern California are
KTeatly inferior in size and quality to tbe
Cbetco nib, a stream oi soutberu urt-guu.
and yet the two streams empty into the oi-euu
trithin seven miles of each other.
On. 10, 1K88.
Let ns hear from our old fiiend "Fete"
Mr. Al. Keeney will start for Tucoma dur
ing the present week.
Mr. Thos. Mulholland viaitwl friends here
the first of the week.
Mr. Lucien Parker corumeuced another
term of school iu our district on the btb.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keeney contemplate a
tiiit m Tiuwma. W. T.. in tbe near future.
I Mrs. Winnie Davis has been viaitiug with
,T friends at Pleasant Hill during tbe past and
? present weeks. '
kit. J. M. Berk-litre has been having a
itegeof chills the last week or fo, but in
.betut st present.
I Mr. Ira Wilkina and fMtiilv. who have
been rraidiug on the Heuulug place, have
1 moved into one of A. J. Eeeuey'a rvsiduueea.
It seems about time our young men were
re-organizing their debating society, as some
important debates(?) might be indulged in
before the presidential election.
Mr. Oainey Matthews and family have re
turned to their homtTLe.tr Mayevilte, accom
panied by Mr. M's brother, Bert, who will
remain in that section a short time.
We are pleased to note that Mr. Chas.
MoKenney and family are to reside in our
midst lie baa rented the farm recently
parchased by Mrs. Elk Henning ofilex
A Chance for the Girls.
Tbt following appears in an Oregon City
A man aced SC. living in a wilderness
back from tbe lower Willamette, of good par
entage, temperate from boyhood, sell discip
lined, industrious and steady but of moder
ate means, would like to correspond with a
medium sized, middle aged wouiau inclined
to brunette, having an ear for music, foud of
childreu, and inspired to make tbe world
batter by influencing tbe minds of the young,
accustomed to a remote country life, a studi
ous reader, acquainted with bygieuic cook
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS,
via Vnmiina tn Ann FrAlieiRCn.
Of l...l . . I nn.1 nrnot 1 u 111 tllA.
v. wuvai, vai". uup, nun nwu l '
pared to take Marine Insurance on all cereala,
aopt, wool or any consignments oi gooos io
nd from 8an Francisco. For further par
ticulars address Ala Hibbu,
Agent California Ins. Co., Yaqu.ua, Ur.
Pleasant Hill Items.
Oct. 9, 188
Bnrn Sent V HM In tha wi f of Hetirv
Mitchell, a SOU.
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uciuoer , lOOO, rv, ageti oawiuur,
19 days, daughter of John and Zora West,
oieep tittle oue yon are at rest.
Notice is hereby piven that the Lane
County Board of Equalization met ta at the
Court Honse in Eugene City, Or., on the
15th day of October, 18S8. When any ine
qoalitiee or mistakes in the present as- as
lent now being completed will be adjusted.
Chas. Hurra an, Aaseaaur.
Farm for Rent.
A gnnd (frairi farm of 100 acre, two an I nn
lf miles from Junction, for rent Inquire of
or address K J McC'lanahan, Eugene City, Or.
Acoidint One day the first of the week
whils Mr. Muncell was climbing over a fence
in Noti Valley, eighteen miles wt of En--ne.
hi gun wa accidentally ditchargeJ,
n diacbaige taking out the middle finger of
bis right Land causing a painful wuuud.
Ha had placed hia gun over tbe fence, and
pepping on one of the boards to climli over,
u broke, andcangbt the lock of the gun di
charging it with tbe result above stated. He
me to town and Dr. Sharpies dre-sed the
Foi BtTrt oa 8ax.-A furnished hotel in
ugne, fur rent or sale. Inquire for par
kcnlars at this office.
Wajrrio I want 5.000 pounds dried
pluraa tad bigheat p-ioe paid at Bettmau's.
School book, .t CollicY
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Hevernl hbowera this wuk.
Hops re coming iu (1,;iie lively.
1 be wood aw. ui kej t btliy cutting wood,
I.adith dre-ia l-.hi.1s n tn. i ii.lt v ,.. pri 1
Tbe uls-t-rvutory l.tiilding ia rroeressiii"
finely. 1 h
PreM.leutul elpctimi throj Weeks f'om next
Several Califurnia lii,.,......Lr .,r...l
N. II. I.ytle is Ihu nresmt owner of
race mare rappnuse.
lake your nr due Io tin, Vn.-itm TV
and get ihe best pricca.
Hi ndorsou, Dentist.
The brick uork on the Puiven-itv id;
afory in mIi.hu tiiii-t.e.l.
Hot iu. I cohl ,.,ll,s everv day iu the wck '
at Jerry Horn's b.irlvr hbo'p.
A fine liln of silk nlnabea ill nil kIiilIpm
and yr.nles at F. Ii. Duuu's.
Mr. Isil.'lc ZutUWilll. of Irvin,, Iina lllll
b islit 1- of coe d seed lor Hide.
