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1TY AND COUNTY
OCTOBEb 21. Wl.
October 20, 1891.
I!uu Drury was here UhI Friiluy (rum VI ill
Tits McKenzle sawmill bus been movtd
ruin tbe McKeozi to Mill creek.
Tlit olerk of tlx weather department li
n'n luotinfi affairs In a manner which iwiiii
tu be satisfactory to all.
Tb demand for lumber at th present
time is to great that tbe two nulla ti re are
,u,ulr,iuat to lb HU(jly .
Work bm been commenced txieudi'ig the
v ..mii road (rum the Field mw mill to tbe
L.un county liur, dinleoce of three mi lei.
To break tba otherwise monotony u( ibe
I v-f, Hob Field' team took a spin from
t.. saw mill down tha road about a mile,
1 t Saturday, but did do damage.
Sunday arbool iu reorganlzjd last 8nu-
v wilb tba following officer: Bupt., Mra
inter; aoat. anpt , T. M. Biggs; secretary,
s. Windom. Ail abonld beounie inter
t i .1 in ibia mailer and turn out aud a sue
, ful arbool will be tba raault. Tan
o v .vk la lb hour of meeting.
F. A. ltankin bes been appointed ageut
of the W. W. Kimball Co. for tba aala of
tlii ir justly celebrated pianos and organs Id
diia ixtrt ol Orevon. Ha will open np a
mu.c rooin adjoining Miss Bankin'a mil
lioery itore aa aooo a a Urge conaignment
from ihe (aotory reaches bere. 11a will al
to kw p in "lock tba famoui llallet k Davis
piano, tba Arion and tba Hale, tba beat
cheap piano made. Pianoi will be aold on
any installments at from libO upward and
orp:nii from $00 np. lie will be pleased at
nT time to plaoa hi Instrument alongside
of any other (or oomparion and let tbe
tbe pnblio judge ai to which ii beat. Any
one desiring a piano can save f0 to fluO
by bc iug Irom bim. Tbe reaaon la you
deal 1 1 foot witb tbe faotory and nave no
middlemen' profits to pay.
THE Ql'EEK OF THE Tt HI'.
Stocktoh, Cel., Oot. 20. The celebrated
Kunol trotted on tbe Stockton track today
smiust time. She went to tbe quarter
uole in 3I& seconds, and kept on at ber
,.m1i-rfnl atride to the hall mile nost in
1 .04 flat. Here Tim O'Brien came into tbe
race with tbe runner. Tbe mare came
around tbe turn faster tban any man on
tbe eroundi ever saw a trotter go
and reaobed tbe three-quarter
nost in la7. it was a ureal race
HLiiliMt time as she came down
t!ie home stretch to the finish, and
the excited timers shouted:
"She's got it" "She'll beat it." Buiv
ol came home in a magnificent finish
Marvin had the race and he encour
aged the mare all the while by calling
on her. but did not use the whip.
Everybody shouted as she went under
the wire in z:ui. n was me gamcst,
finish ever seen on a racetrack. rtix
timers compared their watches and
t hev were exactly tne same saint
There was no watch on the grounds to
dii'Dute the correctness or the rccoru
: except to make it faster by a quarter of
a second. Tne crowd veiled UKe crazy
j men, and cheer after cheer went up for
isunoi ana Marvin.
A Flariww Escape.
La GbasdE, Or.. Oct. 18. The farmbonae
Lf Milton Cochran, near Alicel, this county,
(was destroyed by fire tbia morning. Loan,
R1000: inauranoe. J500. The fire was caused
fir tha eioloiion of a lamp, and burned
t . . " . w V. l i .:
with sucn rapidity tnai air. uoenrao a cme
Mien, who bad been sleeping, escaped witb
I PoBTLiND, Oot. 21. Dr. J. R. Bay ley, of
.Newport, who baa a suit for a large amount
cf damages against the Metropolitan Street
Railway Company lor damages ue ciaim io
lv received, is in town When asked to-
Mav if Le reall inteuded to prosecute tbe
base, and i( he bad s good eaase ot aotion,
iiasairf: OertainW: I was ruling on a
fcar and signalled the conductor to atop tbe
tar at Grant street, where I desired lo Ret
tiff. He atopped, but not over thirty sec
onds, and iuat aa I was steeping off tbe car
It started again rapidly and threw me
against tha curbstone, which I struck again
with my back, and I have been hardly able
lo walk eter since.
lac Bobbers al Work.
Maby villi. Cel.. Oct. 20.-Following
the robberv of the Reddiug and Weaver
rille stage last night, at about 7 o'clock by
I masked man about a mile out of tbia city,
tbe Bedding and Alturas stage was atopped
knd robbed about twelve miles from town
y two masked man. Wells, Fargo k Co.'s
tax and tbe mail were taken, and tbe dri
Mr was alto made to give np what spare
nh ha nossesaed. He had about JoO On
lis nnrsnn which ha was taking to mer
ihant at ltoond Mountain for change. No
due to tha robbers so far.
Call s Halt-rTnat tired languid feeling
leans that your system is in a state to In-
it Hioioiia and Wrisht'a Compound Ex
M of Barsaparilla is what you need at
Ice to expel impurities of the blood and
5ild you np. Bold dt an aruggisu.
Geo. W. Klnsey, Auctloueer.
. Kvv.n r.n want Tonr mods, household
i knitnra or land sold at auction, call of
' So. W, Kinsey, the pioneer and most suo
Burnt anntionar in iane IOodit. no
nd to all sales on a reasonable oom
HoLLOWAr Watthbl rnkn.. Jiwsiav
6svTAcLn Asn Musia
Dsy t Henderson.
Canvas shots at 0. . K's.
Walton k Skipworib, Lawyers.
Go to O. E. Krausse for toot wet r.
Call on Caswell for sidewalk '.umber.
Bubber bottom shoes at O. E. Krautae's.
Sheet music at Tatterson k Christian's.
Mooev to loan on farms. Enoulre of Judm
See the u tyle n( Oik furniture at
Day St Henderson's.
