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jfYAN I) COUNTY
ZnKK OCTOBER '21, 1890
. ttVuin;,""1 displ''h ' 0ul- G'vwt
ns returns lor Oregon. A handsome
i shown in most instauu.. ft
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r t. ...cui'iis Bureau cumicm iue
i ti iu o( returns l'r tie first ciUlrict of
' , This ciuil-to8 Ibo work on the
'"Cioo of lUnt state. The population,
i JJW ' ... olainisit. U 311.410. Iu lSMJ it
' i-i THS showing s gain during tbe ceu,is
i'1.11 i.r7i: .r 78 H Her e-rlit. Toe
l .i-fii.Q of counties announced Unlay ih:
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di ,i ri't Tbe bureau announces the
Jl.tion and gain of cities follow.:
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ddJ dUliict. hh fomikbed by Superiulen-
jrul Btrauge, wuicu aio "i""" y'
Lrt of comparison. Corrected Inures and
ncres-ie biivo uot been received froin tbe
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lI'MII-m jvru ,u. imv . -
isiuoiit iutmces ia round numoHrB, and
U fr'tires aroppeu umi wiucu win
jukt) iii I"8 Hiparfnt differeuce in tbe totnl
po,uluii.in of tbe Btato.
The liigr Steel Bi iilgc.
i.a1 liriilirA nninqii tliA rotnniliiu
IUv ;,ir,i n"
rinrat Vuimouvi-r will bo a tnuiunioib con
rttu, miVH lb" Colunibiiin. It will be CHOI)
. . I ... tUa WiialllllL'Iflll to til A ()rf"'lll
IPrl II"'U "..-.---r. - - --n
,horp; it be doubl-trackl, with a rond
w iy on top fur ti-HUia, nnd will be erected
no pin imi itio piera. Tbe pivotal pier, or
iijw piir, will auppoit a draw wbieb will
...,i i,, a nl '21)0 fe Himi'B nil eilbpr
give u i...-....'6 , I .
,i!e or vi'ssult to pan, wid tbu sputi liunie
ilnlcly miiilb of tbe draw Fpau will lis U75
Irtl. 'Whole Klruclure to be of aleel, built
Itn !,et iibove tbe bih water of 1W0, and
lotiv it-t t above low water. On account of
ibo kiimly formation it wili be neoessory to
... .i....... uihti, ft.t hiilnw low watr tu uet a
WlWUf(,u'J " . J 1
Srm laudation. Tbt-re it renta on a founda
tion of coarse gravel Himiiar to mat upon
l:.i. iI.u -q, liri.lirPM ufrt3 the MikRntiri
WUILU lUf h'1"" (-" - -
rivr aie built. Tbia giRiintic structure will
tost over 51,000,01)0, uud employ hundreds
ol men in its election It will be Janniry 1,
1W2, before tba c.ira can pnm over It. 1 be
....a inuliitio tlmir hriib-e aiiiI alno
thsir road as fust as uien mid uinney and
ikoi.n.nt i.uifBi'lH.l tiluua will nermit.
IUC11 j.l n. u, ...-
They buve now between Pcirtlaud ami
KiUma over 'iOOO men aim louu teams at
Millinery and Dressmaking.
;.... Rrmiil iv .tr Slnff.ir.l wish to and
nounee lo tbe ludie- o! EtlReue aud vicinity
that tbey have opened a fulllineof uiillineiy
jomlsof ibe latent styles and nt reiisonnble
prices. We an alo ptepured to do dress
nukiiiR in tbe moat satisfactory wanner
Our cutter and fitter. Miss Ella Kay Fogle
i.i. nr nl.:.. kaalm anvArnl veftrs exoeri-
HIDVI WUIUI u" '. .. v.-.. - j ,
euce in tbe leading cities of tbat state, aud
come! uigbly recommenacu.
At Cost to Close Out.
8. Warsbauer is desirous of closing out
hit brines here. He will make up his
Un. ...InUn tnnr ul milt friecflsb. Kf-
member tbe place, up-stairs in Ih Matlock
DUiming. uive uiui a can aim ci"
Mrs. E. Cbristiun has opened dieR-uuk-iug
parlors iu rooms 1 aud 'A iu Duun a
block, where she will be pleaded to see old
mi new customers. Dressmaking and cut
ting doue in tbe lutest etjlia.
Mr. Win. nom is prepan d to snw wood
with his machine. Leave orders at J. I).
Matlock's store, and Mr. lloru will com
mence work the Mondays of each week.
n..u.,,, T.iiirnnll and Mr'i.
ii.i.n.iiiniiiii. .11 ma . . ..i
1'aonv Wbiteuker bavo taken rooms iu qg
lock's buildiuR, where tbey will do cmi
nuking in nil the latest styles. CutUug aud
titling a specially.
Un.,.v......i nnlil.miih has te-
.mi -c will & i.if i n - f. -
eeived auotber car load of Ibe eelebraled
Meilfoid flour. He will keep this excelli ut
lirimd of Hour in stock at all times htieatter.
tt-.v. L., .fio ti.iv between
"..II BIS. UVICUIJ'II'V .?'
Ielveiin.i eighteen years of age to buy
clothing of Iiunsou & Hon.
I.ucal Ma.' ; f. -Hop-, 3 5c; l' i
net; o:iU, 40V4"i; va. '" ,: ,,: ;';
lucon -liiinm, IJfaJj 1; ,ile-, 1 , a!'Oi."il , l"i
litatiM , i.O. ' .
XOTU K i-Iie,v'iy niveTilli-.it the iiul-rleii(l
nns ;h Hj.iMiiiuiil by the enmity court ol f e
, it.. Hili.iioinrKii r f tin- et.ne f 1
"'jnioml. il,,H:i.vd . All toii. Iiiiviiir''laii.i
mining sui1 eniHle lire lieruliv uotilie"! lo 1'"
them iviili the iroer -..mi-lieis ,,
m"iiths from the date of tli!' M'tiee t" h- ' 1 "" '
mini hi hi- farm l.i L ine cmin. uremiii. er to .
t'W.Kl.',M'kathtson'C.)iii Kutreiie, lr.'-
Iiaiit i let. L'l'h, I Sim. ,
E. 1'. CUl.EMAN, Ailinniitiat'T.
A. C. Wihiix oi k, Atuiiiiey.
t'. S. Land Office. Rosehm-r. Or ho i. (
Oei. Jl, 1'.
. Comi.Uint having lieen enteriH: l thi- """ -'."J
A I). Holland aitninut ('.' WH, lor h'vmk' ' ',"
ni hi.mi"!trau entr-, No. W7.J. daf-i Ma" " -
'"'"V iipou the Houthwent oiierie' "1 '
Ton.l,i it, rt, Ranp 1 E. in Une "."'" Vi .
oii. iiU a view to the c.iiice!luoii of
try: Hie said partlen are hi-rei.y siimnionHl w ni
f' ai the ottiee. of Joel War,', notary t'bli "
'Teiion.at Kuirene, line conniy, origin, on '
'th day of Heceinher, 10, at l' oeU ..
l" n-nma Blld fniih ifitiinony eoie;"
id alieii,-d aln.lonment. Hearln will he ''
i'ii Mid temiinoiiT so taLen at tin- ""
Tau.nday, lieceiuherlf.lK'i. ,, : '
JOHN II. HHVTK. Kj-bs-1 -r.
