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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1880)
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ESTABLISHED FOE TEE DISSEMATIOS OP BEBOCRiTIC PRINCIPLES, AJD TO EAE1 11 BOXEST L1TIXQ BT TIE SWE1T OF CCl BROW.
WHOLE NO. G86.
KUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1880.
$2.50 per year IK ADVANCE
, U 0AUFBXLU CAMPiEU.
fubliftera and Proprietan. .
WICE-In th. building formerly occupied
bT J. W. Cleav.r, u a .tore, corner Wil
lanutt and Seventh Street.
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RATES OF ADVKHTI31NO.
AdvertUemenU lnerted M fUow.t
Mure. 10 line, or hw, on. InwrtioB W;
"uWiequent huertiea $L Ca.h required in
$?,drertier. willb. charged at tk.fol-
fix wonth..... JJJ
- u. yew " 00
Trwuteut notice, in local oelumn, 20 oeat. per
tin. for each inaertion.
Advertising bill, will be rendered quarterly.
All ik work inu't be f aid fob on nn.ivt.aT.
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Vlu2rui"- ""IB le. fol. .orth
,, ' . Arrive, frem th. north and leave. waf
. ,ie at I M P- ' HiuLlew. rnklin 4 U.f
? 2 diVet . Welw-Ur. Fr Crawford
nto oi? 0k Brewnevilfe at I f ..
.riYef "!. Utter..uoul4b.l.ftttUe .Ho.
Rca Loo No II, A. T. 4 A. II
UeeU ant aa tkird WJolair 1
u Bm-ra Tsmnl No. I. 0.
I M.At.verTTue.aay evening.
JZA. ' ' a
.eU th. M and 4th Wlnely. in each month.
iDuiNK Lowik, No. 15, A. O. IT. W.--MeeuatMwnicHalltlieecond
Monday, to each mouthy Jf w
TT AS OPENED DENTAL ROOMS 1 IN
JJ. EugeueUit, overr. .
iml re.ictfully eolicite patronage of those
" . , .A... -i . .t U rale oricea.
DR. JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur,
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
-n.,.i!vrrv T VATF.D IN
Tl AS ra iv. " , r.
H K i:;tv. OffiM in Undruod
Br.c. 2 J floor, over Wj11. Fargo t Co.
.." . Inw lUidenw.. tr block. wt au.l
la. narth- of l'ublic Sohoot, in th. Kim
rtb nreoertT. '"W-t'
The largest stock
of goods in Lane Co
is hot? on Sale at
And thcso aro a few. of the Earraina , of
leroa lor UAbiJ. :
Corvallia tupporU oulr two singing
ALEXANDEK, J. a-Juatio. of the Peace
couth f-nfen. rredncti omoe at Court nouM.
Nice White Bknkcta for f 4 per pair.
Brocade Drciis Goods for 15 cts wr vd.
Good Cashmere, full width, 50 eta per
Brocade Silk from $1 25 up
Ladies under Vast" at from 50 cts ua
A Large assortment of Triming Silks,
70 cts to ll 23 per yard.
A fine line of Hoosiery, all prices
Overalls from 50 cts up.
THE Best Assortment in the City of
BOOTS AND SHOES !
Ladies Kid Button " 2 up
Ladies Kid Fox from $1 25 up
r ,i;. ni:r ; rif from 81 50 ud
Childrens California Calf 'rom $1 up
. .. a i in . ,1. aa
Men s Ualitorma lioou ; u u
Men's Good Heavy BooU $3 50 to 5
Men' Calf Boots vorh 6
Ladies Pebled Buttoned Shoes 2 UP
Clothing Cheaper than any other House.
9tccdtv as icai aJ can t fc sfnywiele.
Give me a call and Save Yourselves MJJltY
There was good skating on the Ump
ASTOR HOUSE-Chaa. Bak.r. pron. Tb. river ,lwt wt
only fint'olaa. hotel in th. oity Willamette I rm ..-- i;
rbret. on. door north of tb. pit offioa. 1119 first lSP t"10 entered
ABRAM3, W. IL JtBRO.-rianing- mill, Rowhurg eight years last Friday
ffittM Trof Condon lectured last week at
in our line furnished on ahort notice and Wilbur on "How Oreiron was made,
MSLfuintalkl hirmt I O
BOOK STORE-On. door wuth of the A.tor The continued drouth has about put
nouM. a luu t.M!B oi aiwrtea boi piri , h plowing ill Folk county.
