Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1887)
ESTABLISHED FOR THE DISSEMAT103 OF BEMCRATIC PRINCIPLES, i TO EARN M HONEST LIVING BY THE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
zra-m i -s.-i
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY. AUGUST 27, 1887.
Ill IS! S
.. 82 SO
,nrtion $L CVu required
horti wiU ' chRr,e,, ftt t'"B fo1'
rte: ,lU .' ?ii Ofl
three months - )Q
itn ,ix mouths ,200
'fiicesln local" cluum, 20 cents
Wish , ...
M'M, "" nZredUre.l ..uarterly
C. M. COLLIER.
YEU & COLLIER
tomeysnd Counsellors at Law,-
vvr.V.SR CITY, OREGON.
rtfU stU.. Will K!-v - i-t.euti.ra
IjtillH Mill lnlM ..it..-.-
,-.-Over Hendrick 4 Lakin bank
CEO. B. D9RRIS,
omcv and Counsellor-
... tnium? TV THE COURTS
11,1, rn"'" ' .n i ,,1 in
of the Second .iuuil-iui -
,,-me Court of this State.
jTtteutiou given t,. collection and
in in nrobate
shburne As Woodcock
vr... of TV - - - OREGON
TC E At the Court 1 1 otwe. i y8m3
8. V. COWHlN.
)NDON & DORRIS
:FVE CITY. - - - OKKGOX
Lick -Over Itnliiuwm & Church's hardware
Irny ani Ccuns-Uor-at-Law, and
i Real Estate Agent
SKXECITY, - OREGON,
IT Ice formerly occupied by Thompsons
J. E. FENTGN,
edalatteution given to Real Estate Tmc
and Abstracts of litle.
iifici Over Grange Store.
OUR IUG STOCK
See our remarkably complete and elegant I
Dew stocK at me
HATii OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES
Suits Made to Order, Fits Guaranted,
No TROUBLE to SHOW Goods.
J. W. CHERRY, Walton's Brick.
Our stow liuiMing no!d, nwl us vn slmll have to movn into
in the ni'ir futurp, wi luvn (lnUTmiiiPcl to close out our entire stock RE
GARDLESS OF COST.
We have in Htock the finest selection of ;;oodn HUitaiile for llolidiiy pres
....... . t... .,.. ,i ;., iu n;in
film iu "n iuuiiii in im vnj.
Diamonds, Gold watches, Gold
chains, Silver JFlated ware,
Jewelry, Notions and
Albums Scrap Books Autograph Albums,
. . . .si r i
Christmas ana new Tears arus,
And an endless variety of nice goods-Call and see.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
A Common Cold
In often the beginning of utIous affco-,
tions of the Throat, Uronchlul Tubes,
and Lung. Therefore, the. iispsrtanco
of early and offoctive treatment cannot
be owrestlinatod. Ayer' Cherry roc-
toral may alwava be relied upon for tho
, speedy cure of a Cold or Conh.
T.AHt. .Tnmmrv T wjia AttAi'kiHl wltll.A
severe Otild, which, by ncglrct and fro.
onent exiHisures. became worne, llnally
nettling on ir.y lungs. A terrible cough
soon followed, aA'comnanii'd by pain in
the chest, from which I sullered lutenso-
ly. After tfing various remedies, wiin
oe o'tai"(-ug n-liof, I commenced taking
A (H cuerry i-eeiorui, uuu was
I am satisfied that tlds remedy saved my
life. Juo. Webster, l'awtucket, It. 1.
T Artntraptntl A aftvent mill. WlllCa
suddenly developed into rueunionia,
nratntiniv iltllliT.irnll find nlMttuiltH
symptoms. My physiclnn ordered tha
use of Ayer'a Cherry 1'octornl. Hi
structlous were louoweu, ana ino result
was a rapid ami permanent cure.
