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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1883)
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ESTABLISHED FUR THE DISSDIINATMN OP DEMOCRATIC PRWJIPLES, AND TO EARS AN XEST LIVING BV THE SW EAT OP OCR BROW.
EUXiKNE CITY, OR. 'SATURDAY,. APRIL 21, 1683.
$ZiO per year irUiYAKCE
tit Vnitit ' City 6u;ufl.
T. L. CAMPBELL,
publisher and Proprietor.
rflCE -On 'fit t'rt ' Willamette
",,1 between 8ovtuth and Eighth Street.
RATIOS OF Al) VKItTISIXO.
AWUemenU (aierted. wi follow. :
.OTrtr. 10 line, or 1, one iiuurtion IJ;
J, Jk ,,b!ieatent iuwrtion L Cash required m
TirVlVtUoM will be char-.-ed at the fob
ix muntb. , ' w
a " nue yP..... I. VJ
Trwuiont notiomin local column, 20ccut per
r.r each insertion. .
dT.rti.inir bills will rendered quarterly,
ill lh work mint be paih fob o i.nivEinr.
POSTOKFICK. , -
Hear. -" tu- t I P-B. H'.ielaT.
t" IJtriij. frolollw.jntl. .nl1eive nine ninth
."""" n...k mil llMWIlaYIIITm r.
f lull vilmnr after
... i I- I... .lultV.l V
' -tWr. hM be loft at tl.O uUicl-
JOT" tPArtEtis.n p.m.
Lnoi Vo Hi A. 8. and A. M
y"t. Vt a.4 Welm-nay. I" '
Kpitumn llrria Trowa Vo. 0 T. 0
T . VxxiU.MKKT Ntl. fl
th MnJ 1 WlneUy in month.
- w,t Nv 41. (4. A. K.-ww
$ MU on
jnrv4 . ':im:i.mI It.
i mor.iu. J'j
''A large- assortment of La
dies ami Chi Id reus J lose at
Cood Dress Goods at 12c
liest Coi'sct iri tdivn for oOc
An immense stuck of New
and Seasonable (Hoods'.
Fine Casluhcre in cVcry
Sew and Nohby styles fit
CLOT ILLY G
' - '..iw Vr.
iUlL By orJcrof J. M. Si.uas,
Minna sar BASUor Hok-MMh iI
V Church eviy San.lay nftn-nn :it 3:. A
Rl.nl.?. VLiifun nii. wloni".
isir.NiiH. M.'ttH tl;p
, i. HTRAH IS, Al ST.
u navtf, trees.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Lai
:)1 tlili St.itH. Ttn-y va H-,v-ii
t eollecti.m ml pwbats tr;
pncit-0vr W. K. ft CV Kxi" 'h "
kUiiKNH ("I TV.
I OITlca irii'.'rlV
(1:0. a r.HLLEi?,
Ileal Estate Agent.
&TJGEXK CITY, ' - - ')OV.
HfFICK-Two dnnra north of I'nst OTi'T.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
OlfiAJjoi-ilij Charles Rotd,
fETT DBUO OF HATr.O &al LUCf.
DR, JOHN NIC KLIN,
Physician, Siirj3D:i an J A:couchaur.
(Forrutvly of Y.v:uliill Coni'ty.)
IKSIDKSCE-Two Aw ""t"1 "f M- K-
DlLJOSWlf V. GILL,
W B 13 FOUNT) .Vf If W UF FICiJ or r
vJi'lwo? wlipn not irofeii':i.i'V viijuit.
Office at th'd
iWx o'Fncn i'iju'J fWiuc.
.KU(ienoe oii Eylifa .trosi, TP''t I'y
CR. E. G. CLARK,
(Graduate of the Pliila.lelhia IVntal Collf,v.)
JTUGENECITY, - - i:l"'N'
rtpVtf FlLLrXGS A Sl'ECIAITY.
VJT Artificial teeth.. n'in'leW or.ier lectU
titracte.1 without Vsiri. All MUJ r
ranted. Office- in brick buiulinj i
D. T; Pritchard,
WATCHMAKER ANO JEWELtt
-wirtKmsa or watches .sxp
XV CLOCKS enee-ited wit" j.uaciui.iv
al at a reaonable cmt
W.Iamette St., Eugene City, Oregon.
J. S. IUCKEY,
CTOcVs. Wacnes, Uiains, jeweiry, tic. , AVC Uv.. n.i Jeiry retired .nj
pairing Pamptlj Executcl. i,-
GTAII Work Warranted. J , ,., ,, t, v k . v " "" t;'
tl. J rth , , 4U, i
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Moirea n tiqu c Silks
Velvets in Colors.
