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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1882)
tyllOLE NO. 777.
'fkt (Sagm City Cuard
Publisher and Proprietor.
f. OrriCE-Oa tint Et .f WilUmetM
Ntreet Between Deveuia ana cicmn streets.
. . , , QVtL OHLT
eVTlS OF ADVKKTIS1NQ
A J ta faai!rtd a. fallnwa'f
A uuiri. li li.M or less, an. inses-tiita
ck isss.qu.at iucrtio f L Cub requirsd
MVIIH. . . ,
Tin advertisers wlH be ckarred at tke
Jtwlaf rate :
TOs . tare saaiitns $G
" aU laoatb...... I
" ' " y.ar .. 12
Tread. eetices in local eeUau, 2 oaats
A4tiiil bills will be rendered quarterly.
I AH ea wora miisfc u. raiw run un ir.i.ivini
li. ' i
. vfln. Bran -Fmm T oi. ta I p. at. Bual.fi
.... . a. ..
kt.il irrita from th. Mth and leare. (Win aorth
l a. B. ArriTe. freia th. north and lean, going
. tth t l.JJ ' F.r Hiuisl.w, Franklin and long
'I . . U7.U. Vnt r'rr.in1..
L .SB. CM" -. "-".- -
Utter, will b. ready (or delivery half n hour afUr
.t.TiTal .1 testa, leif.n. .noma o reiv . mi vum
,.rW ';X'JiTTER80S Fit
Rt.aea lraea we li. , r. aaa a.
Ktiu tiat aal Ultra WsttMsdar. la each
Brsxctrt Html Txaaa No. t I. O
iO.T. HeeU.Try Towday mia.
aU .a ta. It ana Itti w aaKia7. in wau.
--.Jl.'Yin .Vn IV A O. XT. W.
Mau at Msiiie Hall tna eecoad and fourth
I7idyitaaclittoMn. i .
J. M. 6l6a. M. W.
v in ft A. H aferti
at Haaoaii Hall, the firat ad third Friday, of
I ntouUL. ly orucr,
ns ronin Vhievdr. Meets the
rt and third Saturday vniiu.i at Maanuic
Jiall. By oriler ot i. a'- "
l M. ITaAHAir, ALBANY.
U BILTEU, EUGENE.
8TUAHAW & OILVEU,
Attorneys and CoOnsellors at Law,
..inn. 1 1 nix1; W
.i rripi? TV AI T. THE TOUKT3 OF
J? tliii SUte. They pv p;il attention
U enllactioni aad probate matteni. .
0rci-Ovr W. V. k Co.'a Expret. affile
Ceo. S. Washburne,
kUfiENK CITY, - OREGON
fTlce foroierly accBpied fcy Tuoasfwon 4
ttha. . jyoni3
GEO. M. MILLER,
iattornjj and Ceunssllcr-at-Law, and
Meal Estate Agent.
tUGENECITY, - - - OREGON,
bFFIOK-Two door north of Port Office.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
Office Adjoining ( CharlcJ Hotel,
OK AT THE
SZW 8T0ES Or HATES aad WCSXT.
A. I. N ICKLIH, M. D.,
Phjsician and Surgeon.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
, Offica in Underwood' brick, over the Ex
rM office. jM-w
DR. JOHN NI C KLIN,
hjiician, Surseon and Accoucheur.
(Form.rly of Yamhill Connty.)
Residence-Two door outh of m. e.
DR JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BB FOUKD AT HIS OFFICE or re
idenoa when not professionally engaged.
Offioe at tha
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Rarident on Eitfhth itreet, oppoaite rrenby
DR. E. G.CLARK,
braduata af the Philadelphia Dental Coile.)
EUGEKE CITY, - OREGON.
STAVING PURCHASED THE DENTAL
1 office of Dr. L. M. Davia, 1 am prepared
da aU kiii. of work in my profession.
D. T. Pritchard,
WATCHMAKER AKO JEWELER.
T EPAIRIKG OF WATCHES AND
J.V CLOCKS executed with punctnality
and at a reasonable coL
Willamette Eugene City, Oregon.