t wr k rtr r t?r r a r 1. a i i I A lvJ a Af A AtA.f fiwlu- r9 ti
out A- v iiajaw ii oat iinrK uvei, tmu, i a iuuo knv aiiviviiw vi "v
K1Xmwnetl,,Uel United WorkingmenU to be opened
ICRAIN BROS.-Dealer in Jewelry, Watch- at BCIO.
ea, iiocu ana niuaicai inimunenw n u-1 , , ,
lamette .treet. between Seventh and Kkhth. Tle young men of Independence ant
CALL1SON, R. O. Dealer In irrocerte., pro- takinc steps to organize a military com-
vUiom, country produce, canned gomla.booki, 1
tationerr, etc, eouthweat oorner Willamette pany.
and 9th bt. m, r, .. , t i .n.
DORRIS. GEO. B.-Attorn. ,d Councilor iM n01 7"
at lw. umce on wmatueiie aireet. ivu- ia xour mill scuooi lax raise fi,-ou
Bene liit. i ...
DORRIS. B. F.-D.aler in Store, and Tin ,0 BUPP0rt 80,10011
WT . k u Dtw'' BT,nUl The Rosebura papers report the dis
DURANT, WM.-Meat MarVet beef, pork, covery of a gold mine iu Douglas county
veal and mutton constantly pn hand-Ninth . t ftt Wt- ;t
.treet, between i'earl ana ilujh.
The schooner Enterprise took about
- A. W. TA TTERS0N ,
PHYSICIAN ANI SURGliON,
0c lntu street. er 8,
Ch.rl.. H.LI, nel "'""c
D. JOSEPH P. GILL
CAN BE FOUND AT HI3 OFFICE or re.
idence when net proteationnlly engaged.
OlMo. at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence en Eighth .treet, oppite Preby
J. S. WKEY,
Clicks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
van work Warrated..05
KttVrortH k Co.'. brick, WiUmetU .treet.
War has cammencsd in Europe!
R. G. CALLISONvn
TS AGAIN AT HIS OLD HIS OLD STAND
internet of W. T. O.burn in the firm of UUll
iZTXU U preoared to-.
Bnr?u7kepta clai grocery
CANNED GOODS. TOBACCO
Uire me a can aim - - u
Thankful fo-pat patronage I invite you t.
all SiB.' . . . - f th.ritv free
B. F. DORRIS,
House Furnishing Goads Generally
Wells Driven Promp.ly
Eugene City, Oregon.
w-rnTTnr IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
N the nndereipned ha. hduly ap
lice of Thompson a. " t-nu date, and
Orm, within . ""ueitd to
11 pereon. owing ntd entaie " nd Kt
eallat th. office of Thojupeon t rWn ana
Dd (ttJO -i
To u wntui . p.
Cwt ot ww y ' ,-te are reqoea
Win. claim. rdZ.
., rmmt the ame te M f . witiu m
McWi. Bridge ta id ,uu"
TbtHP0 BA, Attorney.
F. M. WILKINS,
bucceor to Shslti & Wit.aws.
Practical Drops 6 Chemisis,
Next door to the Grange fttore, Willamette
itreet, Jvugene iiy vriuu.
rr.. nncn.d a full line of fresh
Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals.
Ala a fine aaanrtment of
Fancy and Toilci Articles.
ALL KINDS &F
Mixed Faints, Lead, Oil,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY
Which they will alway. ell on reaaonaule
Careful attention givea ti Phjiielaa'i Pre
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watebea, ClocU, and Jewelry jnj'r?
warranted. Northwert cornet of WlllaiBette
and Eighth rtnet.
w? 4K?I EH li MEHCHASIMSB C
AN TAJf UMIf-aaU b
olway. Cure, and never dl.ap"
point. The world', great Pain"
Reliever for Man aad Baaat.
Cbenp, quick and reliable.
is not Narcotic. Children
crow fat upon. Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
CASTORIA. It regulates the
Bowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fcverishness, and de
WEI DE MEYER'S CA
TARRH Core, a Conatttntlonal
Antidote) for thia terrible mala
dy, br Abeorption. The mo.t
Tmnnrtant Ciufloverraince Vao
oination. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh, thia enrea at
any ct&ee hefore Con.umption
EOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Shep en WillametU street, 2nd door north
ol hardware .tore, cugciitivj,
will hereafter keep a complete .tock of
LA ', MISSSJ
Gaiters, Cloth and Kid,
Sllppera, wbiU sad black,
ME1STS & BOYS
riSI AMD HEAVI
BOOTS L SHOES
And in fact everything In the BOOT and
SHOE line, to whicft 1 mvum w
nr.M m.mrfatiired to order.
