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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1880)
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ESTABLISHED FOB THE DISSEHINATIO.I OF ICIOCUTIC PRIXC1PIES, 1JD TO E1RJI M HOSEST LIT1XC IT THE SWEAT OF ODE BROW.
WHOLE NO. 685.
KUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1880.
$2.50 rer year IN ADVANCE '
fit (Huint (Sit Attard.
I l tAMrmu i. a. lUMriim
PqMljksr. ail Fxiprlstiri.
FFICE 1 the buildiax formerly occupied
by J. W. Cleaver, m a store, corner Wil
lamette ml Swath Streets.
Ad ertisemeate lawrtoi m Mlowi t
if Hitri, 19 lies r less, insertion 83;
aca iubHt iasertUa f 1. Cask required in
Jvaace. . .. . ... '. . .... ....
Viiae averuserB wm urn mi. iu,-
. square three months. . .
. " sit months
" ska year li w
Traalt settees in local ooluaiu, 5!0 cent, per
Use fr eaos UwryoB.
AdvertisiBl bill, will rendered quarterly.
All felt worts mi oe ram r un ulliiui,
im Hour. T B. B. to 7 p. . BuB4r
BUil arrives fV th .B-1 leave. lMn north
It t, ArriTW fr the rtU n l lonn ruin
. itk itilll Bt. Vwr SiiLr, franklin sal I.
rfmstsiu. W.lBMJ.f. for vrwrra
IMWrt wUl ke r4r f Mirmi half B k.ar fUr
rival ef truias. Letter. ,VM be loft t tUe .fie
Swisss UBB K II. A. P. Mil A. il
V.t. dnit uil Uiii-1 Welaml.r In evil
HeKHCKH Soiib fx)! S. 1 I. 0
VtimL4 :(: vewl'KT K.I. C
Mk aa tke !4 ' We1ftne n 'h tireili
L-iosk LiiocB. No. 13. A, 0. U. VV.
KeoU Mucnic 1111 th nl fo.irtu
MeBOy in tli ujor'.fi.
OX. JOHN MICKLIN,'
Phjsiciw, taJ AtMUchear.
(F.irftBrly ot Ifu-ii Ceuwy.)
HA! MaUASSXriA- LOCATED IS
Kufu Ciy. (.'Sen Li tu.jr.-wto-i'B
tlrtc. SJ Vlt'Jx f-ri It
M-cdtetf afc J'.uii'Wcj, te WwUwwt nd
... iKitth f Public Sohl, in t!: Kiili!.,-
t! jMi(y. f'j: !.
Mo SlatV tfe,
Crlu H-ilel, . R".-' -S
PUJCJiO.VK cxrv oicix-iu:-'.
;os'3;is P. C1LL
C1H Itt ffOU.Va AT HI'-J'iFr-lCE w i-'
i lvt new at pi.KMWaJy
F0il'Olf?IC2 pHVQ ETUHE.
JtU on Eighth strt. j-ppwiU Preaby
JEWKLRY KSTABIJSMENT. .
J. Sa lSfiXET.-
Clicks, Wacnss, Chains, Jwelry, Etc.
Ueyairias I'rtmptly Kst'cutcd.
KrAUWrk Warraaw. JH
J. 8 LU'JKKY,
ltllswufth ft Ce.'s brfck, T.'illamette street.
ST. rasaiss HOTEL,
Corner Willamette and Niuth Streets,
EUGENE CITY, OR.
J. W. FRONK, - Proprietor.
renovated, fcth Ismlde
Ths FINEST Sample Rooms in the rity.
Gire tke Reuse a ril, and U vmni that
y will jet the beet the nwket aSorda.
Tk S juse h aewly furnuhed.
Fri Cadi to wi from Hvs House,
fhr has comrnsncid in Eorapc!
R. G. CALLISON
l-S AGAIN AT HIS OLP HIS OLD STAND
Aon Willamette Street nd havinj bonglu the
interest of W. T. 0burn in the firm of Galli-
.... t 1 .n fi.m.tfh nil n'llC
BBS hiri'irn, prryrc.i - - ,
mar Itive him a call with the bt quality of
very thins usually kept in a first class grocery
SUGARS. TEAS, OFFEE,
CANNED GOODS, JOBAOt t ft
CIOAUS. GLASS AND QNS
"WARE, WOOD AND ILL W W AI.K.
at reasonable rates for CASH or VUpDLCK
ii i a. T-ni Ho f(ir veu
Uive me a can ami ko - - .
