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HE EUGENE WEEKLY GUARD,
KSTABLIMIP.II CIIR TUP IIUUMiTltl OP UKUnrHATH' nUY'lPLKI, AM' Tl 1111 Ll IIIIITUTIII II THKilWPAT II III I Ml
EUGENL, OR,, SATURDAY, JL S 10 1890
We Can Please You
A man is never at his best in
old-fashioned kind ofready-
de clothes sold in most cloth-
stores. yu want to do
Lrself justice, try one of our
rt Schariner & Marx finely
lored suits. You can get one
It Will lit U Wicmg" iimut iu
Lsure and bring out your good
ints better than anything the
eragi' tailor can make to your
der. The H. S. & M. suits
elegant, durable and not
HART, SCHAFFNCR & MARX
(; I T '"I
FOUK-BUTTON SACK SUIT
by Hirt, Schiffner ft Man
EEKLY EUGENE GUARD.
MPBELL BRO., Pub Ushers
EE B lit d It M Willamette street, 15-
twseu Seventh nl Lighlli Btreets
'1 BBM8 OF SUISSCHIPTION.
. . 1.00
. . .no
thing rate ma le known on application
Im --letters to Till: IICARD,
a i w.u rod n I makki.it
ALTON ft MAUKIJiXr
ATTORN EYS AT LAW
fcractie" in all the court of tlio state.
Id - alton ItlocK.
Iag pnroha d the otfiue and future of
late deceased W V Henderson, I am
r prepared to do anytlunj.- in the line of
Bltiti-trv in the aliove said otliee.
CWu an ! bridge work a specialty.
Youno Attorneys.-Salem Journal:
Following applicants for ad tuition t
the bar appeared before the supremo
court today: L. H. MoMiihon. Miss
Auna M. Carson, W. E. Richardson,
and Andrew McFatlutid are of Halt m;
0. H. Nixon, Albany; V. A.Carter,
(iold Hill; R. S. Sheridau, Roseburg;
Everett Logan, 1 i ul i-. i in-. A. Hurley,
Independence; Minx Marin Pfumler
is from Portland, and the follow
ing named uulleelged Rlackstonltes:
Lee Moxom Travis, Leon R. Edmund
son, Hiram Overton, W. H. Merritt.J.
13. Overton, 0. P. Halght, Oscar A.
Neal, L. F. Bteal, Win. L. Morgan,
Joseph A. Boyce, F. Hoecker, H. 0.
JJryson; Raleigh Trimble, Alfred C.
Wheeler, 8. R. de N'ul. Horace 0
P C LAKE,
Irani i b and marhlk WORKS-
IS dasigni and new prices in Foreign and
tome-tic Marble and Granite, Mono nisnta
mu Ittoaei and Cemetery work of all kind
Eik-. Wat bet, I balm, Jew
u , , r.o.
rKrpairing promptly done.
All work warranted.
Paid up Gash Capital,!$50.000
Surplus and Profits, $50,000
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Done on reasonable, terms. Sis-lit
drafU on Chicago, San Francisco and Port-
I land, Oregon.
Hills of exchanco lil on furs tgn countries,
, Deposits received mbjietto check or certifi
cate or deposit.
All collections entrusted to us will receive
W BRDWV. m. i
PBT8ICIAH AND SURGEON.
W Upstairs in fhricnan Block.
Irt: ' to 11 a mi U an A t. (I n m.
H " Ulf Hock south of fhrisman
T G Hiuwum,
- B Kakin,
P. K. SXODO.BASS,
L. 11. Potteii,
' S BEAN,
ATTORNIY AT LAW.
C" Mb i.'i 1. 1 collections and matters in
-Money to loan on real estate.
hn-Whh a C Woodcock.
K THKH1NE L SCHLEEF, M D
fBhltjHol Women and Children
P--sl.-:t..n Blocs;. opioslU Guard office
I OW, M. IX
attention to anrgery, Diseases
i nrtiAtt kui t v i ti
vu( tMiu 4ft .iuk ti. : i : t
,Ml'Yperienc in Cook
lty H,pfUl, Chicago,
Loan a Savings Bank
Of Eugene, Oregon
CAPITAL (paidpjf) $!H,000
w. E BROWN, frtlldent.
