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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1894)
MATlKDAY, M'cF.MP.KIt I.
Mr. WltsOwoii I. iiulu-li; with mm
ttui-k f fever.
Lee Tcutsch n turned from lic.wcll
thl fiior milk'.
0. F. Knox, of Cottage lirovr, w u
vis'lliig In low n tml.iy.
1. I.. Coiiiplsll went b 1'urd.ii.il u
tin- ovi rluu.f tlii morning.
H. C. Kiev Went to Portland mi ,,.
morning Irnln fur 11 .hurt vlu.
Miss Anna White ik. r returned
morning from a vi-u at Cr swell.
Prof. I. V. S. Itch) returned fr.MII H
trip ilnwii the valley this uficrii.mii.
W. W. Chessman, Hi,. pipulsr i,.r.
chant of Springfield, was hi town to
day. Mr. Diimmott, it prominent V. M. C.
A. man, came u on this afternoon's
. Davis, Ih U l.-ncliiu s
llear Crcswell, tame down on
J. A. I. turn , u student of id,, uni
versity, went i, IiU Ii.iih,. i..,r H tu..v
to vlll over S in.lay.
Andrew I.i.w r. m e, of Whine., m,
Wash., U vlsillng with filcnd ami
ft intuit- In linn en v.
Mr. II. U. Plyiiinto leturur I lo her
home at IIuIm v Una morning, after u
visit with relative lure.
II. A. Tlioinm, a prominent capital
lt of Salem, wliu hit 1ms.ii visiting
here, returned home this iimmiug.
Postmaster Itoiicy, of (i.hen, cauic
tlownlhi iiiorninwitli hi brother II.
V. and w ife and Mm. L. N. Homy.
Ir. W. H. Purri-h, of Monmouth,
who lut Is-eii here for several .lav, r.
turned to hi home on this morning'
Mr. J. II. McClmig, Mr. Parsons,
an.l MIm lull llrowii, went tof rvwell
thl ufu-ruot.il to alli-ml tlit funeral of
the InteS. O. Martin.
Andrew Liwrcmv, of What.-oni,
Wash., who hu Ufii visiting here
several ilay. went to Junction this
morning. iutimii:iiilc. by hi itfr,
Mnt. II. W. Stnnshury.
Mr. Haw Icy, who wo dangerously
Hhot hy a t'oiii,ai.iiiii while hunting in
tlio mountain west of Molina- several
week ago, ha recovered, ami is visit
Inn hi futher-ln law, Mr. Price, in
I'rof. J. It. Wctherbre returned lo
hi (hull- hf tv, after a long nines, on
ihUafltrmsm' trulu. He w ill resume
the. supcritilundency of the gvinna-
linn tlio llrst of thfyt'itr, ami will pn
bubly do no other work fur some tiiut.
Ilan Svar.fMi.l an.l hi hrl.1... ami
Mis Timi IV.'i-rwin arrived on the
aftrrnoon' .s-al yesterday fr.nn Lis
Imiii, North ).ikoia. Mr." Svarvcni.l
will now rtiilf here iHTiii.tni'tilly, ami
tlot'ii not leiru uuy further ni'i'iiaint
anett with that fro'eti fountrv. Mr.
Svurvt'ru.l wtv On-Koti i mueli talke.l
of hark then., ami hu iinlh luteit a
lart,'i i ill lit I trr: t it ti to I jiene nii'l
vicinity in t!if nenr futurf.
This ha Ut n rather a iiilet Silur
('ouimiMi.iiiei inuit utijourni'd yt-.
Thf WUur.l Oil I'.i. will .m ii up
Monihty at K.nK'liiirg.
I'M Jmlkiil I ilaiitiiii; ten arret of
Italian jirum- on hi in n in Ho ami
one hull oast of Ku'eiie.
Dallat IHiHervcr: Mr. I'attiwui of
Hear Kilu'elie, ha I.K'ateil in Iliilew inl
ftiiv for thf jiii rp' we of iluiiiK a jowelry
A may bo Htfii from tht, real ttatf
IraiiHartion as mllNlieil daily, Sheriff
Johnxin I making a e.iiii.leritl.le
iiuiiiUt of dit'iU to land Mild for taxi-s
uvf r two year Bk" find not redeemed.
Thf nh? ill tho vault of tlio I'nlon
Saving and l.oall AHsueiatiun hank Ht
l'lirtland wo lilowu omu Tlnirodiiv
niKht and all tho imuify it eonlnine.),
i,(XW, Ktolen. Nitro'glvtvrine wa
the explixivv um.il.
TIip Kiieiio KiikIiio rotnpany ami
IUim'Uo Hone C.miimiiy lut lil'lit in
raueii muiiiuatfd r'hiut. K. I 'roller,
the itt'Kfiit lueiiiiilH-nt, lor chief engi
neer, and Fred Her bold for a.ilaut.
Tho le.artiueiit elet'tloii ntvur Mon
day from I to 0 . in.
The S ildierV Homo ut itdiurtf 1
aid to Ih tilled to ovurllowiiii;, but
lie vert hcles indigent old wildiem con
tinue to arrive in Houghi eoiiulv, fx
jMH'tiilt; to he eared for at thf lluliif.
