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HI M UU IN nOXEITLlVlHS BT TIS SWEAT OP Ol'B BlOW
EUGENE, ORKQON, SATURDAY, NOV. 2f, 1809.
GARRETT A. HOBART. REVOLUTION.
I't:e Vice-President Passed Away Venezula Insurrectionists Are National Committee Will Have; Great Battle Reported With i The II. otO. Keeping the Sontb
onday, November 20.
Ill give you some good values.
member the date.
WEEKLY EUGENE GUARD.
tMPBELL BRO , Publishers
-Eut aide ot Willamette street, be
twMO Seventh .ml Eighth streets
TERMS OF SUDSCRIPTInN.
L. Month. SO
rti-iiiK rate, mule known on application
In-.-, nil tniiiinesa letters i. . i ti b r a m ,
mck i wamoi iauki.ei
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
I practice in .11 the cimrt. of the state,
Ecr In Walton Rlock.
IriiK Mil limit! tli office ami fixture, of
Ce lata JlllaWd W V Hen.ler.on. I ui
Lew prepared to do anything in the line M
Eentlntry In the alsiv said office.
Crown .nil bridge work a specialty.
Death of Mrs. B, itenieiiwaf.
Klmiiutli Palls Express, Nov l(i:
"Mr Btel la ID iiif. way died nt Kian.
ath Agency, Oregon, Beturdaj mora'
log, Nov. rutp r 11, 1889, .1 ! i . I r imst
tour o'clock, from an accidental over
d(M of ihlorul hydrate, aged M years,
10 month?, ami ;; da.xs.
"The deceseed, who was addicted (o
the ge l'o latee, without tlio knowl
edge of uiiy of bar family, took h data
of oil Inn. I In (Irate I'rhlax evening a
drug lb was not ti -id to, In mi ex
cessive amount. She regained
consciousness Saturday morning,
and arose for a short time, but
shortly after returning to her
tied she breathed bar I "', the action of
the dug having direetly nlkctnl the
She leave a hush; int. lie s. Meiu
( M way ii till a you n ton and daughter.
She a es a woman ot ver, kind dlspo
slllon and many fi lends speak warm
words for her charity and kin 'neat to
Special to Pm iuud.
Patek&on, N. J., Nov. Jl.-tlarret
A. Hobatt, vice-president of tbe
United Htatee, died this nn.rulug at
bla hon.e in this city. The funeral
will be held Saturday.
Mr. Hubert was born in Long
Drench," N. J., 56 years ego. and Is
therefore one year younger than Mr.
McKlnley. He Is atraduate of Rut
gers colli ire, and studied law in the
i town of PatMaoO. For 30 y earn -that
I Is, since ne was 22 years old he ptae-
tlced law us u uieiubcr of the Peterson
liar. He rendered his state much
service in both branches of Hie legi--
lure, and bed bean at different ti
Speaker of the house and presideul of
oftheetete senate, in the raa m re
geiiemtimi of New Jersey politic, slid
tbe meus of the stale government
from a uimt eorrupi and humoral eon
1 ml. Air Hubert wasniu .( 'e con
pplcuoijs i ailer. He a. u until of
very eootldorable wealth, end was
president of m vera I local oorporailnti
in III" llliture nf Wiiter e inpui It
Dnrupanlea, street ami -ul. ui nan lail
wnys, and the like. Ha was eleo K
memlHTof the board ol directors nf n
great many mennfsoturisg companies
end eeverel railroad corporation., He
ni a man rif more tlisu Density egTVf
able personality, how wes greatly re
epeeted by all lm knew bin lb'
wus one of tlie lime alblll itq I I i ihe
Joint Prefflp Aeaofllellin. a feat bleb,
leettflra so the higb eetaeBi In winch
riva' raiiroa'1 eoni pan lee have held
him both Am hn ebllll v m il ludiruu m
laud also for his reetlludi end lm par-I
itiaiiiy. lira. Hoban is the daughter I
of ih" late Mr. Socrates Tutile, one m
the Ibmnoet lawyers of New Jen y, lb
whose i lnce Mr tiob.rt a h young
mm stun led lor his proleasiiui.