ARE FIRST CLASS
And guaranteed a. repreaented, ana " V
.old far the kw-t pno.o 11 1'MT
an be afforded. Sl-7M A. lltMr.
ELLSWORTH k CO.-DrngBi.U and dealer.
in punts, oiu, eta uiuame .ireei.Be- ...- , , , .n . .
tween Ehrhth and Ninth. 4000 cases of salmon and 00 tons of
FRIENDLY, S. H. Dealer in dry mod., wheat from ScottaburB on hor last trip.
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alia alNU Vutfiareun Pttrlith anH VititK I Pli ttil-n a til liQfl inniHnUIn niflirrihllV
w km w n,vrt v.aa u.aji.vaa saaav uitw A llllVllltBVti IIHU a. v wh.i.h 'J
GUARD OFFICE-New-paper '.book and Job ; t, j fc t ftu(l a number 0f
pnuting offioe, oorner Willamette andbevenlh '
treeta. nouses are now in tue course oi con
ORANGE STORE Dealer. In eeneral Bier .,,,
rhamliaa ami nroduoe. comer .lk.'hth anu
Willamette (treeta. HimK .Tnlmamv nt Japksonvllle sus-
ILKf ?.-phS!B' .iP!??: l.;nMl .vr inmria nnrl a diHlocatod
mat, rxwlonice, uiameite reet, oeiweou i - --y
Seventh and Eik'hth. Lbnnblnr n flm rcmilt nf lnino thrown
. ..n Atim T I 1 I
UAXS, ftUBi.- ine., lii uuni, aim y . ,.
p. .. . ... , : . I fwin hia uiuvl U'Arp.iti.
gar. ol th. Dem qunuty Kepi con.iauuy on
hand. The be.t billiard table In town. m. . n r l xt n tr . ...,1
HENDRICKS. T. G.-Deale, in general m.r- . V
chandue northweet corner Willamette ana pi low xor Wie arrest oi vue persuu ui
Ninth .treet. .t. .n. ...j . ..1, .lw.,V
nnnPS r Tteenaon hand fine wine.. Ila I r '
, --, - nil-..1.i. l. -.!,
uon, cigar, and a pool ana niiiinra iauie; train uear jjiuitx: a iwi.
vi-.i. Troasarer WrnrhL of Douelas has
A.1 111 k. I O '
HORN, CIIA9. M.-Gunnmlth. Rifle, and gftnt to ti,e 8tet treasurer $3175 state
.hnt.triinn. hreach andmuuleloeder. foraaie. ... .
Repairing done in the neateet .tyle and war taxes, making the amount sent SO tar
ranted. Shop on iHh itreet.
I&Q I T K 'Pita lmtnnna flllA fftttW i.)llf
KINHKY, J. 1). Hiwh, Dlmd. ana aoor iai .
. ...j j u ..i.iin-a liimltf Ia ilia utdtft ia 87 hltn.
wry, winnow uu uwr iwu.., wi'utujiiwuuy w ...u ..mw
etc. ilaiinir and via, cuiung uone roorueni . , , . . m . i.i
;.. j.i 1 Koseburs independent: m m
... . ..m . a . J... I . i i a. .1! t . f 41.&
etab'.e., eu., uiaineiH nrwn, ur uuur rain WU a UOUHena to WUB jmrv ui uic
.outhofPcetoffioe. It will save thousands of sheep,
LUCKEY, J. S.-Watchniaker and Jeweler; . .
keep, a fine (tock of good, in hi. Iin., wiuain- allow mo lurmers vo yiuw wu (
ette .treet. In .U.worM orug .wre, al.undniice of water to the miner.
The Port Orord Post naturally com
plains that while Josephine has a State
an 1 by the keg or barrel, oorner of Ninth and Senator and Representative, Curry
OsiStN CO-Dealer. In drug., medicine, county, with almost the same popula-
chemicals, oiU, paints, etc. wuiMueueH., ujou j8 ony a precinct 01 tOOS COUDtr.