Die result U that many have Ix-eoine a
burden to the eouiitv, and the tax
payer are worried thereut.
Mudie will I roiimcd at Hie
university ami puhlie h'IuhiI Monday.
the i:ird Oil ('oiiiiianv make
their last npitarniieeal tlie nsTa Imuse
Workmen I ave eoliiliielict d ileeorut-
Ing the new tiar(t'rn of the Kugeiip
1oauaml .-n vmi; bank.
A new sidewalk i Ndug l.u It along
the south Hi.lt of the Mel 'lung roi rt. v
comer of S'veiilh and Willamette
Travel on the railroad U tweeii 1'ort
land and San Francisco i rexirtfd very
light. The other liny nu overlnnd
tmin i-aiiie over the M-kivous with
imlv foiirl.s'ii ia.siiL'er. wlilli it
took tlrteeu employe to handle the
Mttlford.Mall: V. K. Itrandenburg,
kte.'d oil ill Med ford a few day tin
Wtrk while eliroule froiii Klaiuatli
Indian agency to Snlein. The K''"1''"
man has l-en engiigeil w ith the allot
ting uucury In stttiiur aside govern
innnt lam. for the Indian. Tint
work, he state, i still in progress, but
will stop soon, to Is' resumed again in
I lie ati.ri iiif . He savn tl.at Nt
ple who are IlkUiing ili gelling hold of
a gsM pitiv of laud after the allot
ment i over are going to ! disap
pointed, at there will be Vt-rv little de
sirable land left after the Indians, half
breed and ijuartt r breed K' t their
quota. Heity many of tlie Indian
take html upon whieh the water is
breast ileep, preferring llii- to dry Inn I
Irmuvol tho water hllu-s w lii. h grow
tlierr, and the wbI of which they Use
a an article of food.
The republican city convention of
Allutny, ba nominated Frank J. Mil
ler for a ts.uncilinan. The election tak.-
The h'stiery mill at Waterhi in
Liuii ttiUiity. i liiiif cr.nvertr.1 Into a
three el weavn.g mill whidi will l
In full ois ratit.n bv January It. Ja
Harbin, formerly of tin county i em
ploye.1 there. 0
Time, iKv, I.
A Mr. Webber, of Kugebe, helf
dining the w.rk looking otir the Held
w illi the viww ol (lartiiig a saloon.
Il.rn. -To Mr. aud Mr. Frank
K'lsi.tw, a sou, Nov.,1'4, lss4.
I.ru. - I'ii Mr and Mr. Lorni Fd
wards, a miii, Nov. Jil, mI.
The M. I). t liureh ha k'ranted lU-v.
II. S. Walla.f, a leave, of Hbsemv for
olieuiouth. He Will have next week
for N.-tt ork, on private bu.lne.
I.. W. : lark has !d bis pla.-e tat
of town uud taken up a ihtiui in (lie
iieik'lilsrhtsM of l inoii sebiH.l hoiiM-.
It l a IJi) acre trad and wa alwav
coiisidcreil railroad or school laud. Af.
ler luvestigntion Mr. t l,ari.e. t lint
it wa governniriit laud and tlltnl on it
atvtiriliiitf'y. It i a g.s., pi.. l
At (hu meet I nu' of the F.ater:i Star
Chapter, held Saturdav t v. nirg,
the lullow inu olllcer were i lecied for
tin- ensuing year: Worthy Malum.
A F. Van Vranken; Worthy" l'aiion, '
A Milliron; AhuiIc Malton, Mi. M
I. Milllitui; secretary, Frank M. sir
head; treasurer, Mis Maltie !.;
eoieluctress, Miss Mary Mnug; Asito
elate couduclre, Mist Minnie 'llmi.
ton. t- ...
Iho freight trains are still hauling
freight to the mil c.
tiroree I.antl attend. -d a d.tniv at
Mr. Kelly' last Saturday iiijjhl.
Fliuer Dolittle ami w ife Visited ov. r
Sunday at I'nele Jiiuiuy Teeter'a.
A protracted lllis lillg is iM'illg held
at the Clirisiuaii sel'iHilhouo tins
Henry Smith, of Cunw t ll, It staving
Willi hi brother, C. A. Smith.
Lynx Vnriiell, of Mohawk, who I IHS
I tee 1 1 visiting with hi cousin, J. i.
Stewart, has returned home.
A del. alii g KH'icty was orgaui.cd at
the Christina schiHilhouH.' last Satur
The debating society ut the Star
sclnsilhoU". liieet It'gulnrly every
Saturday night. '1'here wa a rinmI
alteiidiiiiif. The nubjuci was, '"lie.
solved. That the br.siin i more Is iie
lleial to the huuscw iff than the dish
rag." The Judge decided ill favor of
Mr. Ilarker uud atni ure getting nut
piling for the railroad tMtupnuy.
I'iicIi. Hilly Sibout 1 plowing for
t'n de John Cole.