Large Working Fund.
TNUeSTOH MANES ACCUSATIONS. NO IMPENIALISM ON TNUSTS
Bpvelat to the iiu.nl. Dpeel.l to the ilu.id.
IIooota, Nov. "l.-The rev.luiion- UnCaOO, Nov. ITJ.-Tbe uetlonel
1st beve been defeated in battle hii.I deuns ratio conn.lttee reporti (bet e
their cause wiped out. A battle of lent fuud haa ten collected for the
tremendous proportions, participated '"uiiiigoeuipelgii, which will open up
lu by 10,000 soldier, occurred bslay.
ttne tlinusand rebels were billed d
Han Fkaxcimd, Nov. 21. Oeneral
Frederick Kuuston, in en Interview
today, i-cathlugly (len.iuooed snme of
tbe olllcers of the Twentieth Kinsus
volunteer reirlment, stating the! in
tins body oi soldiers shoulder streps
were worn by HMD! It) the raukest
cowards In t lie army.
TBAN8PRKM or RKALTI, ETC
The party button will read, "No for
vigil elllencea, uo tru.ta, no Imperial
ism for I niieii Hletee."
ELECTRIC LIGHT CO
(iat tiered A Is Dl
LckK, Wekeaet, Chains, Jew
Pry, Etc. .
ppepeineg pTouimj hou..
fAll work warranteiL
W HROWN, M. 1.
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON.
-Upeteln in Oarieaua Rtock.
Hlour.: 9 to 11 a m; 12 H 2, C to ! p m.
. .. ,i .... . . I .
a l lliun oi i..
2 ATTORNEY" ATI.AW.
Office -One-half block mutti t iinsniaii
J E BEAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Special attention to collection ami matters in
I'robate. aion.y w ioii u ni
Orrtct- With A 0 Woodcwk.
Paid up Cash Capital, $50,000
Surplus and Profits, $50,000
a QKNE&AL BANKING BCBINBSS
1. Done hi reasonalilo tenns. Sight
draft, on OUeego, Snn Francisco and 1'ort-
Kills of etilianne .eld on foreiKU countries.
Deposits leeelved nhjacttoeheek or crtiti-
cate of deposit.
All collections entmrted to us will receive
T o iiEKtmicKi, P, E. BaonoBAie,
S B Kakis, h. H. FOTTEH.
Vice l'resi.lent. Ass't t'asliiei
nereaee in Monber of Mattwt oi, (.f
Btgbtaan cabins of Native Hons of
Oregon, with a membership of li'On,
and six oablM of Nntlve Daug. ters,
with a Riernberthip ol 400, have been
instttu ed within the punt year, and
the orden are constantly Kiowini;
(Irtmd President Sol BlQOieUer lu I isi
returned (o Portland from a Hip U
I lie valley and to Southern Oregon.
He was sbatnt four days, and during
that time initiated 20 now nu mbers o,"
varloui cabins. He will make soother
trip In s short time end expects to in
stitute nt I at a ih sen new cabins,
At a beny, Bstardsy evening, Prssi
di nt Blonaoer wet entbuslaitloally re
ceived by the ui( in' ers of the Dels, in
Smith's cabin, No '' Addressee were
msdS by Cyras Walker, the oldest
Native Son of Orcgou, and by Hecre-
tary I. M 'uri.
('battle norlgsgf 80 00
H al eetnte mortgage or 125 00
I" s itisfactlou of ssattgjags f 65
Mitisf icti o i f molten KM oo
Kcuewal of chattel n KKe- Is.. (HI
itKAi. BSTATI T:tASAi"ruN8.
(' W Foong ami wife to J II Young
end wife, 77.1.17 acre- hi T 18 a r 1 a ;
89,600 TtlS deed cont dim $5.60 wort h
o'st imp-. The propeily la situated on
Kail free , 18 miles i -t rly from Ku
Herri H Band 8 PSiadileu to J c
Sin.ill, 1 SON in 1' M i- r 4 w;$t50.
