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clniiui-li ShontH Himself mid
DeU10cr.lt, Feb. IHili
, , I)""'' Geoige S.ttniurMi,.
U"' V??L TMa Illlr-V. ' EngellO
Siliinurhli, f Huh
aifcJ'VT. . (he depot Mr. Saltmarsh
t1 1, Democrat man that bis wife bud
aio !nd nave biin Ibe particulars of
" nbl ' which were, boiled down, thut
' I 0V liiiu, lint loveil h'.iiim one
believing that they could nut be
WP'r.... i.irh she diJ on the outgoing
kTf:.-siortv.twod..ys lifter their
' She wait to buv week to decide
"!" ' i. wnulil rturn and live with him
"? V. nt believe she would do. lie
11 was more tbttn be could Bland, and lie
11 1 off nnlil the end of tbe week, a bi'
11 hroken tip. OiherwiHfl they had beeu
. iZtber. Last Thursday be went to
v mi it w br, almost maddened by his
j. He found u,'r lharu! a'H0 the 5""8
w .bo was at the bottom of tUe ,rollblt'1
"lliiul ouly receutly beeu married himself.
Saltmarxh induced bin wife to return to
VihTt nd they came here together on Sat
.Z Giving op oil hope of reconeilia
? . he made up his mind to end both of
f , KM buying a Smith A Wesson revol
,38 calibre, ou Monday for that purpose,
lut evening jut' before 9 o'clock ho
tj (or fail molher'e home, showing the
reiver to mme friends and remarking that
UMjaoiug on a journey. Going Into, the
kuToD Second Btreet be told bin wife and
,l,er that he had concluded to go off unci
1 rgVe for California in the moru
L His wife, 'ur jUBt wnft' cause i uu
toLi. lushed bareheaded into the Btreet,
4wl along Second street. Young Salt
Ttib followed her, catching up with her
I (tout of Mrs. C. Lee's, when be mud :
Lola. I'"1 E'B8 ,0 kl" J""1-"
ght faced him and putting ber hands on
lij Moulders said:
Don't shoot me, George, don't.'
Then be raised the revolver and nervously
nulled the trigger. The bullet struck Mrs.
Ctoisrsh's left ear, piercing it from in front
I(H m tbe tlesh back of it nud she reeled
a tie mlewalk more from fright than injury,
to wound being ouly a slight oue. The
pjotyooDg man then turned the revolver to
slight temple and a bullet crashed along
tobrtio, just breaking tbe skull and enter
ing itont t quarter of an inch, leaving it
jjboul two inches from where it first touched,
ailing tbe skull with tbe brain, which
(oied klijhtly from the wound. He leaned
ipigniniit a tree, when Mr. John Scbmeer
RKUftl 01U1 iroill uin iivcijr nmuio luiuio-
iMj tflerwarils, and ou being questioned
id be bad shot himself and Lola, and she
mid only live thirty minutes. At the
linn of Ibe trngedy Mrs. Riley, mother of
in. Saltaiurali, was standing near, having
Miod them into the street. Young Salt
ufth was taken to his mother's, where he
th attended by Drs. Wallace nud Mastou,
ml Mrs. Saltmarsh to MrH. 0. U.Lee's,
then Dr. Ellis attended ber. On the per
roof tbe principal to the tragedy was found
1 bottle of laudanum, with considerable
(oat, and tie was undoubtedly under its ui
huceat the time of tbe shooting. Tbero
mtlso found a note on bim, which we are
unpermitted to see, which stated substun
tally, "To night I am going to kill myself
tad Lola, eto ," which showed premedita
tion. Ur. SaUwamh Wan 21 yU at ud has
Wn in the stove and tinware business for
rntril years, receutly being associated with
lb. I. G. Hopkins, to whom he Bold his in
Imtt on account of the atTuir,
Tbe case is a very unfortunate one and
amliius some aggravating circumstances,
ltd ta well suggests several thiugs in the
utter of marriage.
Tbil afternoon Mr. Baltmarsh was lying
n a semi-conscious condition. The wound
lubeta dressed. Whether it will prove
kltl or not depends mostly ou tbe matter
el iolaiumation, anil hence the outcome is
ucerlain. His chances for recovery, lire
The Gc.iUD leiirns that the priuoipuls in
Ibeabove Irugic occurrence were nmrried in
tajetie, Dec. l'J, lhMI. Ttn-y w, ut at once
to Albany ami fur a xbort 1 1 1 1 1 . livid happily
iataid. Aliout tbe lait ( Juiiuury jlrn.
Miimanh in company witu a young iniin lv
Ike name of Mark M. Lou, cn'uie to Eii(jeiie
md took rooms at the MiumsnU lii'i.l,
tUimiug to be hulf brotbur and siMer. The
n)iiious of 1 he proprietor. Mr. Johnson,
maruiistil l,y iliiir uctions, nud they
e required to leave the house. They
ibea took quarters at a private residence.
Mining the relation of husband and wife.
Ikii Mate of affairs lusted severul days until
Mockado on the railroad was raised,
win Mr. Saltmarsh came upon the first
tan. Long skipped out and Mr. and Mrs.
wlmarsb, accompanied by the wife's moth
,eutback to Albany,
long stopped in Eugene Beveral weeks
fcnig tie winter and pluyed a clarionet m
Htmgband. Three days before the mar
olMr. and Mrs. Saltmnrh, upon u-r-ftnid
imperative solicitations be went to
0) and married a girl whom it is i-aid be
JW betrayed, then came back and attended
vedJing of Mr. and Mrs. Saltmarsh. His
yisibihty for the unfoitunate tragedy is
lye. heavy one. lie is said to be
"JW to Mr. Saltmarsh. Mrs. Saltmarsh
resided at Harrisburg and Coburg for
T kJj"?' aB(1 in El,8ene tot a 8nort tlme'
lad always borne a good reputation.
)llnlar8h died Thursday morning at
jj1' Green Gay, of Siuslaw, was in town
kkJi ' tne week, and from
"''rn a tale of hardship aud suffer-
Swen ,P the reoent Aooi- GerR8
aWolfp 'mily livin8 oa tbe 8Uutl1 Bille
feti. ?.T.re!lk were driven from their home
aaTrfw, !(le Wlln fcnt little food and
Their sufferinc for food
tsuwi . K Ulzm8 '"at they killed tbeir
?! fc H ,be Amh wi'lmut salt or bread.
wkiL usn'ed to cross the
bba. - .. . . p ... ; .. .
