Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View This Issue
i n l
'.ST.'.l!LISIIP.n VOR ME BIMRIUI.tIOX OP DEXnRlTin rKINCITLCS, M M PIRN BOUaTlimQ M TIT E Ml KIT nP ni'R r.WW
H In r EN E
li UAH I i
WEEKLY EUGENE GUARD
CA1PBCLL IJROS. PUBLISHERS
i,. g,t. . :
Z SaolM. .
.1! t""""- le,,e, W 0L'AK"'
j s. I.UCKEY
Jocks. Watches, Chains. Jewelry, Etc
BEPAIKIN" PROMPTLY DONE.
L. W. BROWN, M. D.
i... ..iinn ana oumwi.
I1 n . .i.t-n nvriotoffioe. Hours;
XRAHITE AND MARBLE WORKS,
. . Dvin. In Forelirn and
L.DailUi aau -si- -
Mart'le ud Ur"lte' S,onumeUU
Hrt Ut'""-" aad Cemetery work of
11 klndi for
ALL WORK GUARANTEED !
.. Street, near Poitofflce. Eene, ur
t C. VVUU Wwwu,
Wi-Oae -hull block south of ehrliniTi
Ell KSK, i ORKOON.
tl e (I l:lU I
Mil; in " l til
Ui(Biiu Wullnn dock,
L. L. WHITSON,
Hivlnf i.nrrlmnfd the onlee mid flxtiirei o
... .I.T. ......I w v ii..i,il,Ton. I in now
t-'-mi lo do KuT-.lilng In Urn Uno o l)cntitrj
Cron ind Brldgt work t Sptclilty.
C. ( M.
B. 0. PAINE.
Loan and Savings
iftie, - - Oregon.
T0RS-l). . mine, J. B. HarrH, J.
j unit, B. 1. l'ulno. W. K. Brown, J. F.
I Kobiuiou, f, , uaburn.
ItillDjCuital, : : :
). .... TT . . .....
junii.i titkig ti
alow.' 1 nn Urn. i
tiniici tnkrg eusmcss 1 ransacxeo
lU'lowol on Urns deDOilta.
wloini-ntrtistcil to our caw will receive
.ane County Bank.
j ttnuMiihed In lssii
general Banking business
j'1' bnnshsi transasted on
. u. 11UVE, Pris-idel.t.
M. AHRAMS, (Jiu-hli r.
A. U. HOVE i J , Aist Cash
it. 8ki,!gbk.. a..:.iu. r..!.;.,.
5JP Uhb Capitil 150,000
.JPJas and Profits, $50,000
"gene - - Oregon.
8''AUt) Sifs!M.r,, NKW YUKK,
J...S, 4LC,hJ t'1J 00 loiU.-n oountriar.
ii.r.i "'" 1 to oa will next
GEO. H. WILLIAMS.
Com t House Ci'iiliovrisv.
MII lo lie lllrl ,,
I'ull) (iuai.l, S. t, iiilK r 1
I . ,
in uinrrwi il I U'l i lll,m,..i. 11' r
n fffAKii riMiri.-r
liiurii.il i . i .
m m I Hill tt lIMUt' I itl
II W'i M.liiM
I ' "" ii n Imiittl , ,. I 1;i(.t lnJ , lf t.aliii, (iiWll fr(ii M(,(1
m i l.y llic .arii.-4 Hho r . ii.i.Uimi 1 f.tt.l Ml. r.liiv, i,i( i vi-itint; fi icmU '
pniwrutiniihli. lil,.hU,t,t ,..j,,i fri) ,'!.,,.. i
vrevuiiiiie new court lioiic tin. I lo
ri'Htore tlie puMIc Hiinrc.
The lieccHt:iry honcli iiml oilier -erarenow
b.-liij; iiiiuIh up uii, i H
few diiy the Hiii h will l liU-il willi
Clerk Jt lining.
TALK.M IS AI'I'IIKf UTKIi.
Mlm Klizibflli Saycr ntnt )
Lnulne S Midi t "h pt u t ihc
the .Mn-ici.l IKiti Is t.f
Sai tu I'm..
Ill tlieSwiU frit. iCilifi Daily Sen
line! of Sept 7, U iiiHiitiotieil mi even
iiiK of mini nivt-n nt I lie rn-liyteiiati
church of Hint city. The lending per
foriiieM weie Mis Kli. ibith 1'iitternon
Sawyernaiitl Mrs Lnuist S l.iun, Loth
of Imni were f.innerl In tU L'niver
dity of Oren'in nm-crvntory of nuwic
nt lliix pin- e.
