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CITY AND COUNTY
HATl'KDAY. ' SEPTEMBER 2n, 1830
After this aale en oniiuery nonces, resolutions
i ...iKft cards (il thanks will laM'li.rxi-d (or
ht rt of nvo cents ht Hiiu for linariiou
1 "p.led August
Burned to Death.
The following acconut of lh death of Mri.
Elliott. daughter 01 Ueo. uilllcao, nf Wal
irrville. il taken from the Scio Press:
Thursday afternoon Mra. Elliott' baby
h-jug sick, aba did Dot go to tba bop yard,
but siayed in camp and was busying herself
about oauip work. In passing around tbe
camp nra ber clothing waa ignited. She bad
unelied tbe burning oloth for soma little
lima before sue disco veied it waa ber own
clothing tbat waa on Are. She tben atarted
in tbe tent to set a blanket to atnotber out
tbe tlamea. At tbe tent door abe met ber 18
months old baby, and even' at tbia exciting
moment tbe aafety of ber cbild predomi
nating over peraonal pain, abe took it and
placed it out oi nanus way, a tew feet dis
tant, and then returned to tbe tent for tbe
hlsnket and rolled herself therein in tbe at
tempt to amother out the dame tbat were
by tbia time blistering and crisping her
flesh, tibe rolled tbe blanket aiound aa
well as abe could, but the agony ahe waa on
.lxivoinii waa so great tbat ahe threw the
blanket away and atarted for tbe bop yard
near by all toe time screaming lor nolo.
Tbe first peraon abe met wag a man, aud
nf course sue went to btm for he Id,
He luviug uo other means of extinguishing
tbe tire, commenced throwing dust on the
burning woman. Other help arriving the
uuforlunate woman's burning clothing was
torn Irom ber, what little there waa left by
this time, and was conveyed to ber tent by
kind bands and word sent for tbe doctor and
hr huaband. who waa at Lebanon. Uoon
elimination Mra. Elliott proved to be liter
ally roasted, with tbe exueption of ber arms
aud face. Her aboes even were burned to
crisp upon ber feet. Mrs. Elliott, whose
age is but 23, will leave a huaband and a
little cuiiu out aooui 10 monies oia. ibey
bad just moved from Crook county, Mr. El
liott going to near Lebauon.
September 18, 1890.
Bop picking in our locality is thing lot
Mr. J. D. Hampton has returned from tbe
Mr. Benj. Moras, Sr., of Creswell, is vis
iting relatives near Goshen, .
Mr. W. L. Wheeler and family made rela
tives at Irving a visit lust week.
Mr. J. C. WiUon will make a visit to his
old borne in tbe "old country" soon.
Mr. J. B. Sellers, of Pleasant Hill, goes
to Salein to-day to attend tbe state fair.
Mr. II. E. Callisou bus rented Mr. 0. M.
Dillard's farm. Mr. D. will move to Eu
gene. The way buildings are being erected in
and arouud Goshen certainly iudicates ac
tivity. A Mr. Carpenter and family have moved
cu Mr. J. C. Wilson's farmhaving rented
Ben Keeney, while hauling rock down a
bill, let bis team get away from him, result
ing in an upset and broken wagon.
Mr. Wis, Stewart moved his bouse in tbe
village some twenty or thirty feet first of
the week in order to get it on his own land,
having erected it partly on tbe land of some
other person by mistake.
There is quite anumber of applicants for
the Goshen school, but as Mr. Hampton,
tbe chairman of ihe board has been absent,
no action bas yet been taken toward the
employment of a teacher.
We recently slated tbat our postmaster
bad to attend to six mails daily we should
have said ten, as there are five exchanges to
be made, which, of oourse, in each case re
quires the handling of two mails. Mr. Ho
ney receives as salary tbe amount of pos
tage canceled which averages about $100
' A work by some forty of tbe moat eminent
scholars of our country, Pres. F. A. P. Bar
nard of Columbia CoL, N. Y., Prof. A. Guyot
of Princeton CoL, N. J., Theodore D. Woolsey
f Yile, Asa Gray the Botanist, Alexander H.
Stevens the Historian, Prof. John Le Conte of
the Univ. of California, etc., eta, contains re
liable information on every conceivable sub
ject. It will answer more questions satisfac
torily, in the departments of Agriculture, Bi
ography, Botany, Chemistry, Education, En
gineering, Geography, Geology, History, Law,
Literature, Mechanic Arts, Medicine, Music,
Mythology, Natural History. Physics, Physi
ology. Keligion, etc, etc, such a arise In the
1'ractical affairs of every day life, than any
other work of reference.
It is endorsed as the best by nearly all of the
greatest institutions of learning in our land.
Among the local indorsers are Hon. Matthew
P. Deady, Bev. Dr. C. C. Stratum. Bev. Dr.
A. L. Lindsley, Hon. E. B. McElroy, and
For further particulars address C. C. Brow
tr, State Manager, Astoria, Oregon.
The West, September 13.
A new ohnrch is soon to be built at Glen
ada. Tbe new hotel in Glenada baa been com
menced. The sahnon cannery of Meyer & Kyle rep
reitents a hive of busy beings just now.
Married At tbe residence of the bride'a
mother. Mrs. E. Morris. Sept. 7th, Mr.
Robert T. Bernhart and Miss Alice A. Mor
ris. II. H. Fisk. J. P., officiating.
The steam schooner Mischief left on Fri
day for Yaquina, carrying a largi number of
passengers and freight, among which were t
cumber of barrels of salmon, salted by Ja
cobaen and Bertram.
Millinery and Dressmaking-.
To the ladies of Eugene and vicinity: The
Misses Brumley & Stafford, who recently suo
ded Mrs. McNail in the "Temple of Fash
ion," have removed to Willamette street, bet.
7th and 8th, where they bare added elegant
dressmaking parlors to their millinery store.
Miss Brumley is now in San Francisco select
ing a fine line of fall goods. She will spend
several weeks in one of the leading millinery
and trimming houses of San Fran, isco, famil
isriiing herself with the latest fashiona and
tyles of trimming, before bar return to
Choice Laud for Sale.
A tract of 130 acres choice land within
mile of the court honse for sale aa whole or
in tracla to rait purchasers. Further infor
astion by application to B B. Cochran on
'b St.. Eugene, or to J. O. DT, Cor. Olive
good span of mares with harness. A
bargain. Inquire of B. F. Keeney, Go-
Deessmakino. Mias Learned and Mrs.