II. E. Stimpson, Rogers l'rairle, Tex.
Tuta tr.an mm T anfTumil frmn A snvero
Cold, which settled on my Lungs. I con
sulted various physicians, and took tho
n,..U.iln.ia , 1 1 1 riiiri lut.l lint. VW.VA1
UKUIIjIUV. HIUJ J-H.n i.w.i, .......
only temporary relief. A friend induced
me UJ vry Aver a vnerry i ii iorui. aiht
taking two bottles of this medicine I was
cured. Since then I have given tho l'oe
toral to my children, and consider it
The Best Remedy
for Colds, Coughs, and nil Throat and
Lung diseases, ever used in my family.
Hubert v anuorpooi, lueuuvmu, in.
Some timo ago I tixk a slight Cold,
which, being neglected, grew worse, and
settled on my Lungs. 1 had a hacking
cougn, ana was very wean, i iiwo
knew me best consiucreu my mo w imj
in great dangor. I continued to suffer
until I commenced using Ayer's Cherry
I'ectoral. Less than one bottle of this
valuable medicine curou me, anu i
feel that I owe the preservation of my
life to its curative powers. Mr. Auu
Lockwood, Akron, New York.
Pimm, Pitirnl is cnnslilored.
here, the oue great, remedy for all diseases
oi tuo tnront ana inngs, vnu i uium
in demand than any other medicine of its
class. J. F.Hoberts, Magnolia, Ark. It
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Avert Co., Lowell, Mass.
8oldbyallDrngifUU. Trice (1 ; .li bottles, Ik
Yquixa, Or.. Aumist 22, 1887.
1Nmw,ii OtTilin! F,,p iIia lutini: ttl llmu
. - " - -
l lm Mui.li. in Vtilifn,,t llkil whn ftp nftpn
stilled with smoke or sweltering with the
I thermometer away up in me niueuui ana in
the shade loo, i win sny that alter a lew
I ..wlr. VitBlilMllOM llrA tltA WA.tlinr 1. IhVaIv!
I neither too hot nor too cold. Improvements
sr constantly ix iug made ny tue uregon
I i -v "P
size of their wharf so as to accommodate to
bolter adviuitsgs their handsome and com
modious steamships which arrive and de
part every few days for San Kraaeisco, laden
with passengers, also freight the product of
your excellent inniueite ana uiuer vaiinvn,
and iu return they bring tons upon tons of
tho very excellent and luscious fruits, &o.,
A n., which our southera neiahbor know to
well how to Drtng to ieriectton. in lue
awect byo and bye, which is to aay a year or
two at most when the mad is completed to
its eastern termiuns, then this place will
boom, and don't you forgt it. A large
f..hu r.1 i.nt, .r. Atnt,li1VM.l ill tAArinO ftoWD
II.'IVV VI MIVM " ......... . ... n -
the rocky blofl's aud nlling up or rather
masiug new groumi uu wuicu iu uinae uiui
improvements. To show how generous the
managers of the 0. D. Co. are I will state
that besides donating a beautiful plat of
. i : i. 1 : -
ground, irom wuicu untuu "
the liav, also Newport is obtained, they have
elected at their own expense a bnildiug 32x
(it feet to be used as a non-sectarian place of
The Tost, a nice, clean, wide awake paper
is published here by Messrs. Ysu Cleve and
Wadswortn. van is Known an over tuis
northern coast as oue of the pioneers in the
8. Handsaker from Dexter is pleasantly
located here in the general merchandise bus.
mess and from tha amount of goods be ap
pears to soil must be prospering.
h kii Slock
Frank Brothers Implement Co.,
.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Villein's Druer Store.
lUidence on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
ftAX BE FOUXD AT II IS OFFICE or res
idence when not professionally engaged,
leaidence on Eighth street, opposite Presby-
J. J. WALTON, Jr.,
EITOEXB CITY, OKEGOX.
iril.I. ritAf'TICR IX ALL THE
('cl:d atuuition given t re;d estali, el-
(';i!lectiui all. kind. ;if ckiuis againut tlio
'wit States .(.lovemrfieiit.