Thmkful fo- paet patronatfe I invite you to
l ciiarcr- '
rr. . . i .u...f. nf W.ithias M.-ll r.
dee'd. by the County Court f id' !
..4 t. .11 itmis havm claims asaint ,
mate aro n'mT if i"- u , nf
m. m. with the pMIrTOueVr. atthe f
, ..I to nree'nt we
all persm owns w -;' ,i
an persras ow ns ,
rll at the olice of Thompsnn ft Bean "1
tlBthBS"neimm-dKt T. tl.,t.-t
The largest stock
of good in Lane Co
Is coir on Sale at
Tl J) TTT1T1TJ
And these aro a few
fered 2or CABH :
Nice White Blankets for SI psr pair.
Droiade Dross Goods for 13 cts per yd.
Good Cftblimtre, full width, 50 cts per
Brocade SilLs from fl 25 up.
Tlltt Best Assortment IiTthc City of
BOOTS 1IB SHOES !
Ladies Kid Button
La.lii's Kid Fox
Ladios California Calf
'JbiWiTHS California Calf
Mmi's fliforaia Boots
Men' Good Heavy Boots
!Iijh .a.f Boots. . . .
Lk-um ?;!jkl Buttoned Shai?3
CIcifcixig Ckc&pcr t&sin any ot&e? Kouao.
f startle j
Oil's me a call and
K3t3 FBrai-Kcg Gcsdc StasralJy
Yv'ells Driven Prompi!y
Eugene City, Oregon.
Succeiuwr to SllCLTOX ft Wll.KlXB.
Practical 2np & Chemisis,
Next door to the Grange fitore, Willamette
rtrcet, r.ugeiie ,HJ uregon.
Have iurt opened s full line of fresh
Drags, Kkilxim Cfeamicats.
Also a Sue assortment of
Fancy end lollti Articles.
ALL KINDS OF
Mixed Paints, Lead, Oil,
GLASS an. PUTTY
Vhich they will always sell en reasoaable
farffol allcntioii glvrn u fhysitian'i Pre
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
irrantetL Northwest cornir of Willamette
;OR GEN tit I. W EnrilAllB (a
U . HtiWllw'i
AN JUAN LIU F f. Bale hr
bb f. ooeeis,
of tho X3eaiao of
Ladies under VesU at from 50 cts up.
A Lare assortuifiit of Triming Silks,
75 eta to f 1 25 per yard.
A flue line of Hoos'icry, all prices
Overalls from 50 cU up.
at from $2 up
from $1 25 up
. . .from $1 50 up
from tl up
50 north $G
$3 60 to S5
...M worth ?G
Sate Wires W.l
nra ikto. -Ob, A7fl
ICoilcrs IJLi beiI riyaicloaB
IT IS POT PARCOTi:.
tlio World's great rain-Rc-UcYinff
Aooil.o and euro Uurns,
"VTcuiulii, calz Back end
i;j;cuiaatlB:u upon Han, r.nd
Tpraias, Galls and Lameness
.rpoa Dcasts. Cheap, quick
EPU3T3 ef dlscnstlns linen.,
SauCos. Cracl i.'s X'ains la to
Head, Tetld Ercath, Ccafaots,
ani Bey CatstrrLal Complniat,
can lie e3"term!natd ly XI el C
Meyer's Cotarrh Cure, a Consti
tutional AutldotB, If Atsorj
tion. Tie moct Important Dis
covery oiaos Vaccination.
BGOT AID SHOE STORE.
A. HUNT, Prorrietor.
Shop on Willamette street, 2nd door north
of hardware store, i'ugeiie v.uy, ur.
'will hereafter ketp a complete stock of
tiaitera, Cloth aad Kid,
Slippers, white and black,
MENS & BOYS
riMI AND BEAVT
B OTS & SHOES
And in fact everythinj in the BOOT and
SHOE line, to which I luienj v ut.
MY GOODS A
Were maniifacVu-ed to ordtr,
IV (1 E FIRST CLASS
And guaranteed as reprennted, and will be
.i.i ... tt, huMt Drices that a g'od an icle
san be afforded. jr'J7-78tf A. II 1ST.
Fruit Trees and Shrub
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Fruit Tree and Shrubbery can be supplied
at NURSERY PRICES, in Emiene Ci'.y, by
living th.irordj.rs with HE:fI)EKS0!ft
Aiat fee Walling Braa.
