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5 < rr -u’eekly Guard
Published at Euheue.Oregou. every
Wednesday aud Saturday.
all communication* and make all re-
miltances payable to tbe Eugeue
Guard, Eugeue, Oregon.
It uegius l* loos, itieretore, aa 1'
Ex-Gov. Geer, who has b«en there
the chief dependence of the expositior ir.d “saw it," bss unmet.oured con-
treasury from bow ou will be the daj | tempt for the Oregon building at. the
to day gate money—that has teeu tbe St. Louis lair, lhere is full corrn-
1 boration for what ha saya by others
geaeral experience of tbe more pre-
who have been there and who have
'entious expositions iu the past it is j rlso "saw it."—Salem Journal.
said. There now remains 'o be paid
The fact of tbe matter Is, notwitb-
back to tbu government too sum oi dauaiug tbe Oregonian, tiie building
$1,495,000 an 1 the bi-monthly pay . is a disgrace to Oregon—"A little Jog
ments from this time on must aver cabin with three small office rooms
ago nearly $500,000 each in order to * in it aud with a stoakade around it."
have the debt wiped out before the | The building leaves a very poor im-
dosing of the World’s Fair Kates
, pression on the visitor, aud tbe aver
Can the exposition company meet age 1 'regouiau who sees this building
these bi-monthly oi.ligations under views it with contempt aud awe
tbe requirements of tbe law and thus struck silence.
-are itself from practical foreclosure
Tbe writer looked upon this wonder '
by tbe government?
and heard many expression* that were
anything but flattering for our state.
Ao Animal 5tory
out. "Crawling creatures:" aaiu .nr».
Cricket. “We can’t afford to Invite
The refreshments were honeydew ar
ranged In rose leave*, and tbe or
chestra wna practicing new pieces for
the occaaion. It seemed too bad for a
debutante to appear in black. Imt no
cricket ever wears anything else, so
Miss Tweedie had to lie content with
her shiny black silk gown.
Tbe glowworms’ lamps were glow
ing. the katydids fiddled away for dear
life, and the crickets were swarming
In circles when Mr. Rooster, returning
from a late ward meeting, concluded
that this must be a banquet especially
arranged for him. But Mr. Rooster bad
been listening to speeches until he was
drowsy. He was not quick enough for
the beetles and crickets, though if they
had Invited a few worms I think he
would have got them. As It was. tbe
minute lie set bls foot In tbe ballroom
'hoy all tied out of the way under a
leaf, tbe glowworms darkened their
lamps, and yon would never have
guessed that there was a crickets’ ball
within a mile. Worcester Post.
The first really warm spring moru
uig had come and brought out the blos
soms. 1 was inclined for a walk and
The two boys on the lawn talked
CAMPBELL BROS., PUBLISHERS.
sauntered through uu open field, then about a cricket bill—they nicnnt a
sat on a stile and took a warm bath in hard ball, like a baseball, with which a
One year .............................. ,...S1 50
the sunshine. I was thinking about game called cricket is played—but Mr*
Violet, i knew very well that she was Hoppy Cricket and Mr. Chirpy Cricket,
Advertising rates made known on
intending to come to a decision be who overheard them, thought they
tween me and Howard Swatlield. er meant sure enough ball, with tu ustc
rather, that she hud come to a de
JUNE 29 i
cision and would soon accept Swatla-lJ
"The verv notion!” chirped Mrs.
I could not bl .me her. 1 was twenty
Cricket. "We will give one to Iutro-
Note and Comment.
iluce Tweedie to society."
• Ight und had a fortune.
"We’ll li t ve tbe katydids for fiddlers."
1 was silting with my eyes bent
Two tons of lligbt Noor date palm
down on my cane, with which I was Mr. Cricket said. "1 hear that new or
plants have just been received in
tapping a step below me. Looking lip chestra Is tbe finest ever."