Fanny Wbiteaker have taken rooroi in Mat
lock'a building, where tbey will do dress
mking in all tbe latest styles. Cutting and
fitting a specialty.
W'asteb Fifteen hundred dollara; will
Psy ten per cent, interest per annum and
nre the loan on first-claes mortgage. In
tfest payable semi-annually. Apply to
Gs o. B. Domm.
Ton Sale. -Two eottagee and three lota
"bin threw blocks of the Geary school
onae. Apply to W. Schemata at Bettman
Boa. -To the wife of Robt Cheshire, at
"rains, Thnrartay, Sept Uth, a son.
HoLtowar-WAti-Hto, l k-, .ltwri.ur
SPECTACLES AND Muslf.
See Preston's single harne...
X'se Albany flour. It Is the but.
Carpets at Day 4 Hi-mbr-on's.
Harne. and ante oil at Pre. ton's.
An endless amount of WMi at Preston's.
Wm. Preston's Harness is the best
The warehouses are rapidly filling with hops.
Mail to the Hiunlaw three iim a week
Walton3' n hrmK K,1'l"ire"' J,"'-.'
Ask your grocer for Junction flour. It is
A beautiful decorated teapot for r.c at
Two new arain cleaners at the
me btghest cash price will
wheat by F. B. Dunn.
be paid for
Wm. rreston has had a now tm roof put
on bia brick building.
Forest k McFarland are shoeing horses
ior i.sj eacn c.vsh.
Day Henderson .11 l,i,nli. i .11
ainaa cneaper than ever
- . niiuiiiiii tr, UK
Geo. Cronr has boon
J. L..:.. . " --!""
uyuij nuenu iuis wecx.
A One line of silk nlnshea In nit
ana graaes at t . o. Dunn a.
Hot and cold baths everv dm In tti u.v
.it . - - -v -v --
erry norn a oaroer shop.
rreston wants von In pnniA antl aa hia
sauuies and heavy team harness,
W. Hollowav. tbe leading lewder and
munis nouse soutn 01 l'ortland
Mitchell just got in another car load of
stoves, tie is making- them fly.
Have yon still not vour eve on tlm Iwan.
tiful "acre-villas" in Fainuonnt?
Smith k Hall hi nnr,hw,l n. r..('l,,.,
n t..l: : . "
a, uunnson warenouse at the depot.
Bring yonr old scran cast iron to tbe En
gene Iron Foundry where you can diejiose
For fine snits made to order and readv
uiwiB ciuiuiog, go 10 unnaou & son
Go and see the most beautiful Annarinn
An nare just arrived at uoldsmitn s.
C. Marx. Barber Shon and Bath Rooms.
first door north of Dunn s new block.
Bobt. Clow, of Junction, will exhibit bis
One cattle at tbe Southern Oregon Fuir.
Mr Geo F Craw has the sole strencv for all
orands 01 toe celebrated Tamil runca Cigars
Watts, the watchmaker and jeweler will
give yon bargains on anything in his line.
Before storing or selling your oats see A
V. Peters. Clean Chevalier barley wanted.
E. C. Lake, marble cutter and dealer in
monuments, shop on Eighth street, Eugene.
Wild geese are already inking their flight
southward. A sign of tbe ne.ir approach of
The stores of our Jewish merchants were
generally closed last Sunday, it being their
Bring your grain to the Eugene Mills.
They have recently added two excellent
Two new houses have been erected in
Fairmount and quite a number of applica
tions for lota have been made.
Just arrived from tbe East, the lovely
Queens Frosted Ware, tbe very latest de
signs at Goldsmith's.
J. N. Blair is now a bridgs carpenter at
Prineville. He has n contract for a $101)0
bridge for Crook couuty.
Wright's Red Crofs Cough Cure guarantee
to give satisfaction. W ill cure any kind of
cough or cold. Sold ly all untwists.
Midglev A Tarker have the largest stock of
doors and window in Eugene. Factory one
block east of the Eugene flouring mills.
Ennnire of vour arocery dealers for Eu
gene flour, a home production; best in the
market at $1.00 per sack.
For the larcest assortment of cook stoves,
ranges and heators and the loweat prices go
to Mitchell's Mammoth Stove Emporium.
Seattle recently sold $200,000 worth of
school bonds to run 1!) years, ut G per cent
interest semi-annually, lor a premium 01
Hon nirkinu about finished. Larae num
bers of pickers from tbe west side of the
county psssed through Eugene on their wsy
home this week.
To make room for a large stock of clocks
and silverware, I will sell violins, guitars,
banjos, accordeons and autohsrps at cost.
J. O. Watts.
Mra. Ellen Brnnnan was committed to the
insane asylum at 8alem last Saturday. The
form is mild and it is likely that the patient
will be mired in a short time,
A meeting nf the WCTU will ba held at
Congregational Hall on next Wednesday at
t.rnonn. SeDt. 24. at 2 JO o'clock. Members
are expected to be in attendance.
Dr. G. W. Biddle my be found at his
residence on Olive street, between Fifth and
Sixth streets one block west nf the Minne
sola Hotel He ia prepared to do all dent
al work in the beat manner.
Brownsville Times: O. D. Ntcbols, who
purchased a tract of land Irom u. r. nsr
vey a month or so ago, has his new resi
dence nearly completed. He has moved
his fsmily from Springfield, and will make
this his future home.
William Sayers and a Mr. Higgs, two par
ticipants in 1 f love prize fight at Pendleton
recently, have been convicted of prue 8gb
ing and fined $1,000 each, the lowest penal-
ty. They Will Will UTOUjr .jimi- .
jail for Borne time to come.
Cbss. E. Lockwoon, loimeny u. &..Kru,.
has been appoiuted Aasistsnt TJ. b. Attor
ney, with headquarters at Portland, with a
saiary of $1,200 per year. Besides this sum
he receives an additional salary from v. S.
Attorney Mays. .
p.nrfl.tnnE Oreeonian: Ihewneatpooi
of the county grange, which at Inst accounts
aecreeated 100,000 bushels, is gradually in
creasing in size. It is being joined by .
number of farmers who do not I b on 10 the
grange, and have not yet sold their wheat.
Brownsville Times, re i . ia.