When Mit Elizili.-th rmteiwiii
Sawyern mruck the key, and drew
from llieorcNii filch volume' of n.veel
indodifH (hut one could hardly Mi?vu
one h earn Unit there was ho inuc'i
power and charm contained therein.
I'.ut MiH Sawyers U not only a liilent-
ed Instrunientiilist; her alili:v as a
vocalint N not lem wor'hy of heaity
Cutiiinetlt. oil tiiii;lit r-y that the
Lilly iii'cex-arily loii-t l.e fur ail
vainvd, hicaue of the lact that idio Is
a profensor of music nt Lie iMiisetvatory
of music in I ml iiiiiiii ml 1st. Hut Hot.'
arc musicians w ho are Midi nien lv
mtcliauically, and others whose talent
Is a divine inspiration. Mi-.s Sawyers
lielonns to the l itter. And t'tere could
be no belli r endorser of tlds Matetneiit
thau her eh t,'iiiit delivery of Meseher
oni'ii "Abide Willi Me," and of Hie
cotitre-alto part in ti nt, inspiring duet.
"'Forever Willi the Lord," from (ion-
olld's liedt uipl ion.
There was, however, unolher nuisi-
clan of remarKable tulent, iiauieiy.
Mia Flilchei Linn, Icuding eoprwno of
Hie 1st I'reshvleiian church in rort-
laud, Oregon, The fact that Miss
Sawyers and and Mr. Linn are cisters
convince a musician that Hie Kctiius
must dwell lu the family. The lint
tneutloned l idy possesses a soprano o'
.. . . ... .... t i
au exceedingly pure ami iicxiuie tpiui-
Ity. and lier know leilga of the art as
sists her Id usi- this treat ft to such
excellent advaulogj that the longer
you lUten lo hei the more euuer you
are to hea her tiiiK I' "lll't'
Forward W.lh the Lord," and also iu
I he solo, "Ave Maria," Mis Linn had
oimortunilv to il mAav Uvr
muitnilk'ieiit vocal organ, ami sue
surely succeeded in making Use of Hie
same. That this able artist is also an
lustiumeiiltilist was fully proven in
her violin obli.ato to "Abi.lo With
Me." The M Presbyterian Church of
Portland. Oienon. is Indeed fortunate
to have in 1(8 choir such a vocalist."
The Court Howm (ustloii..
EftiKNK, Or., S t t. IO.I.s'jT.
ToTheEm ioh: The Albany Dem
ocmt volets llicsciitimi iit f Hie peo
ple of Lane ecimiy, when it says they
want a new t'-nrt hnuse. Hut they
do not want il at the price of Ihelr
1 ii...,AP ii fv co not want lo
BUCir.i ii...." .
part with their biiihrlght. that a ftw
m..o mav have a iiusoi
Tin. phHv 1101:11 is. Wl.O llol'.aietl iu
. ... .
T.nne OoUlltA IU' Hilul mi wine"
, .ii.,.. i f 1 1 i-iiv ( f l-.uuei e is
hunt, asked but no boon lu return
f,ih. lreeueroiis till: Hial a punuc
siliiare be reserved mid a courl house te
built In the CHiue. i"n t...,...it.
had a Just apprnlaiionof Ihe beauti-
f,,tn. temtiie t n.l.o ' ( inl Hi s.ino
walks, gicei liwii- ' '
tlmviHL' f.iUliUina and billglng llir'lH'
surroundings thai would suKgst to
n. ...Ind. that b.ie Is where Justice
...111 in. flUitfiiut'd.
Vf III W v... 1 - 111
Shtt'l wereiirsirliaieii.iM.-. ors,..,..
we bulldat'ioi uii.etino ow ...so
... ,. ...ru'lnna lisik IM'on ttiO
ill 1UIUIC s
I say they buiuim i c n r umu
Or will H'ey foniiiiii
and Ml 't. I'lrJt"!
your trust, je
lu-id yi ur ooin.il-
Hon ve trami'lf
I under foot a mi.cii
.....i von ncrstcutid the
"The Lord forbiddeth it
melhatlsl.ouldgive me nu.
of my Father's unto thee.