Hot and cold baths every day in tbe week
at Jerry Horn oarber shop.
Carpets, carpels, all new styUw for spring
trade at Day i Henderaou's.
For fine suits made to order and ready
made clothing, go lo Ed Hanson.
See the new invoice of oak furniture, all
new patterns at Day k Henderson's.
21 dollars will buy a solid, antique, oak
bed room set at Day k Hen lemon .
C. Marx. Barber Shop and Bath Rooms.
First door north of Dunn's new block.
Blsuk deed, mortgage deeds and chattel
mortgagts lor sale at tbe ucabd otnoe.
5,000 worth of ladies' shoes lo be aold at
Or below COBt. J. V. llATLOOt.
Mr CIm V Craw hss the sole atrencT for all
brand of the celebrated Tansil Punch Cigars
Remember that Hanson k Son bave tbe
best selected stock of clothing in town.
Bring vonr old scrap cast iron to tbe Eu-
gene Iron Foundry where you can dispose
of It. . '
Enoene Flour J 1.35 per sack. Tbe Eu
gene Flouring mills make tbe beat quality
ol roller mm nour.
tf Tim are oettine too old (or tour apcO'
tacles, or if they do not exactly suit yon take
them to Watts and bave new lenses mien.
Rrat line of Dinah snd light weight cloth
wraps Irora 10 to 35 dollars south o( Port
land, now on exhibition at A. V. l'etera.
Dr. O. W. Biddle may be found at bis
residence on Olive street, between Fifth and
Sixth streets one block west of the Minne
sota Hotel. He is prepared to do all dent
si work In tbe best manner.
Tbe beat family remedy is undoubtedly
Plunder's Oregon Blood Turifler. Harm
leu it aprnmnlihhea relief where many oth
er medicines f nil to do. It may be safely
giveu to tbe Infant as well as the adult.
Peddlera are like tbe Irishman's flea, aud
often irresponsible, no buy an organ of a
reputable house, and that will not fall to
nieces with the first damp weather. Call
and see Holloway's.
Oxford ties at 0. E. K's.
Fouutain pens at Watts'.
Overgaiters at O. E, K's.
Job work st the Guasd office.
Tenuis goods at 0. E. K's.
We lead others follow. O. E. K.
Wigwam slippers st 0. E. Krausse's.
Rnsset shoes at 0. E. K's.
Go to Smith & Hall to sell yonr wool.
Go to Goldsmith'! and get prices on bacon
Selette Flush Jackets only 10 dollars at;A.
Men's pateut leather shoes at O. E
Blank deeds and mortgages for sale at the
Goldsmith pays the highest cash price foi
Try some breakfast bacon from boutbern
Oregon, A. uoldsmith.
Fotest City Dongola shoes only u ou a
pair at A. V. Peters.'
All kinds of mill saws snd nles lor saie at
Richard Mount a saw shop.
Remember the $1 50 Dongola shoe, good
value for $2, at A. V. reters'.
The best assortment of children s shoes
will be found st 0. L. Krausse S.
When wanting a nice tie or snything in
tbe furnishing line go to J. E. Bond.
Blank notices tur the location of quarts
mines for sals at the Guard office.
For all kinds of (arminp implements call
on J. M. Hendricks on Mntb btreet.
Screen windows and doors, glass, sash snd
doors at Bioalow & kibipatbick.
xr ontiro stuck 10 tier cent, discount for
cash. J.iJ. WATLOCE.
Ti vnn want to buv a magnificent organ
from $50 to $75 cheaper than peddlers can
sell you, go to W. Holloway.
W. Holloway has just received s consign
mantel new omans. without doubt tne no
.t inniul instruments ever brought bere.
Call and see ihem. '
A large assortment of wall paper iuBt re
ceived at the Eugene Book Store, tail and
Bangs'McKeuile Springs Stage Line
Explanation of the Flag Signals
adopted by the U. 8. Weather
Dally QusM, Oct II.
Today for the first time Is dlxiilaved
the lings of the U. S. Weather Unreal!,
in hugvlic. They will Ih seen on the
Hag Hile in front of the City Hull:
W'e publish the following; explana
tion of the meaning; of the ditlereut
disnluys of Hags:
xuiniaT i, wane uiigx, six levi
wjtiare, indicate clear or fair weather.
.Minuter ., nine mi);, six tcei square,
indicates rain or allow. Numlier 3,
white and blue ting (parallel bars of
W lute and blue), six feet square, indi
cates that local rains or showers will
occur, and that the ruin fall will not
be general. Numler4, black triangu
lar llag. four feet at the Immc and six
feet In length, always refers to tem
perature; when placed aliove niinilcra
1,2 or 3, it Indicates warm weather;
when placed below iiumU-rs 1, 2 or 3
it Indicates colder weather; when not
displayed, the indications are that the
weather will remain stationary, or
that the change in tcnicrature will
not vary more than four degree from
the tcniiN'rature of the same hour of
the prccccdiiiK day from March to
October, inclusive, and not more than
six degrees for the remaining months
of the year. Number 5, white Hag ix
feet square with black square In the
center, indicate the approach of a
sudden and decided fall iu tcmicmtiitv
This signal Is not expected to be di
nlnveil ult-SM tlmt the tiittMrutiiiv
will fall to forty-two degree, or lower,
and l usually ordered at least twenty
tour hours in advance or tne cold wave
When numlsT 5 is displayed. iiuiuUt
4 isnlwavs omitted.
When displayed on poles the signal
should lie read downward.
IXTKKI'KKTATION OK DISPLAYS,
No 1, alone Indicates fair weather.
.No " alone, indicates rain or snow,
.no ,i, alone, indicates local rain,
Mi 1, with .no 4 above it, indicates fair
o 1, with No 4 below , It, Indicates
fair weather, colder.
No 2, with No 4 above It, Indicates
wanner weather, rain or snow.
No 2, with nutnlier 4 U'low it, Indi
cates colder weather, rain or snow-
No 3, with No 4 above it. Indicates
wanner weather with local rains.
