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HE EUGENE WEEKLY GUARD.
BSTABL1XHBD FOR TBK biMEIIHTIO. OPOKIOCRiTir rilNCIPLBI, AND TO UlN IN eHIITLITIM BT THHtWlaT OF 01' R BROW
EUGENE, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1899.
"Whitcvcr mar be said to til contrary, good
clothes increase tie world's respect for him who
If vtju hive ever Torn
JL n. 3. o JVl. overcoat ju
ao nor . - to oc xoia
they ire the nest overcotts
money Caa buy.
i overcoats are stylish ind dor
ible, elegint in goods ind
miking, richly lined and fin.
ished and full of satisfaction.
The prices ire reasonable.
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
A Well Written Article by Geo.
U tines, of Portland,
Hon. Geo. H.
secretary ul the Oregou Historical A
soclatlou, who recently Vrild Ku
k-'i it- a a delegate to the association o."
St SHAY SCHOOL Vl)KK.
i' dings : r'tnt Ulitritt Conten
tion of base CosHM) .
Junction City Tim, Not. II.
The Kir-t District Sunday Ben on
convent ion, met at Rlvervlew chool
house, ihree mile southeast of JUDC
tion City, ntt November 8 Hud 4 DIs
trlct President U. Bennet, presiding.
More thaD eighty delegate were pres
ent. The opening address by J. B.
Kchaefer, of Junction City, and the re-
ty Mm. David Hill, of Frank
lin Sunday school, wera both worthy
of special mention and full of bcautl-
Arc Lights Contracted for
$9 Each for Ten Years.
I l aat.-r with power to not.
A n'liimunleation trotn B'rl Whip
pie wan read asking f W Ooospi Df Hon
for breaking hi arm by fl!lng through
it - .lewalk on Seven 111 street, U'tween
Hull an J IVarl streets, Oct It), 189(1.
Km' and nub finitely (mi tpoi ad,
STRUCK A REEF.
Daily i.uard. Nov H
City council met m regular
nil thoughts, cordiality nd genuine Monday evening, November 13.
word of welcome, which made every-
I Congregational churche of Oregon, body feel at home Rod perfectly free to
TAILOR - HAD! CLOTHES.
WEEKLY EUGENE GUARD.
r . iinnri I DDn D.. U:.L...
-Eaat side nt Willamette street, be
twsea Seventh uid Kighth streets
TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION.
ysrtising rates made known on m .plication
.!.... .. iti.l.Hi.J hit, r. ,i . II in . lu
Bombardment Continues Severe
and Is Determined.
Ul DfaOHO iu mi i-.iv
at. . . 0 1 t, . .a .,f
avini' I iifi' Wet II f "Miicr mm
the late ilecewei. W V Hen-lewon. 1 am
now prepare! to (i'tunythiriK in the line of
Dentistry in irio anovc kuiu wuw.
C nin U uuu " -i
COMMUNICATION CUT OFF.
Special to the Guard.
London, Nov. 14. The bombard
ment of Ladysmllb today Is more de
tei mined than ever, and the Intensity
increase with each hour. Up to a late
hour communlcalion with the beleag
ured city was not yet established.
'locks. W .itcl.es.
CM 'uii'iik I ' ' , .
'All WOW warranted.
V BROWN, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
. . . . . . T
rtt ii '." t 11 am; IS to t, 8 6 1 p BV
j Paid up GashyCapitaL $50,000
Surplus and Profits, $o0,
AOENERAI. BANKING BUSINESS
Oone CM reasonahle terms. Sight
draft OB Chicago, Sao Francisco and Port
BUI of erobaDf sold oa foreign countries.
Deposits received lulijectto check or certifi-
AU collectiims entrunted to u will receive
a c woodcock,
ORice-One half block lOOih of Chrlnman
T E BEAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Special attention to collections and matter in
Probate. Money to loan on real entate.
OrriCK- With A C Woodcock.
l.. 0HB8HIRE, M. 1'-
T ( Hknukicks,
S B Eakin,
I'. E. SX0I1QRAS8,
I,. H. 1'OTTIB,
A t Cashier
contribute to The Pacific, the coat
orgMu of that church, the fnllnwlng
very readable article about our city:
"The flrt man who built a house on
the preeeut site of the city of Eugene,
wa Eugene K. Hkinuer, who wa a
take part In the eaeroUNA of the con
The remark of the pTealdent allow
ing the Sunday school work, uot only
In our dlatrict and county, but In the
tate and all ovtr the world, wa quite
pioneer to Oregon In 184o, and hi 1 1 ilereatlng and gratifying to the con-
Christian uame was given in the em
bryo city and bis surname applied to
the lofty butte lying liutuediittely to
the north. From the sum tint o Skin
ner' butte, an eminence 250 feet high,
which is of easy access, and crowned
with scattered oaks, one may get a
laudscape view of surpHsring love
liues. Of all the points of Interest In
Oregon or Washington that the writer
ha seen iu hi forly-lx years' resl
denOS in both slates, uo other urpas-es
this in breadth of vision and combiua-
UOO of all that goes to make cbarmltiK
scenery, ave that of Couucll Crest,
immediately west of Portland. Mr.
