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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1887)
a of to Principal Erc&ta
i AtlracUng Pale Interest
EwjtMng of General Xnterttt In
jrnberof cases of aoarlet feYr
orwJ in Cole's Talley, Southern
teen young army officers hare
entenceJ to Tarioua terms of
, Siberia on charge connected
revolutionary plot again! the
ment at St. Petersburg..
Mr. Tate( while boMt riding on
aie, near Waiaenburg, Col.,
d the boat and wai drowned in
eseDce of bis wife, children and
I meu standing on the bank,
tore powerlets to reudcr aatint
j eland's hotel at 8helton, W. T.,
arned to the ground, and also a
pdjoining. The hoiel was rented
named August McLean, and
iiught by the ieopla in that ri
tliut he set it on fire from mo
revenge. An unknown man
juumed in the building,
'ulcollisioa occurred at Bren
iation, on the Atchison t Ne
i railroad. A pastenger train
I aouth crashed into the rear of
hi, telescoping the caboose, which
upitd by six graders on their
0 Arkaueas. John Worth was
1 to death. Win, Robinson was
ly scalded and will probably
f. McEldowney, Chas. Pullman
j, F. Wilcox were badly scalded.
Caradian Pacific overland
, leaving Vancouver, and pas
(car were thrown off the track,
ing down an embankment thirty
inh at a place between Orassette
Otter, about half way between
Arthur and Cartier. The cause
('accident was a broken rail and
ct that the tram was trying to
ud lout time. The drawing room
rus full of sleeping pnseeugere,
eonxidbring that the car was a
lete wreck, it seems providential
jeyoud a few cuts and bruises all
fcust Spies, Adolph Fischer, Adolph
1 and A. T. Parsons, tlie anar-
, were hanged at Chicago. A pe-
I Willi oieveil Ilima vit Bigunbuico
presented to Gov. Oglesby, praying
the condemned men be reprieved.
Vqucit was granted in the caHe
t hael Scwab and Samuel 1 elden
itime Louis Linng had committed
je by blowing his head off witli a
inating cap. lue otuer lour paid
i) ally of their crime on tho- scat
ilh remarkable coolness. Engel,
me. Fischer and Scwab weie
Montgomery, Ala., special tells a
le story of the burning of two
td men. They had assaulted u
e white woman, and were cap
J by a poese of farmers. The young
in identihed them on siglit. A
was had and the people decided
the two men should be burned to
h. A loa pile was built on the
of a public road, and the negroes
chained each between two heavy
fcud then the four logs were chained
Slier, so that the wildest contor
i of the wretches could not shake
1 A lire was kindled, which toon
. . . i . mi.
"i tin ana enveiopeu mem. i nuir
aints and Bcreanm were not heard
I fur the flames soon put an end to
Sp trouble with the Crow Indians
ided. Gen. Ruger gave them one
f and a half in which to consider
demand to surrender. They re
i, and a red-hot t-kirmish then re
ed, in which Corporal Charles
mpsou was killed, Private Eugene
foy slightly wounded, and Private
k thrown from his horse and his
iltler dislocated. A running fight
ied, the Indians retreating, some
peaceful Catherine near the agency
others crossing the river and tak
to the hills. " tJwordbearer " made
nal stand at the crossing of the Lit-
Horn, about one mile btlow the
acy, in which he and probably
of his followers were killed
fordbearer's" body was brought into
ip, but the other Indians are only
orted dead. Most of the Indians
led about and returned to the
ncy, mixing with the other camps
jre are now supposed to be from
' aty to fifty on the outside,
At St Louis an explosion of gasoline
the rear cellar of Michael Newman's
eery Btore, lifted the two story build
from its foundation and dropped
ac-k again in a mass of ruins, be
.In which were buried twelve per
. They were Michael Newman
d 52; Mrs. Newman, aited 40
mie Newman, aged 18 ; Nellie New
o, aged 15; Kate Newman, aged 11;
die Newman, aged 13 ; Charles De
f, Mrs. Charles Devere, Ilattie
own. of Columbus, Ky., Charles Elf-
1, Miss Bryany, and Mrs. Bergeley,
explosion was followed by a fire.