B..i,:si.-Dr II f Met
1 I M
.los-rtlmr ol ro.J dUtf'et s"
Francli hai tx-n ..i!iU-J
tlie county CJU't
s.nav Is. aai-ii. The c..i.n...sion.i. cart
KUGKNK, Oil., SATURDAY, SKPTKMliKll IS ISD7.
Muxday , s-eptemp.fi: it.
fever i- nailing in the
II' n (' il P.akcr of Walterville. was
in H i' i ity toiltiy.
II A I'opi'lo icturtiid from Cottle
Olove tills morning.
Chat Mayhew is nt Sacramento, at
W inline Ihe California State fair.
lrV W IVl.shy of Junction ar
med uj) o . today's 04 loci!.
Mi s Jciin e I'calie in now teaching
in the Pendleton public icliool.
"1 I If I fill I'loll lilili l. i.l.ni.l
J M s-ht-lly r luriml IliU incirniiii;
frOfll II tl V l i.'lit ..I It. dliull uiiriii.tri i
I.ioi d C'luiry li lt for lti,l,op Scott
Academy, Portland on today' iO:.".'.
Mrs Mr I'liupmaii, we .ire informed,
will retu.u iieie fr. mi the I'.ast next
Stephen Suited is today loading a
car itli ho s, w liicli w ill be sblped
A i' Jinbt r of loggers' liens weie tiled
against Smith & Vclulyrc lu Ihe
county clerk's olllce.
S S. need is shipping a car of hops
Fast (od y to be sold by his bro.her-
ii:-aw, Mr Weaver, of Wisconsin.
Mini (ioldsiuith, the well kuowu
drummer, arrivtd bxlay. He now has
a bull pup as 1 raveling c mpanion.
f has McClure has uciepted a posi
tion v. ith the Northern 1'acillf tail
road at Portland, as claim agent.
Henry Millir, who had trouble here
1 a few months since with Zich Moore,
pound master, is now iu Corvallis.
Harry Hristow lias returned from
Eastern Oregon, whrre he sciit the
Mrs (ico M Miller, tditor of the
Paeili Empire, is visit ng in Eugene
for a few days.
John P.etilley Iclt liiis morning for
Ceiitralii', Wash., here lie will visit
for a shoil tiuif.
Mr ai'tl Mi's S A ll'iliu reJurnetl to
Crcswtll this ufii moon after ah ovt-r-
Sunday visit her.-.
l'riiievillc Leviiw: El White and
Mack lUvis u luriied from the ISolknnp
irings on Fiiday of In-t week.
Si.j..Jr Kmeaid r.turntd this
" . . . 1 . . 0 .1 ... ..r,....
tnoitii .0 ins 11 line 111 s-iii in, "iivi
ant ''IV-'rViindny visit with his family.
ir T II Foul, prtsitling elder of the
Eugene M E district, returned, today
from the euifciei.ee meeting at lor
vallis. Miss Mini I Homey returned to bir
classes lu mi-sicat Cottage Orovcyef-
tenbiy, a Ur a lw wteks visit iu Eu-
M S Haiker hilled I wo jack rabbits
on his place Sunday. These pests bid
fair to Income numerous in t he valley
in a few years.
Miss Alice Dorris asa passenger lo
McMinnville this morning, where she
U a member i f the faculty of the IUp
A letter lin-t rictived glvts the In
formation tlu.t M L Campbt II, Ihe for
,.,..r Kiitreiu. insurance airenl, U at
Mr and Mrs O C eigler rode to Cor
vallis Saturday on bicycl-s, and re
turning Sunday, were accompai led by
Prof Charles Friidel
D Henderson u nephew of Mrs I K
Peters, arrivtd this afternoon from
.. Mi.irn ( iilifornia. and will enter
the I'nlversity of Oregon this Fall.
Hon E H Sklp.vorlh and fan lly ar
rived home Irom Iloseburg this morn
i. Mr Sklpworth was in attend
ante upon the M E conference at
Florence West: "L E Hean Informs
us that be Is only temporarily employ
ed bv the U S llsh commission at pres
ent. He was olleretl steady empioj
.neiit at the Cluckamas hutchery some
thneairo but declined It."
Hoss Mathews left this morning, in
company with Mrs W H Feiito", for
Silver Lake, via the. Mili ary route,
where he will leach this winter. M.s
Feiitou drives a heavily loaded wagon
of supplies, while Unas goes on Ills
Prinevill IU-view: Mr and Mrs I. b
I nK.,ii returned from their trip lo Eu
ueneand vicinity. They base made
arrangements forspending the winter
l Kugeiie and will start down in two
or thte weeks.