J. S. LGCXEY.
CTocks, Wacnes,' Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptl Executed.
faV0'rta' i Col V brfck WiEmM at t
ESTABLISHED FOR THE
' A large assortment of La-
ies arid Childrens Hose at
Good 'Dress Goods at 12c
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immen'se stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
Liberal Discount for
New Departure ! !
rATf:ONIZK THE MEN WHO HELP T
L ni uuijL. nuu&i.?, wlioms mtfrei are
pend their profits at hoifio'. Tuke notice that.
ill ell goods for cAsh at irraatly wduced prices, as low as any other CASH STORE,
Best Prints lb and 18 yards.
Rest Brown and Bloached Muslins, V, 8, 9, aiitf
Clarks and Brookn spool cotton 75 cts per Dos.
Plain and Milled Flrnnels, 25, 3T: 4C and 50
Watar Pron , ccr.ta
Fino White Shirts, 75 cts and $1,
And all Other Coeds at
Abo the Celebrated '
- ' - m ' - ... ' -V..-. M--A. J .
1 A, . . I . . ... .... .... , .
ione wiwr mr vrep(fin, sie, anu nraoiutyi, it greatly reiiuoen rates.
W To my old Customen, who hvetool by mo so 1 mg, I will continue ti tell' on same
t 'rros as heretofore on tim, but if at any time they wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
all sm, as others, th full credit on my rcductiuu A. V. PETERS
Robinson & Church
SHELF& HEAVY HARD WAKE
BcslSelccled Stock in Orejrna!
KOTICE TO SHKP OVIIEBS.
TOTK'E IS HEREBV GIVEN TO ALL
S - Sheep owners that they nuixt dip their
sheep as soon as sheared IK DISEASED. 'I b
Iw makes provisions that when the owners fail
t dn so, that the Insjiector shall cause it to b.
done at their expense.
S D. COATS,
Sheep Inspector for jin Co, Or.
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, (.locks, and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. Northwcss eorov of Willamette
and Eighth str-eta.
frrTTTO TJ S TJ T may hf f-wiiKl tm (lie t fi
AAlAkJ A ttl AjA y. lu.w-,1 av,a '
wis. af UMi or w Is "i.. iOK-L.
MSSESIJUTIM OP DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES, IXd 10 E1M IN HONEST LIVING BY THE
EUGENE CIlY, OR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER H,
A GENERAL j&
OF m i GOODS
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
Hie finest stock of French
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and SHOES
of atl descrivtions.
MlUILDYOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
your inturesU I An pmrntiii'Mly located nun
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 60, 75 eta and $L
New Assortment Dress Goods (No Trash) 15,
20 and 25 cts.
Mens' Underwent, Shirts and Drawers, CO ct
Mens' OvershirU, 75 cts. and ?1.
Mens' Overalls, 50, 05, 75 ots and 81.
Embroideries and Edgins at Fabulmi Low
HAVE FOR saU
at the LOWEST
. NAILS, ROPE
t Etc., Etc.
We invite an exam
(nation of our good
confident that o
stuck will suit th
In Dorris' Brick Building,
Will keep on hand a general assortment of
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats,
Toraouo, Cigars, Candiea,
Candle., Soaiis, Notions,
Green and Dried Emits,
Wood and Willow Ware.
Business will be conducted on a
Which mean that
Low Prices .are established'
Coodi deliwtiJ viihoDt cbarge ta' Bajn
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE"WANTtC !
v , . , . . . ... . .
' wiu jt in. , hlffies; msnjt'
ptiot. LYN.': 4 PAG J
PiKTTMAN, G. Dry 8o,h!., clothing,
gtocene. and general niT.'liii(lie, uutliweat
corner Willamette and Eighth treU.
t!OOK STORK-On d.wr a.ith of th Alitor
Houm. A full stock of assorted box pnin-rs
plain and fiuiey.
CRAIX llROS-rValcr In Jewelry. Wat.
, Clocks and Musical Iustruiuint-Vi.
.. lainstta rtrect. between Seventh and Eighth.
CALLISON. R. .O.-IWer In envenea, pro
visions, country produce, canned good. .books,
stationery, etc., southwest comer Willamette
.' and IHh Sta.