Ich was with great difficulty put out
the firemen. They then bean the
ircn for the dead. All of tne up-
ars was occupied as a tenement.
wman and his family lived over the
The force of the exploeion was
Tine. An entire block of buildingi
f th of and across the alley from the
aiding m which the explosion took
ce was gutted by the blast. The
iwmau block wascrutthed in and wm
vered by the roof, which had settled
n upon the mine and formed
frier through which the rescuers hid
? cut away the beams and walle,
ii(-h impeded their progress. In the
me building lived Charles Devere
veling salesman, and his wife. Vis
ing them was Miss Ilattie Brown, of
Jlumbus. Kentuckv. She Was badly
j'ired, but miraculously escaped
0r 400 ritiniU ftlA nnv n ra1 in
-a ' - HivtlVU IU
the Bugene public school..
Grass is growing ninelv nn ina n,..
nd stock of all kinda i. d,.;., uu ;
Jos. Johnson, boatswain nf iKartriitut.
bark Audrosh, fell into the river and
waa drowned at Albina.
There II more mountain fnear in thi.
valley at prwent than ever before
known, says the Wallowa ChieJUm.
R. E. Marple. the murdnror nf n T
Corker, was hanged at Lafayette. This
ws the stcoud legal execution in Yam
A great deal of fall plowinsr ia beine-
done, and there is a constant demaud
ior men to work on farms, says the
In Umatilla county prairie chickens,
grouse and pheasants never were so
scarce. The cold rains in the SDrinz
1-1. ... w
niiea me young.
Stockmen throughout Baker county
are well supplied with feed for the
winter, and there is every probability
that stock will pull through the winter
Sylvester, eon of Wm. Blnck, while
driving on a load of wood, near liar
risburg, was crushed under the beam
of a woodfhed, inflicting serious, though
not necessarily lata! injuries.
The Coos Bay Fishermen's Protec
tive Union has filed articles of incorpo
ration with the Secretary of State.
Capital stock f 1,000. Also the First
Congregational Clmr.'h of Albina.
Value of property, $b00.
Land Commissioner Sparks has re
jected selections of the Oregon ft Cali-
lornia Railroad of about bz.UOO acres
of land in Oregon within the quadrant
formed by restoration to the pubho do
main of the forfeited portion of the
Oregon Central railroad grant.
One by one Company B of the First
Regiment of Oregon Volunteers, en
gaged in the Indian war of 1S56, are
passing away to join the great mujority,
says a Jacksonville paper, vi tne
eighty-four men that composed that
company, rank and file, but seven re
Devoted PrintiKtlT to WaihmTtnn
Territory and California.
USED TO POINT A MORAL. ( THE CRANK AND THE WAITER.
The oldest editor in Oregon or Wash
ington Territory is the editor of the
Ellenbburch (W. T.) Localizer. He
dates back to September 12, 1850, a
little more than thirty-seven years,
when he took charge of the Spectator,
the only paper in Ortgon, in the sum
mer of 1850. '
A few days ago a man was found at
Rock creek, Grant county, under a
wagon that had turned over on and
seriously injured him. He was a Ger
man namod Peter Howp, who had been
deserted by hU wife at Malheur, and
with his little daughter was coming to
Upper Ochoco to his friends,
Work has been resumed at the Cas
cade lock, and those in charge claim
thev have 210 men at work. 1 he lower
end of the canal is filled with sand
which is being taken out. A gang of
about twenty men are employed in re
cutting some of the stone which was
cut xeveral years ago, and another gang
is putting up some building! and re
C. C. Cumnberry. ot Union, was
thrown from a buggy by a frightened
team in Grand Rondo valley, and so
seriously injured that he died the fol
lowinff nielil. The L Grande GazHle
o . . ...
comments on the accident as follows
The mortality caused by runaway teams
and fractious horses in this county 'is
something frightful, there being almost
an average of two iiersons killed every
year in this way, and the death rate
from this source seems eituer oa me
increase than otherwise.
Alonio Mr iris, engaged at a logging
camp near rine creea, iaur uuuuij.
was k lied instantly and nomine mau
iMedand crushed by the fulling of a
tree. He had justcommenced logging
that dav and had driven his cx team
to a standstill near the tree he was
about to fell. The tree was ready to
fall, when the oxen started up, and
fpurini? thev would eet in harm s way,
ha attempted to sum thorn. He had
only gone a few steps when the tree
fell on him. striking uim in io oat
A yehing man named Cal. Winning
h,n Lfed about 18 years, met his
Hpnth in a fineular manner at the
home of himself and brother, in Flounce
Uiopr nrecinct. savsan Ashland paper,
His brother, about 21 yean old, had a
homestead claim there, and the twe
km wr chonoine wood. Cal. had a
varv harn ax. and in a fall backward
over a log the ax struck his neck under
the chin and severed me juguiar vem.