TJierfihcst stock of '"French
ever brought to this place
BOOTS and SHOES
:n all grades.
of all descriptions.
hi b e ia I ' B i s co u h t to r
j.T!;oxu7:TiHiMi:x who i;i:i.pt . i:un.:) voni bridcikp. p.oaps axij
! SCH'JOIj JlOliSJyS, wli'ise intori. t- r.ru yimr intfii itii ! Ajc I'aviua'.untly l'.:itttl nun
ieml their jvn'iri ct limue. l'lie nolii e tV.at-
A V. ' PETER!
Fine Clunvot Hiirts. S3, 75 cts ml ?jl
Xew AssortniPiit Vrnk$ UonJ. Trah) 15,
.J uuil els.
Will iH.-11-.wada hi CASK t rrdSj' r.'icj.l pi Jv-cs, a: r.V ns ar.j otlicr CiSU STOKE,
3;4 Prints !t an 1 IS '. . . '. ,?1 Ofl
I'.ent Brown ami B'.juc'icl Mii' lius, 7, 8, 1, anil
n.ivl; an ! Brooki :wol ootfnii n cts ep P-.z. Ml,,ls. r,,,!,,.., sllil.., Rn(I 1rnwerB( f 0 ct
Plu:nu.l Milled FlrnneLi, 25, 3T tt.a'.i-l 60 Mcn.'Oveinliirtu, TfioH -and 81.' ,
rts- ' ' Ment Overalb, 50,63, W cU a 81.
V.'.vtM' Pmo , " fer.! "- Em!mM,.ri and Edin. at Fal.ulout Low
Fine Wbito Kiirt., 73 t. and f 1. . -( ; ' , l'ricts. . ...
And aM Other Cords ct Proportionate Rates.
Also the CjloViyd . ' . ' . ', , .
wn-riTic si?: .v-ingt' ArACHiNEi
V V:ttr for e'ri's-zth, mn: iuhI itumbititvl, At (rrofctljr rlweed rateR. .'
t3T To my old Ou3to!iu", win, bavi' '')d by mo no ,lwtr, I .will ruirtinne t- tell on Kan e
t"ra a- heratofore "n tims. but if at anv timn tliev wish to j!co CASH pnrnl asi", I w ill give
-.U !im; ar -rthers. the full credit on ir,y reduction A. V. PETF.P.S
THIS LlHUtlf AND Slf 0IPLKTK Tl'PB FIMRY ASb 1'filATIJU' WAJUi
H'UhE O.Y PAtll'lC (O.IST.
hiJLjl,ltt-0t CD u'riLi 9 Scotch Type FcuNorna.
05 -&207 Lc:ce:t!c: cl Ccrijncrcid teets,
Tn i' . ,
! :vrr. :
v .'."po ovrr J.cyJ r
riava c; ii:t'.- in- v n jiir- rr.'.-,M 1t;t.v.. into i.y B'o-ja.Cftaijtoa
Ci'Voi-jr I'renzf-H, A xuK'zcri: li!f 7, I"Xrin?u, H:rp'''liCoitlcn4ind
:ir.i'a3 Jo'irtjsrs, vyaJJp)ren r;sss.', cot ila-n w i.t3n I-aRlc. Cuai
Via talis ior p.ln.tiriM "f-icrJc IVator T'liirrj, Gca Tuicr Cutiot-s and a f-ill line o;
Saabem's oolcUlcra' tiaiilricry. Oi-r rtc'cllty RoUor CompcBttlon and Penrlosa
Printing Iaks are coualilerd Uia boat iu naa. Have yen used ear Perfection platea?
Tcey aave editorial work and compoutioa, and taerefore aave money. Send lor ear
BEMOIBER Ko Houie en thla Const eaa com pel c with a In Quality ef Good..
" " NUf.tJt TO JSiEtl1 0Vf!KS-
TOTICE IS HE11EBY GIVEN TO ALL
jS Slire ov-ueis tlmt thi-y niit thy their
.li'ecp a soon as hered 1L-' UJhKASKU 'J he
law uiak proviriou Uiat wlien me owner.
to do .,tiiiit the Inusctnr LaU cu it U bt
done t their ft p C(,AT;.
Sheep Ji,tiector for Lane Co, Or.
