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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1898)
wT,ji'i,?:l--?L- "- ' . r . i MONDAY,
AN OPEN LETTER
WK ART. ASSI'.KTIN'i IN THK COl'RTS OIR WOIIT TO
THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD 'CASTORIA," AND
"PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK.
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "CASTORIA," the same that
has borne and does now bear on every
the fac-simile signature of C&i?ffl&fa wrappi;
This is the original "CASTORIA" which has been used it,
the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years.
LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the hind you have always bought jff - on the
and has the signature oj C&ffl&cAUi wrap
per. No one has authority from mo to use my name except
The Centaur Company, of which Chas. II. Fletcher is President.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few mor pennies on .), the in
gredients of which even he does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Tailed You.
TMt CtNTAWH C0MMIIT, TT MURRAY IIMI', NIWVOHH OITT.
A P101BKB BDOOATUE
The Death (if .1 W Johnson In' a
"John W JohDHon, of Kugene,
wlioso health lias been f tiling for
some time, died at his home
Wednesday. A wile and fix
children survive him. II in
death will bo generally regret
ted thnughnut the state, an ell nB
by tho large number of persons
who bad OO0M in contact with, him
aH students at theHtate university,
of which he wan the first president,
and wbloh be resigned a lew years
ago on account of failing health.
Ho howeyer, retained the chair of
Latin, which he held until a few
days before his death. People here
regard him as a BatttOII county
man, having been reared near Cur
vallis, being a son ot Charles John
son, brother of Jos I) Johnson, and
having a large family of relativts
"In ISoS be entered Yale college
and graduated four years later. The
late M K Mulkey, formerly ot Cor
vallis, was his companion at col
logo. Upon his return from the
Kast he took up the profession of
teaching and became the first prin
cipal of l'ortland high school, a
position ho held for seven years,
his incumbency extended to the
time he was selected us president ot
tho state university in 1876( lie
Ho was born near Kansas City,
Mo, in 1886, Mr Johnson's 6X01
but character and exalted li.-j.-sitijn
are well inipics-cd upon the
many students who have attended
iho university and in this manner
ho has nHsishd greatly in elevating
the morals of the state
rill. TROUBLE LIBM fl l I'll AU.K.K
"The whole trouble,' .-aid Stvre-
tary Alger, at lVtroit las wi,k.
"bin been in the Viilunteer troops
not knowing how to care for them
selves." Whereupon the Kans.is
City Star got funny and publish, d
uu advertisement for the kind of
volunteers that could servo accord
ing to the ideas of the Secretary of
WANTED- 100(000 Vi'l.CNTKKKS
For the United States army, to
servo for two years, or until the
end of the war, or until death d it s
us part. Must not be- less than 1
nor more than ;iS years old, end
must lie fully provided with the
following essentials for Inking care
1. Medicines, i -e and milk.
4. Truii) orl (hips.
5. Suitable clothing.
ti. Healthy camp grouuds.
10. Tents, coats and blanketr-.
11. Competent olUoerr.
Wageillo.COa month and tLe
gratitude of a great nation
Kissei.i. A Aiukr,
Secretarv of War.
TBI LATE PKOFMeOR JOflHSOI.
Ivlitorial in Sunday Oregonian:
' ll is not possible to estimate
justly tho value of such service as
1'rofosBor John W Johnson gave to
Oregon, because its results lie be
yond tho possibility of definite dis
covery and identification. That it
was very great there can be no
question. To Professor Johnson
and a few of like spirit it is duo
that the germs ol u gouuiuv scholar
ship aid a wholesome culture,
planted le re in very early tiuieH
by Chandler, Marsh, Atkinson and
otlii ri, ero nourished through tho
long and adverse period of pioneer
condition, It was their devoted
attachment, under eircurasUnces
of some personal Bacrilice, to the
ideals of the student, that created
hero long before the days of mater
ia 1 development, a body of horoe
bnd youth ol very exceptional
"Very much tf the distinctive
character of Oregoa rests upon this
fact, lor no small part of her tra
ditional independence has grown
out of tho efficiency ol her own
DfOplotohff own needs. Oregon
has not had, like soineothcrs of the
in wei sta.es, to look abroad for
leadership or for talent in any de
partment of community life. All
that her conditions have demanded
of person il ability and of mental or
professional equipment has been
found at home among her own peo
ple; and without such service I'm
fessor Johnion gave to tho country,
this could not have been said.
