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EUGENE OT! WMm.
UTiBUUER KOB THE NMEIMTI01 OF DEJOCMIC riUtllUI. MO TO 11U M IOIHTUTUI BT TIIIWI1T OF OTIU1
EUGENE, OR., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1892.
ugtne (City Cuarfl.
pCHLISUED EVERY SATURDAY.
1. J. CAMPBELL,
,abILuer nl Proprietor.
.rrir-On th. East iiU of Wlllanutt,
'?wwo Ssvaotb EUhth Strata.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
.fBS OF ADVKKTISINO.
inrtiMOieDta inserts as follow
UIr. ton Uom or lees on insertion 13:
5&tbrtta IL Ca.bt,uirj
'gtfwittaiiwflltacluNrgrfrt th. ol
n l"1. l til nn
lVo In focal column, 20 cant.
'i Wiring Will will b rendered quarterly.
iJbwork must b, MID fob o dilivibt.
LtfE CITY. - - - OREOOh
jrnCE-Ronu 748 McCUren Building.
oj.i attention given to Collection!
I mr . .
;eymour W. Condon,
GEO. M. MILLER
Ljjy and Ccunsallor-atrLaw, and
Real Estate Agent.
GESECITY, - OREGON.
Ofllee-ln Masonic Temple.
1 1. W. k JENNIE S. BARNARD,
;pECIALTlE9-Kldney and Liver Disease!
IMColoi; and Obstetrics.
OiTlCf t residence on Olive ttreet between
klud 10th streets.
Physicians and Surgeons,
Rooms Over City Drugstore.
Ualaitanttnn riven to Probata business
Ll Abstracts of Title.
Omci-Over Lane County Bank.
BR. J. 0. GRAY
hmCE UPSTAIRS IN YOUNG'S
V block, opposite Guabd office, ah wore
laughing gaa administered for painless ex
van of teeth.
FRANCE AND REAL ESTATE
have some very desirable
turn T A anil ITnimnror.d Town
ftj (or aale. on eaay terms.
party Eentod and Bents Collected,
Iniuranoe Companlee I represent ar
K the Oldest and moat Reliable, ami in
fftouft andEguiTABU adjuetmeut of their
PmStikd Snvnn tn Nonb.
I ata. of roar patronage la solicited.
E. E. BURLINCAME'8 ,
I JWIibKl In Colorado. IBS, tanpl? ""
"ill rw.lv. prompt ana caretol .iwnuoa
I i eiiwr Bunion "ssa? wsssm
1731 1 17SI lawMWi St., Swnt. Bcla.
C UU " y.. i
levnlau th, liver, rtomach
and bowla through t
twnwt. Da. Uum' PnJJ
sidiy ef blllooMiew,
torpid liver and eonaUpa
tton. SmtllMt, mUdert,
BamplM free at druintlita.
a. aii & Dlkui. laA
0,4o7 J H. BECCLEY
DAT & HENDERSON.
ntd. SaUryandexpenwa. Irm
4 2J5jBt Plf. Applvnow. imlv fnmtn
IS?" "' on bih m""" ,
.il"?"- HrtT Tartertea our P'"-
;Jf,5fou want Groceries
r Crockery, call onL
lees, spisig, mm
HOWE & RICE
Are Showing the Best Lino of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS & CAPS,
For the Money, in Eugene.
AGENTS FOR THE BROWNSVILLE WOOLE N GOODS
LINN & SON,
I E. Luckey
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils,
Brushes, Etc., Etc.
Prescription Department in Co, Tipetent hands.
E, SCHWARZSCHILD. Proprietor.
Full Stock of Butterick Patterns.
Addreu P. 0. Box 119.
(Oppoaite F. M. WUkina' Dru Stor)
-Haa an extenaive Stock of
COLLECE AND SCHOOL BOOKS.
Mercantile, Fancy and School Station
ery, Blank Books, Cutlery. Etc.
tyOrders for Book, and Bubwription
to Newspapers and Periodicals promptly at
Bowel Troubles, and Cramp, Colic, or
,nf Internal or External Pain. Ask yonr
druggist for it
j S. LUCKEY.