His brother ran to h neighbor's for
help, and the young man waa
Kofnm his return.
Tn ilia office of the Secretary of State
clerks of the following counties have
filed copies of the assessment ron oi
i rU-ictiB counties, and from
them it is learned that the amounts of
...uKlo nmncr V r . IO1I0WB : ? amr
inor.n f2 fiS7 000 :M"TOW,f 1.172,318
Clatsop, 12,120,380; Grant, 12,814.124;
Tillamook, 121)0,633 ; Columbia, GW,-
371; Klamath, 11.01-WJ; uroox,
o.w 178: Baker. 11.617.683; Coon.fl
i5'8iW; Lake. 1.606.294 36; Gilliam
$1 265,295; Douglas, $2 886,460; Mai
I ' . 'ir,.in02: Jn.et.hiHe. $716,061;
Ul'Ul, T " ' I '
nrrv 1470 222: Multnomah, f-'0,
ininr.. Itrnton. $3,772,571: Clacki
ng, $2,247,829; Lne, $4,076,579
VY: ir.i92.Sfit): Polk. $1822,188
vv.Jo $3.085.360 ; Marion. $6,421,684
Willowa. $558,524. The amount
of taiible property in the entire State
will oe in niun-i ii'iiu'-vi" ,
M. Alexander, a elothinir merchant.
was fouud dead in hi ltoreat Bel lev ue,
Nellie Ahart. a four-vear-old daushter
of Peter Ahart, waa faU'.'.y burued at
There are aaid to be fiftv-eiaht caaea
of measles on the l'uvuilun ( W. T
At the ranch of T. A. IIulan."near
Visalia, Cal.,Iroy (colored) shot aud
killi d Henry Fridgeon.
Bears are said to be makine verv
free with the orchards in the vicinity
of Port Townsend, W. T.
Fred Numan, a younir man of Seattle.
was drowned near Coupeville, W. T.,
by tho upsetting of a steam launch.
W. F. Borchers, an old resident of
Sacramento, accidentally shot and
killed himself with a breech loadiniz
UpAo Novembei 1 of this year, 1235
bah of hops, with aggregate Weight of
226,000 pounds, were shipped from
North Yakima, W. T.
Josephine Martin, a Norwegian
woman, died from a dose of " rough
on rats," at San Francisco. She took
it in mistake for medicine she had been
using, being in ill health.
The planing mill and the sash and
door factory ot the Madera Flume and
lradme Company, was consumed by
re at Madera, Cal. A carpenter named
Alonio C. COllins perished in the
flames. The loss is over $20,000.
The vegetables grown in Washing
ton Territory are surprising to visitors
from the East. Watermelons weigh
ing 57 pounds, cabbages weighing 40
pounds, beets 24 and potatoes 8j pounds
are calculated to excite the wonder of
any people outside ol the i erritory.
Prof. Cushman, who has charge of
the Government exploring expedition
South Aniona, has unearthed
whole city there and exhumed 2000
skeletons. The location is about eighty
miles northwest of Tucson, near the
junction of Salt river with the Gila.
A night watchman found the body
of a laboring: man lving at the fool of
the embankment of the railroad i rack
at Stockton, Cal. The coroner found
a deep cut over tho right eye, which it
is believed resulted from being hit by
a freight traiu which passed through
The bridge over the Columbia river,
at Keanewick, W. T., is only tempo
rary work, for use until the permanent
bridge shall have beeu finishtd. It
will be some time before the perma
nent one will be built.. It ia said the
bridge will be similar to the one at
Ainsworth across the Snuke rivor.
i- rea, hut miraculously escapu - $li)mm Ul r MuKp
3..a.nd wa th0 on!.?, person "fSSnS iCera.rst Ka u,
lurinign tne Uornoie or jew uu . . 4 1 700 000
fed to tll tha .t,,r. ,.f iu r facaoe. U W K over W.-
Taking Advantage of ralnf Lady t
Sharna a Wlfa llaallnf ltufflan.
