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EUGENL, OH., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1896
FILES ERR PROTEST
Spain Aci-jit Hie CmtfNMei III-The GtNfil Committre Held 1 s Fbt l! of 0 Yicoiioos on the Gridiron
It II Scrngitin-.v. K' II
L H Ooodrleh
K II tSaniler
H i; Bdwardt
jo- that will make tliein move.
EY MUST G0
,L NEW GOODS.
A II noittMM v Ol OBJBOTIONI
Madrid, Dec 11. T.ie government
mIi iy approves ,iic Bcmofiadain i f
protest sgmiiM the action nf the (Jotted
1 Hales commissioners, tiled liy Seuur
I Mnntero Riot, ol Pari.
The me iiniaud im protwtl against
the refu-.nl uf tin- Americans to stirrc n
dff the aroorittaa deposited in the
lroautle of Cuba and Porto Rtao by
private Spaniards, reuuikihg lint,
"never ,has h civilized nation cm.
mlttad mob an aci nf violence."
Sccoudly. It pmtents agaiut the
ultimatum demanding the Philippine!
I i ninny. it prnre- agam-l tin- po
sition in which those Spaniards are
placid who tleMrve lo reuiuin in Cuba
Four l lily It protest against the
ri'len lire lo the destruction of the
Netting list Night
PMKMaiNAWl wnHHiH rMNM
tuny Ootid, l
m i i miiii i t v on i.
of () Ss O A CO ihl score l, IIh
The general committee on Clui-tuis i,r ,iv n. Dm r one of the efaalasa
donations bald Ita II rat meet line last fubtll ooatatta ever witnessed in
uight iii ti.e M K rhnr. il points. ori.K Tu. victory for the lemon I
Seveni.en lilt, rent io,etlts were repre w,s as fair as It was eomple.c, as hrll-
i . l w I
a It waa surprising. Certainly
commit ii es, to
i! eir reapectlvf
number of X.
Tbaganwal plan ol the work wm
ow lined, mid a itoond meat log aal for
next Saturday aftornooo at tiirre
o'clock at the M K ohu ell.
Ollleers uf (he column tee were
chosen as follows: Chairman, K D
Itesnler; Vice Chairman, Mrs T W
Harris; Secy, li w Rowland; Treas
urer, liev J T Ahbell
The blanks for InforuiaUoD concem
log the Uedy families will he aelit out
Maine in rresideiit MeKlnley's i nea- tomorrow through the tonool ohlldran.
EEKLY EUGENE GUARD.
ImPBELL BROS., Publishers
Baal lid ot Willamette -trc, t, bt
. u Scvntli ami Kightli -to et
Tl'.liMS OF SUBSCltli'Tli'N.
iMolltllH M ,
THE STEAMEB LOELLA
Florence limit Boat M&kn Her
sate to cnngiess. On Ibis point the
' memorandum says:
"Spain has proposed arbitration,
, but the United Sate haa refused to
give her the right which la granted to
a criminal; namely, the right of de
I landing herself. The t'puuish oom
J niissloneis leave the cure of fixing I lie
responsibility for toe explosion to the
entire World, which will aay whether
thoae are lespo'isihle who desire the
1 rut.li, or Hi ne refudiii to seek it."
GENERAL GABCIA'S FDNEBAL
Irrti : ' ites made known M appUoatloll
i lies, letters to 1 nr. t. U AIU,
ita, Chains, J
p:m ids prom pair none.
ill w.rk warranted.
W BR iWN, If, D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKUr.oN.
I ; -t lira Id Cliris'iian Hhiek.
lour-: '.' In 11 a m; 1J to -', n n '' v m.
A ITORNKY AT LAW.
One-half block sonth f Owkmaa
, J a ALTon aaaaiiai
rALT0N 4 MAKKLEY,
f in all the court of the state.
In W niton Ulock.
v i i. ni.i r iiii.o
Itaeaaei Wet, ico. 9.
Tlie Luells, '.he atatinch aejaal
huilt here this summer leave this
morning on bar flret trip to Ban Fran:
ciscn. Them the neceasnry hoilera and
machinery will he placed in her and
'she will te titled upas a steamer.