Clocks, Watches, Chains. Jewelry, Etc
P.eoairine I'romptiy axeouu.
mmfA U Worlt 1 a r r an t . .
J. S. LUCKEY
8. B. Kakin, Ja.,
First Mm hi
Paid up Uslt CiplUl WflJ
Surplus and Pronts, $40,000
Eugene City --Oregon.
cauof depoea w , wiu roceirt
All collecUona town a w
J. L. PAGE,
HivrVG A LARGE AND COM PLETE
Ick of SUPU and Fa7 Or-,
booht In th. b-t mrk.ta
EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH,
CM off- th.publk bHUr prio- tW acj
Real KuttUfl Transfers.
l)ra. A Pftcrs to iJicy J Utlev, lot
3, uiul the W 28 3-5 feet of lot 2, and
E 28 3 Blot 4, block 4, ill Henderson's
The O A O K R to Win X Crow, 80
acres in Tp 20 S, It 4 W; $100.
Stute of Oregon to Jotn-ph Urbnuck,
80 acres In Tp 1(1 8, It W; $100.
W J J ncou to ii u umy, iuu ucrtu hi
Tpl78, ROW; $100.
Mary Stenrus to Mrs. Frederica Ros
teln, 40 acres near Judkins' point;
Chas Oray to John Kizer, 9.58 acres
In Tp 17 8, It 2 W; $200.
Wiley J Fox to W K Walker, 20 aeres
jnst west of Eugene, being a part of lie P
V Blair donation land claim; $2000.
Iaaao Wbiteaker to John Klzer, land in
1 17 s. f3w; $5.
John Kixer to Charles Gray,, 30.53 acres
in 1 17 s, r8 w; I3G4.30.
A E Gallagher to Helen II DeLano.
loU 3 and 4, block 5, tlnllagher's part
of Florence; $1.
Thna Ynniluvnn In H. PhillioDi. lot 41.
block 8, Yanduyn's addition, $50.
The soliciting coiuniittee at work on
the subsidy for the Eugenc-Springfleld
Electric car line report that the success
with which they aro meeting satisfies
them that the amount will soon bo all
At the United Rrethren church
next Bauday services will be
held as follows: Sunday school
at 10 a. m. and preaching at, 11
a. m. The pastor, Rev. Olds, expects
an assisting minister to arrive from the
East soon and then all appointment
will be regularly filled.
CaatnrU prowiot Plgarfiaw, and
OTurooow. i'iuuWy, CotistipaUon, Sour
Stomach, Diarrhoea, and FeTeriahnaa
Thus the child Is rendered bead thy and ft,
aleep Batoral. CartorU contains M
Morphine or other ) larcotic property.
" OutorU U to vrH aaptM to ehlMrea that
IraeomroMid it a, sup trior to any prracrlpUoa
kaowB to me." a. A. cn U. D..
Portland lia, Brooklyn . T.
"In Caatoria In D 7 pnKtla. and Dud M
apedalJ adapted to all actwo. of ehiidrea.'
Am Kr acaraoa, M. D..
lU 7 i At... Mew Tort
Tn OawTaca Ox, 17 K array SL, X. T.
When Baby wmsslck.w, r,kCaorla.
Vha ah, was a Ctfld, Ctorta.
Whtm Am hmiffi. Xia. ft t-1
Thaw at U4. CkUdren,, a iitfca OaMtia.
FRIDAY, SEPT. SO.
11. J. Pengra haa returned front
Hon. It. IJ. Cochran is reimrtetl a lit
tle better day.
XI. S. Barker and family went to Fort-
land on a visit this morning.
J. W. CuHlek. formerly of this city,
pays taxes In Llnu couuty on $15,400.
A tMilnter pun was auctioned otr oy
Auctioneer Kiusey this afteruoou for
A number of Springfield widents
attended the theatre In this elty lost
Miliar A Lonir moved their stock of
tinware, etc., to the new Conser blix-k,
on Miun sireei, lonay.
W. Q. and Otto Oil .trap and W, G. For
keypileand wife of Sptlota.ld went to
tbe fair al Portland tbla morning.
The store of the Starbinl dt Heuleat
Mereantlle Comuanv. IaUrande. was
closed by ehattle mortgage yesterday.