No 3, with No 4 below it, indicates
colder weather with local rains,
No 1, with No 5 above It, indicates
fair weather, cold wave.
No 2, with No 5 atxive It, indicates
wet weather, cold wave.
i r.ruuKi .
The Siuslaw Fair.
' LoKANK, Oct. llUh. 18!1
Ehitob KroKXK (U'akd: Dear Sir.
I am requested for the tienetU of your
many readers to announce thai me
Siuslaw Agricultural Society held its
annual fair on the llrst Friday In
October, and was quite a success as far
as the display was concerned, although
we have had better attendance in
former years. I think the display of
natures uouniuui gins count imh nv
excelled. Much praise is due Will,
Huwley for the grand display of pro
ducts which he put on exhibition, ulso
great credit is due Hrothers Simpson,
Landreth and 1. F. Davis for the suc
cess of the fair. The agricultural
society re-orpinl.ed with K. Doty,
president: 1. F. Davis, vice-president.
The new organization intend to make
the Siuslaw precinct fair second to
none, in the future, as a precinct fair,
They prnixise to oiler fair premiums for
all products and an articles oi iancy-
work and all elites nut on exhibition
and Mr. Editor, as far as produce is
concerned Siuslaw can put on exhibit
some line large specimens ol the pro
ducts of the soil. I would like to have
given your readers an account of our
show in classes, but time and space
forbids at the present, t J. atkinkox,
I J. II. Ilaarat k Frauaunrea l.eprr
-lie has hern Isolate.
Dr. D. A. Paine arrived Tuesday from
McKenzie preciuct. about 65 miles east of
Euense. where he hid been for the purpose
of etamiuing into the condition of oue, 1.
11. Hancock, wuo was charged oy nis nrigu
bor witb bting alllicted with the inournble
diseane, li'im. He was assisted by Dr.
J. H. ltsrr, of the Foley Springs. After a
thorough examination, it wm determined
beyond doubt that be was alllicted with the
disease. The sores have broken out and
are uow ruuniug
Dr. Puiue made arrangements tor his
ompltte isolation, Hubcoi'k sgreung here
after to stsy on his pn mist's, permitting no
oue to euti-r bis house which i located
about one-bslf mile uorlb ot the Mckeu.ie
Arrnii'm"iits were made wuo a. b.
Powers to procure food and leave It st an
acivs.ible plsce for the altlicled umu.
llslx-ock says that bis lutner ami moiner
were both citizens ot the L'uited States, al
though he was Ixirn st Honolulu,
That bis mother cstue to the Ilsuda when a
child wiili l'uited Stales Minister Gregg
and family aud wss r.iaed by tbero. His
father is a pilot at the barboi of Honolulu.
He wild til it th iliseM) made Its appear
ance on bim llrst about four years a,(o in
Honolulu, aud be wss exsmiueU by the
government oonrd ol piivsu-mus wno pro
nouueed him a "Hiinpeut,1' He then led Out
place and rauie to AtlorU, staying tbero fur
a time, aud altirwsrds coming to ihi coun
try about to years ago. Uabcock Is 21
It will te lucky, lutleed, it some persons
in tbat section have not contracted ibe dts-
eae, as be has bei n allowid to visit ta
pleasure at some of the bounvs there.
Tried for Murder.
The Coast Mail of October 15 evs!
The tril of A. D. Webster for tbe murdtr
of Robert Fales occupied two dsys of this
week at the circuit court, mute was very
little interest in Ibe trial and few people
eared enouch about Ibe proceedings to at'
tend. The evidence was verv ooutlictiug,
and there is uo doubt but what some first-
class ueriury wss committed. Tbe esse was
L-iven to Ihe nuv luexdsv aiteruouu, snu
the jury, afler considering tbe case all night
brought iu a verdict at eight o'clock on
Wednesday moruiug. lu vennoi was
"guilty of manslaughter." It is said on tbe
first billot Ibe jury stood lour (or murder
iu the first degree; nve tor mansiaugnier
and three (or acquittal. Twelve ballots
were taken aud tbe jury did not begin to
change until Wednesday morning. U is
claimed that some Hue work (or tbe prisoner
was done in gettiug np the jury, and public
entimeut iu vicinity ol tbe place where the
crime was commuted inclines to tne opin
ion that Ibe killing was a cold-blooded
Kew Music Store.
N. It. Gnvlnrd formerly of P. II.
Kiixton & (Vs. store of Salem, ha
owned here with the best lino of
pianos and organs ever brought to the
c tV. .Mason and Jtaillllll, loiny mm
K.iuerson initios, an tne laiesi ti'
slgtis. Parties wishing anything will
do well by examining; our stock In the
new block on Willamette street be
tween tith and 7th, No, 4.
rump, pipe aud gas fittings at Miller k
D. Liuo k Son, furniture and undertak
ing. Cook stoves from f 1.50 to 100 at Miller
k Long's, Vth street.
Nice assortment of hardware at Miller k
Oats bought and stored by the Eugene
Miller A Long is the cheapest plsoe for
stoves and liuware.
K'ep saying over lo yourself, "I can get
hardwuro at Miller k Long's." .
Tha best buggy made (or the money, is F.
L. Chambers ft'ib pleasure wsgous.
Alteution Farmers. Call on Miller k
Long (or Stoves, Tiu and Hardware.
40,000 bacs to loan to those who desire to
store their wbeut iu the Eugene Mills.
Owuers of (arms desirous ol tenants call
ou the Eugene Improvement Co., ltegister
For choice Spencer Butte nursery apple,
pear trees, Ac, write to Orville Phelps, Eu
Why t ! Sleep on the floor when f'i
will buy a double bulstcad st Day & Henderson's.
Carpenters and contractors will save mon
ey by getting tiuning ajul plumbing from
Miller ,t Long.
Tinuiug, plumbing aud job work of
all kinds done cheap aud on snort notice kt
Miller s liong.
Miller k Long are sole agents for the cel
ebrated Oold Coiu and Gordon Stoves aud
Hauges in Kugeue.
