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QTY AND COUNTY.
lion. Robt. A. Miller of Jacksonville will
aidless the citim. of Eugene anil vicinity
t tlie i oun iiipu-i . tv nin-aday, Ucl. ;il at
T JO p. in. t
lion. L. B. Cox of Portland win address
tho eitizeus of Eugouu in favor of Cleveland
nuJ tariff reform at the Court House in Eu
gene City on Friday evening, Not. 2d, irt
Hon. J. D. Whitman, of Jackson county,
but recently from the East will address the cit
izen" of Iane enmity in favor of Cleveland and
tariff n-form M follows:
BhkMM ''i'y. Mimdiy, Nov. 5th, 7 p. m.
The gentleman baa the reputation of being a
fine talker and should hi greeted with mod
audiences. LuOM HiiiimitteeN are expected to
make the MMWHff arrangements fur h.dl,
r. , aL - I. A
imring ana cnuimit awn weens Lane enuntv
will Ik- tliorcnuhly cinvassed by Democratic
speaker. W (Ira appoiatnmti a follows,
H"us. John Burnett and K. M. Veatcb will
address the citizen of
.function City, Saturday, Oct, 27,
Long Tom, Monday, Oct. 29, 1 p.
Miiunneiii, inesuay, 30,
Irving, Wednesday, " HI, "
Creaswcll, Thursday, Nov. 1, 1 p. in.
I..-.: Valley, Friday, " 2, "
Cottage Grove, Saturday, Nov. :t, 1 p. m.
Eugene City, Monday, Nov. 5, 1 p. in.
Hoik. U Bilyeu anil (ien. A. Dorris of Eu
lieue City will eak at
Cottage Orove, Saturday, Oct. 27, 1 p. in.
I V. ssucd, Moi lav, let. '.".I, 1 p. in.
Churn, t'nesilay, Oct. 30, 1 p. m.
Mohawk, WediieMlay, Oct. 31, 1 p, ru.
Spiingtidd, Thursday, Nov. 1, "
Camp Creek, Friday, Nov. 2, 1 p. m.
Junc tion City, Saturday, Nov, 3, 1 p. m.
Judge .1. .1. Walton, and .1. E. Fenton Esq,
of Eugene and It 'll. If. C. Huston t Speucer
will la) at
Green 1) ior School House, Monday. Oct 211,
1 p in.
Spencer, Tuesday, Oct. 30, 1 p. m.
Cheshire,. Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1 p. m.
Smithheld, Thursday, Nov. 1, 1 p. m.
Long 'I' mi, Friday Nov. 2, 1 p in.
In inn, Saturday, Nov 3, 1 p. in.
Col W. EL Elllnger, Democratic candidate
for Presidential Elector, will address tho citi
zens of Etneco-iiitv, at the Court House, Sat
urday, Oct 27 at 1 :30 o'clock p ru. Col. Erfin
ftr in a talented and login) and bin audience
will bf well entertained.
Everybody invited to attend especially the
ladles We bespeak for the gentletneu alsive
.Minminced, a considerate hearing from the
people of the county. They will present the
issues of the day, fairly, and as they really ex
ist. Local committees will make arrange
ments for halls where necessary.
From North Yakima. W.T.
Ootohor I 1888.
KBDH GrOABD. Perhaps a little informa
tion about affairs iu this part of the territory
would be of interest to your readers. Of
course, Ninth Yakima is, lik most of the
towns in Washington Territory, having u
boom, that is if villuiuously high prices for
town Ud country property, hosts of stran
gers on the Htrcets and a feverish aotivity in
it.,' rtil .-stale 1nmi.i.K4 .'tin ha utii.l to cmitoi.
tile a boom. Just at present however, the
mu-rest in real estate is somewhat oveisbad
oirnl by the seemingly much more impor
tant affairs of politics. While there i- a
great interest manifested in the presidential
campaign, much more are tbe people of
Washington Territory coucerued as to who
is to be th'-ir next delegate to Congress. Re
pulilicau join mils are tilled with accounts of
ibe failure of Vooihees to accomplish aiiy
Ibieg iii (he way of legislation, applying all
KM of sarcastic epithets to him as "the
weeping willow of the Pulonse," "the bogus
qmUDQia of the Wabash," etc. Democrats
ate howling for Voorhees and proclaiming
Allen the tool of the graspiug corporation,
while tho two candidates themselves are
harping on their "specialties" of "down
with the monopoly robbers," "protection to
the downtrodden' workingman," etc. Nonh
Yakima bus been visited by both Mr. Voor
hees und Mr. Allen, who received receptions
t the bauds of their constituents. Afier lis
tening to both I am inclined to think that
VoorhecB is much the superior of Allan on
the stump. Tbe newspaper business in
North Y'akima is greatly overcrowded, there
being the regular Democratic and Republi
can orguns, tho organ of Ihe Prohibition
putty mid woiuuus suffrage, and the Farmer,
an agricultural paper There is also another
job office in contemplation.
