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About The Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 1899-1904 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1900)
fhe Net He Spread Hada Weak Water Wheel to Run the
is» srticlv fur
J ackson , Mi*«, April 26.—The great
flood of the Mississippi is causing
much «uttering. Score* of families i.re
destitute in ttie overtl >wed districts.
SOME PLAIN FACTS.
A TITLED PRISONER.
Special to the Guard,
> >' U een
I h»* vi«* im ar»*.»« hrigM as a
•er ttM'rning an<l «'litad »<» every
■ H r »ni an i «tv’.»* of ftirnit :rr.
■ - •••l' ¡i.’ i <11 i»r <> ii |a|>«-r tliau
tltw i, ita un<l at pi it es tlat
mu Atf< r»l.
A little new pH|>er
The r ..nene Watel Com<>any lias
eontrr.ct*«1 fur s clisuge of power to
take etlect at once, or as aoou as the
necessary alteration* can tie made. |
Messrs. Geo. Midgley and F. L.Cham- ]
tiers, owners of the water power and
■ mill race will supply the power for tiie
A G uard representative saw Mr.
I Midg ey today regarding the matte |
i and be stated that the work of arraug-
j iug for the motive power for the water
company would be started at ouoe. A
new water wheel will be placed in I
positiou under the Mldgley sash at.d
door factory, and the power will
t>e transmitted to the pumping
means of steel cables. The cableswill
run from ttie water wheel to the top of
WHY NOT COMPLY?
the factory building, and from there
to a high tower across the railroad
track and mill race, from which latter A Direct Demand Upon the County Work on Its Sprinntield-Eunene
place it will be transferred to the
Branch—Open by July.
A new pump has lieeti ordered by
The Citizens’ convention of Line
the water ootupauy, to replace one of county, which met in Eugene April 7,
The construction of the Southern
those now in use. It has a capacity of 1900, and which represents at least i l Pacific'* branch line from Eugene to
700,000 gallons per day. The engines one half of the taxpayers of Lane Wendling, a distance of 16 tulles, is
will be kept In position but will not tie oounty, passed the following reasonable now progressing satisfactorily. The
used except in case of failure of the demand, which should be complied work at first wm somewhat delayed,
owing to the failure of Cont racier Bays
with at ouoe:
carrying out his contract. The contract
Mr. Midgley stated that himself and
Resolved, That we demand of wa* re-let to Archie Mason. He is
Mr. Chambers had entered into a 10-
year oontract with the water company our county court a published actively engaged now iu the work of
to furnish power for the pumps and Itemized statement of all money i construction, and local officials of the
would make every arrangemeut to give expended in the construction t company are of Hie opinion that it will
them first class servioe. The building and furnishing of the court house I l e finished by July or August of the
present year, and will then be im
of the tower and other improvements of thia county.
The people of Lane oounty are wtih mediately opened for traffic. The
nei'essary to furulsb this new power
will be beguu at once, tiie contracts out knowledge today of the real oo*t of completion of tills line will result, In
The all probability, in a connecting link
having been let, and iu all likelihood the building and furnishings.
G uard made an estimate some time being established from Springfield
tomorrow will see the work start.
i across to the main line, a distance of
This is an important change of ago that it coat $74,618.
'one mile to Henderson. To do this
power, and illustrates the capacity of
will require the building of an expen
the water power under the present
Another Old Pioneer Gone.
sive bridge over tiie Willamette river.
Messrs Mldgley A
When this work Is completed, it will
Chambers have spent considerable
John Repeher Ellison, who died in round out tiie lines or tbe Southern
money improving tiie millrace and
protecting Hie same where it emerges Eugene, Oregon, April 24, 1900, aged Pacific in Oregon, and greatly facilitate
from the river, and the race is in 78 years, 3 months and 26 days, waa traffic. It will do for the Woodburn-
tietter ooudltion now than ever before. born in Morgan county, Illinois, Bpringfield branch what a connecting
There is room for more factories December 28, 1821, He waa one of Hie link in this city along Front street,
requiring power, and this property is early ploneeia to California, coming to from Jefferson to the company’s
that state in 1849, and to Oregon in terminal yards iiere, would do for its
constantly growing iu value.