Southern California from their native
" • should I see coming but \ inlet
"Oh. yes papa, iu.,1 do have a jarfly
A- soon as she saw ipe she crammed or two!" egged Miss Tweedie Crick, l
home, the Desert of Sahara. It is
Germans In Brazil.
a letter into her pocket. As she came “I love tbe sound of their clarinets.” I i
tbe most valuable kind of date known
up there was a cuuacta*» look on bet
For a week before the moonlight
The German government encouraged
jbd it is thought will grow to perfec
The last Washington legislature got face. It occurred to me that she had night which was to sue tile ci
iton on the irrigated part of tbe Col emigration to 1'razl! with tbe hop? very good and made a law providing written her acceptance of Swnfiienl
ami was going to post it.
\ cry Different.
orado River Desert, hot sun and plen and expectation that tbe great South it a felony to live of! the earrings of
"What a pleasant morning,”
ty of water being requisites for its
a prostitute. All good in principle-
“Very,” I replied.
come largely Germanized. According such a man richly deserves the seclu
growth and maturity.
“What time does the mall for the clt,
to a Brazilian letter in tbe Berlin sion of the penitentiary—but like
"At 11, I believe.” I took out mj
Senators Depew,Cullom and Spoon Zeiturrg, this hope has not been real some other laws relating to public
er were robbed of their convention ized, but on tbe contrary tbe 500,000 morale,it will not be enforced except, watch, ’’You have a few minutes tc
spare. Can’t you spend them with ua
gold badges, worth ab< ut $25 each, Germans colonized in Brazil are probably, in some few cases that be here ill the sunshine?”
“No.” Nevertheless, after some lies!
while mingling with Chicago hotel yielding to the effects of tbe climate come a public scandal. And a law
crowds. Yot those big fellows that and the charms of Brazilian senoritas, that is not enforced cannot be goner tiltion, she sat down beside me. 1 con
tinned to tup the step with my cane;
couldn't detect a sneak thief taking a aud rapidly becoming as Brazilian as ally euforced, is better off the statute she commenced to poke It with the
stick of her parasol, We talked about
badge off the lapel of tbe coat right the Brazilians themselves. By inter book than on it.
everything except what was nearest
under their eyes, they kuow just how marriage and by forming business as
our liearts. I was burning to use the
to run this great big country I
The best way to get Eugene’s ball opportunity to make a last (lash to
and planters, they have found their team at the head of tbe list and keep save her to myself before it should be
too late. Iiut what right liad 1 to in
That was a great idea at Chicago— interests to be in Brazil, and they it there is to give tt the encour I fluence her to
refuse a splendid offer
installing a megaphone into which to buy in Germany when they can get agement of good attendance at home. | only to wait ye: ars for me to make n
shout President Roosevelt’s name, by what they want in the fatbeiland at Every resident of Eugene ought to home for her? 1 I might never make a
home. Instead of chatting, we passed
which the astern bled thousands could lower rates than it can te elsewhere contribute something to the gate re the minutes she had
to spare each
THE KATYDID ORCHESTRA.
take up tiie shout in unison. Still it
ceipts each week. That is the way tc thinking of the letter in her pocket.
ball little snapper ling messenger boys
"Do you mean to say that I have no
looks somewhat like manufactured become Latinized after the Spanish up port the team without its being a but not referring to it. At last 1 took were hurrying to and fro all through
right to open my wife’s letters?”
out my watch.
or Portuguese fashion, and their cit burden upon any one.
“Of course you have the right. What
“Time’s up,” I said, “You have just
izenship of Brazil becomes of greater
enough to reach the postotliee before standing at all. The worms were left rou wuut is the nerve.”
the mail closes.”
Paul MortoD,of Illinois—a new dis- importance to them than their senti
You seem very much
covery of the president, it seems—hes
lived on dry bread and hot water for
concerned about my letter, ’ she said.
three months, not being able to keep
Practically they are doing as their
itates to accept a place in the cabinet
any food on my stomach ; had constipa
I To tbe County Court ui Laue County,
as secretary of the navy on account of
tion aud awful headache ; was bloated at
in the bowels, had pain in the
We, your petitioners, respectfully
his lack of special knowledge.