About five miles from this city there is a
Urge farm owned by a stock company in
which Mr. Bell and Gardner Hubbard, of
the Bell teleiiboue company, are the princi
pal share holders. The farm is managed by
I heard a getitleman who ia reliable and
who bus been in Y'akima quite a long time,
say that if it were not for the Indian trade
from the reservation, which is about four
miles below this place, two or three of the
husiness houses of Yakima would have to
close their doors. While this statement
should be taken with a grain of allowance, it
ia certau that i the reservation was taken
omewhere else the sub s of mauy of the
iien-haiit-, lo r.- would fall oil at least one
half. Mr. Slerliug Hill as in this city last Wed
iwsday r presenting tbe Juvenile Opera Co ,
and made arruugt incuts for their appearance
in Yakima next Monday and Tuesday even
'OKs. While nt tbe train the other evening
I was somewhat astonished to meet Mr.
Embiee, a former student of the University,
ho was ou his way to Dayton. Ou my re
turn to the office I noticed just ahead of me
form which I discovered to be that of Mr.
A- B. Dorsey, whose short stature aud
rotundity will be remembered by the stu
dent,, who attended the Uuiveraity in '86.
He i spending a few weeks at this place
'h bis aunt. Lincoln C. Countryman,
'Bother former student, passed through here
two weeks ago bound for Chicago. To your
corn spondent he stated that he intended to
'jter a school of pharmacy. M. J. Ungo,
who was formerly a resident of Engene, in
yo living in this city. Mr. Jacob Cainp
"H. of Lane count , was in North Yakima
ahort time oao. and is atill in Yakima
outy. I believe
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS,
(via Yuqnina to San Francisco. )
' wheat, oats, hops aud wool. I am pre
pared to take Marine insurance ou all cereals,
""Ps, wool or auy cousigumente of goods to
ad from San Francisco. For further par
"whirs address Ala Httais.
ut California Ins. Co., Yaquiua, Or.
Money to Loan.
- mouey to loan on the security ol
d farms in sums from S20o and up-
' a low sate if taAMai (MRch m-
over First National Bank.
E. i. IIcClaiuha.
School books at Collier'e.
Ludies drew good a apectalty at Friend-
engaged ccim-titing the
Tako your produce to the Pacitie Tea
and get the beat prices.
Sec tbe ad. of the Ironclad overalls. They
are fer sale by all dealers.
Hot mid cold butbs every day iu tbe week
in nerry iioru s uaroer simp.
A flue line of silk plushes
in all wh-le. !
aim grams at r . II. Dunn a.
There will he a Friday surprise sale
et-K m ii.e .in-sea Walton s.
All kinds i. job and commercial printing
win unuj ill lllc UCillU office.
Teas, coif, os ii ud choice groceries eh' ap 1
for cash at MosBCiiti A tUniits.
Before storing or selling your oats see A.
. I i t. is. t 1,-aii ( bevalicr barley wanted.
Mil;.' an appointment with H"i d. ron
Dentiit, and nave your op. rationsperforni.il
in it skillful BMBMFi
Headii'inrters for Rubber Hunts ai d Shoes
at Il ill.- A Klein's. Will sell cheimer
tun uny hon.e iu Eugene.
The novelty st m lias just received a l.irge
assortment of school Tablets and "sells 'em
cheap, too " Ca!l see tin in.
Oats and barley nt highest market rates
taken in exchange lor lumber; allow-al mar
ket price at the Springfield saw null.
Univer-ity books, public school supplies,
ink, blank tsjoks; tbe very latest paiiers,
novels, magazines and r.vievta atColliei'a
book Stol e.
By fair and squaro dealing we hope to gain
the confidence of all.
Wiuki.hi - Cooi.iiKifs
Abstracters aud R-al Estate Atty'a.
Mr. 0. BecUwith is building a residence
on the rear lot of his property. We nnd.r
stand it will be occupied by Mr. Benuett.tbe
express und telegraph agent.
Goldsmith, the grocer, has just received
from the East one of the largest assignments
of lumps ever brought to Eugene. He will
sell them at prices that defy competition.
A new depot will be built at the Springfield
station. This will be quite a convenience as
at present there are no decent accommoda
tions for those who have to wait for trains.
Miss N. A Freeman has re-opened her
studio in Rhinehart's building and is ready
to receive scholars in Oil Painting, Porcelain
and Drawing. Lessons 7f cts for three
In San Francisco the registration of voters
f ir this year exceeds that of 18S4 by 10,000.
It is estimated that California WW give Bn
increased vote over tbe lust presidential elec
tion of 3il.(H)0.
Assessor Huffman was compelled to kill his
cow Wednesday a. she was so violent as to
be dangerous. He opened her stomach and
found a miscellaneous nssottmcut of nails,
glass and pebbles.
Farmers and others come in and see the
finest coll. etiou of fruits and grains ever ex
hibited in Lane county.
Wukklkii ,fc CoomimiE,
Tbe Demecrats openly sell and distribute
their campaign text book. Tl e Republicans
are very cart ful not to let their text b.s.k leave
authorized hands. They know their position
will not bea.- candid investigation.
The railroad company has furnished agent
Adair with a neat case iu which to keep coil
pon tickets. No need to go to Portland to
buy tickets for Eastern points. Y'ou can
buy them her as cheaply as at Portlaud.
The Lane County Pomona Granira P. of M.
will meet with Goshen Granite at their hall on
Saturday, Nov. 3, at 1 o'clock. All 4th de
gree members in gisid standing are c.rdia'ly
invited to attend. J. C. .Ik.n.vinus, W M.
