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i waiit women a
Z or children’"
You^an get them as
long as the stock
Snssial te the Guard.
your old mower.
bss the extra« for it.
mu want your eyes correctly
pair of g’I asses see Dr Lowe
vut bicycles sold thiseeason-
slieel for every duy work,
ou them that last.
Mi ace is
the best teachsr. Use
aglish Remedy in auy case
colds or croup. Bbould it
'immediate relief money re-
SK» 5 cts aud 50 cts. For sale by
L ondon , July 19.—Tlie governor of Shan Tung reports
that the Pekin legations are safe, but that the danger is
still great. His report from the imperial city bears date
of July 9. From these various reports that the legations
were all right at that date it is now generally conceded that
the reported massacres of July 7 did not occur, but this
does not by any means insure their safety, or mean that the
massacres have not occurred by this time.
The American battleship, Oregon, is docking at Kure.
RUSSIA DECLARES WAR
The Chinese minister at St Petersburg has been given
his passports, which is the same as a formal declaration of
war. Germany, England and France also propose to de
clare war, and it is said, at once.
It can be reasonably expected that the other civilized
nations will at once fall in line, when a plan of campaign
can be arranged for.
IS RUSSIA IMPLICATED ?
guaranteed to Bhow no rus
Special to the Guard.
at F L Chambera’.
IE Kodoi Dyspepsia Cure in my
t ba I
¡th wonderful results.
B" uliale reile', is pleasant to
■I 1 truly the dyspeptic’s heat
ya E Haitgeriuk, Overiael,
p-sts what you eat. Cannot
i. V ineent & Co., ( orner
t wagon and Rain buggy
!b, V1 lehicles made—another car
Mb vlesduejune 25. Always
Itueut at F L Chambers.
a . M E Hitzer, W. Caton, N. Y.
bad dyspepsia over twenty
tried doctors ami medicines
Kj petit. 1 was persuaded to
Dyspepsia Cure and it belp-
tbe start. I tielieve it t > be
d, thlt I
»rail forms ot indigestion."
.u ram I
ibst you eat.
lit not only a pelature hut
t «va- I
ktouiy neighbors to tell
Itinderful cure effected iu
(be timely u«eofChamber-
L Cholera and Diarrhoea
IwHstxkeu very badly with
knx'ured a bottle of this
| 'rw doses of it effected «
j-ure. 1 take pleasure iu
■I it to others suffering
I dreadful disease.—J. W.
If they i
V, W Va. This remedy is
lef Manila binding twine
I, 14 een’s; buy now. At
I sprained my left hip while
blit- heavy boxes.
lei on said at first it was a
land would soon be well,
perse atid the doctor said
Bxtisni. It coutinued to
Ikiid 1 could hardly get
prk. I went to a drug
p druggist recommended
fcutnlierlaiu’s Pain Balm
t of the
■d one-half of a 50-cent
I Hie entirely. I now recom-
bwi my friends.
F. a .
ft*. Pa. It is for sale by W.
Cold in One Day,
Uve Bromo Quinine Tab-
iggiete refund the motley
ire. E. W. Grove’s »Igno
ti box. 25c.
nly Guard, July 19.
L ondon , July 19.—It is stated in official circles that
a rumor is gaining ground that Russia is believed to have
secret negotiations with Prince Tuan, with the connivance
of Li Hung Chang. This follows the rumor of yesterday
that Li Hung was in league with the Boxers.
A dispatch from Shanghai estimates that the losses of
the Chinese army at Tein Tain when the city was le-taken
by the allied foices at 3000.
Bpecial to the G uard .
L ondon , July 19.—Large numbers of Boxers and
Chinese troops are marching south from Pekin, massacre-
ing Christians, and inflicting untold tortures, in many
instances outraging the women before putting them to
death. It is believed that several viceroys ami governors
are assisting in the indignities. The rumor still grows
that Li Hung Chang is cognizant of affairs, but merely
winking at them.
It Is Nearly impossible to Get
The rtpaniah war veterans are ready
for another fight. The boys of the
Second Oregon, who performed such
gallant deeds in the Philippines, are
now anxious to get on the main land
of the Orient. Captain R B Huston,
of Company A, has received letters
from a number of the Second Oregon
boys, residing in various parts of Lane
county, asking to be included if a call
for volunteers from Oregon is issued.