A W ' Watrlsf. d
BETTMW, G. Dry goodi. clothlns,
(fiWiii'i and irenernl iiiTchanitiM", wiuthwtut
comer WillaiuitU and Eighth atrreU
BOOK STOKK-One do. rith of the Aatnr
Hcuie. A full t.)cli of awi'kd box pa j vera
plain and fancy.
CHAIN BKOA-DealtT in Jewelry, .Watch-CIih-U.
and Muaical Iiutrvmuntn Wll-
lamette .treet. between Sevcuth aJil Eighth.
CAT.I.ISON", K. G.-Deah-rln crocenc, ro
rUioni, country imHluce.OiiiiitHl tfnoriii.book.,
Utionerv, ti, MutbwiMt onrner Willamette
and Uth Ma.
POKUIS, K F.-Dcaler In Stove, and Tin
waro-U'illamette .treet, between .Suveiith
FBI EXULT. .8. H.-Denlcr In" dry pods,
clothing ami seqernl tin-rvhan-lirc illam
ette .trect. between Eighth and Ninth.
GILL, jf. P. Flivsielan, Snnreon and Pnip
t, frtftoffic. Willoniett. "eet, betwcee
teeenth and Eichth. . .
HEXIKTCKS, T. G.-l)eoi in reneral mer
ch.uidi. northwiat crruer Willamette and
HODES, C Keep, on hand fne winea, liq
otn, cigar, and a poi-1 ami billiard tablo;
Willaniflto .treot, between Eighth and
IIOIIX, CHA3. M. C"iiinitli. Eifle. ar..i
nhot'K'in, breech and inualo binders, fur aait
liepairiii!; dune in the n.-atrt stylo ud war
rantod. tlrtiii:on vtli street. .
LL'CKEY, J. S. Watchmaker and Jeweler;
keep, a tine ttoek of goods in In hue, illaoi
ette street, in Ellsworth', drug btore.
unlcii:an llumette .tract, between hightli
PATTEKSOX, A. S.-A fino .took of plain
and fancy visitiuii oeru..
PKESTON'. WM.-nenlerin oad.ilerv. Hr-
nesK, Carriaito Triminini;. etc. Willamette
street, between Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICE -A n x stock of vtnndard
school bookb jimt recuieed lit the poat olliee.
KEX-SHAW. WlLt-Wioea. Lhiuors. and Ci-
pars of the bet quality kept constantly on
hand. I he liest lullum! table In town.
KmXKIIAKT. J. House, .lun and car-
riaje pointer. Woik ir arantced first class.
Stock sold nt knrur rate, than by biiyono in
ST. CHAULES HO'IEL-Chailes Taker,
.ro;irietpr. 'I he best, Hotel in the city.
Corner Willamette ami Ninth streets.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES -A larse and varlid
asaortuient of slate, of all sizes, and quantities
of .date, and .1 te books, 'three door, noith
of the MpreM nHloo. ' '
WALTON, J. J.-Altomey nt I.sw.. Oflicu
WiUamette ftroct, between Seventh aud
The MonopoliNta' Ilrnvra on Earth.
W SI '. "l
rci'i , '
IloCior-a Lie ni:d Tlyslclruu
n 13 t;ot r'ARCOTiz.
tlio VorJd'a proat l'aiii-IIc-ucviiis
romedlcfi. They heal,
siiulLo au.l curo llurnn,
Ihoum.itlsui v.ium Jlan, ami
f";:r;i!its, C'.iMu r.itd Lameness .
.rpo:i I'c.ikIs. Cheap, quick
and reliable. '
CscCoi, C'raoiilIu I'iu3 is to
IlcaJ, Totlil ITrcaUi, Cocfacca,
end r.ry Catarrhal Comilnlnt,
cna to ertcpiulnhtod ly Wol "o
Irloycr's Cntnrrh Cure, a Coaatl-t-t!unnl
AntMoto, "by Alitovy-
ion. T,o rao'.t Jmnni'tant Die
cover? elnoo VROclaatioru
Muslca) instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
. bJEALEB lit
Groceries oJ Provisions,
ill keep on band a ytn tu aa.ortment of
(iroccr!t., Provjiiioiia, Cured Muit", .