Liabilities, $40,000; asset, $70,000.
George Araberger was around lu his
invuliii rliulr todav shakinir hands
with old friends. lie is In about the
same condition as when ho left here
three years ago.
Sheriff Noland tbla afternoon told on exe
cution aii horses belonging to R. 11. Hejee,
on, belonging to T. B. MoCana, and som,
shoTila, pick., rope, hoe,, etc, th, property
of H. II. Urotten. All the property sold
L. J. Abbott who was arrested as an
absconding debtor he. avltled th, obliga
tion, and been dischareed from custody,
Tb, man Ilowaer haa not yet aettlrd th,
claitna auainst him. but is srraugins for
Albanv Herald: Ed Fnmk. while
running the baggage truck at the depot
caught Ills Uiuniu oeiween me iron
hand la and one of tho jxists, knocking
otr the null and snllttinu oin the end
of his thumb, making a very painful
The sale of household elfeets of Mrs.
Hull, corner of Oak and Pearl streets,
advertised for tomorrow will not take
iilnco. Mrs. Hull will leave the effects
as they aro while she goes to her hus
band who is sick in California.
McMlnnvllle Register: Geo. Todd
of this citv has fourteen young Mon
golian pheasants. lie iouna tne eggs
in the harvest Held and placed them
under a setting hen. He has had sev-
ral oilers for the olnls, out will Keep
them until full grown.
The Corvallls Times savs In relation
to the rcjiort that its editor had made
a losing on the horse ntces at the so
called state fair: "When a newspaper
man has to pay for his ticket, lie usu
ally hasn't much left to woo the old
hag that Impersonates fickle fortune at
the lair grounds."
Parmooso ran second In a thrco-
elghth dash at Albany yesterday, Joe
D. winning; and Dr. Harris1 Patrician
trotted seconrt in tue iwo-year-om irou
Rest time 2:57. Dr. T. W. Harris
started Kitty Lee to beat her record of
2:31). 8he maae n in iv, puvuug
her In the 2:30 list
No less than 5000 bead of oattl, will be
taken out of Klamath oount, this seaaon to
supply th, city market. This Is Louis
Gerber's estimate, and h is on, of tb,
heavieat buyers. Tb, ruling prio, is from
$18 to $20 s bead for a-year olds and $23
for 3-year-old,. Ury cows rat, at aooui
$16. Mr. Gaiber says that at a rough es
timate there are not mor, Iban zuu year-
old steers in tb, county.
Th, Daily Palo Alto of Sept. 27 has this
to say of t young man well known in Eu
gene: rattarson, uo, is now at worn up
on a musical curiosity, and it bids fair to
ba all that lie claims lor It. It is moaeiiM
after a mandolin, but is four time, as large
and in to be picked with the finger. There
will be twelve strings, six of them deep bus
nd as a mondolin accompaniment it ought
to soon become very popular.
Cleveland aud Stevenson Club.
Punuianttocalla laree number of
iltmincrata met at the court house for
the purpot-e of organizing a campaign
club Saturday evening, Oct. 1st.
The ( h i elected the following om
eers: L Uilveu. president: F W Ostium,
vioe tiresident: D W Eaves, secretary;
J It Campbell, treasurer. The execu
tlv ooinmlttee was elected: North Eu-
I . . Va 1 1 . I 'nmnrwll
No. 2. U K Wilkinson, No 8. A J Close.
South No. 1, J P Ramsey, No. 2, Chas
E Currle, JN o 3, J as ueariian.
On motion J P Ramsey. E R Skin
worth and J It Campbell were appoint-
mIsss committee on constitution anu
bv-laws. to report at the next meeting.
A nommiuee on nieinorntiiiu waanir
pointed as follows: H J Day, Frank
Mattwton. T W Jenkins, KKKubll
nnrl It V. HriHtoW.
Finance committee appointed: J it
Campbell. F W Osburn and J E INo-
Motlon made and carried that the
executive committee secure speaker for
On motion, adjourned until next Sat
urday evening at 7 o'ciock.
Renalar Hill I" th, Caaspal(n.