J T W ire end otln rs to Jollies I' and
Jany KsttlDf, ll.67 acres to T 18 r 1
Frai Z vVeth to Theodore lieundorf,
Ml acres li tp 18 r 5 w; I0,
Esther A t'ux lo A H Iewi, 40
acres in tp ltl uttlt; $320.
1'iilah llu-ker, assignee of David
Moras. Jr, to Ml Bills Jsne Krinke, lot
, block h, lu Morse's addition to Klor
W W Withers I to United StateeHev-
iiil;- t 1 ,";m Co, lot, jn noil 81, block
Be, Mrwugnti $5i4.(si.
W W Withers, slur 111', to T M Hunt,
lot 20, blOM 30, Krazler & Hylend's
addition to Kugeue; 88JJ7. Tax deed.
W L (ioodpastiire and wife to T A
(ioodpasture, 20 acre- In tp 17r3w;
Dr. D. A. Paine Purchases tbe
Church Interest in the
Results in Doubt.
'I o Republican i lulis.
The following rail has lieen issued lo
tbe republican clubs of Oregon:
In pur.oanee to the provisions of the
constitution of the Republican League
CI KfUlT COURT SI ATTKKH.
(' M Collier vs Charles Itruueau, P J
RJ and J nines Jennings, dnlog busl.
uese under the firm nam., of Helena
Mining Co; demurrer filed. Tbe
grounds stated ere tbet the seid com
plaint does not state feels eufilcleui to
cuiintllute e uause of ectlou.
instate of Kliz ibeth Ulbson, deceased ;
account for dual settlement. Receipts
of executor, $332.85; expenditures,
PKOHATK OK WII.I,.
Last will end testament of IiOoenette
Majors, deceased; ordered proheted.
Probable value of estate:
Personal property $ 75 00
Real property 426 00
L. CHESHIRE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND BUBOXON,
Of Cugene, Oregon
CAPITAL cpaid up, -$50,000
W. E BROWN, ernldent.;
B. U PAINE, Vice Prtiidtnt.
K. W. nsBUNN, Cash '
W. W. DROWN. A.tl Cthltr-
ToUl POO (O
Wallace MhIoix whh nihil exu-
of Oregon, then will beheld the regu- cutor( wlthoul bonds as provided by
Ui biennial mealing on the first Tu.-s- . . H , .... , Jlou..
I ton and ( ' K iiseiiuers. annraisers.
The will hcquesths that: All debts
end funeral expenses be paid; thai lot
f, bioek 81, Juncllou City beglvouto
day of February next, and a certain
amount ol preparatory work munt lie
doue by each club In order to entitle It
to is- rspreseu t i at the meeting.
Yoor attention le invitnl to Article WaUHl.,. liN,, (;,.neVleve Mulor; Opsl
in of tbe constitution, wblob I- '"' M8j .rls given lots 8, 0 and 10, block
nmeudment thereto adopted February Ijq JnnetlOO Olt
:. 1888, and provMei that ooolobeball 'lu ,,. ,Illttcrof the eatste of Homer
ben titled to rij : sell I at Ion OOlsSS 'I , JlurkitlBi ,l,rettSed; petition to sell
has becu organized at least four montbs prirr(v , m tbe IndtTrterliBtai.
pn ir 10 me meeting, ami sunn nav
Bled aiist of its mem ben wi h th
eratars a' est tl.irtv days
l'roorof labor on l, title iiuuuen Aim
ltSKATHEIUNEI. rit HI.EEK. M D
arDueaie. of .Women and Children
Oflice-Shelton BlocN. oppisiite Guard office
TL D lnraiiileeent .por OsJ
I PC tSeSt l lRht The chears'Kt and
tronm it hht on e.rtli. a
wfe. pnre white, powerlul. meady :i hi. W
coillc power; cot. leu than one I alt of on.
cent per hour. No wick, m trim. SO inok' or
melt. No chlmm y to clean. SBperlol
irlclty, ran, acetylene or kcroteno. Now on H
play and for sale .1 tfc.