At present Hie millrace is furnishing 1854, where lie has resided continu Yamhill division.
power to tiie Eugene Mill & Elevator ously. He has tilled a number of
Company, the Eugene
Excelsior offices conferred upon him by the
No Right to Ugliness.
Works, Day & Henderson’s furniture people; was in the mercantile business
factory and Geo Mldgley'a factory,
oounty, and later in this city. He waa
The woman who is lovely iu face,
a uiemtier of the Congregational form and temper will ulways have
church, waa respected by all of Ilia friends, but one who would be
acquaintances, and by his Industry I attractive must keep their health. If
We oiler One Hundred Dollars Re- accumulated considerable property.
site is weak, sickly aud all ruu down,
His nearest relatives are Ida nieces, sh will lie nervous aud irritalle. If
ward for any ease of Catarrh that
cannot be curtd by Hall’s Catarrh Mrs J W Williams, Mrs F M Wilkins, site lia« constipation and kidney
Miss Lulu Farrington, Eugene; Mrs trouble, her impure blood will causa
F J C heney A Co., Props, Toledo, O. Kate Bell, of Montana; Mrs Lizzie pimples, blotches, skin eruption and a
We, the undersigued, have known F Wilson, of Bay Center, Mass. His wretched
Farrington, Bitters Is the best medicine In the
J Cheney for the last 16 years, and be nephews are Edgar
lieve him perfectly honorable in al Eugene; Dr J N Goltra, Michigan- world to regulate stomach, liver and
bugineas transactions, and financially John, James and Thomas Goottpuslure, kidney« and purify the b'ood. It
able to carry out any obligation made Iowa. He waa married three times,: gives strong nerves, bright eyes,
but leaves no living children. Hie last smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion.
by their firm.
W eht A T ruax , wholesale Druggists, wife died a few years ago.
It will make a good looking charming
Thefuniral was held at 2.34) this woman of a run down Invalid. Only
W aldino , K innan a M arvin , afternoon from hie late residence to the 50 cents at W L DeLano’a drug store.
1 OO F cemetery. The service« were
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken inter« conducted by Rev Merrill of the
List of Letters.
nally, acting directly upon the blood United Brethren church.
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Komalnlug tn the poatoffiou at Eugene, Or
Price, 75 cents per oottie. Bold by •it
Remarkable Cure of Rheumatism.
Eugene, April 26, 1900.
druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall’s family pills are the beet.
K enna , Jackson Co.. W. Va, I Fitzpatrick, Mrs Harris, D 0
Martin, Mrs Isaac
About three years ago my wife bad Lynch, G H
Mattock, J D
an attack of rheumatism which con Martin, J A
The Register is ¡now greatly fined her to her bed for ov«r a month
A chargu of one cent will be made on all let«
“alarmed” lest the publication of the and rendered ner unable to walk a step ter« given out. Persona when calllug for
trnedebt of Lane county will affect without assistance, her limbs being letters will please «täte when ndverti«ed.
H. F. M o C ornauk , P. M.
immigration. This Is a silly play. swollen to double their
on my using
The taxpayers of Lane county desire Mr. B. Maddox Insisted
to know the true condition of affairs Chamberlain’s Pain Balm I purchased
so they can remedy them. They do a flfty-cent bottle and used It according
Are grand, but akin eruptions rob
not want immigration under false
pretense«, neither do they desire lo she walked to breakfast without assist life of joy. Bucklen’a Arnica Balve
bunco anynoe. It is a true saying, ance In any manner, and she hits not care« them, also old, running and
‘Murder will out.” And people that had a similar attack since.—A. B. fever sores, ulcers, Isills, felons, cornsj
move here under wrong impressions P arsons . For sale by W. L. DeLano. warts, cuts, bruises, burns, scalds,
chapped bend*, chilblains. Best pile
will not stay long with us. Tell the
cure on earth. Drives out pains and
truth about the whole matter, and
Xo Cure, No I’ay.
aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure
elect men that will right the wrongs.
guaranteid. Bold by W L DeLano,
They will also reduce your taxes
That is the way all druggist* «ell Groves drnygis'.