Remember that the Eugene Milling Co.,
is buyiug oals, and storing them also. Lib
erul prices ottered.
Taken tin bv the undersigned iu Eu
gene, October 14, lStil the following do
scrils'd cstmy: 1 roan liorso 8 years
old, bald face and three white reel.
1 will sell the almve described estray
at tiublie auction at Hangs' stable In
Kligene, Niturdiiy, ifcioner at, irwi ui
yodOCKp. 111. J. 1. vvriTr.n,
Notice to Teachers.
The teachers of Lane county are hereby
informed tbat arrsngemeiits have tieen
made witb the Hon. E. Ii. McElroy, State
Superintendent, lo bold onr County Insti
tute in conjunction with the District In
stitute for the counties of Coos, Cnrry,
Douglas, Lane aud Denton, on tbe 28th,
2'Jth, 30th and 31st of December next in
Eugene. This courtesy extended to our
county, with tbe important opportunities
ottered for instruction we hope will be duly
suDreciated and embraced,
A general attendance of tbe. oonuty will
be exuected. A"d us some time will be nec
essary for prep.naiion we will request that
all wbo desire to take an active part in tbe
work of the Institute will report to me at an
eurlv dsv witb selection of subjects which
they may prefer to preseut.
a. w. rAnsnson, uo. en pi
Oct. 22, 18U1.
Smith Family Concentrating in Fair-
Tt. Smith, J. Euimett Smith and Jesse D.
Smith hsve each reoenlly bought lots in
Fairmouut and intend to build, lbeae all
renresent different branches of Ibe Smith
family; others ol tne lamuy are soon io toi
low. It is expected when they all get lo
cated there, the popnlstion of the town w 11
be at least ball a million.
A Chance for All.
It is human nature at alt times to waut to
better your condition. You are always look
ing (or a cbauce to get bargains, especially
in the line of the necessaries of life, Ed.
Bsum, tbe clolbier, is now offering Ihe best
lianmlns vr nflered to the tieonle of Lsne
county. He is preparing lo deal in another
line of goods exclusively, and therefore of
fers bis eutire stock Ot OlOlUlUg AT ACTUAL
cost. This Is no humbug, but an actual
closing out sale. All clotbiug will be sold
AT COS I and sll other luruisblug gooas at
remarsablv low prices. Do not lose your
chance for bargains, but make bay while the
sun shines. Such chances do not come often
and do not last long, so take sdvautage al
once. He has no shelt-woin goods, but
hsviug been in the business only two yesrs
bss a (resh, clean stock, purchased in the
East at low prices for cash. Tbe wise will
beed at once.
t all ( reek Items.
tytian nllnn amatrV WOrk SO tO E.W
aSison A Co., who are prepared to furnish
l tin,;, at inwt n rices for first-class work.
Ir Portland cement walls (or enclosing
fcetery lots are the finest yet put upon
k market, snd are (urnished at about ba (
I cost of stone. Call and see our beauti
I lu,,.. j, winlt irranites and best
marble. Offices at Al-
by, Eug-ne snd Koseburg.
V.r Rxnsrtfnllv Yours.
I E. W. Acarssos k Co.
1 Sheep Inspectors Notice.
ill persona lo Lana eounty owning scab
sbeep or sheep afflicted with other dis
ss, are hereby notified that ssid sheep
K be thoroughly dipped, suffloient to kill
1 disease, forthwith.
tny person failing to comply with this no
I will be liable to bave bis sheep dipped
Ihe Inspector at said persona s expense.
Is notm and save ooste,
tated Jnn. S. 1891.
Quo. FlBHCS, Sheep Inspector,
Don't Believs It
as (r.i.l ii,.t V U. Wilkins. tha dmggiat,
fi selling "Wisdom's Bobertine" for the
a leiion, the moat elegant snd only really
a.w nl iu kind in tne
M. and giving a.beanriful picture card
I every bottle. '
,.ri ni.M m lm vour builder
Iware, tinware, glas, rope, Snd sll kinda
ktcbme oil, e.. ust
VinniFia A KSAFV.
! Masonle UuUding.
Eli Bangs is now running his stage line
nn tha McKenzie river to the Foley and
u-ibn-n mrinoa and intermediate points
The stage leaves Eugene op Mondays,
w.nRvs snd I'rulavs returning a iiernaie
a ts tr o wiu be msae in iweive
linn.. Viir C1CSHLS BUU lUilUCI . u.v. u...wu,
call at the Hoffman House stables on Niuth
What Is It!
tw rnuWes that beautifnllr soft com
plexion snd leaves no traces of its spplics
. uinrinn. effects? The answer, Wis
j1. UnLrtine accomplishes all this, snd
is pronounced by ladies of taste and refine
" r . j ...... . - , rt i.
ment to oe me mosi ub'""i -....
.nAnr.aA Warranted harmless and
matchless. F. M. Wilkins, agent, Eugene
There is no danger of a cold resulting in jjU8llu.u ' ,'K.ur In-ing, Wednesday,
when Chamberlains Cough ..,W 91t A. M. lirisfiiw to Misn
I. . i a Ai.MifA "Inr a severe .. . . ,. .
Kemeay is wu ""Z.I. Wa .t. I uusiineii,
oold." it snectuBiiy wuu.-- olllcating.
Markied. At the residence of (Jco.
liev. O. A. lllair
...'tanp. of a cold to result in pneu-
mon U . This (act was lolly proven in thous
ands o( c ases during IDe epineniic "
inzs last winter. For sale by F. M. Wilkins,
Waxted.-100.000 lbs. of good Willamette
..IU. woo . b
Against Ibe Railroads.
Sr-Il ui the (il'Aan.
c...u n. . not. 20 Judge Boise todsy
j, ..ij ,h. .nnlirstinns of Ibe Sontbem Pa-
ciftc, and Union Psciflo railroads (or writs
o( teview against the Oregon Kailroad Com
mission, and decided insi int biiuuii-.