Last Thursday Mr. Keiiliier wa ar
rested by the constable from Cottage
lirove, who nuw alter Kentin r ac
companied by two deputie. They
nauiicuiieii iiiiu ami took him I i I ul
lage lirove. He wa given a hearing
U'lore Justice Medley, and I here UIiib
no evidence ngaiut Iiiiu ho wa ilis-
clinrged. What wa he aireste.1 foi'.'
Why, htcniisti some one found the
hea.l and ear of a issi-f Miiuew here in
the wiskIs, a mile or mfrom Kciilncr's
house, uud JiliuH'd ut the itiiiclusion
that Kent lier stole the heel. I'a T.
I'Kl l V Tiiikvi.mi. Siiii.thing will
have to Imj done to rid the cnmuiuiiitv
of n most undesirable clas of Individ
uals, tor the past wivk or two burtf
larie and atleinpled hold up have
Iss'ii iuitu numerous and ctty thiev
ing i likewise being indillgi-d In.
I'eople are missing chickens, and small
article of ull kind. In fact every
thing laying around loo must is
watt'hvtl prclly chstely. hether this
I U'iiiMone by "locul talent" or tour
ists, we don't know, but It should at
uuy rute lai ferreted out.
TlIK IUll.KOAl) ASMKMtMKNT. The
county niiiiuilssloiient court did not
consider the (plestion of raising the
railroml assessment at the adjourned
term Just ended, on a.tsiuut of a doubt
as to the sulllcieiicy of nutlet, to the
railroad company. Another notice
lis been served oil I.. II. Adair, the
agent of the company at F.ugeno,
summoning the rail load authoritlm to
apsar Is'fore tlie court next Wttlne
day the first day of the regular term
and show cause if any there 1st why
the ast-mviit houlil not lie iticrea
Jl'SninN Jl'STK'K CiM'KT. -- The
trial of U. C. Milleit for assault and
battery, prefern-d bv Alva Itemeiit,
ri-sulteii disastrously for the defendant.
He was lined to, and with the cost
levied Uhu In , amounted to t.D.Hii.
Thecu-of the frucaa wa a dispute
over a line fence Iwtwevn tho two
uien'a plait-. Deputy Fristtuiing
Attorney J. M. William, of thli city,
conducted the cae for the state.
Wem'KM.v. It. I., Nov. i. Horaif
Vose, of this town, diiputfhcd by ex-pn-ss
a day or tw o aun a Thanksgiving
turkey to the president, and w ith it
"Wmtkki.v, It. I., Nov. itf, ltitj.
"Hon. lirover Cleveland iH-ar Sir:
I voted the republican ticket this fall.
I i I not have ipilte a g'ssi a business
a I had liosil the lust year, hul I
w ant to Is-sure you have a lih'sle Is
land turkey, ri send you a half bhssl
wild one by expres tislay, which
please accept. Your rctft fully,
The president' turkey "dnwd" 0
bsi. y ouri, NoTemts-r s..
Akhivkii. The Iswly of J. K. Smith
urrived from Iacjina lust night and
wa tukeli to rieasalit Hiil for burial
tin morning by W.J. Morgan, who
came over witli I be remain ami U. .
Haiid-nker, a brother-Ill law of tlie de
o'tised. His ill at li wits caused by one
of nis l.fs Is iug crushed by a timis-r
I hrow u by a blast in a r-k ipiarry '.
f.s t away. He was taken to a Ta
(ma luwpital and tlie llijun-d limit
amputnti'd, but the sb.s k on his sys
b 111 w u l. treat aud h" wa lli.nl. le
' to urvir li..' opemtl .... Minlli
I resided in Kugeiie f r a iiuinU-r of
i j ears and l.as many waiui Irii-lid
i lo re a lio w ill l pmu.' l to learn of
1 Ins u 1 dell ileath.
j MaKHII.I. We hav retsi-ivrd the
' following elegantly engraved marriage
j atiiioums-ui.tfit. "K. F. W illi and
I Moliie Varneile, marrie-l Tburwlsy,
i Nov. SJ, !, at Oakland, California.
; At home alter January 1, at -ilJ Mi
taiou tle.-l fall Francisco, Cal."
llllNKM.IMii l KlI.rNK.
I'drtlal Arnmut of t lie Many j
It wa t)lenr, Here. I
iiihhii.i. at will , II o.
i'a.'y tt ir!, Ni,tritils-r o
11. c .lit V i lied up w llll indii ntioli
of fair wtaiht r and il was Mrilhdiu
the uftiru.s.ii by sn uliu.t t loiidlts
ky. Farly In the iiioriiing many jstw
pie were ,fli tin the street; peopled..
Ilig charitable wolk, their face llll
nglow with the pleasure it nit. .id, d
them; football enl htisiaits, d.s-ora!, A
in collegt. iMlor. and currying lioin
of various lta with which to break
the monotony of what they stt ined to
think would' otherwise he profound
ilcli.f; aud siiple doing their mark
eting, and from the ami. tint done,
everylsaly must have Ucu well-feasted
on Hit day of ret and prais... Fvery
one apparently thought of only one
pall of our governor short proclama
tion: ' in limes ol pr.s rily rejoice;
and had Ho thought of the days of ad
versity, even if they ure upss to I.