In addition to this many of the
volunteers residing in Eugene have
stated that they will again enlist.
1 here seems to be a peculiar fascina
in army life to induce the
boys to want another chance at
it. Their trip to tne Philippine«
with many hardship«,
l>ut there wis enough satisfaction iu it
During the late
enoamixueat at Halem many of the
volunteer» in eanap stated freely that
were ready for enlietment if
troupe are to be seat from this slats to
The men from this state have a
record to be proud of and if troops are
to be seut they will bare a good ch ance.
E l' Smith, of Livlng-
who has been stopping in
ieH' ftmsn Hoose, several
keen on ths anxiowa «sac
Vesuuius Has Lost Its Cone
>»y. but was happily m-
*HUe Mery crater, now suddenly
iepbone message that hi»
gikat, was explored by seivalifio meu
t*en lost in or near ths
wtoo diesovewd tbot the sene had
Park for three day«, and
I to be dead. Today hs
propo anted aa to why the era*ttea
•patch stating hie brother
ceased, alse regarding the teen**siw-
lund, after being lost for
ance of the cone.
Tt>e inawik b<dtW
kl wa» well.
le that it whs due to eaheidence, amd
-öf) aeres excellent farm which is looked upo* a« providential
Inquire of J ohn V an It wa« as unexpected as are the
stomach disorders with which people
'frier and fork»; carriers suddenly find themselves afflicted.
to »tick. All kind» Blight symptoms are neglected, until
dyspepsia is chronic. The remedy to
1 I. < ham tiers.
take is Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters.
This valuable medicine 1» unequalled
in all cases of constipation, indigestion,
bilJioustiess, or malaria fever and ague.
It brings about a healthy condition ef
the bowels aid Improves the appetite,
Be sure te give it a trial.
For County warrant».
Mr Gillette,of Ban Francisco, of the
B P R R, Is here looking after the
Mohawk branch of the B P R R. He
says it is nearly impossible to procure
tracklayers, hence the delay iu putting
down the rails on the branch line. The
company base large fores of track
layers on their coast extension but
cannot get enough to send men here.
The company is advertising for 40 men
at *2 per day to help in the work, but
have thus far been unable to procure
The pile driving machine is now
working full time east of the Mohawk
The Mobowk bridge Is now done ex
oepting the painting, and a crew o
painters are now at work on the same.
A work train is now being employed
on the branch, surfacing.
Work will be commenced on the first
Mohawk bridge sooa. All the timber«
are wow framed.
A batter frooi W D Mfledoua, secretary
of tbe state fair, frost Portland under
itale of Jely 2 and says:
Please announce that tbe premium
on county exhibit has been Inereassd
te *21» on tirât, *K»l oa seeoRd, *75 on
f-owth. H..pi»y m
see yaw aaMMty -teM
M D W isdom , b « c .
ht* wk be «W*kt eewaties oompet-
I ttes year.
the teachers' annual county insti
tute will commence Monday, July 30,
1900, and continue five days, viz: Joly
30, 31, August 1, 2 and 3. All teachers
holding either state or county certifi
cates are required by law te attend the
institute, There will be three Instruct-
or» In attendance and every possible
— A* .—A aaatll
— te —. » the
6. —. •»*»!_
will be made »-*
tute profitable and interesting.
W M M ii . i . hh
County Bu perin tendent.
BoDAVILLE, Or .July 18, UKJO.
E ditor E aily G i ahd :— By some
meatis I failed to ►*<- my letter, written
to V u about twi> weeks ago. alter it
aiq>e.tred in yout »h.ini - i>vt am «»-
► ured that an «rr- . Wiil -'i ."■ » nil m-
juatice to the pe<ipl« -t t! « pisce was
made al that Huie.
There ie uo saloou ut this place,
neither i* there any drugstore where
alcoholic I'quors can l>e bad, and wl ile
l>eriiip«, inurejuga demijohns, bottle»,
keg«, bucket«, etc , a'e seen on our
street« than any other place in Ihe
state. It is safe to «av that they con
tain nothing n ore to* rm fol than | u
soda w.ster.j i»t a-
i--u ■- fr m ti e
I he • xcelie.it me'lieiiial quail ie« of
11 e-e »pi mg«, which are owned oy the
slate, have been k' own tor tunny
yeai«, aud some who are here now
have made it a • Us'om to »pend at least
a portion of the «uiuiiier hets- t n a
quarter of aceu'urv >>:vt.