Nichols, son of O. D. Nicho s iving nbont a
mile west of town, iet.rn.ed irom r.ngen.
Wednesday and is now lying quite sick at
his father's. Dr. C. D. Osburn. bis attend
ing physician, fears he will have su attack
of typhoid fever.
Why. time is money, ana money ,uu ....
u,t by bnying your clotmng, suins. u.
boots ind sbo., or anything you need in
nfemen'a line of E. Banm. Neve. 'before
httVA RUCn DBrKBlu. "
lie as time, are hard and money la scarce
Und price my ggjM J- -bat I
W E. Bacm
p.!n.villeEevifw: On Thursday a man
arrived here whose knees .re so affected
irrivru u' 1,;- Una ttr rmt
that be canDei siraiKiurii r r -
i.M to '".ground and - compelled to
na wooden p'gs on which he waist, i-n
umt pirson. so .micted. this man
.0 kTfcr. living, and yesterd.y ws. work-
ing at bis trade, repairing a imiiam ... -or
Ed White, at which be em, .0 be quit,
.inert A man who is so nnfortonate .nd
KwbbS inpport bimrlf by work is
11 iUed to considerable credit and should be
V. h .11 who can si" " Pi"J-
Everal month, ago Mr. Henry Plummer.
StTmed V-W J
N bs. dsgreeal . riW M
followed wo... " r"-,, I
Honrs .ie rk-.nl.
10lera and Di.rrt.ia I.emedT-
insuntaneous, and no a's.g
K Manarm-' Tr.d. To
eota.C.1- For aalebyF. M.Wiiaina.
l'mtou'a WliiMs are fins.
Job work at the Gcsau olBce.
Vndiu sliings, 'JO eta wr set at Watt.',
Public school rommencel next Mouday
Lap liotw. ami Dtutera In all shades at
1 rest, in a.
tanned ork corn, 10 cent per can at
r or correct time and the best work go to
hues, slippers, the best of toot wear
.1 ivtunan a.
Oil Cloth, Carpets and Shsdea at Day &
Goldsmith pays the highest cash price toi
Screen doors and windows for aale by
Aiuigiy ,t farter.
A pension has been granted Wm. F. Gray
01 utne county.
Tbe Western Washer is tbe best. Mitchell
sells them at only $4.
A knife and sriwors grinder is plying his vo
cation on me street..
A set of decorated plates, pink or brown,
or Joo at Uoldsmitn e.
See Preston's svldles. No trouble for Pres
ton to show his goods.
For a good honest watch that will keep
nine go to lionoway a.
Sheriff Nolsnd and deputies have been hav
ing a buoy time this week.
A new line of handsome glass casters just
received at uoldsmitb a.
Tbe front of the I. O. O. F. bnilding bas
been painted and sanded.
Wooduawing by Wm. Moore. Leave or
ders with Craw at postoffice.
All kinds of mill saws and files for sale at
Richard Mount's saw sbop.
The provident man ia now storing away
hts winters supply of wood.
E. F. Chapman is bnilding a dwelling in
the western portion of town.
The Superior Stove still leads them all
An immense line at Mitchell's.
Go to Forrest k McFarland and get yonr
horse shod new. lor f l.'A cash.
Hops were 43 cents at Gervaia last Satur
day, and 40 cents in Polk county.
Call and see tbe splendid organs just re
ceived at llolloway a jewelry store.
RemeiuWr that Hanson & Son have the
best selected stock of clothing in town.
Mitchell'a $7.50 "Darling" cook stove
sells like hot cakes. It pleases everybody,
SlaiMen t Son will pay two ('!) cents a
pound for all silver and Italian prunes deliv
ere I at their dryer.
Come and exsiuiue Forrest & McFarland'i
"stocks" for shoeing wild horses. Sbop 8th
street, went of Lane a paint abop.
Two new grain cleaners at the Eugene
Flouring Mills. Tbey will clean your grain
making it a merchantable commodity,
A large assortment of wall paper just re
reived at the Eugene Book Store. Call and
The $.1.00 W. T Douglas shoe for sale by A.
Hunt. Unequalled for durability and excel
lence. Hop picking Is abont finished for 1890.
The yield bus been abont one-half an aver
W. llolloway is by common consent tbe
lending jeweler and best watch maker south
Marriage licen.es issued: Edgsr E. Brat
tiu and Alice Vincent; Frank Dinges and
Iluttie A. Suover.
You can buy goods cheaper at Goldsmith'!
than any place in town. He pays no store
rent nor clerk hire.
A horse race took place last Saturday on
the old fair ground track. There Vaa only
one fight; no arrests.
Eugene is growing eastward, Springfield
westward, aud tbe center of this coming
large town ia called Fairmount.
Nigbtwntcb Witter captured aeven head of
stray rattle tbe first of the week. They came
from the Smith farm, formerly Belsbaw'a,
The Lane County Pomona Grange meets
at Irving on tbe fourth Saturday of Septem
ber, 1800. Mrs. A. J. Nighswandcr Secre
tary. Dvsinger hsa received a consignment of
pn tons of assorted glass, and ia ready to
fill all orders for glass and sash with dis
patch. A brief descriptive article of Lane county
will be found on the first page of the Guard.
Send the paper after reading to friends in
A number of subscribers, who have prom
ised tbe OuAtiD wood on acount are request
ed to deliver tbe same at an early a date as
Wben vnn want to make - your friends a
handsome present at reasonable prirea get
some of that lovely wedding Art uiatsware
For mnsical goods of all kinds and the
best quality go to Holloway'a. All the
musioians in the city recommend bia aa tbe
best place to buy.
Don't you want a nice lot in Martin a Ad
dition near the new Public School, 1200 to
f.m, with fruit trees. Apply to Geo. M,
Miller or U W. Martin.
Gervaia Star: Wake np, everybody. Old
Lan6 ronnty ia actually going to have a new
jail, and it may be in the ages yet to oome
that she will get a new court house.
W. llolloway has just teenred tbe agency
for this district for tbe celebrated tnnsio
bouse of Lyon k Healy, of Chicago, and
can offer tbe beat bargains in organs on the
A son nf Mr. Jacob Mitchell fell on tbe
street last Tuesday evening in an apoplrptic
fit, and was carried into Osbnrn's drug
store and medical attendance summoned.
He soon fully recovered.