The Albany daily papers are complaining
about trumps and ask how they may gel rid
of ttktm. Eugene City has thoroughly solved
that question by employing a vigilant mar
shal ud nightwatch We arc not bothered
Mr G trrison commenced Thursday on a
course of fifteen lessons in penmanship nt
the public school. One dollar per pupil will
be charged, and after paving Mr. Garrison,
the balance will be used towurds pi rchasing it
"Old King Cole wns a jolly old soul," so
, r. tl., ... n-lio loiv it:, if snrilio suits of F.nst.
land it Wilson. Their prices are the lowest:
their goods are best. In a cheap or high I
priced suit th"v can accommodate you.
The campsign text book of the Democratic
persuasion can be purchased from F. W.
Ostium for 60 cents. It is a book of fi.K!
pages, and is unanswerable in, its argu
ments for tsriff reform. Secure n copy and
investigate the subject.
St. John asks the question. "Are you for
the saloon or the home." The answer given
is "yon bet your lite." But when yon are
asked where yon can get the best goods and
prices on ten, coffee, croceries. On sale at
the Pacific Tea Co., Cor 9th and Oak streets.
Just received a full line of Henrietta Laine
and Marrielta cloth dress goods in the folow
ing shades: Goblin Blue, Morning Blue,
Myrtle. Hinerai, Harron, Paon, Cresson,
also Blacks which the Indies are invited to
call and examine nt S. H. Friendly'a.
The Charter Oak is Ihe best stove manu
factured. It is the pride of every house
hold. Messrs Starr and Vandenburg have
recently received from tbe manufactory at
St Louis n car load of them which they are
offering at very low prices. Call and exam
Sam Fisherman was arrested at Cottage
Grove Friday charged with disposing of
whisky to Indians. He had a hearing before
Commissioner Walton and was held to ap
pear in Deidv's eonrt. He was taken below
Saturday by Deputy Marshal Cochran and
was fined $5 by Deady.
inatrentnf the Orecon Pacific offers to
deliver Ireignt in Asioria innn 'www- :
.lioiit half the rate charged by the O. R
& H, Steamship line. They would ship to
Yaquina, thence to Albauv. thence to Asto
ria on Willnmette and Columbia river boats.
Rather a long way around.
For job printing of all descriptions give
this office a call We are prepared to turn
ont anything from a card to a poster nestlv
...d eitiediliou.lv. e liny onr paper
the East from wholesale honses,
giTe you the benefit of low prices.
Having perfected amngements with par-1
ties in Portland. I am able now to find pur-1
chasers 'or lands, more readily than;
heretofoie. If yon have land for sale, im-1
proved or unimproved, you cannot do net
ter than to entrust vonr business witp.ns
Terms r.asonable. Y'onr patrnnsg'solictted.
B. P Doaats.
The R publican National Committee must
be getting bard Bp Thev are sending out a
circular letter enclosing blanks for snbsenp
tinns to be forwarded to them in uros of
! 00 or larger. Two prominent Democrat"
of Engene were recim. n' of thes mvits-,-n
to contribute to ibe R..pnt.liesn trea.
,r tl is week. Tbev di.1 not ee tt that way
howey. r. Mil .hecommitUe will have to do
1 without their aaaisUnce.
Remember that Col. W. H. Effloger, Dem
ocratic candidate for presidential elector,
speaka at the Court Honae Ibia Saturday
! Saturday afternoon at 7:30 o'clock.
Ladies, you can get u good corset at Bett
lunu s fur 3o ceuta.
Ho r.ot fail to attend the sale next Friday at
the Misses Walton's.
Thi. b Rnblier Boots, first quality Boatou,
at 94 00 at K. & K.
In dress goods tbe ladies say thai Bett
mau keeps tbe latest and finest In town.
Boots and Shoe.. Call and Reprice befor.
..Id.wli.,. R V
KratiMio A Klein are leading in Ruller
I'oii t torset tnat it you need a lames or
Misses' jaeket, or Newmarket, latest and
cheapest, Bcttman'a is the place.
Leave your lauds for sale with Wheeler fi
CoorUtg, Matlock Block. They have the
only set of abstracts in Lane county.
Kriiu-M- A Klein warrant all lsols and
shoes, and will sew up all rips on Isiota and
shoes bought t their store free of cost.
The pitta glass have lieeii placed in fmul
of the Orange store building ami tbe im
provements otherwise about comph ted.
A series of meeting have been held in tbe
-- - a 1. l : i ,li.
i, t .. ..t. ; u.. ....i..:.
Wood, stove h-ngtha 75 cents per hwid
Good slock on hand. You can get a loud
wh-never yon come, at ihe Springfield iw
Boots and shoes of all kinds iuclnding
Porter, Slessinger ft Co's. make. F.vory
pair warranted at Way down prices at Beilt
man's. Hardy Bond expect to put a ' twentj
five ceut" counter in their novelty stora.
Come early and get some of Ihe rare iiiirgaiiut
that will be found there.
Krtusse i Klein carry Buckingham t
Ilecht's, and Porter, Slesaiuger & Co'a
Boots and Shoes, and will sell cheuper than
any other house in Eugene.
There are a few meu'a suitsfenat, vest and
panta) left ai Bellmen's for $S, an outfit
good enough for any man to wear. Come
an I :;e oue before tbey are all sold.