I jot off a Jamaica Plain car at Cedar
troet in Roibury, tin other itny on my
way tn pay a visit. Tba itrwt (nn U a bill
rather ntimptly from tUt cornvr, anil It ia
not ju.it hre a vary ptauant rt I waa
bout hntf way up lb hill aiwt n)potibi
annra aoi t of a brewery place when I nai no
coHtnl ifi")aotfully by a plrawit fari lit.
bi nuin, who bud bran talkinx to ni mm
who wrrerollm; out br twrrrlt from tba
doorwny of tba plao arrxxt tba trvt. I
knw tliut tlie man bo kKkt U ni hrtil UMn
calling acitM. Imt I waa btuy with niv own
tboubtii an,l luitl nut uotimi liu woln. Ilia
ipcnkiiiE Ui ma aa avuleiiUy a tuJJen inapt
ration. . -
"Lilly I" ha aaid in a loud, clrar ton;
, lttoppnl and looked at him. Ihonldbav
npixianl I would ba itHrtlnl nt Mnti ypokrn
to to linivraiivclv and cudilvnl.v, but thf
nuui'a voi,-o and mnum-r wcraquitu abort
any prrvimdity. I had limply nppratvd It
an opportune moment to jotnta in ii-altor
him. Ua wan lei-tui iiiR a low Ixnkinn man
ovor tlio way, on of the workmen euiploywi
in rollins out tho berr barrvif. a
"Ixwk at mat wiiiiiiwuie'i aeounorei o'
ihnlr, lmly; look at him! 11 ohUhi hit
mother rigilar. Do yc e that, yea booming
nwcal, J ft Tb laity enn't benr to look a eo
ond time t the likea of ye. To dUgr- tba
neii:liUoibcid by hnliiij yerowu motherr
1 wei't on up the lil.l. ami a I tne
iiidiKiinut man he stvpptu politely off the
lilcwalk t' make room for tne, aaying, "Ooh,
mn'nm, it would kbmiM bim woll if ye'd
I Uxvi-il, hut as it treived to me that I had
done aervii-e eunuzli viral louly na a mi-
ionw-v. I ex'-ma-d myacU' from canting, eon
detuning i;liuicnt niou the siniwr uudor ai1-
When 1 iTture.1 to ml boras car, after a
wnil- l!.ron;h pU'aailUr atrect. tlia man who
bad i:m.lovcl the novel method of tryluR to
li3li)e hia nindil friend hud diwippcniv-l. Hut
ihe Imrrel roller wni ttill buy nunit tlie
door of the lieer plnr. I glanced townn!
him with Kime wonder a to hia ioitil be-
lmvivr. He had not eml to hear ht aoca'wi'
Uefoie nr to aee me; but at Hlght of mo now,
ho ducked hia bend liehind a barrel and ro
mniiKHl i:i nn extmonliniuy doublel over po
rtion of hhmned acnii-coiiifftlinent at I
wulkcil down the rtreot. When I waa fairly
down Vi tho corner cm loaity Impelleil m to
turn and Wk asniu In hi direction. H wna
jiiist. li:ii-litonius up iigain to go on with hia
work. I have wondciwt aiiico if he feared
that I myitndd a postwript to hia friend'
icnlhiiiR. I ahoiild liktf t' I nm uiv, If 1
linuwwbat one could powjlily any to touch
ttm eon rience of nian "who Uites hi
mother rcsilBr."' n.wto Trunacript.
The Man Who AYanted Toal The Order
KepealeU A Tip at ImU
The crank's stomach was out of order; not
that there i anything remarkable In that, ns
the stomach Um been the fountain of all
crankiima (idiii Dioc,eiiea down to Carlykx
Put the sUimaeb of tins particular crank wna
feeling inrticulaily ld. He entri-etl a res
taurant on aindlnon street with a (cowl that
turned all the milk In Ihe place sour, took a
rat with a a-iirlt and iapiie.1 sharply and
nervously on the ede of a chin tumbler witb
cmbo knife. 8o sharp and nervous waa the
summons Ibut everybody in the place looked
up with a birt, and the ebony colored Ul
peiM'i'of vim ills forgot that dnrjilllcd delay
almrni'lei ilic of the imHH Uince of biaofllct
and of the movementa of all other Rival bod
tea, and hastened Immediately to the crank s
"Olva me," said that peculiar Individual,
"some tea and toast and when I any tonat 1
niviin toaL What's the renaon," continued
be, raising bis voice as the memory of pre
vioua excrieucet naw up before bk excited
imnKination, "that when you order Uwit in
a restaurant you cant get HI If you II
let tne come out there I'll show you bow
to make toaht. I'll put the bread on a fork
and bold it before the tval and brown it
thoroughly, lint nn one side anil then on Ihe
other. I wouldn't throw It for nlxiut two
seconds on top of a nasty stove, dry It out a
little on one side, then bring it iu and lie
alMiut it, and any it was toot. IK) you un
derstand! 1 nant some tea and toast
"All right, iih; all right, snh," meekly re
plied the dignified pro-Adamite. A moment
ntcr he thi'ut his Ilea I through the kitchen
port hole und yelled in a voieo pinfnnionully
suave, but of such volume that the customer
pricked up his emu to Imir:
"Toast for a ceutlemnnl Browned on one
sido browned on the other side browned on
both sides hi on union the imjilv browned
all aiMund the edgel"
Then, returninz to tho crank, the waiter
meekly said: "lie benh, sail, aa toon aa lie
That peculiar Individual nte his breakfast
in silence, seemingly oblivious thnt ho and his
toast were objects of couidcrnblit iutervst to
other bivakfusteiN, but when lio left he slyly
slipiml a quarter into the waiter's band. All
of w hich tends to prove that even a crunk in
his crankiest moments bus a simi it of ordiuury
human mturo ubout him somewhere if you
only know how to find IU I hicngo Herald.