Tasteless < 'hill Tonic for Chills, Malaria sud
The Register devotes »bout five columns to the G uard tins morning, a
P retoria , April 26.—Lord Rosalyn,
small portion of the same being attempts to cover up the large indebtedness
of Lane county.
of tiie British aristocracy, la a prisoner
The G uard at no time has criticised the court for erecting the court house,
nor the expense incurred, about $74,000, but upon a couple of occasions bsa in tiie B«-r capital having arrived
taken the liberty to say what it thought of Delos D. Neer drawing $3,275 81 with other prisoners from the ironl
for the plaus of said building, even charging 5 per cent commission on the today.
APRIL 28 court bouse clock, sewer, bose stands in the yard, etc We reiterate: It was
E rda *
outrageous and indefensible from any standpoint.
BOER GENERAL KILLED.
I o prove conclusively that our posit ion is correct oil ‘•resources’’ we give
Special to the Guard.
L„rGun Works pays the highest
L ondon , April 26.—Young Cronjs,
, for furs.
of the Boer general, is reported
F L Cb tirbere
To the Hon. County Court of Lane To the H oii . County Court of Lane killed.
| County, Oregon—
|eD you want your eyes correctly
THE ROYAL VISITORS.
11» a pair of glasses see Dr Lowe
G entlemen —Tbe undersigned com-
E ugene , Or., August 3, 1892
Special to the Guard.
I miltee appointed by your lesolutlou of
Below we give a statement showing
D ublin , April 28.—Queen Victoria
i July 10, 1896, to examine the records
W. Norris is again doing the
the indebtedness of Lane county as aud accounts of various officers for and the royal party of visitors left for
ling of Eugene,
near as it can be ascertained;
term ending July 6, 1896, report:
England at noon today. The queen
ood band buggies to tra ’e for
Tbe following will show tbe amount was greatly gratified with the demon
or post», st F L Chambers’,
STATEMENT OF INDEBTEDNESS.
of warrants drawn aud amounts now
ou want up-to-date bicycle *un-
strations of loyalty that met her on
Total amount of outstanding
Amount outstanding July
e your furs to the Barker Gun
warrants............................... $70,686 21
6, 1894.................................. $ 39,899 71
land get the highest pri.-e for
Amount issued July, 1894, to
Cash inhand of treasurer ap
Special to the Guard
July, 1895........................... 38,867 30
plicable to the cancellation
Crs*cent bicycle is the strongest
L ondon , April 26.—The Boers have
of warrants.......................... 7,145 87 Amount issued^July, 1895, to
built. F L Chambers ha* them
in escaping the net that was
Balance indebtedness of
them by Geueral Roberts
i S ale -220 acres exoellent farm
snd*- Inquire of J ohn V an
We have not taken the time
; Coburg, Or.
Ain't paid and can
«ay a very high
compote the luterest due on outstand
taking of evidence in the case of
lias been shown
ing warrants, hence that item is not Am't outstanding
,le vs Cogswell before Referee
thus getting out
Included in the above statement of July 6, 1896...... $25,309 33
I has been completed.
to have no
Oliver Steel Plow is guaranteed indebtedness.
ar anywhere. To be had at only
The Interest probably amounts to
B herwood B urk ,
uot necessary to go to Portland
Special to the G casd
L. H. H otter ,
ircbase genuine (N. B — T he
isi) cut glass and sterling silver
B. B. S pencer ,
L ondon , April 26.—General Baden-
E. O. P otter ,
ti«i, as J. B. Luekey now has a
senile very favorable reports of
toek of the same at tempting
Approved bv order of court, August
the wounded a* Mafeklng. Few deaths
hardware and farm machinery
A. H. F isk ,
E. O. P otter ,
old prices, see F L Cbambers;
«thousands of dollars worth that
bought before the advance and
lean sell cheaper than anybody,
Judge Potter, in 1892 wiien reporting, as a member of a special committee,
im Journal April 25: J A Ryan, paid by Lane county, did not think taxes uncollected were resources as the
Mrs. J. W. White died tills morning
Aland, G W Griffin, of Eugene, above easily proves.