'i'rolessor Johnson was neither a
brilliant nor a great man, hb the
world measures men, but in his
walk and sphere he did a work
truly gieat, accomplishing what
brilliant men often fail todo, name
ly, to impress upon those who come
under their inlluonce with true
Idaall and worthy aims in lite. An
inherent soundness of heart is tho
dominating spirit in all men of this
character; but wosusjiect that what
gave to PtofwiOI Johnson his rare
effectiveness was his knowledge of
and sympathy with Oregon anil
Ongontan ideas, lie was in a very
genuine sense of the world of schol
arship; but no devotion to abstract
learning, no spirit of cidemic ex
clusiveness, was ever permitted to
separate him trom the life an I the
people about him. The temper and
the tone of Oregon lie were in the
man and pirt ol him. lie lived
and worked with his own people,
not as the representative ol an
abstract and foreign culture. Kii
ship, thoroughness, sympathy in
these line traits liy the force of a
carter whore u tluenees wete all for
i III. -KVVTOKUl. CANDIDATE.
It is not ueceeaarj to announce
that the toning eesion of the lek'-
iilature will be strictly a business
one. Millio itire Corbett is a can
didate for United Stales senator,
and it is not unlikely that the sen
atorial lee that long has heen but
ting in hi bonnet will reveree lb
Gold IitHt due it. Mnrnin
noon and iiurhl. Mukt-s a
dull thing bright Housework's
u delight with
ll gives to an bumble home or u pulfl.ee Uu
both alike require. It's woman's best friend und di
mi 1. 1. FAIWalE COMMIT, CUmm w. Louin.
ruio oi me umy nu-i uvi cimcu
hon.y !)'. In other words instead
i i a. i i L.i .,i.j :
of gathering sweet-i disburse them.
An old man in bis dotage!
Iteport credits the Portland
banker with having materially as
sisted iho party managers with the
necessary "dough" to carry the leg
islat ire. That b010 tho caso the
old man has sl-ong claims o.i party
iiiga nr Bigliltr, l'ni.
(lovornor Lord'B action in calliug
a special s -Hsion of tho legislature
meets the approval of no one hut a
lew i i ig leaders and usjiranls to
office. J'he people f.-;! that if they
have been able t get along lor
nearly two years without legishtive
aid tiny should bo able to slai.il it
tour months longer. Hut Lord bai
a personal interest in tho matt -r,
and will have his way at the ex
pense ot tho people.
There is an item going tlx rounds
of the press to the effect that t Im
proper way to keep apples in win
ter is to wrap them in old new,,
papers bo as to exclude the air, 'flu:
newspaper however, must be ore
on which the subs ription has been
paid, othtrwiso dampness resulting
from what is "dew" may cause the
fruit to spoil,
J'endlo'on has I'd latest horror.
A man crazed by drink ran aflBOok.
killing a man, latally wounding u
waman and atte.npting to kill u
girl. Ha should be treated like a
Junction City : Milling Company,
IIANUFAOTURBB8 OF THE
n o o o o
The most popular flour
CALL AT THE
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
If you wish to see the tinest
display of Booki and Stationery
Ever brought lo Eugene,
Kntire stock just roeeivetl
direct from Chicago.
H. G. Mil LER Proprietor
Will buy a
Day & Henderson's.