A. M. CBAWHiUUKeielli-r.
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
V. S. Land OrriTiT Rivehunr. '"'!""'
(, tohrr 1". Iv '' ' .
Noih-o In herehv dlTen thM in .i.miliil' " u
hi- mivf-iom ol'the act of eniisre. "', J"" r'
' ".eiilitied "An Act for the -ale f
lna in the HttH of California. in-eon, '
'ii in the Hiate of California, "n-n",. ;
id WuhiiiKum Terriiory." benjiimin " ,
of Kuuene. onii.y ,.1 Une. Stale
"n.l.ihid., fled lii lhi oliee hi" " ' ' I
fnifiit .i for the nr.roi--
u, .how tiiel.ud MHintit i "";?, "i
!'ie for it. n,nl,r r ii,e thsn f-r Kr-' ,
f"'r;sr-. and tnniahli'h hi claim to '
"ir.s, ,nrt toe.ialili'h hm riaim " ,
ior. tne Kegi.tcr aud Kn-eiver f V'-' "e ,
Km lMirv. ovou, ou Tuesday, th,- "'" !
II- name. wltne: W illiam Hstter-..
; (iuuock, i-T urejfon I 11. , mi .-....
"-ou. A Irrwl I'UIt, W.liiam J. ""
Lain- einjiiiT. On-'oti. . .i,.
Any and ail b.-r.u c-limlti Lir
th"'e d-cril,ri.nd- are re.jur.i-d t "
eiin. ui thia on or lirlore " l-"D " '
January.,,.,. J))IIN. fc,llE, R,..er.
, LaW . '
i iiia .
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' Albany flar. u , ,hl)
CuipetaatBuy i Ueu.Kr-uu'a.
Harnewand ails oil at I'r.Om s.
An ea,H,M 11U0UIlt of whii( 1Vjt
m. I'rcton'i Harnnui It the best
Cull on Caswell for Biiiewalk lumber.
lliaChi'l n. ut llhi.iehart'. hoi .11
Valto,7 U '"n "" Kn''"ir "f
Ask you, yrCl.r fot jlUh.tjon fl m
Abea.ililul rlecorale.1 teapot for Hoc at
"Tl-e f'hiliana" nuc the he. '. specbUy fhow
P.,nt mis tha best shows of the i-un.
Oiven by "The I'hiliaim."
Forest ,fc McFarland are shaeing horses
newfor$I.Jj e.ich c.wh.
Day A- Henderson mil furniture of all
kinds cheaper tbau ever.
Work is prnress,n3 rapidly on ilia Con
gregatiouul church buildiuR.'
An excellent line of Pivll. Perfume at the
ciiy Ilriiu Store. Try them.
Hot and cold bnths every day in tbe week
at Jerry Horn's barber shop.
Treston wants you to come and see his
saddles and heavy team harness.
W. nolloway. the Ij-adinp jeweler and
muaic honse south of Portland.
Bring yonr old scrap cast iron to the Eu
gene Iron Foundry where you can dispo-e
Fur fine suits made to oide ud ready
made clothing, go lo Hanson & Son,
I lie l lull ns only chiirM ID anl "0 cent1,
wi h 11) cenN CM,- fur ir.-erved se-ti.
Go and see the most beautiful Aquarian
Art Ware just arrived at Goldsmith's.
C. Marx, Burlier Shop and Bath Rooms.
First door north of Dunn's new block.
Mr Geo F Craw has the sole aireucy for all
brand of the celebrated Taniiil Punch Cigars
Before storing or selling yonr oats see A
V. Peters. Clean Chevalier barley wanted.
E. C. Lake, marble cutter and dealer in
monuments, shop on Eighth street, Eugene.
Ladies n jibing full wraps would do well to
call aud euuiiue stock on exhibition at A.
Jus i" lived feonj Ibe East, the lovely
Qoeeus Frosted Wire, the very latest de
signs nt Goldsmith's.
The Eighth street butcher shop has
moved into the building reccutly vacated by
Klemm'c hurnees sin p.
Wi Ya.'i T-l C 'nKa Cat 6 '.'"3nte
to; -les. . o. W I file 'iv L ed of
en h c'l'o'il. So'd by ''. diuiMiHt.
M'djdev & Pi" (er I see tl bret tirade of
dud i ami wiudnw in Knjeue. FucUiry one
b'l'.'k est of the. E,ine Hon inj irr! ,
..r .i.i ... r..
iuij'iou ui ui.i xilaoi iiuai.'in lur iu
gene tlour, a home prcduciiou; best iu.tbe
market at 1 1.00 per seek.
The Portland Imposition closes this even
ing. It has has not been attended by peo
ple from this vicinity as heretofore.
It is reKrted that Warren le!am', recently
in i'ie druu' business at Yaoiiina City, will pur
cha e rn interei-t in Unburn s dius store.
Wednesday was a proline dav for nuirri.mes
..t t i f .1..
oi ijirue CiUlltV ivi'iur, d,a v"i,ni-a in i.iiciii
jn'ning their hearts and hands on that day.
The Merrill-Abt-Abbott combination gave
a fair performance to small houses at Ilhine
hart's theatre Friday and Suturday evenings
of last week.
The plato glass windows of Frazier k.
Hylnnd's real eslalo office have been taste
fully lettered. Attorney Gallagher and Leo
Gerhard also lettered their respective win
dows Ibis week.
Dr. G. W. Fiddle may be found at his
residence on Olive street, between Fifth and
Sixth si reels one block west of the Minne-
soi.illolel. He is prepared to do all dent
al v.o k in tbe best manner.
Gulden Af.e Tol ".ng Disc Ha: vows, with or
witliont teei'ler attachment, they sis the best
....I at . ntlnA tlmt nil ('.111 afford OUC.
Ulnii,, nm, 11 . i'...v .-. - - - .
at h. uwjie s'.ore oppotite Baker's Hotel.
1 r 1 r.i...iiiL-,ia
i , J, 1.BJ1.UUI.1HI.
As several ajipl1- i-t'uns for less than an acre
huve been made, 'he Fainnonnt Co. has di
vided up several blocks into Ks Wi 4 jxliiO.
'I hwo lots all face an t0 ft. avenue and have
'iO ft. 'alleys. N other additma offers such
bro..d streets and wide alleys.
Tbe Baptists of Oregon have held a meet
, ..j.i..ijji t7.-inmi for the
,ng anu uri-iui-n " - -
founding of a Baptist college at Portland.
, . I. .!. Vlinna, Ralllist Fllllcatjonal
anil IU ana iui- n-i.
society to give them fio.OUO more, comli-
.1 ... .L.i....:..;nn ,Iia RnI amount.
tionaliy on ineir im'i'H
Tne Willmiet e i't Salem regi eighteen
mcli's tboie low water murk, asyi the States
nif ii. end a few more rjius will brirj the wa'er
i a: .. lNit flitft rial (wa
p to u e. y oo-ni.x sx".
orlioee ilwllnw pl.o es boats could be running
j When the eon opens re:;u-
llv it will be a lively one. here ere tons
., ton- of frei-.ht "f a!l kinds . ;n? the
river wsitin M U moved. snl when 'he fioMs
start wi It thi ir .ow frei ,!it wta there wi'l be
a rush. .