at the family home in tills city, of
ElSargent, of Portland, were in
Fisk’s retiring administration, and it never mentioned uucollected pneumonia, after an illness of some
itv Tuesday to attend Central Judge
time. Deceased was born tn Green
So 18, K of P. A social time
county, Kentucky, February 20, 1854,
banquet were held in the eyen-
and was therefore aged 46 years, 2
Lane County is in debt today (April 23, 1900,) over
A grand time.
months and 5 days. Removed to
W. E. Bitzer, W. Caton, N. Y.
Maruard county, Illinois, at the age of
; “I had dyspepsia over twenty
4 years; her mother died when Mrs.
•lid tried doctors and medicines
White was 7 years old; moved with
lit benefit. 1 wss per-uaded to
father to Kansas Iu 1868; was
If she rung at the same gait until April 1, 1901, she will owe over
odol Dyspepsia .Cure and it help-
married to J. W. White, February 3,
;from the start. I believe it to be
1870; Moved to Oregon in 1893, and
acea (orall forma of indigestion.”
has since resided iu this city. Deceased
¡eat, what you eat. Vincent A
A halt must be made and that without delay.
was well known and greatly admired
It has been claimed that the Branton murder case added largely to the for the many virtues and kindnesses
Corner Drug Store.
of tbe oounty. The entire expense of said case was about $2,54»,
i American Wire Co., has just indebtedness
while this court has received from the sale of public square lots aud a farm the she possessed, She was a member and
active worker In the Christian church,
id closed ten big factories employ sum of $5,849.
the Artisans, Reb**kah*, and ladies of
in thousand men, the cause given
the G. A. R. Left to mourn the loss
thatthereia not a demand for
nods. And yet the politicians A Former Springfield Woman NOTHING TO DO BUT WAIT of wife and mother are the husband
ano the following children: William
nue to howl about the chimneys
Mrs. Minnie Groner, Inez, Jamie H,
ifactories all belching forth the
Grand Commander Wood's Advice G,
Edna and Velma, of this city, and
The Lakeview Rustler of March 29,
to Indian War Veterans.
Laura May, of Beattie. The yaungest
almost every neighborhood there has thia about a former resident of
is but eight day» old.
ae one whose life baa Ireen saved Springfield, thia county:
Th<? funeral will tie held Saturday
T A Wood, grand commander of lhe
lamberiain's Colic, Cholera and
Mrs. J. A. Martin was brought down
hoea Remedy, or who has been from Silver Lake last Saturday in a Indian War Veterans, lias given the afternoon at 2 o’clock from the family
I of chronic diarrhoea by the use violent stale of insanity. Upon Oregonian for puh’icati-jn the following r.ddenca on West Seventh street to
ttie I O O F cemetery.
it medicine. Buch persona make investigation she was remanded to the letter:
and officers left with her for
Services will be conducted by Rev.
nt of telling of it whenever oppor- asylum
that place on Bunday. She had been
L. Rose, of the First Christian
J offers, noping that it maybe iu poor health for a number of years Comrades: 1 am not able at this time
oeansof saving other lives. For but had shown no serious symptoms to make a satisfactory reply to the 150 church. Friends of the family respect
of insanity until Wednesday night of letters received from you within the fully invited to attend.
W. L. DeLano.
last week when she became violent. past 12 days from various uarts of the
Her spells were spasmodic however,
His Life Was Saved.
and at times she was perfectly calm. state.
“Every influence and pressure is
As she stepped into the vehicle that
waa to oonvey her she calmly being brought to bear from a great
Mr J E Lilly, a prominent citizen of
remarked: “Here's off to the asylum.” number of sources to move the speaker Hannibal, Mo, lately had a wonderful
iving daily our
Mrs. Martin lost her mind on the
subject of religion. Mr. and Mrs of the house and secure the passsge of d liv. rance from death. In telling of
it he says: ‘T was taken with typhoid
Martin came to Silver Lake from your pension bill.