B. 0 PAINE, Vie Prssiotut.
f. W. OSBURN. Cashier.
W. W. BROWN. A(t Camls-
F.'WOBeuRN. BD PAINE. W E EflOWN
D A PAINE. J F ROBINSON. J B HARRIS
A Uenrral UankliiK
TrauNurted on FavorabU- Term
lraJ Issued on the principal elites of the
I oiled States; also exchange (uruiahed arall
sbie In all foreign countries.
Interest raid on time deposits.
rire-prcof rault for the storage of valuable
nSS&MlMI receive oar prompt attention.
Oregon Regiment Will Leave
For America This Week,
l. Kelses, Corsslllt, Killed Saturday.
Special to the Uuard
MANILA, Juue 6 -The Seooi d Dre.
gun regiment Will depart this wu k tot
hotSt, L Kelsay, of I'orvuills, wu
aiuoug ihinrt.-killed In Ibtflgbt Satur
day. The ( liegDii - have bttn 10 M
Uiia lurovera week renting pn p.iratory
to the home JottlMy, but euttrcd
tbe engagement ou the BMliDMlUl
south of Die city, made a eh rge acr.s
ai-wumpyrice Held, said to lie the
most brilliant attack of the entire
war ou the island". Thus their
last act nill endear them more and
mure to our people, am! to their many
Im ive cull pan i"iiH w lio rein air. Kl 1. 1
OKKl,()..s UOaiNti MACK.
Will lie Mustered Out at Forilantl.
Manila, June ti The Second Oregon
Is lielng brought back to Manila to
pr. pare to embark on the transports
for the joui ney home. The region nt
Is expected to leave the last of this
week, and will go direct to Portland,
where It will b' mustered out.
NEW LOT.OF IMPROVED
rl- We recommend them .
LANE COUNTY BANK
A General. Banking business in ail branches
traniaefsd on favorable terms.
A. O. HOVEY, Preaideiil"
J. M. ARRAMri. ( aahler.
Real K-Ute Irausactlons.
Lila Coon Wink and HI, Wink to
ROM Knslcy, 1 interest in 100 aOTM In
T It) s r 5 e; G(X).
A H Kisk and J B Hale to F I.
Chambers, 80 acrei iu T 17 s r 1 e; $:t(.0.
Pom yostey to John J Rupp 471 ;i7
acres Iu T lli s r -, " and 0 K; j ,00d.
Clarence Clark and wife John J
Rupp, 1G0 acres iu T 10 s r 5 t ; $2,000.
Win Houston to Mary J Houston,
lots H aud 'J, block 58, Juuctiou City;
J N Dennis guardian of fJtO C
Taylor, insane, to W.H Heck, 80 SOTM
In T 10 s r 8 w; $100.
James Ruoy to N'auey M Ford. 88.80
acres in t 18 a r 3 w; also lots 4 and 7,
block 2. Creswell; $15u0.
Kllaaud J W Raker to Custis Mm
terson, one-seventh of 100 acres btttlg :i
part of F N Aubrey donation claim ;
Annual I'.xcursiou to Salem From All
Valley Points Sunday, June II.
The anuual excursion given by the
Ort'er of Hull way Conductors will be
held from Portland aud all south val
ley points to Salem Sunday, June 11.
The rate, $1 round trip has made these
excursions very popular, aud thou
sands will attend.
Tlie conductors take good care of
their guests aud this year will provide
more amusements thau ever before at
the state (air grounds.
A letter from Conductor C R Miller,
manager of the excursion, states
among other attractions booked:
Professor Periston In a balloon ascei.
sloti. Rrowu's Concert Oichestra, of Port
land, for the grand stand.
A colored cake walk, opeu to all
colored folks-o couples already en
tered. The North Siar quartette Iu late
The (Jreat Melveru Rros iu acrobatic
A handsome prize for the best trlck
blcycle rider 8 now entered.
A baseball game, and many other
Among bands to attend are two
from Pol t land, oue each from lnde-J
pendence. Albany, Kugene and Bllvt
Tickets are on sale iu this city at de
pot or J Goldsmith's cigar store.