The Roberta will t.iw her to Cooe
hay when ahe will lie taken I. . charge
' by a larger tu;.' and lowed to San Fran-
Prei arationa for her departure have
been pushed uh fast as possible, thecar-
penteiH having just llnisheil their work
last evening, HioukIi loading the ves
sel wan enmmeuee I nearly a week
Her cargo is probably the most valu
able one eer taken out of the Hluslaw.
It !onsiHt8 of 53.000 caaea
salmon, about 70 hairela salt aaliuon,
I860 boxes Of apples, several cases of
merchandise and a quantity of hides.
Supt Kessler muds the following
Kugelie, (irtgoli, Dec 1J, lSils.
To l it K PCBUOt- Following the time
honored custom of the public schools
of Bngene, we invite all Kodn-pomd to
uni e with us In our seventh annual
Christmas donation to the lie dy slid
di -t iving of our city.
Twenty live organizations have bu n
invited by letter to join in this beiievo
lelice, ami every one who is Interested
Is u-ked to assist regardless of count c
lion w ith any or none ofthctu. An
ellorl was made to act into c iiimuiii
calli n with all the diltcnut tocielles
represented in Kugeue, ant if a ly
' have been omitted it was uniutciltiou-
11!, The Dolphin ' al. If there should Ik such, we ask 1
111 ' navy as the that they 111 kindly pardon the over
will be designated by
vessel to carry the remains ol (iarcia lo sight and send committees to the inert-
annonnoed In the Daily
Cuba. She is now lying at I be usli
ingtou navy yard.
The luneral of (iarcia wilMtie held
tomorrow morning at St I'atrick's
church, this ci'y The body will be
placed ill a metallic casket and de.
poaltl d in a vault at
ing removal to Cub i
N A HON Ah
Supplies ol food and clothing are to
be Oolledtad 00 Wednesday and Tburs
day, DM il and M, at the Central
school building. Those who have
may send by them
whatever they de
A rlin k ton , pendohlldre i In lehooi
to 1 1 . her building
more than Iwo-tlilrds of the 1000 (
pie that gtbNd about the arena
Saturday afternisin exM-clel to BB)
I' i f () ill fetcd It was hel ieved i hat
the hayseed eleven would present a1
lit e as formidable to V of t) as a
granite wall, while the heavy welghta
of the college renter were counted on
tobruah 1' Of 01 lorwarda a-ldeat
will when the offeoalrt play demanded
it. It was expected that the swift
runners behind ( A C's line would
circle fj of It's ends, while til hitter's
hacks were not looked upon as likely
to pass lluxtoii and Mcllrlde. Hut the
hayseed generals had reekoueil with
out the vl-llors. The game of a week
ago had apnan nlly been but a splendid
training for the Fugene men, as they
deiBOnitl ated t l)-l r superiority at every
The team work of the 'varsity men
was perfect and their interference was
solid and hard to break.
Bishop, the left ha'f-hack, probably
placed more yardage to his credit than
did any other man on the team. Hit
M yard run in the llrst half was t lie
chief feature ol the game and he
seemed lo be able to buck O A 01 line
and run her ends at w III.
Starr, the right half, although he
made few long runs, was a SOro ground
gainer and made several long gains
through Miles riillllps. the man upon
whom Curvallia had based her strong
lempletoo al full-hack, played hie
usual steady game and never lailed lo
gain through the Corvallis line.
l . . I 1. u i. ml ulur u-nu i. in .1 .
HI HHMWH niin, . .......
headed and sure and cxclcisud splendid !
ludaBM nt III rillilling the team. He
The I" of ( team It-It Corvallis on i
special train at I o'clock Saturday
evening. The OorffJIll folks knew
that they were In town, as varlou
yells were given with a vim.