During the Exposition
We desire thai you
Make our estahlishnien
Your Headquarters, Have
YOU, - .nail -it ,o
You iu our eare. Any
I'll reels or hagaui'
Left with u&
Will hfi properly
At ti e I miut rjr.
Work Continu e on Hi u mati -
Will lis i annul.
Dally '. ir.rd Se'l l
IheKugeue eaunery tins te. n run
ning Ms gfaporalr very lUCOesafully
tbepvt 10 dnj i" Preach pruoes.
These they Mil about Wedae
dar or Thursday and will oommtnea
imniHiiut.lv after on th Itailau
pi lines, on wl.leli lle-y expect lo have
(pilte a nin.
laperliilendaot Mutleth boa te
tarned from Idaho, wliere be baa Just
put III a large: plant ir a pari" Ol capi
talists, and will fiom now on give bis
pi-rsnnul utti-ntion t- all mutters per
tnlnlog lo Uu. curing of the fiuli.
The mauaitiMUi will eao Inmatoai
aguin this year, their pn-vli-ua experl
BMOU liavinit MtB very MCOtBfflll. A
larue tird.-r fur eana lias nlreatlv been
placed and this d parltnent of the es
tablishm. lit la le lng nude re ady fur its
llll. 1 UlilSu sluai i;
Bagbef Hoaod Over to Appear
I I.- the t.ranil Jury in Hie
Sum of 1150.
paiiy uward -. pi ai
ii... Uughtt was glvau an exami
nation la-fore Justice Kcott, at Cres
artll, yesterday on the charge of imv
ing cut I). mon Hherwood on the arm
and on the aide of the neck, at lilt
Hayes' hop yaid last Saturday even
ing. The detente eflkrad no testimony.
Hughes was Isiund over in (lie sum or
i2i0 in ,-, ear before before the Krand
Jury, Whloh he promptly furulnhed.
Attorney Harris appeared for (he state
and Attorney llilycu lor the defendant.
The row occured at a dance, and it
seems the young men, who were IS
and 1!' yea's of agw respectively, have
bean enemies ror ome time.
Sherwood's wounds are not wrlooi
mi we are iiilormcd.
in the market. Sold ly .ill
, r. . , ,
Cor. First and Mortison Sts. Portland, 0
A liu, I .m.i. .-"ulirday i veiling
Jehu Ki el " ,'" "'M'l,r "l (' "la"'
adlsiui f I-' feet from a l'U
loft in the floor btlow, dWooatlifg h
eollar bona. Oh "hire called
Mdattrndrd iba injuied man. Mr
KPeben bad h la lent with blB,
blohforlOUaltt did H0t br.ua dur
ing the fall, lhu avertlun wli I HI K1
1, p .Vple , ber 18, im, t I'1"
bomaol liu '.filers, ii i Kdwarda,
ttHlchBaoke irfeanaar afionian
Mr Allot BOeger,aged44jrearB. lk
oea..i waaadau iw "f ins lata '
ElW.nds I ha funeral occurred at l
pm today d I OO 9 laojataryol
Kok vbi Baar.-Btv M L Uoe
and raOllljP and Mle Stella RobUMOO
Md Mtrtla Aotao, will leave on to
morrow's foreuo u'a tralu lo visit the
Onaba Eapoattloo and polntain Iba
BaM. JKltoblnson will acconipuny
the parly as far a Portland
Pi nkhai.. Tba funeral of the lute
Mrs S.-ili BlmOMMM of Lke Crtek,'C
enntd yesterday at the I'leasuiit Hill
etnatary. The remains were bau'ed
the entire distance, about 5.1 miles, In
a wagon, and the trip made In a day
and one half of ulmost OOOtinOOM
atLakk Hknnktt.-J 1) Matlock
writes from Lake lleimett lhai be has
boua-htthi interest of bis i rother II
bum, In the hotel and store. Ivlls
Matlock Is local syei i for a steamboat
MaRBMOI Lioaaaa A marrlaga
liee .se was issu d t! la forenoon by
fjoooty Clerk i. eto j W Koom and
Mrs K L (lover
M AituiKii At me itaidenoe o! the
..IllciiitiliK eler.yinali, in Kugene, Ore-
gin, Sapt It), i8S, by Hev PO B
brake, Mr J V Kouni and Mrs RL
Skiti.kp.- The suit eoinmeiiced tiy
(iray A Hons agallial J I' Holland as,
Bett led today.