ALEXAVDEK. J. B. Juitlct of the Pece
Suuth Euneue l'rednoti odice t Court Ilouee.
A3TOK .HOUSK-Hiiu. U.ker, m The
only timtxluni hotel lu the city-Willuaette
ttreet, one door north of the mt oflive.
ADRAMS, W. U. k BKO.-rUain ..Ul,
Miih, door, blind and mmiMing niaaufut.'tory,
Eighth itivvt, cut if mill race. Everything
In our line f urtimhed ea thort notice and
BOOK STORK One door iouth of the Aetor
House. A full itock of aetorted box ateri
plain and fancy.
BOYD ft MILLER Meat Market-beef. Teal,
mutton, jwrk and Urd Willamette itreet,
between Lilith and Ninth.
GRAIN BROA-Draler i Jewelry, Watch
ee, Clock, and Mimical Iuitmnivntii Wil
lamette ttrevt. between K.venth and Eihtli.
CALLI.SON, R. a.-Dealcrln procenei, ro
viniiins, country produce. canned cnod. liiok..
itatinnery, etc., touthwent corner Willainttte
and inn bu.
PORRIS, GEO. B.-AterneT and Counsellor
at Law. Uttice on Willamette street, Eu
gene City. '
DORRIS, B. F. -Dealer in Stores aad TIb
wnn Willamette street, between berenth
DURANT, WM.-Meat Market beef, perk,
veal and mutton constantly on hand Ninth
street; between Pearl and lligb.
ELLSWORTH 4 CODrurisU and dealer
in paints, oils, etc. Willamette street, be
tween Eighth and Ninth.
FRIENDLY. S. H.-Denler in dry roods,
clothintf ami general nierchandino Willam
ette street, bctweeu Lighth and Ninth,
GUARD OFFICE NewHrmjier, Wk and Job
printing-office, comer 1
i UUniPtte anilbereiub
clmndine and produce, corner Eighth and
GILL, J. P. Physic-tan, Surgeon and Drug
gist, r anionic, illamette . reet, between
Buventb and Eighth.
HAYS, ROBT.-WiVk, T.lr.uors, and Ci
gars ol the best nii.-111'y kept constantly on
hand. The best billiard talue in town.
HENDRICKS, T. G.-Dealei in general mer-
rhamtiM northwest corner illamette aud
MODES, C Keeps on hand fine w'nes, li
Bom, cigars and a pool and billiard table:
Willamette street, bctwoep Eighth and
HORN, CHAS. M. -Guoimlth. Rifles and
shot-guns, breech and muzzle lotders, for saie.
Repairing done in the neatest style aud war
ranted. Shep on Uth street.
KINSEY. J. D --Sash, blinds and door fac
tory, window and door frames, mouldings,
etc., giazing and glass cutting done to order.
LYNCH, A -Groceries, provisions, fruits, veg
etables, etc, illamette street, nrst dwr
south of PostofDue.
LUCKEY, J. B. Watchmaker and Jeweler;
kneps a fine storx of goods in his line, V illam
ette street, in Ellsworth's drug store.
If cCLAREX, J A MES -Choice, wines, Honors,
-:llnH.. .......... l...... L'V.l.tl.
MELLER, M. Brewery--Lager lieer on tap
and by tlie keg or barrel, corner of iSmtli and
OSKURN ft CO. Dealers in dnip. medicines.
cnemicain, on., voinin, .vc . tiinui.bb.
opiHMiite S. Charles HotvL
PATTERSON, A. S.-A fine stock of pkiu
and fancy vuiting c.rcls.
PERKINS, H. C. -County Surveyor aad Civil
Engineer. Residence on r litli sirvet.
PRESTON, WM.-DeaUlin ad.lerT, Ilar-
unss, Ciirnago irimmings. etc. wmaiuette
street, between Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICE A new stock of standard
school book, just received at the post on.co.
RUSH, BEN. Hornenhoeing and general Job-
bing.blacksnuth, Eighth street, between Wil
lamette and Olive.
REAM, J. R. Undertaker and building eon-
tractor, corner Willamette ana o.vcntn
ROSENBLATT ft CO.-D7 goods, clething,
grocerie and general merchandise, southwest
corner Willamette and Eighth streets.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL Mrs. A. Ren
frew, Proprietress. 1 lie best Hot. la the
citv. Corner Willamette and Ninth streets.