Hkinuer aud his wife were very hospi
table, and In the early day welcomed
to their bumble cabin score of ieopi
who have since became noteworthy In
the annals of the state.
"Mr. Skinner's ancestors came from
England to America more than two
ventlon. It showed a great interest
and a wonderful Increase In numbers
all over the world.
Mrs. Clara J. Bond, president of
La::e County Hunday School Assocla
tlou, was present and couducted the
children's exercises to the enjoyment
The convention wa a succeas aud
very lntereting from start to flolsh.
The next convention will be held at
I. iMSMtef some time In May next.
liOLCOMUA MlNl.Mt COMPAMY.
Another Bobemla OrganlKBtloii
ting Keady for Bnalnev.
The (Jolconda Mining Company, of
Bohemia, is the latest incorporation
from that progressive camp, the articles
stipulating the usual purpose of such
hundred years ago, and In Hie strain of an organization. L K Wooley, C A
blood is found some of the best of the Wooley, C W Wallace, J C L Wooley,
middle classes of England. He died In J W Gowdy, J H Wooley and Mr
him, Minnie Peebler are named as Inoorpor-
1864, beloved by all who knew
leaving a considerable estate, a good
deal of which In process of time has
lnnred to the benefit of the town.
"It was well along In the tlftles be
fore Eugene was more thau a mere
hamlet, but In 1858 It was a otndtdale
for the honor of being the state capital,
and in that contest It occupied the sec
ond place in the suffrages of the people,
Salem receiving the highest number of
vote. It Is 123 miles south of Port
land by rail, and 140 by the river,
which, with a little Improvement,
could be made navigable for the ycar
around. It Is wltbln 26 miles of the
head of the Willamette valley, and for
that distance iu all directions Is sur
rounded by a fertile country, grain
atnrs. The company has a capital
stock off 15,000, 300,000 shares at a par
value of 5 cents each. Situated one
half Bile east of the Noonday mill the
company has a group of olatrat, The
I '.el I, Manila, Leland, Cumberland,
Merrimac and others.
1 ouimlMloncrs Court.
L Wentz, work on dam ... 17 26
Silas Wentx, work on t!ft1i ....... ,4aVe
Thomas Williams, work on dam-' t 00
0 V Maniul. work on dam IS 00
E M Abbott, witness fees W W
Taylor, Insane 0 40
Mrs I W Bond, gravel 1 11
wheat, oats, barley-grasses, nops ami rjroM Bros, Iron work on rock
all kinds of fruits being the products. crugher 23 00
In this area, and a good deal that I i;i,arles Schmidt. blaokuilthlug 2 00
ent--Mayor Harrl aud Councilmeu
Osburn, Abraui, Luokey, White aud
Mluutea of October and 21 read
Finance wtntuUtee reported favor
ably on a nu'taber of bills and they
were ordered approved.
8TOWKLL DAM AUK CASK.
Couucilmau Abraui, from the judi
ciary committee, on the compromlKc
oifered by Mr N J Stowell, asked an
expression of opinion of the council
! men. Personally he was wllllni; to
accept the otter. After some discus
sion, the "it, i (o compromise on pay-
mentof . was accepted, and a war
rant was ordered drawn for the
amount, on motion ot Councilman
k llc-irk: mouth.
Councilman Abrams, from the Ju
dlciary committee, presented a propo
sition from the Kugene Klectrlu
Co, to furnish 2000 caud'e power arc
lights, each light per month, for
S year fll
5 year 10
10 years 9
After some discussion, Councilman
White, moved to defer action to next
Councilman Abrams moved to ao-
oept the ofler for 10 years. Contract
carried aud city attorney directed to
draw up contract.
The contract under which light are
now furnished expired October 12, 18U1),
and was originally made for three
years, at U per mouth. The total
amount to be paid under the new con
tract for ten years Is $20,880.
8UIWAHY OK COMMUNICATION.
The Electric Light Co Died a com
munication stating that on account of
prloea advancing, that they were com
pelled to chaige more. fr are lights
lUaUiJrmerly. 'khe price here ad
vance as follows:
In 1896 It was 11 cents per pound.