Charley Sladden had an exoit ing runaway
Wednesday evening. His black bane took
charge of the cart and after rnn of several
blocks left him in tbe alley adjoining
Wm. Bensbaw'e residence. He waa not
hurt, but tbe cart'wss badly damaged.
The Odd Fellows' cemetery should be re-
moved to tbe knoll just south of the Mason
ic. Then some dsy an electr 10 road will tie
built to tbem, tbe water company could rnn
their Dines out there, and the cemeteries
both kept in good condition, and Ihe "graves
kept greeu. Advertisement.
T.a.t Fridsy David Hug and wife, an aged
couple of Summerville, waa thrown from
wagon. Mr. Hug was instantly killed by
utriking bis bead against a tree. Mrs.
Hug's bit arm was broken and one of her
feet badly crushed Tbey are old settlers
of Vnion county.
Prineville Beview: At tbia season of the
rear most Derwns want to lay in a anpply
of armies for tbe winter, but so far no win-
! . . . r (it
ter (rmt nas neen urnogni to moeTine iuia
fall. At least 500 bcshela of good keeping
applea rould be sold here at $1.50 a boabel,
wbirb would be a profitable Income to some
enterprising orchard ist who baa fruit for
A sure cure for tbe wbisky habit: Dr.
Livingston's Antidote for drunkenness will
cur any case of tbe liquor habit in from ten
to thirty days, from tbe moderate drinker to
tbe drunkard. The autidote can be given
in a cup of coffee witbont tbe knowledge of
the poraon taking it. Tbe Antidote will not
injure the health in any way. Manufac
tured by tbe Livingston Chemical Co.. Port
land, Oregon, or from Osburn k Cor, Eu
gene Ollie Itobinson. Baker Uty teamster,
hsd au almost miraculous escape from death.
Going down a steep bill driving six horses
attached to two wsgonslosded with lumber,
the brake gave way letting tbe welgnl ot tbe
two heavily loaded wagona down upon tbe
bor-s. Coming to a turn in tbe road tbe
bor were forced through a fenoe down
bigb embankment. Kobinson was eom
plrtrly surrounded and covered by bmkeo
wagons, crippled horse and bnge pile of
green lumber, but be escaped with some
ugly cots about tbe head and (ace and some
bad bruise on tbe back and shoulders.
Dsy X Hcndersou's fur Furniture, Carpet
Tbe Eugene public school cuiumence
Go to Watts and get jour niu-iml iuntru.
tueuta at cost.
Wm Killiugsworth is building a $15,000
residence in Albina.
Some Arab peddlers, tnou nud women,
were In Engeue tbia wet .
A large number of 1-sue county people
attended the State fair tins wrek.
Wm. Moore will saw your wood promptly
Lesve orders with Craw at tbe pontotlloe.
Two (2) rents a pound is the price that
Sladden ,t Son pay for Silver and Italian
Fisher k Watkins, Friday morning, received
a new meat cutter from Chicago. It ia made
The sporting men fell bard at the State Fair
Werinewlay, from all .accounts, iheoiiuuie
talent took the money.
Tbe ladies of St. Mary's Guild will give a
dime social in the Parish room on Fliday
evening, Sept. 2Mb. All aie invite d. ,
Detmtv U. S. Mandial Sinnott tok Jas.
Datnphier to Portland Thurxlay morning on
the charge ot giving whisky to Indians.
The Gt-ARD office Ibis week printed 25,000
copies of tbe Lane Comity IL m, a teal es.
tate journal published by the Line County
Laud k Loan Co.
A rivil ra,ie waa tried before .fustics Kinney
I ant Tuemlav, in which Mr. Schooling waa
plaintitl ami J. ('. Ooodule defendant. A
judgment for $."!. K.' waa ien tlx plaiutilf.
Senator S. B. KAin. Jr., and Kepreaenta
Uvea E. P. Coleman am) J. I'. Jennings have
each written the Oregonlan expressing their
belief that Oregon should bs granted a censua
The residents of the west part of town are
considerably evercised over the establishment
of a house nf ill fame in that - section. ' War
rants were out for the arrest of the two inmates
The regular me( ting of tbe Y. P. 8. C. E
of the Christian church will begin at 6 p.
111., Sunday the 21st; subject. Patience
Text, James 5:7-12. All are invited to at
tend these meetiugs.
Just received by F. U. Dunn, direct from
tbe factory in New York, tbe finest line of
seal plnxb saqnes and stockinott jackets mis
side o! I'lirll-inil. Iuw styles aud cueap
Call early aud get your choice.
The Y P S C E of the Congregational
church will give a "welcome social" at their
ball on Saturday eveuiug, Sept, 20th. All
students, young people and Endeavors of the
town are cordially invited to te present.
Eugene Simpson snd Miss May Mclntyre,
both of Oysterville, Wash, were married on
the 14th inst. Euircne Siuitaw.n is the oldeet
son of Sam L. Simpson, the Oregon piet.
Everybody knows Sam L. Simpson, son of
Hon. Ben Simpson, who owned the old saw
mill at Uneatta, says the lanuina 1 oat.
The State University opened its doors
Monday for tbe admission of studeuta for
the year 'UO-'ill. The attendance is tbe
largest ever known (or tbe first week, during
tbe existence ot the Uuiversity. many old
students have returned and with theiu new
ones. Every indication points to a prosper
ous school year.
Astoriun, Sept. i:)tb: Tbe liev. O. B.
Whitmore, gmnd lecturer of tbe A. O. U.
W., b-ft for different poiuts in Pacific- coun
ty, Wash., Monday morniug, to iustitute
new lodges, one at Willapa, nee at Aberdeen,
and another at Hoquiam. He will also offi
cially visit all the lodges in this grand juris
diction. A Hop Town. Along the banks of tbe
La Creole aud within the incorporate lim
its of the town of Dallas are four hop yards
that will yield a good crop. The growers
are J. F. Groves, Dr. Ktrkpatrick, II. B.
Plnmmer and J. C. Morrison. Tbey em
ploy, according to aize of yard, 210 nickers.
Each yard bas its own dry bouse and there
is no fooling about the drying; as aoon as
tbe boxes are full tbey must be dryad, or by
standing a few hours tbey heat and spoil.