The New High Arm Vertical Feed Davis
S. wing Machine will do a greater variety
and range of work than any other machine.
Prices reasonable. For sale at Collier's
The following marriage licenses havo in.su
ed since our last issue:
John Spores to Emma E. Berry; Fred II.
Knight to Attie Courtwright; If H, Heed to
The Fred Bellman house aud two lots sit
uated back of the public school building was
sold the other day to F Gosselt for 11,(1 0,
The sale was made through Wheeler A
Coolidge, real estate agents.
Remember Krausse & Klein carry the
largest stock of rubber goods in Lane coun
ty and are selling the first quality in Boston
Thigh boots for 4.( 0 and first quality in
short leg at $3.00; also hnvu cheup rublwr
The schoouer Acme of the Siuslaw arrived
iu San Frant isoo Oct. 24 with n cargo of 60,
(HH) feet of lumbar, While in port she will
la) tilted with steam machinery She is B0
fei t long, 22 feet beam and 7 feet iu the.
Prof. Garrison closed a writing clas
Wednesday evening. Estella Brownlee was
given tbe prize for most improvement and
Geo. Whitney for tho finest writer. The
class now in progress at the public school is
well filled up. Prof. Williams and th
aohool directors have taken a good method
to improve the penmanship of tbe scholars.
Letters for the following persons remained
uncalled for at the postorncu in Eugene City,
Oregon. Oct. 20, 1888:
.Men. Mr. Dick
Caldwell, J 1)
Doyle, OR 2
Klliott, Mr K
G. rbrick, Miss Eva
llawlev, W W
l.iiulsey. 0 M
lb ImtIs, .1
Stone, Miss Amanda
Davis (The Banker)
DiiKan, A W
Qlllimnnr. Mr II
Hoar. B F
Lewis, Miss Liulia,
Rothrick. W I
Knberson. .1 W
Trice, T C
Worts, Kev D C
A charge of one cent will be made on each
letter given out.
Persons calling for tho above will ploaw
say advertised, giving date.
F. W Osbubn, P. M.
DUB,-Mrs. Ella Williams, nee Roner,
died In Eugene City Tuesday, Oct. 23, 1HS8,
of brain and spinal fever, aged 31 years, t
months and 22 days. She was married ou
the 18ih of Sept. lost to Jos. A. Williams,
an., with her husband started across the
moUOtaina a! nt three weeks ago for Ins
bona in the Harney Lake country. She
was taken suddenly ill at Lost river, SI
miles east of Eugene, and was brought back
hero for medical attendance), but without
avail. The in erinent took place Wednes
day at Ihe Pleasant Hill cemetory.
A Runaway. Last Saturday the team at
tached to the mill delivery wagon started to
run away from in front of Page's grocery
store. Marshal Day and N. J. Taylor
caught them bv the bite but did not have
time to stop thi m until tbey wern running
into a team near by. Mr. Day saw his dan
ger a' d by some lively tumbling managed to
get out of the way. Mr. Taylor Lrld on and
was caught between the two -wagons, nar-
lowly t scaping senons injury. He was
bruised considerably aud tbiid.s a Isine was
broken in tbe instep of bis Iv it foot. He is
around ailb the aid of a eanit, and will here
after let runaway teams a'.tend to them
selves. Boono Ovra. The man Pierce, mention
of whom was made in last week's issue, as
having been extradited fro ni California on a .
vharge of obtaining advan ce mouav for hop
Dickiug of Mr. S. H. Frie ndlv antl then leav-1
nig me country, uao a rx.-eiiminary eiamina
tioO lef.ee JllStiCA fl-llj ,r-Hll I'll "Stl.lV, llll'l
was Isiiiiul over in the. sum of sV'INi Not
j being able to aecare bondsmen he went to
PK-rmoNS for Parjoa. Last Tuesday
' was the Pardon Day f Governor Pennoyer.
Ala. ut tw.-nty i tin-.i - for pardon were pre
sented, among tbem one from Aartn Lurch, i
sent from Lsne eonr ly in December, 1881,
and another from C rook ct unty for the par
don of F. lix Cnrru . Tbe Governor baa not
yet acted npon tber a.
,m i-.v.i.r i. 'ihe Albany Di-moriat anya
that a Capt. O'Br.en of Eugene claimed to
have been snudha .'gel and robbed of t"
Hill n U"P. ,.. ,u ni.'su,
,ia,ut7J0. Ha was found insensible with a
gash in bead. I
An-rrrrrTrTTHr. Ba. -JatM,Collnrn. !
, ,lr of the H nction Pilot hM been Imit-,
milted to ptH ire in all the conrta erf the,
Stste by the S ipreme curt on ccrth Icate
from tbe Snpt erne Coart of Idaho.
Ciu.-U 7u want a uice f ond.hett rt o-n ;
in private nvadaoce, nail on Mr. C H ( 'K-1
Ue, lour bkx ka weat of the t E. Cburcii . '
1 - .11 W.j.l. in ill...... t .. .. j .. .
J. L Pag made a trip to Poitland ibis
Sam (.oldsuiilli made Eugene a visit on r
El tlshurn returntd from Eastern Oregon
Hon. F. O MeCown. of Oregon City, was
in town on ItgaJ business ibis week.