All Lin.ij ,.i i -i r"iuii. conimeuceu mis weea wun an al
All Kllms oi loo and commercial urmtinej ; . .. , .
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w... wiling uv nit-juaul uiuce.
Teas, rolj'evs aud choice crocerits ehei
for cin.li nt JI wueiuj .t Haiiiiis.
Mr. Ski Met k won the sliootintr match
liml week, lie broke t'O out of a possible.
Dr. McAllister will sue Albanv for S12 Soil
for damages cntised by falling into nn open
Tbe Railroad Company intend buildinu a
new stock yard here at once. It is badly
City taxes are delinnnent and the lisd
ibout $Hm is in the bauds of Marshal Duv
The ton of Blue F.iver ore which was ship
ped to Sun Francisco for reduction has ar-'
rived at its destination
The first coat of nhisler bos been put on tho
iuside walls of the McClaren buildina nnd
tbe buy windows nnd cornice completed.
OnU ami bailey at Inchest market rates
taken iu exebnuge lor lumber; ailow.d mar
ket price at the Springfield saw null.
Mr. W. F. NofTsiucer. of Pom. rov. has 1
been renominated for trnweenii,,,. ,.ti.,r..,.v
oi Asoton and (.tarncld counties, W. T.
Mr. P. K. Witters will tike his fino stock
cattle to Portlaud for ethiliition at tho Fm
Sioek show whitOi holds all of nexi week.
Univer-ity books, pulilio school stioiilics.
ink, blank books; the very latest piper-,
novels, mac izincs and reviuivs at I'oliiei'a
President Clevelanl sineil the Scott
nese Kxclusion biil. Kenjamui Harrison vot
ed fourteen times in favor of Chinese iimniKia
Hon. 1 ake your choice.
Goldsmith, tbe uroicr, lias inst received
from tbe East one of the lrt;i st asKimimi nta
of lsnips ever bruugbt to Eugene. He will
sell tin in nt puces that defy competition.
The Eocene tlourintf mill is running
to its full capacity to supply the demand
for flour. It runs ni"ht and duv, but still
h is bard work to keep even with orders.
Uev. E P Henderson will preach nt tin-
Presbytt riau ( hurt b Suud.iv morning nnd
evening, the pastor, Ki v. McKinlcy, being
absent iu iittendnlict- upon the Fre hvteti tU
synod at aali m
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, By using only the best materials to bo had.
auouBYiiiK nan years m aciuai expeneuc-
under the tiest instnii-tion, rnr.Mes lleuder- ,
son, Dentist, to obtain the uuest results
knowu iu Dciitisti Y.
In l.vt week's issue (if this paner a notit'e of
a farm to rent was inserted bv Mr. Mcl'lana-
hsn. The farm has been rented. A immlier
of application were made. If you have any
thing to fell advertise it It pins.
C. W. Fulton, Republican candidate for
presidential t lector, spoke nt the Court
House I hursdny evening to a Very small au
dience, the free- concert being too creat an
attraction for C. W. F. to withstand.
Tho Ochoco It -view savs that n lo id of ap
ples from tho Willamette valley found riady
sale there at SI .75 per bushel. Here they
can be bought for 23 cents n bushel. Our
Prmeville frit lids need a railroad.
'Old King Colo was a jolly old soul, "so
are those who buy their spring suits of East
laud ,t Wilsou. Their prices are the lowest;
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their goods nre best. Iu ft cheap or high ;
priced suit they can accommodate you.
The campaign text book of the Democratic I
persuasion etui be purchased from F. W. ,
Osburn for lid cents. It is n hooH of d-m 1 and Murrn-tta cloth dress Roods in the foliiw
pagiis, and is unanswerable iu its nrgn-jng shades: Goblin Blue, Morning Ill.ue,
meuts for tariff reform. Secure a copy and j Myitle, Hinerai, Harron, 'l'aon, Cressc 'U,
investigate ihe subject. ulso Dlacks which th Indies ere invited ; to
St. John ask the question, "Are you for ! call nnd txamino nt H. H. Frieudly's.
the saloon or the home. The answer given
is "you net your lite. Hut when you nre
asked where you can Rit the best goods and
prices on tea, cotl'i e, groceries. On sale at
the Pacitlo Ten Co., Cor Uth and Oak streets.
The Charter Oak is the best stove manu
factured. It is the pride of every house
hold, ilessis. Starr and Vandeiiburg have
recently received from tho manufactory nt
St. Louis a car load nf them which they nre
offering at very low prices. Call and exam
ine t hem.
Having pcrfectisl arn-ngeuipnts with par
ties in Portland. I am b!o ndw to find pur
chasers 'or lands, more readily tbau
heretofoie. If yon have land for sale, im
proved or unimproved, you cannot do bet
ter tbau to entrust your business with us
Terms r.-ason-ible. Your patronage solicited.
n r iiok is. !
Typlcid fevi r is raging in S ilt Lik" C'tv.