.u. in St rates, and baa properly
i JTth. same: that it reduction of
freight rates wss made auer propenj u
sideiing the value of the roads and cost of
.rriMv. The roads are given until Friday
to answer wbv the commission i
not go into effect.
loallof WHa aPlstel.
a ui rvn-rov. fr.. Oct. 19. Alex
Msson. of Oartield, Wash., en route to
visit rclatlvw at Lexington, U-ing
COIUW-Ued to lay over nrre fnu..a.,,
thought to amuee nunseii uy sargv-e
with a revolver, and
tvasa K.rnra Go io tba Depot lombeJ
or eheao lumber. Andrews will not
But, Arrnmos. AU kinds of
oda at bed mrk prices at
f.s.ling with it, thinking of cin, tl
Ii.....i-.r. wi-r mmtv. "it went off."
The ball, a 3-calibrv, entered between
ih.m.li and index fingt-rand Uik
an upward curse, lodging between the
L......i..f ti. middle and nngflngi r
of the V-n band. A doctor located and
rh bulb t without gri'at diftl-
euity. and Miioved several pKts of
the eliatUrvd l-e. The young man
will have a rtiff flngvr as a metiR-nto of
his firt vbtit to Arungton.
Tv.MrBtr work on the Sververod
wart bo a is about completed
As Impsovcmikt. Tbe raise just north
of the Luiversilv on Lleventh street. Is be
ing leveled down bv tbe street committee.
This is s needed improvement.
Dud. At ber residence on High street
Eugene, Tuesday morning, October 20, st
2 o'clock, Urs. barsb U. uraclcn, sged tf
years. Ueslb resulted irom oomumpiiou.
Married. In Lane county, Ore
gon, Octolier IS, ltl, by H. V. ItusMcll,
M. I).. J. 1.. John llranton and Jane
Elliott, all of Lane comity, Oregon,
A Fiia Show. A large audience greeted
T.ini. Lord Fauntlerov al Uhlnebsrt a the
atre Tuesdsy evening. Tbe show wss much
above Ibe average aud gtve general satis
Attractixo Attextiox. The ecu.
tral liMntion of Fairmont sccuis to lie
mtnu-ting many homcwekers tj that
Itv order of the City Council the
tax "mil will he reopened for the r
ei ipt of city taxes until N'ovemls-r 2,
lil. I will be at my oflice to receive
tlieiiiie from Ho'cbs-k a. m. till 7
o'eloi k n. m. duilv until that date.
lh.te.iOet. 3. iirh F. t'BAW,
The Monterey Live Kbsk Asia
tion have ai.i.inU-d F. A. lUinkill,
their agent and you will do well to
con-wit him in relation lo insuring
your live stock.
Oct. 21, 18!)1
Mrs. Huunicutl is on tbe sick list.
Miss Emma Eston from near JaKpcr, vis.
ited at S.Drurv's the hitter part of last
Wellington Humphrey started work ou L.
F. Wheeler's dam. which is being construct
ed for the purpose of tunning logs, about
eicht miles above this plaoe.
ti. JaiUcs spent pail ol issi wees ou ran
Tbe new school bouse Is a very nest and
snacious building, which has long been
needed, and is now completed and school
commenced Monday, with Miss Dickinson
of Eugene as teacher.
Real Estate Trausters.
J. N. Hunch to Alice A Hunch, lot 6
In block 13, In l'uckard's addition;
f 'ulln L Martlii to Johnnthan P F.w
lug, lots 2, 8, 4 and 6, block 0, fchii
ton's addition: tiOOO.
Johnnthan 1' l-.wlng to Juan mi
Hond, lot 5, block 0, rihclton's uddl
n V Hond to J M Kitchen, lot 3,
block 3 and the NJ of lot 4, block
(ieo M Miller to C H Davis, 80x3i0
A C Ilrown to ('lias (1 Ilendercr, 40
nrr.-u In Tn ill K. K 4 V:
KUite of Oregon to I.i.zie M Miller,
411 erea in Tn 17 H. It VI : f sl.
Ansel Heiumenway to Duvid Ivy, W
aen-aln To IS S. II 6 W: f.'f.
11 F lloud to Allen lfamd, 102 acres
In To 17 H. K4 WitS.lUO.
1K1 Muikey to Christian rVhrug, et
al. a.17 Here ill Tn 17 H. It S W: I Il.'SSI.
J W ltringle to Chns II linker, 40
ai res in Tp 17 H, U 1 V;
KO Corson to II L Neff, 40 acres;
Jus K N'olaml. Kherlfl, to W T Peet,
Km acres in Tp is rt. It 4 W; f li0.
Clarence K l'earsall to Calvin Ibsr
ers, bind in Tp i rt, It M W, and Tp 1
H, It 1 K;
OAC H It to Wm Hamilton, 40
acres in Tp 10 rt, It 7 W; !.
A (I Hovey and II C Humphrey to
A J Frieze, Hi avres in Tp 17 rt, 115 Wj
J J Pi fill to K M Anders, W blisk
deo II Coulter to F M Wilkins, J W
Kays and Jas r Wilkins. lots 2 and 6
in Clock 37, lots 2, 11 and 12, bbs k
, lots I. 2, 3, 4 and 5 in bbs k 9, quit
Ax Billy the reductions on
Green Zumwalt, of Irving, Is Ihe proud
fat bet of a bounciug boy.
A marriage license was granted to I.
L. Armstrong and Susie January.
Cheap for rash only, Ax Billy.
Ed. Damn, clothier.
S. W. Emerson and O. L. Howard are
operating s hotel In Springfield.
Ax Billy tbe prices on tinware.
Notice Dr. J. 8. Walter's card in another
column. He doe first-class dental work
at moderate pt lees.
Don't psks by D. Liuu & Son's furniture
store without examining thoir fins new liue
of furniture just renivud.
Oak bed room jets and all other kinds ol
furniture, shades and carpet at Dsy k
Uendersous, cbesper than ever.
If you waut a suit of olothes or a pair of
pantaloon go to Davis, Ihe tailor. He guar
antees satisfaction and low prices.