I Mis. Mnnra is vUiting with h. r daughtir,
1 Mrs. Wutkins, at the lloft'iiiiui House
H. C. Close, the enlerprisitii? real e-tate
man of Crasswell, was in town Monday.
, J: -t nmpMI. of the .1 h-. I. .is
takllii; lit the hit at Portland this week
(il m.i. has In . ii
Crouer has Wen ill this week
with an attack of fever but is convalescing
O. A. Campbell, of Camp Creek, has
rent.d Presley Chesi.ir-'s bop y.rdof'J")
Mr.. I. T. Nelson, Ihe t (lieniil deputy
nnder Coll. clor wiiiteiiker. WUia WI1 the I
til xt of Ihe week.
A Mr. Brown, wife nud son, arrived here
ft tint Iowa Wednesday. They propose to
stop (faring the winter.
Rev. Gio. Hill and wife of East Portland
are in town riaitlug relatives and attending
the wmI Baptial Uncling.
Will Dvsinger returned from a trip to
Portland Wednesday. While there be pur
chased a in w planer and ui.ncher.
Mr. M. Levlnger, the gentleman, w ho pur
chaaetl the Steve Edwanl and Gis'duiau
f unis has leased them for one year to a Mr.
Miller, lie will return In about two weeks to
his home in Holiuernlle, Cal.. where he will
mih-ikI the winter.
Henri lletttunii, son of L. P Itin.in. well
known merchant of. McM innvillle, is now in
Fialikfort-on-the-niaiu perfecting his Mat-
cal education. lit i i i la a musical pnnligy
and, if he lives, he is tleslin. d to win world
renowned faun-as a violinist He is a Purl
laud Itirn t'ov and tbv otily child of his
Pleasant Hill Items.
Oct. 24, 1888.
Kyle bus sold bin (aim to a Mr.
Mr. W. H. Burr returned from Portland
Mr. Jas. Pai viti, of Dt xtt r, is at Portland
Nice large red apples can bo bought here
for 10 cts per bushel.
Mrs. S. J Bandaakai and daughter re
turned In-day from Y'liquiun.
Mrs. Rose Shelley is visiting her parents,
Mi. and Mis. B. F. Heiuliitks, in F.ug.ne.
Mr. A. Matthews has purchased Ihe Daiis
farm. J K. McKi uiic and family will rs
sub upon tin hitme.
Mrs Mary Ooolaf, me L.tlm, who is well
known in Ibis county at an instructor of Ihe
youth and who has resnb d for soni" years at
i'ort Jones, Cal., is visiting hi r many frit mis
While descending the mountain near
Kelly's mill a few days ago Mr. J It Sellers
wan thrown headlong from his wagon,
eau ii by ona of the Maria coming In eu
iaot with a slump, which Injured bin quite
s t. rely, but we are pleased to see him
A large concourse of illative and friends
ni.-t nt our ceim lety to-day and pridilnir
last respect o all llial was mortal of Mrs.
Klla Williams, nee Rouey. who departed
this life iu Eugene on the 'J3d inst., aged 32
ye a's, 0 mouths ami 21 daya. Five short
weolia ago sh- was united ill matrimony to
her now sadly bereaved husband, aud when
biddiug fan well hut a few days since to her
many friends here as they started aith Hal
tering prospects and buoyant hearts to their
new home in i astern On gon, she was the
picture of good health. To an aged mother,
to brothers, sisters and all, our sympathy is
A Missing- Man.
The East Oregon ian says: The many
friends of Don L. B llhiin but "f Union
county are anxious to the ft rge of distrac
tion over his continued disappearance and
loug sib-line, his wife and family being great
ly alarmed. Mr. Bliineb art II fl Union COM
fy six or eight weeks ago with a band of rt
lie, intending to aall them in Eaitafo mar
kets. When last heard from be was in
Nashville, Teun , mid had not M l dispos. .1
of the slock. The last message iccived
from him by his wife Ma dated a month ago,
ami siuce thai time not a word can bt h am
ed concerning his whereabouts. Letteis and
telegrams have been si nt in vain to Ika hotel
in Nahbville at which he was slopping, and
bis relatives ami friends are wild srilhUXtet)
regarding him. Being (tl u fa , frank, open
an i unsuspecting uature, it is beginning to
be believed that ho bus been lured to his
sleath for the purpoae of rubbery that he
had sold Ihe stiHk, the bin d being Worth
hoot 10,000, and obtained the money there
for, ami that some villian or vidians became
aware that this large sum was in his posses
aton, and murdered him for his BOD. Thia
is mere conjecture, however, although hi
lijaappea ratio can hardly be explained on
any oilier hypothesis. Il is sinceiely hoped
for the sake of his wife, family unit frieuds,
that he may yet return safe and sound.
A M. D J D. Fenton, (one of the
wldely known Fenton family of Yamhill )
was a passenger up ou the last trip of ihe
OregoD, and came around for u short wnwa.
Jeff baa been attending a medic tl school al
Stt Krajicisco. and c iiii'-s back to Portland
in make a full-Hedged M. D. out of himself
There are eight brothels iu the Fenton fauii-
Ik Of these, four an- luiiiuin- nl lawyers,
one a successful merchant, nud il i- sale to
I say Jell will hi' Iba maik centre as a phy-i-'
ciau. The other broihers are too young to
! enter tbe professional field, bn! thi-y loo,
will "g1 there just the same." Asloriu
Fined. Thos. Bteatnl und a mm by Ihe
name of Davia caused some t xcitt ment by
gelling into a row in Ilod.-s' MH0M Satur
day alieruoou Tlie) Te taken Is fore Ib -eorder
Don is i.u I fined fl rncb und cosla.