150 boxes make a kiln and it takes 20 to 24
hours to dry. The yield of these yards will
be not Use than 45,000 lbs. Where is
there another town lu tbe state can beat
Dallas for bop town? Otoerver. Eu
gene ships more hops than auy other Ore
gon town nearly a million pounds in an
average year. Althnngh having but one
hop yard in tbe town limits, there are sev
eral hop yards, within two miles of best,
which yield more thsn all four of tbe Dallas
yards. Eugene is the town that can beat
Dallas (or a bop town.
Emjoinimo. Some time since the Persons
Bros,, lessees of the Linton hopyard, north of
Eumne. contracted their orop to G. W. Hub
bard. Afterward to secure the lienefit of the
advance in price they resold to Mr. Linton,
agent The hope have been picked and are
now the subject nf an Interesting lawsuit. Mr.
Hubbard secured an injunction from Judge
Scott, restraining the owners from selling, Mr.
Linton from taking possession ot the hope, and
truckmen who were hauling tlis hotn from re
mot ing the same. Several of the legal frater
nity of Eugene are deeply Interested in the
Keuovicd. E. L. Applrgnte bas been su
perceded as Indian agent at the Klamath
reservation, bis successor being D. W.
Matthews, of Salem. It appears tbat tbe
churches have control of tbe agencies, tbe
Klamath being in tbe Methodist list. "Lish"
refused to have prayers in the Indian school,
and Ihe late M. E. conference at Grant's
Pass took bim in hand as a subject for
church discipline. Tbey resoluted against
bim, and (bough tbe lime was but tnree
weeks ago, "Luh" has lost bis officiul bead.
Dahaoss AppgAisri). The viewers ap
pointed by the city council, J. C. Church, 8.
H. Friendly and J. D. Matlock, to a praise
damages to protierty owners by reason of the
proxed extension of litis street west to the
city limit reportea namegei aa imiows: iu
Stewart, tl'0; James lluddleston, fl.W; K. U.
Vauuhan. C2Tk Messrs Stewart and Huddle-
ston have tiled objections against the extension
of the street, and the matter is in the hands of
the Judiciary committee. A law suit win
probably be required to settle the question.
Vw Horn The boxes for Ihe DOstolTic
arrived tbe first of the week and will te
o laced in position Sunday. 1 bey will form
a V abape with the general delivery window
at tbe apex of tbe V. Tbe money aud postal
order window will be in tbe rear.. Tbe
freight bill on the boxes was $120. Mrs.
Wasbburne deserves tbe tbsnks of tbe pnblio
for ber efforts to improve the postoflice facil
ities in Eugene. There are MO lock boxes
and 300 call boxes of tbe latest designs.
v. Pn.n Tha fntlnwinp. taken from
il.- n.muul 1 .1 nf tk. Di-int'las Cfiontv conrt.
will be of interest to subscribers at Florence
.iMi.iiv In the matter of the count
road from (tardiuei to Uus connty. W. U.
. ... 1 fit r.
ratterson, ineooore Auurew auu r.u smy
l.nl wa nnrwiinted viewers and E. W. Ao-
plegate surveyor, to meet at Scottsburg,
eept. 9, ana view seiu rouw uu icm..i no
tion at next term.
Smuto Expoagu. Wbil grading a
street near the business part of Florence
last week tbe skeletons of two Indiana,
bnck and a squaw, were brought to light.
Tbe bnck was provided with knife and
two guna, while tbe squaw ws decked out
with e quart of beads presumably (or use in
tbeir h.ppy bnntiog grounds. The remains
tw... riennt. Sheriff Day took an in
sane men by the name of Morris to tbe asy
lum Wednesilsy morning. murni came
from Cottage Grove and bs been a sailor.
He is not violent, his delusions being of
To Balm Judge Bean's, new residence
at Salem ia onder construction. Tb Judge
and bia family will remove to the capital
city about October 11.
WjrrKB. Fifty bushels of good clean
orchard gnu seed, at Goldsmith s grocery
Utal Ktitate Transfers.
J V Atbertou to B C Dunn, lot 1 and 2,
block 2, College Hill Park; $200.
J F Atberton to Sherwood Burr, lot 5,
block 3, College Hill Park; $100.
J F Atberton to W H Walker, lot 0, block
3, College Hill Park; $100.
J F Atberton to Martha Cooper, lot 4, 5
and B. College Hill Park; $300.
I F Atherterton to J It Campbell, lots 7
and 8, block 2, College Hill Park; $200.
J F Atbertou to A C Woodcock, lot 12,
block 2, College Hill Fark;$l.
J F Atheitou to Lizzie N Tbompaou, lot
1, 2 and 3, College Hill Park; $300.
J F Atberton to Margaret I Bilyeu, lot 1,
block 2. College Hill Park; $100.
Klioa Stewart to J F Atberton, 20 lots in
College Hill Park; $1.
Geo Mnlson aud 1) Scott to James E Bond,
', luterest iu lot 7, block 9, Skiuuer's dona
tion, aud o her city property; $5,000.
J F Atberton to James Higgina, lots 5 and
, block 2, College Hill Park; SUO.
Elleu Humphrey to Julia E Knight, land;
Tbomat F Edmnndson to E EJmundson,
interest in 1428.07 acres; $3500.
Joel A Bryan to It B Hayes, 80 acres;
A J Zumwalt to E Q Brigga, acre. $50.
John Chestnut to Oregouian Railway Co.,
3.03 acres; right of way; $500.
J Cbanvin to L N Cbanvin, 10 acres; $1.
Levi Chestnut to Oregouian lUilway Co.,
3.17 acres; right of way; $500
to J W W
alker, 100 acres,
Wm Bogart to Oiwnian Railway Co.. 1.14
acres, right of way; (.Ml.
Ceo M Miller to B F Alley, lot 5. block !;
M L Wilmot to A 11 Hunt, lot block 2,
Kelly's addition; f 10U.
Owing to the non arrival of the seats for the
Geary building, school will not begin iu that
building until further notice. Our contract
called for the seats here the Ulth of the preeeut
month. School will begin in the Central
building Monday, Sept. 22. Pupils belonging
to the A class of the tint s-rode. and pupils in
the advanced grade, living in the Geary school
division, will report to the Princiiukl at the
I entral building next Monday. All other pu
pils in that division must stay at horns until
the (jeary building is ready, 1 he line separ
ating the two schools runs north on lluddle
ston s lane to 8th street, thence east to Char
nelton, thence uorth to Uth, thence east to east
side of district P. M. WILKIN,
Cbm. Board of Directors.