"tiii in Walton's briok-rooms 7 and 8.
ilSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
HAVE SOME VERY DES1H AISLE
Karms, Improved and Unimproved Town
perty for sale, on eaiy terms.
rtj Eented ani Eonts CsllectecL
FARfVl AND ill ILL MACHINERY.
a - - -
Walter A. Woods' Mowers, Reapers and bteel
Wheel Twine binders; I nomas ana noyai oeir
M.S i i i r . . i i ruAHA
Dump KaKes; noages uouDie uruper
Headers; Gaar, Scott & Go's Threshers
and Horse Powers; Rock Island
Walking, Gang and Sulkey Plows.
Most Cojtpletk Line of
Bucics Carriages aud Spring Wagons on the Tacifie Coast. Having received onr goods
7,r ':.? tl.n Kast. we are oo lie to rive our customers the bene-
TMF D Write for dialogue aud
Frank Brothers Implement Co. Portland, Or.,
Or J. M. IIENDKICKS, Agent, Eugene City, Or.
At prices to suit all
Uriua your produce to Goldsmith's and
I get money for it.
BAG O N'B
The New Frrnrh Rifle.
It was the tremendous but previously on t
great scale untested power of the needle gun
that gave to the Prussians the decisive battle
Have the French really a weapon that is
destined to repent that memorable experience?
If what we read is true, such a thing is likely,
the publicity given to me manor luruisuiug,
however, some ground for scepticism.
The weapon is the Lelel rifle. It is light,
has great range and wonderful penetrating
power. Its weight is less than that of any
uinn.Urd rifles: it kills at two thousand vards.
i i.. . I...H... .I........W A;nl,, In,,!,
aim It seuus mine, iuii'mu ah vu. .mvu
brick wall at five hundred.
It is clear that the French government be
lieves in this weapon. It is making them
steadily at the ruts of three or four thousand
a week, and 11 is also niaKing a special pow.
der for thera which is needful for their effi
ciency, and of which the French war office
has the secret and the monopoly.
All this sounds formidable. But the Oer-
mi.ua muv K.va anniA fonniililble thiUDS in
reserve also, and that is not rendered less
likely by the fact that we hear very little talk
the ordinary woman Breath
outstrips the ordinary man. Whether it be
reckless, unconscious, or suoume, me ele
ment of personal oourage that affects a fit at
the presence of a mouse knows no fear in
the face of a real danger. A lady who would
not venture irom ner rural irout uoor aiuue
was often met abroad leading a three-year
..1.1 .1,11,1 l,v Ilia linnil. When asked if she
IU iuiiu "J ......... .. -
considered the infant's presence a protoo-
.. t 1. 1 1 T MnM. ....
tlOU Blie BIlBWCreo , in umnnuru, jm, iui
l..n I tn nlimn I feel that I have no riuhtS
to be away, and would run from a shadow;
but if I were attacked wuu tuis cniia i wouia
defend it to the last. Some persons will ao
nm,t Inr Hits nii mntum&l thnorios. But
tho lady was not relatod to the child and she
Not a California Bear.
invluxlv ran natch a cold this kind of
weather. The trouble is to let go, like the
man who caught the Dear, we auvise our
readers to purchase of any druggist a bottle
of BANTA AUIE. the California King of Con-
rp t i r.1 itTHTIKTATM TlfiV sumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs and
' Ifirnnn f!nrfa. and kann it huudr. "lis oleas-
ing to the taste and death to the above com
plaints. Bold at 11.00 s bottle or 3 for $2.00.
CALIFORNIA CAT-K CUKE gives immedi
ate relief. The Catarrhal virus is soon dis
ni.vwl ,v Ita liAAlina and rjenetratins nature.
Uive it a trial. Six months treatment $1.00,
sent by mail $1,10.
H AMBLETONI AN.
THIS HIGH BKEI) STALLION WILL
t ami Stf akt's STAiii.it. KiiL'Piie. the
coming season, lie is a sure foal getter. I
will also statu!
At the same place. He is 7 years old and
a littla nvnr 1.7)0 Ilia, anil is one of the
V...... rnn .,,nr. In th. KtntA (if Ort.tmn llaa
fine body, and is of splendid stock, Friers to
suit the times.
I I". Iumiranoe Companies I represent are
n? Oldest and mofct lieiv.l.U . nn in
f I'khvpt and EgriTABT.E ailjustment of their
Sr vvn Srvn V,vi?
