The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, December 21, 1878, Image 2

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    Kl EU3EME CITY OUARD.
EUCCNB C1TV.OKEUON.
SATURDAY. DF-O. 1, IWB.
CbriMmai. '
Before the next Uiaeof the Guakd
Cbrietraas will bve pawed; so to all
our readers we wiwh a Merry Christ
mat. . Of all the red loiter days io
lh) year, Christmas lathe rosiest.
Smiling like a child'a face peeping
out of warm fura. What ehould it
be if not merry ? Other holidays
have their especial merit, but Christ
mas excels them all in richness and
variety. It it tho oldest of all our
great festivals, and the holiest and
and happiest associations cluster
around it. It is covered with the
Ivy of nearly two thousand years and
,with its eolemn antiquity are blended
tho memories ol childhood. For
ever old and yet forovor young.
Christmas rules the year with the
double sceptre of sweet religion and
innocent joy. Its pictim-squo it
charming, for it comes with tho Win-
.ter, like a rose that hlossonn in the
snow. The winds may race over our
cold, rainy streets liko wolves on an
Arctic snow waste, tho rivers be
frozen and the skiet dark will)
elouds, but tho cold without only
increases the warmlb within. The
contrasts is essential to Christ max,
and the sterner the reign of Winter,
the more beautiful is the Summer of
.the heart, the soflcr nnd sweeter tho
happiness of tht home. .
Christmas does not come clone,
but with a train of attending dnys.
It loeks beforo and and after. First,
t'lero are tho pleasures of anticipation
cheerful preparations, deep plots for
agreeable surprises and profound con
sultations of the' domestic cabinet.
Then comes Christmas itself, when
all these hopes aro fulfilled, these af
tfeotionato schemes ilixolosod, these
wonders rcvealod. Then wo out from
fibs bond, given by the year, nil tho
pretty coupons of love nnd friendship
But Christmas does not end with tho
day. As it was preceded by the
"pleasures of hope," to it is followed
by tho delight of content. Merry
Christmas blonds with Happy Now
.Year, as when tho lining moon and
setting sun Interweave their beams
into ono heavily light, .
1 .L . nLI
" tteualui Ilavnic) in rtl wwnVi
on tho Chincso question gnvo utter
ance to sentiments that in our view
i . . ... . .
:.-iiLa liih i-iiHU uiiiiiiri mil v. rM iim nr
lisynnl said ho wns opposed to the
introduction of Chincso labor to com
pete will) American lahoicrn, just ns
he was opposed to tho introduction
of tho Oriental system of government
in the country. The Oriental, he
said, had no conception of tho nature
of republican institutions, and moro
ovr it Lad been iflcctually demon
- ,trted by ttriiish experience in In
dia that tho Orientals had a danger
oui capacity for secret combinations
. which would make it especially dan
gerous in this country to admit Chi
nese to citizenship. Tho Ilritish in
India, be said, made the experiment
ol appointing native judges, but it
was soon discovered that through
their secret combinations olUnder
and judges were noting in concert
.and no crimes could bo punished
Tho experiment was porforce abuu
. donod, but aside from tht polilicul as
- peot of the Chines qunsliou, Senator
Ilaysid said that he foil we owed
, something to our owu race. For his
nart ho bvlievod in a whiio man's
government in the broadest sense ol
the term. lie thought thero were
, something moro in this life worth It v
ing for than golting rich. He would
rather take some of the discomforts
of poverty and see all shout him ot
his own kind enjoying life free from
.competition with degraded labor,
than to have all the luxuries of life
while others were suffering. A great
,r calamity, in li;s judgement, could
.not befall his country than to have
an inundation of - Orientals. He
.thought it was tho duy of Congress
lo tako some immediate and t'llicicnl
, steps to arrents Chinese immigration
II dots not Ulieve in toe 11 irlin"-
; am Treaty, and In hit ju lgem nt it
was of very much loss importauce to
this country than had bu n generally
.supposed.