Medfotd Mall: "T N Segar, of Ku
gene, Is In Medfoid this week. Mr,
Segar Is a fruit buyer and is here IimL
iug through the difleieut oichards of
the valley getting some idea of the
prospective fruit crop. He reports that
as far ns be has observed, no n a erial
damage has been indicted by late frosts
and that prospects are good for a heavy
fruit crop. He also thinks that Doug
las county IH have a good fruit crop."
Republic, Wash, tbe big mining
town burned up Saturday. The Are,
started by the explosion of a gasoline
stove In the Siegel building on Clark
Aveuue. where some men were oook-1
lag breakfast. It spread on tbs west
side of toe street to Rrowu's restaurant,
and south to the Republic Trading
Company's store On the west side
two entire blocks were destroyed.
Voters of Iebanon refused to pay for j
more school buildings by a majority or
105 to 10.
A -talenieiit by Valentine hocu i R
garding the Future Crop
The last issue of the New York
Price-Current hat the following hop
report by Valentine Loewl, the well
Receipts for week I,u3d
Receipts from S pt 1 114,720
Receipts same time last year.. 125,488
Fxports to Bums for week IK.s
Fxporls from Sept 1 Iu3 "ids
! Fxports same tune last year sj,.'e.'s
Imports for week 10
Imports from Sept 1 .',703
Imports same titne lust yeur ,70:.
Cold weather has retarded tin) growth
of the vine in New York state as well
, as ou the Paeltle coast, and nearly ail
the yards are Ulte backward for tin
SSSSOB of the yeat. hi tlii slate many
I of the vines are old and not havi g
had ptOptf cultivation of recent yeai
I they do not show stri ng, vigorous
( growth such as newer and well cult!
vateu yards ought to. Tl ,-re bus been
some bOsiOSSS iu I he Int. riot lately iu
range of m . cents and i few remain
ing ure now held Willi . Utile mote
coiitideuce. Some of the Oregon pa
pers hot shortage of quassia chips,
which are used largely in he mixtures
for -praying hop vine-. The local
market has ruled very oulet, but If
SDylhlui the feeling is just a shade
Hi tin r. Possibly a few mote brewers
bs s boon lotsrrstsd of late and some
business has transpired Holders rec
ognize the fart thai it demand should
show mUAih Improvement the maikel
would advance at once, a- the holtliugs
here ate very moderate and there are
tiut few lots in the interior to fall back
on. Broweraara oooalaiilly reducing
their stis'ks, and the whole situation
seems to be hrlghtcnlnc; somewhat.
Such sales us iue making are at about
former prices, ai d are fairly covered
by the quotations given.
rreight for sunnier Kugene- i; . W.
M it'ii i, Quite !e ar.
Special to the (it'ARD.
Jdkotiom City, Juue 5. Massts.
Ruslineli & ttoMahon hnvo tlnlshed
buuliug 2.r tons ol prunes to Hurrts
liurg to la- Shipped to Portland on the
steamer City of Fugeue. Ttta Soulh
arn Paotfbyi rate to Portland from
Junction City Is 30 i-ents er Imndreil
pounds, and the rate by steamer 20
cents. Just as soon us the S P thought
the boat was going to get the business
they made a 26 cent rate to defeat I he
bout. The boat then went them one
better and the S P made a d ro; to 17
cuts, nearly one-half their tun ft' rate.
Messrs liushnell &. Mc.Mahou will save
about $50 by hauling the freight to
Harrisburg for river shipment, at the
same time assisting the company
which lowered tho freight rale. Junc
tion shippers are very favorsb'c to the
steamer company, and will give u ma
f I VP I KK OK CtSlWIriKS
INDI an v tl! V i i KRAR8
Accidents and Fatalities at au Illinois U hgatfl Khcted to the pi I ale K ll
C lli pill 111. I'll'
Chicago. Juue ft - A soecial to the haily i.iisrJ, June
Chionlcle from Arthur, III, says: line Phose proaeOI at the meeting of Ihel
boydrowned, a little girl fatally Id- tadhw War Veterans la-t Saturday I
jured beneath the hoofs of horses, two kfternoon were: J F Mulkey, .1 A;
' women and a man brought to death's BoUDda, A I Nicklln, latM Itarclay,
doorbylheshocksoftheaccldelits.all Robl Patlison, Jesse Co;, N Felder-
Ineldcnts accompanying the i'uuer.l ol veit, J S Montgomery, P 0 Nidand, It.
a man who met with sudden death. 9 Bo were, Mllo Taylor, Barney Wood,
made Sunday a rem rkatde one in this
The si range chain of disaster begun
when the local II. A. R. post buried T.