Hllare llf vnnr nitnmnv. iw MuliiriteiL
"See up stairs, over the Grille Store.
11. I JURIS.
jtTAS OPKXED A SHOP OX NINTH
' 1 - Street "(.pite the Hur llakerv, wlieie
"Prpred toduall kiuds t work ..tfered
!" on line.
A Lua tock of ' Fine lLha on hand for
"W'tooiars to stlect from.
" oi our aprifUtie the cutting anu
aVinj of La.li,s Cloaks,
"'pairins and cleaning dune promllly. Pt"
'n.'ene, Xov. B, 1(S'.. tf
A. V. PETERS'.
Fcur splendid "Now AVliito" Nickel-plated
Sewing Machines All Complete.
I '1111 nllWing tlK .e uiacliii.eH Hi tost, riot lie.vin;' the lime or room to deal in
il cm .' l-ngiT This is a fin- oppoi tuait y to M'Ciir one of tlicno most popu
lar, U-.it fumiali'"!, mi J wrwinly il'" "'" 1'M'' of all wing Machine,
' I a!o o;F. r the followii.,' li'ir.'siins:
Fortr Ladies' Xew Market CI oaks for 1 less than Cost.
TiLrntt-ji'e (rents juic uvtrcu'i, u.y .seitxvu jm-
! ?I 7.... AVli'
chase,) joroi il""1'' ... ., , , ......
Th.-i- r- 'ill lie, JeiilH.i- sfiic.-ls, :.IIJ win pay ., J jmt fi-ni. iu in- i.iv.bi
.ia ,'.vH, if one h .J to l-iy !,e, until next Winter.
I h,ve a uu-n'.er f.f othir l.,.-. ui.:i t . !.-r arm to tvl.n.Ii 1 will c-tll t.ltrr.
nn frui tini" to tim-
I WILL ALSO STAND AT STEWART'S
Htahle during the coining seasnn a thorough
bred Jack. He is guaranteed to be a sure foal
getter. He was rained in Vt ashuigtnn Terri-
...... .n.l ... . Mil hv a tnir. Itiitutrr.il K.n.
ucky Jack; bis dam was an imported Kentucky
"Two of colts are on exhibition at the stable.
Call and see them.
Terms made kmwn on application.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
XI the partnership heretofore exutinir lie-
iwpen J. v. isriatow and i. a, -rmx, enaKeu
lit me sale oi machinery ano atfricuiiurai uu
plements at Eugene City, Oregon, under the
hnn name and style ot lirimow s. rai;, mis
Art V (fiaiutluarl liw n,,,,,,al niiliuihh rl' .1 fTaiu
retiring therefrom. All debts now due and to
become (tue to the late tirni are to Im paid to J.
W, BrisUtw, who hereby assumes all the liabil
ities and demands ajiaimt said linn.
.1. v. DIIIMUH,
T. J. CKAIii.
Dated this 3rd day of Auimt, 1Ha7.
V W. P.m.Iam, u..!11 Minlinii. tii. nl.it. hil.t
ness at the old stand. Thanking the public for
their liiwral patmnt-e to tli late nrm, we p.
by square dealing, etc., to inrit a oniliinmnre
of the same. J. W. W'.ISToV.'.
Soencer BrtU .-Tery fruit tree. f.T ;.le at
John Brown's en Lwl.th street r.e.r i r-"!-trian
church, or leave .orders -u. lw
. i.u Tmn Tear old iUr:il
anil - . - . , .
lne for saleby the huudre 1 cheap.
F.I.M..1 l'nrifier U Xature'e
r.in,.,l7. and kIi iiiI I be used to the et-
t',;iii.ti of all (dher nr di;-ine in all diseases
j tbe st no.ich, liver anil kidneys.
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Having perfected arrungemonts with par
ties in Portland, I am able now to find pur
chasers for lands, more roadily than
l..rii!fniA. Tf vnn liava Iiinil for salo. un
proved or unimproved, you cannot do bet-
1 . ,1.... i n..,...u linn. ltu!tl,U.K Will, I),
(IK lUail lU.UUUn, Jim, uiinmvn.