Springfield, Lane county, this state,
“It is believed that they dare not fever, that ran into pneumonia. My
last July. They were married in 1874 and cannot at this time refuse to I lungs tiecame hardened. I was so
and have four children, the youngest
being 7 and the oldest 21 years old. recognize your just rights, One thing weak I couldn’t sit up In bed. Nothing
Mr. Martin requested the Rustier to is certain from your letters, that some-1 helped me. I expected soon to die of
extend thanks for him to the people of thing will be done in due time. It i* consumption, when I heard of Dr
Silver Lake, who so kindly assisted best at this juncture to be as patient as King's New Discovery. One bottle
And bave to offer you
him iD bis sore distress.
the largeet stock of
possible. Ten days will determine gave great relief. I continued to use
A former resident of Bpringfield in
The Best in the World.
it, and now am well and strong, I
what will be done.
T A W ood ,
forms us that Mrs. Martin partially
loet her mind on religion during the
We believe Chamberlain’s Cough
marvelous medicine is the surest and
“Indian War Veterans.”
Free Metbocist revival excitement in
quickest cure in the world for all Remedy is the best in the world. A
the Springfield bottom a few years
Throat and lung trouble.
Regular few weeks ago we suffered with a
since. Mr. Martin was a teamster and
sizes 50 cents and $1. Trial bottles severe cold and a troublesome cough,
ever brought to this market, hauled lumber from the Springfield
free at W L DeLano’a drug store; and having read their advertisements
Albany Democtat, April 24
*od at prices to suit you.
sawmill to Eugene and the railroad.
in our own and other papers we pur.
It Is said that figures never lie, but every bottle guaranteed.
chased a bottle to see if it would effect
HOES ia com
us. It cured us before the bottle was
piate lu.i prices are right. Come
whatever is tbe record
more than half used, It Is tlio best
“'*’•* th» largest stock of goods
The Register makes the present indebt I
Danger of Ocean Wrecks
® the valley.
medicine out for colds and coughs.—
edness of the county as $47,000 and the
Herald, Andersonville, Ind. For
It is stated that the Atlantic O «an G uard makes it $118,04», with bnglit
W. L. DeLano.
contains many wrecked vessels which prospects of t>eing a good deal more at
bidder, 675 goa’s in bunches of 20 to 50.
drift hither and thither, snd an their
An Able Lawyer.
positions change with the winds and really nearest oorrect, as the Register These goats are I25nannie< 1 to 3 years
tides they are a constant m-nace to i figure* the taxes lieing collected as
Myrtle Point Enterprla* (Republican. J.
Some bunches will t>e all nannies and
ocean traffi ••
Because of tiie great resources, without figuring the running
H. H. Hazard, of Empire City,
expense they are not destroyed until expenses while they are being collected.
was nominated by the democratic«
they have inflicted actual damage. That is, its figuring is slaijsided.
bidding t»egln». Hale to begin at 10 ». populist convention at Portland, for
How like this is the action of many
’•-SD V j MÛVt.
prosecuting attorney or the Second
D ied .—A Harrisburg correspondent m. Terms cash.
persons, who wail until they are ill writes under dale of April 25: “Tiie
hvicU« ss4 we«<4. .
judicial district. Mr. Hazard isoneof
G eo . a . H ouck .
‘ *“ irsas-t be4< at Urv. .1, taira
t«fore treating such dangerous symp
the ablest lawyers in Southern Oregon,
dyspepsia, news of the death of Mrs Granville
and waa formerly prosecuting attorney
constipation, liver or kidney troubles.
Don’t allow them to menace your Couch, who is attend'ng school here, Ideal«, $yi and $25.
for this district.