Junction PiL.I: The f.r.y across the
Willamette between here and Cobrtrg has
been din-on tinned for some time on account
of Ibe feniAge not being (Ullkient to sup
port the ferryms... Thi-is to be resetted
is people on both sides of the river have
bu ll a feirv at their own expense ami now
l ev derive no ben. fit from ,t. At one of
he 'last sessions of the legislature a bill as
passed ordering the coramiss.onem to make
appropriations for maintain.np ernes when
Ib7y are not self-supporting Why not see
to it thst this ferry is kept m ope.nt.on.
I lookii.u .or a home v-ur li. t consider, -.
I U "liea1lhloh-.es of hr l.en.
Yo'iiW i.. ,?t district where
iin lina- br-d- .n-d. na nd other
e i r.i-1 l.e.e vour doc'o, Ml- will e.t
' '-I 1. ..,n in s If vnn wint a healthy
eld a town, wh-.tr. the .it,.r-l slop- f
,'he' uli iK-mii's no ..i-ndi-tr water, wl.er
,n have a hue v'ew of Hi. town and mir-
f , i, , e villa in Fairm .unt. It will in-t
, v , anv u're then n fi-liusry M n.
o.Vnrti.Ua.,! .I- f"1"
that will F'ipp.'1-t "" , , I
rcs.b-..-i;l'!-""l ':": On-of '-.r Iocs'
i I in.Ri-n lb it one reads alnnt
"r bil Cw 'r. U him. and he
Hther forvot to nst li of
a-hanedtod. " ' nrlil
akd'eJ an angler. At - r
sportem.ncaUcht o -
Miln.on. Mi o oLl, ,ule.
The Albany Herald re -
' Plea'ent Home, near Sandv. on hat-w-:'
! n h in-t while arranging -on" ,
";".-.ff' . .... hi- -ell. SO. b'
.,l i. ii llh i or M feet oi :
" Z diver, do. came np to lb- .ortare
lb" T", l -. t E-gle creek, happened I
M. oi'l-b'; ':V.v balf an b.ir N. ,
, ' J' ei, rope ahakii.g violent;
,,. ,nd -";'; .;' U trepidation lb
,d appr. ached , , ,,. Moore.
x of lb.. rf8' Opoo . WB.
L,-,k.-. .. , On.urt.lbo,i,b
o( ,3e rurhmgiHAt Mr. r1 car. to
.... Mr. Moor. M.v. be ' K tuUr,
Fi I. Weather. I
Circuit Court Monday.
Prestou's Whips art fijie.
Job work at thi Gctao oiUco.
The Priu. of th Val'ey-Fairmnunt.
The I'hilcn- d. i.i.;l.t t.v to mo-row nldiU
l!ferved e: for The C'nC'ent aie sold at
Lap Bailies and Duste.s iu all shades at
Seletle Plush Jackets only 10 dollars at A.
Canned Yoik ct. j, 0 t-cut per can at
Blank deeds aud inoit.es for sale at tbe
For correct time aud the bt wo k go to
Dav A- Henderson'! (or Furniture, Carpets
Oil Cloth, Carpets and Shades at Day &
Subscribe for the Gi'Alil) to Mad diu'ng ibe
Goldsmith pays the highest cash price foi
Screen doors and windows for sale by
Midgly & Parker.
A et of decorated plates, piuk or brown,
See Preston's addles. No trouble for Pies
ton to show his goods.
For a good houest watch that will keep
lime go to Holloway's.
Seal rius-h Jackets reduced from H to 10
dollars at Be.tmau's.
Forest Citv Dongola shoes only $1 00 a
pair at A. V. Feters.'
Polu.. Townend has accepted a clerkship in
SI. dden'a Tnx-ery ..lore.
A new line of handsome glass casters just
received at Goldsmith's.
All kinds of mill saws and files for sale al
Richard Mount's saw shop.
Romeuibcr the $1 .VI Donco'a shoe, good
value for $2, at A. V. Peters'.
Go to Forrest McFarland and -t your
horse shod new for f 1.23 cash.
Call and see the splendid organs ji'st re
ceived at Holloway's jewelry bin a.
Its a f.,0, 1 You can save money, if you only
will, by trail'ng at the City Drug Store.
Remember that Hanson & 3on li've the
best selected stock of clothing u lowii.
Dry seasoned wood for sale et all times by
S. Meriau, corner of Siith and Oak streets.
A large assortment of wall paper P'st re
ceived at the Eugene Book Sioie. Cad and
The?3.00 W. T IV.5t . i-e-'r bv A.
Hunt. Unequalled lor i' '"bHi aud e.u-e'-lence.
Read 0. E. Krans :e's ad. in another cdur.n.
He is making a reduction le in boot and
All wool 40 inch Hen iella cl-dh in all nw
shades at C3c a yard. Bettui.in'a is tbe
E. V. Coleman 1 as been app .iafed admin's
tratorof the estate of Thomas Diamond, de
ceased. Salem Steam Lanudry is less tbau a year
old, employs 22 people." See samples at II.
W. Ilolknnv is by common consent the
leading jeweler and best watch maker south
If yon want to save money you must buy
yonr'dru-s at the City Drug Store, opp-siite
the Guard ollice.
Yon can buy goods ohesner at Goldsmith's
thun sny place in town. He pays no store
rent nor clerk hire.
Races to-day on the truck In Stewart's field.
T ke the sidewalk west on Ei;,'h'.ll stieet to
re-ch the race track.
The agreement between the ra-rchanta 'd
close at 8 o'clock, aflo: wards 7, hsa been b
rogaled and they will now run oa their on
It mat'e's not who wilt?' your precr!ptlis
fo. you, they can le accurately and promptlv
tilled et the City Drug S'nre, and you will
have Mime money left.
The job department of the Ghabd office
turned out a large amouut of mercantile and
othei printing this week.
See siimolep of the Salem Steam Laundry
work at II. H. Stone's. Work sont every
Tuesday returned for Saturday.
Com and examine Forrest & McFa-lnnd's
"stocks" for shoeing wild horses. Shop 8'h
street.west of Lane's paint shop.
Rev. C. F Clnpp will presch Bt the Con
gregational Hall next Sunday mmnirj and
evening. All are cordially invited.
T.est liue of plush And hbt wei;;ht cloth
wrapi from 10 lo 33 dollRfs snnlh of Port
land, now on ehibitiou at A. V. Pelf s.'
Tbe finest laundry work between Port
land and San Francisco done by Ibe 8sbm
Steam Laundry; samples at II. H. 6loue's.
Dysinger nas received a consignment of
ten tons of assorted glass, and is ready to
fill all orders for glass and gash with dis
patch The scaffolding in frout of the Conser and
Horn buildings was removed Wednesday,
and Willamette street is again clear of ob
stiuctions. When yon waut to make your fliends a
handsome present at reasonable prices get
some nf that lovely Wedding Art Glassw.i'e
For musical goods of e'l lends end the
best qualitv ro to Holloway's. AH the
tunsiciaus in the city recommeud lila us the
best place lo buy.