. -. .... x? v Umi tn Hunntir
ALAAKIi ., J'-" .
D. It. Hill Is preparing to make a num
ber of speeches in place wnere uiejr
am liki.lv to nrove the most etlecllve.
He will speak in this city next Mon
day and will go to Virginia not later
than the middle of the month. The
hutt two weeks he will devote to me
four old-time pivotal state ivew
York. Indiana. Connecticut and New
Jpiwv. When not busy with his cam
n&icrn wnrK. pscnaior mil ucvum in.
. - . . .1 1.1.
time supervising the Improvement, of
his new home.
bail tiuard, Oct 1.
Ur Tail Go-Salem Statesman: Last
night W. E. Her, ol ButtevilU, wind Uati
Kk.fT nf thi eit. that h, bad yesti rday tt-
fased twenty-two oents pw poana lor nw
bops. ThU is th, beat offer yet r ported,
nt aanU heretofore having Uf n tb.
top price, so far as learned.
Dallr (inard, Oct 1
Sheriff's Tax Sale. Sheriff No
land Is busy today selling the property
advertised for delinquent taxes. Bid
ders are numerous and nearly every
piece of property is sold for the tax aud
cofets, or more.
8tea wcr Coon Seme. The steam-
er Cnoe that rll on the Siuslaw river
ran on a nar Saturday on North Fork
and hul Ut be leached to save her
frr.m ainkinsr. The damage will be
Ron-. To the wife of Sidney Horn
at Ilwa, Washington, September
Mrs. Mellee'i new dwelling Is hear
ing coiupletioii. ,
KusiuiM at the poatoflW Is Increas
ing. Mr. 8am Xewsome's new cottage Is
receiving lu last coat of paint.
Mr. Horton Is prtparlng to build on
his lot recently purchased oil Univer
The store building Is being finished
and will soon be occluded 1'V the Itost-
oflU-eaud store with furrviimtl stivk of
The DeMoss family, the fumoiis Lyric
Kurds, will rentier several of their
choice seKvtions In tbe public hall next
Sunday afternoon at 2A) during the
Sunday school hour.
IUwidenta of Falrmount aro anxious
ly waiting the arrival of the electric
line. It is reported that our genial city
dad will wairer a new hat that he will
hiiva liU tlvliiir machine In mx-ratlon
before the much desired electric line is
completed. We would be glad to see
both enterprises succeed.
CoLrMni'8 Day. County School
Sunt-rlutendent J. G. Stevenson has
spiitto everr school teacher In the
county the president's call for the ob
servance of iVilunibus day on October
21st, pnwded by the following note:
"I enclose vou tho ofllclal Columbus
dnv nmirnini. It Is honed that you
will arrange with your pupils to cele
brate this day. The president nf the
United States lu honor of tho 400th an
niversary of the discovery of America,
has designated Friday, Octolier 21,
18U2, as a general holiday. 1 beg to
suggest that Columbus day and Its as
sociations present a most oportuue oc
casion for impressing a lesson of cour
age, perseverance ami loyalty upon the
rising generation. The president pro
claims that on that day let the
people, as far as possible, ceaso from
toll and devote themselves to such ex
AM. u mav host express honor to the
discoverer and their appreciation of
the great achievements of the four
completed centuries of American life,
rnliiiiiluiaatiiiwl In bis aire as the plo-
neerof nroirrest and eullKhtenment. The
svstem of universal education is In our
age the most prominent and salutaiy
feature of the spirit of enlightenment
and It la peculiarly appropriate that
the schools be iiinuo by the people the
center of the day's demonstration. Let
the Rational tlairiloai over every bciiihii
house In the country and the exercises
be such as shall impress upon our
youth tho patrlotlo duties of our Amer
Vmi Hit rsr TVi F.vervbodv in Ore
gon is Interrated tn Hon. U. II. Olllry, leg
ialativ, clerk of th, U. 8. Senate. Th, Tele
gram interviewed bim and learned that the
following are bia duties: "I make tbe
calendar of th, eeuat, daily, and bav, it
printed. It is laid ,n th, desks of tb
senators eaoh morning btdor, tb, aeation
begins. I do more or lea reading in th.