P. Weils, who whs asphyxiate 1 by gas
at a hotel in Chicago last Wednesday
night. While the ceremony was in
pr..n at the cemetery , inwr, rescind
C S e Vinson, Jasper F.ddy, I. 11 Row- j
lai d ami .1 j Witter.
C.ipt PC N, laud was slfottd hulr- j
man ami J F Amis secretary.
An Informal dUcnaalon was sntarad '
lot by J F Mulkey. L It Rowland
Dr a I N okllo and Mllo Thy or.
The fo, low lug delegates were elected
tills H.ikt r that his I.I year old son hud to the Slate b campmeul, which (
ills; I. en drowned while swimming
Tbe shock prostrated Mr Raker, and
he had to be taken home in a carnage.
Whan the news w as broken to his
wife, she went fiautlc and boenUM uu
con-. .. us lloth are In a precailoiis
Wlnle the funeral procession was rc
turning from the cemetery one of the
carriages ran over Mrs. William Sulli
van's Utile .' yeat -old daughter, msiigl
iug her in p. horrible manner. Ml-s
Ola Clark, a witness o the lalterac
cidenl, fainted and was carried to the
nearest Louse, where she lay for four
VOneS In Portland June 24th: Captain
P c Nolaod, Dr A l Nlekllo and L D
Capt PC Nolalld was elected tern
porary Comiuaiider aud J F Amis.
Sicretary. It was resolved to reorgaii .
i.o the local camp niter the meeting of
on motion adjourned to meet ou.
June 24, 1880) at 1 p ni, in the county
Pally Uuard, June (!.
Rev. W. M II. .... ton rir Ion..
hours befoie recoveiing -nlllclently to ,,, .., .. , ,
' I sickness died at his home In Junction
bo removed to her home. , ,, ,,, . ,
. i r , v.ii h.ii , tiicsotiy n. m inn, juue
ti, lS'ili, at H:20 o'clock, aged OS years, 0
months and days.
II" was a Cumberland Presbyterian
minister, and was respected by all.
He leaves n wile and several childieli
to mourn his loss. His sons are Win.
L. and C. P. of Junction, Conductor
D. L. Of Portland, and ltert of Rosi
burg. The funeral services will lie held at
the Oumberlaud Presbyterian church,
in Junction, at B o'clock Weduaaday
forenoon by Re'. McFarland. Inter
meat In the) Oak urn cemetery, tive
miles west ol Eugene, Friends of the
(iu-hcu ii. iii-
TFKSDAY J I ' N F 0
Hon. Editorial iu Balem Btalaa
man: ''It is said that "reliable grow
ers" can now contract their hops, if
they w no! to, at 12 cents a pound and
better. Ily 'reliable growers' is meant
those w Im will make deliveries at the
contract pi i' es no matter w hat prices
they might have realized hid
they n fused to bind them
selves, ibis is evidence that the
dealers iu (he Fast and iu Europe
think hops are going to no high. It
la a pleasant ooUooIl Rut the 8 tales
man insists that it would be la-tier for
all growels If none of them col traded
any hops at all, this year, and any mid
all years. Let them go to the dealers
aud consumers tor what their hops are
really worth for cash in hand at the
lime ol ballug."
GOOD Wokk. Hueet Commissioner
Hcott is cleaning up alleys iu the busi
ness part of town, in this connection
it may he well to call attention (o the
fact that some business properties have
not been connected with the sewer as
required by law. Wo are informed
that in more than one instance waste
water Is discharged Into cellars. This
is In violation of law, la'sldes being
contrary to all recognized sanitary
no lb.. .Is of disposing of water t li.it hits
June 0, '00.