Prof and Mrs F I. Washburn and
lamilv returned 'oday from Viouina
lav wl.ero they have npent the nim
nier. Mr Washburn has been Imiklnu
Hf ertii" Intertsts of the oysters he
, t. - ..!., I. ,11. nn I foot.
tnilis.::i'lU'U in 1 u-i'iio..
Inv, a .tl report" tin in i" a u-ry
i-hiiiB ami h'-'sl by -omIIu-.h.
Ii.illy i.uar l, i-i'i
u mis r I
Pa h i v.-Sut-
tirday night at'Ut
.10 cmi i- or r.u-
met at Armory nan
and until Hie midnlgbi imur e.j.r..
themselves as i
f ,1)1 V lovers oi ine iri-
nist horeHii art can.
It Is t vole lit this
will continue in i-i
Willi l-.ugeli ..oun i"-
pie this w inter.
ninl their number id
Iv the students who
'a. II Ion I it l r m I .. i
l I. . p ...... .
' 1 1 in it
l I U
thin inorninir, utul Brcat cro.t
hiltt Uiiliiiin ll.uy'.i,Uld l.iil.iv
i11MlU M()ri or wl, lK,u ;ll ,,,
their wny hcIio. I in I.
We rHiim.t uive the . nn lliin nt
'luy' lt WUs ""l f""l''' lvl thl
On .(. I it t .1 ; ... t I 1 ............ ..
morning. Iudications point, however
to a good attendance. A nu iib. r of
prosptctive p'jpil are sllll In the hop
yard and orchards and for a mouth
the attendance w ill U daily iucreased.
Tl c opening ol the public schools,
together with the I'niversity, which
opens one week from today will give
an added life to Eugene.
A number of changes in the posi
tions of (eacbels el eletl were made
and the position inch mil occupy are
t'KMKAI. I. t il HI. Ml.
E I) Kesler, Supt ami !Mh grade.
Miss Lla Pattei-on, Mh It and Till A.
Miss Edith Hioaii 7ih H and h A.
Mrs ll.ttlo Humphrey, l.th lt and
Mrs Ktli Fisher, Mh 1! and 4th A.
MissNttlielv.es-, I h 1! and 3rd A.
Miss Jennie Mefluie, 4rt 11 ami J d
Miss Fmiia 1 1 a, '.n I It and 11.
(IKAhV Si HimiI..
E EO'lon, Prin. aiidStli grade A.
Miss Myra Noiris, ftli It ami Tilt A.
Miss Emma Wtld, 7th It and ii h A.
Miss Ernst Whitinoie. f.tli It audi
Niiss Edith Ken.s
.Mh I! and 4!li A.
Miss Laura Itrumley, Ith P. nud Jlrd '
Miss Jennie Anderson, ."ul P. ai d
Mrs Ollie Slayton, 'Jud U and I-t.
All Awlttl Acelilt'iit.
Condon Cilobe, Sept 10th: "Mr L L
Shelly, of MayvUlc, is lying at, the
point of dentil at the Khi'n hurl hotel
In Condon, the result of an accident be
met with at Charley Fix's new bam
Tuesday evening. His said thai bi
got down from his wagon and diove the
team under the shed, and in doing so
he was caught between the builtling
and wagon lu soino way and could not
stop the team in tune t save himself
from being veiy badly Injured. Ir
Hogan Is doinr all In his power to save
the unfortunate man's life, but the
chances are strongly pgalnst him, as
we are informed that his limbis are
paralyzed, and he has prepared for
death if it should come. 11 H Hen
dricks was called in Wednesday morn
ing and Mr Shelly made his w ill, l liv
ing his estate to Ids father, John
Shelly, who n sides in Lane county.
'Mr Shelly died Wednesday night
about 10 30 o'clock. The remains wi'l
betaken to May villo and the fiimral
will take place this (Thursday I after
noon about 4 o'clock, after which the
burial w ill take pluce in MayvlH cem
Johu Shelly Is a nspectcd citini ot
Dally l.uanl Heliti'iiiUr II.