Day & Henderson, Undertakers tit
Embalners. Cor. WiL and 7th sis.
r W OSBURNi BD PAINE. W E BROWN
D A PAINE. J F ROBINSON. J li HARRIS
A OaaeVSlI ItunUiii- KuaiueeH
Tpsfanlsd est INiaerrtle Teruis
Draft! IMUed rta the prlncll clt!" of ths
PnU.st State.: alM excb.iifte farii:. av.i -
able in ill htiruraeeaauli
Inlen il yld on time dejh
Rra-preol vault tor IBS SkMagl i I raloahle
p. I . i.
Collection, rocclreour uromM StSMI
The Importance nf the double M
paign next y ar, one in the pprlug ai d
one In the fall, renders Its ..specially
desirable tnat every genuine republi
can club in l he slate lie put Into condi
tion to participate in the leugue meet
ing, and thus eiiier with enthusiasm
Int') the work of tln campaign
uttAtm A.f it.
Ha BEY L. WKl.t.o, Prestrtcnt.
Wbloh probably amounts to$2r0.
t . ,.. I.li.l., (i in . ' .'.
Fkom alpha. Moftnee Westl
'While huul'tig c.iM ' lit iii(
Me-r. McVey and 1 inter met son u
read viewer, from Pivs Etivois, irsik-
inir out a roaii by which re.bletits
hy e nearer
i tiers on Isith Five Rivers and Deail
wo il Mr N nu in ner n yian ami ai- t,e iU' (Irtve
I though ony two and oue bslf miles 1 mpu,j.
country could get to Kugemi ! t.e,,tllJK f,,r or
-ri.i.i'e 'I lu re ha. been e -: b i J( v UKi
. inn; claim, for years ISft.'l-18fr3, It no
R vl r district, hy Channel y Dele.
BOOM UKMKD tivKR.-eor some
in Ii taaaoa tbe beaga, In Hie
McKenie river belonging to tbe Booth
K lly Dumber Co, end in use to drive
(tte Woodcock & Forest large run of
I gg lute the Oobnrg sawmill race.
Sonde j nlgbi turned completely over.
1 Some Avs or six men were on the boom
with lanterns when tbe boom acted mi
qajaaciy, and they were given a good
dMMb gi beaidrs a scare tbet tin y
will remember for many e day. A
rumor nine to FJugenc that fnaj o(j.
, passed iiii'ler the boom, but Attorney
W i .. Informs us that no log., ex-
live, got ew.y. Tbe
uitaih pise. I lu i-ondl-
t. ii yesterday, About one-third of
IMPROVEMENTS WILL CONTINUE.
Dr. D. A. Paine, uperinlendeDt of
the Insane asylum at Salem, has pur
chased from the estate of J. C. Church,
deceased, the stock held In the Kugeue
Fleet rlo Light Co., their holding,
amounting to three eighths of the
total. Mr. Peine he elao been elected
president of the company The other
utile is will remain a In the past.
We ate assured the' the company
will continue Improvements In tbe
future, as in the past, keeping abreast
The company lies one of the beet
pleats II the PeolOo Northwest, end
Is giving the people of Kugene e first
class service. Tbe superintendent of
the comiany, Jamea K. Robinson, Is
entitled to much credit for the seme.