D(JRK1S, R F.-Doalor In Stoves and Tiu
ware Willamette street, lctwen Sovknth
FRIENDLY, 8. H.-IValer In drv irmxl..
tj.il.inj and K'&.nil nicrchan line Willani
street, between Eighth aud Ninth.
GILL, J. P. Phynlcian, Surtreon aud Druif
jfi.t, Postofliee, Willamette reet, bctwetn
Seventh and Kik'litlu
HENDRICKS, T. G.-Dealci In peneral mer-
ciianuiiienoriiiwesx corner illniuett and
Ninth streets. ,
HODES, C. Keeps tm hand fine wines, llq'
ur, cixnr. aim a mm anu uiiimru taule:
WilUiuetta treet, letweeu Kixhth aud
HORN, CHAS. M.-Ounsmltb. Kifles ar.J
shot'it'tins, breech and muule loaders, for sai
RepsiriiiK' done in the neatest style and war
ranted. Shop on i'th street
LYNCH, A Groceries, iirovtslons. fruits, veir
.is me., eic, miiamiiw smtt, nrst door
soutn ot rostoltice.
LUCKEY, J. S. -Watchmaker and Jeweler;
keeps a nil. stock oi roihI lu liU hue, Willam
ette street, in r.llnwortn s ilruif store.
McCLAREN, JAMES -'Uol.-e, wines, Ihiuor.
mm a a in im
OSHiniN & CO.-Dealer. iu drmnt. medicines.
cnemlcals, oils, ttlnts, etc. illninvtta sU,
opxsite a. i narles iiotet
PATTERSON, A. S. A fin stock of plalu
ami incy visiting csms.
PRESTON. WM.-Deitler In Raddlerr. line.
ness, I smaK-e IriuiminKS, etc. illamett
street, between boventh and hifhtli.
POST OFFICE-A new stock of standard
. school books just received at the post ollice,
RENSHAW. WM.-Wlnes. Llnuors. and CI
cars ot the best quality kept constantly ou
hand. The best billiard table iu town.
REAM, J. R. Undertaker and building con
tractor, mruer n Uluinutte and beventu
81 CHARLES HOTEL Charlas Pa-
ksi, prietress. Th best Hote ill th
Ity. or ner Willamette and Niuth streets
SCHOOL SUPPLIES-A WKo and varied
assortment of slates of nil sizes, and quantities
oi slstcs ami slate-books, lhrv doors nurth
of tbe exitress otiice.
WALTON, J. J.-Attomey at-Law. Office
W illamett stiact, between Sevvutb and
Jvaya Curos and noTor dlsap
volnts. Tlio world's ffrcat Pain"
ilollover fur Una and Bea.t,
Choap, qalck and reliablo,
PITCH Elt'S CASTOUIA
Is not Narcotic. Children
grow fut upon. Mothers like,
aud riiyHiclans recommend
Bowels, cures "Wind Colic,
allays Fevcrlshncss, and de
WEI SE MEYER'S CA
TARRH Cora, a Constitutional
Antldotai for this tarrlblo mala
sty, by Absorption. Th most
Important Discovery slnoo Vao"
sanation. Other remedies mar
relieve Catarrh, this enree at
any stage before Consumption
STRIPTOMS OK A
Iom of A ppetite, Bowels cost'... Fain In
the Head, witi a null sensation iu tba
back part. Pain umler the Should. r
blade, fullne. after eatinp, with a disin
clination to exertion cf body or n ind.
Irritability of tompi-r. Low spirits, witu
a feolmi? of haviiis ck1pcI d tomaduty.
Weariness, ltix.ins, I lutrenoir at the
Heart, Dot before tJie araa, Y.tiow Skin,
Headache cenern ly ever tb riht eve,
Bestlessnass, witb ttful di Xua, high
eolured linno, and
1111 '.S I'lLLSarraperiullvadniptedte
oehras., iietlss. fdffl. sack chaage
I foeltns; a. la tnrlh the Html,
Ther urreue IS'trrrlif.1"' rmi: th.
brry In Take on ffl'. .i-ns the i.,fai I.