As the hour i f 1 1 o'ebs k npp r.mcli. d
the pti pic coiigregalttl at Hie Fust
Itiptl.tihui.h, win re union lliank--Hit
lug st rvici-s were held, ami bv that
hour t tu ling r i mi could li tr.llv be
ol.ii.hu . I, Hi. hop J. s. Mill., of thf
t'lliled lit. thieu church, ilellVt Ted the
sermon, and It I nuiiect s.ary to state
how cxivilelit all ellorl It Was. Hev.
u viler had charge of t he scrvhv and
did his part in hisiuvu happy, illimit
able way. The music was of a high
order, the choir U lug lr,.in auioni; tin
lsst siiik'ers in Ihe low ii. !ev. Mills
whs introduced and skc lo the audi
fiico a follows:
TIIANKS1I'IMI sMlVIl y.
The preacher asiogied for not se
lect Ilig hi theme from the usual li( ol
topic for such iMvasioti. His text was,
John n i.. I an I 1 1, Cor. hi theme,
" l'he I j.semv of Ciiristiaiiity." He
gave a distinction Is'lw.t n b iter ami
pirit, form and life, phenomena and
esseiiiv. Tiie phciioiiieua arc changea
ble; tlli't ssehiv i is'rillillielit .
" riip'phciioriien.i of Christianit v nie
culture i or ivn iiioiiles., rin.l., tlns.
ogy, ethics, the chiiich and the bible.
These are all expression of Christian
ity, uud valuable it means; but they
ure subject to the law of progress and
change. Fvcii the bible is a pn.gesslve
revelation to the Individual and to the
ra.v none of thisse ale the esseni-e of
" I he essem-e of Christianity Is the
spirit of liod In the heart of
men, w itmsssing their divine, worship.
John says, 'He that Is lievclli that
Jcsti 1 tht sou of I io l, i lrii of ( bid ;
and I1.nI tlwelleth in him.' I'etcr say,
' The promise of I bid lire given to us
that we might ls partakers of the HI
vim nature.' I'nul prays thai his tsi
plc may 'U' tilled with tin fiillni-ss of
I iod,' and declare that li.xl' 'spirit
liear witness with our spirit that we
ure the childiell of I iod.' Jesus taught
that, 'Ho that hath my words, ami
ket''th them, he it is that lovelh Ine;
and he that lovcth me shall Is loved
by the Father, aud we will conic ami
make our hIshIc with lllui.' Jesus
wan the essenix. of Christianit v. Il
growth I tlie enlargement of lilt life,
as the leaven that translorm men by
" Thin I the true ground of how. for
our race, liod is In hi world, Immi
nent in nil things, yet transcendent
overall. He i 'in you nil, over vmi
all;' mi. I in Him we have our Is'lug.
The revision of our know ledge of tho
phenomena of Christianity should oc
casion u no tear or unrest. The re
vision of our know ledge of astronomy
d's not change the warmth of the
n ii nor the Isauty of the heavens.
The revision of our botanic dis s not
destroy the value of vi gclahlc for fissl
or the charm of Mowers fol our nt'lise.
While this i mi age of theological
change, crctsl revision, ami religious
transition, we mt'd not fear the out
come, as liod I ill his progressive
movement and will guide it to a right
The church was decorated profusely
with Mower and eM-rgns-ns, and
around the pulpit was nil kinds of gar
deli and farm product, for this was
called a ham-si Thanksgiving. On
one side of Hie pulpit ran a tall black-Is-rry
vine, and on the other tall stalks
of grain held their head up pioudly.
It was all very appropriate.
TlIK IimiIUAI.I. UAMK.
One of the most stublsirnly coultstl
ed game of football ever played on
the 1'acitlu Coast bs.k place, yesteidav
nftt-riKM.il ul Stewurt' truck.
Although the honor were even,
neither imrty U'ing able lo score,
nevertheless the hugeue team had
much the Us-t of It, and after the llrsl
ten minute kept the hall constantly
in their opponents territory. The
Held wa a ierfvet sloiigli of despond.
When the player line. I up after the
first kcriuimage they looked more like
iiiiu warrior with a coittlngof lump
black than American Itorn citizen.
Tune wit called at : !l o'clock, Forest
( irove having the kick oft ami north
goal. The 1 stall lropM'd Into Templo
lou s hands on the ID yard line and
w a carried lU yards further I fore he
was downed. After making .'1 yard
on a center pluv, Kugeue lot the hall
on a fumble and I'acilic I mv rity with
a succession of imirsed play on the
line brought the ball lo the eight
yard line where they lost It on i,wi.