The bio k of brick bnildhiis from Eighth
St. nor'h to ibe alley alsmt completed are of
,..1 tidid d--i;:n end, or tiieir i; e, would be a
c ilit '.o any ciiy.
Don't yon want a nice lot in M- i's Ad
rl 'ion near the new Public S hi.o'. f 00 yi
Jt-'iH), with fruit tiees. App f t M,
M- 'erorG. W. Mart:n.
Oliver's new steel and old rel.able chilled
plows, sulky, fcing end walking sod ut ,e
F. L. CBtvcttn.
V. Hollownv has just seco'ed the agency
for Ciis distiict fur the celebr led musie
house of 1-von & H-aty. f Chicago, and
can offer the best bargains in organs on the
Remember Hint we will send tbe Gcabd
lr one year with a W-bst.-r's Dictionary in
(-O...I binding f -r 3 50. A gr.at many have
already taken advantage of this offer. Call
and etaniine ihe dictionary.
Rev. H. K. Hines, D. D-, of Hie Wi'llum
ett I'nivcr-iiy, formerly editor of tin Pasific
Christisn AdviKaite soil one of the firsti astors
of the Me- .i.slUt church of this citv. will occu
,y the pulpit of th. M. E. Church next Suu
ile y. Octoiwr 2i.
Vhe l.oiliiul M-.Iet Iraves of 'h. viu.
rople. the dark sre-n .if the firs snd p'rw, th.
yellow of the oak and aldec" and ;h. moss cr
Kied hill ido dotted with the varieiate.1
leaves ol the wild .trawberry aud other trail
ing plan' m 'ke Feirmount a picture that an
h.ver of -, he beuliinl will fail to see. AdmU
ii. m free.
C. P. Huni.ii ; u, th. reit r.ilw.y mtg
nat., id ilut fcuriie "d SpnniUeld would
e,ei.tullv be one town. th. 8.ri.meritii of
Ore o. In thst .3 -e, what, a valcable plsc.
h.irini.uiit. ju t "t of :he Unlvenity and
In-tweei the two, will !! Th. cboilboy who
iu r i.ly to Ih. te- cher's qnestii. "What is
.he .riDciurl plaoa in (rifoiir anawsred
Frinnouut," w not far frm Hght That
W will malt, his mark, nnle-a b. leans to
Oresonian, ct 22: Tbe 123 box ears Dd
fit"ui ponbaaesl lor Ibe Oregonian B. B.
iu aoiicipaiiou of th.cbaugeof track from
narrow to standard gaoge, are now arriving
from lb. East. As tbe tra k of tbe Oregon
inn road b not vet Wo changed th. cri
aatbyairive mill be nrnt over to lb.
fwutbern Pscific, and will b ad by that
e.m..au nil lb. Oregonian ia ready fot
thrui this will I? good thing for lb.
boo I hem Paiirtr, u lbv. Ilk. all other
MMil.. era at lbi aeaaoo. abort of cars, and
tbey "id be bk'ly to have tb v of tbes
cars for a monlb. M it will U abont that
lotg befot th. (juag i changed on the Ortv
Th. C.'lurK aahsiu has autiMuded.
Senator John 11. Mitchell baa arrived In
The late rsiua have r! -d the riwr about
fi inches at En;,eue.
ll.ijia are now worth In Ku;eue fiaiu to
371 cents per pound.
Junction t'iiv will hold her city eltction
Monday, November 3.
The days are warm and pleaaiut and the
grass is mowing ,apiiily.
A new b'icksiui ll .Moo has l.eeu i.;iencd ua
theio nerof IV. rl.ud N.u-'i e s
Hunt.' resrt Kame exreptinnilly acarce,
except the far f.nue.1 Japanese pheasenta.
Th. Emrene aa mill now conituem-ea work
at OA) o'chvk in the morning and ipiitsat Sasl
in th. .veniug.
A ieil.'r c- e wi'h a glass front has been bung
ou the oiith wall of the pos'nrtii-, in which all
misdirected le'l.rs and Hum h.'d for postage
Rer. V. D. Humphrey, fnnui rlv pastor of
the Chiisti.in cbnrcli iu Eugeue, lost nearly
all his possessions by a fire at B cntwood,
I'll., lust mouth.
Accordiui! lo the census returns 73 cities,
each of which contain over 73,(hx) niliiihi
ttiuta, have 10! J per cent, of the entire pop
ulation of the I lilted States.
Elder F. K. Joiie.t ami N. B. Alley, of En-g.-iie,
will conimeiiis) a aeries of meetings at
the Junction C. P. Church Saturday evening,
Oct Friends of the cause and aP others
fe cordilly invited .o at ten I.
1 he ladies of Ibe C P. Chnr-h ill give a
supper Fiiil -y evenin;r, Oct. 21, luim 0 t' I'.
p. i'i., 1,1 lli Cuiulierlsnd lvesbyte ieu
Cbnn b, . .'ii-i Mb sud Pe.nl al reels, Sii.
pel aeir d ia.- -. i cenls. Eieiyb-aly iovl e.l.
Salem Statesman: Paul Olwrheliii is quite j
li ..' Ins home in thia city. At hmt tt was
tl.cn -ht his alTection was paralysis, but later
developments would indicate it to I rheuma
tism or I he .ettlinif of a severe cold in It's left
side. He was improving ye-'enlay.
Real Kstattr '1 i-otisfei n.
J W Piirccll to T W Harris, b.ts 7 and 8,
block 0. Modioli's addition: l,"itKI.
I'ii.s'ir 11. Kiiiscy to E. O. Pn-ter, lo. 8,
'o'o . li, MiiMicau's sod- ion: d.'OOd.
J Wand Mt Di-vis to Joint LGaiiiner,
lot (! ond fiactioval lot 7, block 3, Cheaher's
Eli.a an I X Gibuore lo S P Giluioio, lot;
I' M Nii:v.
State of Oregou to Thoiiins Yijtoa, 3J0
M II RicbaidKou Iu L L Petkius, I'-hl of
wav for wat.-r; Vi.
Sarah M Meek to O P Hoff, I!, acres;
I, W Brown to Peter Runey, 100 acres!
D J Cover to Wm Goodman, KO acres;
Geo M Miller lo Daniel Summers, 18.30
Calvin Jones to Wm Wiles, 20 acres; JC30.
C J Hills lo 0 J Ovaiiiil, laud; 13.
W J Powell to David F Powell, 120 acres;
United Stutej to Marion Scott, 322.27
a' ies; patent.
Geo II and II II Biiiictt to Geo T
Houghton, lots 1, 5 uud (i, block 11; 91300.
The West, Oct. 17.
Twenty-one families airived recently.
A new river boat is to be built by llurd &
Over twelve thousand salmon received at
tbu cmin-ry this week.
Trie , Mill 't Olenada is preparing a
i.iia of U:uii.ci Icr the San Fianuiico mar
kt. 'I l.i X!is.'h:if arrived at Florenoe Suturday
last and I it on Monday, taking forty barrels
of sr-.lt s'.buon from Jacobsmi & Berkraui'e
warehouse, uud DuiKhed bur load with cases
fnm the cutmi.ry of Moyer & Kyle.