It trymen are doing in tbe United States
chest and hacking cough, but, thanks to
“You forget that I Induced you to
Dr. Pierce, 1 am not troubled any more.
makes no difference—he is a figure —taking an active aud an honorable
Blue River precinct, in Lane county,
I also used the ‘ Pellets' and the ‘Golden
bead, anyway—just so ha knows and a valuable part in the affairs of Oregon, and are legal voters in said stop here. It wouldn't do for me to
Medical Disfcvery,’ and find all of them
let you forget that time is passing.
just as Dr. Pierce recommends them to be
enough not to order the boats over
prscinct; that we respectfully peti The person who expects your letter
A woman’s life is verv much like a
"Since last October I have traveled over
laud he will answer for tbe place. iug to its wealth in many directions. tion and ask that the above entitled will be disappointed.”
river, It begins in the little rivulet of
hard rocky roads in farm wagons and
no return of any of my old troubles,
The responsible men who do the busi
and I know that before using Dr. Pierce’s
Whitlow, partners doing business un ments. Perhaps if you were me yoi m womanhood, with many a rock,
ness of the department have been sensible to carry with him info an
At last as mid medicines I could not have stood half ot
der tbe firm name and Btyle of Peek wouldn’t be in a hurry to post that let threatening wreck
dle life is appro.« lied a look ahead
it, as the least jar would have caused
there for years. Change of adminis I adopted country a degree of senti and Whitlow, a license to sell and re ter.”
"I can't reply to that without know shows tile river broadened out into a aching from head to foot.
tration makes no difference to them; mental love for the land of his birth tail spirituous, malt and vinous liq
" I mo t highly recommend all of Dr.
ing its contents and ‘ whom It is writ calm and pl icid lake, but before the
1 sufficient to induce him to waive bis uors in Blue River City and precinct, ten.”
lake is reached there are rapids to be
Pierce’s inemc.nes, and I hope all ladies
they are indispensable.
from female complaint will try
own personal interests and prosperity Lane county, Oregon, aud 'to main
This was both true and false, espe une. That calm and placid lake is the
Dr. Pierce s Favorite Prescription, and I
tain and keep a place of business In iltvlly false.
well-earned .tof wire and mother after know that if used right, relief and hap-
Detroit is the latest scene of one for tbe sake of "Germaniiing" the
"Would you like to know?” she ask ■rears of care. Tile rapids that lead from piness will follow.”
said city aud precinct for tbe purpose
of those singular, unexplainable oases people with whom he becomes associ of selling aud retailing liquors for ed, looking up at me as if she would tiie river to the lake mark the period
known as change of life. There are few
where a man failing to secure posses ated. The United States has no better, the term of one year or such time as like to torture me by telling.
the use of Dr. Pierce's
sion of the woman he loves, at least more intelligent or more loyal citizens said parties may pay for.
“Oh. I have been led to think that sickness more or less serious. Some Favorite Prescription 1 y women under
In some cases where
thinks he loves, shoots her, then him
anything which concerns me would in
change; the change of decay. The body
insanity has been pronounced the use
self. No one will question bis good
weakens, the mind fails, and in the very
of "Favorite Prescription” has restored
"I consider you passed beyond that prime of hie the woman finds herself a soundness of mind with strength oi
Names ot petitioner*.
judgment in turning the gun against
state which would warrant such inter
body. There is no con
himself after having shot her,but why
dition of body resulting
Judge Parker and Office.
from this period which
“What nn awful disappointment to
should he kill or attempt to kill the
N E Blair,
" Favorite Prescription ”
Judge Parker has been a great, al
woman he professes to love so dearly?
not perfectly adapted
"I have many a disappointment be
most a chronic decliner of office. He
to meet. In nervous af
C II Gruniug,
This aberration ia nearly all on the
fore me. It Is my part to bear them
fections its influence i*
has stuck to the law or the bench.and
W L Price,
male side of tbe house. If tbe wo
promptly felt. It is •
Jas A Resides,
waved away several gilded invita
nerve nourishing medi
man can’t get the man she loves she
point you will acquire wonderful stob
cine, and quiets the cry
tions. He wouldn't be the Demo
seems content to plod along without
ing nerves as crying
cratic candidate for lieutenant gover
children are quieted— by
“Tile letter. Do you wish tue to save
him, else takes tbe chance of better
feeding them. It eE
you the trouble of carrying It? You
nor in 1883 or 1885. He wouldn't be
W H Hays,
ing herself with a second choice.
courages a healthy ap
would now have to hurry, while 1
the first assistant postmaster genera]
petite, and gives quiet
coukl walk the distance leisurely.”
and refreshing sleep. It
Fred M Bryant,
in the latter year; governor in 1891;
is the best *ouic and
World's Fair Finances.
aervinc for weak, run
senator in congress instead of Mr.