PATTERSON, A. S.-A fin. .tock of plain The Coos Bay wogon road is now
?y o : i n open for Btnges and other wagons, ex
i-ujvii3, 11. -"''T ' ? . . .i . j: i wi.:,.i.
Emrineer. iteeiaence on rum .ireet. cepi lor uie uinuiiicv vi i iuu .,.vu
PRESTON, WM.-Dealerln Saddlery, Hr- jn BOon be completed. The company
new. Carriage '1 rimming., etc -vviiianiew ,..:.i. mnA
"' . . r "
POST OFFICE A new .took of .tandard 1 0tlierw be creatly improved the road.
(nut roMiivitd at the Doat omoe. I '
vulva . i t ,
RUSH, BEN.-Horneshoelng and general Job- UorvalllS is improving says uie u
bing blacumi ., ai.B ree,, uewweeu . o. pr,ng
REAM. J. It Undertaker and building con- up and residences being built, with
irauwr, . - ay the advantages modern civilization
ROSENBLATT k CO. Dry good., olethlng, demands, but the churches and public
Kiwerieandgenerolm;rchniiHe,.outhwest .,.,,. .. i,.:..-- r.noVated and iin-
vir.11 1 1 . 1 L'll.i a. sau&e'. I IJUllUlllU Mav vvavaaa, -
nnrner VVHiainevie aim j.uiu .umw o -
ST. CHARLES HOTEL Mr. A. Ron- proveU.
ti ! 'I'll hut Hnta In Mi I -
IrfJWa rrOnBlTTn, Alio ir. wvw i -
rv..nttn WillnmAttji ain. Ninth itrMtt. I AKi tnn Annl frnm illA ' nflWlT
Vly, VUl "Ol I AUUUV V.I V V a
SHIELDS, J. G-r W ana nurgeen- jj.j mlnfl jn jfa Glass was
Oiarle HoteL taken to lloseburg this week and tlis-
STEVENS, MARK-ie.ier in wiiaen, ; tributed amon,? tiie blacksmith shops.
Kn, nuw, cuntiuw, mm jv., i - . ,
etn. Willamette .ireei, jt was Riven a Ittir lesi uy , "
SCHOOL SUPPLIES-A larw and varied . , . . f ... ualitTi The
a!ortmento(Ifttc.of all.ue.,ana quaniine.
of Iate. and .late-Doom inree umir. nurvu mines are SOW 10 De very bawiioi.
Col. lieale, of Coos county, by mean
Yesterday afternoon, shortly after 9
o'clock, Sans Olsen, a bey about seven
teen years of age, employed in the lata
factory at Weidlor's mills, met with a
shocking death. The belting from the)
mail line abaft to the lath aiaohine had
broken, and was being repaired, young
Olsen supporting the belt and keeping
it free from Uie shaft while a workman
named Longdecker was making the neo-
essnry repairs, Just how the accident
happened will never be known. The)
first idea that the other workmen
in the room had that there was any
thing was wrong was the flying piece.
of young Olseu's body, a stream of
blood and fragments of his clothing be
ing scattered about them, when, to their
horror, it was realized that the boy
had been caught in the machinery and
torn to pieces. The body was eut clean
iu two across the abdomen, the head
and trunk falling under the shaft, the
legs thrown several feet beyond, while
the left arm was found still hanging
to the fine shaft, every particle of cloth
ing having been torn from off his body.
It is thought that while he was holding
up the heavy belting over the shaft, the
sleeves of his coat caught, and ia an
instant he himself drawn over the rap
idly revolving shaft: dashed over the
roof of the building and thus torn to
pieces. The fragments of the body
wore gathered up by the workmen of
the mill and and taken to the house oo-
occupied by him and two brothers, both
of whom are employed at the mill, and
were at the time of the horrible death
of their younger brother engaged at
work in another part of the establish
xrorT.APV.Tf.TAMKS-ChoIce. wine. Hn uon.
and cigars Willamette .treet, between Eighth
I and Ninth.
MELLER, M. Brewery Lager beer on tap
1 TTiAf runV TtKAY Attnrneva-at-LaW
, JIM.'l 1 Ulll' UI " --.r
wmame. vwu ... " of a ditch a half mile long and a
WALTON. J. J. Attorney-at-Law. Office-Lide ditches drained 1500 acres of
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Willamette .wee., .w- OT..u. j f(mr ml,08
I WITTER, J. T. Buck.kla diWng. Th. Qn ancl sixty feet wide. He has sown
higW price paid for dear kln. Eighth st, , . . . .