He is a rustler, end la deservedly
Win Hemenwsy, Juror October
term $10 49
Thomaa Marine. Juror October
term 18 00
David Link, juror October turn 8 10
diaries Humphrey, Juror Octo
ber term 10 40
A I Bouuetl, Juror Ootober term 7 00
O Oreen, Juror Ootober term 8 10
.1 M Stone, Juror October term.... 10 40
W I Campbell, Juror October
J J I h. muis, uror October term B 40
William Mathews, Juror October
term.... 7 80
Thomas tiray. Juror Ootober term 8 80
K L Howe, Juror October term... 8 80
M F Htallord, juror October term 8 20
J R Young, Juror Ootober term... 11 20
J H Orehem, Juror October term 0 10
Jemee Parvln, Juror October tsrm 13 00
J li Lewis, Juror Ootober term. .. 10 40
Jsmes Firth, Juror October term 8 10
Reuben French, juror Ootober
term 12 00
J H Zumwslt, juror October term 7 00
J A M. Muhon, Juror October
term... 7 80
F K 1 1 land, jurer October term 6 00
It D Hewley, Juror tlctober term 10 40
M I) Wood, Juror October term... 8 10
It i Moon , juror Ootober term... 8 10
O B Powell, JurorOctober term... 7 80
Voluey HHtnenwey, Juror Ooto
ber term 6 10
N P Chrlsmsn, Juror October
term 10 00
George W Kvsm, witness before
district sttornsy 0 48
J D Cochran, wltnesi before dis
trict sttorney 8 40
O B Beans, witness before dis
trict stmruey 8 40
Freuk Ross, witness before dis
trict al'.oruey 5 80
M S W.llls, witness before dis
trict attorney 4 10
Merrll Davis, witness before dis
trict attorney 6 10
I .on is Relshaw, wltueas before
district sttornsy A 00
Mrs N K Belshaw, witness before
district sttorney 6 00
Kilne Stewert, witness before
district sttorney 4 80
Hlenche Stewart, witness before
district attorney 4 80
J H Cerver, wltueaa before dl-
Special to the i.t'ian
LoNlMtN, Nov. VI. Detest reports
from Afrlce are of s'rangely con
0'ctlng nature, and no mere oonjrotuic
en be oiede with eccuracy by the wer
It Is conceded, however, that a tn-
meudoua ham.- urre.l on Weilues.
dsy and Thuraday of la-t wei-k, with a
result hop. .1 to prove e algnel ltrltlsh
The folluwltig Imp .ale. are reported
Erooa Che balls, Wa.hiugton: Linbean
Hop i n, ins lisle, at In- to Lively; H 1
Betty, Itsl b.lesto Mors, A I si huiiind,
at Tie; Henry Train in, lot) bat., nf Me
QOWM St 80 Win Hazsrd, bales In
Nel.at llc; Tlio. Rush St, tfj bHle to
Nela at Tfe,
Jack. A t artnlehai I received SO bale.
of hops from Lincoln, Ssturdsy,
Hpselsli War Veteran.
Specl.l to th. (lei an.
Salem, Nov 21-Hpenlah war veter
ens of this city have .fleeted an organisation.
em Oregon Boys Interested.
score, u. or o. si: ssHteeo o.
special to Ihe i nard
tea land Nov. 2i. -Tin- fboiball
gam.- t.'.l b. twee i tbe 0 of O. team
and the Ahlnnd team Is the center of
a.trscll n a large crowd la In at
'i Her half.
Di of O. 21. A.hlaudO.
sKiti.Ni ii M,r.
U.of O. II, Ashland 0.
Total, Q ofo 18, AehlendO.
Time of play, : minutes. A good
clean game, and satisfaction on both
Junction City Soeieti Elections.
Tlm.a, Nov 17.
KIKK CdMPASV 0KKICKR8.
At the n-KUlar meeting held Monday
evening, Junction Clly Protection Co.
No 1, Fleeted ihe following officers:
S O Sterr, president.
Win Kecne, vlce-pre.ldsnt.
Cha. Nelhon, secretary.
J I Clow, assistant seeretery.
K A Saylnr, treasurer.
J T Clow, foreman.
Win Keeue, easlalant foremen.
J J Damell'e, 2nd esslkteot furemen.
Ches Ixive, aergeent-et-erme.
IVIegetes-H M Mllllorn, r A Bey.
lor, S OSiarr, J T Wllllems, C D Lea,
A T Kslaer.
Trustees K A Seylnr, VenVren
ken, J T Wllllems.
FlKHT 1IIHI8IIINO MaCHINK.
Roseburg Plaimteaier: "Mrs R Cock-;
.-ram nf Oakland, hevlug read tin- arti
cle In the Plalndsaler of Oct 201 h last,
lu regerd to tin- lodlan war. of 1853-64,
In which the -inlenient Is made that
there was not el that time a thre.h- K- p- orncaas.
log machine between the Mle.la.lppl I Luoullus lodge No 62, eleotsd tbe
River end the Peoldo ocean,' writes ' following officers Tbursdey evening to
ii. that in the v ear it it sh.. was on a eerve for the oiiiulng seml-ennuel term.
farm on Coyote Ridge In Lens county, ) J D Hemllu, C C.
where e threshlug mscblne wes In uae. B S Hylend, V C
She steles tbet eooordlng to her best
recollection, the price peld for thresh
ing wea 15 cenla ter bushel."