0. C. B It Tim TABIX
Mall Train "orth, II a. m.
Mall train south. tiM r. at.
OFFICE HOUat, E"0EW CTtl P0STOT7IC1.
fleneral Delivery, from 7 a. M. toT F. at.
Money Onior, frem T a. M. to a p. M.
Iti-Kinier, from 7 A. M. to A p. M.
Mulls for north eloae at 9:IA x. u.
Malla for south eloae at I::e3 e. u.
Mnllafor Kraukliu cIom at 7 a. I
Malls for Mabel close at T a. M. Moadai mi
Mntis for Cartwrlghl e'oae T A. at. Monday.
DR. L. F. JONES,
Physician and Surgeon.
found al K. It. Luckey ft Cos ilni
ooura: a w u u i to p. u
DR. J. C. GRAY,
Three children, all sutTuring from
smallpox, were found in an old build
ing teparated by only two walls from
he Broadway school house, where a
h und red or more child ren attend school
at San FrancifU'i. The parents had
seemingly attempt d to conceal the
preaence of the disease, ihey are
Muunt Constitution, on Orcas island,
W. T., is 2-100 feet high, from the top
of which some grand scenery is dis
cernible. It has two fine lakeH, pretty
we'll up. A corresixnident writes that
a movement is being organued to grade
a road to the top of the mountain iu
order to open a bummer result at the
Tho residence of Einil Hansen, a
butcher, with the contents, burned at
Fresno, Cal. Hansen s two year old
son, in the building, burned to death.
The mother and two remaining chil
dren birely escaped with their lives.
One boy four years old was badly
scorched. The orogin of the fire, it is
supposed, was a defective flue.
John Cutler, a laborer engaged in
whitewashing a store on Montgomery
street, San Francisco, while standing
on a board, und attempting to white
was-h a corner of the room reacliou too
far, his feet pushed the plank from
under him, and he foil to the floor
with a craah. He fell on his In ad, re
ceiving a shock that caused concus
sion of the brain.
The boys on the day force of the
Western Union telegraph messenger
rervice struck at San Francisco for ten
hours' woik a day, instead of thirteen
and fourteen and sometimes more.
They also asked that regular night
boys" should be employed to work
n . n ' , :
from Z P. M. w a in too muniing, iuus
doing away with the former syeiem ol
alternate " nights on." The company's
managers at first positively refused the
demands of the youthful striken, but
as an appalling array of telegrams be
gan speedily to accumulate, with no
prospect of delivery, reconaideration
waa soon taken, and the little fellows
reaumed work victorious.
The other day, aaya a Spokane paper,
five of the leading Indians of the Cueur
d'Alene tribe left this city for their
reservation, some fifty mil. a distant,
with a bran new improved threshing
machine and a handsome buggy. These
Indians have 70 acres of grain each,
ready for harvesting, and the condition
of their neighbora is aaid to be similar.
Theee Indians were well dressed and
intelligent, and drove well kept ponies,
William Kleinschraidt tried to kill
his wife at Tacoma, and then commit
ted suicide. He waa arretted three
months ago while trying to kill a po
lice officer, and has been in j ail ever
since, after having hod one trial with
no result. The theriff allowed him to
gr and see bis wife and change his
clothing. He attacked her in Iter bed
room with a razor and rut h r face
fearfully. She broke awy from him
and ran. When be was discovered h
had rut hia throat frmu ear to ear. He I
was j years old. lite w tin is a young j
Col. T'nt Donan'a Narrow Kscape.