UNDERWOOD, J. B.-General brokerag. intends to engage in the dairy business,
btuine. and agent for the Connecticut In-
rwnnnv nf Hartford Willamette
tieet, riot ween Keventn ana AiKnin.
D HU GGI8T,
vttit.T. rflVTlXHE HTTSIXFS3 In
VY all it brancbe. at the old atand, offering
increaned inducement, to cu turner., old tnd
Am neretoiure, i tie mo.
Careful attention given to Prescripions.
Fruit Trees and Shrubbery.
PERSONS WlMHlAU iv rvu--Knit
Trend Shnibbery can be .nppUed
at NURSERY PRICKS, in EuKea. City, by
Uarw their ordwith y,,
A ? at for WalliaiBroa.
On the wet .i.le of Willamette Street, between
Kiibtn ana ibid.
Having Jut orned a new and neat Meat
Urket, we are pn-parea v lurouui
Beef, eal, atta, Park, etc..
Te ur cu.tomer., at ,tb lowert market rate
The custom of the public is respect
f-.t. J.M-nrrA tn nv iart ef the city free.
4 tharje. lcCtkNACK k &HAW
Wo are informed, says the Alluuiy
Eeg'iRter, that the necewary surveys
wi.l soon 1 made and the western tor-
minus of the Oregon Pacifio Railway
located at Yaquina Bay, when contracts
will be let for the erection of wharves,
etc., at that point, so that they may be
in readiness to receive the steel rails
and other material for the construction
of the road, which ht expocted to ar
rive in April and May. Lookout for
us when when we get our railroad to
Farmer have been taking advantage
of the cood roads and favorable weather
to bring in the wheat left in their
oranaries. and the mills and warehouse-
men have been compelled to bestir
themselves to put it away. The Al
Uny Register says: On Saturday the
Farmer's Warehouse received 500 bush
ela, and on Monday 300, and the sev
eral other warehouses and milw prob
ably done as weli This indicates a
far larger amount remaining in farmer
hands than we Lad been led to wippoe.
Dr. Payton, of Salem, has resigned
his professorship in the Medical Col
lege of Portland.
The residence of J. L Parish at Sa
lem, narrowly escaped burning down
tho other day,
James Leary, tried at the present
term of Court at the Dalles for the
murder of a sheep herder has been ac- ,
The Astorian nays there are 16,000
cases of salmoni at Pillar Bock, 20,000
at Clifton, and at other points about
25,000 coses yet to ship.
The ladies of St, Peter's Church,
The Dalles, realized over $1,150 from
their fair of last week Quite a com
fortable sum, showing that there ia
some money afloat in the Dallea
The Grand Jury for Wasco oounty,
in its report, says: We have examined
thoroughly, the matter f killing
John Becrshaub by Garrett Maupin
and are fully satisfied by the evidenoa
before us that the killing wat done
purely in self-defense.
The Bteam ferry running between Co
lumbus, on the Washington territory
side, and Grant's Landing, on the Ore- .
gon side, is doing an excellent business.
All the lumber and firewood used in
that section of country is ferried across
the river from the Washington territory
'side and sells: Lumber, $15 per thous
and and wood at $5 50 per cord.
Mountaineer: While looking over
the improvements now under way at
the O. It. 4 N. Co's grounds on Satur
day Inet we could not refrain from ex
pressing surprise at the amount ot
work being done and the admir
able system pervading everything. Tha
massive smokestack is about completed
and will soonlgin to belch forthsmoke
from the furnaces and forges. The im
provements made during the past year
have been of tho most substantial na
ture, and their cost was nearly $200,-
000. Huge machines for drilling and
cutting iron in all conceivable manner
have been put in position and new onca
are on the way. The new engine housa
will soon lie in shape for the iua&siv
engine which u to furnish the motita
power for all thia machinery. Tha
new paint shop baa been shingled over
and all the shops which were under way
are now ready for the winter work.
Everybody is busy as possible ana cars
arc turned out with a rapidity that ia
astonbthing. Mr Curtia haa brought
everything into proper shape for active
and systematic work and the whole vasi
establishment moves like clockwork A
numW of other articles of machinery
are now on tlu road, among whkh, ia a
23,000 pouiul banimor.