Fuskkal. The funeral of the lule
John Illume occurred at Pleasant 1 1 ill
cemetery yesterday afternoon. The
deceast d was (il years and 1 moid h of
age. The funeral sermon was preached
by Itev H U Callison. A delegation of
20 comrades from J W Cieary Post of
this city conducted the services at the
grave according (otheOA K ritual.
The funeral procession was over one
half mile long.
After the funeral tho citizens of thai
j lace extended all courtesies to the
veterans present. Among th"se whom
we kindly remember are Mrs K J
Hemphill and Comrades Ji.o Wibon
and J T Martin.
TWO MoltK INS1RT'THS IlKltK.
Professors KUO hehmldt and A Lach
man, nenly-eleeU-d memU-rs of the
University of Oregon laculty, have ar
rived to take up their work In the
school. Professor Schmidt was elected
to take the chair of modern langtioges,
and comes from John Hopkins Univer
sity, Ilaltlmore. lVfe-soi Laci.man
tskes Ihe chair of cheuii-try made, va
cant by Hie death of E'lgr M-( lure.
He Is a graduate of il-rkeley, Califor
nia, (he University of Munich, (ier
many, and the University of M c ii
gari. FujlbMii.i. Pun it AsKi. FioreM e
Wi.t: "('has II Davbl Informed us a
few days ago that he has purchased n
flour mill of Mr P P Pal""-' t Hcott
i it. will at once commence Ihe
U U I ft m mv -
worK of moving the machinery lo his
site on the Siuslaw and excels to be
ready lo g'lnd Ibis fall We are glad
to learn of Ibis addition to our man
ufacturing industries of the valley a
the settlers who wish to do so can raise
tha wheat and have it made into Hour
fcr their own ue."
pit-day. .-i i'i i:mi'.i.k ii
w n .i. ii .i . i
i) I In :iv to t 'Ii
oil II Visit. I
I Inn I'.'U' r I I'-rinriMi I !- It i: I i i
.1 C IVKi r, t
, Mr-t J V i
iiV in tl.f city
Mr i' r. i
i ity rt!i il:iy
11 I' l'ii. ti.
in mi i. v. n in I'll- I
m y, oi
Vl'-llil'l' III tin
fi-ht in lOv-'i'.'
I It my I.:in, 0
us in ll.o city I
Ml-H 1. ' f II I
" 1 1 y
I.H..I ,!l ui'i:i
1. lui In tl to l.t
fri'in a is. i nt I "I t :i t. . Ui.ive.
Hull .1 1 l l !.'. ellt to rie.-tlll
Hill III s alien. ..on i n a slu it i-it.
Mr and Mis H S Unwind. . I Poll
hind, airivid Upon tt'tliiy's L' Hi lon l.
I'r. sidctit Clui mail bus been m 1 1 i ia,
II pnrtiiMI of Lis g. mils to second lilllltl
Ilairt Kiein y ai il Sum 1 laud-abcr,
ol Jasper, ale atteiiiling our pllltlic
Mi- Maiian bite 11'. for Mmi
llioiith Hits n. i rt.ing to attend the inr-
'11 II I SI'lllNll.
Mi-s U l i e. a Urines It ft for t'or al
ii today to n sum In r slielles al the
Major I. 1 Follest, of l.eiblllg, was
doing bu in s iu t lie city Iml.iy. He
Is now a li L'ular fal nu i'.
Mr Oveitoii, of I. it'll foiinty, ha
inovetl lo Eugene. A pal t of hi fam
ily will attend tho I' ol .
Mr 1 W Cool id go mitt children re
turned today fmni an outing at New
pint ami point In 'b- valley.
The moving of the old court house
Is rogtising favoii.l.'.y. U ha been
moved lo the e.xtieine limit east.
Ctitiinilinati I'. K Henderson
Iciiliipauied by (! W li'iapp, left this
inoini-'g l'"i' bis Fa-tern Oregon
The VctieK.l'le :Tilt.
deiMMl, bound for St
the Elia An
siii'i osetl to have
ft.tiii'lt ud, is Mifc at
in.l ti Har'.nr.
W C Yoraii is doing l I'oilolial wolk
lor the ll"gi(er today during the b
seiit e of City Editor IMward', wlm Is
in thee untiy.