senate, often reading long sppropriauuu
bills through. I bavs also many tiinea
read th, journal of th, senat, in th, ab
enoe ot th, secretary. All papers or bills
coming to th, desk are endorsed by m,
with the nam, of th, senators presenting
ihem. lb, action taken on tbem, or tbe
committee to whom referred. Ills my duty
to se, that every sotion ol th, senai, mat
ting to any bill or resolution is accurately
set forth befor, it Is sent to tb, engrossing
oleik to b, prepared for tb, bouse of rep
resentative. 1 always call tb, roll of tb,
senate on a yes and nay vote. During th.
fiasssg, Ol la, tana oni. oi iooa mu m,
noluding th, eoneideratlon of tb. Mills'
bill, I called lb, roll about 700 times.
Sept V), 1MH.
AUen, Mr R M
Barnes, Mr., Oliver
Deraham, R E
Ii.wla, Mr Ananiah
( ottam, J 1j
Friitle, Mr. Melville
Uu.l.r.. Mi W K
.k.... nf nn. aant will ha mule on each
IclUir alTun out. Peraons callliig lor leluirs will
Dluaae say wnen a'iyrriin.i. m,
V H1NN1K WASHBURN, P. M.
Il.pnt.nnin Ruoicis. Salem States
man! J . u. B.euv OI xvagens uaa iwu
tha Aontraot for construotinR a ditob for
ilia Harr abnra Dltct company, in, eouiraot
prio, being $8500. Th, ditob is to tap th,
Willamette river and furnish water power
tor Uarrlabure. and will b a littl, over two
miles long. Work will begin in a few days,
and will b, computed In a few months.
M Kalln mtM tha anD.rintendent of OOO'
irnntlon of ltoeeburg's sewer system and
is a competent engineer in every respeov
Daily Guard, Bupt. 80.
Another HtorY. Gray t Soil, this
morning, concluded to mane their
bulldlnir on Ninth street a two-story
structure Instead of one. and has let
the contract for the additional story w
F. T. Whitcomb. The front of the
building will be of steel and galvanized
Iron, similar to tne iiauaiu owe.
Dally Guard, Oct L
Street Railway Extension.-H.
W. Holden will start to work on the.
street railway extension eariy next
week. It will run out Seventh street
to Lawrence, thence up Lawrence to
Fifth, theuoe west on r inn opposite w
the Geary school building.
Dally Guard, Bept M.
Adaptive Cow. A large dork red
cow broke Into Mrs. M. E. McPherson's
yard on west Eighth street, last night,
and destroyed tbe garden. This la not
the first offense of that particular cow.
The owner can recover the animal by
paying the damages.
DallT Guard. Bept .
Owner Found. The purse adver
tised yesterday astound was claimed
tvlnv bv Tbos. Gray. It contained
126 iu told and two ten cent pieces,
a. M. (Mmm found It on tbe cross
walk south of T. J. Witters resiuence,
ii,..tn, At tha Court Boas, In Ea
gen,, uregon, uoiouer i, u "'
O. VT. KinMy, Ed Waud and Emma Tay
lor. Both of tb, parti ar, Mswenia oi
Cottag, Grov, precinct.
UiisitD.-At th, residenc of tb,brid,'s
n.,.ni. In V.n ene. Oreeon. Sept. 'i8, ltfJ,
hrBn. J. C. Kicbaidaon. E. a. Frank, of
rjnrT.iiia.anda(isiU. b. Simons, of ta-
U...irn In Laneooontr. OlK0n,S,pt
J5, lbW, byT. i. Shelley, i. P., Joaboa
Cain and Sophia E. Lm, allot Lane county
THE ELECTRIC K0AD.
Tbe Agreement Prepared for
srrlbe rs-SuliNrriitioiis lie
lull; liu.rd, rV.t. :U.
The committee appointed to solicit sub
scriptions towards building snsleclrlos'reet
railway line between Eugene and Spring
field bav, done aouie work in th, premiaea.