1 aiariea in the snow for a neigh-
,' l0 miles ftiulnn, l,l u,...
--.usiea mat they would have p.
M not the neighbor fearing for th
itn.i)ri.,nff,'red 8reat loS8- H'8 barn
T p Wftre completely demolished,
jwenoe wrecked, himse'lf and family
aruwS?10!8 witu ,he'r Iives, and his
bich had cost years of toil was
W wthdrUt anddebris.
H Itxb.e. 0. Eccleson, engineer
fc Jf!e 5g making a survey of
enii, Strin8fid to Cobnrg. The
"Iw u. m!r 0a8 been examined for ft
T' tnd ,n railroad bridge will be
r.U T?1 nt'7 yards below tbe wagon
4 " rumored that the road will be
a standard gunge tbe coming suin-
,wZIt.8lem' 81 t1ook' bolel,
iOt Fn Feb- 1830, J. L. Hend
V 10 Miss Retta Moore, of
un kfTv c'00 officiating. Tbe
. w ,or
"erdeUyed iu ccnsumuiatiou.
Ut,CClT-Ta Engene club that
fonl0?1 of lhe Louiii. lottery was
Cl"' th8lt drawing. They
t) J, o
j 200 cords seasonal wood
iJr. j00'' foot aud Hi inches oak
(ik i!2lr" ' 'esidencp, aoulbe int cor
"Wbmb struts, Uugne.
nT". Nl,,fM. -It.rtiett pw
H AiirZ, .'tP: rhnf anii'appU
lSwTi,M:oickeiodtl!4;s at SWdett
I'sa Albany fl,mr, U ! the bwt
ir.l. i, City Plow, at Chaniners A Son'.-
Sliced ruars 81. per lb at Sladdeu ,t Son'
Va&y t;,1,"tU"n Umu- K"'l"'ef JuiIk.
I'-urniKhnd rooms In to, fn.ait at ibis
Tail,, syrup only aioK.H.,,, ht S;u,,(1
Son'T' Um ,",rro at Chamber's 4
.t Son"1'''1 ,,I,""H 20 B' fr M M Sla,W('n
Ask yoUr grocr for Junction flour.
conveues one wek from
Dried pluitis .' c-ntH p,.r imnnd
in 11 & Shii'h.
ieiuers report s.inll ,!,. f vuhntiues
Goldsmith pays the highest cash price foi
Oliver l'lows, chilled aud steel, at Cham
oers & Sou s.
EpRH, 25; butter. 23(ii.3U; potatoes, $1.23
Get a lovely glass ciwtor for 73 wnts at
atf Miiuniuiiu He
fin nii.1 a. .a L .. 1 i-
ot n . , " unui uermnnUft ware
A flue line of silk jplnshes in all shade
null (51HUU8 Bl i . iJ. LUUD g.
Go to Goldsmith's and got 1 lb 0f best tea
un vuum im p0l ail lor SI.UU.
, Golden Agq.rolling harrows and seeilers.
Cbauiiebs .fe Sox.
For cheap building lots east or west of the
uuiiu cai" on ut. HUelton.
The bridL'e loss
llAan Ajh'nit.l 7d Aua '
lust think! A fine tea ant nf Kr. nl.
only $4.00 at A. Goldsmith's.
Hot aud cold baths evnrv .Inv In ti, -t.
. T IT ... V. 7 . " '
' a vii j Horn b Darner snop
i reston wants von to noma nA u 1.1.
sauuies anil Heavy team harness.
C. Man. Darber Shon
First door north of Duiin'g new block.
Several persons left Fridav
search of bomea in the Siuslaw country.
Mr Geo F Craw has the sole agency for all
urmiiii 01 vne ceieorateu lanail funch Curar
Uefore storms or sollinir vnnr il BAA A
v.rcierB. Uleau Ubevalier bar nvwanlnit
E. C. Lake, marble cutter and dealer In
monuments, Bbop on Eighth street, Eugene.
Ladies Kiel and Peb. Goat Shoes from S2
a pair upwurds.at the sto.e of 0. E. Krausse.
Tnre prescription goods at D. C. Harri
Bon's Palace Drug Store, Odd Fellow' Tem
ple. Bring your old scrap cast iron to tbo Eu
gene Iron Foundry where you can dispose
You can buy mens French kip boots, hand
made, at $5 a pair, of O E Krausse; war
ranted. Prescriptions filled at the Palacb drug
Btore, in the I. 0. 0. F. tomple, at all hours
day and night.
A rumor is prevalent that a young saloon
keeper of this city will soon put on matri
"Under the Laurels" was repeated to a
fair audience at lthinehart's Theatre Thurs
I have just received from the East over
$2,000 worth of cloths. Suits made in the
latest and host styles. J, Davis.
Those lamps we told you about a few
weeks ago are going fust.
Richard Mount, practical saw maker,
repairs all kinds of saws. Shop corner of
Ninth and Oak streets,
Enquire of your grocery dealers for Eu
gene flour, a home production; best in the
market at 05 cts. per sack.
When yon want a delicate and lasting
perfume, cull at I). C. ILirrisou's I'ulaco
DniLj Store, Odd Fellow's Temple.
Turner Oliver, a former student in the
State University, Is 11 candidate for the po
sition of County Clerk of Union ciunty.
Try our six inch Slopes They are made
hy w hite la'ior. IVu for 20 cents. Reason
alle ledui-tion to dealers. Eugene Cigar
1,'in Clci'ver, a brother of Clif and Elmer
nf this city, was appointed Register of the
U. S Laud Office ut l.a Grande but Tues
day, by President Harrison.
A Portland dispitch of Feb. 18lh Bays
that F. P. Mays, tbe newly appointed V. 8.
district nttoinev for Oregon, ushiimed the
duties of bis office that morning.
Henderson the dentist has returned fully
prepared to attend to all difficult cases of
dentistry. Office in same old quarters, up
stairs iu First National Bank block.
East Orrgonian: Messrs. Jacob Frazor
aud 11. Alexander were appointed adminis
trators yesterday of tbe estate N. K. Frazer,
deceased, which is valued at $100,000.
Take warning all you farmers that have
summer fallow to work go and get one of
Paine's Boss Cultivators, Bnd stop yonr
fooling. The Boss does the biz and don't
you forget it.