P N I.aiid rituiiud lioin Poll;
county last evening and leporis s.eu.g
a great deal of grain in the slunk in...
some not cut yet.
r.d. ii Wo.ilev, of F.iiriu hi it, ac
cepted a po-it iii a clerk lu II i
ler's l.ookstor.-i and si irle I in "
new position this morriii.
p.essio Kiiikln. Ih- p.cing lidy.
took second liioney at the 'ald-i iru
slate fair again "' ' "' '-''' 1 1
race was won in 2:1 1
linker City It .ti t ! c. i. : Mr W llylc
Stalkei, 1 1 vi'
It tal V to I'ltsltlel.l
is a gi: -
i r Un-
I t Ell-el e.
I) Street' .i 1
I m's o erl .lid (lam.
sev-ral f.unis in L ue
A team hi I miting 1
t i k a epiii fr ni il ' i
niioii today. M"' I'
1,,1 on. The lean'
it'll I. Il-, i (
le oil this flt -1 11
Mr Slllit-' I l.s
i Ninth Clii'slliel
ti:iieiy 1 ry r " til
.i ! , us I adl.v
e.int reanil at
Vis Nettie bit ins wild Al
hany on today' IU:'-' l"rl ' H"' '
one of Ihe le do I In lb- publics' !' '"!
ofthatclly, lor du'b ' "mm'"' 1 "K
'll,.. M 1' eonloieiiei- Hi
i.... ... I '..I mill lias Missed
olulloi.s 111 fav-.r "I tl
. i o 1 1 si ! 1. 1 a ' I' Ul
i-ily I. lo I Ihe
itintnl at Si-
of the Forll and I "iv
vvilliiiiii-ttc I'nivi r ity
li.ni. The 1 e l' I'"'
lil lie llete: mlo en
in a few in o.'..-
The P..tll.i'. 'I T. !'-""'" has this
about a foi"" r Eun i ' I a-l"i: Al H"
l.-irsl Itlllilist i bur. h. Pi v II I. H
man, priMdciit or tl
college, Wi'l i r '
Claude It-i' "t'-aii, I.
cation for his In is ! It
has so pit a-' d the "" !
fuitliful and fn i . fn'
gosHl liuth that ll
him I" ni ly H e "
pastor's ni " i "
! . pli-ce o! K'-V
ii Inking a vi'.
it f 1 1 ion by i 1-
i. ...eiil, it loll of
t V I'llVi- t ail. l
I it i.iiiif' tin-I-'
e I ire
llU I '
si. . In n s
f.ltl 1" .1 Ii I".
II I! "II
fill, rlt .ur''.
1 r ll.. .'
.! . . in. I
Ml. I III
1' 1 '"
..... ..1 .
.. i . '
. 1 Ll
: -.1 I,.- I
-.. -I I"
it .'i )'
-..!,-. I I i-.-'i-
. I l.! l-o.r u 1 lK ' '.I.""'"
i.l Il iinii It ! I '1 -trill . ..
n.i ul On.- ti' k, sil l li-' I'I'"
Ii. ,ui. II' . ' ii' rati 'I
i.l ii., nllli tt.t-t-I' .-I'tl'il'-I
-.-! it i.i t" i. it. 1 1-1 idi" "' n
A I 11 4 S -' S I
Oli'l li-.' tl'Jl''.
Mr I'.a I " "a t!
out ("r lii" 11
fT.-r, si. 1 .
iMirt: "1 u '
pl (i I I! A I.M. D ah r now iredict
UiutOrv-i'ii will ni't have our PI," 0
U',..f b' l-. D was e-limaud eaily
lu thei-' i'S'.u that sin- woul I harvst
lniviT:il' of Orcgiiu aii'! En-
III KpfPtl I, III till I
iiiiiirovctiicuti ordered nt
I niM-isity ofilieg-tii by the executive
i I'liiulltee to be mailt' under Ills
iliii . t ion of Prof Charles Frledel are
Is it.g rapidly pushed forward. They
w ill imt b. I'l'iiipleletl by the opening
ot the school, Monday next, and prob
ably will not la by Oct I, yet the work
ill not drag, and a force of hands
w ill be employed steadily Until the
linpl'ivi nieiits au all complete.
I In luildir.g ol solid rock and ce
ment inundation for engines, umps
and ily iniiuos is now occupying the at
I'litinii of the force) employed at the
gymnasium basement. The ditches
for the main iron the pumps to tlie
t nksat iVady Hall are completed.