The engineer of the Mischief informed us
tln.t when crossing ibe bar at Ihe mouth of
the Siuslaw, tbe waves were running quite
high, lie also stated that tbe depth of
water is fully six feet deeper thuu ut any
lime list year.
A Substantial Increase.
The ceusiis icturns of the uouutios and
towns of Western Oregon show that Eugene
and Lane c.onutv have taken a front rank in
growth dining the lust decade.
Lugeno liy the returns is given a popula
tion ol 3,938. In 1H80 tbe population was
1 1 17, so tbe increase has been 2,811.
The percentage ol increase of Ihe town is
us follows: East Portland, 257; Eugene,
234; Portland, l(i'.; Astoria, 132; the Bulem
Among the counties Laue stands fourth in
regard lo gains, showing an increase of
5,082. It will be oliservod that just one
hull nf I ho rain of tbe couulr in HoDullltioo
must be credited to Eugene.
Where to Eny.
In buying your ijoods for ibe fall and win
ter you should no where a lull stock ia car
ried in order that a choice be made, also to
secure the best terms. The tore room of
8. II. Friendly is tilled with goods that he
is offering to the public, at liberal pines.
Ludies, who wish dress goods or household
supbliee should examine Ihe stock, while the
geutleuieu can bud everything needed in the
way of clothing and furnishing goods. As
you pass his store, notice the beautiful
goods draped and displayed in the show
Adililioinil Cusei in Circuit Court.
87. E. SU wart vs Oily o( Eugene; appeal.
88 James Huddlesou va City of Eugene;
A Runaway. A learn driven by a ruau by
named Carpenter became Lightened at a
wood siiwinij machine on Hinb slroet Fiiday
afternoon of last week . Tbey dumped Car
penter out al the lailroad crossing, then
struck down the railiond track towards
the d-p'it, switching olT through Andrew's
Inmber yard near wheie Ibey were stopped.
Carpenti r was badly shook up and for a liuie
it waa thought was seriously iujured.but final
ly was able lo go borne. For a wonder no
domtige was done to Ihe wagon or team.
Lao AMi'DitTKi). Samuel Holland, a lad
of 14 years of rjn, hid bis right leg amputat
ed near tbe body Monday, Dn. Paine snd
McMurlry performing ibe operation. The
boue of tbe lg was diseased to such nu ex
tent I bat amputation whs deemed advisable.
The doctois several week sgo performed an
operation on Ibe limb, scraping and clean
ing tbe diseased bone. The boy stood the
coding very well sud il is thought will rap
A RenotA!. asu Nf-w Bchmkhs. Geo.
M. Miller will move his real estate office in
to on. of the front room over Wilkin's drug
store. The room vacated in the Monxi
Temple will be occupied by A. W. Haskell
as a feed store. Mr. Hisk'll will also use
the buildit g first occupied by I. M Sloan as
RrncclD Prica-SiPa'terson k Christian
bar. a larg. stock of stationery, books, etc..
which tbey are offering at greatly reduced
prices. Also SuO novels below tost. Their
prm list of soma of ihe articles, on another
page, will eoovioce yon. Call and sea them
two doors south of OdJ Fellows Temple.
L'otr Parson. The prisoners in th
county jail have been ia an ogly mood for a
couple of weeks, and from several incideuU,
Sheriff Noland ia apprehensive of u at
tempt to .ca. He now takes tltra pr
eautiooa wbiW about Ibe jail, and locks tLem
ap in lb. oells before dark.
Must IVy Their Taes.
Sum. time lines tbe California k Oregon
Laud Co., owniug the Military load laud
gnui, ind i tied Ih aulboiiura of 1-auo
c.niiiy that ib.-y would pay no uioie in .i s
ur less the aeaamul was' nropetly made.
As.i-su.r B.iitou applieu to them lor a list of
ihu lauds, but the company fai ed oi leldsed
to give ihe saue. Deputy Couily Cieik
Burr then weut to woik aud fiom the maps
in ti e office made a complete list of the lands
which lie alou the Middle t'o.k of the Wil
lauK'ite i Mm Eiigcnti u i the stream si (,r as
survey have been nnulo From this a com
plete assessment will be made. Heretofore
the company has paid about fioO ta-.es au
uually, the land beiux assess. d at 33 ceula
per acre. Al this comH.ny holds the laud
I roll! ti to $10 Hr acre it will be assessed
al (1.23 per acre. The clerk fl-'ds that the
compauy owns 42,330 acres in Laue county.
Itwasslso discovered that Ihe lands of
the company had nut been assessed iu lb'J,
aud Sbeiitf Nolend will make tbu assessmcut
so that there will uot bo anv doubt aa lo the
collection of the taxes. The deu-ripiious
of the lands will fill alxmt forty page of the
tax roll. The taxes of the company will
now lie about f 1000 yearly.
A I,urjre Translcr.
On Tu unity there was lilnl for t ord In
ihe county cleik'a orrlie in Eugene, a deed
fi-om K J. Pen -ia snd l.e to The SpiiujtieM
' iveslment aod Power Co.
Thproertv in the d.-cl incbid'a l.t lot
iu the town of Springfield. A -not of land
coii'.ilning 13.3 acres known r Hi. Wilniot
I..' ,u A tract of laud oiuh of th. tawinill.
A paitu.'tlie Reulien Harper douation land
c' im, conteiuiug 11 acres. A psit of Jhe
P ter Una' pr- einptloii, containinf 8 "8
rc.rs, and a small irre;:ular tract of land in
S.-r'-i'leld. AUi the Siirinitfielil water siwer
' -.lal water ri-.-hts, and siwers snd MrivHeif
' p. t' ini' g thereto, snd nil dlvh.j, dams,
2. ! -a. cnils, ri;;ht of way, etc. The c 'usid-(-
.tiop iam d In ti e deed ia tf'.'KI,, 30.
I'arm fur S.i'e.
A nnmle ou farm for tale. It nil it l
ti. S 'JiliCC.
An IuI'Iioveuknt Stoitxu. The road
from the railioad to the Eugeue bridge has
always been a bud one. The city reeeutly
undertook to make it au exelleut
road although part of it beluugs to the coun
ty and had let a contract lo gravel It 3J feet
wide, 12 inches deep in middlo and C inches
ut Iho si'Vs. This would hav.t u.adn it fit lo
stuud any nm iiint of travel and would
have doi.n away with iiiudhcilea uud rough
road. The gravel w -a being secured from
the bar on the cast side of tho river ncur the
bridge. Some purlieu who live ou the othor
side of liie river ue-cume uecdie-ssiy iiigni
eued iibcut the removal of the travel coiiiii
ilig the bridge would be endangered ihereby,
and threatened au iujuuciiou s iit. Tho
city then quit wink uud will not proceed
f u i tiler with the gruveling, as Ijj exlia
oost of gravel irncurd tilaewuvre would
amouut to a large sum on such a aubstuutiul
imprnvemeutr Iti-tule hoped that the
parlies who object will ullow the woik to
proceed. It is for their iuleiest to have a
good road. The rcmovi.'. of n loose sund bar
will huve no effect on the uuricnt of the
Willamette at that poiut.