J. D. Matlock has just received a full and
complete line of Huts aud Caps of the latest
styles, which he is Belling at astonishingly
low prices. Go and see them, and you will
Dr. W. V. Henderson has returned from
Chicago, where be took a course of lectures
and instruction in the latest methods of
dentistry. Call and see him at bis office if
you are in need of work.
As I have purchased a large stock of cloth
ing I will sell my toys st a Bacrihce. Prices at
wholesale in order to make a clearance sale,
ai I am crowded for room. Call early and se
cure bargains. E. Baum,
Sunday Welcome: Tbe Eastern calf who
first bleated Wsshingtoniann in Oregoniana
should have been butchered in Montaniana,
cremated in Arizoniana and buried 100
fathoms deep in Iiidianaiana.
A course of lectures are being given at
Union, Oregon. The following persons,
well known in Eugene are among the lectur
ers: Marion F. Davis, L. J. Davis, Turner
Oliver, A. J. Hackett Bnd R. Eakin.
Tbe county commissioners of Marion
county have appointed A. Bush, W. II. By
ars and P. H. D'arcy as viewers to make an
estimate of the cost of rebuilding the Salem
bridge. There is strong talk in Salem of
making a toll bridge.
The great majority of bo called cough
cures do little more than impair the diges
tive functions and create bile. Ayer'a Cher
ry Pectoral, on the contrary, while it cures
the cough, does not interfere with the func
tious of either stomach or liver.
Let quality, not quantity, be the lest of
mediciue. Ayer's Sarssparilla is tbe con
centrated extract of tbe best and purest in
gredients. Medical men everywhere recom
mend it as the surest aud most economical
blood medicine in tbe market.
O merchant, in thine hours of E E E, '
If on this piper you should CCl.
Take our advice, aud now he I I .
Go straightway out and advert III,
You'll find the project of some U t t,
Neglect can oTer no ex Q Q Q.
Be wise at ouce, prolong yonr d AAA,
A silent business soon d K K
asiiem pniUdelpbi Sunshine.
The phenomenal!?) enterprise of the On
Ron.. i during the leeent flood
noted. It made no effort whatever to send
Us mail by any other than the n.ual chan
nels. and then when communication was
fir t tabl.sbe-1. San France Examiner,
,, to the fib were rece.veJ m tugen. and
Or.rniHn.oftbe3d and 4 h. When t
comts tu raking iu money
tort the Oregouiau tales the lead u enter.,
Clear days aud frosty uiglit.
Se additional locals ou editorial vm.
EK Ihj, lotiu-r 23 to 30o. potatoes, $1 23,
a ki)ii many immigrants are arriving
l onimisMoni rs Court one we, k from net
t-miik IliHigkm, the rutliii; iusuruuie
g' iii, was tu town Friday. ,
Until Jial lory Is reported as wanting the
in puoi 11.111 uomiuutiou tor I ongrciia.
It is report) that a laud slide at Kitsou's
springs covered tbe Bprings aud the swim-
John C. Lea ure is said to be a candidate
for State Senator of Umatilla county on the
T I 1: ! I . '
The Oregou IVltlo is making active preii
srutions to rcsumo work. A train aud fifty
iui-u imve goue 10 ine ironi.
All pssseuger trains betweeu Rmuburg
anil Portland are running on time. Freight
iiains are running irregular.
Miss Nora Simnsou is a luckv woman
She lias sold the 80 acres of public land she
aconireu near Astoria lor f 13,000.
R. J. Kennel, who clerked for M.-flmir, I-
Johnson last summer, is now a clerk iu tho
nig Hotel at lscoma, Washington.
- Mrs. Chss. Overly has opened the Arling
ion notoi at Juuction to supply the want
made by tbe burning of the Commercial
More money than necessary was collected
lor the foot bridge at the east end of the
Eugoue bridge and one-third of it was re-
E. It. Treutlsnd, posioffico inspector for
in ii uisinci, wiiu ueauiiuariers at 1'ortland
died at Salt Lake City Jan. 27, of typhoid
lever. lie leaves a wue ana one cbild.
Ibe ladies of St. Mary s Guild will meet
with Mrs. Muura at the Hoffman Honse on
Thursday afternoon, Feb. 27th at 2 o'clock.
It is to be hoped that every member will eu
deavor to be present.
Tbe steel cable of the Springfield ferry
arrived here by freight last Wednesday, and
was taken to tho river opposite that city
Thursdsy. Tho ferry at that poiut will
soon be in operation.
Jed Beale, who was pardoned out of tbe
state prison a few mouths ago on aocnunt of
sickuess, since his arrival home in Pendle
ton has greatly improved in health. At the
September term of the circuit court hs was
sentenced to a term of years in tbe peniten
tiary for horse stealing. When pardoned he
was supposed to be dying.--E. O.
A number of the girls met at parsonage of
the C. P. Church. Feb. 13, to organize a so
ciety called the liee Hive Society. House
called to order and opene J by reading and
prayer. Officers elected, President, Miss
Alio Link; Vice President, Susie Smith;
Treasurer, Mrs. Blair; Secretary, Rose
Gardner. Tbe society adjourned to meet iu
two weeks, on hatunlny at 2 o clock, P. M,
Rose Cahdneb, Secretary.
Feb. 19, 1890.
Tbe Alpiue Clnb might find work iu our
There are several on the iudisposed list in
Miss Nellie Uunsakur, of Dexter, is visit
ing iu Goshen.
A. A. Keeney contemplates returninc to
Missoula, HoHtaua, soon.
Mr. Louis Bundy, of Junction, paid a
visit near uosben recently ,
Mr. Will Brannan and wife, of Eugene,
paid tbe tatter's parents a visit tbe first of.
Koscoe Conkling's school closed Friday.
He has now Been red the principulship of
Mrs. E. Dodson, nee Harmes, who has
been stopping in this viciuity for a week or
more, wtut to Cottage drove Monday,
Mrs. Taylor, of this place, received a tele
gram last week announcing tue death of n
son in New Mexico caused by a wrecked
truin, of which he was engineor.
Dr. Thompson, Mr. Roney, P. F. Berk
shire and perhaps several others of Goshen,
received compliment: In the lorm ol valen
tines (?) about tbe 14th. They were beau
We fear the atteudauce at the Teacher's
Institute of l.ane County will be rather
diminutive since it is to be bold on the 21,
25 and 20 of Feb. 1000 or at least that's
what the invitatioua Bay.