E O Taylor,
As promised by I’resideut Fran Ms a
Hill, who was then forced to take the
“Then I have an interest in It?”
" I can testify,” write*
few days ago, tbe first payment oil the job. This last anecdote requires a
Mis* Lena Pazdemik, of
"Oh. no! Ton can't possibly have
S F McCcniga,
Ricker Street, St-
debt of the Louisiana Purchase Expo sweet,unquestioning faith. !So Juoge
any interest tn ft. flaven't you just
I E McCauley,
Louis, Mo., "that my
told me that what concerns me has
sition Company to the United States Parker, busy, smiling, put the office
mother must give her
ceased to Interest you?”
■rreck. No woman can escape this pe sincere thanks to the
government was made promptly on by. But who is ascetic enough to turn
“I said ’everything’ that concerns riod of change. Just how far-reaching World’s Dispensary Medical Association
June 10, in round uumIters $195,000, up bls nose at tbe presidency? As to
you. not ‘anything.’ ”
Its effect* will be, depends upon the for their advice in her trouble—change
W F Hines,
The only way in of life ; also must say that the ‘ Favorite
There was another «lienee. I had womanly health.
that being 40 per cent of the gross re that Judge Parker Is In the "recep
lessened the vigor with which I tapped which women can approach this time Prescription,’ with the ‘Pellet*,’ was of
J W Mitchell,
ceipts of the World's Fair ’jam June tive" stage. He will not dodge tbe
great benefit to her. I recommend then»
tne step; she bad increased the fre In safety is by making
P H Kyllo,
to all sufferers in similar cases."
let to June 15tb, inclusive. The de gulden apple. Even the tunic of The
quency of her pokes.
PROPER PREPARATIONS FOR THE
ü H Kyllo,
Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription 1»
tailed statement prepared by tbe fair’s mis may have a pocket.—Everrb-vt,'«
the best friend of women at every crit-
pointment to your correspondent, will This proper preparation means the ical period of life. It enables the maiden
Nela C Sarvlck,
management and attached to the Magazlue for July
be laid at my door. I think you had building up of the womanly health and to pass through the first change of life
▼oucher gave tbe total receipts for
better let me post the letter.”
the general physical health, for the without the lassitude, weakness and
“Yes. If you are so anxious about ft health of the delicate womanly organism misery often experienced. It establishes-
that period was ♦487,642.50, made *P
A census ot the Philippines has
L N Finn,
But first I think I will let you read It.’ is intimately related to the general health regularity, dries unhealthy drains, heal*-
J W Wycoff,
"If there is nny confidence In it 1 of the body, and while womanly diseases inflammation and ulceration, and cure«-
oeeu taken under the direction of
remain uncured the general health must female weakness. It is the best prepara
hardly think that would be strictly suffer.
Gate receipts, $452,426.60; season Brigadier General Sanger,
W T Culver,
When an athletic woman enters tive for maternity, giving the mother
a struggle for some championship abundant vigor and vitality, and making
shows that tbe population of tbe ar
tennis, she prepares for the the baby's advent practically painles*
♦38,850; uational commission tickets, chipelago is 7,635,4’26,of which 647,7401
"It would be perfectly fair since strain and brings her body up to the It is a purely vegetable preparation, con
Harry B Peck,
there Is nothing in it that concerns highest point of resistance to fatigue. taining no alcohol, neither opium, cocain»
♦33,800, and concessions $161,772.10. are classified as wild and itncivil'zed. ,
If she did not make extra preparation or any other narcotic. It cannot dis
The average daily receipts for the The population of tbe islauds has j
“Indeed! I thought you said I would for the extra strain she must endure she agree with the most feeble constitution.
fifteen days were $33,509.56.
run all the way If I knew Its con would surely be beaten.’ When a woman
been estimated at 8,000,1)00. wliic'i |
A FACT FOR WOMEN TO PONDER.