J P Cheshire, » pioneer of Eu eue
In 1853, brother of W P Cheshlr-, with
his aged wife, hive made this place
their home for the ls-t nine yea «, and
It would uot be [xi-oili'e In make them
believe that any other place 1« a«
healthy as S.Miaviile. They have l>eeu
regular paid-iu-ad*ance|sub»cribere f >r
nearly 30 years to the G uard .
The many friends of Bev J I- Clay-
Oom h, pastor of tlie C. P. church of
Eugene, who, with hi« wife, came
here some weeks hgn for the bem-fit of
his health, will regret to le-irn that lie
ie not Improving to any great extent.
Two wagope Imded with friend«
from Eugene arrived today aud boueee
are in demand.
l'hat all who come here for h fe w
weeks rest and rec cation, will return
t»-m fitted, u I'bout
doubi. The following ¡«-isons are here
At Bunny Cottage —M r« Chas Haines
and two children, Mrs Ina M«yer,
Misses Pari Park, Rebecca Haines.
At Camp La Verne—Mrs M E Gil
strap, Mr Orva Gil-trap, Miss Lula
Gilstrap, Mies Jessie Gilstrap, MibN
La Verue Long.
Rev J F Claycmub and wife, Mrs
John Bailey, Mrs Smith, Mr and Mrs
W L, Bristow, Mrs 8 Haudsaker, and
•'U ncle H am ."
Eor the Seashore.
Newport ami Yaquira Bay vonlln-
oes to offer for the summer vacation
greater variety of attractions than can
be found at any other North Pacific
Excellent is-aches and safe
bathing, enticing rides and rambles
good Ismting and fishing, clam», crabs
and oyster» for the gathering, and un-
eqnaled profusion of pebbles, »hells and
A4<l to thia cheerful and
obliging hoHs, who are providing at
very reasonable rates homelike quar
tet«, and Rinat litieral fare. They won't
let one get hungry at Newport.
Hee Bouthern Pacific agent for tickets
and time tables, or corre-pond with C
Agent,, Portland, Oregon.
. . - •
That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you, if you
New Life PHI».
Thousands of sufferers have proved
their matchless merit for sick and ner
They make pure
blood and »iron/ nerves and build up
your health. I Ea»y to lake. Try them
Money bvk If not
Only 'l"> cent», .
cured, Bold by W I. I». Lan», drug-
Notice is hereby given that tbe
G rand O fficer «.— a O U W grand
following warrants will be paid on
18F< tax roll« will he closed August
presentation at my office on and after offlaers, elected at Halem yesterday : '
July 10, 1900.
W. W. WlTHBM.
of Portland; grand foreman.
will .vase July 10, 190": All L ads
Hherlf! and Tax Collector
county warrants from registered num
I Ans County, < »regori.
Frank Davey, Balam; grand recorder,
ber 7175to 7506, both incl Hive.
Dated, Eugene, Joly 9, IKK).
grand receiver, R L Durham. I rt-
R» t F rom D rill .—Tbe military
A H P atterson ,
t0jnty Treasurer. I land re-elected i; grand geide, ( H I compares will have a r—t from drll
Dyefyregon City; inside watch in, for a time. The encampment this year
J E Mellinger. Dayton; outside w
h- wa» fall of good hard work, and cap
men, Wm ^ Clarke. Gervais; Q nd tains all over tbe »tale ere announcing
Cavalry Horses Wanted.
r 1,1 in all pure for-d itale»
Ba m. ^at no drill» will tie tieid daring the
2 For tbs nAtt 20 days I^ply 1» Bang s three years J P ¡Esige. Ashland, one heated period, giving tbe men a well
stable Eugene They shoald be from year. Supreme representatives— D C dew r veil rest. Orders will be issued
R A MrFsddeo 1 to this effect by Captain Huston and
5 to 7 year» < <1, » Q’ t V25 to 1060 lbs. ¡Herrin, Portland;
BTR wart A B4f(»a. Haiem. Ed Werlela, Portland.