Letters for the following persona remained
uncalled for at the poatofflo in Eugene,
Oregon, Kept. 18, 1BIHI:
Cook, J no VY
Crenshaw, I, W
Benedict, Fred W (II)
llnrrill, 1 hernias
Hill, A ('
Warner, Itev K R
I'aaley, Win II
dull, J W
Hervers, tl H
Williams, I'm! (. i
llotlinan, Robert ('.')
A chat-ire of one cent will Is. made on each
letter given out. Persons calling for letters will
please say when advertised.
Minni Wasuuubnx, P. M.
Strayed fiom the Hill pasture, 4 miles
northwest of Eugene about March, a black
four year old horse, weigba about 800
fiounds, branded with connected A. L. on
eft shoulder. A suitable reward will be
paid for return or information leading to
recovery, to Wheeler Feed Stable, Eugene.
Address Geo. Lytle, Eugene,
A Good Sknd Ofp. We clip the follow
ing item from the Portland Telegram of
last Monday: "The Itev. I. D. Driver, who
was formerly pastor of the Centennart M. E,
church, i iu San Francisco delivering lec
tures on Bible questions and attracting
attoution. He is better fitted for this work
thau anything else. Atone time Ingeraoll
was in Oregon and encountered Dr. Driver.
When he went back to New York he re
ported be had the hardest tilt of hia life
with an Oregon oirouit rider. The circuit
rider was Dr. Driver. There are any num
ber of people in Oregon, who wonld like to
see Dr. Driver and Ingersoll meet in de
bate.'' Tbiid rot Tbispasb G. W. Hubbard,
the hop buyer, was arrestej and tried before
Justice Kinney Wednesday on a charge of
trespass. 11 appears that air. uuupard
waa traveling a private road through Dan
Linton's place north of Eugeue, when he
waa ottered off Ihe premises by Mr. Linton,
II ir refusal to comply with the order result
ed in tbe arrest. After an examination he
was ordered discharged.
Cohinu. Tbe Merrill-Abt-Abbott combi
nation have promised to give their grand and
wonderful exhibition in Eugene at an early
date. Master Eddie Abbott, 7 yean of age,
is lamous tor bis prestldigitalive work and
Prof. Abt introduces number of mysteries
and Illusions. Fred Merrill entertain tbe
audience with exhibitions of skill on the bi
cycle. A Lahok Sai.i Talked or. Negotiations
have been in progress for the past week for the
purchase of the Stewart land.odioiuing Eugene
south of 10th street The party seeking to
make the puruhase is said to be an Astoria
capitalist. There ia 150 acre of ihs land and
the price is $500 per acre. If bongbt It will be
bud out in twn lot.. Mr. Stew.rl would re
tain the four blocks bstwsen Eighth and lenth
Fob FLOBXNci. The Eugene-Florence
Mail and Stage Line leaves Eugene Mon
days, Wednesdays, Fridays 7 a. m; leave
l lorenc alternate duya; (are, Including meal
aud lodging, $4.00; freight, $1.50 per hun
dred pound, Quick trips aud good treat
ment. See ua and save money.
UJILPAKtS & riDIBSON.
Baitut Association Mkhtiko. The an
nual meeting of tbe Corvallis Baptist Aasoci-
atlun will be held at the Baptist cburob m
Eugene, commeuviug Wednesday, Sept. 24,
and continuing uutil tb following Sunday.
A large attendauoe and au interesting session
Duo Mr. Dickinson, who went to Cal
ifornia fdr ber health some time since, died
at Ft. Bidwell, tel., on Sept. 7th. at the age
of 56 years, 5 months aud 17 days. Her re
mains were buried at tbe place of her death.
Mrs. Dickinson bad resided in Eugeue for
several years and bad many friends ber.
h. - 1 i..
A Pboi-itablb" EwTBy, Sidney Horn,
brother of Jerry Horn, of tbia city, found
a piece of government land near Knapp
tou, Wash., sonis time ago, and pr eceded
to file on it. Last week be sold tbe bind
for $10,000, after reserving ten acres.
Gbadino. Abont 15 teams atarted work
at Coburg grading tbe Oregonlan Rail
way Thursday morning. Work on lb
bridge across tb McKeuxi will b com
menced a soon aa tbe material can be laid
Fob Bali. A ', Jersey eow with ?, Jer
sey heifer calf three weeks old, for sle.
Cow very gentle. Will bs delivered to pur
chaser. Price $50. Apply to this office.
Song Mombt. Pressly Cboher's hop yard
yielded 2O0 bales ot hnja, 34,000 to 40,000
pounds, fur which he will reoeive the very nio
!iul sum ot 112,000 or $25,0110.
Lot Solo. Transaction in College Hill
Park Iota have been quite lively tbia week.
About twenty have btssa sold.
. Fo Bali.-Nice rwaidene property within
1 blocks of poatomcw. Inquire at this office.
Hop House ItiirncJ.
The bop honse on the yard Uilougiug to
Bidler A Knox, two miles east of Cottsg
Grove, was burned Thnrday morning at 0
o'clock. Tbe fire la supposed to have
caught from a defective flue. The drying of
the bop had juit been completed wben tbe
fire occurred. There were 5,000 pound of
loose dried bops and one bale In the build
ing at tbe time ol tbe fire. Tb bale wa
saved, but tbe loose hop were consumed.
Seveuty-two bales bad been removed to lb
warehouse previous to the fire. Tb Amer
ican insurance company of Philadelphia,
Smith Sc Bunch, agents, had an insurance
of $1500 on tbe property, $440 of which
was on the bnilding and $1,010 on hops.
The adjuster ia on bia way to adjust tba loss.
Cows for Sale.
I have for aale on my ranch at Cloverdale,
three miles east from Creswell, thirty-five
head of cows, several ot them with calve
and giving milk and others aoon to come in.
It) last year's heifers, also a full blood young
Jersey bull. This stock will be sold before
tbe 15th of next month. Inquire at farm or
adJress A. Vatuone, Creswell, Qr.
From the farm of Wm. Blanton, about
July 1, lS'.H), one wbite cow, 5 year old;
marked with crop off of right ear and half
nuder crop in left ear. Tip end of ear red.
Seud any information to Uuabp office.
William Bazett will tell by private (ale
during the next two weeks, on bis farm on
Speucer creek, 0 mile southwest from En.