Col Pat VMiibh, tba western orator, who
miv ho ingoing to be tho pnert to unite mo
north and 'iitli by menus of ninrryhig off a
h.tof pietiv gnWfrom inxio to young meu
in Ihn north, lius had many narrow csciiihm.
II.' snviil hi life onco by ntistiiinliis f mm a
::inif of (l:cr and leading tho Bible. A few
reiiii alter Ihn war ko was a passenger on a
hi Jli-iipl sUnmlioat bound to HU Louts
.'rum .N'ew Orleans. Tho colonel wa nsked
ui take n hand In a game of draw tioker that
was filing on tu tho forward part of the
cnliin. It. wan Sunday morning, awl a and
den immiK' aeiHl him to rca.1 something in
td of playing joker. He hud nothing to
rend until ho Umught of a littlo Blldo that a
nn ttv voiim! girl cousin gavo bun Iu Kew
llrleiiii. extnicting a promUo fivin bim that
ha would sooner or later look betwoeu iU
In order to keep the poker players and tho
men who watched tho cauio fr m laughing
at him if 'hey saw bim rending a Pililn, he
went to his stateroom, situated alniut the
niidUlo of the cabin. Ha had been i-mling
from tho Vnilnw of David about ten minute
when alerrillo eT;ilosioti took plnci', killing
outriL'ht all Hie poker player and tho men in
the front part of the cabin. Tim colonel was
badly shaken up. but bo managed to savo a
half dozen ladles by llghtmij a lot ot hock
hand and entitlli iliS a small bryit. Ito took
to tho water uftor pushln;' o(T tlio liltiu bisit
ailcl with women, and was pic.o-1 ;) tlireo
miles below, frtwn nearly to Uenla. iiow
York Muil and EipreJix.
The l'auious Sickles Trlul.
The case not only cominnndcd nttfliitlon In
Anitrica, but wata ciiuiw celobro wherever
the EnclLsh lungunco was spoken. It was a
blood v imiidor, with no pulliatlng circum'
itanco save that Dan Sickles defended Ills do
mestic honor under the Mosaic. M a that the
adulterer could bo killed if ciiiitlit in tho not.
Thei-e was a splendid urray of tnunse!. Car'
.ysle and Ouhl, tho latter then di vrlrt nttor
isv and afterwards prominent In iho Con,
fmleruto war dciiartment, proscciited Dull
Kirk hs. Tho latter wo defended by IMwiu
il. Sainton, tboL'oldcu mouthed Jamea I.
Drndv. of New York; John (Jrahniu, the
great criminal lawyer, yet alive; Mn;;ru.ler
and Charlton, of Virginia, and the brilliant
and ciftcil tieil. Thomas Meghan. Ktiiutou'a
siH-ecb uniuittedlho prisoner.
Htnuloii Wco was accepted uy iuo ueieuse,
the killing wan admitleil and tho defenso took
the erotuid thnt the provocation wai sum
cient to JiiMlfw acquittal. Tho Kient wnr
crvtary quoted from John Milton, who said:
Who knows not that ciiastity ami prouiiy
of livitic cannot bo estaUUbad or cont limed
except it bo first set up in privuto families
whence the wholo Utcoil or meu como mriii,
and witb wonderful eloquence, while tho
jury gazed in wrapt utteiition at the stalwart
eloquence of the great oruior, no comniueu;
"Tho family la iuo cranio oi sonsiiHiny
when tho tint lexsous aio taught of tliut ten
deriies and humanity which cement tlio vait
iw.u of mankind together, and wero they ex-
liuuibed the whole fabric of society would
be dissolved.' Philadelphia T inios.
How Nreklles Are Made.
The designing of silks and satins for neck
lies is a proiosion in lurir. "lhero aie
shh'IuI grades ami desigua of silks and satins
n nulii exclusively for the necktie trade," said
a manufiki-turer. "These materials are mode
from patterns designed by men w ho do uoth
lug but study new things in this line. There
ai from titty tosevoutydlve factories iu the
country, and ten or twelve Hint clut luakeju.