TUESDAY SEI T 20.
Wki.i. Known Hkkk Sunday's
Oreitmiiaii pObUahM an article on
"Oregoniaim at Omaha." It has lo
say OMMHOlUg a latly well known ant
highly resptcted hen : "Mih C'lar
I'arao ns. of Kilirclie, has charge of I he
educational exhihit, in the liberal arts
building, which provokis noihing but
Iiraisc, ho suerinr Is the display and so
excellent the anal gemeiit. For a
number ofyiais she was engaged iu
educational work, having taught
school In Ioun, hi fore moving to Ore
gon. Later she tuught in the Willam
ette valley, and has kept apace with
tlie progressive strides Intnl.' in educa
tional woik, and is ina position to
state 1 1. i the Oregon display comparts
very favorably wilh those cl OtbtT
ata'es. Mrs Parsons was a charter
member of the Women's liellef C'orj
o'Ktin ul at Kugi ne, anil has alwajl
shown ail interest lu local allairs
where the iutlutuee of progressive, en
terprising women tins heeu required.''
A Kaii.ikk. The Dalles T M of
Monday: "Tne project otChrisuiau
lirothers to haul freight from The
Dalles to Silver Lake, by sleain litis
ended as many thought it would end
iu a complete failuie. The engine and
empty wagons, alter nearly a mouth's
labor, have reached the Davis ranch
eight or Ian miles beyond Shearer's
bridge. Part of the freight was un
loaded at Long Hollow, Ilfteen miles
from here, and the remainder at
Bhearer's bridge and is now ptobo
bly 00 the way to Silver Lake
by the old matbod. The eugiue
will tie taken to Silver Lake aril
probably used to drive a wood saw
or saw mill or something of that kind,
although the t'hrisnian'a we are told,
still talk of using it to haul freight
across the Crook eouuty desert to SiU
I.AKliKST MlXK m THE WoKLl).
Co.tage tinve Leader: It may nit
I i ' illy W known (hat the BUok
Bttkta Cinnabar mine la probably the
U st as well as i he largest qMokallVaf
mlue in the world. The largest smelt-
Ing foroioM for lha rad notion of the
ore has just been completed aud is ca
pable of supplying wbao, work
ed to its full eupacity, the entire qolok-
illrar matkat uf the United states.
Supt Bahrmao says there arc now.
over 60 men on the compauy's pay roll
and that two large hoarding houses
ha v-e been built, oue at the mine and
oue at the smeller, for the aecommt -datiun
of employes. Though it is not
generally known, yet it Is a fact, that
the prominent-.. n exten-iven. sa of
ibaaa mjgetare m re gaDarall; ia ked
of In France in,, I Herman than r vlt
here in o.d a eh foot."
CURED BY CUTICURA
I in; trvnl.l..t
hJ auj face. I to, Z,
nw, y lien wu hwltH, tb BaMMkMBM
SrliPT (Vtt Tf
i o. rt.tn.
IwLt'i chtw this Inittid." J
There has never been any question of j
'w . ml I I'Mk' V fMer
IKnallr ir.H in
imlf. wit I 'i I
Ti flfliM ilflfi ilfli
lltntifi' Ul i t v.
iltal. MM). .-. do.t. iu.j '
Hpf MM tttBflfliie.OregMby B HPHIkM hi wHIum vti a .