Golden Age Disc Harrow with or without
seeder, best aud lowest price in tbe market
at F. L. Ciiamusbs.
Oliver Chilled Plow, also Olivers new
steel plow warranted tn scour in any soil.
Wnlkmg, Sulky or Osng Plows and auy
thing you need to cultivate tbe ground
With. t . L, CHAUBCIIS.
For watches, clocks, tilverwate and lew.
elry go to Holloway's. All new goods aud
W, Holloway's stock Is agalu complete
witb the newest novelties of Ibe season.
Prices are the lowest.
The piling for tho Albany bridge Is
completed up to the first pier, nml work
will progress on mat as nua as ptswi-blc.
There are no flies on Holloway or fly
specks on his goods. They are sll brand
new and the prices are like the goods. Call
auid see his watches, clocks aud silverware.
Ktigcno flour nt Henderson's.
Allmny Hour at Henderson's.
Med lord Hour nt Henderson's.
Junction Hour at Henderson's.
You pays your money and you takes
your choice. .
Ax Billy for new bargains.
Sugar and flour are down, Ax Billy.
Tbe Queen restaurant on Willamette
street has quit busiuoss.
Tbe sttendunce at th Stale University is
increasing every week.
We make a specialty of On draughting ol
sll kinds. Gray k Brouse.
We have received the first issue of the
Oswego, Or., Irou Worker. It is a neat
F. A. Tozler bought two lots In
Fairmouut today and will bulid a
dwelling at once.
Tho curbing Is being placed along;
the west side of the block bctwecu
Ninth and Tenth streets.
Puyallitp hopgrowers agree that picking
all the leaves from tbe vines early next
season will go a long way towards starving
out Ihe lice.
A. N. Oreen, formerly a county commis
sioner ot this county, is now keeping a hotel
st Hpringfleld, Mo.
D. W. Wallis order tbe Guard, sent to
him st Palo Alto. Cel. Us is attending
Cbaa. Slsdden is now in Chicago as the
traveling representative of a large manu
facturing firm of Hsu Francisco.
Eugen has a good list ol steam whistle
Tbe sawmill, cannery, planing machines,
Ice factory snd wood sawing machines make
things lively snout the noon hour.
The Willamette valley is again the coun
try of red apples. Tbe pestilent codlin
moth destroyed considerable of tbe fruit,
yet enough remained to re-mind us ol
old-time Oregon apple crop.
8evmnnr W. Condon, prosecuting attor
ney of Ibis judicial district and well known
in Corvsllis, is quite ill st bis home iu Kit
gene. Corvalli Times. This will be news
to Mr. Condon as he i in his usual health.
Al Auten has resigned disposition In
Smith A Hall's Kits-cry store, and In
connection wltlta Mr. W'eU-r, has pur
chased Mr. Hringle's general inerchiin-
disestorentWa terv lleiuid will contin
ue the IiuhIiicss. Al is a good salesman
and will make a success of the same.
Parties wbo wish lo purchase fruit trees
from outside nurseries should exercise cau
tion. Certain parties have bought nurwry
stock from dlflcrenl sections, and their rep
resentations are liable to bo fraudulent.
Fruit groweta should inspect stock, or be
sure ot the nurseryman's reliability, before
F. F. Patterson, formerly ol Engeno, is
building a fine residence iu Boseburg.
Farmers report tbat enough ruin has not
(alien yet to allow them la plow, only in
late summer (allow or iu bottom laud.
Jos. Thelmer makes complaint that one
of the boarders at bis resideuce hit biin on
the top of his head with a bummer snd
thereby his bralu is affected.
Sheriff J. E. Nolaud returned from Taco
ms by Wednesday's overlanJ traiu. He say
Albertson waived examination and was
placed utider 120,000 bonds, which, it is
ueeelles to say, be did not give.
There will be s Sunday School Conven
tion held st Springfield on Saturday next,
2 p. ra. and evening. A good programme
has been arranged and sll ol every denomi
nation ere invited to re present. It la lo be
a mass convention. U. A. Dlais,
President Couuty Sunday School Work.
W. E. Hrown and son Warner will
soon start a muslo store Iu Portland,
having already rented a building In
thatcity for the purpose. Mr. Ilrown's
family will not remove to Port hind
until spring, however.
Eugeno has a gamo market In keen-
elty style. Al Jionrs mis
Ing with c
morning there were salmon, nystcrs,
clams, milled grouse improperly
called Oregon pheasant, and ji"
not to speak of poultry stock.
It has been published that M. H.
Warner will remove to Portland sm
to engage In business. We are reliably
Informed that Mr. Warner din's not In
tend engaging In business or remov
ing; to Portland, but will remain In
Tbe borax bed near Ellensburg, Wash., la
18 feet deep and 50 per cent. pure. A rail
load is needed to develop this material. It
is looked upon as a valuablo discovery, but
it is off souis distance from tbe railroad
lines. Tbe road, however, when built from
Port Eaton, will necessarily pass noar the
beds. Quit a number of Su aore claims
have been taken in thst section, which will
prove some day a bouauza to Ibe owners.
J. E. P. Withers is expected to arrive
from the East today.
Dr. B. F. Russell has resigned Ihe office
of Justice ol the Peace tor Thurston pre-
Oregon Fuel lie Troubled.
The Oregon Pacifhi oase occupied th
whole afternoon at Corvallis Tuesdsy, Oct.
20. Col. Hogg filed his report as receiver,
aud admitted that he couldn't pay tbe
bauds. A representative ol tbe Blair stock
holders announced tbat if the court would
remove Col. Hogg as receiver aud appoint
a man whom be would name tba men would
all be paid at once. After argument tbe
case was sdjourued until tbe 2Jrd inst, giv
ing the receiver tbe intervening time in
which lo make the payment, when the road
will be ordered sold iu the regular form to
pay the men.