The picnic June 10, next Sa'.urday.
Mrs Win Lockard visited (r.
Miss Millican, of Kugene, was a
guest at her brother's over Sunday.
Mrs Win Dillard has been quite llok
lately, but Is now reported as soma
Jasper Schaul and father in law, Mr
Logan recently from tho eail came
doe D from Creswell Sunday.
The unveiling ceremony of the
Woodmen at Pleasant BUI, Sunday
alteration was attended by iute a
number trom here.
Mrs Then Bneney, of Seattle, and
sister Miss Ke.iah Williams, ol
TatOtTJa, aie guests at the home of Mr
Keeney's brothers, J R and R f
Keorey of this place
Some one has added much to the ap
pearance of the D U cli nch by remov
ing the old fence posts that stood so
long In front of the same Other and
similar improvements might be made
in tbe tow ti.
Everything now bt lokena one of the
grandest picnic hew Saturday under
the auspices of the K aigbte of tbe Mac
cabees that has been known iu the
county. Dome and ess .
What DM ll!
Myrtle Point Enterprise! Mrrilm
moos, one of Myrtle Polnt-Boaeoarg
uisil carriers, reports a phenomenon In
the vn initv of Remote, Some force or
other has cut a furrow three or four
leet wide and about hs deep for a dis
tance of about a quartet ol a mile along ;
thehlll lde. Where logs lay on the ,
ground In IU path they were cut In
two, pushed SSiae ami mi go trees were
spill and divided sud left standing
With part of the roots on either side of
tbe furrow. It has occurred Just re
cently, but what c,u-d It Is a mystery.
Any person cau go nn tbe Native
Son's Excursion, w hether be belongs to
tbe orgaiilrallon or not. Tickets $3.
Buy your ticket early ss only 80 will
DlVonCI SLir. -Ella Mc.Mahou has
Instituted a divorce suit against her
husband, John McMahou iu thecli
ciiit court of Lauu county. The couple
were married In Laue county August
24, 1888, The following children are
the Issue of said marriage: Charlie 12
years, Thomas 10 years, Willie 8 yi'ars,
Ethel 7 years aud Leo B years. The
complaint alleges desertion and asks
for the care aud custody of tbeohll
A Read Maker.
Koschurg Review: "About a year
ago tbe county of Lane made the pur
chase of a ruck crusher. The city of
F.ugeue utilized the work of the ma
chine In improving n short stretch of.
street to test the cMi'li-hcy of thel
crushed rock. It Is noted In the news- 1
paper reports from the city durinir the
past week that I he mayor of Eugene
lias been mil horized by the council to
vlsii San Francisco and purchase a
rock crusher and an engine to operate
It with for the exclusive Use of the city.
It Is evident from this that the council
after a year's experiment with thel
crushed riM'k has found it very satis
factory." The city of Eugene and Lane county
have demonstrated beyond question
that crushed rock is as cheap, and In
comparably superior to the loose gravel
with which I, aue county roads were
formerly built The crushed rock Is as
much hotter than gravel as gravel Is
better than dirt. The crushed rock
stuyi where It Is put.jimd wears smooth
as a Moor
BIG DAMAGE SUIT
Sophia E. McKinney Wants
$10,250 for Injuries on
ANOTHER SUIT fOR SIMILAR AMOUNT
The Boss burg Revhw Iu Its Issue of
June 6, publishes the follOWlBgl
" Through her attorneys, A C Wood
cook and J F. Young, Mrs Sophia E
MoKluuey baa sued the Southern Pa
olflo k R Co for 810,260 damages for
injuries sustained while traveling on
the DWa, It SSSnil thai Mrs McKinney
on March j:, I8W, purchased a ticket
at Yoncalla for Cottage tirove, paying
01 eenta therefor.
When near the divide, the m ight
train on which she was rldnsg was
sti pped so suddenly that she was
thrown violently upon the hVsir of the
c ir teahouse) so the complaint alleges,
sustaining Injuries as follows: Two
broken libs on the right side, spinal
column and spinal cord were wrenched,
sprained and injured, breast bruised,
and that other bruises and Injuries
were sustained by plaintiff, causing
her to bee inc -id. and lime, and thai
said injuries are permanent. That said
accident was due to tho carelessness
aud negligence of the defendant.