For s auQlcient rraton the stock scheme at
firat euggealetl haa bern changed to a sub
scription. The following is th, agreement
under wh ich eubscriptioue are received :
We, th, undersized, hereby nominal,
nd appoint F. L. Chambers, our attorney
iu fact, and nromiae, covenant and agree,
one in consideration ol th, other, that w,
will aubaorib, aud pay to bim lb, sum set
opposite our aeveral uames on tb, first day
of Devembvr, lS'J, and he shall nreiva,
and bold the same in bis nam, on depoait
iu som. responsible bank in Eugene, Ore
gon, which will pay th, highest amount of
iutrreat tbervfor, until Jan. 1st, 1M)4, or
such tim, before a. h.relnafter slated.
And If tb, Eugen, and Springfield
Klecttlo Light and Power Co. ol Engeu,,
Oregon, shall on or bafore lb, 1st day of
January, 181)4, build, construct sod equip a
motor fin, Iroin Eugene, Oregon, to Spiiug
field, Oregon, and aball bav, tb. Mm, in
operation suitable for tb, transportation
of passengers, on or befor, tb, 1st day of
January, 18'.l, then on tb, oompletlou and
operation of tb, same, w, authorise and di
reel our said attorney to pay ov.r to th,
proper oflloer of .aid company th, said sum
of money ao eubaci ibed by ns.
But if said company shall fail to build,
construct, equip, and bav, running said mo
tor line, from Eugen,, Oregon, to Spring
field, Oregon al weal end of th, brldg, by
th, 1st day of January, 18U1, then lb, said
F. L. Chamber, shall psy back to each of
th, several subscribers hereto tb, amount
ot money so subscribed and paid with th,
interest which may bav, accumulated on
the suns so severally paid.
It is further provided that nothing herein
contained ahall make either of th, subscrib
ers a member of said comny or liabl, for
any debts it may oontraot.
Tbssubsoilpiions to noon today aggre
gate $1150 as follows:
Hovey. Humphrey k Co .....$350
First National Bank 'J50
J II McClnng 350
U Svarvemd k Co 100
Starr k Oiiffln Hardware C, 100
FL Chambers 100
E J Frasier 100
Meatsnger, Sept, 30.
Perry Long has purchased James Lax
ton's interest In tbe meat market, and th,
firm will hereafter be, llolley k Lung.
Mail catcher, bav, been placttl on th,
mail oars along Ibis route, and orsnes are
being erected at all tb, principle atationa.
We understand th. Fro, Metbodlits will
hold s street meeting al th, corner of Mill
and Main streets, Sunday afternoon about 3
M. O. Warner of Eugen,. who has lb.
reputation of being a first-class and boneat
piano tuner, was in town Monday retanlng
a piano reouutly "Hied" by traveling lunar
Th aeoond carload of track-laying tools
has been brooght to Springfield and stored
InthsdcDot. In our opinion Ibis Is con
clusive evidence thai work is soon to begin
on tb, extension.
H. L. Wood, formerly a representstive to
th, Michigan legislature from Gratiot
ooanly, and son, hsvo eaoh secured a fin.
timber claim in lb, reoeutiy surveyea Dist
rict on th, SIcKenzie. ttoven otber oiaims
bav, bean Uk,n siuoe th, survey was made,
and four other pai ties are after land. ,
Died, at hia horn, on Cedar Flat. Tburs
day morning, Sept. 'A Wi, at 7 JO o'clock,
James I'silon, oi typuoia lever, ageu .
namaud leavta a wue. iwo cuuureu uu
msnv friends. Funeral services will D,
hald al Thurston today at 1 P. m. oonduot-
od by llev. Olds, and th, remains placed in
Tha number ol mi tills in th, tbtee depart
ments ot tb, school, were looreaaed by 30
sobolsrs, brlnglug tb, total of sttendano,
up to 158. Prof. Uunl reports that there is
at present, desk room lor oniy ijo sonoi
ars, wnicn Biases it n.oeaaarj iubi mui.
desk, b, provided. W, nndarstand Ibat
tha Hoard will at one remedy tb, deiioi,n
ov. Th, school is now already crowded,
and further Inoreas, of attondauo may re
quire tbe employment of s fourth teaober,
Notice of New Survey.