SHIELDS, .1. C Fhynician and Surgeon -
XT--.... . c . .1,.... ..u. Ar u.
norill sum iinvu .urvv., mat. u.v, vm. w. dv,
STEVENS, MARK-Dealer In tobacco, ci
gars, not, cunuies, snoi, iowtier, nonoin,
eto. Willamette street,
SCHOOL SU1TLIES-A large and Taritd
assortment of slates of all sir.es, and ,nantities
of elates and slate books. Three doors noi tb
of the express office.
THOMPSON ft BE AN-Attorneys -at-Law
Willamette street, between bevenu and
WALTON. J. J. Attorney-at-Law. Office-
w llamette street, between Seventli and
WITrER, J. T. Buckskin dresslnr. The
highest price paid for deer skins, Eighth St.,
UNDERWOOD, J. B.-Genernl brokerage
business sad atrent for the Connecticut Jn
surance Comrsnr of Hartford Willamette
street, lietween Seventh and Eighth.
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
"YITTLL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS In
Yy all its branches at the old stand, offering
increased inducements to customers, old and
new. As heretofore, the most
Careful attention given to Prescripions.
Oa the west sida ofWillamette Street, between
Eighth and Ninth.
Having Just opened a new and neat Meat
Mrkct, we are prepaied to furnish he best
Beef, Teal, Mat (an, Pork, etc.,
To our customers, at the lowest market rates
The custom of the public is respect
Meats delivered to-any part of the eifrv free
M charge. MeCOJ&X AOC ft RKSbHAW.
Tbe BIiaHflJ SurJrrerv
A Walla Walla correspondent thus
describes tbe BloouiiielJ uurJerers as
tbey appeared in teui't a Tissdaj f
last week: "Tbere wire lu tke prisoner's
dock no less than 11 able bodied utea
and one woman well knowa to yoar
people. I refer to Nanuie J. Tboiuas,
she sat Dearest tbe JsJe, Tbe wan
look and tired rarcleu eiprr.ien had
entirely givrn way to a bea.tby glow of
of the cheeks and a charming lastre ot
the eyes, that iu another prson un
familiar with tbo remarkable Listorj ef
the heartless murder charged to ker
would be, to say the least, aaptivatiug.
I watched her actions closely to day as
alio sat beside the haggard ceaardly
looking husband who prompted axd
nerved her to tho deed, as the jpcr
state it, and I watched the smiles play
ing arouud heriaouthand pawing rapid
ly away. Perhaps her's is the case
prettily and truly described by the
The eheek aisy be tinged with a wars., sissy
While tke told heart ruas darkly te ruia
He has the appearance of a man Ja-
boring under reuioiso er pursued by
the fear of death, aud she, whether
guilty er not guilty does ill justice to a
womanly heart that in a similar case
should ba ladeued with sorrow and
should above all act as though she bad
not wantoned with siu for a lifetime.
The trial is in progress at Walla Walla
Siuco the ahtve was placed in type
we learn that the trial of Thomas re
sulted in a verdict of guilty of murder
in the first degree. He ha been sen
tenced by the court to be hing.
Uiarj Ii Orcia.
Following is the text of the tot re
lating to usury in Oregon, which passed
tho lata assembly; "That sections one
aud Cve cf chapter twenty-seven of the
miscellaneous laws ef Oregon bo aud
the santo are hereby repealed, and the
following euacted iu lieu thereof:
"That tho rate 0. interest in this
stato shall be eight per centum per an
num, and no more on all moneys, after
the tame becomes due 011 judgment and
decrees for the payment of money; on
money received for the use of another,
and retained beyond a rcasonab.e time
without the owner's consent, expressed
or implied, or on mouey duo upon the
settlement of matured accounts, frjin
the day the balance is ascertained; on
money due or to become duo, when
there- is a coutroct to pay interest and
rate specified. But on contracts, inter
est at the rate of tea per contuin per
annum, may be charged by express
agreement of the parties and no more.
Judgments and decrees for money up
on contracts bearing more than eight
per centum interest and not exceeding
ten per annum, shall bear the same in
terest borne by such contract."
The SauiLicm IVlfic BallroaJ.
A new station on the Southern Pa
cific Potilroad was opened Thursday,
November 18th, at Rio Miembras
river, and the first through train was
then run. The distance Ix-tween that
station of the Southern Paeitie Read
and tho Atchison, Topcka -and Santa
Fe Railroad is 123 miles. Stages have
just commenced to rut lutwcen the
points for $20 tho trip. The Southern
Pacific construction train lays about
tlirea miles of track per day.. The
Company have 467 miles of road in
operation beyond the California border
in Arizona and New Mextca
Yamhill Reporter: Lung Fever is
prevalent among tho horses a few miles
from here. Mr. T. B. Henderson lost
a valuable horse on Monday but and
several parties in the neighborhood
havo horses sick with the same disease
that killed Mr. Henderson's, Some
anxiety is felt concerning the matter.