In 1897 it was 15) cents per pound.
Id 1899 It Is 33 cents per pound.
UOYI I K OHIUNANCK.
Ordi'Htice amending I ofOrdl.
nance ;tmi, n ad three times, and under
suspension of rule, passed. This I an
amendment to (he bicycle ordinance
Those voting yea were: Abrams,
While, Luckey anil Ostium; nay,
A number of bill were rvsd and re
Ou motion of Couucilmau Osburn,
the city attorney was directed to pro
oceil to Miles) street aaessineul on
j roadway ou Eighth street.
Councilman o-.btirn, on oharg.s
by tsiard of Kire lelegKtc against the
Book aOa Ladder t'o., moved to In
' d. Battel postpone the further could
1 1 .'ion of the mutter.
011; (iiiard Nov 14
The 1'. ot O. to. i Kill lei.m l.-uve on
the 2:14 overland tomorrow afic.iioou
tor Berkeley, California, and Saturday
will play the I niv.r-ity of California them to Manila
Cruiser Charleston Wrecked OH
ALL OR S0AR0 SAVED
Manila, Nov 14. 12:30 p m -The
I'nit.Hl Stale cruiser Charlealon,
which ha been patrolling the north
ern coast of Luzon, was wieokrd on a
r . f i II the northweal const Tueiday,
No vein her 7.
All ou board were saved.
Manila, Nov 14. 1:25 n m. The
I'll lied States oulscr Charleston ran
aground near Vlgau, on u hidden reef,
with If fathom of water on both side.
She worked her niMchinery fo- two
day and uight in trying to get atloat,
but, a typhoon arising, the crew was
compelled to take to the boats and
eck refuge on a mall Island live
mile away. The native are friendly.
Lieutenant McDonald and a num
ber of sailor put off In a Hinall Lout
and reached the Callao, which brought
team, said to lie the best aggregation
of plgsklu kickers on the const. They
will arrive at their distillation Thurs
day night, practice In the Berkeley
.II I.'. 1. 1... ..I-., I. . Si. Iiiriluti M.
I I I.I i.ii.v . , . vat. .-.,. u . VSU ,
K'11 o .. 1.' I O A -1 - t A-U
nan i Mint i-i. . Hi , 1'iay 'o iiy
laud Tuesday and arrive home Wed
nesday morning, the trip occupying
The leam will la accompanied by
Coach Hltnpnr, Manager Ooodrlch,
Asalstaut Manager McArthur and PttV
Durltig the eek the team Is practic
ing faithfully and will go lo the Bay
city In the In -i of condition. While
the U. of O. i '.or not have a many
men to chiwiso from a the U. of C, ytt
The gunboat Helena ha been dis
patched to bring away the crew.
Lieutenant McDonald dlscrlbes the
Charleston, when lie last saw her, as
hard and fast aground, with her bot
tom badly stove, and well out of
(The cruiser Charleston, which wa
built In San Francisco lu 1888, had a
displacement of 3730 tons, was 312 feet
seven Inches In length, 40 feet two
Inches In Im-siu, and 21 feet eight
luches In draught. She was of steel,
having two propellers, oue funnel and
two masts with military top. She
had the following armament: Two
eight-Inch guns, six slx-lnch guns, four
it I afeto say the California boy ' l-bo"iers, two three-pounders, six
will realize that the Webfoot boys can ne-pounuers, iwo bWetUSM guns, anu
play ball, aud If the opportunity offers l)Ue "ul '.'.wltb four toipedo tubes.
will score against them. fompiemeui ot jot. men.)
wlamouuH Discovered 18 Wlsconslu.
Herman Mclntire is suing the olty
of Blnghampton, N V.. for damages. The diamonds have been
.. I ...... i..m .iilLnsltai
. .K.., ...... r. """''J'. fum, ln Wisconsin will draw thou-
ud to that state. How madly we
PHYSICIAN AND BUROION,
I'. ;, ti . Oretjon.