For ten minute the battle waxed
tierce neither sido having any rticu
lar advantage, when Fugenu got the
ball on her hi yurd line on a tumble,
and then with tiie finest kind of iuler
Icrctire and team play carried It the
whole length of the field and came
within an of gelling a touch
down, finally losing the bull on dow n
on I'ucific 4 ard line. The visitor
gained ') yards through left tackle ami
I lieu I' sl the ball nil a fumble. I line
was called w 1 1 It the Uili in F.ugeiie
Mnsessioii on the 4 yard line. After
an li'b rmi-sion of b-n minute the
I. am lined up ngaiu haviiigebauge.il
g -.Is, I.ugerm having the kick oil. j
l"k. .in ' carried the bad w ith very pr.-t-1
ty intt-rf, reii.ir, up to their own 4 I
yard line, ami that is the lirar.-st that '
they got to the I 'mceraity ' gll
I hey I t the ball on down and l.u-i
gene, Willi a suis-estooii of plays, prill-
I ripally through (he is nter, carried it
I to l!i li yar.l line only lo low it for,
I the same ras-u. Il.'t I'hIIIm waged.
1 flen ti for twenty li.u minutes l.u
gene aam and again advancing tln-1
Lull, but ts-itig pr,-.-iiie. from .ring
by I'acillc tine .Uf. ii.v. Ononeo.--I
i-asiou a fake pUv worked very well.'
."hattuck dropi-.out of hi place as if j
to plunge w ith the hull through the
lino and tho I'acltlc mass,-, I ibeui
selv,s In front of ! t in to stop the rush
Iho ball, howetcr, passed Miat
tuck into Teiiiplchm' bauds, who
lurritsl il around the It-it end for
nearly '."U vard. liuii' wa called
with the ball In Fugeiie' svss-on on
tho Jn yard line. .ttc, I iiivt-rsily ol
Oregon 0. 1'nclth' I'lilvvrsily 0.
The teams lined up ns follow:
r. i f. r f
It-.'s- ! , e I I , .nu, -11
Id;. !-'.! li Ms.tV l'..s'.t
-l.all.ii-t I ... M.. , r
.o.niaii-l ..-ul.-r K:rkw.ssl
I imui. t..it r ll .sr.l I h,.M.
U.-f's; i I Is. k..- MrNatnrr
I 's, r-li-t I li,ir
Visit.,- t .,!. l-r IM!
K.s'iu- , t,.l ir.i;, ,
lot.. ii r l.sll lis.., .i
ii iiu ut-.ii (ti:t lst. i
II,. 1. II. -s..n I'sti. rn
1,-Hll" , I. Ill I .
W I !..,., i
Itefenv, Church, Princeton ss.
I'lnplre, l.eroy, I'rlint ton 't. I.lne
uiiiii, McAlist'.r not Ward, i
Although everyone on each team
p 'avid line ball, those who particu
lally dlstlliglilsbi ,1 tin ll.selti s for I'll
gene Wen- .slmttuck. II. Templeton,
lravisnud K.s-ne. I'or I'acitlc, Hail
i'.v. Tongue and llaiicr, Il was
tntlu r amusing to .. Nhattilck play
horse t it li I lioiuas "hikcrs"i the
giant guard of tlie I'.'icillcs. S.ine
six hundred pts.ple gat hen d to seethe
game, among w hom were a uumls rof
pretty girls all Issht-ked In the I . of
0. is.l.us. I in horns, Chlin s, gon-s,
Is lis and rallies were out in full for.v,
and whenever the home t. sni m idc a
gain paiidcmouitim broke l.s.s,,. It can
Is-ss.,-y said that f.M.tl.nll has a linn
hold ull Filgelie and that a large
crowd W ill turn out to mv Iho Filkclit
Monuioulh game on the l-'.th. I'acillc
l lilverslt v ev,1 lied in their end Work,
w hile Iho Slute I Diversity had inn, h
tho ts-st line, uud Teliipleb.il couipli Ic
ly out pilllled his op. in ul.
i iik m: in ions.
Wediiesdny evening at alsuit i:.".n
o'ct.M'k tlio two fiMitbull (cams went to
the resilience of I'residt lit ChaplliHIl,
where he and hi estimable ttlfo,
assisted by the senior cluwt, enter
tHined llieiii for a few hour. Supis-r
wa ulso served to them there I he
room were Isaiilifully ilecorned.
I'll). Is.ys were Very grntefiit for their
kind treatment hy the president and
On last evening of the young
Indies of tho university entertained
the teiim III Mrs, I'mlerwisHl'ii
spacious parlors. A Hue program wa
rendered, and with introduction, con
versation and dancing, the time
passed rapidly inn II iiIhuiI II o'clock,
when nu elegant lunch wa served.
Iho r.s.m were gorgtsuisly tilted up
ami with mirror ull ov.r the Malls
1. uiked like a veritable mystic pnlait.
Of course, college color and Initial
were everywhere. Tl lWatho most
enjoyable lime the visitor hnd here,
lint young ladl.-s nppret'lutcil more
limn they are able to tell the kindness
of Mr I'lidcrwiMHl In generously ex
tending to them the Invitation to'lml.t
tlie reitpliou there. A Ihishlight
pictuie wa taken of tlie crowd.
1 IIK HASCK.
I u the evening tho dunce given bv
l-'ugeiio Hand and company C, O. S.
J., attracted the lover of the liniy
dams'. The hull wna comfortably II I lis I
and the happy throng present enjoyed
thcuisclvca lo tlie utmost. It was c'ou
sederably after the midnight hour
when the iluucu broke up, and ull
voted il a most enjoyable event.
'look Mr) liiilnr.