Terms reasonable. Your patronage solicited.
n w ti .
l. j; . lyunuia.
T1,a nnlv uiiii-a,,tvd cure for catarrh, eold
in the head, hay fever, rose cold, catarrhal
deafness and sure cyci. Restore the sense
of taste and unpleasant breath, resulting from
catarrh. Ensv and pleasant to use. follow
directions and a cure is warranted, by all
diug",ista. Send for circular to ABIETIXE
MLDICAjj CyllrAM i, uroviue, cal. mi
month.' treatineut for f 1.00: sent by mail
$1.10. For sale by all druggists.
Delays are Dangerous.
You say, well, 'tis only a slight cold, look
o'lt, it may lead to an Inflaiiiatton of the lining
inof numerous air cells of the Lungs this is
Pneumonia. Or to apoainodiu contractions of
the lihres of the air ikuumikx, whleh is Astlims:
or the lunanialioii o the lining ineiulirane oi
the throat nnil ttiln a whirh paas thniugh the
I.iii.l'., which in the firat ataue ia culled 1'nin-
hitia, and may lead to eoii.iimplioii. Santa
A bi" is delitioiia in flavor, certain and perfect
in Ita leault. A few don will relieve, a thor
ough treatment cure the aVve naiiied dlaeaaes.
Every laittle warranted by all ilnitfifists.
What Is It?
That produces that beautifully soft cum
plcxiun and leaves no traces of its applies
tion or iuiurions eflicta? The answer, Wis
,l.,t'a lt.itcrlirta acroiiitdiHlies all this, and
is pronounced by ladies of taste aud refine
ment to be the most delightful toilet article
...- nrfulncod. Warranted harmless and
matchless. V. M. Wilkius, agent, F.ugeue
THE INDim TRiMPEB.
Hartford ;City Duspalcli to Ciacinnati.Eu
John Owon Snider, the now world-wide
famous pedestriau, has purchased himself a
little farm of forty acres, and out iu the rear
of his dwelling we found him st his eudless,
nover-eudiug lask tramp, tramp, tramp, on
and on, never faltering, flagging or tiring of
.,, La. imiruev. The thermometer
registered 110 degrees iu tbe sun, yet about
his beaten track amidst ita glare, glitter and
burning rays, ou ha weut as uneoucerued
about its tuelt.ui h-at as if amid the coolest
shsdos of autumu. Not a particle of perepi
.... .t.rnt lis was as lithe of form.
as quick of step, as oongouial, pleasant aud
ready to converse as nearly three years ago
when we first met him on his tirolesa tramp.
We accosted him with "Good morning,
ii...u i..i... " IU .aid "Good uoruinc"
VUtl. .VMM. -
as cheerily aud pleannt as though on a uuiut
Well, Uncle John, you are still on your
"Yes sir," said he, "and I am now con
vinced it will be au endless trsnip with me,
and will end only when I am dead."
'Can't you stop a inonieut to oonverse
with au old friend?"
"As much as I would like to I dare not. I
cannot do so."
"Cau't you lay down to rest at niguir
"No, sir, I have been in bed only once in
now nearly three years, and thou only for
an hour, aud it made mo no fred aud sore
that I had to run for five hours to rest my
self." How do you sleep?
"I sit down in that chair jou see there,
sleep for about two or three hours, never
more thau that, and sometimes am walking
-t .... ....,1, ttovn arlwin I Wake."
"Have you ever tried to stop walking?
'A thousand times yes, ten thousaud
times I have tried to stop, but the moment
I make the effort my legs cramp aud pain
me so I am compelled to- run about tor an
hour to get them easy again."
"1 low do you take your meals?
"You see that largo tray there, auid he
(pointing it out to me), "with those leather
straps. I fasten it in front of me, aud eat as
"I am luforrued that you suave yourseii
and out your hair as you trsvol about. Is
that true?" , , . ,
..v.. .i. i n.n ahaea. cut inv hair and
bathe myself with a much ease as tliouuh at
"You don't mean to say yon bathe your
self while walkiug."