It comes from foul water or niuic. M-
(leiitiles for year- have complained that tlie
Mormon municipal authorities collecii-i city
taxes, neglected sanitary in asures, mid gave
no satisfactory acconnts of rect-ip's nnd ex
penditures. There may be a connection be- j
tween these tilings.
' An immenst block of Vranite from Gold !
Hill, Southern Oregon, weighing shout fonr
ions, was taken Eat Portland a week ngo.
It is intended to form the base of the m tnu
ment of Senator Nesmiih A stone mason is
at woik dressing ihe Ido' k and preparing it
for shipment to Derry, Polk coiintv. where
the reiiiuiiM of Sei.ator Nesmith are interred.
A mm n no -1 M 'L tT-ity has su-d the city
of T icoma for Jo.l'iiH dam iges. McL iff. r.
ty feli throng'u n opening iu the -ilcwtlk
mm. time ago nn 1 w is l idly inj ir-d The
cilv v. ill eerv lik- ly have to pay lh'nxndsnf
doilirs for whit a f'W d-.llars wul'l h iv-prevent-
d It is a nf- pi m f r a city t )
keep her sidewalks, str -ets and bridges al
ways in a safe c ndition. Portland Tele
gram. The npordtf of Philomath bare been h"ld-
ing campme-tihg at tbe camp grounds near
that ph.ee, and the camper- have Wi n Using
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water from a spring on the grounds, One
day last wt ett while J. L. Aiken's children
Were playing alsiut the spring they fi-bed a
bottle containing strychnine out ot the
spring. How the bottle csiiirOicr is a mys
tery, whether it whs st-ci ii iiiany oroppeu in.
or Whether some scounorei ui iir-iuii.iv pm
it there. Th p.-i'ple "f Philomath are soma-
what arronaed HSont the matter and have
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raised a reward of II' 0 for the arret and .
conviction of tbe guilty pa
J V,'ood haulers are quite busy.
j iVv" TrMcrifipt
' Thsnka to Mrs, J. U. Uray for some fine
I .Tm Huddleaton sold hit hops for twenty
c'",, lwr '"d.
Lndi y, yon can gi t a gmd cornet at Bett
liiau K for 33 cents.
Kid ax mniy Eugene people attending the
Mechanic's Faira iihi uI.
r.eud the (icakd supplement. It contains
lorn I nnd general matter.
No hones in Eugene to rent. Twenty
dwellings could le reuted at good figures,
i Moscow. IdiihnTer.. had a $70,000 fire
the first of tbe week. Origin, iuoendiary.
j Prof. J M. C.irrisnn i siving a courae of
' writing leaiim in the public school house.
In dreaa r.viiIh the ladies say tbat Bett
j UMti keej a the latest and finest In town.
Mr. E. Hnherahatn of Portland, a Govern
; meiit engineer, p-iid Euirrne a visit this week.
v ' . or "el!l"? J""' A.
Tbe First National B-tnk presents a st'to
, nient of its business in the Guard this
Tbe State University Law Department, at
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leMiiimce in io.
The novelty store h just received a large
assortniont of school Tablets aud "sella 'em
cheap, too." Call see them.
It 1ms been decide 1 by Messrs. Hovey and
McClaren to put down pntcut stoue side
walks around their buildings.
Don't fortfet thnt if yon need a ladies' or
Misses' jicket, or Newmarket, latest and
cheapest, Bcttmuu's is the place.
Kransse & Klein warrant all boots and
shoes, nnd will sew up nil ripa on boots and
shoes bought st their store f rt of cost.
Wood, stove lengths 73 cents per load.
Good stock on bund. You ram get a load
whenever you come, nt the Springfield saw
The next Coinmanderr nf the KnMits Temp
lars of Oregon will be held in EiiKene City
commencing the Fourth Tueaday in October,
The Lane County Circuit Court docket for
tbe November term will be very light. A
good omen for our citizens barnug the law
yers. "00,'"".,1 ncn k,m". '"clnding
er. blessmger ,V Log. make, tvery
pair wiuiiinted at way down pricea at Bett-
Hnrdy ttr Bond expect to put ft ''twenty
live c nt" counter in their novo'tv More.
Come early and get sonic of the rari-Wgnitis
that will be found there.
I There nre a few men's suits (pout, vest and
. p ints) left at Bettmsn's for i5, n.u outfit
g ioii t nniiKii lor any nmn to wesr,
anil fr.it rmw hi.fuVM tliuu in-n nit uttl.l
We will pa $1 for the largest potato left
at our office in tbe Matlock block, any time
be fort' Dee 1st, W'HKrr.En Is. Cooli'mik,
Law ahstiucts of title uml real estate.
The New High Arm Vertical Feed Davis
Sewing Machine will do a greater vnrfety
au 1 ring" of work thin any oimr micbii.ie.
Prices reasonable. For sain nt Collier's
E. M Warren started ncross tho Cwcades
for Prineille taking a load of dried
fred fruit. A number of people from that
section have beeu here this Fall for fruit aud
One of the Warm Spring Indian nnliremen
saw an Indian purloin n piir of hoot from
s,des store, lis gave ,-ha-e and cau,ht
. le cll liri. mt al OWtfl ..im . an 1)n navlmr
fr tila ,0I1, .