By one means and another tho supply
of teams in this section hft been re
duced about to the minimum compared
with the demand, and to lose many
more would have a serious effect upon
the farm interests.
The annual town election of Hills
boro will take place, Monday Decern
A lodge of the Ancient Order of
United Workmen will be instituted in
Dalle daring tho coming week.
?. U. Bagley, ef Kuappa, had . ripe
Bartlett pears, the second crop from
tho same tree this year.
Uun. I. W. Case cf Astoria, had
fresh green corn plucked from his gar
den, on his tal Ivs on Thanksgiving
T.L Beck, of Willow Springs, Is
building a now county road through
that uiuing camp so as to work the
ground where tho road now runs, Ho
has already bailt a aew bridge aud will
have a good ruad w hen finished.
Ia tke Ctvert arson trial now pend
ing in the Jackioa circa it court, 63
witnesses hare beea sabpeaaed. Tho
ae Is no nearer at aa end Uiaa when
ir commenced a week ago, and the ex
pcuse te the eoanty cauuet be lest
than $150 jer day.
Mrs. McCIsre, who lives on the Che
kaletn mountain, was riding in a wag
on with her infant' in her arms last
Saturday, when the wheels struck an
obstruction, throwing the lady and her
vhild to the ground with such violenco
as to break her colar bone.
Ceorgo, the little son pf A, V. R.
Snyder, of the Lafayette Courier, while
playing about the houso last Tuesday
found a revolver beneath the pillow
where the maternal head was wont to
rest at night, aud drawing it out suc
ceeding in discharging it into his hand
thereby blowing etT a thumb.
Beuton Blade: Frank Milliard, a
blacksmith of Corvallis, met with a
very painful acuideut on Wednesday
while eugagod in shoeing a horse. Ilia
right leg was dislocated at the knee
joint, and the right leg broken squara
into. This was a fracture of rare oc
currence The limb was dressed, and
at last accounts was doing woll.
Miss Ella Rood, whose parents re
side in Happy Valley, died in the in
sane asylum last week. She had been
an inmate of that institution forsereral
years and was 18 years old, The re
mains were returned to her parents for
burial last Tuesday and were met at
tho depot by the sorely bereft relatives
and followed to rest iu tho Mason io
cemetery ao McMinuville,
M ichael Uanley, of Jackson county,
is fattening several hundred head of
hogs from corn raised by himself last
season. He cultivated CO acres of corn
yielding upwards of 3,000 bushels.
The corn is fully as fine as that raised
in western Missouri Syuieof the ears
measured 12J inches ia length, and it
is doubtful whether any other farmer
iu Rogue river valley can equal it,
On lost Thursday, thn schooner Ea- -
ther Cobos was caught in a calm after
crossing Rogue river bar and drifted on
the Wach south of the entrance, whero .
the tide left her high and dry, without
auy preemptible damoge being done. At
latest accounts she had been shored up
preparatory to being moved on waya
across the south spit into the channel
of the river. It was thought the Vessel
would bo launched with little or do
damn''o to her hull
On Saturday night, the 20th Inst,
the stage coming north with Joseph
Mason as driver, was stopped by a rob
ber on the road between Cottonwood
and Coles. The robber demanded tho
express box and the registered mail
bag. There being an up grade in tha
road, where the stage was stopped, tho
horses commenced backing and tho
driver told the roblier that as the team
woaldu't stand at this point he would
drive a short distance ahead to a flat,
to which proposition the robber con
sented. Upou reaching the so-called
fiat the driver whipped up his horse
and left the highwayman in tho rear.
But the robber had already secured ona
of tho mail bags which lay on top of
the express and contained all the regis
tered packages for Jacksonville and
other points, Tbo packagea wero
mostly of the balky order, among them
a $100 package of postage stamps for
the Jacksonville office. Tho mail aack
was found cut open and left on the road
sido; but the nsxt day when it was
found none of its contents seemed to Ve
minting. Tho southern bound stag
. s. n rcturnin" it to Yreka,
T. O. HEXDEIC&?.
Dated Oct W.