IOC Lots Sold tu Fibst Dav. The first
day Ibo Frasier A Hylaud addition to Eu
gene waa placed on the market tbey sold one
hundred aud six lots. The leading busiuess
men of the towu are investing quite ex
tensively here and next spring there will be
some lovely homes built on this beautiful
slope overlooking the city and valley. Don't
miss the opportunity to get oue of those
beuutiful lots at $23, in the Friwdir Si Hy
land addition before the ten days expire
when tho price will be increased 20 per
M miosaiit Co.Ne'li: -. Th lludesvor Sooi
e .,( (he liapii.t church hits prepsr d t! . fol
lowing pi iiki amine, which wi'l U rendered
uxt jJumliiy eveniitu, SepU 'Jiithi Aulheiu,
ch.ii ; kc.iptiire reo.ll.ig ami iirayer. Prof,
liai ev; nuisic; missionary tun!ilona, Y. P. M.
O. E.j music: addfeu, "An Opn Disir,"
Cyrenius Marsh; solo, The Palms, Kate Dor-i-i.
; )!e. I re Jiu;', Emma Dorris; recitation,
"Dctth of Gsndenlia," Mamie Marsh; music;
c suv, "Ait Mission a Fai'ure," J. K. Bro
iJUcii; duet, Kate aud Alice Dorris; ol'ectinn;
a bi a -
A Good Piiofit. Wm. Miller, of living
precinct, disposed of his bops Tuesday, ob
taining a little over 33 cents per pound for
them. From 14 acres of ground he obtained
about 20,000 pounds, which sold for over
$9,000. G30 from an acre for a crop is not
Maruiauk Lickkmcs. Tbe following mar.
riugti licenses bav been issued this week:
A. H. Mathers and Mollis Gray; 0, A.Camp
bell and Millie Coinegys; Geo. A. Lamlwer
leu and A. M. Koaterinan; S. S. Spencer and
llutlie B. Luckey; K. E. Cleaver aud Hullie
B. Ferrel; J. V. Ohum and Nettio Busby.
A.O. U. W. BKNtriciARiKs." Chss. Lau
er, representing the A, O. U. W ba paid
over to the beneficiaries of J. 0, Yates, do
ceased, $2000. The snm was divided equal
ly between his wife, bis ion, W. B. Yates,
and his daughters, Mrs. Hnnig and Mrs.
Conrad, The Workmen are prompt iu mak
ing their payments.
Euumie School Ukpoiic Pi incipul Will
isms of tbe Eugene public schools reports an
ii vers ue daily attendance for the month
ending Out. 17, of 09;!; niiiiila-r belonging,
oS; lucrcase dtliing the moiilh, liil; limn-b,-:-of
pupils neither absent nor tuidy, 78,
Ni.t Fiiim.- The stoi room fo: mer'v u
)i! d ) Willi is' drug stole has been leased to
iiicc A Howe, of lirowiisville, who will oien a
ulo'.hinv and geut a fiirnihinH' irooil" store wi h
t'. ) ii;;e a. y of the Salem wis. Itn mills, 'l!:o
nsiiii ii now being puihle.l and reli 'cd.
Si BAri o From Deeds, V mile west of
Ei'seue about Sept. I ), a niaU pony, while
lace and white hind ).-:;s. ten years old,
branded figure 3 ou let t hip and shoulder.
fc5 rewaid for tutor mat ion leading lo recov
ery. Address Grant Belliuyer, laiuanon, Oi.
Si,t;si.aw Ji'-rr. We it informe.1 hit 'h.
i r. li. ilugiup'.'i . Polhemii and Kyle have Ihtii
Pt Fl'S-enc., wher. ihsv le.tfwd naiws sntl
oi. da r.,i-.!0K"meni 'or tiinlwr and stone for
li e je'-y- Cur inionnaiit lat.-s '.bat ac ive
t or!, will uot b-'g it ti'l uexl spriuir
Maul.ltn. -Al oe C Miolic tlitlre. n Mil
: .., at U a. ui. Tivd. . Oculasr 21 , Mi.
I'-o. A. Laud'-eri. u 'Al Mi. A. M. .Mi
e in.. a. We si li.iawlcie reieint of . i, . t,i
i,e wedding cake, nd cou0ruiulrlii tie happy
Tuosi i25 LoTs.Eugeue residents are
taking adtanlage of the ten day's time given
to get a beautiful resident lot in tbe Frasier
k Hylaud addition (or $25, bull cash, but
anes April 13, '91, without tuteieat.
Fo RA'.t. ..0 "ue of laud, team, bar
ne sind wsgou, ten bead of cnule, farming
n't-csils snd household furniture for sale at
a bargain. Inquire of A. M. McClore, Room
7, Grange Building.
Lilccai. LB.Ttit- J. K. Itiuislmrj, a pop
tiler liberal lecturer, with pood reoorcm.uda
'ioaa from th. prtrs, will deliver a lecture in
Eugene at til. Court Houa Tuesday evening
Oct. 28, at 7 o'clock.
Sxoond Vici PaismtuT At lbs aetsion
of tbe State Funeral Director Association at
Portland, Tuesday. B. U. Day, of Eugene,
was elected ttoond vice presideut.
Marbiko. At the rethlenc of th bride'
motbor in Eugene, Mr. Cha. Humphrey, of
CreiwelL to Miu Addle Hyinao.
Makbiui.- Elmer li'.y.l, . Kuena, was
married In Mm Mary E.'llnlri,la- ,k at Elk
ton, in Dougla oatDty, Wednesday.
IUtiiWAar Builders' Biaterial, tool of
all kind at bottom price.
F. L. Cham Bias.
tint ml Juries on the dune Comity Jail,
For the benefit of th. members of th
Commissioner' Court ws lepiodncs th
opimuus of aeveial grnud juries about th
I.sjc county jail. They should have some
weight with luo Couit:
Juue l.iui, lhOO: "We bav euiuiued
Ih public jail aud piououuce it a disraoe lo
Iatne county The aame ia au uutit place in
which to confine prisoners, and is wholly
March term, lS'K): "The publio jail ii
stu b only in name. A a place la which to
l.eep pri.ouers it is wholly unfit aud unsafe.
It is a ct distant source ol annoy nine tod ex
pense." October 'i- ni, l!-''': "The puhlio jail we
have eiAuiiut'd. The sains is insutllcieut
aud iuaecuio. Tho couuty should build a
April term, l.l: "We have examined
the public jail. We report that Ih same is
insecure and is nli igi'thcr unlit f t : i pur
pose's for which it is used."
Novemlier term, IMS; "We hsve exam
ined the county ju.il and find it unfit fr
priaotu-rs and iiisecute. We recommend
that a new ono be built."
April term, lSS; "Ws hvo exaniintd
the public jail. It is an unfit pluru to keep
prisoners sud is insecure. W regard it as
economy to build a new jail."
November term, 1S.S7: "We havo examined
the county jail au.i report the same as an
i.ulit placn iu which to confine a human
being, and that Ibe same is insecure for the
safe keeping of the prisoners therein."