Jos. Corey, who visited in Enginp several
weeka this summer, had his room in Port
kind hotel entned by a thief one night last
week and was robbed of $15 in coin, hia
watch nnd a ring.
Students for your fine dress Mid school
shoes go to K irusse ,fc Kleiu's, th they can
give you a better shoe and at btn-s money
than uny store in Eugeue. Cult aud ace th
d tlereul styles.
Jas. McFnrland is again in the clutched of
the law for giving whiskey to Indiana. Dep
uty Marshal Cochran took him to Portland
Friday. He will probably serve- another
term in tbe penitentiary, ns he is an old of
A free concert oonunny held .forth in
the street st the Titus Mock WeiliiiviU'.y and
Thursday evenings tn large audiences. 'I'll -
K-.v.-.u wn. uioittisiiv Km,.,.
qvy sU electric belts, a.p and a liglitning
calculator. There ar8 six persons in thu com-
Just received n full liue of Henrietta Li line
Oct. 9, 1S8S.
Weather quite unsettled.
Hop picking a thing of the past.
School opened Monday with Mr. Eug ena
Bond as teacher.
We sr" sorry t see so many of our P iigh
bank friends leaving ns, but uch is fate .
Th" young grass is springing up wo oder
fully by tbe aid of our recent refre ihing
Mr Thomas Edwards is going to mo ve to
Eugene to enable Miss Emma to atte od the
Mr. 3. Witters is making arrangeme nts to
move on his place down below Eug ene in
lh llog irt district we believe.
The ruin hss not nnlv twen a hf.r tofit in
th growing grass but has aiibd a gre at deal
in allaying tbe malaria so prevalent .a few
Mr. St. Johns is going away. W hi will
fill bis place we are mi ibln to say;. Imt if
nior.il persuasion could have its sway, Mr.
St. Johns would be induced to stay.
Political Speakinc. ,
E. R. Skipwirth, Democratic candidate
f ir Presidential Elector, will speak as fol
lows: Drain. Tucsdav, Oct. 1C.
Eugene City, Wednesday, Oct. 17.
Brownsville, Thursday, Oct. 18
H ds. y. FrnlhV. Oct. VJ
Spiking to commence hL 7i!! o'clock of
e-icb (-veiling. '
The following are the ismhs in the .Supreme
C'o'ltt, for the Octolier Utm, appealed Iroio
M:ilinU I'arria, apncllBt, vi. I. N. Hem
Miv Iav!, re-ix-tDilent, va. 8. P. Sladden.
' fc- 'n, app-IInnt,
vs. Itotfney Scott,
The t ity tax is uow in my hands for col
lection. All delinquent taxes and street as-
. . n.n.l L. ... . h.mul..i .1. I ii
.---!. p..,., ,.,iiuc.iti. hit, mm j
nst ail on or before Noy. I, kn they
will be collected by due process (if law. La
prompt ami save co-Is. U J. Dat,
City Mr.u.1 and Ii A Collector.
Mr. J. M. Shelley ia In town.
Geo. Craw baa gone to the Foley Springs
Geo. Croner baa a pet boll under bis right
C. R. Feuton made Eugene a visit this
Miss Minnie Scott ia very ill with typhoid
Gen. A. Peoble, of Salem waa in Eugene
H. C. Humphrey went to the Moohauiu's
Mr. aud Mrs JacoG Couser attended the
Mecbsuic'a Fair this week.
Mr. J. Jsskulek, a Riwebnrg jeweler, was iu
town a couple of days this we.
Jack Ditchlmru went to Portland the first
of the week. He expects to locale there.
Mrt J. M. McCollum, of the J unci ion Cit
Pilut, alteuded court ut lloseburg this week.
James and Henry HurTman and wiiea re
turned from a visit to Eastern Oregou Thurs
day. Geo. Mi Kon has gone to Eastern Oregou
on business connected with bis patent bar
Hon. Geo. B. Dorria spent a couple of
days iu l(oeburg this week attending circuit
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Sladden started Sun
day on a visit to different poiuts iu Culilor-
Messrs. McClnng, Church aud Horn have
returned from their trip ncross tl-e moun
tains. Judge Bean is at Rosebtug attending tbe
regutur term of the Douglas county circuit
During the atwnoe of Mr. Roney. John
Ziniiucr baa been foreman of tbe carpeutera on
the Hovey block.
Mis. T. G. Hendricks aud Mra. J. L.
Luckey went to Portland Wednesday nioruiug
to attend tbe Fair.
Messrs. Wm. W. Moure aud M. S. Karkel
went lo Portland Tuesday morning lo atteud
tbe Mi cLauio's Fair.
Mr. L. P. McCarty, proprietor of the Sau
Francisco Annual Statistician, was iu towu
last Wednesday selling bis work.