BalTlST Ml.ril.NO. The Baptist
in. tint! of Oranoa ronuienoad in
W.dntsday and will eootiinie
Ministers and n.l.t r. an
from all parts of tho aiate.
in ittt iltuanoa
MaiiiilKb. - Near G.shti., Sunday. Oct
21st. by Rev. I. N. M .. Mr. li H. Retd
to Mts Jennie Rbfi Both ol Uue county
Wavrrn tive or six eopl- of tbe Gl'iHO
ofS pt.KSv lWW. Ten cent! per copy will
I pmd for i h.-iii at this oflice.
Fot Rtvr.-A suite -f
rooms Por pariicuisrs inqtiue al Ibis office.
. I"'' " " 1
ptaa and high, at p. ice paid at 1.. ttma. ..
wj, u . or
by :U. day Clolb a gatb-r.-.l and I liwi d
at .nleu iaet tight uand boiue on Weat
Circuit Court Docket.
The circuit court of Lai e cunty will meei
in Eugene City, Mouday, November 6th.
The docket is as follows:
1. State of On gou vs. Aaron Lurcb, for
gery. 2. S.ni".
I, Slate of Oregon va D A D dsou at.d
I F llardv. larceny.
4. Stale of Oregon vs S P Gilmore; ae
il'u ti 'ii.
5. E J Amis vs Julia A Bryan, et id, fore
closure of mortgage.
0. J W Cherry, adinr. of est. of F Dud
1. 1, d od, vs Wm Snellen ft al. coilttimatiou
of sale of real estate.
8. E Ebcrhaid va H. C. McGaffey; to
n cov. r money.
'.' l.oiusa Hydatid vs Beuj Hyland; to
correct dei tl
10. BmV Mulkey vs Phillip Mull., y . auit
II. J W. lUvburu vs J. W. Mabou et ux;
12, Mary E. Taylor vs J A Roach; suit
IS John Whileaker vs W R Gllfiy et al;
confirmation of sheriff's sale.
14. Fannie Walkius va J W P.uatrrbrook;
suit for partition
l.'i E W Whipple A Broa vs Lucitida
11 dl; to mooter bomj
III. Millie Welch raj 1 Eatou and R V
Howard; to recover money.
17 J. A. ttaamnaa vs H. W. Cottle and
A Mi Kiune ; action for tl images.
18. A I. Hi vt r vs Thus Bever, suit for
I'd Ba n r Bios A' Co vs N J Fitch ami
llaltie M Smith; to recover money.
IU It s Oatht y vs Love Allen et ni, fore
closure ,. morigiige.
21. Foster A ltobctlson vs Prilchelt &
Foikuer; to recover money.
22. C II Dodd & Co vs'j Fund J A Atkins
and W J Bramwvlll to laootat money.
18, Elmore flt Saiilsiru vs Q Q Mm ii et
ill, (ol'et Insure of mortgage.
21. F B Dunn vs Johu Belshaw; to re
25. G V Ehtvegeu vs Chns Baker; to re
20. N.I Fitch; assignment.
IT, S H l iiiudly vsT J Lindley; to re
W, II li Gilfry vs W R Oilfry; foreclos
ure of chattel mortgage.
III). Ab. Goldsmith vs Chaa Baker; to
31. O. Ho sen vs C J Jingeuseu; to re
32. Peter Ilarpole vs l-.llal'elli A. Ilar-
Uole! suit for divurce.
S3, Maiy E Mounts vs S R Mounts; suit
a I. Titos IfeKenai vs Elnnr Palmer;
to e cover money.
M E .1. Met'lauahan v G W Montgoin
en ; to tecov. r money.
37. E. A. Mulei vs I) It Miller to recover
3d. Win I' Iii ed va t has Haker; to re
W, Hatiie ,xi siniin vsin j ritcn; to re
40. Thompson, Dt Bali A Co vs Pritch-.HA-
Vorkutrl 10 reoOTwr nn.uey.
41. Cora Freeman vs 0 Houghtou; to
set aside deed
42 k N Whatltl vs Lucas II Wheeler;
suit foi itiworott
43. Qi o s Waabbarna n Jno Feldervert;
to raaoTi r atone,
41. J D Matlock vs Z Hall; to recover
40. Louis Salomon vs Frank Adkina et
al; to recover money.
47. Bumiii Wilbington vs Stephen Wilb
iuglou, suit for divorce.
48. Gilbert Bios vs Muttie V Carter; to
Ill R B Hayes vs R M Irving; to recover
GU. Frank Sutter vs W A aud J A Purdy
to rccovci money,
52. Frank Sutter vs W A Purdy; to re
53. Elizats th Conser vs E L Pritchett et
al; uit (or parlitiou.
M 'i w Dunnieki admr. of eat. of O.
11 Oley, daod, vs W M Otey; to recover
6o. McCluug k Jobusou vs J F Mulkey;
to recover money.