The library has already been moved
In Collier Hall, ami will le
ready for use as soon a the shelves are
plated lu position, which will be lu a
Tim building a-signed lo Prolemor
McAlisler for the mathematical and
iislrminmii-al department is If leg
iiiade lea. ly f..r use. The north room
of the tint. Iloor will be a recitation
room, (ne south room will coiitalu the
surveym' 11. -Id Instruments, ami au
addition w ill In- built on the wes for
the lei' scopes and astronomical clock
of thi'ohseivatory. The upper Iloor
will biuisid for (he draughting de
partment. Si -ver.il new sidewalks around the
grounds lire also being built, and the
tin h on the campus aie Is-lnj trimmed,
leaking a decided improvement ill ap
M VIM IV M'llOOl..
The Divinity school building is pro
gressing rapidly also. The lathers are
al work, Ihe building enclosed and
roof on, the lloors are being laid, aid
window casings put in. The wires for
the electric lights are also being placed
i posit inn in the manner now reiplir-
1 ' y insurance companies
ll i I ,ie heing deadened, which
uiii l.e 1 1 in vautimc. A numler oi
stud, nt li lnn-i. arrived early are
iiidii-til uisly laboring on Ihe new
l.iiiliiiiig and lake a good deal of pride
in ihe t u t that they are assisting in
ll. II. MIMSTI-I S APPOINIKH.
( ni.vAi.i.is, Sepl lll-At Ihls fore
noon's closing session of Hie M E coll
ier, nee, In Id ill Ihls place, Ihe follow
ing n Iiitmciits were made for
HA I.I- M 1USI KKT.
I'r. sid ng Eh'er-J Parsons, Salem.
Ilrou iilile-J M Shulse.
Dalliis- 11 (iolllll.
Coi vnlils- Isiiao Peart.
D..y tmi-S I. l.e.
Ilnl.ty and I larr'sburg -L T Hel-
Iliil bind -i E Crandnll.
Ji iK i-t'ii and Hum. a Vista A Ker
shaw. Lebanon -H H Ellworthy.
McMinnville-1) T Sumniervllle.
ii c-ti City -II Obeig.
Sab III O W Ullinills.
South Salem-T F Koyal.
Slu this - W H Moore.
Sheridan -J Tonkins.
Sih U i.nd Toledu-W 11 Meyets.
s-ilvi rt'in- 11 O Alklns 'ii.
Wont ll.iirn- C O Harmon.
Dull peiiileiice-W M Walls.
Liiicolii - J M Turiu-y.
Albany-- M C Wire.
Amity -E F Zimmerman.
Cnnby Lew Davie.
I-i,l s t iiy-E K Home.
Jui ciloii-H M Hound'.
l-.ilKi-lir-" J T Abbelt.
Moiiroe-O F Hounds.
It. -h burg-T L Mooer.
Piemlliig El.ltr-T HFord.
, i, Mag. (Jrove-M O llrllik.
Cresviell-lt M Corner.
I D Dtivr, lecturer on Ihe lgy,
Wiil line:;- l.'lilveislty.
i.e I J liinr.l, I'I' llilr I '
.f ll I. I.'l. .'a
l l,f ,.',t lie .il.ll i i.e-.ui". -
Co i :.ny'.i ollie- today 77 cent Is I lie
exir in-'l.i.'.h p i'" t'lb'ied for wheal.
It i'. hill. -I'lllim I reported howe er.
A I ny n'iaiitity of gruin coiitlniii I"
lie I eight pi dally.
'.i y ini.ti'l , -t-ineui-s-r i ..
1 1 1 1, l.s 11 1. l.S KUNNIKU.-O P H"fl',
of Iiii.g,liiCi'rmsns that every thresli
or on Ihe prairie was running yister-
wild one execution. SeV. rul day
wot'k still remain for the machine In
DIM', At the ho'iiii of her partnU
Mr and Mr Oreen Zumwali, Char
Lake Sept 11, lM)., Dora Z Kuwait,
Bg. I year, of consumption of the
oimiU. Thofuneral occurred today,
Il-v Nebb. of Irving omclallng.
l Simmon-; Liven Rpgulator dont
f.ng.-t to t.tls it. 1 he l iver gets tlu(fill
Jutui; I'.i; WintiT, just like all nature,
an 1 lit: svst.-::i Kvctiu-i ihokej up by
th .Vvutn.il.it.-d iv.i-1.', whkh brings on
Ma' mi. Icwr mil Ague and Khtuma
tis.n. V a ant 1 1 wake up your Liver
li.iw. t- I" you take SIMMONS
LlVt K !.: I. I .rot to do It. It also
regul.it.' i tli. Liver keep it properly at
wnrk, w lie. i y. .ur system will be free from
ptiivn a:iJ t!i v.-!i ! body invignrated.
your svMem 1 1 I i Al condition, and that
w ill only l-e u lici the Liver is kept active.