Did "New Boy" as he styles himsef, aim
to ch ar us iu his last items? Young man we
Ivise you to look a little out for we feet
that it is not necessary for us to bear your
"upiibness" to any gieat extent.
Now is your cbauce. M. C. Skili.kn. tbe
honest watch maker, has just "struck town"
and is to be fotiud at the City Restaurant.
Anyone wanting first-class work done in tbe
Jewelry or Watchmaking line will do well to
give bim a call. Away down piices for tbe
next two months in Eugene. . .
All persons indebted to the late firm of
Krausse & Klein are hereby requested to
call at the boot and shoe store of O. h.
Krausse and settle tbeir accounts.
A business room on Ninth Btreet, with
rooms npstairs. Inquire of J. Davis the
Died. At bis home on Camp Creek, Feb.
17th, Mr. Deu Siler, aged 19 years, 11
months and 6 days. The funeral was con
ducted from his borne to the J. M. Dick
grave yard last Wednesday morning. This
is tbe fifth death in the Siler family wi'.hin
lhe last Bix years; consumption is tbe cause.
Tbe grief stricken mother, sisters, and two
brothers have the sympathy of a host of
friends in tbeir bereavement.
Died At bis residence in Weston, Uma
tilla comity, Jan. 31, 1800, after a brief ill
ness, W. R. Jones, aged 7ti years, 11 months
and 4 days. Mr. Jones was an old resident
of Lane county, having settled at Cloverdala
in 1851 and afterwards lived in Eugene for
a number of years. He built at Cloverdale
one of tbe first flouring nulls ever erected in
the valley. Every wheel in tbe mill was
made of wood.
Appointkd Scpkhvisob of Cissds. Hon.
John Kelly, of Spriufleld, has been ap
pointed Supervisor of the Census for the
Western district of Oregon. The salary of
lhe position is $1,000, traveling expenses
and clerk hire. Hon. J. H. Shape, of Doug
las county, was first appointed but being an
applicant for register of the Roseburg land
office declined lb appoiutment.
Eat Wild Oats. A sportsman of Eugene,
who while excited is liable to mistake a
Chinese pbeasaut for a duck and slay it,
says that the crops of the pheasants at Ibis
time of year are filled with wild out and the
birds are in good condition. These splendid
game birds may yet be a help to the farmer
in ridding tbe ground of the pestiferoue
PosTOFTici Bkuovid. Tbe Junction post
office has been temporarily placed in tbe
Campbell school bonne, east of the railroad
track, nntil more suitable quarters can be
Moai Lioht. An electric light plant
paused up tbe road Monday bound for the
break in the Cmpqoa railroad bridge and tbe
work in Cow creek canyon. Tbe men will
work day and night.
Lost. A soiaJl white du, anaweriug to
th name of Dick. A suiuble reward will be
paid tot bis return to CUppii' 'd subk.
Weduisday morning wh"U Sberill' Sinn 11
went to the jsil be was aurptisi-d j find that
the six prisoners routined therein, had s
cjped some time durinir the previous niht.
They bad rut through the wood under the
grate, iu tbe rear ot the jail and with a short
crowbar or jiiiiiny had cut and pried out tbe
rock until an aperture of about nine inches
was made through which they escaped.
The jimmy was altout 18 inches long
aud was made by Robert Pratt on a writteii
order banded him by a Isiy of 13 years of
sge, by the name of Robt. Mason. It was
sharpened one end like a chisel and the oili
er to a point, aud was made from a piece of
a buggy spring. The boy eonfossnl, after
the escape, that be bad handed it iu to the
prisoner Sunday night. They were not
couuued in tho evils but Were allowed to
run together iu the largo ronm. Three
luuche bad been prepared and tied iu hand
kerchiefs but with Ibe jimmy were uut taken
Aitcr leaving the jail the prisoueis went
to tbe Eugeue bridge, cut lous a boat le
longing to Patteraon & Miller aud one be
longing to another Prty, and started down
the Willamette. They had stopped at a
house on the Potter farm, four miles below
Engeue, and cooked their breakfast. After
Urwur.ls they were aeon near Junction. It
is not thought probable that they ran es
cape recapture. Sheriff Sloan oilers $10
reward each for their arrest, 'lhe prisoners
Fred Reed, awaiting action of the grand
jury (or obtaining innncy ou false pretenses
on timber land contracts; described as fol
lows: 5 feet, u ineliei, Iiigb, Wuiglit 110
pounds, dark, curly hair, sandy moustache,
long overcoat, striped pauts, aud weius
bju all ciqueet bat; wears ahoH;
Kd Gerald, held for grand jury for rmbez
ilemeut, 5 feet 0 iui-hcs high, weighs 103
pouuds, browu hair, small lump ou right
side of neck, favors right leg; age 23 years.
Fred Cooper, held (or grand jury for rob
bing 0. llodes' money till 6 leet G inches
high, weighs 110 pouuds, light complexion,
110 beard, rough face, regular tramp. Stoop
shoulders, age 21, gray or drab suit.
Josh Chapman, held fur grand jury for
embezzling money of John Isbam. 20 years
old, weighs 170 pouuds, 6 feet high, wears
shoes aud red shirt; aandy oomplexiou.
George Bearrleld, held for graud jury,
charged with laroeny of a pair of shoos in a
dwelling in Lost Valley. Low, heavy set,
dark complexion, little eyes, dark clothes,
age about 20 years, height 6 feet S iucb.es,
weight about 100 pounds.
Wm Putnam, serving a six months sou
touce for exhibiting an obscene picture.
About 20 years old, height 5 feet 6 inches,
red shirt, dark coat, wears boots, weighs
Tbe boy Mason is a son of the former pro
prietor of tbe variety theatre that burned
down. The father was here working with
Reed in tbe timber land busiuess, aud it is
probable that tbo boy acted on his
lustigation. It has not yd beeu de
termined whether or not tbe boy will be pun
ished for the oll'onse.
It has transpired that Ksid is under bonds
in Seattle to appear for the same oflduse and
that bis bondsmen are anxious to secure his
Judge Beau was in Salem this week.
Rev. I. D. Driver spent several days bore
Dr. A. Sharpies was called to Albany last
Tuesday to see a patient.
Miss Emma Dorris 1, visiting Miss Elsie
Bushee at Pendleton.
Dr, D. W. Odell, of Sodavillc, was iu towu
aovoral days this week.