Williams of this city, in a day or two.
f°d frs»b k.41 up...
1 bl«ing.,.................... ..
1 Hcklrs.............. ' ‘ ’
j»r cap« and robbers 25c
►»» raisin*.................... 25c
r»*-made Baking Powder
P’J K C Baking Powder
TWINE 14C NOW
t’KKNT, July 1, 1900.
E ditor G vahd :—In order to correct
some errors appearing In the G vahd
of June 30. I ask for a small »pace in
you: I »!•« to correct said errors
p am • in an article headed. •'M
Early History. *t
The tirst error was made as to the
date of the net tiemen t of [¿»it Valley
it as 1653, by Wm
Johnathan and Patsy Morgan, Then
tlie writer submits what he says 1» a
correction by saying tiie eettlemeut
was beguu In 1852, not 1853, by
V\ i ihain, .1 mat b in and P itsv Morgan,
hi e brothers, aud not "Wm Jotiua-
thaii and Paley M >rglr,"
a widowed daughter of Johnathan
Morgan, and William Morgan was a
son-in-law ot Johnathan, and the
three took the land named, and Me
Dowt | traded tlie laud now owned by
B H Friendly, In llattleHuake valley
tn Johnathan Morgan for his L< at v I
i’lie othets parted with
their land as «tateil In the article
As to the Gosset man, lie held bis
land until tlie fall of 1853and sold |lt Io
J It Hanna.
About thia time L B
Howland located tlie place now owned
by Wm and Naucy Griffith. Also one
John Harden took tlie land now owned
by J Vincent and iu 1858 Thomas
Matthes» and Thomas Williams, with
their families, located in Lost valley,
aud John Bloops bought of Wm Wish
erd and located on land now owned by
and some time in
tlie winter of 1853 and 1854 James
Parvin settled on land In upper Lost
Valley, but later abandoned it and
located the land now owned by H
The next error in tht* above men-
tinned is in regard to the flag pole
raising, orations, etc As I was there
in persou I know who did the speak
ng. Campiiell < hrisman, of t'otlage
Grove, Captain Buoy, of Creswell, and
Gilmore Callison, of Pleasant Hill,
were the gentlemen wiio made the
addreHses. McCarty was uot present.
Honor to whom honoris due.
The next blunder is in the statement
of the building of the first saw mill by
Messrs Rutledge, Estep and Bloops. It
was built by the first two named
gentlemen. Btoops had no hand in it.
This we know, as we helped to build
the mill, and it was in 1858,aud not in
1855, as stated In Hie article.
Court House Items.
As to the 1863 Indian scare, the Hou
T G Hendricks, of Eugene, wa» In the
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
T A Milliorn to Wm Humphrey,
At tie flag pole raising, Mrs L J
2854 acres in ip 16 « r 4 w, *7395.
Dunten had tlie honor of presenting
W H Hotl'inan et ux to Wm Hum the flag.
A ’53 S ettler ,
phrey, 43j acres ill sec 28 tp 16 B r 4 w;
A Thousand Tongues
Allie East ham io D A Paine, 6.77
acre» iu eec 36 tp 17 » r 4 w; *660
Could uot express the rapture of An
Herman Delto to R R ( oleumn, un nie E Springer, of 1126 Howard street,
divided j int in mining claim iu Philadelphia, Pa., when she found
Bohemia district, quit claim; *250.
that Dr King’s New Discovery for
Consumption had completely cured
her of a hacking cough that for many
R V Blair mid Tilley Riekel.
years had made life a burden.
other remedies and doctors could give
JainesH Honig vs B I* Bladden, tier no help, but site says of the Royal
Plaintiff asks for judgment for *100 for Cure, "it soon removed tiiepalu In my
loss of one bay horse, *50 for Injury to chest and I can now sleep soundly
one gray horse, for *86 for medical eomethliig I can scarcely remember
services and lose of use of said animalB, doing before. I feel like sounding it»
a total of *236, and lor costs and dis praise throughout the universe ” b <>
bursement« of suit. Harbaugh & Kis- will everyone who tries Dr King’s New
senger appear as attorneys for plain Discovery for any trouble of the throat,
Price 50c and *1.00.