The best of feeling stcninl to d vai
Isith during and after the came, but
the cruel yell of 'Chemnw s' NSBSI d In
provoke some Corvalllslii a Nevertlie
less tiny tiaik it in good faith, and a
great many friendly jokis' were fS
changed at the station
When the I' of o tuiiii renebed I
gene on the 1 1 :'JS ovi rlaml, tliey were
given rousing. reception by the stu
dents and Irteiuls, after which the
team, mist rubta-rs, co eds ami all
repaired l the ltaio,uel, u here an
oyster supper was served BpSSjOheS
were made by ('apt Smilli, Kuyki n
dall, Whlllleey, and otheis, and Bill (
three cheers for each mssabsi of the
team, three foi llrysou, three for Simp
sou and llirec for the girls, the merry
party broke up.
Spe iking of the game, Captain F.lglll
said: 'While I am not pleased with
the result, I am satisfied with the
clean, manly game. K Hi ofBelaJe
were from l'.ugcne, but I bey were all
and Impartial lit their decisions. I
think Wilson Is one of the best men I
ever saw. He is certainly the best m ill
I ever went up again.-t rinl lias Im
proved wonderfully since last year,
l '.ugcne w on I cause she had a ta ller
team and out played ua at BVOfJ
The ( A C students claim Unit BM
tiers In a bona lido student. Although
he was registered only a few days ago,
I hey say that he intends to attend the
(I Al! for four years. Whether he
will or not remains to Ihi een.
The average wt Ight of each eleven
was about I'M) siuiids.
sue to oontrtoaie. woecs may m iiveri played ,,. ,,. ttlllL, Wtbout a funis
lo ids i enirai uuiniiiig ieunesoay
p m. or Thursday a m. If it is not
Will Meal in Portland Oregon
. , m .
rini: i urohatM the oflice anil nxiures
late deceased W V Hemterson, i am
w i i-ivirod to do anvthinu in the line uf
ntistrv in the above said office.
Il'r n sad bridge work a specialty.
HtA.NTTE AND MAHllld! WORKS'
di'sl.'iis anu new prices in Foreign and
tii Marble and Cranite, MoBomeBtl
ta l-tones and Cemetery work of all kuul
The oommlttee appointed by Mayor
Mason, of Portland, a few days ago to
of canned arrut.ge for entertaining the members
of the National Kditorlal Association,
which meets in Portland mx' summer,
is to hold s Joint meetlug to dght in
the Clumber of Commerce looms.
When a man dies now daya (he llrst j It is the purpose i"i,,,.i,.,
Iblngthcyaskis, was he Insured and one from the Chamber of Commerce,
lor how much? The papers usually and the other composed of repreasu a
wind up the obituary notice will, the live cities, lo inaugurate plans for
am,lU11 of insurance. Boon tb. obltU- enl.rU.nl0f tb. editors In a manner
arynoticow.,1 reads -thing like lha, wiliia tpse anye or .na o bj
Peter Jones died and leu a wne aoj i"v -
Chll.lr.li. Loss full covered oeiore.
Or If the deceased Is not Here Is wuai a geuueimiH ...... a -
al.mil ns fol 1WS: I'orllallll, Willi mis Bl.eo -j
insured it will read
John Smith Is dead. He leaves a w Ife.
Total loss, no Insurance.
oonvenlsnl to deliver in person, pleats
send by some pupil, or notify any
teacher, and airaiiKemeii'.s will he
made to - end to the house.
Any kiutl of clothing not worn-out,
and any kind of loud not perishable for
two or three days, and money OOnUl
buttons, will he most acceptable.
Green ami canned fruit ami vegetables,
groceries, Hour etc can be used to ex
cellent advantage. A number of so
cieties and private individuals guvo
money hist year so that the committee
was able to equalize the donation by
Forty one families were assisted last
CbrlltmBJ anil each one received a
sack of Soar, III addition to a generous
supply of apples, potatoes and grootritti
In order to assist In the dletribuMoD,
will the person who receives this,
kindly 111! out the blank on It ther
fits CATHERINE L BOHLBKFj M D
fDinine-tof Women and Children
fMa9ae and Electricity.
k--Shelton Blocs, opposite (Juard "Ifiee
lid ud Cash Capital. $50,000
ipplus and Profits, $50,000
i.KNERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Dune on reasonable terms. '"
i- n Chicago, Sn Francisco and 1 ort-
0 ol exchanga told on foreign osaatrttj.
oaitt rtoelved tubject t chtck or certm
til rV.lectinn. entnwted to M wiU receive
i r -i ient.