It CR8KATHER1NE L S' HLEEK. M D
WDuieases of V'i u.en and Children
OtBcs Shelton BI.kR. oppcsiU (Juard offic
Loan i-Savings Bank
Of Eugene, Oregon
CAPITAL aidup) '$50,000
vr. E BROWS. rildtnt.:
B. 0 PAINE. Vict Prtildtnt.
F. Ml. OSBURN. Cllhlsr.
W. W. BROWN. Ant Cashtsri
tributary liesldes, It has no rival. This
support has made It a city of about
4,000 population now. It is the seal
of the University of Oregon, chartered
by the state and located In 1872. Reg
ular instruction of student began In
1876. Its management is eulrusted to
a board of regents, appointed for a
term of twelve years, by the governor,
and confirmed by the state senate. The
endowment amounts to about $160,000;
$100,000 from the sale of lands granted
by the state for university purpose,
and $50,000 by Henry Villard. In ad
dition an appropriation is made bien
nially by the state legislature. The
campus lies outheast of the center of
Eugene, and contains 27 acre. The
faculty number twenty-one, beside
the llbrartao and matron. There were
163 Btudenls present In 1898-99 In all
Eugene is well supplied with
churches, there oeing In addition to
our own, the Christian, Methodist,
Presbytorian, Baptist, Cumberland
Presbyterian, United Brethren and
Episcopal, as the principal ones. Of
these, perhaps the Christian church Is
the strongest probably the strongest
In the state. That denomination
maintains a divinity school here, and
It now has twenty-two atudenta. From
the foregoing it may be seen that the
moral Influences of the place are rea
sonably well cared for.
Incnile'lit por Was
Light The rlieapesi ana
ma t llsrL 1 on earth. A
ate, pir whits, powerful, steady llsrha. HO
randle power; snaf, lcai than one half of one
cent per hour. No wicks to trim. No smoke or
amell. No chlmm-y to clean. HntH.Ttor to elec
tricity, ras. acetyl.-ne or keroten-:. Now on dis
play and (or tale at th
FW OSBURN, BD PAINE. W E BROWN
DA PAINE. J F ROBINSON, JBHARRI8
W W BROWN.
A 'in nil Banking Bnalneaa
Trftuaacted on Favorable Terms
Drain mued on the principal cities of the
United Statei; alio exchange furmihed avail
able in all forelBD countries.
Interest paid on time deposits
rirs-prool van It lor the storage ol valuable
P"6o'lucUoni receive our prompt attention.
Oaj & Henderson, Undertaken id
Enbta. Cor. Wil. and 7th ill
LAINE COUNTY BANK
I ,li li, d la NNI.(
EUGENE, i OREGON.
K General Banking business in all
transacted on tamable terms.!
A. O. HOVEY. Presidents
J. M. AUKAMH, CaahJer,-
Oregou Pioneer Attention.
The members of Martha Mulligan
Cabin, No 3 Native Daughters of Ore
gon, desiring to obtain the names of
nloneers living lu Eugene, who came
to Oregon (trior to or durlug the year
1856, request that such pioneers place
their names in the box left at the
postofflce fur that purpose ou or be
fore Tuesday November 21st.
Dally Guard, Nov M
Makkiaoe License. County Clerk
Lee today Issued a marriage license to
George W. Steels and Ml Georgia
Rogers. Also to James E. Embree and
Miss Daisy Lewis, and to Charles Km
bee and Miss Eliza J. Maxwell.
The republican national committee
will meet Dec. next at Washington,
D. C, to call the national convention
and name dais and city for boidlng
the same. Applleamuc Kansas City,
Chicago, Ht. Louis, Nan Fnclaeo,
Cleveland, Minneapolis, Denver, Mil
waukee ad Buffalo.
CW Powell, tor pauper J M
Powell 6 00
Fred Fessenden, hauling rook for
rook crusher 45 75
Frank Fessenden, hauling rook
crusher 60 75
Henry Macklln, wocd 8 25
Julius Roacoe, loading wagons for
rock crusher 31 10
R T Htlngley, feeding rock crush
er 14 25
J T Russell, loading wagons for
rock crusher 12 00
W Pennington, work on rook
crusher 45 00
M Penniugton, work on rock
crusher 8 36
Moses E Evers, work on rock
crusher 8 60
O H Stlckens, ood 10 00
J Curry, wood 6 60
L P Powers, wood 7 60
T E Creed, engineer rock cruher
aud water ISO 00
W T Austln.work on rock crusher 10 60
Fred AuBtln, work on rock crush
er 12 00
Bbermau Simpson, work on rock
J J Wood, work on rock orusker 06 00
Charles Brown, work on rook
crusher 29 00
John Pennington, work on r ,ck
crusher 4 65
M C Davis, workou rocket usher 25 50
S Winfrey, work on rook crusher 24 00
S H Miller, work on crusher and
wood 28 85
O V Knapp, piling wood 17 26
E F Chsnman. bridge liimtier.... 11 40
Bernhart proposed county road No
96; John Lamson filed a claim of $260
aa damages; Themas Steers, George
Hartley and W A Totter appointed to
asses damages and report their find
ings at the next regular term of uoun
Proposed county road No 99; James
Huston, Amos Johnson and James
Thorndike appointed viewers and C M
Collier surveyor, to meet and survey
and view said road and report finding
to commissioners court.