[This suit grows out of a runaway Trial bottles free at W L DeLauo’s
which occurred April 8, tlie team of drug store; every bottle guaranteed.
Mr Honig running into a barbed wire
fence enclosing the HladUeu fruit farm
Eamine Eund Statement.
weet of this city. —E d .]
Notice to Tax Pavers.
A List ot Funere People at This A '5; Settler Writes a Letter
-' tel _
1 that *
longest and pu'l the lightest.
See there at
F L Chambers
for breakfast, dinner or luncheon, in ail kind»
»(hot weather food» in erreal», potted and
■ mined meat», board turkey and chicken
can ne I aal mon, oyatera anil chip iieef we keep
at all time« in atock of fancy gr. eerie», freali,
hish giwle and apiietiains. We have every
thing .lelicito on tempt the |u>late in hot
and our butter ie choice and »weet
a» a nut aa well aa our fine ham» ami bacon.
Yours to please,
STERNER & WRIGHT
An Important Ruling.
On Monday the «upreme oouit ren
dered a decision on tbe constitution
ality of the law pmuied by the last leg- '
ialature ; eruiltting district attorneys
to present information In criminal
case« without a grand
|m v tilngi
called or an Indictment being mol, and
proceed to try a criminal case upon
«Udi an information.
The case just decided w a« that of the |
Btate i f Oregon vm Harry Tucker, who |
"How long doea It take you to do
up a «hltt, iiny way?" said an impatient
man at a Bieund «tree! Chinese laun
"(Ill, atilout flee waaliltigs,
r« »ponded the celestial.
I he Balt-m Mell oili«t minister upon
remarking that what lie needed was
more exercise, was told to make hla
• a a
was indicted III Union county fi r the I
crime of "burglary not In a d»> lllng." (
A Portland woman for Ihe eighth
He whs tried before Judge 11 .t; it Ea- time tills year asked her husband
klu, found guilty, anil having been wliat kind of a dree» tie thought would
«enteiiced, appealed to the supreni I become her lieet.
"You need muzzlln,"
court. Inaffirmiug the judgment ofi was (lie res (si rise.
the lower court Justice Wolverton • (
writing Ihe opinion, gives an exhaus
Wheti a man makes money In a
tive diacu»»lou of the question as It re
lates to both the «tale and federal con bowling game it is pm money and bls
wife Is entitled to it.
The opinion sets up the f«ct ’hat it I
Is no violation of tne con- i u'oin tn
A light bill is a heavy oue when It
deprive a defend lit ot an ex i . i Jiou 1« an electric bill against the state of
bv a grand Jury and ilia! lli ie(iy uo Oregon.
• • •
rights of the defendant arejeof" rdlxed
provided a trial 1» hail la-fiue ajuiy iu
A Eugene man stopped bls bad
op-n court. This decision e»ia ii«he« habitsand In a week was able to buy
the validity of tlie l»w.
bls wife a new bat.
What are the wild waves of Yaquiaa
saying these day»? They are rnaklag
A startling incident, of which Mr. current remarks.
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him us follows;
Itching for office I« best cured by
*1 wss in a most dreadful condition
At our last statement the amount My »kin whs almost yellow, eyes some good live scratching at the polla.
deposited in the Firat National bank sunken, longue coated, pain continually
to the credit of the India Famine In back and aide»; no appetite—gradu
Wants Prunes and Pears.
Fund whs .......... .. ................................. *223 03 ally growing wenker day by day.
2 00 I Three physicians had given me up
T N Hegar will buy a few cars of
1 00 Fortunately a friend advised trying
Name not given 10 25 ‘Electric Bitter»,' and to my great green Italian prunes and Bartlett
pear» for hl» Eastern bouse at from *12
M joy and aurpriae, the first bottle marie
by Mrs Hoff ...
It Is safe to say it Is
a decided Improvement. I continued to *16 per ton.
better than to dry.
Making a total of....... ................ ..*216 78 their use for three week», an<l am now
Two drafts (for *28.0(1 and *13.75) a well man. I know they »avert my
Dally Guard JulyJl'J
were recently forwarded to the Cbrie- life and robbed the grave of another
peration P erform rd .—Dr* Pren
vletlm." No one should fall to try
tlan Herald for distribution.
them. Only 60ct», guaranteed at W tice and TW Harils perforated a sur
gical operation upon Bam Thurston
Whale Oil Soap.