But eiiou jh of ibis. Th grand juries for
years past condemn the old jail, aud reeoin
mend that a new jail be built. It ahould
have been done long ago, but as it has beeu
neglected, it ia the duty of the prcseut court
to reconsider their decision at the last meet
ing of the court, and provide a suitable
It is ur,;cd that the juil and court house
should I built together. With the present
indebtedness banging over Ihe county, uew
comt bouse, onn that would rellect credit on
tbe county, is scvi-iul years iu tbe future.
The jail is au actual uocissity au.f should be
built at once.
Letters for th following po-soi'S remained
nucalled fur at the posioftlcs ui Eugene,
Oregon, Oct. 21, 1890:
Allen, Miss Nunc) llronii, Mrs Kllala'th
Curl. V It Chillers. Surah
Cov, l)H ' Cm, Kslella
Ciail, C K. Hai, Mis rnnule
ro.i.'f, v K I CiNMlinit.i. r It
Hurtle, liar-, I' lleud.ii'ks, Maiy II
ll in.luc. .1. int'.. Il.itllv, it M
lliile. Jolui K lliiiudtoo, llarl
till. Mi's ,":c II. .11), Frank
IlltiV, Mrs led Jones, 1. I.
l.i vci Iv, T I old, llerale '.
Mil'er,' Aii iii'i '.' Mlmim. Mrs C A
Norloii, Allen I'Klni. M.s M K
l ow el., I r.iuk riesiei, .mc
I'oivell, I'ruik l'liitly. ll I,
It, ..utiles, J Lbii'sii. I'hia'la'
llleiiunlsoii Ktisi'll, John
Siiirnu, Murlha Hiauartl, r' C
On.l... u eslev Han. ni. s A
Taylor, huillli I hiiiniiiii, MrsMiiinieK
1 ri in. .1 C V.nller, II II
Wad.', Alice Wallace Harden
Williams, il A . Illiaui", h U
U hli...il. Kl i.il. ih W hile. Frank
Wilson, r A WiImiii, Kn-d K
Vales Kll'als lh Yoiiua, II C 4
A ehar:'e of one cunt w he made on well
lciter kIvcii nut. I'crsons eu1! i-J ior lcl.e s will
plea e wy when adveilistsl.
MiNtiiit Wasuudbnk, P. M.
Bridge to ho Closed.
Tin Eugene bridge will be closed lo liuvel
next week, commencing Mouday morning,
tu allow the conl-actor to replace the old
pier with a ccw one. It is expected that
travel can be resumed across the brides by
Thei e ' i a ;;ood ford a short dit. no above
he Wi.l'.e '.list will be iimhI dunii.' ne time
he bridge is ciiuetl. Hupervisnr OriIbo In-V-
.s us that tns road on east s-de onleis the
i i i r just ls)'ow the o'd break water and at that
pi.'ce ' c pni aaitiall si:n bainl tlicciiug lb
..svel to "Drive s.f.lulit for the Hug'' on th
.' ert'ds of Ihe river, wceit tho bank has
'a ii f-r. deii down. 11 assures us that th
'.ii-i i" jieriectly safe. The travel afier cross
HU the t'iver oan com nut either by the road
i e. .- Ila'ne..' taniiei-y or th Mad by Mldg'ey
& Purler's machine shop,
ThsGDtrDO.ItJrfceivrd a tsn rnrnt
ol I'..' Wob.ier's Dictiouurles lor.t
ee c t ofloring a premium. Tho a
whoh .ve htibscriofii orolheis who wish to
sub.cvllie t an now got Ih book by ral'ing at
this ollie. Tuose who bav lol.eu it HI
well plened wi'h th quality and ohespnen
of the book. Remeuiber, th diclionrif
end GoAiin for on year coal bntfS.ut).
'1 Ley a s needed in eve, y family, the ous i
a work of constant re'eienc aud tbe oiljrt
;j;(ivelhe louiplole local new of Kerens
rod Laue couuty. You cannot afford lo i'o
without either. .
Est ray Notice.
Taken np by the undersigned in Eugene,
Out. 23, 1890, the following doscribed es
trsys: One black horse aliout C years old,
no murks or brands; ous sorrel mare with
bald face and white feet, about 7 years old,
has been worked. When tukeu up had a
leather strap about neck.
J. T. Wrma, Nightwutch.
To-Ni-inr, tii llrsr Snow. "The Chil-fl
Inns" opened at Rbinebart's Tbeetra last
Monday night to a large and enthuriastic
audience. Every feature of this show ia a
novelty. The singing i Rood, th furces
are ftiuny and the company is an exception
ally good one. The costume of the novelty
artist Ace Levey am simply gorgeous. Le
Cotupt's fire act is beyond description, and
Ibe grotesque musical artists, l'riedlander
Bros., are way up in thrir business. Satur
day niht The Chilian Minstrels will occu
py the liouso fm the first part of the eveu
lug. Without any flattery, thia is ihs best
specialty company ihut has visited Eugene
foryeats. Allhongb the show is so good,
tbe prices sre low, 10 and 29 ceuts, with
reserved seals- at itO cnts. Dr. Butcher
knows his business. Ho tells you how you
feel without asking a question. Call at tbe
office between 9 aud 5 each day this or next
week. Coui-nlUtiou and advice ia fres aud
medicines sold on dial.
WinrB Whkki.h Wavusu. About a year
ago an ordinance was passed requiring all
trucks run in Eugene to provide wheels four
Inches in width. Tims was given them in
which to make ths change, which ba not,
with one exceptiou, been doue. Ths street
ootumistiouer baa notified ihe trackmen that
they must comply with the ordinaoce.
MaI':iH. - At ih resi.leiin of th hrida's
pvrvn'.s on Willamette .tract, Eugene,
We.lii.Ly evetiinu, l t. C. bjr Rev. K. P.
Heuthr.a.ii,.Mr. K. E.CIe. vert" Miss Hatti.B.
iarree. The newly married coiipl hive many
(rieiois who wUh them a fullquoUof matrimo
Marbieii At the residence of K. R. Lock
ey in Ei'irene, Wednesday .veriinx, Oct 'J3,
Mr. ti. H. Spencer t" Ml. Hatri. Luck.y,
Kev. O. A. Blair orhciatin-. Mr. Swrncer
and bis fair brida bav. tb best wishes of many
friends. They will make tb.ir future bom. in
Tbcck 8ou. T. J Forkner ba sold bia
trucks and th good will of bis btuines to
Waimn. Fifty buhel of good clean
orchard gnu seed, at Goldsmith's grocery
Harry Huff Is convalescing.
Wn'ey Shannon l gr anally growing worse,
Shemian Heller is id w:'b the typhoid fever.
J. Klein, of Albany, was Iu town Thurs
Frank Harrington spent last Sunday in
J. M. Hendricks rpent several day in
Portlaud thi week.
Dr. Charles, of Philomath, was In Eugen
and Cottage Grove this week.
'.'lit. J. A. Kladen. of Portland, was In Eu-
(.ern) several d. ys I'm week.
F. W. A. Crain, of Junction, has beeu
quite sick with heait tioublu.
Geo. Cruw tuft Friday uioruiug for a
week's clay at Foley Springs.