Tbe Cotviillis Times, an anti-Hogg paper,
gives Ihe following account of the cane I
Col. II M wns represented by two able at
torneys from New York, and J. K. Weather
ford aud Geo. E. Chamberlain looked afler
the iutereiits of the nnrsid laborer. The
oratory ol tho attorneys occupied the atten
tion ol the court all tbe afternoon and by
mutual consent further bearing was contin
ued until Friday, Oct. 23.1, in order to give
the attorneys for the petitioners time and
opportunity to examine tbe report ol Ibe re
ceiver th'it had juil been filed. Io view of
tbe (act thst the laborers are still unpaid.
Judge l'ies ordered that the road be ad ver
ticil uud sold by the s'neritf as soon as poa
sillo, and although the date ha not been
11 nd, it is understood tliAt tbe sole will oo
cir within six weeks. Tbe proceed are to
be paid into court and tho wages due th
employes are to be first considered.
A FUKATi 6FSATURE.
Discovered 41 miles from Hendricks'
ferry on the McKenzIo river, a huge
stmnsli weighing 13.') pound and now
on exhibition nt the grocery store of
(liny Sn, Eugene, Oregon, where
you will lliul a list of presents to be
given away to the lucky guesscr of
the nearest iiiiiiiIht of need that tho
squash contains. The present will
amount to fl.VOO and will lie awarded
to the guessers as follows. The person
that guesses the exact number will re
celvo free one line tea set, value $7.50;
the person guessing the nearest nuin
Ikt will receive n largo hand painted
umbrella Jar, value f3.r0; the person
guessing the next nearest number will
receive a pair of clalsirate vases worth
fit; the person guesslntr tho nextnenr
est number will receive a nice card re
eclver worth fl. These presents will
ls given away on the first rtaturday lit
IXrenilK'r next, ltetiieniber the oner
Is only open thirty days. Come in
early and make your guess.
At a sHelul nicctlnif, Oct. 0. 1801.
tho following resolutions were adopted
by tho undersigned, committee from
rtt. Mary's llulld:
Wiikkkah, The All Wiso F'nthcr haa
removed from our midst by tho hand
of death, our much esteemed treasurer,
Clara M. Hhinchiirt, and
Whkiikas, It Is but Just that a token
of our esteem and rcsist't bo ollered to
ltosolved, That in the death of Clara
M. Hhlueheart rtt. Mary's (lulld has
lost a faithful and clilclciit otlleer aud
nieinlKT, lus-iety an upright and honor
orablo citizen, and her family a kind
and Indulgent wilo and mother.
Itcsolvcd, 'That wo deeply deplore
her loss and extend to her bereaved rel
atives our heartfelt sympathy iu their
Itcsolvcd. That a copy of these reso
lutions 1st entered iiihui a memorial
Judge Scott bus been off on a hunting trip po of the record of rtt. Mary's Uulld,
this week to Joe Uuddlostoa's Oshkjsa tnai a copy iki prcsenien to ino u nuiy
ranoh, on th Mohawk, i me ueceumii, ami a copy lunusnuu
a i... i..i.i in. a.... iv.,mL the city iniiH'r for tmblicutlon.
liw viiiiuniiiiiii nuin .i r m" -- i,YIi,ij Kivuiv
ft.r. i.,rti,.iul tiinlirht. Hu wi return ?!KS- ,r KMH
Sovenlv-flve-poiind codfUh are being
caught off Port Angelea, Waih. Cape ocd
won't be tn it when the Pacific coast fish
eries begin to be developed.
Mrs. A. O. Matthews ha leased the Swift
residenoe. Mr. Swift's health ha been
poor lately and aba will go to Portland to
reside with her daughter, Mrs. Fraokie
Tbs huge fly wheel In tbe Portland
flouring mills fltw into pieces Betordey af
ternoon, wreoking nearly all the machinery
iu the mill. It was singular sccideut snd
no one can account (or it.
Bectnt developments In th McKenzle
leprosy case may cause onesainess to ssv.
era I parlies. Tbe contagion scoordlsg to
good authorities has on wsy by wblcb it
may.be most effectually spread.
Tbe exempt certificates of the Eugen (ire
department are neatly executed. On side
bas accurate representation ol the city nail
and old university building. Th other side
tbe Geary school building snd Vlllard nsll.
A subscriber ssk us th origin of the
phrsie, "M isn l in it. ii was nrsi used
by an editor wbo died and went to heaven
and looked around lor tne man wno looa
his psper three year and left it in th post
office marked "refused."
According to the semi-annual summary
statement tbe total liabilities of Grant coun
ty are (Sl.733.13. lteaources, including
delinquent (axe and Harney, Lake and
Moirow script, are f :iS.500.63. This leave
a net indebtedness of $10,228.90 after these
items are admitted as resources.
Albiny Democrat: Mr. Jo. Koch, of Eu
gnue, is now employed by Davis k Kimsey,
in getting np some county plats (or their
absiiscl office. Mr. Koch is a fine diaogbts
man, bis work (or them being o( a superior
Young Hunbsnd-'! dinner ready, dear?
I'm as hungry as a bear." Young Wife
"All ready, love; and what is more,! cooked
it all myself." Young Husband -"Now,
bow very nnfortunstel It Just eototi lo me
that I promised to met a man down town on
business just at una Hour.
A colony of 1'SMI families will be
brought to Oregon In a short time.
Eugene should make an effort to locate
some of them in this vicinity. Large
farms should be divided into small
tracts and the productive powar great
rttilcm Journal: Out on the Fahritus
rtmith place can lie seen a siuliar
freak of nature a rura avis which Is
exciting much interest lust at present.
It Is a common wild iihcnaniit that is
cutting up thtue i'uliur antics, one of
the slye-t and most exclusive birds
known to the hunter. Every day aa
young Hamlin rtmith Is hauling wood,
Oil bird will sit either on his wagon
or the wisslpile cooing and playfully
follow ing hint alsHil In such a manner
as to surprine everybody.
home next week.
The many friend of Fred Bellman will
ba clad lo learn that he is constant ly im-
nrovtng after nearly five weeks of typhoid
fever. Prol. J. M. Williams has kindly
sctod a nurse (or several tights past.