Mrs. J. II. D. Henderson nnd son J. L.
Henderson expect to leave Tuesday for Oak
laud, Cub, where they will spend the winter.
Mr. Alva P. Churchill went to Corvallis
Thursday morning to attend the wedding id
Mr. Jos. Greeiiberg of Sau Francisco aud
Miss Bertha Neugues of Corvallis.
F. M. Chrismao, recently, married, while
reluming to bis borne iu Lake county, via
the Military road, waa taken suddenly il
with billions fever at Jobu Hills. Dr Paim
was called and attended him, aud be wib
sunn be able tu be around.
Billy Taylor aud wife returned from Pe'u
dletou last Saturday, where they have bei n
during Ihe summer. We understand thai
Mr. Taylor will open a confeelioaery uml
oyster saloon iu Eugene City if he' can pro
cure a suitable riMjiu.
Tuesday night Ntlse Roney received woid
that hi sister, Mrs. Ells Williams, wm taken
suddenly at 1-ost Kivcr, lift miles east of . Eu
gene nn the McKenr.ie. He started at mi'
nijjht with Dr. Sharpies, who returned Fridny
noon, reporting her very ill with brain fever.
Indians Gosr. The Warm Spring Iudians
have departed for their illabees, after having
aided in saving the Lane couuty crop of
bops. The bncks, with their long hair,
wrapped in blankets nf gorgeous colors, ami
iheir squiiwa aud pappoose will be seen no
more in Kuut iie until tbe Imps ripen again.
Tbe money made by I hem bop-picking
is left in Eugeue. They have patronized our
Iiiisiupss men for dry goods, blankets, tin
ware, saddles, guns ami ammunition, &c.
not neglectiua tli watermelon so dear to the
Indian palate. Their purchases of Winch
ter rifles wits quite nn item, more, than fifty
guns having been sold lo them. The next
year will probably see the whole reservation
here, as our Hop growers nave ioiinil in
sad experience that ibey cannot depend upon
whites for pickers, Nearly one-unu oi nie
hop crop of Lane county was lost for lack of
Damaoi Sdtt. Oliver Darling, of Long
Tom precinct, has commenced anil in the
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V'lTCUll lniiri ui i.niip i-uiunjr nnnttti mmi-
bHin Strom for tSIIIHJ damages. Tbe plain-
till' alii res that on the Cth day of June the
detendaut entered bis house, and in th
presence of himself aud wife, used loud,
abusive and indecent language; that defend
ant knew ut tbe lime that the wife of plain
tiff was encientu; that from Ihe effect of said
language, his wife waa delivered of a dead
child on the 2Cth of July, for which be sin s
fur damages. Kelsay & llolgate, oi Uor
vallis, are attorneys for plaintiff.
Fun Tim Convicts. Supt. Downing, of
tbe penitentiary, with great forethought has
stored away enough vegetable to lust his
dirds during the entire coming winter. These
stores include tho product of thirty six acres
sown in potatoes, nine in corn, uud various
oniiulities of other wholeiome provender.
The superintendent also caused to be brought
in from bis farm, near Miblimily, two wagon
loads of prunes aud plums, which be donat
ed to tbe use of tbe convicts. Mr. Downing
has been forced to run the prison on an ex
ceedingly economical acale, by reason of the
lack ol funds, but be la succeeding auunra
Abstractors or Krai, Emtatk. A. E.
Wheeler and 1). W. Cisilidge have formed
uartnershln for carrying on the real estate aud
almtract business in Eugene ( 'ity. Their ntlice
is in the Matlock block. 'The parties compris
in j the firm have beeu engaged for the last
seven months making an attract nf I ai e
toiintv recorda relating to real estate, nnd ex
oect lo have It completed alsmt the first of
next vear. it will Tnj a convenient ami vaUn
Me niece of pMiieity, aa st a tdanc- the title
n, ay Isj seen to any piece of real estate.
ii alt From Wheat. A weak by Eastern
firm baa patented a prncesa by which malt for
hrewi.V can Is- made frun wheat. Tle y have
wiituni' n. It- r nendly for aamples nt l-ai
roiuit wheat and he will semi them 100
iMiiini I, ,, f different kite la hy .xpr.au. Should
wheat lie suiuhle il will make n important
market f.-r it svt the barley ruia. d here is only
suitable for feeding.
Chinks 1 low. The Ch in ee population
nf KiiLene is ill a luruioil. WHlkllis' Jllll
bad Jo Fimi, i 'be II irtison Chinese represei,
tiitive who has aired huu-elf in tbe Journal
arrwled Thura-i charging him with an as.
aaiilt wilb a d.as llv w.h.ii a h-. aas
acquitted by the i reorder, and then im was
an,st. d au.l fined sV and lO IS ul justice
HopShipmixt.- M'. 8. II. Friendly has
ahioictl nine csrloails of h"st eaat this week.
j Under ecial rstea rec nt J grsnti I, ho
I l,ii,iiiHiiU mav 1 mad e fro-n p'nfene at th
! same freight rntea aa fi vn Por land,
Twiiss. L. Bt.ni ey i tb ha; j fa'her of
twins, liorn In his wile i. 'gen- Jluuday.
l;oth loys. eti of wbicl I turns tl scales at
e eight pound notch. Engine cannol Ite
CiiracH CtuiTiyrioB. TV coinly meet,
ing of tbe Christian Clton b will lake place
in tbe brick i hurt h in Eoga in City. Oct. 18.
l'reat bing in the eveuiLss trf for all. - Busi.
ne liieuting, tu the fuamoua auu altoiuoou.
rieasant Hill Items.