Mrs. D. Howard, of Salem, smut several
days visiting in Eugene this week.
Lee Teuli ch waa sick several days the fir t
of the w.'ek, but la now ennvalt scent.
6. P. Sladden and wife left for Florida
Sunday. They will spend the wiuler in tbe
Wm. Mtsiie I", tea for Poilland th first of
. is week, whe.t he inteuda permaneutly l -
R. II. Henderson and Fletcher Linn at
tended the undertaken' convention iu Port
alp. Wm. Osliurn has gone to Grant's Pa
n slop during the winter with her daughter,
I Ion. J. V.sirhetM, one of the largest fanners
of Marion county, visited friends in Eugene
'he lint of the week.
I'd i master Wanliliurne spent several days 'n
Portland thia week. During her absence Ed.
Oshuru has olficiated In lb orlic.
Tbe many friend of Jus Hnddleston will
be sony to learn that hi health ooutinuesto
become worse. But little hops is entertain
ed of bi recovery.
Mi-. Hyland, nf the Lane County Laud A
Io n Co., leaves this Saturday moruiug for a
'rip tail n cities nt Washington and Eastern
Oregon on linn business,
S. 8, Spencer, who baa been employed iu
tho Eugene National bank for some time,
lias accepted a position in the Commercial
National bank of Portland. He will make
the chaugu November 1st.
B. F. Dorris relumed Monday from a trip
lo lbs Blue river mine. He report a num
ber of men engaged running tunnel to pros
H)ct ledot'S. lie says thoru are over 1300
iuuda of giunt powder ou the mountain.
Several men will work them through the
Uw.-'r'e 8wi(t. of Gervsis, was in Eugene
seveiul days this week. Ild is engaged
buying live stock for the Portlsnd markets,
sud was looking after th llrattiiu band of
400 emtio whicu he will ship tu PortUud, '
part from Uurrisburg ind Ihe othois (roui
The status and territories which form the
Pacitlo gtup, ns snnorinned by the census
bureau, now stands as follows:
California, 1,201.002; Washington. 319,
61(1; Oregon, 312,419; Arizona, 69,G9I; Ne
This would place the population of tho
Puoilio Coast ut l,9o9,935.
Wkstkbn Obbikw Hoim. Oregonian: "W
do not make any blow about out hop fields,
for ws ars hardly in the hop business in
Oregon," (aid a hop buyer yesterday, "but
the Willamette valley will turn out 20,000
bales thi year, against 30,000 raised in
Washington, aud when th people of tbe
Willamette do go into tho hop business they
will astonish the natives. There ars fifty-six
men in the violuity of Aurora and Butteville
who belong to tho hopgrowers association.
Abont 2000 bale ars raised around Silvorton,
2000 about Browuaville, SOOO abont Eugene,
3000 about Salem and 2000 around Indepen
dence, and 0000 around Aurora and Butte
ville. The Aurora boos are raised ohietly on
npland and are considered tho beat in the
country, being loaded with lupuline. I know
a man who set out eight aores of hop year
before last. His first crop this season was
14,283 pound for which he baa been offered
thirty-seven cents, at which rate tbe crop
amount to $3,284 29. He has leased the
patch and got one-third, so hi share tbia
year will pay for bit bophonse and leavs hi in
nics profit beside."
A very pointed object lesson is furnished
by lbs town of Lebanon on the subject of t
boms manufacturing. During th present
summer there have been Bhipped from that
plaos 110 ton of cbittim bark, for which $t
per ton was realized, making the snug cum
of $8,230. This bark was gathered in tbe
neighboring woods, and of course oost noth
ing but the tints consumed In gathering it.
Ths bark i sent saat to manufaoluiing
chemists, wher lbs product is placed on the
market in ths shape of medicines which are
estimated to be worth $723 for each ton of
bark used, or total of about $30,000. The
difference between the amount paid out fur
raw material, and ths amount realized from
the manufactured produot represents a loss
to Oregon of fully ninety per cent. Iu other
words, ws ars paid f8,000 for materials
which the eastern manufacturer sells for
180,000. I it possible there is sny one so
dense as to clsim that manufacturing in Or
egon will not pay? This is but one of hun
dreds of instauoet wherein Oregon loses the
larger proportion of the profit on her produc
tions, aud all for ths lack of ths requisite
enterprise in manufacturing Ihe abundant
material at her command.
XVI, 1:,. i. nli aV Ahrama. ei.,1 u c-O'S aud
Ui'ldeia, have plenty of ths best qua! ty of
li-.ek st their yard i;; miles et o' iowq,
sud w. I supply the ceuisnd st rmsoniilds
prim. 1 hey slso soul, set Pf H I "ids of
line woiK and gti.-A .'!.'' a. Will
delist l-.ie-lt 3 oio'fr ! ' f of osu.
. ii . s . i. '
69i:e..Mo. i" L: .vrriin! u-l for '.
Ii' i.if In eli . . I slid B 'io.u.ill? t al of i, me
chuiactcr produced la.t jr. f 0 lor limo.uy
nay per acre. Two sprtc urr-j. i-ri on itn
..i.nii&A n awniiinv 1. ii.l. C-OOil on.
iMi,e. For t'.'ii snd in.'o. a1 I'oa, eooiv
at this office.
Cio. W. K'.i'i'.v, Aiieii'.f-er.
When you wfv. t vo.ir yoodi. l 'J- i .'hold
a- ..'iiiia or land sold st uncvoj, call of
Geo. W. Kinsey, tiiop:oneer and most Suc
re awl anctioneer ia Lane Coouty. He will
S iecd tJ all ! on reasonable oom-
A CI! EAT 1 ISVAKE
Is of en made In uotndiij lieCu'.ii'o'ir a Poniive
and Negative Kleclne Counu CUiO lor ooti,iis.
riiltls, croup, eoiisiiniptlou. as II I" ilieo.iiycuiesu
ism. lii ilia I H. free noiil Oiuaies. tiae n.r
ecdi're'U-lry Itsad ssj. ,
t...,.i mnniha a in Mr. Henrv Plummer.
of Clements. Cal who is subject lo cramps,
wis taken with a severe attack. Us had
oeen accustomeel lo get relief by dosing witn
morphine, but the disagreeable effect that
ii i A l.i m.t. him miserable for
bout after th cramp bad been relieved. 1
t-paded him to try unsmoeriaio a y.om;
Cuole.a snd Diarrhu Remedy. He was
lunch pleased with it, a itatffect was almost
iiiaiaiilsoeous, and no disagreeable after
ftol "om'nied its use. Cbss. Eam
estl. .answer Farmers' Trade Tuion, Cle-tun-
, Cal. For sale by F. M. Wi'lia.
V. M. Wilkin, th drusgisl, wishes to
remind hi wtrou thst it l dangerous
pobcv to writ until taken sick before buying
a bottle of ClM.nl i lain s Colic, Cholera and
DisnbieA Remedy. Every family should b
p ovioed wi b soma reliable remedy for
.rowel com plain ta, isavly for immediaie nse,
whenever required, during ths summer
month, and this remedy is nnqoestionably
far soperior to any other. It can always U
depended upon, and is pleasant and aafa to
twk. It is put np in 2. aud 30 cent bottle.