Eeue, the following: 1 thoroughbred short
urn bull, half blood young stock, and other
cattle; 2 brood mares with Ji-blood Percber
on colts at sides, and i other colts; 7 well
bred pigs, also hay, eeed rye, farm imple
ments, household furniture in good condi
tion, bedroom, diniugroom and sitting room
sets, stoves, churns, Ac Terms: Cash, or
note on approved security for one year at 8
Eugeue, Sept. 13, 1800.
Strayed from my premise V, mile couth
of Siiiithfield about Aug. 1st, light bay 4
year old Ulley. Star iu forehead and on
wbite hind foot, clean limbed and weight
about 800 pounds. Halter broke, but not to
work or ride. A liberal reward will be paid
for her return or information leading to re
covery. Addross, W. M. Grimsby, Frank
lin, Lane Co., Or.
Dwcontinckp. -For a number of yean
East column of the Guard wa nsed by tbe
utaxian society in the interest of tbe socie
ty aud the University generally. Although
the Uuabp baa been considerably enlarged,
tbe demands upon our space hav Increased
to such an extent tbat we have been com
pelled to notify the Eutaxians of tbe discon
tinuance of the ooluuin assigned for their
use. The University and the societies should
have a monthly paper devoted exclusively to
their iuterests. No better advertisement of
the school could be had, Attention of the
Regents i directed to th need of k Univer
Ihs Eva AmoTKD. Abe Goldsmith 1
couflued to his room with an allliction that
may prove a very serious on to him. He
caught a cold several days ago that settled
in his remaining eye he lost one
through disease several years ago and now
the eye displays the same symptom a the
one be lost. It i to be hoped that Mr.
Goldsmith will not experience such terri
ble misfortune aa to lose the eye. Us leaves
Satnrrday evening on the overland train
for San Francisco to obtain the best treat
ment possible. Mr. Scbtimate acoompaniet
Dun. Edward Lee Barger died at th res
idence of bis father, James Barger, In En
gene, Tuesday, Sept. 16, 1800, of malarial
(ever, aged 21 yean, 8 month and 11 day.
Tbe funeral took place to tho Maaonio cem
etery Thursday morning, under th auspi
ces of 0 Co., 0. N. G. of which be wa
member. Mr. Barger worked in th South
ern Pacific office at Drain, where h fell til,
and a few day ago cam to hi horn in this
city, lie wa a bright, intelligent young
man, aud many frienda regret hi early de
mise. At IIoub. Henry L. Bettman, who has
spent tbe hist fly year in Europe, study
ing musio under leading instructors of Ger
many and Franc, returned bom last Friday
evening. He baa already been tendered and
ha accepted an excellent position in th
conservatory and oollege of musio at Toron
to, Canada, where he will enter upon his
duties about October 1st McMlnnvill Re
porter. Tbe young man is t nephew of G.
Bettman, of this city.
CoNoaroATiosAL Chdbcb. The plans and
specification for tbe proposed Congrega
tional ohnrch hav been received by tb
building committee, and the contractor ar
now figuring on tb same. Tb bid will b
opened Monday afternoon. If the price I
within the amount on baud, the contract
will be let, if not tbe bnilding will not be
constructed nntil next aummer. -
AmtNtsTBATOB's Sali. James M. Martin,
administrator of the estate of Mary Ann
Martin, sold at public aale Wednesday real
property belonging to tbe estate a follow:
Lots in Cottage Grove, known a th Hotel
property, to Charles Walker for $800. 240
acrea of laud adjacent to Cottsg Grove to J,
A. irnmunii ior jwuo.
Arothkb Raihi. Isaac Yokum, who mad
about $10,000 here off of hops a few years sgo
when they brousht II per pound, w are in
formed, had over forty acres In Polk county
this ysar, and the yield waa large. He had
them on shares, receiving two-thirds nf tbe
crop. He has not yet sold, but at present
prices will main a "bushel" of money. Ike is
certainly lucky when engaged in raising hops.
Tm Wabsracib Lkasid. Baker City
Blade: Louie Cook ba leased tbe War-
sbsuer hotel for term of year, and took
possession last Sunday morning. Th War
abauer Broa. will settle tbeir business as
aoon as possible, and about February 1,
1HU1, will leave tor Germany on an extended
None to Uohb-Seikimamo Btodsst.
Parties desiring to rent bouse in Eugen
and students wishing good boarding place
will do well to call ou Moor Linn, and
they will do all tbey can to flud tbe desired
acoouiuioda'iona. Tbey ask nothing for
tbtir trouble. Cor. Willsmette and Seventh
Mabbud. At tbe residence of th bride's
parent in Eugen. by Bev. O. J. Travia,
Monday morning Sept. 15, 1800, Mr. Edgar
E. Brattain to M is Alice Vincent, beta of
Lane county. Tbey left Tuesday for their
future home at Paisley, in Lake couuty, via
tbe Military road.
Duo. A young man from Solo, an
invalid, died in a wagon, on tbe MoKsmis,
abont forty mile above here Monday. He
wa being brought ber. His nam w
were unable to ol.taln.
Fob Sali. 320 acres of land, team, bar
nee and wagon, ten bead of cattle, farming
utensil and household furnitnr for sals at
a bargain. Inquire ol A. 8. MoClure, Boom
7, Grunge Building.
None to Crrtzsxs. All person having
bouse to rent, and tboa desiring t keep
students, will do well to call on Moors k
Llnu, on th cornet of Willamette and Sev
Wasted. Seventy-five boy between
twelve anJ eighteen yew of ag to DQ7
clothing of Hanson V Son.
lee Cuuiplwll is visiting In Kugenu,
Jas. F. Robinaoa paid Portlsnd a visit
L. Bilyeu went to Portland Tuesday on
Walter McCornack ha returned from the
Frank Mulkey, of Portland, spent last
Sunday in Eugene.
G. B. Chrisman and family camped out at
th stat fair thi week.
Dr. H, F. McCornack has gone to Day
ton, Wash, on visit.
A. C. Woodcock made trip to Portland
this week on legal business.
Mra, Laura Kincaid returned Tuesday from
a month's visit at Seattle.
County Clerk Walker returned from
week's visit to Biuslaw Wednesday.
Mr. Schiimate, of Tray, Ma, visited his
son, Walt Srhumate, in this city, this week.