S Al HAMKNTll, Nov. !. I.ust even
ing nn uukuowi. man engnged a nsuu
i.t 1'niigh'a hotel at Itrlghton, near
ibis city, and retired, lit was found
tin morning with a portion of a
slrvclinlne Miwd. r on a table by h'
Is d. Ha wan 5 fts't il Inche In height
about C year old, and hud reddish
hair and a mustache, lis wore truss
marked "J. llurbin, IVuver." Whero
he came fnun recently of what his
inline is, I i.ot know n. The label on
the poison Isire tho word "City Drug
Store, V.. J. McMichael, Manager."
There is no audi store In llil city.
The uliove 1 an associated press dis
patch. H I very likely Hint thesiioii
was obtained at the City I'rug (tore in
this city, a for ipilto a limn F. K. Mc
Michael wan the inuunger of It and the
lals Is were ati prinle.l. The dispalch
drn-s iiol glvti the Individual liuliie,
hpin-tt it is iniSHsihle lo lenrii from the
rugisler who the H ron Is, a many
issiple buy strychnine for coinine iciul
mid medicinal purpisM. And again,
we learn, that many (wopltt buy such
poison under aaaumed name.
C Pi I'arsouagr.
bftllv Oiisr.1 Nut nifU-r ."'.
I he C. I', paisoiiago was coiiiplctvly
lakeirhy storm Wtdliesday evening,
l'he iiieinls rs ol our own church ami
other friend began to siur In alsmt 7
o'cliM-k and kent it up till we had to
ransack tho place for clmir to accoui
lunda'e them. The evening wa a very
enjoyable one to us, and we trust also
to all prew nt.
The form I still not entirely over.
Some who could not he with Us last
evening ate stopping In this morning
and leaving w ith u token of their in
ttsm and well-wishea for us.
A parent and a children wo fisvl
gratified to the One from whom
"every gotxl and .'ifect gift" coinea,
and to our friends for their presem.,
their word of cheer, and for a well
(lll.sl pantry. Vour truly,
J. A. li.MtllKlTToM,
A. V. IOMoiki'I Tom.
Fui-ne, Nov. ii.
To lit; M a mil i l I 'aid are out an-
nouiiciug the sppr.m, hlug murrlugo of
Mis Anna Pram to Mr. Alls-it I.
.mith, on Tliiirsday, Ilec. nth, l"tl, at
so clock, at II. family r.s.i-nc ut
Drain, Oregon. Thecniiple have many
friend In this city.
I'ooT Ca IXi. -The llruwiisvillx
lime has Ist-u doing considerable
talking for I amcrou the f.,t laeer, from
which '.lie would understand he l
auiiou to meet Trine on the track
again. We are informed a proposition
ha been made to them for soother
race hy parte ht le, and by w hich
I am, i"U wi.l t-ltlor have to come
tralg it to the u nter 'or make a com
plete bi. k-dow n.
li.. a-l in ai.ollier
Fl;iDA, VoVF.Ml'.F.U W.
Chti.tiiii.t li.- I
J.miit M.sirr d , w the, I, .nn ud . oi:
al the how I.,-: ii.ght.
The phonograph man hit on Ihi
afternoon It.., burg l.s'al for other
A uncling of tho state executive
tMinmlttis. of the pts.phst party Will Is
In Id III Salem IVv. s, , at 10 a. III.
The I'ortl.tnd Sun sa the f.s.t
ball ganic pi iid in I'ligcno y.-slerdny
w as the greatest one ever playisl on
The f.s.t ball tame at Corvnlli re
siiltisl: I'orllaiid L'.', Corvullis n. In
Portland Seattle won over tha Multo
lioinnln by s to ).
Flank J. Miller 1 a republican can
dl, lute f,.r councilman in Salt-m. J.st
Klein In hi w ard tied hi opsineiit
oil the fits! ballot but was debuted on
tho next una by tints' votes.
The dinner by the In. II.- of the M.
I". church given yesterday wa largely
alien. led. and the ladle cleared a Heat
sum tor the double they have taken.
The dinner wa complete aud sumpt
uous in every way and one of the flinstt
ever given here. I hey served a lunch
In I he evening.
Jimmy Thompson ha moved
hi bartsT shop into the east
room of the Kistlnu bbs k.
Salem Post: The steamer Fugi'li
w ill sis, it ls put oh tlio I liigeue Port
land route as the river I now rising.
M.e has ls-. ii doing not a little freight
business of late, tuot of w hich come
over Iho Oregon Pacific from San
The Forest lirove fit ball Irani left
for their home ibis morning. They
nro a iiiiel, gentlemanly set of Im.v
and made many friend here. We
would Is- glad to see tin in hern again.
'The Irani pulled mil wilh the sound nf
college lolls nn. I the wnviug of hun
dreds nf hut nn, I handkerchief.