"I do. I dampen a towel, and while walk
inn about my room, I remove my clothing
and bathe myself. I do to three times
a week, always in the mornivg before any
of my family ia up." .
"Have you never been tired of walking?
"I have answered that question to at least
. .i ....! nuotda I never was tired for
tea liwuaaut. w(.... ------ , .
a moment, only when trying to rust.
"Then walkiug rests you?'
"Yes, sir; if 1 am weary I just increase
my pace, and after running awhile 1 get
rested and feel first rate."
. i:i.A tn Ajtiwuraa with iriandS.
"Uoigu uioiwvu. .
"I do, only when they try to convince
me I ant a crank, ors.y or hypooondnao. I
am neither. I would be a fool to tramp
about for nearly three years, day and night,
for at least tweuty hours out of every tweuty
four. Crauk, crazy or fool, I would give out
in mat uiuo, ....
We found the niusoles as tense and firm
as whip-cord. His pulso numbeeed 7H. We
took his temperature; it registered UJ, heart
. . ....... i.. ..i adiit omul impulse: eyes
ueat ait no j o , - - ,
clear, bright, and pupils equal iu sue and
responsive, Intellect unimpaired, "pby
aiuue" good, digestion perfect, appetite not
.., w.t deiiraved. and without a siuglo
indei for a guide to a solution of the mala
dy that affects him. We wore forced to give
it up aud wonder the more at the marvel be-
'""Unole John, toll us what you think
about, how you couteut yourself. In the
i i. ;.i.,i, ilma. when everyone is
1UUK UlfttsJ S-Ssaji -
asleep but yours.li-no one to wateh or con
verse with-don't yon But mJ buJ tlrml 0'
"""Well," said he, "you have asked throe
or four questions at ouco, I do got lone
some sometimes: then I take a chew of to
bacco, whistle or sing, ana try to
the pleasant soenes of my youth, aud o ten
gaze at the heavens aud try to find new stare
aud new wonders that appear. Just now l
am looking for the Btar of Bethlehem. (
"Do you ever wish to dio and be relieved
from your afllictiou?" .
"Can't say that I do. I am concerned
about the welfare of my family; want to see
them contented, happy aim tV""
for, then I am aatislied to Uve on until the
journey is ended." ,
"How long have been wa ki-g now?
"Nearly three years; it will be iu Octobor
""iter shaking hands aud bidding Mr. Sni
der good-day we left him as we found him,
still tramping about his leaten path. When
nearly out of sight we looked sgain; he was
still at his tak alone, head .erect, the same
swinging step in a circle irom ngu. w
On he went, as contented and serene as
though sitting in the shado conversing witli
friends. We calculate that now be has been
walking one thousand duys, tweuty hours oi
ai tue ruin ui i""' a,.. -- . y
miles a day, he now has encompassed fully
eighty thousaud miles-over three times
around the world-id less than three years,
and yet his joiirticy is not ended.
. ' " .1.. f,.nuW 111 Ollt
in a couvorsauoii wuu - ,
Mr. buider we were informed by thirati a.
believer uiuruiured or complained at his
lot was always pleasant and cheerful, an 1
that often he' would walk for an hour at a
lime, supported by smie member of the fam
ily, sound asleep, snoring so loudly as to M
heard severul rods away; that in sleeping be
sut in the arm chair m ar the circle, and
while sleeping sat erect, breathed easily, auu
on wakiutr at once began his la .k. .
Every inducement, every uevic. "J
effort at command had been resorted to to
Ket him to forego his tramp; jej, whilo he
listened t their suggestions aud j lailing.
be would answer them, "It is impossible to
stop " and "It would be suiciJe to do so.
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL MUT-TINE OINTMENT
is only pot np iu lurge two ounce tin boxes,
and is an aWdntu cure for old sores, bums
l , l. ..1 l...,,.1. and all skill eriip-
WOllllll, ' " ' ' ' .. . . , l. i
I.. u.-.ll....:.i...l .tint a kllllsof IllleS.
lions. in iM.ti" .j , -.,v-i'
..w....i..iilM(.IVf. AllltTINt. OlM-
. MENT. Hold by all druggists at '!"' cents per
i bol by mail JO cenia.