Philip Nichols, of the Guard typographi
cal force, visited Lebanon over but Sunday.
Rev. J. W. Sneed. pastor of the Albany
Congregational church, waa in Eugene Thurs
day. Benj. Despain, a prominent cituoo of
Pendleton, waa in Eugene several day thi
Walter Oray, of Portland, spent last Sun
day in Eugene visiting at the residence of
Geo. N. Fawcett, deputy collector U. S.
internal revenue offioe of Portland, wa in
A letter brings tbe information that J. R.
Ream and wife are visiting relatives at Salt
Lake City, Utah.
8. Mnnra went to Portland last Tuesday
where he will act a lecretary of Mr. Roe
for a short time.
Mr. Wm. Dyslnger will return Saturday
from a several weeks' visit to relative In
Marshal Stevens attended the state fair sev
eral days this week. Mr. Gambel acted aa
deputy during his absence.
E. J. Fraaier was st Salem this week dis
tributing printed information concerning
Eugene and Lane county.
B. C. Pennington, who has been visiting
here for the aat week, iutended leaving for
San Francisco by Friday's train.
Mr, R. H. Moore's family arrived from
Jacksonville Sunday. Their residence 1
near the M. E. Church on Willamette street.
Alex Mayer, of Portland, owner nf the
brick In which ar located Markus A Co.
and the Express office, was in Eugene Thurs
day. W. H. Alexander and family visited in
Eugene over last Sunday. Mr. Alexander
now holds "case" in tb State printing
office, at Salem.
I will sell at public auction at Irving near
the school house on Wednesday Oct. I, WM),
at 10:30 o'clock In th forenoon the following
10 head beef cattle.
1 choice roan Durham cow and calf.
Span of horses, weight 1200 each. Wagon
with capacity of 3000 pounds. Set nf double
harness. The cattle are tat and fit for beef.
Terms of sals: 6 months credit on approved
notes, 2J per cent discount for cash.
Jot Goldhtume, Auctioneer.
I will begin teaching Monday, Sept. 22:
Thtsw who have studied the past year and in
tend taking a thorough oourse, should begin at
onoe. I wish to announce that my classes
ar not full snd any one wishing to study pi
ano, organ, or voice culture, will be gratefully
received st residence on Willamette St., Eu-
gene, Or. Laura A, Kincaid.
MinntQ Excitement, Captain Hagan,
on ot th principal stockholders and euiwr
intendent of tb consolidated Blue River
and Calapoola mine, waa in the city to-day.
He report an increasing and live luterest in
the mine, with brighter prospects as tb
development of tbe mine proceed. Tb
present consolidated company own twenty
mines, tb most promising of which ar
probably the Poor Man aud Queen Dee.
They hav ordered B quarts mill, like tbe
on ordered for th Albany Milling Co., and
will work for practical results. Th mill
will first be put to work on tbe Poor Man.
This is a mountain of rock, almost unlimit
ed in its extent. It has assayed as high as
$218 to th ton, and ia easily mined. At $8
it will pay big, and it i confidently antici
pated will Yield rnuoh more than that lu
the bulk. Their confidence In tba mln is
well illustrated by tb recent offer ot Tho.
Ewing, of Taooma, of $100,000 for third
interest of th company, which tbey refused
without any hesitation. Tboy hav plenty
of money of their own to work it, and it
will take mint to secure any interest at all
if the present splendid outlook continue.
Th Willamette Valley is on the verge of an
Immense mining xoitement. Albany Dem
ocrat, Sept. 6.
Boabd or Trade Mxetino. Board met in
regular session Monday evening, Pres.
Friendly in tb ohair. It being tb annual
meeting the following offloer were chosen to
serve the ensuing yesr: Pre., 8 U Friend
ly; 1st Vic Pres., E C Smitn; 2nd Yioe
Pre., 8 M Yorsn; Seo'y, P E Bnodgraas;
Tree , 8 8 Spencer; Cor. Sec'y, A E Galla
gher. A committee consisting of S II
Friendly, 8 M Yoran and E 0 Smith waa
appointed to attend a meeting at Portland
September 27th, at which time a state board
of trad Is to be organized. On motion $25
wa donated to help work on Military road.
Hops. Thursday's Oregon Ian aays: A New
York trads journal of Sept says: "The mar
ket remains strong under a moderate inquiry.
Htm York stats, orop WM) are held at high fig
ure, hilly 10 osnts above the best of Pacihir
coast but it is asserted that tho discrepancy is
too great, tbat there is not that ililferenoe in
value and that the on must advance or the
other drop. The older growths are only irod
rately dealt In and prices have a strong sup
port Some straggling aale of new state are
reported to have been made at 5 55 cents,
but these are exceptional and we omit them
from our quotations." By local buyer, fin the
Portland market) quotations are 37 Jo.
Bockd Ovbb. Mention wa mad last
week of an altercation between Tho. Rus
sell and Hugh Gray. Both of the partici
pant wer arrested and tried before Justice
Kinsey, but Saturday, for assault with dan
gerons weapons. Russell waa dismissed and
Gray bound over to appear befyr the grand
SugvrriNO roa Sewerage. Mr. Kelly, a
civil engineer of Bar Harbor. Ms., is making a
regular survey and plat for ths purpose of pre
paring plans for the proposed sewerage system
of Eugsn. The main sewer line from present
indications will follow near the old ditch and
discharge Into the river above the bridge.
Lata Creek Bridoe. Commissioner Hy
Und and Parker left Friday morning for the
mouth of Lake creek to inspect aud receive the
new bridge lust completed across Laks creek.
Tbey will also examine other bridges and roads
oa tbe route.
ADaiirtBTRATOlt'S Salb. The Ellmaker
property on Ninth street near the Intersection
with Patterson street, was sold at administra
tor's sale Wednesday. Vulney Uemenwsy
was the purchaser, at 11300.
Local Mask sr. Hops, SOc; wheat, 62f2 fi4
net; oats, 40(4S; eggs. 25s butter, 25(j? .-W;
bacon-hams, 12(?14; side, 12 J; shoulders, 10;
Wanted. A girl to do housework. Inquire
at Marble Works, first door north of Moore il
Linn's furniture store.
Born. In Eugene, Oregon, Sept. 12,
1830, to tb wife of R. E. Brwtow, a son.
Bob To the wif of A. J. Conrad, at
Irving, Monday, September 15, a sou.