Tax sale certificate No 396, sale of
year lsU7, tax 1896; certificate ordered
cancelled as lbs land bad been doubly
W W Withers, sheriff, notified the
court that be bad named A W Gilbert,
J E Stewart and J H Miller, aa deputy
sheriffs, to cease at pleasure.
In 1890 and '7 was $6 25 per 1000.
In July, 1899, $11.60 per 1000.
In November, 1899, $13 per 1000.
from ?5 to 50 oents per cord dearer
and will probably never le Uw.
They also say; We are assured by our
correspondents that the price of copper
wire and carbons will not decline I
fore 1902 owing to the fact that a syn
dicate oontrole the entlru.out-put of all
the principal copper mines and the
line carbon factories for four years
from January 1, 1899.
Incandescent lamps will be coutlnu'
ed at present term.
The llglil i In Fireman' Hall Is pre.
ented to (lie fireman for their use.
They have never cost the city any
STREET' COM M ISSIONERA' BE1-ORT.
Councilman Luckey, from the street
committee, read monthly report of
work perform. "I . ordered filed. The
report show, that 26,224 feet of new
lumber was used durlug the mnulh for
street crossings, repairs, ourblug and
Monthly report of marshal read and
ordered tiler?, ithsowstbe following
arrests and character of
the ii ii in I er 13 ii tacked on the door
of his residence. S lice then, on Jan
uary 13 his wife died, aud on May 13
hi house burned down. He 1 sure
that the unlucky number which the
city tacked on his door has hoodoiwd
him. Players of America will take
Correct. Albany Democrat: "At
Portland the Mulliiomahs defeated the
II of O. on a muddy tleld6 to U. The
game showed the Eugene men to lie
the equals lo the Portland men. On
Eugene field the U. ofO. would win."
J din C. Leasure, well known lu Eu
gene, has moved to Baker City from
Poitlaud and formed a law partner
hlp with Chaa. F. Hyde and Wm.
That I midline Headache
Would quickly leave you, 11 you
used Dr King' New Life Pills. Thou
sands of siilf. rers have proved their
matchlena merit lor Sick and Nervous
Headaches. They make pure blood
and strong nerves and build up Tour
health. Easy to take. Try them. Only
25 cents. Money bsck If uot ourea.
Sold by Q D Linn, druggist.
rush after riches, and how little we
treasure the only true wealth Health.
All of the diamonds and money In the
world cannot bring happiness without
health. Because of Its uiad rush for
wealth, America baa become a nation
of dyspeptlos. No other p ople abuses
its Htomachs as we do, aud therefore
no nation la so subject to nervousness.
Insomnia, Indigestion, biliousness and
torpid liver. Hosteller's Stomach
Bitters has restored more weak stom
ach to health than can be counted.
Its results have been phenomenal. To
avoid nun at ions, be sure that a private
revenue stamp covers the neck of the
Notice Is hereby given that the Lane
county board of equalization will meet
on Monday, November 27, 1899, at the
court houe In Eugene, Oregon, for tho
purp we of equali.iug the assessment
rolls. All persons having grievances
or other mailers to brlug before the
board are untitled to appear at the
Dated, Eugene, Oregon, Nov. 7, 1B99.
I). P. Burton, Assessor.
J. W. KAYS FURNITURE GO
EM8ALMERS and FUMFRAL DIRECTORS
Born. To the wife of M.Mvarverud,
Ne. !. 18. wo.
nu m tier of
Drunk and disorderly 6
Total arrests 38
Locked up for safe keeping 63
Total number handle by police 101
Noofstook In pound 4
PetiDon of H. J. Gasman and ten
other properly holders for sidewalk on
north side of Eleventh street tfOtTJ
Cbarnlellou to west end of Eleventh
street; lead aud referred lo streel com
Petltlou of Mrs. M. A. Hunaaker
and others, for a crossing st alley ou
Olive street between Eighth and Ninth
streets, read aud referred t the streel
A communication was read from
Chief Engineer Griffin recommending
tbat Rescue Hons Company be allow
ed to use the running boss cart in plane
of the one now used by them. Head
and referred to the committee on fire
A BARGAIN YOU SHOULD NOT FAIL TO SEE.
Miiall 8iy.o, $2.45. Worth $3,00, $3.50,
$4.00, $4.50 and $5.00.
These ahoeB are all small sizes and a
little out of style, and are worth tho
above figure, and we put this small
price on them to clear the room.
These Shoes cannot last long ..k.
The early caller will get the croaro.
F. E. DUNN.