Rev. Mr. Lund, of Roseburg, vibited Eu
gene irieuds last Tuesday.
Mrs. E. J. MoClanuhan visitud her daugh
ter at Kosebnrg this week.
Railroad Commissioner Clow aud C. W
Washburne wore in Eugene Thursday.
E. J. Frazier started for Tacoina, Wedues
day on a Bummous to visit a Bick sister.
D. E. Rice intends to start on a trip to the
l.astern states the first of tbe coming week,
Geo, Scott left last Thursday for Iowa to
work for the Wrought iron Range company
W. W. Brithertou. of S. V. R. R., was in
town last Thursday ut tending to a suit in tbo
S. B. Eukiu, Jr., left Friday morning for
Portland to meet bis wife, who will urrive
from the East in a few days.
Frank Alexander enme home from Pen-
dletou last Tuesday evening. He bus been
sirk for some time but is now better.
Jos Klein will shortly remove to Salem
and take charge of his brother's store, while
tbe latter goes Last to purchase goods.
H. C. Humphrey and George Hayes left
lift Tuesday bight for a visit to California.
Mrs. Humphrey accompanied her husband
as far as Portlaud .
Geo M. Miller started on horseback for
the head of tide ou the Siuslaw Weduesday.
Ha will bring his family out on tbe steamer
Mischief via Ysquina Bay.
Geo. Craw started for San Francisco from
Eugene Jan. 21ih by tbe way of Yaquina
Kay. . tie returned luesduy having gone no
further than Newport. The continued
storms were such that 'the steamers could
not cross the bar. He says thut bis health
is greatly improved by the ocean air.
A Joint BniixiK. We are Informed that
R. Koebler, who is manager of the
Oregon division of tbe Southern Pacifio rail
road company has made a proposition to the
commissioners court of Lane county for the
building ot a joint railroad and wagon bridge
to be constructed of iron over the V ilium-
ette at Springfield. It is proposed that the
work shall be dote tne coming summer. The
proposition will probably come before tbe
court at its meeting tbe first Wednesday in
Flax Sekd Wanted. The Portland Lin-
seed Oil Company are anxious to secure a
large amount of flax seed to run their factory
with the coming season. Tbey are williag
to furnish Dai seed at reasonable rates, to
those who are willini to- raise and contract
a crop of flax. Tbere is much land in Lane
county that Is available lor raising a profit
able orop of flax. For particulars inquire of
M. Hendricks, Eugene, or address Port
land Linseed Oil Co., Portland, Or.
Died. Mrs. C. P. Stratton died in Salem
Saturday evening, aged 87 years. Eight
children survive ber. They are Julius Strat
ton, Horace Stratton, aud Mrs. Augusta
Wbitmore, of Seattle, Mrs. Victoria McCul
ly, of Walla Walla. C. C. Stratton, of Oak
land, Cal, M. A. Stratton, of Oregon Citf,
Mrs. P. L. Willis, of Portland, aud Mrs.
D. C. Patton, of Salem.
A Nabbow Escape. D. W. Delf, tba mail
carrier, bad a cloae call for bis life when
crossing Horse Creek near Runey Spriugs,
on a toot log with tbe mail during the flood.
He lost bis footing, tell into tne creek, and
was carried under two drifts before be re
gained tbe abore. Tbe bridge across Horse
creek went ont during tne Hood.
A Vuofnr.u Railroad Moittoaoed. Tbe
UinD'iua River Railroad it Improvement
Compauy, of Roseburg, has been bonded to
the Central trust sun inveaimeui company.
of New York, for $1,100,000. This is to
complete tba road which will be l3 miles
long and connect witn me Bomnern raciac
Sailed. The steamers Willamette Valley
and Faralone sailed from Yaquina Bay (or
Sao Francisco Monday morning alter having
been bar bound on account of tba weather a
ncmber of days. The bar is in good con
dition with plenty of water.
The Moiawe Loos It U estimated that
there are lu"0 of the Mohawk logs above Hr
iisburg that can be got into the river at a
moderate expense, farliw are Brgtitialmg
fur tbe logs along tba river.
It is a selling machine advertisement, it is
It is iml an old stereotyped story.
We bie s'ltuelhint! of interest to you,
whether you wish to buy or not.
We have a machine quite unlike anything
else. New principles! new Ideas!
Its name is familiar. It is the new High
You say you have seeu it; you are mis
taken. It is a new pattern ; a new model.
Did you ever see a sewing machine with
only six working parts? If not you never
saw this new machine,
The old method of (ceding from below is
entirely done away, aud all tho complicated
machinery couuoctcd therewith taken out and
di-.pcused with. No nuichiuory underneath
to clean or oil.
The new method does not slop at soutns,
but steps evenly over them.
There is only oue tension to regulate. No
holes to thread through.
It is a tuecLunicul wonder, yet uo more
interesting for what it is, thuu for what it
Edison said a few jears ago: 'Although
sewing machiues aro considered quite per
fect, the sewing muchiue ol tbe future will
so far surpass tbein that vonr machiue of
to-day will be laughed at.1'
It is the only machiue having steel roll
bearings for its needle.
The only machine having a suppoit for
the needle after it leaves the needle bar.
This "New Davis" is as (ur ahead of tho
old machiues as tbe telephone is ahead of
tbe speaking tube.
iou cuu t corapri ootid it. urn wou t
believe it unless yuu come aud see (or your
self. It will pay you (rum curiosity. Wo
lire so much interested in this ourselves that
wo are anxious you should see, know, tell,
nud help us get theso (nets Mure tbe people.
We nay again, come and see, whether y ou
wish to buy or not.
Ladies, come; tailors, come; mechanics,
come; experts, come; everybody come and
see this new model machine, aud learn what
it will do.
Why is Ibe Davis the best?
Because, with the Vertical Feed tbo
pressor foot is always raised from the fab
ric wbeu tho (eed takes place, and presents
no rrsistauce to seuim or ridges, and the
needle being iu tbe labrio, moving with tho
Vortical Feed Bur on tbe goods behind the
needle, makes the stitch uniform iu length,
aud renders it impossible to full one piece
while tbe other is stretched. For the same
reasons the machine is capuMu of sowing
elastic goods, making a smooth and flexible
Beam with stitch alike on both sides, also of
sowing any uumborof thicknesses without
basting, operating with equal facility ou the
heaviest us well as the lightest fubric.