56, Fiuuk Sutter vs E C Larimer; to re-
coy. r noney
57. J M Sloan vs T J Duiitou, to recover
,s J J Jackson vs J W Foster; to ro
oo,i r umii' V.
N Frank Suiter vs (J W ('uiiterbury; to
CO- Olive Darling vs A Strome; suit for
02. Slaver & Walker v J W Bullmer; tu
rtcover in no y.
IS, Si. 6. Pi ingle vs A Smith; to recover
Ml. .Ill V.
111. West l)e Peat Agricultural Works vs
J E Butlel ; to Ii cover Iliouey
05. Stavtr A Walker va J 1. lJaiigiieny;
to recover dmmm y
00. Frank Suiter vs T Billiuire, to re
cover inonev .
07. John Bach vs N Feldervert; to re
08. Mary E. Phillips vs Jno. K. Phillips
suit for divorce.
9, A. V Peters vs W. H. Kauoff et ux
to recovi r money.
7(1. L D Hcaibrougb vs Isuac Lane; to re
cover inoin v.
71. Sinih Johnson vs Albert Johnson
suit '.or divorce.
72. J. C. Ooadala vs T J Plaster et al
confirmation of sht rifl ssale.
73. V II Dunn vs I J DuntOOilO recover
The gentlemen interested in the B i Ulver
.,1 mum I ... an- ..n. r.isiili'lv -iieii y cue re
turn- f." in rock sent to ran r raii.isco lor te
iluctioii. The ris k was tak.-n fnaii the luunel
in tl.' ' 'r..e. u ii, 111. ill points lioin III to 100
feet from the mouth of tunnel sa it was found
"Ii the dump witleait any particular selection,
'in. ton of the Mail was sent a"'! the retin-ns
show a little over .:W nearly all g"ld wilfa
little silver. I his is the first fair test ever
Bade of Blue Kiver roek, and we are not a.ir-pri-.-'l
that the gentlemen ill the company feel
W'-ll over it as the result shows their conti
dwice was let mi-.la ed. This news will give
aa ivpefQB to geoeine penapaad work in that
district Tber. are i Lai hi l-ss many uiore val
uable bdges there, but n little picking on the
surlace I all tlial Ii i. t ecu tuuie t.. ninny in
them, tteeajairas that trmnais ahoohi Is- nin
and the mine, opened b-fore holders of letlgei
can . xieet any U-netits.
Bbokk Jaji. Young Tripp the race rider,
who waa held for an assault with a deadly
weapon iu the Yamhill county jail, escaped
: from ctiliflm lie lit Tuesday alt. ruoou at 6
o'clock of last week. Soma one paaaed him
in a monkey wrench, and be took off the
bolls that held two iron bsrs across a hole
that had banal uiade by a previous escap ,
gnuig him ihe opportunity to lake leave of
the sheriff Hi. bail waa $.'.000 and he could
not have been tried until Decemla?r.
Hups. The boo BMW of Laue county is
l-ii.g rapidly shipped to market. Buy. rs
report ibat the qualily tht year is above tbe
average, although many samples are deft fi
ll, on oi '-oiiiii of tin- bops being overripe
wh i, DK-ked. Hereafter grow.-is will have
to maki certain arrang. menta lor pickers
I. lo.ebaii'l if they with to preserve their
crop iu good condition.
Att.xaa M. GiiktKK.
I M Mil.
It cauit ihe sereuade.
Public rht toricals this week.
We are confirmed bachelors--Hovey and
I think Ihoso boys must baYu suult tho
Name of luu Park was proposed for mem
"Cuuiiect me with my glove," is the now
way of say iug it.
If you want lo know ihe use of a diction-
try, ask Hunt and Luiina.
Miss Etta 1'. Moore will soon enter Ihe
Poitland Buslines Colli gc.
Mis.es F.tta Levis, E-tePa Bracken and
Leila Hughes are elected EiltaxiaUS.
This signing by proxy is a bright idea, ea
pecially il ihe proxy pays the dues. '
W, nolictd Rev , Mr Woo.ldy, all alumuUB
of the O. S. U., iu town this wtek.
"Cap has sworn not to walk with a girl
till atl.-r Christm..s. Happy girls!
There have been a large uuinla'r of ab
senci s ou accotiut of sicklies, this week.
Every pleasant afternoon President John
sou may be aeeu out riding IU quest of bis
Tim Eulaxian comiuillte on refurnishing
ihe society hall has been instructed lo be
up mitl tlmng.
I lie Lniirean editor promises Prof. John
son that he wnl not be sick rtgulatly on
Tuesday auy more.
The Eutsziuns will give an open sssion
iu Villaid Hall ou ihe Hi. I Saturday 'iu No
vember ibis u no secret at all.
Our esteemed contt mporiiry of Ihe Lau
rent! column ha. a kn u lo w. sc an alidiv. r
la.tii g pt rsislt hit. So thinks nur secrt lary.
Conundrum in Cicero class: Why ia
George like Cicero? Bi cause they utilher
one ever read Ihe New Tesl.metil.
Editor Eulaxian Column: Pb ase inform
your raadifi that I wrote part of thai poem
myself. Josiiii G WaiSftm
We die. rfully insert the follow iug caid al
though we do not nmiiiiU'i having iiaiiicu
l irized any poem to whioh he can refer:
The student, who spelt two hours and a
half with President Johnson last Friday af
ternoon must have found mm good company.