' Oct. 11, IS83L
Graa is tirowlng nicely,
lloiirniseraare'bui? baling and delivering
Mr. W. H. BrUtow waa vbdting friends r-
cenlly In Douglas t'o.
Miiw l.nells lUntUaktr is teaching her third
let in of achool at Jasper.
Mr. C. M. Hamilton and family of Trent
are reuioving t Eugene.
Mr. E. B. Handsaker. the oerator for the
P. at Eugene ia viaiting here.
Mr. Thomas Mnlkev i learning the young
idea how to alusit at Springfield.
Me-ra. T. J. Shellev and Henry Mitchell
sre ila.l.lies some more, boy and girl
The Park s Itros. are shipping anine green
apples to their Urc. Sam in Nevada.
Mr. It. G. Callison and bis daughter, Miaa
n.i are teaching the Cresswell school.
The Davis farm located at this place wilt be
old nn the 18th and some one will get a nice
Mr. W. II. MoCall and family have been
visiting friends here for some time; they start
or Silver Lake t'Mlsy.
W. H. Rau.hman and others have inat re
turned from a trip to Mt June, whither they
went to se what they could see.
Mr. J. A. BrL'g and family hava sold out
their photograph lamine at Pendleton, and
expect to make their future home in Lsne I'n.
After residing lor aome niontha in . I.
near SHikaue Falls, Mr. William Wntn and
family have retnrerd to this place and declare
that there's no place ao good aa weh font
Oct 8th, 1888.
the wife of Uua
Horn. Sept. 21. 1888.
Shulty, a urn.
Smith's cannery was sold at sheriff! sale last
w,ek for f-liriO.
The Deputy shi-rifT wu down nn day List
week on biiainraa.
John Whisman and wife came down yesler
lev. and a Mrs. White and two other families
whose names we did not b arn,
it. . i ..... . ..i
i lie new m lltti.iivr, nt in.-, win, w vttiiiii t,
alstut iH),000 fis-t ol luitilier ia laying near the
id ennnerv waiting or a calm dav, wlisn It
will be towed out by ihe steamer Favorite.
Letters for the following persons renialued
uncalled for at the poatofllce in Eugene City.
Oregon, Oct. 18. 188:
f.lanis, Mrs U U rem-, Miss Mary
G.iiii-on, Miss Lorn Smith, Mrs Angle
llelz. r, Rev P C Stewart, Miss Emma
Lewis Mr R Taylor, Jsmea
M'Cullock. Mrs Nancy, Walkina. Miss Sarah
l icMn. Mra Mary Warm, Prof U h .
Miller, Mrs (foreign) Ward, Mr Nntbantal
Moore, J Ernest
I'attersoii, Mis John
A charge of one cent
Iter given out.
will be made on each
Persons culling for the above will please
say advertised, giving date.
t . v usncim, r, m.
Ph elie B Kinaey to Wm I. McFarhmd, lot
in Packard s addition; consideration, el's).
Geo. W . Welder to A l.sn es, lour acrea
lust west of Kiine! 0011. SHOO.
Mattle V. Carter to llenrv v . Uones, lot III
skinneis tlnnatl'ini con, lfsW,
Geo. B. Onrris to Saruh Montgomery, one
lot iu original town plat; cuu, P.'sJ.
There is a vacant scholarship in the Slate
University from I.ane coiintv. All who wisu
to niuke npplicaiinn for ibis fiee scholarship
a hi puase apply to the uotinty ncnooi nu
pcriuteiidi nt by the First of November.
A yearling bay mare unit was lnsj from Notl
villey about two Weeks ago. Was ssen last
following a wagon near Wm. Ionian's house-
Anvone uivlng information in regard to, or
returning the colt will be liberally rewarded.
Apri.rs.Aboiil Jacksonville nud Ashland
apples are the rage among fruit men. The
Times Suva that many nf Ihe older on hards
will net Ihe owners $'.2110 to f 300 per sore
this fall. We are sorry to slate tbat the
Lano county apples that bnvo been unexcep
tionablv good heretofore hate been ruined
this year by the codliu moth. The apples
are large and of good form but a worm has
been in nearly every apple. Will not some
horticulturist 'suggest a remedy for this pest,
heretofore unknuwn iu Oregou?