Notice Is hereby given that the an-,
proved mapa of the following new sur
veys nave uecn receiveu hi mu wW
All of T 81 8 R 3 E; all of T 81 B R 2
E the heretofore unsurveyed portion
ofT83SR2E, as follows: Sections
11.12. 13. 14. 1(5. HI. 10.20.21.22,23,
o, zo, ii, an, z, ow, oi, o, o.. o...
and the 8 J of Sec 10, S i and N E J of
Sec 17. , , ,
The plat of the above mentioned
surveys will be filed in this office on
. o.Tj j. KT.......lu. 1WIIO anI
... . aw. nn o oil O'l U.4 flK Ult
nn and after said date of filing we Will
lie prepared to receive application tor
the entry oi saiu iuiiuh.
John H. Siici-f.,
A. M. Crawford, lU-glster,
ElesiS With C'ltlNamaai
R.i m. Or.. Sent. 29. There is a story
in circulation thai Mary Kamph, tb, girl,
mhn A aannearad TueadaV. Cam, 10 Dai.m
tn maat a (:hinaman with whom ah, fell In
lov, wbil, picking hop, on a plantation
near ber bom. U, Is aaid to bav, given
her monev and II Is also said were were
witnesses to their engagement.
Wnif n Tva Assia Miss. Or.gonlan
n, it F. Hmmell. on, of tb, principal
stockholder, in tb, Ann I, Uonaouaaieo
Mining Oempany, ol Cottag, Grove, la ,1
tha Esmond. II, state, that th, shaft in
tb, Annie min, haa been sunk to a distanc
of 400 feel, and Ibal tb, or, is tooling pat
ter tha deeiier tb, shaft is sunk. Tb, An'
fila mina la todaf on. Of tb, tat payin
nrnnartiaa In boutnern ureoou. ana ui
llamell U justly proud of bis property.
3.000 Bales. T. D. Linton Informs ns
Ik., tha tnll nntnnt nl tha DOT) firOD in
IIMI IU" wm. w -,- - - r .
Lane county will amonnt to about 3.000
bales this year. An average yieia wuum
bar, been 6,000 balsa. As yet, practically
nnna nf tha xrnri has been Mid. All of lb
bop, raised In tb, county, icpnng
. . . , t nwi b
300 bale, WIU be stored in angtn,.
Dallv Guard, sept SA.
Mnni'mmiL-At the forty-fourth
annual nimtlnir of the State Associa
tion of Congregational churches, held
at Vnnmt. lirovo this week. Itev. II. It.
Rates, of this city, was elected modera
WasataoTos, Spt. 20.-Th, contract for
building ihsPoget sound drydock was to
H.. axanla,! In Bvron. Barlow k CO.) Ol
Tacoma, Wash., al $101,405.
C0UVALLIS BAPriST ASSOCIATION.
Ttilrty-SUth Animal Meeting- Closed
Mi'ssi'iiger: The itHsociutloii finished
it hilsirs, Ntturduy evening, many of
tho delegates nturulng to their re
spective homes fit-ling that thev hud
protltwl by attending the iIcIIIkt
ations, Saturtlity morning at 0:30, tho
work of tho day begun with devotion
tlon exercises; nxirts ot committees
were made as follows: .
Temperance, by J. C. Richardson.
The ivjiort brought out sumo earnest
siecches. lMncntioii, ProfesiMirHailey;
tobacco users were handled without
At 11 o'clock. Rev. Mark Noblo
preached an excellent sennon from the
text, "Go Forward."
The afternoon ocned with devotion
al exercises. The committee on next
place of meeting brought in their re
port In favor of Fair Oaks, which was
adopted. Rev. J. C. Rlehardnoii was
choMcu to deliver the next annual ser
mon. This was followed with a ser
mon by the Rev. Moore of the Baptist
Sentinel. The report of the women'
foreign mission was then made, follow.
(I tiy the report on religious literature
y Itev. Rlchurdson. in the evenliitr,
Rev. IMinnrd. lute of Missouri con-
ductetl tho service. Tho association
then adjourned to meet on Thursday
fore the fourth Sunday In September
1803. Rev. C. M. Hill, of Portland.
pn'aohod an eloquent strmon Sunday
u o ciock 10 a crowded house, itev.
(Hire, of the Sentinel preached at 3 p.