The latter usually secure exclusive rights to
uso certain stvle of coikIs offered to the
American inurket, or a lurgo portion of it
Hut the success of making up such goods
just like a lottery, I'erliniH one season I bit
upon a design that will become so xipulur
tliut all the oilier mukers are forced to adopt
it, but the next season some ono in Dmton or
rliilaili liihl;i will make a hit and I am forced
to copy that, Tliero's never any telling how
a liecklio ia going to take until it ia fairly on
tho market 1 hen it deiicuds for success ou
who adonis it first. If ho liuppeus to be
swell, tliut par.icular kind of liocklio will
"Aro tho styles of making up neckties orhr
"Not now. Tlicy wero until atiout thire
yenn ago, but now our sty lea aro smicrlor to
tho Kiin.pean, und they nm coining over hem
for pattern. However, there isateudeuc
totvard ICuglisii iiatU'l'iis this seilsnn.
"1 here ui o mora limn I,UUguis employed
in this cily nlonc. They work by tlio pieco
mid mukn money mora or less according to
Iheirixis'i iuiico. A good lluislier can mill.
8 or t'J a week. Slie tul.es u neektlo a tier
is put together and llnislies cneb detuil ixir
lecily a.illmtltl leudy to box. i bicodil
(emit colors of tlio snmo dilgu r.nd tame
stylo aru twisted together to give tho dealer
uu mortmcut iu the ono make, Tho fiiiUher
must see tliut nil of this kind are vxuctly
uliku in point Ct finish and make up. We
have ono gil l who iloea nothing but turn
bauds of necktie, und sbu makes (15 a week.
blio turns twenty-live or thirty dozeu banda a
day." New York Mail und Lxpresa.
ILL ATTKNI) TO
calls day or niiftit.
OrricR-fpstalra In llava' hrirk
a r- II. Mickey ft t o s itriiff stare
OK KICK OVKIt UltANUR 8TORB.
Uuirliin pa administered for palnla
traction of levlh. .
GEO. W. KINSEY,
Justiceof the Peace.
UKAI, KSTATK Kttlt H A I. K -TOWN LOTS
and farms. Colloeliona urnmuUi aa.
ItKMiiiKNOR-Oorner Klerenlh and High Stav
KuKne City, Orvgin.
D. T. PRITCHARD,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
Itepalrlna: of Walehea and Clonks
esecuted Willi piiuutualily and at a
Hlllamrlte Mtreet. Kuceaia Uly, Oaw
F. M. WILKINS.
Practical Drosist i GbBmist
Itraahea, Falata, 4laaa, 011a, Lessatav
TOILET ARTICLES, Etc.
Pbyalolana' Preecrlptlona OompoundaaV
The noen's Hinl)l Oxen,
The gii'iit feutuiv of the Isle of Wight Agl l-
riiliuriil show was n pair of luapiilln-nt
HpanWi oxen iu lieiiulifully embroldeivil bar
ties, which were shown, wilh their cart, by
tlicipiecu, who also sent a number of entries
for coiiiietllion from In-r farm nt (Mioriie,
Tins Himiiisli oxen nn t, Willi iu oxen nun
Iiai ne, t u reci'i. pieneitt to her mnjesty
from Hp-in. They ni-e benatli 111 iM'nsla. mill
tlie whole turnout was most pioiuresquuk
C. M. IIOUIV,
WW iisalss .
VslX Kiahlng Tackle and Material
SewlD. lsTamcsanfl Nscdlcs 3f All Kills for&Jt
ltepalrlng done lit the neatoat atyla aoaV
Guni Loaned and Ammunition Forniahsl
Hhop on Willamette Street, opposite foe toHaas.
Boot and Shoe Storo.
A. HUNT, Proprietor.
IIinRN'li: IllMIK NO. II. A. F. AMI A. M
I J Meets Hint and third Wedueadaya iu each
CI'KNCKU nUTTK 1.0DUK NO. I, I. O. O. F.
O Meets every Tuesday evening.
llMMAWIIAf.A KNCAMI'MKNT NO. 8.
Meets on the second and fuurtb Wednes
days In each month.
o. u. w.
lUHKNIC LOIMiK NO. 1J.
I j M,el al Masoiiln Hall the second and
fourth rriduya Iu each month.
T M. OEAUY ItlHT NO. O. A. H,
at Masonic Hull the Unit and third Sri
o( each month. Uyorder. L'ommanukh.
Vl the tliut and third Haiurday aveniiiKsat
Masonic Hall. Uy orilnr or
every Haturday nlKht In Odd Fellows'
1)UTTK IltKlK NO. 307, 1. O. O. T,
Ona Woman'a Makeup.