Loan iii Savings Bank
Of Eugene, Oregon'
CAPITAL paid ip, $50,000
W. E BROWS Preildent.
B 0 PAISE. Vice Prtildml.
F. . OSBURK. Ctlhltr.
W W. BKOWN. Alt t Ctthltr
advertising considerable ttmugin,
thinks about tills matter:
"The cllisens of Portland might
apeuii 116,000 slid It would not pur
chase the amount of space in thead
verttaiug columns 6f the papers of the
East that this gathering "f editors
from all over the cojutry will give us.
The space we get from them will not
be in the advertising columns, either,
but In choicest position, with reading
matter above ami helow and on either
"In addition lo this, many articles
written about Portland ami the coast
will lie copied all over the Fast, and
there is really no way of e-limnting
i ..... ..no i.ei nut of this gather-
llieg's.". w w ii n-
iug ol scribes, il we only handle them
side as fully as possible with the nanus O A C team where U
ot anv persons known to he in distress gain at will, although
and who would receive assistance,
pit use lend this Information at onoe to
Let all citi.eiia. take su active In
I tereet not only In providing material,
l ut llso In looking up those in need.
at'd let us help to make liapp-iu let uni
versal In Kugene.
F. D RKS8L.KB,
Supt Public Sellouts
THI BRABTOl CASB.
Hill or Bzotptloni to He Settled
Ju lge ilainlltoo.
f w 03BURN B D PAINE,
DA PAINE- J F ROBINSON
ill the proper way. ra.iiv (Mart, Dss n
"While few of them have tssen to Attorney W C Hale weot to Rote
the Pacific cosst, neirly all of them ,urg today uktog With him the bill
bare been about, and know good treat 1 0f tSMptoni in the ( laud Braoton
mant. some of them go lo the meet- j (1RM, ,,re,mr,., by his attoroeya.
I log of the National AssiH.iat ion every . t ItMttelpaKd by ItranUui'a attor
I hit. and are accustomed to beii.geu- ,- (hlH be ho sell led by
'tertalne lon a graod scale; therefore, ju,Ke Ilaiulltoti thni an appeal can be
braiw lesaed as Ike PttadpsJ rtMas er as , Portland to do is to
At anv late every tllort laissi.
... ... ... 1 bl . XI HI uVf IIIUIluvi Llir - I --T
uniieu "'"-'-"".-,- - . - ... . ,,i t ,ev .. . j..
elllertulll inem nie win t MWi hi
ustomed to liercioiore : e,lft,eei.
W E BROWN
J B HARRIS
A QeSlrl IIiiiikHig Hiialin"""
TrausiHi leil on Fnorlle Terina
.... i.. .ii r..r..ltfn eoanlrlell
SgaTrSW o. raksstts
Uectloni receive our prompt tltenllon.
have their cllaiit's
NEW LOT OF IMPROVED
RecelveiL We recommend them
a m - nv ar
LAKE COUNTY BANK
Ctlabl.sbca in IHS.
i. Kit A NM ASnOCIATlOV
Dm Did Soldiers of l.ane County Are
af. ' .
W V W J
General anking'.business in all branches
.transacted on favorable terms.
i n HOVF.Y. President!
. st' luiiiMs Caahier I Uat-tbewoaaSf-wi
j. M. AHH-y1 ,R rGsit Caabie, rng ah dmc
A i ' I ' A ' '.ited Booklet at
haven t been bit
"We have a country and a climate
out here that will he a revelation to
many of them, and we have a city thai
can put on a good bit of airs when ebe
h. so minded, and there haa not been
such au opportunity offered her In this
way before In many years. MUf rjeart iwe U
There are houdreds of eyes in the , he old h0dle's of Cane county, are
Kast that eagerly read everything Hoy ,oU),Dg . niw.,IIK Rl ti. II A K Hall,
ee about the W. st, and within too q pMy f(jf jlrKwe 0f orgsnl.