The Catholic Cemetery.
Editoh Guard. I regret having
neglected to Inform you earlier. Last
week there died after a short sickness
bv inn ur al tvnhold fever, 1 1-year-old,
John Mlchalske, the hopeful sou of
Mr. rttopheii Mlchalske, who came
from Wisconsin to Oregon two years
ago and lived In Eugene, on his own
property on Ferry rtt. Tho funeral
tsik plai from rtt. Mary's Church, on
Wlllamete street, to tho Catholic ceme
tery, called Mt. Calvary cemetery, situ
ated on the county roud In asoutlicrn
direction to the Bpencer llutte. uUiut
two miles from the center of this city.
This grave-yard, 8 acres In slw, 1 a
pious donation of Mr. Arthur kostcr-
iiiiinn, a runner, living vwo nine irom
It. It will Is) fenced soon and laid out
In blocks and lots; the latter are in size
lllxld feet and cost each f 10. In the
middle of tho ground a cross, the
consoling sign of our redemption, Is to
lie erected, which will look from the hill
Into tho beautiful Willamette valley
and loudly talk U the human heart,
"Memento uiorlo I" Tho funeral ser
vices were conducted by Hev. Pastor
Heck, who after Mass preached a ser
mon and accompanied tho corpse to
tho last earthly dwelling. This was
the first huilul in the new cemetery,
and I am assured the first dying to the
I remain respectfully, yours
Eugene, Oct. 21, 1801.
Prune Trees for Hale.
I bavs for sals 5,000 Italian prune tree
four to six feet In height, .at 15 cent per
tree. 7,000 tree, three to five feet, at 11
eenti per tree. I will be io town on week.
Call on or address,
H. 0. Piairsa.
Mlt8. 1). E. LoVKKUKIK,
Mkh. J. A. Htkaiuiit,
Jus. G. Clark's Concert.
Notwithstanding the rain, the Meth
odist church was well tilled Wed. night
at Mr. James (1. Clark's entertainment
of iss'try and song. If any one doubt
ed Ills ability to entertain an audience,
to I mi a whole concert In himself, tho
doubt was disH'lled long before the
concert was over. There were seven
teen selection, embracing nearly every
shade of sentiment, the audience ex
pressing their delight by applauding
nearly every uiiiiiU-r, and maiilfestlhg
regret that the outertuiniiicut closed so
Tho entire pcrforiiiiinco wits char
acterized by that perfect naturalness
and simplicity which only genius dare
attempt, every word being distinctly
heard, and the thought Is-lng conveyed
to the heart by beautiful iiieliHly.
11 is own js s in, "The Mount of the
Holy Cress,' anil li'.s sentimental
songs were rendered with the power
and pathos of a master, while the war
like lire, force and spirit of the"Mar
scllalse,'' and other war and patriotic
stirred the blixsi 11 ko
Mahkied. The Kalem rttatcrman
says: Married In Portland, Oregon,
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 21, 1H01, A.
O. Condlt and Lilian Worth. The
groom Is the popular Marion county
treasurer. He is a graduate of the nor
mal department of the rttate Univer
sity at Eugene. He was twice elected
treasurer of this eounty. A few days
go he was admitted to the bar by the
Oregon supreme court. Mr. Condlt Is
an upright honorable young man,
iMtsMesMsT of ability and pluck
that . will win him suc
cess In his chosen profession
His bride is a granddaughter of tbe late
Bev. E. B. Geary, ol Eugene. Her lather
was tbs late J. 0 Wonb, ol Linn cooniy.
He served county Judge of Linn. Miss
Worth baa (or two year been principal ol
tbe shorthand department ol Holmes busi
ness college in Portland, wber her mother
resides now. She is su excellent and so-
Dixo At Pleasant Hill. Oregon, Oct. 19,
1st) I, from tbe effect of scarlet lever, Lura
Belle, daughter ol Kobert and Aun Druery,
aged 13 months.
Ob, who would call onr Laura back
From a home ol Heavenly love; .
Ood' angels leave us not alone,
They woo ns np above.
A Dictionary Bargain.
We oiler tho following Inducement
to subscribers to the Wkkkly Ouakd:
For Rio we will furnish the paper to
new aubscribera or old ones paying
one yeur In advance, with a copy of
Welter's unabridged dictionary.
The book has l iill pages, is hand
somely hound, and Is a bargain alone
at that figure. It has an apcndix of
KKOuo new words. 15,000 synonyms,
pronouncing vocabularies of scripture.
classical anu geograpiucai name, ami
a dictionary of mercantile and legal
terms, also a large number of illustra
tions. Call and see for yourselves.
Tho Daily Guard for three months,
delivered, and the dictionary for $4.75.
Every family need an unabridged
dictionary, and this Is an excellent
opportunity to secure one for a nominal
Pleasant Hill Items.
Oot. 21, 1891.
P. N. Shelley is fixing over bis house.
D. Berkshire ol Goshen i at work on tha
Bobert Drury killed another bear la Dr.
Sharpie orchard . Sport and Bob are good
Harry Shelley visited at bis slater, Mrs.
Caroline Branlon's, Sonday.
P. Laird and wife and H. G. Mitchell
have returned from Kitson Springs. They
report pleasant time. Tbey'jjot while there
i deer snd 2 bear aud several messes ot fin
trout. Good Bib.
Wheat Pubchasei. S. H. Friend
ly, Monday, puehased of the Meek es
tate 7,110 bushel of wheat at 7rf ccnta
net r bushel. It was stored at Irving.
Mr. Runev perversely did not return to
his 1I Keiuio home Tuesday morning, as
slated by tbe Dailt GuaiD. We do not
wish to be held reepooatble for his failure to
return aa announced.
Msnaitn. At tbe residence ol George
Ruverns, in Eugene, Oregon. October 21,
Wl. by Bev. G. A. Blair, 1. L. Armstrong
and Susie January, all ol Lane county.
Fur accurate surveying
ing go to Gray k Biouw,
aud fine draught
They are not
TApcjrcao A Ksarr'a.