School Books. County School Snppriii-
lendiuit Stevenson is gelling a wind fall in
the way of school books, ranging from Web
ster's Unabridged to lea tie ts fur infants, also
having information that more are nn the
way. The county superintendents will soon
vote on the text books to be nsed in schools
for the next four years, and the publishers
scud them suinples.
PnoniiinioN Si'fAKiNd.t Prof. M. V.
Rork, of Michigan, will lecture on tbe polit
ical issues nt the court bouse, in Eugene
City, on Saturday and Sunday evenings, Oct.
1J aud 14, at i UJU p. m. All cordially in
vited, ladies especially. Prof. Rork is one
of the leading speakers of tbe Prohibition
party. Good music will be in attendance.
CniAB Factoiu.- Note ihe ad . of the Eu
gene cigar factory in Ibis issue of tbe Guard,
The gentlemen of which tbe nrm is coiiikis
ed are experienced workmen, aud coma her
for a permanent residence. Patronize them
and you will know for a certainty that you
are not smoking Chinese made cigars.
Ei.kction ok Orricriisi-The Eugene fire
men's cornet band elected tbe following of
ficers for the term of ail mouths: President
H. M. L Hubert; secretary. J. O. Watts;
treasurer, J. W. Christian; leader and mu
sical director, I. II. Farrell.
Stratkd. A -mill bay horse, branded
witb It-tier "N" on right shoulder, a cross
on left Hank; aliput I i bands high. A lib
eral reward will lie paid for information
leading io its recovery.
W. F. Gamble.
Franklin, Lane Co , Or.
Pl Bl.lC RPKAKINU. Mr, E. It. Sklnworth,
Drmt-cratin nominee for Pr -ids .til Elector,
will a-lilreMi the citizen of It n - county, at the
Court House in Eugene City, on Wednesday
evening next, at 7 M p. m. Me Skipwnrth ia
an rlispit nt speaker and le uld lie greeted by
a lar; ludittinw.
Marruoe im IIioh Lirx. Inao Umpqua
snd Nellie Johnson w re uni'ed in tbe
bonds of matrimony by R. v. C. M. Hill al
bis resideece in Kujene t Ity, Monday Oct
8ih. The high coiiiiacting ariies are In
dians belonging lo tbe Sil-tX reseivaliou
Hmslaw Fa IK. -The annual fair given iu
th Siii'law valley waa ht-l.l l"t wm.It, On
Friday Judge It. P. Bi.iae delivered an annual
a-lorcx and nn n ttnnUy aisseclies were may).
i hy Hoaa E I'. Cols nan, S. A. Dawaou, Mark
' MUJsr, 9 a iraio aud is. Irvine.
Aonm M. Grkknr.
Miss Lulu Sawyers and Miss Myra Norria
were elected members and signed tbe conali.
luiiou at our last iueitiu.
If you throw the brick a little stralghter,
Eiutna.il may hit that venomous rtptile.
but, gii In, keep your feel off tbe walk.
Several more students entered school on
Monday Among them were Will MapCor-
mao and Belle Pailison, who need no further
"Enlniiana rilease convl" No, thank ton.
we never copy, aud especially items of such
questionable character. Holdes nr. uovoy
says the charge ia utterly false.
Prof. Garrison, well known as a teacher of
pelinialisuip, Vi-iled Ibe University last
Tuesday. Dr. Golden of Marshfieid also
made a vi, it tbe same week.
Mr. Mulkef and Mr. Veszie are not at all
in sympathy witb ( leveland and especially
wiib bis at com! teim vitws. Accordingly
ihiy resiyued their cfllces iu the laurtan
Tbe Laurean ex-editor, we hear, la court.
ing the Tt ri'siehnrcnii ninse. Softening of
the brain, the snd remit of ovuwoik on tbe
column, is ascribed as tbe causa of Ibis new
Poor Clyde! He was so interested in his
Latin Grammar, that he did not notice bis
chair was broken until il Ml to pieces. He
says. "Acukleuts will huppeu to tbe la-st ol
Mr. Wtslt y Mulligan Is suffering from
rioloid. We are sorry lo hear it and hope he
will soon recover. By Ibis item il is nut in
tended to create a smallpox scare for Mr.
Mulligan is In Salt ni.
This year's Latin Reader clasa find th
yt-rlts more irregular than ever. Two of
of them have priuoipal parts as fullows,
gig no, giguere, gingerbread, give me some;
piguo, piguerc, squeali, griintum.
Please do not ask ns six times a day when
Ihe corporation will meet. Unless sn earth
quake or similar dispensation of Providence
overs helms Eugene, it will meet tbe fust
r ndar iu Arveiuber at three p. m.
Would Ibe Junior geulleman like another
whiff of Simon pure hydrogen, or does be
prefer to remain on earth till death cornea
naturally? Perhaps its effect wiia beuefkial,
for he has smiltd al least twice since.
The unfitness of thiugs was manifest at
Ihe walk arouud when a verv small young
Isdv whispered lo a young geutb man of very
different size, "You'll have lo take my arm
for really aud truly I can't reach yours,"
On accoanl of n signal ion nr nonqnnliflon-
lion of some of Ibe Laurean officers, our list
requires correcting in the (olio iug portion
bus: Pres., Walter McClure; Treaa., J. K.