I next few years thousands of people are Lg( cnJll,y Veterans Keuiih-u
I coming out this way, snd Il ls to be Awooi,un 'n,B object of thU aaso
hoped that the committees having this , ctoUon ( glve a r.uon of three or
matter In charge wlil arrange for the duration each summer,
reception of the editors on a scale: this meeting was Issued
, which will be worthy of theoccaiion. tbout mouth slnoe, and Orand
. . ........ Army men are present from all parts
Ml loaori if' " "
Captain Smith, at tackle, although
he was pltteil against the reuownetl
Phllilpa, nlayed a strong hard game
mid was always out on Interference.
Jakway played ins usual good game
and when the occasion demanded It,
made holes lu the hayseed Hue,
through which the 'varsity hacks went
for continual gains
Wilson, at guard waa more than a
mat Ob for F.lgin, although the latter
nude Home brilliant plays.
Angel I kept his man out of every
play and time after time Templelon
would gain from ; to lo yards through
his posit ion.
Hidings, at center was "loo many"
for Porter, and Young and Zelgler
played up to their usual good form at
ends. Zelgler'o run In the second half
was a feature of the game.
There seemed to be no (mints In the
of O could not
was the place where the fewest gains
were made. Mcllride, although a
little fellow goes under a play lu the
old Coh man style.
RtO bOfl Handera, the Chemawa full
back, who played with the college
learn didn't show up as exiected.
Tliree times he ran up against U of O s
line and "quit business" right away as
the line waa too strong for him.
Elgin, ai guard, played a good clean
game and made aome clever tackles, aa
did Philips, the left tackle.
Edwards played safety full
and was the man who usually
brought I! of O's runners to
the ground. Tho hsll was only In the
(I A (" itfiaseHsloli twice during the
gau o; once In the llrst halt, when
lluxtoii gather d In a fumble, and
again in the second half, when Phil
lips caught IfeUlanaban'i kick off,
lloth times It was lost on downs. The
fliO bova nlaycd clean, hard ball,
lint were clearly out classed.
The game was free from slugging,
and as a score of deputy sheriffs were
present, there were do disgraceful
rows, such as.scurred two years sgo.
The O A (' hoys feel the humiliation of
dtleat, yet accept It manfully.
TbOodMaJa wereU M Young and
D V Kuykendall of Kugene. They
gave genersl sstlsfatitlon. llobi
John-oil of Coivallls, and H F Allen
r,f NewU-rg, were linesmen
Touchdowns were scored aa follows:
Templelon a, lilshop 8, Hmlth 1; goslt,
Mc liiiahao I, Time, llrst half,
minute. Htoond half, 2.'. minutes.
With the view of sending each one
of Co C boys at Manila a copy of the
New Years Oregonlan, a gentlemen id
this city wrote Mr II 1, PittOtk of the
Oregonlan lo ascertain the ion', of the
same, ills reply was as follows:
Mil , Kugene, Oregon:
DkakHik: The Oregoniaii will not
forget the boys. I am sending 60
copies to Col Summers and Major
dauteiilwlu to he distributed among
the dlllerent companies of the regi
ment as the contribution of the Orego
nlan, ami at least the same number of
the special edition will be sent than.
Do you think It necessary to send
more? I am yours truly,
H L Pillock.
Murder in Hie IHrst Degree.
Dallas, Or, Deo llv-Tday a. in
o'clock the ury In the Magers ease
brought in a verdict nf murdc r In the
llrst degree. This was a surprise to
everybody, even to the prosecution.
A motion for a new trial will be
made, and, if refused, n bill of excep
tions will ho tiled, ami the case taken
to Hie supreme court, lu the hope of
leverslug some of Judge Burnett's tie
clsiciisoi. vital points In the evidence.
The prisoner did mil show the least
sign of interest In the verdict. Ills
hands wore steady ami his counten
ance never changed. Ho walked out
of the court riMim to the Jail, 100 yards
away, without any sign of excitement.
i ii . n . . i .
. twperi ui usi nigiu rrwM
OM V HOI MM III SIM. SI.
Pally nuard Pee tt
A l. gular meeting of the City Couu
cil Was bald last e vening.
P it, OouDfltlman Plaber, Honey,
Otbum, l.uckey and Horn ; al sent,
Mayor Kuykendall and Cotiu.lluian
ll i lies.