. and Rev. Richardson at 7:30 p. m.
Two conversions and one addition to
the church is one of tho results nf tho
meeting. Hiero are 100 Rapt 1st
church organizations in the state with
II fly ministers and 0000 members.
Fifty-Ave dollars wore raised for mis
sions. Two new churches were added
during the year, from Riddle and Cot
tage Grove. Rev. Milam of this place
will All the Cottage Grove appoint
At Low Water Again.
The late rain caused the Willamette
I ver at Eutreue to ntlse a few Inches but
it has agalu fallen to the low water
mark. Concerning the condition of this
stream above Oregon City, a paper of
thnt town says:
The steamers Manzanillo. Elwood
and Modoc are now busy on the river
carrying grain, Hour, hops and mer
chandise, and have all they can han
dle. The Into rains raised the water
above the falls about eight inches and
Doiow nearly two reel, but this was
hardly enough to warrant the steamers
In going up to Sulem. They ply from
the Yamhill down. The improvement
at tho fulls has hnd tho ctlect of rais
ing tho water some twenty-six miles
up stream so that It Is a perceptible aid
to navigation. Tho coil'er dam, how
ever, raises the water more than the
rmauent dam will, tho latter only
mining the water about a foot at the
brink ,f the falls. Rut that raise will
lie of considerable beuellt to navigation
above the falls during the low water
season for it only takes a few Inches to
make the (llflerenee between poor and
easy running for the light draught up
The farmers are all busy plowing.
i v irATi,...i.i ruii
several duyi here this week, calling on
O, O. McCullock and A. I.. Bennett,
' Rrownsvllle. spent Wednesday
night In Coburg.
Mrs. W. 8. Mayberry who lias been
visiting her sister in Eugene, Mrs, D.
V. 8. Reid, returned home Wednes
day. Charles Cochran Is putting un a neat
little cottage north of town.
Tho pointer Informed the directors
today that the paint would not be dry
enough to permit the use of tho house
for dedlcatlonal purposes next Satur
day, hence It will not be dedicated un
til Saturday week. We are an sorry
that It has to be postponed, but it can't
Times, Oct. 1.
R. P. Caldwell haa plum tree that
has yielded two crops tula year. The
second crop was Just as good as the
first, although not quite ao Urge.
Workmen aro now putting In the
shelves and counters in Ernest Lee's
new drug store. He expect to occupy
the new building in about two weeks.
W. 8. Campbell and family arrived
here from Rochester, New ork, and
will make this their home. Mr.
Campbell haa built a neat residence on
the west side and will also Improve his
land which adjoins town on the
It now appears to be an assured fact
that we are to have the long talked of
water dltcb. It is bard to tell wnicn
has been hanging fire the longest, the
west aide road or tbe water ditch.
Either of these enterprises would be of
great benefit to. this place, but of the
two it is evident the ditch will be the
greater benefit because it will bring
more people nere ana more money.
Died. At the family residence near
Goshen, Lane county, Oregon, Sun
day, October 2. 18U2, of dropsy, Mrs.
Amanda J. Keeney, aged Co years.
She came to Oregon with her husband
A. J. Keeney, in the year ibdt. esne
leaves a husband and seven children.
The remains were burled in the Bel
ters' cemetery this afternoon, twv.
Mclnturn preaching the sermon.
Dally Guard, Oct 1
Sirs Cbacmm. Evidently there is a
gang of sale crackers in Ibis vicinity. Last
rr.niDg om party want into th, store ol
A. V. refers Ibroogn in sum wmuuw
which had by som, means been left open
and proceeded to try to open lb. Hall's sal,
in th, store through tb, combination, but
failed. It would b, a good idea to b, on
tb, lookout bt a visit bom said ' individu
als. MiaiiiD. Al th, residenc of B.
Taoehan, just wet of Eugene, Sunday, Oe
8. WW, by Jostle Klnaay, J. P., William
Vsughan and Ada Brown.
Dallv Guard, Oct 1
TwESTt Currs. Th, Eugen, buy,rs are
offering 20 cents per pound fur choice
, bops today.
1st, a 12 pound boy.
rrodnc of 1 kind. Ui - - t