Moariahetf. an. I i.f u--r Tmle Arttia . th.
sMrrativ. Sta-cui. awt )-. Siwh w r"
CiwttL Vrtirm 1 ee.ilt. Mtrri7 A. Wa
turns mm W,
Our H.IS on Witt. rhsnrM lCrwT
iilsCK Of .WliTlrp.i,ruir.nrrir.'. W, Jnir-
Crl, a ahOlnU rl'f. hrts f .,.i(4n!wi.(U.ty. --M
f LnrurTUi.. we tout by et- ua 'pi-f ?l.
Ames, ss mi kt srr.. nr. fr iokk.
(S. TITT-. ! ,L rf.ilnM. lrBM M ,
(M MUM MM I LU w. y.H.n. j
ha. rTWTrpo ffft
'iiwnrli If I k -i it emuf
SWE1T OP b BBOtf.
Chinese property holders pay taxes
onH,000 in Grout county.
, The Pocahontas mountains, near Ba-
pr city, am covered with snow.
Apples sell on tne trees at Coe,
Union county, for 1$ cents por pound
Denton county's assessment is $13,
59C lower than last year, and reaches
W asliington county assessments will
be 1 100.COO mors than last year's as
John Umphrey, living on Oak creek,
t.iun county, lias had seven horses to
die within the past year.
During the past month 1170 tons of
whi-at. wore reeeivod at Oregon City,
and 21 CI tons of Hour shipped.
0. V. Sinitli, living near Island
Qity, sold his potato crop of 20,000
pounds for one cunt per pound.
By tho financial exhibit of Baker
county, its outstanding warrants and
interest amount to 829,391 CG.
Sorgliam mills are grinding and
large quantity of superior syrup will
be made in Jackson county this full.
A Chinamen while at work in tun-
iml No. 3, was instantly kiNud last
Monday by a bank caving in. I'luin
The number of hogs that are now
being put in shape for tho market in
Jackson county is larger than ever
Clias. Wade, of Clackamas, shows in
Oregon City, two potatoes of the Bur
bank seedling variety, which weigh 2
aud 3 pounds each.
Iho Baker City Reveille says: The
Short Line Company have advertised
iu Hailey for 200 men to work on the
road at $2 50 per day. .
The tax levy of Baker county is 24
mills. The JHn value of taxable
property in the county is 11, 034,886;
T. W. Allen was drowned oa last
Thursday in tho Tualatan, river, says
tho Tribune. The accident was causud
by trying to swim the river in pursuit
of a cow.
There is a grand total of 67,991
sheep reported to the assessor of Grant
county. Thrsd are divided among 57
owners, and range in bands o' from
COO to 351)0.
O. C. Perkins and Win. HeflVon have
rented the Iteed hotel in Salem, and
will hereafter conduct the hotel busi
ikhs at that place, for which they are
eminently titled. Plaindcalor.
Nathan Price, of Milton, has QUO
acres of summer fallow which ho will
seed this fall. With an ordinary sea
son lie will raise 30 buHhela to the acre,
or in tho aggregate, 27,000 bushels.
The contract for caring for the Grant
county poor until the first of next July
has been let to Dr. Ashford for
687 50. There was but ,ope other
bid, that of Dr. Howard, who estimat
ed his services at $900,
The total tax levy for Grant county
this year is 23 mills; 16 mills for
county purposes, 4 mills for general
State tax, 1 mill for insane asylum,
one-half for payment of Indian war
bonds and three mills for school tax.
Tbo rate is ir'p'ctly the same as it was
The blackleg in causing heavy loss to
cattlemen in Lake county now. Calves
are dying from it in tho Langrell val
1 y, Sprague river, Lost river and other
suctions, and it will no doubt reach
every band of cattle in the country
before it has run its course, says the
Ths number of passengers carried
from San Francisco to Portland and
Puget Hound ports on the steamers of
tho Oregon Railway and Navigation
and Pacific Coast steamship companies,
from July 1, 1881, to July 1, 1882,
was 36,899. The number of the cor
responding period of the preceding
year was 25,235. The nuraW of pas-
Tigers carried from the same ports to
.San Krancisce during the same years
were, in 1880 81, 13,596, and in 1881-
82, 18,590, showing an increase of in.
ward over outward travel of 2"X948 iu
the to years named.'