'J'ol acuo, Cigars, Caii'lirs,
Candle?, tioaps, Notioua,
Green and I'ried Fruit,
ood and lllow V are. ,
Crockery, Etc. ;
Bnainew will cniducte'l on a j
CASXd Jiii I
. Wlfeh tricaru that
Lew Prices are Established j
Guotf. dclirtrtd vilhonUtargt to Cbjm i
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE VVANTLt '
,t which we will ray the li-htm.iil et
prie. JA' U PAOK I
- BYjiiPTOMU OF A
Tjos. of Arpt!l;, Bowel, cottira. Pain In
the Head, vitn a (iull enn. tion in the
hH-?k net, r'u.n m-jcr the Hhouldor
blude, fallness nSer f,.vmrr, with a dinio
clmntlnn to exavl'ou ( bouy or nlti'1,
Imtubil tr oi iwnp.:. Ik v spTits, with
a feeniKt of having n fr'.ct d romeduty,
vvcari hh, Uirti ne-. i"ii,ttnrln Bt tlio
Iteait, Dotsbrlo o tho hu, Vei;ow bkin,
Mea(ia!no (ren'O y teer t'.o rigiit eye.
iiusile'sno-.a, T:t:i tUul ill Uib, highly
cuiuroa Urine, uad
TTTT'.'i Pll.l.'iiiie r:-trcially stlaptrd to
aueli cn04, ooeilo.u t . rts tui li a cbauge
of feellnK a. fo ntot i' li the soflere r.
Tlii-r Iner fiiw ll- 4j.pt.llfy and cure the
b-vly u 'Ink n i l'.-,t. unit i; " sytti-m I.
nn.irl-l.vti. n I i,y Votiif llo f.n th
IHirmitve Orxmn. Itiv-.lr-r Him.U ap-pro-duetl.
."Sun a-t., S. T.
urn . . , , , i , i - : !- im
TOTT-3 m mi
Hi ack iy uirupj.l:- ,1! niml 1vi;. I' 'ni
frti a ii.tnrj y, i . lii-iAui.i't.)--l. sl l
y htmz its .- ffr.t tt-M (-I r--i'4 ol il.
(- tr. TI'iT itil- of fVcf - f .aM rrf j
New York Graphic.)
I'lniik flint "The public l-o d n!"
Planlc nccond Tax ererylhihg nd
Tlaiik third Corner evcrytliing.
Raisollio prices of all nfcesnarirn.
Plank fourth Lower wagr-n and tax
pr vert j.
Motto on all public officers and over
c!iurcli, hclionl and lionpital doors: "Tlio
public be dnl" ... .., ,
Inserlibn of (he winie. on American
sliitld in place of "E riuribus Unum."
ft action popular rates of extortion
as levied ly the Human Enjoyment
Monopoly Company. . , i
Bwf, 50 cent-1 por pound,
Prcad, 23 cents per loaf. '
Matolica, 2 cents apiece. '
Fares on surface and elevatbd roads
doubled every three months.
Lalwrers' wages, 75 cents per day
with downward tendency.
lieu t s, nothing within four walls,
no matter liovv small, for less than $5
Water, S cents a gallon. Croton
For painting onn's house, $25.
For not painting it, $50.
For privilege of sending children to
school, flO, "
For not sending them, $20.
For goirg to church, 50 cents per go.
For not going, II per not go.
For putting on each clean white
shirt, 10 cents.
For not changing twice a week, 50
Flannel shirts, 5 cents.
For the privilege of voting, $l a
For not voting, 12 fine.
The public bo -if they do and le
worse if they don't.
For cutting onn's hair, 10 cents.
For not cutting it, 20 cents.
For enjoying oneself under any cir
For not- enjoyiiig oneself under ainii-
!ur or clherwit,n circumstances, $2.
Sneezing, taxed at the rale of 5 cents
per sneeze. ,
Coughing, 1 cent a cough. .
Breathing, 11 vo breaths for 1 cent
Seats in the. Legislature.', $10,000
In Congress, 50,000. '
Cost of ftlnta ' Governorships, horn
$20,000 to $200,000. '
, Dittri of nomination to the Tresi
Taxes as follows : For carrying a
jack-knife, 2"ecnts a month. Wearing
a silk hat, 5 cents a )uirter. Air for
athinj, 10 cents per ' cubic foot.
Sunshine, from 10 to 25 cents per day,
according to area shone upon and gra
dation of tKiiipcrtttu're. .' ' (
Rain water, oil caught without per
mission of the Ilain and Cloud Fur
nihliiim. company, subjects the oireuder
to film and imprisonment......
Confided of Munltr.
Giftnniiii, the Italian murderer who
killed one of his partners, Ricca, near
Capo Horn, has been on trial at Van
couver, W. T., for two days and was
con vicled Friday night, of murder in
the lirst degree, the penalty for which
is death. The circumstances of the)
murder have been related. Giaunini,
Count Candianni and Ricco were oper
ating ft potato sugar, near Cape Horn.