There is a n w and un at ixquisite poem
just out by F. A. W , lull It is copyrighted
ami we Welt not aide to obtain it lot publi
cation. The Y. P s. c. E. social at ib P reeky.
leliall chuich last Salinday i veiling Waa at
tended by a goodl) number of students who
reported a pleasant time,
Tom Rols'ris surprisi d ('amp No. I by
arriving laal Sunday night. He was not
i Xpected so soou. We are glad to See him
A yoni g gentleman keeping baehelor'a
hall on Kiev, nib Street looks simply lovely
in a new Mbtoidefed lamulrv apron, the
gift of a bitly admiier on the same si ee.
Mr. Jess.. M Wis. was in Engine Tuea.
day and Wednesday of Ibia wt ek mid made
the University a short vi-lt I hat the hand
shakes he receivtd wm- heart) goes without
Those Lniirean banners, or ImiIoih, or
whatever may tie tbe name, with uhieh thfl
si n nadcra beat time, Mi- Sharpies has hud
incinerated. She is carefully preserving the
ashes in the slovo.
If it were not for Messrs. Patterson and
Kubli, uhal should wcdii for items! Just here
we want to remark I hill Clyde s minis make
such good blackboards it seems as if they
must have lieeii made specially lor 11.
What's in a MUM." Much every way.
When the Eutiixianesses in assembly assem
bled, elect a Pr.siileiiless: Seen tsryess,
1'reitsuieri ss and Sergeant ess at Arms, theti
will they elect also an "Editress - and not
The Latin Grammar class are learning to
spell us the following goes to vhow: Prof.
I Mr. W , 1 tlllUK you may spoil pigerri-
lllils Mr r-l-g, pig, -r. piger, r-i.
piggerri, ni-u s, plgemmna. (lime ocou
pji d was tin. en minutes.)
Prof, and Mrs. Condon went to Portland
Friday morning, and Ihe professor promised
h s classes that they need not recite again
until Tuesday. For some reason they re
Inroad IMnrday, and now the Prof. say
thai it is a poor welcome home he gets, to
come and Olid every one wishing he hull
stayed and sorry to see him back.
The last debate of the Eutaxians was on
tin. aaeetinn, ' Rest.lv. d, that Ibdcigh's
fate was justifiable " Affirmative. F.lva Gal
loway, Emma If rris, Ansa N iii.neris; neg
ative, Jessie Park, Ada Sharpies, Nellie
Siiodgtuss. After staling that il wa Ihe
most equal ib bate she had t ier been called
on lo decide, Ike chair rendered her decia
ioii in favor of the nfthiuative.
Mr. Shnmlirook. who has been boarding
ul Mrs Oabam'ekft rather sndihnly tbe
other morning. Among a few scraps of
cipher, the only things be l it King around
ihe room, wit. one, hu h b- ing nit' rpreted,
rends: "Our Silver Mine. If you said to
write to me, address my letters like thie;
B. F Ibambrooki Dnpijoa, Douglas Co.,
On gon. U. S. of America." Has he "struck
Subjects for composition next time are:
1st Divsion: The Slory of Tennyson 'a
Elaine. t)ur Ship Building (Commerce and
Navyi, Industry of Sir Walter Seotl; 2nd
Division: Siory of Ivunhne, U-ea of Gold,
Providential Elections; 8d Division: An
lOOOOnt of Daniel Webster, Sources of Na
tional Wealih. Cats f Iron; 4th Division:
An Account of Longfellow. Uses "f Silver,
Evils of Immigration; Blh Division: Autumn
Das iu the Country, L'.es of Copper. Some
thing alsmt Lust Vaetion In addition to
these, the subject, Oregon's Miaiag Inter
ests has lieeii given to all the divi.ious.
The Eutmiaii patty given t'V Mbs Sbar
plea last Friday evening was a tb IfaklfOl sf
f iir as . very one sgreed. Th girls began
to come rather earlv iu the vi mug and tho
stream tsintinned till the pailor oVrrtVoWea
ami two rooms were coiulortably till, d, Af
ter some time sfhit in playing various
games, Mrs. Sharpies deelal d a rearaa in
order anil dainty refnshnients were served.
Under the nest onler of business,
the paibetic atmy of King Solo
oinon'a Wise Dog was uffectiugly lold,
arid the memla-rs bad a "breeay ' lime
aith provtrbs. The merriment was at its
h' ight aud pen nnta were just bting passed
when a jingle at tbe gale rose to ibe sir ngth
of a aereiiade It was caused by boya. They
came I .a d. fully io, when invited, and with
marlyr-llke reaignation suffered th, uisehea
to 'h b-d to the supper table Meanwhile)
with ibeir Im ttnraen'l an orrheatra of fon
pieces was improvised by tbe Eubtxiana,
i hu.iii Emma braveli undertaking the cor l
net. It must have Is en later than il seemed
for some thought it time to adjourn,
and so the girls said s relnctaut gtaal night
promising ihrmaelvta tbnt tin y would not
soon f-.rget this unique and enjoyable even
ing. Tbe next day some of the refnsl, menta
I were scut to tbe .auctnm of our nuber edi
1 tor with the compliments of tbe Eutaxiana.