$2.50 per year IN ADYANCt
Our Minister to
The appointmen of William Wal
dorf Astor as Minister to Italy recalls
some very interesting incidents in ths
history of that ycung man's political
career. Ho has aspired for political
honors for some time, and about a yjar
ago was nominated, for .Congress, an
event that delighted him beyond
measure. All the Astors, indeedf we'ri
happy at tho thought of getting ths
family name on , Hit Congressional
record Who could say that William
Waldorf might not some day become a
great statesman! The family pridt
was so tickled, in factthat the head
was knocked out of the family barrel
a proceeding most remarkable, when it
is known that the head in ths Astor
barrel is usually hooped down tight,
Mr. Astor looks like a young man who
, i ...
woum preier tne amusements ot fasty
ionablelifo to political honors, in which
respect he differs from Perry Belraontj
who is grave and "dignified. Well,
when tho campaign opened he went
personally into the canvass with the
enthusiasm and industry of a ward polls
tician, He cut a ludicrous figure your
gentleman politician always does. At,
tired scrppuloustly from his hat to bis
boots, ho haunted rum-shops on the
east sido, and tossed off glasses of,
brandy-and-water with cart-drivers,
'longshoremen and dustmen. Of course
the rum iu these groggeries was wile)
stutr to go down a delicate gullet, but
our political fledgling displayed a hero.
ism of which his friends never dreamed
him capable. Whenever the Mulaooly
Association of the St, Patrick's
Biothorhood would give a halt, out
friend went He made friends tf the
young bucks who had left their carta;
hackstands and stables to have a eight,
of dissipation, and paid bills at the bar
with astonishing liberality. The coun-,
try candidate, tries to win his way to
popular favor by kissing the babies and
bestowing sweetmeats on tile children.
Our friend, actuated by a similar
motive, sought introductions to the
plump Irish girls, and whirled then
through the intricacies of the waltr
The poor fellow was not accustomed to
such courso clay (tor Mary, the house-
!.l 1 I . i
mam, or xriuge, me coo a, does not
have a sweet breath), but he went,
through it all, defiantly holding his
nose aloft. All the young women so
honored wero delighted, and pronounced
Mr. Astor a "foine gintleman." But J,
think the young men could not have
been won over by his condescension,
for our friend wasigiymiiuioualy louttd
at tho polls. Whorefore all this dia-('
comfort at the balls and of the vile,
brandy went for nothing. After the,
election Mr. William Waldorf Astor
sank into obscurity, piqued and humili
ated, and might have remained in this
condition for years to come had not
l resident Arthur (for good reasons
known to himself ) lifted him out of it.
N. Y. Cor. of Argonaut.
iienttiaol Scbwatki Iwiudlei
Astonan: When Lieut, Frederick.
Schwatka, Third calvary, came tq
wasmngion .territory, under orders to
joint . the staff of Gen. Miles at Fort
Vancouver, he gave a power of attor
ney to Win. P. ..Hansoom to collect
from the paymaster eeneral 11225.'
Failing in accounting from Hanscorav
Schwatka had his attorney arrested and
disgorged $1,000. Under the statutes
in force in the district, no criminal suit
mU kM CI,-.,!..'. t- l
hviu, mil. ii-.lk. , vnij .rouieu,
is by ci vil suit The money was of the.
sum appropriated by Conprens near the
end of its last session to make np to
Schwatka his full army pay during the
time he was absent on the Franklin
search expedition in the Arctio regions.
' i i , i
Payinu His First Bill It is said,
among the firs things after married,
life begins are the bills, and we suppose,
it was this piece of information which
deceived a countryman who, with his
bride, stopped at a hotel the other day.!
1 1 dinner, when the waiter presented
a bill of fare, the young man inquired,
"What's that?" "liil! of fare, sir," re-,'
plied tho waiter. The countryman,
took it into his hand, looked inquir-,
inglyat his wife and then at tho waiter
and finally dived his hand inp hi
pocket and inquired, ' How much i