'The Mod fort I ctirrciideiit of tho
Jacksonville Time say: Mr. Wol
cott, the publisher of tho semi-weekly
pas-r .Mcdford I nlsuit to 1st bl.-so.il
wilh, a n lion nee that the llrst liuuilsr
w ill Is- Issued ,, tlie Uth. Hit claim
to have ;mu siilcrll-r already and or
ders for considerable advertising splice,
w ith pr,-ect of doubling thli at an
livpreseiitlltivt' Hillega Wit ill low II
lav Teiistch went to Cn-sMcll this
Coinmls.loiiers Peiklns and Calliwui
ure in low n.
F A. Cisike, of Portland, the prune
buyer, Is in Filgelie.
C. '.. Is'kwiHMl, of Portland, s-nt
Thrrstlay In Fugelie.
Archer ltiit returned from Cottage
lirove thl morning.
Ilev. Wis.ley wn a pusv-nger on thli
morning' local train.
fill!. Mavhew went to Itoi-eblirg on
this nfl. in, sin' traiii.
Samuel l.tvi-aly, I be Seattle, Wnsh.,
hop buyer, I In the city.
Harvey Suiinnervlllu returned from
llarrlsbiirg tills aftermsiii.
President Chnpmuu went tollrnut'a
Pass on last night' train.
Dr. Oglesby passed through In Cot
tage lirove thl alteriiisin.
Prof. II. II. Wilkes, of Lebanon,
sM-nt Thanksgiving In Fugene.
Mr. M. Svarverud returned thl
afleruiKiii from a visit to llarrlsbiirg.
Harvey Summe rvillo smt Thanka
giving w Illi In Im-sI girl at Albany.
II. A. Washburno wa passenger
lo Spriuglleld on tliisafleinoon'a lia-al.
Attorney William went to Salem
on a liusl lies trip on thl morning'
Mis Ada TIioiiiiu left for her home
at Turner thl iimmlng Hfler a short
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Itoiiey, accoiu
paiiietl by Mr. I.. N. I tone v, went to
lioaheii on thl afternoon' train.
J. II. Kelley returned on the over
land lust night from Port Orford,
w hern he had been oil aurvlru con
nected with tho government.
Hiiierlnluudoiit McFlroy'a noil, Col
eridge cum up on tho overland Wed
nesday night for severnl day visit In
Fugene, Is'ing the guest of Prof. lUdd'a
Wednesday' Albany IkuniHTat:
Mr. Fd lilotlgett g.s- to Kugeue to
night to spend 'Tlianksglvliig. The
I iiiversity r ureal lirove foot bull game
I not the only attraction.
.New Crick Itulldluif .
Mr. V.. Consrr Intend building a
brick on her Ninth strts-t lot, on the
south aide, now ot.rupletl hy the
wisslen row In which are a atfoiid hand
lore, a slim-maker shop and the room
until recently occupied by Thomimoir
harbor sliop. The building will (at one
story In belghtli, 4l x Ml fi-et, and
w ill have a corrugated Iron warehouse
In the rear, 4o I feet, and I to tt
coinpletetl and ready for occupancy by
'I he entire building has Iss-n lensed
hy F. II. Ingham for the term of five
year and he will in ivo hi grocery
atom Into II When completed.
1' .1 - l.tisr.1, N.ttrm's-l e
I'.I Sniiit made nu nssik'iiuicut of
Ills gi.-. eiy biisinr and other
prupvity io J. W. Cherry,
for the Is ii. lit of hi creditor late
Wednesday atleril.s.ii. He tiled the
following estimate of hi aanet and lia
i.I.i acre of land know n a the
ItcUhuw farm, iitortgaged for
Slis k of giSlll 0
to ton of hay isi
'.issi bushiU'of oat :t"
Iks.k a.t'oulit 1,'tnl
I 'urrlago 7-'i
Cart, harms. and wagon oil
A Schlllintf Co, S V f si h7
ll.s.isjr A Jelililngs " ,TT.'i .'17
Wellinan, Pivk A Co " '.'11 1.4
Lewi Packing Co " Ill il
II F Dusiu, San Jose -.'.mil ill
Cltisselt A levers, Portland. 140 II
M Seller A Co., " :i
I. ucklo Sap Co, " 1-1 4"
iiii tr.Mt, " ill 1.1
Cat list, I n A Co, " 'J.'i Sn
Speiitvr, Clnrk A Co, " y.1 ml
Wadhaiu A Co, " 4 's Is
Portland Crucker Co, " L'7 Tn
Weston Itasket Co, " II t'J
Dolail A Co. " VZ 'tl
Wallon A Co, N. V 7.1 1
Mckle fro. " IH Hi
II. s.k Co, Philadelphia ,. I'.' :H
Ut National Hank, Fugene ... U,0 ul
W P Fisher " . .. V il
Tlioi Senvey, Fugene .'itl tl
S S Stephen ' 14
F II Ingham " 71 Ul
Linn A Kay " Urn ml
S P D l.umlH.r Co, t Irani Pas '.V Ul
Cauyonvllle Mfg I'o.llowburg Till U)
J C Subiu, Harrisburg 11 M
Vnlelillne, " li! Ul
Mereantllo Co, " :ul IW
II A Davis, ' .137 ("J
Milling Co, Junction 1.1 ui
Washburno A Sona.Springllel.l Mm tl
Total t,li73 HI
We hosj Mr. Smith will shortly bo
enabled loifstiuie biislmns, and ho has
a great many friend who will regret
to hear of hi failure.