□ears the period of change of life, she
It will be noted that the sales of proves to have been a close approxi- !
is nearing a period of unusual strain,
weak and sick woman is invited
It Is very mean, I will admit, to and if she wishes to win through this
season tickets is very small compara mate. The Philippines have a larger |
take advantage of n woman’s want of period in comfort she must make extra to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, Arr. All
correspondence is held as strictly private
tlvely only $81X1—while In that Ilf pq-ulation than New York--the most
logical sequence, but despite my re- preparation for the extra strain sb* is to and sacredly confidential. Addrea* Dr.
taen days $72,650 came In ft am sales populous state in the union—had in
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
C Marx, Jr.
Doctor Pierce’s Favorite Prescription
terfere with Violet’s treking a good
It sometimes happens that there are
of stockholders' and national commls 1900, blit the growth of New York is
match I w.ii playing a desperate game which makes weak women strong and peculiar difficulties to be overcome in the
sloi ers' tickets >L<i neatly $162,000 so rapid that it has doubtless passed
to accomplish tlu.t very object. 1 sick women well at all other critical treatment of individual cases, and under
periods will not fail woman at this last such circumstances Dr. Pierce's free ad-1
W H Ireland,
pushed on remorselessly.
from I'oi.i ssions.
Presumably the 'he total tor the Phiiipiinea by this
great crisis of her life. If used as a
A J Werd,
"You have ', ,i
inc me." I said preparative for this change it will prac vice is often of inestimable value.
sale- cl these two special issues ofa.l- time. Tbe city of Manila Ims a pop
The dealer who offer* a substitute for I
J B Belknap,
tically remove all its pains and dangers,
'Favorite Prescription" does so to gam*
mifsii ti tickets are larger during esr- illation of 219,0’28, which would place
the letter i
nex and render this critical time free from
the little more profit paid on the sale of
Hi it t ku ■
th* —ud*<v>rderw ami mental afflic
Hi® profit ’•
Ih r werk.8 of the expositiui) and tiie i It next to Newark, N. ■!., IU the list
II A Molhu,
She took It Oil
n nn< tion so commonly associated with it
your loss, therefore accept no substitute.
F B Mason,
will b< at anv other time, and quit« of populous communities within the
But if the p-riod has T>een entered upon
rend me tl.
EVERY WOMAN NEEDS
without preparation. "Favorite Prescrio-
tint ui nil) H8 the weeks go by and1 the jurisdiction of tbe United States, an 1
hot. her tun
’’ will promptly cure the painful
^JJ E Sime,
a copy of Dr. Pierce s Common Sense
big Shov «I I roachen it« zenith aim the seventeuetli city In rank. Nearly
symptoms aud restore the balance of per-
“ 11 H Rhode*.
Medical Adv: er. It is a complete gui- ,e
the letter fr.
to healthful living. This great work,
then l.eiure its end,revenues from con- 16,14X1 residents of Manila live in ve*- ,
. J V O’Le iry,
' It is now two years since I first began containing more than a thousand large
c< done will fall off entirely; It is al seis in the harbor, and ouly 11,4'X'
I. 1’ Snapp,
to use your medicines,” write* Mrs.
pages and over 700 illustrations ia sent
1 blush for myself till’ I should Charles E. Thompson, Georgetown, El
C J Dodd,
free on receipt of stamps to pay ex
together probable, indeed, that prac live within the city's walls. The Ni
hnve turned Violet at a vltienl mo dorado Co., Calif. "When I first tned pense of mailing f/y . Send 31 nne-rent
*F F Hubbard,
tically all of the more Important coll- gretos are believed to be tbe aborig
moot from a good u cb t • > poor on* the Favorite Prescription ’ I thought I
stamps for the cloth-bound volume, ot
only jr stamps for the book in papet
eesisons have lieen disposed of al- ines of the islands, aud now number
and for her that »ho should have bee* would never live through the ‘ Change.
,’ HJV Buffington,
covers. Address Dr. R. V Pierce, Bu>
won by a bit of pique.
have and live I had stomach trouble
J F Tate,
£*lo. N. Y.
victor b . storm .
I De Crisis Comes to
women at the Tur
Ing Point la Ute.