Because it is light running, simple in
construction, and has a less number of
working parts than any other machine It
has the greatest number ol practicul attach
ments (or doing every desirable Btylo o(
work, all automulio iu their action, ami
made of of tho Best Materials, iu tbo most
workmaulike maimer. It will do a greater
varioty of work than all other machiues
combined, aud is the acknowledged pioneer
and leader in sewing machine decorative ait
For sale by Barker's Oun Works, Eugono,
The Junction Kltp.
Junction has experienced another disas
trous blaze, whereby $10,000 was lost in
smoke and tlamc. Our sister towu should
have adequate lite protection. It costs no
moro first thau last. Tho Pilot of Feb. 20lh
gives tho following account of the fire:
Last Saturday morning about 1:13 o'clock,
fire was discovored iu the Commercial hotel,
between tho ceiling of the kitchen nud the
Btugo in the opera house. Tbe fire had
gained conBiderublo heudway before it was
discovered. Tbe (lames spread rapidly 11s the
building was of a vory Intlaintnalilo nature.
Voile a number ot gmmt-i were sleeping iu
tbo bouse, souie of whom barely escaped by
grabbing their clothing and running down
stairs. The adjoining buildings were soon a
mass of flames, The wind at the time wss
blowing strong from the south find the fire
was blown direct to the bulldiug of Kiik A
Lee, which stood on the opposito side of tbo
Btreet, and in n very few moments it had
caught ou Urn and was reduced to nsbes.
For a lime it looked as II the entire row of
buildiugs imrth o( tho Commercial corner
wus djomed, but (orluuiiloly after Kirk &
Liu's store caught the wind changed to the
West.. Advaiitiint' ivhs taken ol I bis, mid II
sluing bucket in icmle. was brought to bear
on J, IV. Kirk's barber shop which stood
soiiin thirty reel away, and by bard woikit
was saved tiiul lhe progress ol tho liio was
Very few things were saved from the hotel.
Kiik Sc Lie saved about oiio-foutth of their
stock, mill the po.-.tollbo effects, which wore
considerably dumaged by the rain which was
pouriug down dining the time of the fire. I.
A. Mills, editor of the Pilot, who hud rooms
tip stairs iu tho rear of Kirk Ac Lee's build
ing lost nil his household eflccts. The fire
is suppoaed to have caught (rum tbe kitchen
flue of the hotel, Tbe losses ns near as ob
tainable at present ato as follows: Commer
cial hotel building and fixtures, $1,000; Kirk
k Lee, building, fixtures and stock, $1,500,
insurance, 1,000; I, A. Mills, household
goods and valuables, $7iVJ; 8 peer Sc Parker,
saloon, $1,300, iusurauce, $1)00; Prof Camp
bell, oil paintings aud silver ware, $250.
The hardwaro stork of J. W. Starr, and
tbe merubimdise stock of U. M. Jackson,
were greatly damaged by removal. A heavy
rain fell during tbe night and np till noon
ou Saturday which produced a good i-flol.
Hud it been dry nothing could havo saved
tbe remaining buildings ou Front stroei
north of tbe buicl. This fire Is the first that
Junction bos had of any oonsequence for
some years. It is thought that brick build
ings will be built to replace tbe ones burned.
Real Katate Transfer.').
Catharine Cbristiau adinr. to John W,
Christian, 2 lots in Christian's addition;
EE Cleaver to ? E SucxLjrass, lot In
Chaver'a addition; $1100.
Laura F Walker to Thomas Gilbert, lot in
Shelton'i second addition; $100.
Geo II Park to L R Livermore, 2 lots in
Shaw's addition; 5H'0.
Henry B Baker to Gilbert F Mack, ICO
Arthur Jones to 8 Y Abbott, 80 acres;
R II Hill et al to II N Hill, 320 acres; $1.
J B Hill et all to II N Hill, ', interest in
320 acres; 2,o00.
MAE Smith to W and J Lackey, 140
Clifford McCain to B Verpan Barto, ICO
U S to Clifford McCain, 1C0 acres; $W.
E E McClure to If N Hill, 320 sores, $1.
J P Daiigberty to 11 N Hill, 320 acres; $1.
J W Beau to V A Guyun, ', iuterest in
13 .25 acres: $1100.
Robt Gritfiio to W II Bidler, 1 lot in
Shield's addition; (550.
Robt Griffin to W E Griffin, V, lots in
McFsrland's addition; 170" 1.
A McAlexander to M II Harlow, Jr., 80.20
Jus. II. McFarland heirs to I. M. White,
Robert Griffin to Win Lincoln, 2 lots In
Shield's addition; f 150.
J F and and C G Spoer to Sarah Laflcrty.
2 lots; $1.
W A Cox to Lizzie M Miller, M iu Chic.
go addition; tl.
Hons. From a circular bauded n by H. I
II. Friendly, we learn that the acreiye of
bope in Lane county, 18sJ, amoon'ed to 615
yielding 3,012 bales, averngim? 1,400
IU to tiie acre; iu 1V4-I tbere were il'i aeres,
yielding 4,i,42 bales, averaging 1,360 11 to
Circuit Court Docket. ,
Tho following is the docket for the Circuit
Court, which convenes in Eugene on Mon
day, M.irch 3, 1800:
1 State of Oregou vs Aurou Lurch; ob
taining money by false pretense.
2 State o( Oregon vs Aarou Lurch; for
jeiy. 3 JohuRachvs Jacob Derzbach; tore
4 F It Dunn vs E J Stiuit et al; confirma
tion of Sheriff's sale.
5 F It Dunn vs J W Alleu and Jesse Cox;
tu recover money.
0 E W Goodcbild admr rs Frank Crouch
et ill ; to declare iK'ed void.
7 J W Majors vs R Marple and J M
Howard; Settletiieut o( partnership.
8 Philip Hefiier vs D L Butler; to recov
9. David Moscby vs I) Hamlin et al; con,
Urination of Sheriff's sale.
10 Josso Sovorn rs Lauo county; to re
11 L 1, Perkins vi Lester N Riley; par
tition. 12 Lincolu lliizleton v W It Gilfry; to
13 Amelia A Smith vs M O Smith; suit
1 I R W Marple, assignor rsT A Milliurn
assignee ; assignment.
15 J I Case Threshing & Machiue Co. vs
Win Hollandsworth; to recover money.
10 S II Christian et al vs A C Duuu et
17 W L Dyslngor vs L Bonoy et at; fore
closure of Mechanic) lieu.