NI'UlNlirlr'.I.D UK MS.
A Nrwsjr l.riter from Mar Special
At the cltv uailcu held Monday
evening, the follow lug named gentle
men were placed III nouiiuntlon: For
mayor, A. Wlns lcr; councilman for
two years, J. II. Iiinls; treasurer, 1. II.
Iloatty; rutsirder, M. L. Wllumt.
While Indulging in a friendly rough
and tumble, perry Long had hi Irfl
shoulder thrown out of place. Perry
say he don't care much for that 'a the
arm lie haa to carry In wood with.
Dr. C. L. Dowiilewaa calletl and put
the shoulder III plncv.
While cleaning house, Mr. M. J.
Clnrk hnd the misfortune to fall,
Inking her aide on a Isix, fracturing
two of her rilsk Tho fracture waa rv
duivd hy Dr. C. L. Dowule.
At the entertainment given by (he
Spriuglleld I'lro Company al the
o-ra house Wutlnisvlay evening,
tverytlilng passtsl nlf lu first fins
order, bow ing much careful drill on
tho part of the company. A thl I
their Unit tllort, the boy are to 1st
itnigratiilaled on I heir aucoeae. The
lioiiMi wa crowdisl, ahowlng the In
terest taken In the company by the
i-iliAMi. 'Tho comic, ois'ra by Art
KoU'rls, llu Washburn, Tom N heeler
and llcrlicrt Walker wa the feature of
the evening, eliciting loud and cmi
lluiiou applause from the audience.
Illj l.iisia, NoTtiubsr D
Itrmn.Aiw KTii.i, Aroi mii. Ilur
glara entertsl C. M. Voung'a butcher
shop last night, hy raining rear win
dow ami carrying out the caah register
Into the alley back nf the building, and
proceeded to tear nell the drawer
with a cold chlael, damaging the aame
a little. Ingoing out tiie thief un
locked the door In the rear. Only two
iieiinlea were In the rogUter and the
burglars tlid not take them. Chan
Cnmer In passing the alley where the
register waa left, about 11 oclock, no-Ih-ed
man who acted sustdclouily
emerge Into Seventh street. lie wore
a slouch white hat, and was low and'
heavy set. Of course he may or may
not have been the guilty rty.
HlnOllli IAI. IWjiIUKNi K. The of
ficial resident) of the new secretary of
stale, Harrison II. Kim-aid, will I at
Salem, a the constitution provide,
but, ua the constitution also provides,
hi actual voting residence Is-lng at
his home. This lis Ism-ii the rule w ith
past secretaries, and I the rule of the
.resent oillcial, .Mr. Mcllrldu. Mr.
Kilicald ha the ability, the expert
em: ami the Industry to make for Ore
gon a liiisit excellent secretary of state,
lb) wants to do tlilt, and ho will give
to the ililtle of lb oflhtl all hi time.
but In home I III Fugene, where il!
has I .cell for something like a third of
a century, and the people of Salem aud
of Oregon ilo not ext'l him to change
thut. - Salem Statesman.
Car 41 of loses.
The bereaved wife, father and moth
er and brother of the late W. II. Alex-
and. r extend tin Ir heart fell thank to
their liinuy friemls, and to the Tys-grsphl.-al
union of which deceased waa
a m nils-r, for their sympathy ami as-1
islam during their hour of trial aud
ImIIj Ousid, itiabal t.
V. M. (-. A. Mr.Kimm. Tomttrrow
morning at Wo'cloc k thsre will be a Fel
lows' Meeting of Y. M. C. A. kt the
Dormitory. At a o'clock Mr. V. C.
Mlchner will give a ouiithlelios talk to
the young men of the university. A
grand rally of the student will be held
In the M. K. church at 7 o'chak.
SMflal muslo has been tireparet).
Professor le, of Albany, will speak
upon "The Inter Collegiate Movement
In the Northwest;" Mr. C. C. Mlchner,
Iho International mrietary of the Y. M.
C. A., uihiii "The Inter-Col It -glate
Movement.'' and Mr. Dummetl Umii
"The Y. M. C. A. Work in the Cliy."
All young wople are retUotd to
Dstlr Ouwa. DrrsuitMr I.
At Ids homo, alsiut oue-half mile
from Creswell, this morning at 11
o'clock, Mr. H. O. Martin, aped 7.1
years. The old gentleman had rasru
In iMs.r health for two or three years,
and hail been troubled mostly Willi
liver and stomach troubles. The
funeral will vur tomorrow.
Mr. Martin was one vt the noble and
honored pioneers of the country, w ho
braved so much to make their homes
here and made thl great valley what
It I. He leaves a Urge family aud
n u nitrous relatives and frleuds to
mourn his departure.
Te Ms Kcslse Mill lleaers.
ItoMK, Nor. . It Is announced
that the commander of the Vessel
bringing the Vatican's exhibit at the
world's fair will deliver to the Tope an
autiigraphlc letter from Mr. Cleveland.
He will be received with honors SO
nor de I extraordinary ambassadors
from the great (lowers.