L DeLauo's drug »tore.
this forenoon. It will be remembered
that tie was very III with pneumonia
Hopgrower« are invited to call on
last winter and his life was despaired
Farm For Sale.
the Eugene Boap Uo, Sth street near
Olive, for »ample» and price« of whale
of. As a last hope an opening wae
E uoene B oap C o
628 acres of land within one rulle made and a puss cavity in bls side
Gradually be Improved.
of Harrisburg, 200 sores In cultivation Upped.
No Cure No Pay.
two old liouHos, two barna; nearly all HtlllthepUM has ever since bothered
river bottom land. A large quantity him. Today a portion of a rib was
That in ths way all ilrugvista »ell Grove»
'I'MtelnrM ('hill Tonic for Chill», Malaria and of balm, niapl« and a«t> timber. Ash removed so the doctors con Id cleanse
Billiousnas». It is a» pleasant to take aa aud maple aultatile for lumber. Two the oavlty perfectly, which was done.
He »food the operation manfully, and
old orchards on the place.
Dally Guard July 1*.
This 1» a bargain. Price, >14, per It Is now believed he will entirely
BUGEMFUL OPER1TION.— Hon H H acre. Address,
thl» foren<»»n telegraphed
to A T Cockerllne, from Portland, that
the o[>»ratlon for appetiJIcitis upon his
daughter, Mias Rosalie, had been per
formed. and she had stood the same
heroically and from all appearance*
she would recover rapidly. The many
friends of Miss Rosalie, and the family
in Eugene, will tie glad to learn the
operation ha* been so favorably per-
formed and tru»t she will regain her
usual health quickly
I ml I j Guanl, Jal* 1».
COT WoRMR.—B»v Wilson Informed
a G uard rep >rter today that Wit
worms are playing havoc with toma
toes, potatoes anWother vegetable». He
took over 240 worms off one tomato
vine, and the pe»ta had even eaten into
the fruit Iteeli. Everyone should ex
amine their garden.
Ixerr R eward .—P E Peterson, of
E»trup lias lost 21 goa's from hie term
8 miles wist ot Junction City.
ward of *1.00 each will he [mid for their
return; mark a round hole In «vUCar
Addie»- p E Pet»rs -n, E-'rup.Or,
Robbed the Grave.
R F B aker A Uo.
Junction City Hotel,
A H uit .—Today's Halem Htatssman:
John Htorms, of Lane naiuty, sues J A
and Nettis McFadden for judgment
List of Letters.
for judgment for *188.71 with 10 per
cent Intereet and *25 attorneys fees. It
Remaining in the poetoffice at Kugene. Ore*
I« claimed the amount I» due on a
•itily IR, I Ml
promissory note for *309 executed on
September 23, 1892, by the defendant
J 1 •' 1
J C Rsfterly
In favor of J L itennls, who afterward*
transferred It Io th« plaintiff. E O
Dora A Lyon*
( J Miller
Potter, an attorney of I-ane county
Ml»« An ella Miller.
A chérir»* of one c»*nl will be made nn all lit. repreeents tbe plaintiff In the tult.
ter» givo n «»ut. Per*»«« when ealllag for
lettera will »»n
«tüt*- when advertised.
Il F Me oraac K, P M
T hb B est CITY.—B H Colile, who
wi» for year» manager < f thè Btate
Insurance Company, ot Baleni, ie now
Editor i Aw lui Plight.
doing thè Northwest. He-ava Fugane
Is thè Uvei test town on thè coaat, ex-
F M Higgle», editor Minw, (Illa I l'eptiiig Portland.
He seemsd much
New», waasffi ctcd f ir yearn ■ Ith pl'es Intareeied In thè upnailding of thia
that no dor»or or remedy bellied until city au<i thè volume of basinree belng
h- tried Bweklen*» Arnica Halva.
writ»» two tmxe« wholly ««red him.
It’» the surest pile <v re on esrth ai d
W anted .—A
th» best salve in 'he world < ure gssr- rb—»<* maker wanted.
»n'eed Only 26 cent». Hold by W L
<«•11 on H H Hiephens, Crow poet office
Laus coati ty, Oregon.