IS E W Goodcbild vs Fannie aud F J
1 riiUeb; foreclosure ut luortuiuiu.
10 Alice Uuilley vs H-mry Guilley; suit
20 T G Hendricks vs Joshua McGhee;
to recover money.
21 Tilmsn A l toward vs S N Howard and
Ira Allen; fur possession of real property.
22 A L Hutbin vs Eugene Fiuu; to re
23 J D l'lurtill vs Amasa Smith; to re
21 Jacob Hutlery vs S T R R Co; to re
25 Calviu Kennel vs Yokuin I'ldall; fore
closure of mortgage.
2(1 , C C Lyons vs Lauo county ; appeal.
27 Rufui Rswlins vs Lane couuty; ap
28 Geo M Miller vs J W Duneiiu et 111;
to reform deed.
20 S Meeker v L R Childs; to recover
30 David Moseby vs J W Yaughanotal;
confirmation of Sheriff's sale.
31 Miller & Hopkins vs Geo II and H
Barrett; to recover mouey.
32 Kate K Parker vs flurry Scbrader; to
33 Fobe E Shoukuiler vs G II Forrest;
to recover money.
Ill Jos Sommerville ct al vs W F Men
denbiill et al; partition.
3.i Board of School Laud Commissioners
vs J S F.ckers ot al; confirmation.
30. T E Wuruor vs lluniiiah Lewis; con
firmation, 37 Frauk Whipple admr vs W W Shoit
38 I.ittlelleld A Haskell vs Smith Lum
bering Co; to recover money.
30 E Stewart vs Lane county; appeal.
-10 Thomas Gray vs J A Straight ot at;
41 H N Hill vs Margaret Darnuille etal;
specifio performance of contract.
42 W F Reed vs Jos Rruuuor; to recover
43 J I) Harrill vs Crawford it Fuller; to
41 J CUoodulovs Frod See; to recover
15 Hawley, Dodd & Co. vs Elias Chi
Chester; tor leave to issue execution.
A t'unnory Proposed.
A meeting of citizens was held in Eugone
l-rnlay morning and preliminary talk had
looking to tho establishment ot a cannery in
Eiigeuo. W. II. Abratui proposes to put his
plant and property nt a reasonable figure
into joint stock company. In a few days,
after plans aro formulated, our citizens will
be called upon to subsoribo Block and help
thn etitorpriso along. It is only by united
effort that necessary mauufacturiug enter
prise uiay bo secured for our town, aud it
should bo realized that to support our in
creased growth and population, means
should bo provided by which the surplus
labor can bn employod, besides giving
later residents uu opportunity to earn
A ruiiuery would give employment to
many laborers, besides making a market for
farmers and gardener iu which their pro
duce can bo sold. Whatever is done, no
time should be lost, as contracts with grow
ers must be made so they can know what to
depend upon, uud be able to furnish the
necessary produce lor the cannery,
StrppoHKD to 11c Lost. Chauncey Dalo,
an old mau of 07 years of age, was on tba
mountain In tbe liluo river mines when the
last of the other miners left there la Novem
ber, and intended to spend the winter. It
Is feared that bis supplies have become ex
hausted. Mr, Hatch, another miner, started
to climb the mountain on the last day of
December. As I bora were 7 inches of snow
at liluo river at the time and it snowod hard
during the duy, it is supposed that he per
ished. Ila was an old man and it is thought
was not equal to climbing tbo steep moun
tain. A rescuing party consisting of John
Hixon, Jas. Wycoll', Sir. Finn and probably
some others, culoulutod to make an attempt
to reach llio lop of the mountain this week
and find out the condition ol the men, A
subscription paper has been circulated in
Eugene to partially compensate thorn for tba
tiresome trip. It is thought there is 20
feet of snow on the mountain at present.
A Soocessob at Last. Gov, Whiteaker
will give up the office of Collector ot Internal
Revenue of the district of Oregon and Wash
ington on March 1st, and will thereafter
make Eugene bia borne. His resignation
has been iu the hands of tbe President for
the past year. A Portland dispatch of Feb.
1Mb says: The bond of Milton Weldlcr, re
ceutly appointed Collector ot Internal Reve
nue for Oregon srd Washington, has been
approved, and it is announced that be will
take charge of the office March 1st. He has
made appointments as follows: Cashinr and
chief deputy, A II Morgan; deputies for
Oregon, E S Pieroe, Geo N Fawcett, Nathan
Langell. For Washington, A A Putnam,
Tacouia; J A Toad, Spokane. Clerk, F M
Wodsworth, Benton county, Oregon,
Hohool Census. P. J. McPherson is tak
ing tbe census ot tbe Eugene school distrlot,
the regular clerk Geo. Craw having been ab
sent at the time tbe census was ordered.
Mr. Mcl'hersou it taking the town by streets
aud at tba same time is making a careful
enumeration of ull residents so when tha
work is completed we may expect a reliable
and accurate estimate of the population of
Eugene, as Mr. McPhcrsuii is a cureful and
painstaking usst ssor.
Damaoe Suns.- Mrs. Emma Miller, ad
ministratrix of the estate of Jack Miller, and
W. A. Guthrie, administrator ol Ibe (state
of E. Q. Guthrie, nave brought suit against
tbe Southern Pacific railroad compauy for
$5,000 each, in the U. H. courts, Tba per
sons whose estates are represented were tba
engineer and firemen wh were killed in tba
railroad wreck at the Lebanon Junction last
Mt koKS ix the First Deobee. The third
trial of "Sandy" Olds lor tba murder of
Emil Weber ended in Portland Tuesday
after a long aud exhaustive examination.
Tb jury otur being out fimr hours returned
a verdict of murder iu the first dtgrue.
'Lone Hot.L-'W." Numerous subscribers
who have swiit inquiries to lbs Gi ard con
cerning tha serial story, "Lone Hollow,"
will find it continued in th present num
ber. Fob Sale. 1,500 fet of assorted lumber
for sale at a bsrgain. Inquire at Krausse's
boot and aboe store.
Column of tho Eittaxliiu Society
Hurrah for the Laurcan Society!
Oh! what it is lo cat taffy and peanuts.
Composition wore read in class this work.
Miss Anna Crain spent Sunday with ber
parents in Junction.
Misses Mary Collier and Edith Koarus
visited society lust week.
Miss Mintilo Jaggor has relumed lo school
utter a week's serious illness.