Ricco came up missing one day and
Giunniui said he had come to Portland.
Ricco's body was afterwards found in
the timber, and thn several different
stories told by Giuuiiini pointed him
out as the murderer, property ot the
oiurdere.l man being found on the ac
cused, confirming the cliarge, Giau
nini is a young man, but is reported a
member of a band of brigands in his
na'ive country. ; It was a wieked, cold
blooded murder for the purpose of roli-lwry.
Progrru of thr- Cunnf.
' It is stated, by the son of Count D
Lesseps, who has just arrived at New
York from Panama, that 7000 lalioren '
are in the company's employ and less
than 3 per cent of them are on the sick
list. The preparatory work hat now
occupied two years of the seven yean
in which the great ditch was to I? com
pleted from ocean to ocean, according
to the views of De Lrsspps, in 1881,
They allowed two years then for Hi is
preparatory -Work, wtiuli included, tho
practical surveys, clearing away , tree,
brush, rubbish, building houses for the
workmen, securing tools, provision, ,
dredges, hospitals and medicines. Now'
at the beginning of the third year, thsj
company is entering on the work of
dredging, digging am) blasting, with a
fair prospect -of 'coinploting the vhol
job nt the end live years from dat
At this timn the whoU?f xpenses of the -company
are estimated, t $550,000 per
month, or S6,600;t'?a year. This inr
probably apart f rem the cost of th
dredging machines. When these bcgi&
operation at both ends the expensef
will lie increased. At tho very highest)
and allowing an average of $550,000
a month for the two years of pre para- ;
tory operations, the company cannot
have expended to date more, than $13,
200,000, probably not $10,000,000 ex
clusive of dredging machines and eon
tracts for future, work to bo done by.
the contractors. From those cold facts,
there does not seem to bo any gooil '
ground for the damaging assumption;
that the canal, fully completed, ' will
cost anything like the enor.noua esti
mates mado by its enemies, the trans
continental railway'directors, In fact
there is reason to believe that it can b
done for less than $100,000,000, cer
tainly less than $120,000,000. The
present assets of the company amount
to $85,000,000, $00,000,000 of it cap
ital stock nearly up to par and 25,
000,000 fjr the Panama Railroad pur.
chase. When Mr. Appleton sayi thai
not one-half of the capital stock hat
leen exhausted, he piobably include
in the amount spent a vast deal of ma-i
chinery aud material purchased for fu7
, Mr. UiirrU' Buck Par.
A Washington correspondent aayt
that a very good story of back pay it
told by ex-Representative Harris, of
Virginia.' , ''I voted against the Wll,
said lie, "but I took tl.e money. When
I was up for re-election : they . threw it
Up nt me on the stump. I told thorn
liiat I hud tried to beat tho bill, tut
had taken the money, yet I thought
(.hut they would forgive me when they
heard what I hud doue with it . 'I
took that money down into Virginia,'.
said I, 'and gave it to a poor.,woman
with seven children, and I told., her toi
use it for herself and the children, and
the thing is not a bit worse because;
that woman is my wife,' I don't think
that I lost a vote by that back-pay bus
iness. , .
What are funny men going to start!
next! Spoopendyke is worn thread-,
bare; the Oil City Derrick's travesties,
on Bhakspeare are dead; the bottom
has fallen completely out of them; the
Chicago Tribuno man's novelottet are
growing wearisome; Peck's bad boy,
still holds out, but his lamp is waxing, '
fainter. What will l.e tho next tide
splitting lino of thought 1 We wish
we knew, for wo would gladly offer it
(or sale to the first journalistio harle
quin rich enough to purchase the lux?
, Whenever an European power inea
to wreak its spite upon tho United.
Ktates it debars our pork and tend uu
its socia'uts and cranky agitators, . Tha,
taldes should be opened upon' them, in.,
part, at least, if they won't have our,
Congressman Hurd of Ohio expresses
his intention to introduce a new tarifF, pork they should le made to keep thoir
bill as soon an Congress meets which pranks at home, if they have to hang
altolmhe the tax on raw materials, pro
poses revenue dutiet upon all articles
of luxury not produced iu this country,
and a gradual reduction of duties until
the highest duty is only 20 pr cent.
That is just the kind of tariff bill the
country needs, and should be promptly
theio to keep them. Standord, - -
' 1 , t
President Arthur is now on a. visit;,
to Florida, recuperating from, hit lalor
in attending dinners and reception,,
When last heard from he had dodgeyj
Sunday school picnic and gone fishing
j for black '.aw.