Trv a l iver li-mrJy onte and note the
diitVniKf. Hut take only SIMMONS
LlMK KFOl'LATOR It Is SIMMONS
livii! ktotiLAroR which makes the
ditteren. r. Take it in pow der c In liquid
alrcaJv prepared, or make a lea Jf the
rx'wJcr; but t.ikeSl MMONS LlVEK REGU
LATOK. You'll linJ Ihe RfcD L on every
pitk.ige. Look for It
J. IL Zcillu A Vo lliUadelphU, Paw
Ihe I'siial Amount of BtndQesf Trsat
sacted by the City pads.
Council met at chambers In regular
session last evening Present: Mayor
Ktiykemlall, Couucilmen CI ray, Horn,
Luckey, Henderson, Day.
Minutes of Aug 9 read and approved.
The Una nee committee reported
favorably on the usual number of bills
which were allowed and ordered paid.
The bill of It M Day for superintend
ing the construction of aewera waa re
f-rnd back to the council. On mo
tion the bill was allowed and ordered
Ordinance assessing the cost of Pearl
street sewer to tho owners of property
long the line of said sewer read third
time and passed.
Ordinance n-istsslng the coat of South
Park sewer to ow ners of property read
three times and passe).
Street committee filed monthly re
port of work done. Ordered filed.
Street committee ordered lo adver
Use for bids 100,000 feet of lumber for
street and alley crossing.
Councilman Luckey waa appointed
chairman pro tcm of the street com
mittee dining the absence otjChalrruan
Councilman Day from tha com
mittee on fire and water reported tha
cost of tiling the slough through tha
Dunn property to be $103 for tillnf
and abor. Committee ordered to
place said tiling In.
Petition from Union U E asking city
council (o give financial assistance to a
public reading room referred to judi
The usual n urn tier of bill were re
ferred to finance committee.
Statkh WKt.i.-Hlllsbore Indepead
cut: "A paragraph In a rortlana pa
m r stales that the Oregon boyi who
are lo go East lu college have char
tered a car and will go somewhat
cheaper Dial way. The Independent
did not reall.o before that so many
boys expect lo goto Easteru colleges
for Ihelr education. The boys arc
making a great mistake wheu they
leave the Oregon aehooU. There are
some advantages that one school has
over another but the difference met
willi lu graduates depends more on tba
boy. When a young man goes to an
Eastirn college ami stays four or five
year, he comes back a stranger,
whereas the graduate of the Oregon
college has acquaintances In every part
of the stale among the young men wbo
aie to be in charge of the politics and
business Interests of the common
wealth. The advantages ol a better
training school are more than lost Id
this lack of acquaintance among tha
young men of the stale."
Dam auk Allowed. The Lana
. . . ...
county commissioners uourv maue tuw
following order Saturday. In tha mat
ter of damages to James L Brown,
deceased-. At this lime comes Wni F
Maitln, administrator of the estate of
the said James L llrown, deceased,
and applies for damages ID SUCD
amount a deemed Just by tha rourt to
the belts of James I. llrown, deceased,
vlio met hi death by a fall from tha
ptiiillc road at what is known as "Til
den Hock'' on Siuslaw wagou road; It
Is then fore ordered by Ihe ooun that
tinning slu ihe amount ol H5 be al
lowed I., said Win F Martin, adtuln
Isiuit.ir of nild estate and clerk or
dered to iDaw warrant for the same.
I'.lly i.uard, SeplemborM.
HiiliMM Kli.l.KK A horse, with
liBrmss on, ci.ii.-id soma exclla
neiit t hi Mieri.ii n by running
thrmuh Will iiiit-uw alreet. lt was
bleeding 'I'M - ""lly- U f
railioid i . ar I"- depot turn table,
where a spn-'iil daln came
Liiiiij ill aulmal. It
brt'ongeit I., a Punier and got loose
fioiu the e-urt Inuis l-Uclilng rack. It
riii mi" a biu'i wue fence near tfca
Wt.iuii-) lesideu.-e and lUt Up
unlmal U-loiigedtoJ Wffhomaa.