I met the wife of a western congressman In
tho Corcoran cullery here tho other day.
Wbllo sho does uot by any means represent a
type of Washington women, sho yet combine!
hi many traits that era found among them
that sho is in a certain senso representative.
She seems to bo in a sort of transition state in
overy particular, not only at to mental char
acteiislica, but t ven inberattiro and man
ner. bl bil n bonm t that reached the
furthest ext.ii f farhlon, a pair of thick
oled and . .. ...irtl booU thnt could only
have been i: a lrt bock country cobbler,
and her ati r. vuan indeacrnl'ly aid col
lection of Vii; ion stylea ana fasiiioiis. liU'
meiliuli'ly Uu-uih the new fash lone-1 bonnet
o hwl an old faliioiiel bang. Iler eyes
era bright. Iier color iwrfect, and alio talked
with au enjoyment of one under a perpetual
sne.l of cxeiteiiK-nt
In summing up ber attire I should place it
.ime hat as follows: Hbora, Keokuk; bon
net, r.iris; cloth Jic'..et, Ioudou: gown,
Wasl if'on; miuaive gold chubi, Chhao;
naiavj'iew York: rlr.li. Vfiino; accent,
Ivrt.lon. Iowa, l'oris. Illinois, New York,
Sew Lngland, Germany, South Carolina ond
Ireland. Tuat tl.ese warring rlenwnts aid
ihoitly Iniolveadnsbirj and r"."f,,,,nir"
Auiria a U te mn.; U
VVasuai ivu LitUrr.
T EADINO STAUI1ANDOFIIOPK. MKKTS
Ij at that!. I'. Church every Holiday after
noon at 1:30. Vlsltoia made welcome,
Will aarraftM Step a eumplnta stoas af
Ladies1, MissGS1 and Children's
Slippers, White and Black, Sandalav
FINX KID SHOES,
MEN'S AND DOTS
BOOTS AND SHOES!
And In foot everythlna; In the Hoot and
Klioe Una, to whieh 1 intend to dovata)
my eapecial attention. (
MY COODS ARE FIRST-CLASH!
A nd stuaranteid aa repreaented, and wlU
be smiI.1 ior the lo went prices thai I
article cau ba all'orUed.
Eugene City Business Directory
BfCTTMAN, 0.-lry Kola. elolhlnir, irrooerlee
anil Keaeral nierelianiiliHi, souinaeas corner.
Willamette and Klg-hth streets
CHAIN W(0.-Ilealcre In Jewelry, watchea.
cliM-kaand muxleal Instrument.
street, between Hevenlh and Klahth,
Wilt keep constantly on hand a full aapptf (
FltlKNIX.Y. 8. H.-Deler In dry (foods, cloth-1
intf and veneral ini'irlminil-w. vt uiauieite I
street, between Klichlh and Ninth,
GILL J. I'. Physician and ainveon. Willam
ette alreet, bvlweeu ttevenlli ana r.iiun.
HODKS.r.-Keeision band fine wines, liquors,
rla-are and a pool anrt til Hum lama. uiaiu
ellu afreet, between KlKhlh and Ninth.
IIOItN, ("HAS. M.-Gunsmith, ritleaand ahot-l
irnns, lin-r.'li and muulo loaiera, ior aaie.
IteiiairinK done In the neatest style and war
ranted. Hhop on . liitn streeu
IX't'KKY. J. H.-Watclnnaker and Jeweler,
keeina flue stork of al In his line, lllaiu
t lie street, iu Kllaworth s dnif store.
McCl.At'.KN, JAMKS-Cholce wines, tlqnora
and cigars, Wiuamettestrevt, between kightii
I"OST OKKICK-A nw stock of standard
arhool books Just received at the poet ollloa.
mVi'I haTtt J. h.- Ilrnv.. stirn and carriage I
iifiUir. Work Kiiaranieea nrm-t iana a ot a i uaata latltaree, K any pars ox ua cuy i
MUTTON. PORK AND VEAU
Which they will sell at the lowest
A fair share of the publio patronagw solid taat
TO TIIK FA It II Kit at I .
We will pay the hlifhe-A market prloe tor tatt
cattle, hogs and shut p.
Shop on Willamette Street,
tUCFMI CITY, ORECOM, .
sold at lower rewe tbaa by aujoue in tuusna, ,
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