Tho "t'niveraity canal" is caviug in its
batiks and looks dangerous.
To-morrow is Washington ' birthday. Let
us be patriotic and celebrate!
The Juniors are rovicwing beat and mag
netism, preparatory to etnniinatinn.
Oh, for the balmy days of spring when
the boats aro ouce more launched on the
One of the young ladies of tho Sophomore
class seems to bo diligently pursuing the
study ol "Art."
Notirc-The young lady with black hair
and auburn eyes who was lost on the ove of
Feb. 10th is found.
At the last meeting tho society was hlidily
entertained with n recitation by Kats Hop.
kins snd a reading by Ethol Huuter.
Tbe frieuds of Mr. Ed. Gore were thrown
Into a state of anxiety last Saturday when
they heard he had taken to the Woods.
Look out for tbe Eutaxiau Kazoo Band
iu the future. They are faithfully practic
ing and will soon be prepared to gi've a pub
Those who attended tho Congregational
Sociable had tho pleasure of hearing a whist
ling duet well rendered by Mr. Carson and
Oue of the Senior young ladies has ev.
deutly turned over a new leaf, for sho was
seen with her bible nuder her arm all Mon
rrofessorof Thysiology: "What fa sigh
ins?" Student: "Sighing is the road that leads
to the niiud."
Wo are sorry to learn that one of the
ladies of the house ot Camp No. 1 has born
ill for tbe past lew day, and another in
mate ot tbe same bouso has been troubled
with one ot her "iuclsors."
Ifastudent'a bliss consists in receiving
letters from home there ought to be a great
deal of bliss for anme students, if reports
are correct, concerning tho number of let
ters that were received after the blockade.
Little boy to his mother: "Ob! ma, look
at all those strangers standing on the post
Mother: "Oh! those aro only some ol tha
Seniors with their stove-pipe hats on."
The sociable given by the Endeavor of tho
Episcopal and Cougrrgutional Churahes, on
Friday and Saturday eveuiugs respectively,
were largely attended by Uuiversity stu
dent. All express themselves as hav
ing bad a vory pleasant lime.
We congratulate the Laurcan society upou
tbeir good corps ol officers, Bnd bopa they
will have a successful term, We alxo wish
to welcome Brothor MuDaniuls (0 tbo jour
nalistic sphere and hope ha will llud it as
pleasant a we hare found our.
Mis Lucy Gnroutto, the editor-in-chief,
has left school on aocouut ol wauling to at
tend the Teachers Instittito, after which she
intends to teach. We are vory sorry to loss
her from our society, as the is one ot our
best workers. We wish her success and
hope sho will lie able to be with us next year.
We discovered last week a very touching
Soem written by tha pen of Souior Green
old, but we have too much feeling for tho
reader o( this column to publish it. We
have it eugruved on wood and as soou as we
can secure, a frame, we will hang it in our
office, where it will he on exhibition and any
0110 wishing to Bee it will be allowed that
The election on last Friday aftoruoon at
the Eutaxiau Society resulted iu tha follow
ing nuuiHil officers: Pres., Liunia Anetta
Holt; Vice Pres., Huttie Inez Dunning;
Sec, Estolla llracken; Assistant Seo., Palis
Chance; Trcas., Myro Norris; Editor, Eva '
Harrison; Asst. Editor, Ada Wood; Marshal,
Although the edltor-iu-chief Is not in her
office this week, yl wo are working bard to
fill her place. ith the aid of our sister
Eutaxians we hav succeeded In obtaining
a few items, but on account of delayed mails
our material for making up item is limited.
W don't wonder a bit that the editor look
caroworn when she gett through ber term of
office, and if ever we recover from the effect
of this week's responsibility we will never
run fur the office ol Assistant Editor again.
Tu Doa Tu. Eugone was in an excited
state th first of the week ever tho dog tax
question. A dog bolongiug to W F Reed
was canght by tbe dog catcher and placed in
pound; be forcibly released it and was
arreitod for resisting an officer. The trial
was commonoed Mouday, but the city
authorities concluded after a more careful
examiuution ot the ordiuuuee that it would
not take effect uutil July 1st, and the de
fendant was discharged without trial, The
dog law should be made a striugcut one.
Many ol the our are a nuisance aud have
more rights at present than the citizens.
Acquitted. Ward Dougla, the insur
ance agont, wa tried at Walla Walla Feb.
10, on tha charge ol raping Miss Bessie
Turner. Douglas admitted having bad
criminal intercourse with the young lady,
but claimed she came to bis bedroom tor that
purpose. Other evidence-corroborated him,
and the jury after being out 25 minutes re
turned a verdict of "not guilty." Douglas
admitted having traveled under other name,
but claimed it wss when he was a railroad
dotective, aud that it was necessary.
The Road Comi-anies Wim. The suit
that have been pending In the U. S. circuit
court ol this district for the forfeiture of the
lands granted to Tbe Dalles Military Road
Co., and the Oregon Military Road Co., the
latter ol which atarts at Eugene and runs to
the esstern boundary ol the state, has been
decided by Judge Sawyer In favor of tbe
Road Companies. This will be unwelcome
news to many settler along the routes of
these so-called roads.
In EaDTTiox. Tbe Salem Journal has
some startling new. As Mount Jefferson is
not visible (rum Eugene, it i probable the
report is without foundation. lh Journal
of Feb. 1H, priut this dispatch from Eu
gene: "Partially clear views of Mouut Jeff
erson obtained about noon verify tbe state
ment recently made, that tho mouutain is in
eruption. Column of smoke were seen by
Newsfapee Cuanoe. Iw A Mills has dis
posed ol bis Interest in the Junction City
Pilot to Messrs Morin k Buck. The first
named partner ia lately from the east aud is
said to nave bad considerable experience iu
the newspaper business. Tbe retiring edi
tor mad as good a paper ot tbe Pilot a
could be expected in a limited field.
Watted. Two agents, ladies or gentle
men, to canvass tor a useful household
article; agents who have bad some expei'u
no prlerred. Good commission. For
further information address E. K. Warde,
MueioxtBY Mekttno. Instead of the reg
ular services at ths C. P. church Sunday
evening at 7 o'clock, there will be a Ladies
Open Missionary meeting. AH are invited,
MABitirc At the Court House, in Eu
gene, Peb. 10, 1'tO, by E. P. H. n 'erson, .
t, Mannit bouibeiiaud aud May Eiimlt.