I raaldaul flaaai oalVad lbs meeting
Minutes of Noveiubt r meeting read
an i aporoved,
Finance committee reported favora
bl n a number of bills and they were
ObairmM Luakay read mouthiy
restt of street committee ami It waa
Ordered tiled. It showed that -40 feet
of new luinla r hud la eii Usui during
the mouth hauls of gravel hauled I),
days worked by prisoners, 10.
Councilman Koiiey submittetl a
proposition lu in the Kugene Klcccrlo
Light Co to place two lights In the
Kugene bridge ncios.t thu river, for
JS.lt) per month. Proposition re
James I, Page was appointed viewer
lor the proposed sewer in the alley
between Pearl and High streets, from
Twelfth street north to the main sewer
lu place olT 11 Hendricks, who Is re
lated to sotiio of the parties Interested
and th art fort illsqualifetl.
Petition fro n C D Combs. asking that
the city pay him f-M) for the demolish
incut of his tricycle by the Chemical
Kugiue owned by the city, on the 7th
of December. He paid t8 lor the
machine, and after It ha I been run
over by the engliie ho itiultl ouly sell It
torJ- 'K). Referred to Judiciary com
mittee I'rof John Htrnub requested the
council to move the hydrant on the
corner of Patterson and Klcveuth
streets, near the edge ofthe sidewalk,
It being at present two or more feet
from the edge mid greatly lu the way,
especially at night; referred to the
stlt el commit lee
Councilman OabUrO moved the city
attorney examine the law mid give his
opinion on thu legality of existing
ceaspisds near and aloug the mill race,
and If lu violation of law, the marshal
to order their removal.
Oonnoilmao Loakey w ported the
truck house on I .h-v.-utli street badly
iu need of a new roof; referred to street
oommlttee with power to act.
Hills wero read and referred to
Ordinance amending ordinance
re Iii i ing to nuisances read and referred
to health committee, I'he ordinance
prohibits thu running of a slaughter
house within MM corporate limits of
Kugene; and also prohibits the run
ning of a chicken or fowl market,
Whert llVO birds, are kept, within OA
teet of any resilience or dwelling house
in said city.
There Is a queer bilk coming north
from OaliftHrnla, This Is the game.
Tht follow calls ou a party and rep
resents himself as being a relative and
request, a loan of to 00. Ho usually
gets It. It s. ems that the swindler
always selects Hermans for his victims
and he bus some peculiar ways for
learning the necessary facts for enabl
ing him to play his part properly.
CAN YOU SEE
Anything In the articles mentioned in-low to
Interest you? We have them all and many
more, atid our prices are right.
To quil tobacco easllr fcrtftr. be Btar
f.n nt Ilia, nerve u4 vlsoi. use No T"
of the county.
It is expected
to etfecl permsuent
H. the wonderworker. ,hl f4"" l""' i organltstion tomorrow morning, elect
. . w- nr Ii ( ufrf Jkrair I
S .nn-.it Ire. Addr.. officers aud attend to such other maU
Sterna. BemsdA Co. Ctxaro or "sw Vera tm u m.r necessary at this lime.
i; ok o
HU C I'hllllpa
CU IC) Klgln
It f Thurston
LT M Phillips
It I Mcllrlde
Nicr I ireti Patterni
New Waist Silks
Nobby .lacki't ( iapea
Bright it Soft Biddrdowni
Dainty Warm Fatoinaton
New Kid (JIovoh. .Mittens
QloveFittiiig ( iortavi
Tabid Linoiis Napkins
Towels. Dresser Scarfs
Swell New Suits
Dressy Warm Overcoats
Neat & Berviceable Trousois
Nobliy Hats. New I'apes
Fancy Shirt-, Starched, Soft
Good Warm Underwear
Puffs, Tecks, I in-hand Ties
Warm Things in Sweaters
Plain and Fancy Mufflers
Now Ideas in Fancy Vests
Fancy and Plain Socks
Warm doves and Mits
Children's Mackintoshes $2.50 Men's Macks $1.75
Ladies' Wool Mackintoshes $4.00 Boys' Macks $1.50
F. E. DUNN.