To Tin. Kast. Kev and Mri.M L
Hue ami family, Mr ami MrJ N 11
Fuller anil Mrs Ful'ei'a mother, and
Mhfta Stella ItihiiiHou anil M rtie
Auteii formed a party that h ft today
for the Kast. They will journey to
Omaha together, uidf from there will
Visit lu vailoui a.ales. Most of t In
party will he abatnt two uionths.
Miinky Turned Ovku. Sherill
Wither today turned over to Treanin
er I'rtllermni the sutn of $15110 37, tax
money. This makex !l,'Jo() collected
by the praaant ineuiubeut of the
iberlfl'a i nice. The dallnqoanl oil
now ouly ainouiitH to about jti.HUO.
PoCTOVriOia Kstaiilished The
following new pi'stoflleea have been
estuhlhhed in I.ane cutiniy sine laat
Dtotmbar; amor; BllUtoo, Batrofi
Mirth, Ord, Haiuaw, Hainarla, Vid.
Names changed: (late Crtekto Kills
toil. Dl-coutintied: Sinslaw, mail to
Loraue; Wallace, mail to Co) luge
MlBJUID,-AI MlaoeapolU, .Minn,
Hit.irdav, Sept 17, Ihtis, .li-s Oemariua
Boboflald to Mr Laatar ci lluilu, of
Eugene. They will remain in the
Bait about oaa year before lettirulug
to Oregon. The bride renidid in tbl-i
city about ehjlit years ago.
SliAii Fi.msii i:i).-J!eij Lyouacaut
d wu fro.n llohemls, bint night, hav
ing completed the road Into the iiiIiuh,
Owing to a larger rock lo-ma ion tlnui
a itielpated, the building has been slow,
an likewi e coatly to the ooutractora,
Housts Siolks. Some iljiel stole
fl ve head of horses from Alex Cooley,
near Cottage drove, riaf.irday night.
Three of the QOMM came home j ester
day, and their rnndiiion showed thnt
they had been rlddao veiy hard.
LluBTHIHa Stkikks Yesterday
mornlug lightning Btruek in the stub
bh Held of Mr Barrett the dairyman,
about -J00 yards frm his barn. The
stubble wna ignited and bttlDCd for
MaRBIBO -Mondaa'a a in. TV. ...
fVriil I i k .. ati. m
wriiui, is, l4 .v .ill- ,It-r .truu.rh' ii
IVMtleilt l.f All.oriv rin, I Mi lr
I " i vi rimm flHWUU"
aid were marrietl iu Kugene yesterday,
. ... ...no , Ult'lHllUg, '
Thomas Caufltld and Mis biargar I
Murray Mr fat.fl.-Ui is known l,y
ma-iy of ,.ur , iln-'iis.
t 'at ion and
diseases oi the
SHWT, Nightly EfmV
oer LiSUmT-:M, Insanity. $1.00
T S CHWIWL co- Prop I. Cbeland. Oh!n
r aale by W iM & Liniu
Ul I'll o
It is acknowledged by all to be the Victor,
Its campaign has been successful because
its forces have been irresistible. These
forces arc high quality and large quantity
for a low price. In no other way can
you get so large a piece of really good
chewing tobacco for JOc.
member the name
when you buy again.
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nr. n .mi
: tor Pliaa
eclpt of ori. '. . f l.w.
MANUFACTURING CO.. i ru, cki
For sale by Wilklns Lino.
JACKSON SQU RE
All Po ular Hrandi
Of ( lgttr for
- .,f , rL'irl-iU
For fate by W
Look Here Fan
Brinn vcur Mad
Skins It our tannery.
h'or nil To. 1 'Tien ll' '
pny you 4 t I een'isp
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nound: F r y 1 :wMH
qoallty, 4 to8 i-enlfc
Now don't forget thjsin
are paid in CAS" '
I from the tfTccis
ceei in mamrrr )t
in all ill ootnp
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and -juare Phyi '
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