Claim Pahtly Paih.-Oov T T
Oeer received a remittance on Setur
dey from the wer department, at
Washington, fur 83,044 22, e. e partial
reimbursement to the .tale for the
amount ex pi ml. .1 in the moblllxatlon
of the volunteer.. The slate', claim
Daily Bkuistkh. GUetrap Bros,
ennounce that they will begin the
publlce'lon nf Ihe Dally Morolog
Begl.ter December I.I.
J il Shesfer, Prelete.
John Ooldsou, M or W.
J T Clow, K of It A H.
OO Powell, M of F.
C U Ferrar, M of K.
J M Moore, M et A.
J M Nlchol., I Q.
C P Houston, OO,
Trustee J M Nichols.
UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL.
A Union Sunday School wee organ
ised et the C P church Burnley with e
membership of thirty-nine. Tbe fol
lowing ofllceri were elected:
W M Fltney, superintendent.
Mr J I) Slbert, aaalatsnt eup't.
Mra W L Houston, seoretery.
Mies Anne Oglesby, oor sac.
Miss Mln in. Starr, organist.
Mlaa Sa.in- Driaklll, chorister.
To Ban Fkancibco. A troop of tbe
Blxth cevelry, which lies been doing
petrol duty lu the Ideho mining dis
tricts, peaaed through yesterday en
route to Sen Francisco.
A Portland oouple celebrated
golden wedding the other dev.
Were married In I -1 ' '
Portland Telegretu: Kugene lies tbe
honor nt belug first to orgeulse e mil
Ida company of leturued volunteers.
urseys are selling at 13 cent, a
pound In Itossburg, live weight. A
good many ere being brought In, ssys
the Itoseburg Review.
Portlend Teleg rem: The Uolverelty A Loo -vld Kames caught e
of Oregon boys were defected by the loon ,n TS W"1 f Eu,n'-
Cellfornlemi.nntthey played a fine """""" " oung s merset
gems end got ireet glory nevertheless. Mondey's Belem Journal: W D
Itoseburg Review Ml. Fan ii e De- Wheeler, stock buyer for '1 bonus.
Weld, of Ceuyonvllle, formerly with Wett A Co, left today for Kegene lo
the College Urove leader, has eooept- bring e drove of sheep, ebout 400 heed,
ed e position tbe Itevlsw's oompoalng ell ewes, to Bslem. He eipeots to
room. I drive there overlend.
Rene Cerver, witness betore dis
Marlon Powell, witness before
district attorney 180
J S Stiles, witness before district
ettorney 2 10
A BARGAIN YOU SHOULD NOT FAIL TO SEE.
MiitiU size, 12.46. Worth $3,00, 3.50,
fl.oo, si :.h and $r.0U.
Tbetfi shoes uro all small sios and a
little out of style, ami are worth the
above figures, and we put this small
price on them to clear tho room.
These Shoes cannot last long --arax8xefJjeV.
The early caller will get the crearn.
. a i - l .II L L.- ,u-" ' ' ' "
ft t:nerai Diriir. lUlUX Cl. Sracnej H1,art.!id tiolknow anything of eech '
oilier. Ihe viewers rejsnt that an eeay ,
grade csu be bad which would give; .'
A. (. HOVF.Y, Prealilent i use good roaa lo tue oeecu in soout ai f .
1 .a .. n -w -
transacted on favorable terms
rata e pound
J. M. ABBA MS, Caahler
j ntnKii iim r.iitn. n is uuw
in the i 'oLuiit, generally conceded tbet e letter has
been received from tbe missing deputy
sherlfl, H. J. Day and it wee mailed
from Great Falls, Montana, although
the contents of tbe same shows that II
wes sent lo tbel piece to be posted.
wes offered for