"In the same accident a trayeliug
man was injured ami he has brought
suit Bgalbsl the railroad company iu
Portland (or $11,000."
POB v H08I RACE.
File Depart nn lit Hants Ml an At
traction July I
The Eugene Fire Department would
like to have a hose rail' among the list
of attractions iu this city on the Fourth.
At the regular meeting of the board of
delegates Saturday night It was de
cided to vote $3 from department
funds for this purpose, understanding
that not less than three beams to en
ter, entrance fee balog $". This would
make the purse $20, and the fire boya
would expect the general committee
to swell the amount to 880 at least, if
Such an attraction would lie a big
Hot Wva Fust.
CHimnan'i Day, The Christian
church was tilled Sunday evening to
hear the Children's Day exercises given
by the Sunday school, under Ihu direc
tion of Mrs Essen, superintendent, and
Miss Ruby Hendricks. The uudionce
showed Its appreciation of the excel
lent program Iu various ways, The
collection, including the amounts
raised by the children, amounted to
alimsit twenty dollars.
OfFIOTW I'.i.Kt'i mi. Tbe V ol O
Athletic Club has elected ofilcers for
189940 as follows: President, H. D.
Angel, '00; vice president, C. M.
Bishop, 02; secretary, 0, N. McArthur,
01 ; treasurer, W. L. Whittlesey, 01;
tsiard of malingers, L L Uoodrlch,0l;
R. 8. Smith, 01; J. B. Wlnstanley, 02.
In in I-Atrai ii !. -Sherll! Withers
this forenoon had seventeen teeth ex
tracted at one sitting. He took chloro
form, and when be commenced com
ing out from under It Imagined him
self a lighter and ll took five persons
and a doctor to suodue him. After
this he was very sick, but Is better
Bi pjtEMK Court Orkkr. Made
yesterday: Jennie Saillson respondent
vs Southern Psclllc Conipsny, sp
pellsnt; ordered that A. C. Woodcock
be substitute.! for O. Eforteej m at
torney for raepoodenti
Rorn. -Sunday, Juue 4, I8M tO Ml
aud Mrs Frank
daughter. No 1.
Manila, June 4. The Oregon Isiys
are still In the ranks, driving the rebels
out of Moroiig. There was it running
hat tie for several hours today. ic
gon'i lost tluec men killed and six
wounded, nuines not given.
Many prostrations from heat oc
curred throughout the Fast yesterday.
New York, 07 In shade; hottest day
of the season.
St Louis, 00 In shade, at wblch point
It remained for several hours. Two
cases of heat prostration.
Chicago, third day of extreme heat,
80 degrees. A number of horses
killed by heat.
Cincinnati, 88, Three cases of sun
Warrants CALUU,-Uou n ty Treue
urer Patterson makes a new call In to-
.liie'd (ll'AUli fur colliitv v tin. lit. to
the amount of 128,000, Ca'l and get
your money Is his reitiesl.
Ha if uuard, June
DlKl". Mack So miner .'I lie leceived
the sad news that his mother, Auut
Polly llommervtUOi died at Harrisburg;
at BOOB today, and at once went down
accompanied by his wife. Aunt Polly
had been Id for some time and her
death was not unexpected. She was
70 years old , and leaves a number of
OUT AT LASTa
ComoH the long lost sun, and at THE ItlCI STORIi you will
lind the things you need Iu coral irtahly cujoy the much
needed change. Wearo hero touoll good, and can aavo money
for you. .Seeing is hdieving.
Polka Dot Hose,
Wctherbee a 9 pound
Dellr Ouard, Jans i
Divinity School. At the First
Christian church at 11 o'clock yesters
day morning Dean Sanderson of tbe
MatalM acbool delivered the bac
calsureate sermon, the school year hav. !
lugclosed. It was au able address and
was listened tn by a large audience.
Of all kinds to suit ami tit every
one in price, Ntylo and color
F. E. DUNN