' V C Matlock.
health. Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters ar Junction Tuesday evening, wa*
will clear the system of all impurities,
making the blood rich and the nerves r-. ceiyed in this city the same evening- from rheumatism and sciatica know
strong. It cures all stomach disorder«, Hhe has long t-een a sufferer from that Chamberlain', Pain Balm relieved
F L Cham tiers.
and 1« an unequalled spring medicine pulmonary trout lee. It 1« understood me af'er a nomt«*r of other medicines
See that • private revenue «tamp here that the interment will take place
Smith, Butternut, Mich., says
ai d a doctor bad failed. It ia the best
cover, the neck of lhe bottle.
hv the »ide of her n> 'ther, at a cem liniment 1 have ever known of.—J A "DeWitt’s Little Early Risen are the
etery near Long Tom.”
Ihsjgen, Alpharetta. Ga. Thousands very best pills I have ever used for c-w
have t>e»n cured of rheumn'lsm by this tlvenees, liver and bowel troul.'ee.”
The Buffalo Pit’s Harrow nevFr
Get an Oliver plow and yoa can rvmtdy On» application relieves the
loses or breaks teeth. Bee them at
i Vincent A Co., Corner Drug Store.
always get extias for it.
¡ain. For sale uv W L DvLaoo.
I F L Chamber»’.
Special to the G vasd .
pleU line of Logger» »Uoe« in
be found at,
You must look
Free dark room
liilllouaneaa. It is as pleasant to take aa
Lemon Syrup. Ml cent*
R eturned .—Mr. Wilson, lhe old
soldier who went to the Iowa Soldiers’
Planet Jr. garden tools at last years’ Home several mmths ago, returned
prices, at F L Chambers.
here yesterday, saying the officers of
Mr. and Mr». N. L. Cornelius have the home wanted his money and he
taken rooms upstairs In the Titus' eft. He is In a precarious physical
He always carries his
We do all kinds of bicycle repairing papers in an oil cloth bag fastened
and guarantee ail our work.
to Lis side.
C U Matlock. ,
Bicycle tires $4.00 a pair.
“I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure In my
C C M atixx .’ k .
family with wonderful renults. It
giv. * immediate relle.’, is pleasant to
Mrs. Calvin Zimmerman, Milesburg,
take ami Is truly the dy»|s-ptic’s ts-st Pa., says: “As a spec«Iy care for
friend,” says E Hartgerink, Uverisel, coughs, colds, croup, and sore throat
Midi. Digest« what you eat. Cannot (Im M nuts Cough Cure Is unequalled.
fai to cure. Vincent A Co, t orner Il i» p .««nt for children to take. I
i heartily leeommend it to mothers,”
it is i e only harmless r<-rue<1y that
Wm. Orr, Newark, O., »ays: “We prodi..'..« Immedlaae result-. It cures
never feel safe witliou’ One Minute (iron •hltle, pnetimotile, gripjw and
Cough Cure in the h< u-e. It saved lii><> t v <i lung diseases. It will pre-
my .Itlle boy’« life wben he had the «eul t i Uiuidtoii* Vim nt A Co.,
' Corner Drug B on-
pneumonia. We think it I« the be«»
Frem <Tan-y Waters, in« world’s
It < ur;<* coughs,
and all lone diseases. Plen«ai t to lake, <amoua remedy b.r irregu ar and pain
harmless and gives Immediate results ful periods of ladies; are never falling
Vlt cent A Co., Corner Drug Store.
snd safe. Married It dies’ friend
Mrs. Harriet Ivane, Hinsdale, III, French Tansy Wafer« are the only re-
wri’es, "I never fall l > relieve mv liabls female remedy In the world; Im-
children from croup st ot o by using ixirted from Pari«; tea« nothing el«e,
Oo<- Minute! rsigh Cure. I would not trul insist on genuine; in red wrappers
feel s>fe without it” Quickly cure« with crown trade mtrk. La France
Drug Coni|.«ny, importers, »6 Turk Mt,
cough«, C? !-, grippe aud -<ll 'hr< «1 ■*»ii Frat'Ciseo, For «ale by all drug-
and luog diseases. Vincent A C<>., «isie, or sent In pla.u wrapper direct
j on receipt of fc.
Corner D ' g Store.