Young; Eiliinr, J. G. Wallers; Censor, Ed.'
'What dot a expon- nt fero tqual?" ask
ed Ihe tutor. "Il equals a unit or nnili."
' Then it equals one does il not?" "Oh,
yes it equals one or ont-ity " Mr. 'YVbstr
is iiitmdmg to incorporate Ibis iu his ci le
h rated dictionary.
Rtiiii, Thai the graduates of Ihe State
University are as much entitled to Slate Cer
tificates as the graduates of the normal
situ ails, nn - question dehaled by the
Eiituxialis last Flidey The Pnsldctit de
cided III favor of tboafllrmalive
The Enlaxhiils are not going to debate
tnu'iM 1'er.sus niuirr out of iouid' ialion for
Isdh parties. They want to try the ques
tion, Itrmiliwl, That the Greeks called v g
mt a iiranixJUd leeeiise tin) sie mi frttb. I nt
it seems too uiesjded, and none n( the girl
will take the negative.
After tbe Iulnsluctint) Party ibis conver
sallun nr something like It was heard:
L. J. "Judge, why didn't yon get out of
the doorway and help me iutrodiicaf"
Judge. "Afraid, yon know, I might have
hud lo walk around with a girl,"
We are pleased lo welcome Mr, Wallers
into ibe journalistic rsuks, and hope our re
lations with him will nlwais be the most
friendly imaginable. Tiny will not be,
though, if he makes ninny nit pis to bribe
Eulitxisns into giving him their items. This
is fair warning.
Where is John Ii. Pnttisun of '88? Some
say that be is teaching table etiquette in
Eastern On gun, while others nsstrl that he
is occupied in liteinry soliciting in Washing
Ion Teiritnry. Il is liktly we shall soon
know, for Jehu aobmnly pr nilstd lo be
here for tbe next corpora I ion meeting,
One of Ihe most promising members o'
the Roman History class tranihited the sea"
teiice, Ha miniitum tut flmuxt oW m quad
rngiiiti trrt, "Thus il rained iu Rome for
two hiindnd and forty Ibree years." Il ia
needless to any thai Prof. Johnson asked if
Targuiiiins Superbus aud bis family did not
float in an ark until the flood was over.
One of the 8enior young nieu thinks as
tronomical observers need pleti y of air to
enable thein to sen clearly. Probably ha
would tear down the growing observatory on
Ibe bnlte and plant it in the deepest canyon
he could find so aa to 'ook through aa much
thickness of air as possible. The professor
of astronomy thinks tbs valley of tbe Dead
Sea, 1300 fuel below sea level might fill the
D. W. Bass, b graduate of the 0. S. TJ.,
baa reached tbe summit of his ambkion in
one direolion. Last August he was one of a
parly of seven who stood on the steaming
rocks of ihe orater of Mt. Rauier, fourteen
thousand four hundred and fourty four feet
above ibe level of ihe aea. Tbe air in lower
altitudes was smoky, but from their eleva
tion tbey ssw snow-capped mountain peaks
on both north and south rising like islands
from the aea. Not half a duzen white men,
beside the preseut have ever viewed this
The new officers of the Eulaxian society
were initialed last Friday. ()u account of
Ibe hilcuiss of the hour Ibe speeches, al
though to ihe point, were somewhat brief.
The Pres. advised all the memlssrs tu begin
this pew year witb fresh enthusiasm for tbe
work, and uigtd the importance of inducing
new students to Joiu us. The marshal hoped
that all the young ladies would treat her
wiib consideration and sod Ihey wonld
help her greatly when the cold weather
Came, 11 they only would, by wearing wraps.
She whs not sure that her II res would burn
but she waa willing to help pruiide buffalo
Tbe introduction party, nr walk aronnd
tisk place lost Saturday evening slid was
pronounced a great success. D-spile tbe
threatening sky. numl of Ibe students were
uu band, and several who were nol studiDtS
graced tbe occasion with tln ir prest nee.
Among the latter were noticed Prof Carson,
Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Collier,
Mrs. Condon, Miss Dorris, Mi s Uendiicka,
Mi-s Ida Patterson and Mr. McClure. The
introductions were ao nnniemns thai several
students are bop. I. s-iy a o bi as to whom
ihey have met and w in m ibey have not.
The orches'n a as on h- n I, and to its music
promenading continued uninterruptedly all
the evening until well, we cannot tell how
lute but it waa after our r- porter left. Some
who returned early found that mischievous
small hoys had plats d a l r.i a.le of old logs
on ibe sidewalk thai were jn-l pbisiphoreat
enl enough to look ghostly ll troubled no
one, however, so much as tbosa who hit on
tbe bright idea of putting it there, and gtv
a pk a-stlit little sdvei lure tu those bo pass
wl beluie it waa reuiuwd.