Thue art noble sentiment, plain
llj and forcibly exprtsvd. They
.will receive sincere and, warm appro
ibation in tht Pacitio Stairs, Senator
; Bayard struck the kry note ben he
.remarked there was something. better
than ricbea to livo and strive for.;
But h touched the very foundation
principle in hit declaration against
tho introduction ot degraded labor
by an inferior race. He is sound,
therefore, as he states, upon tho pro
position to do away with the Hurl-
ingamo Treaty, and hit eminent worm
and sterling qualities, whiuh givo him
so much influence in tho Senate, and
cause him jty bo so much honored and
admired throughout tho Republic,
will bo of incalculable benefit at the
proper time in the interest of our peo
ple, toward the abolition or material
amendment of that most baleful in
strument, by which this Coast wns
practically surrendered to China, as a
sort of treasure land for the Mongo
lian swarrns to visit and plunder and
depart iVom with their Well-filled
pockets. Senator Bayard has more
thm ever endeared himtolf to the
people o,f tho I'acifio Const by his
statesman-like declarations on the
Chinese question.
.A .Move in the Bight Dire lion.
3. V. Examiner.
Tho House Committee propose a
Hill to reduce tho salaries ol Ministers
abroad, and to dispense with some ol
tho missions now maintained. The
reduction proposed in first class mis
sions is thu. restoration to tho old
Democratic standard, which was
enough for honest, republican ser
vice at foreign courts. If tho Amer
ican people are to pay lor the
'splurge abroad ot Ministers who ape
tho manners of royalty or aristocracy
nothing less than a hundred thous
and a year in each case will suffice,
Since it is preposterous to go to that
frivolous excess, republican manners,
pure and simple, should be observed.
In the early days of tho Confederate
United States nnd tho Republic, tho
pomp and pageantry of European
Courts wero grander than now. Yet
Dr. Franklin, Thomas Jefferson,
Jumes Monroe, nnd even tho aristo
cratic Federalist, ltulus King, in
those tiaics icprejcntod their country
wilh a dignity and nppropr'utoness
which hns never h'iiico been sur
passed. And in periods more mod
cm, such courtly men ns Kdward Ev
erelt, and ns dignified a statesman as
James Buchacnii, have represented
this (iovcrnmeiil at tho proud Court
of St. James. General Cass was a
jilnb man, but Louis Pnilippo hon
ored him in his plain garb of respco
tab'.o American uiluenship, an the
-- r -yl44"V. " ui.Mll!n
people, nnd aslnngton Irving at
tho Conn oriain never telt his own
or his country's dignity the lcs in
iho presence ot mnjosi.y for being of
simple, linos eolations habits, ns be
fitted thu Ministers of n mighty
Power whoso found lion was deep
laid in genuine republicanism, with
no tulso decoration to tho noble su
perstructure, no tinsel in its real
adornment. Whou the great Demo
cratic statesmun, Win, L. Maiey, was
Secretory of State, he instructed our
Ministers in Europe to conform to
the republiuau dress and habit ot the
American people It was a wise and
nn 1 far-seeing instruction. Ho did
not view llio Foreign Missions ns the
means to enable wealthy Americans
to ostentatiously paiadu ut the
Courts and in the C;imI..Is of Europe
their golden store and their magnifi
cence of display. Could he now arise
from his grave, or could Franklin
and Jefferson, their eyes would be
duz.l.d and their senses conlounded,
as their hearts would grow sad at
contemplation ot tho fiuure, while
viowiug Iho deposition to pomp and
circumstance of Am.-ricnu Legations
abroad, ned tho copying at home of
thoso who have- Mono Europe and
returned with only its glitter and
follies and icet, as they exhibit their
patterns taken from aristocracy, ns
the stage king exhibits the splendor
of hu costume, to attract tho atten
tion ol spectators to tho adou.ment
which is, after all, worth mcr '.I an
jho person. This reformation i tie
foreign service is much required, 8' ti
Congres can nowhere more appro
priately apply tho pruning knife.
PiutTiu: Vti;sc PuKfKrr. The
Attoritiit makes a specially of venti
latu certain humbug Etcin adver
tisers who sen. I proposition to that
oflict This i emnmond ldo in that
i.-iper and should become general
among Uio prest of ,tho St;t.
rolher Ireland however doet not
nsko his pieiire and precept corre
spond; is w eo that he is publish
ing a Urge amount of pufliug for the
Chicago it d North Western Rail-
road, amounting in all lo several vol
ume. Vt trust that hj will in time
gel j tu-e ride en t ml wonderful rail
way.
SuWribo for the Ut ami. '
Aps, the Indian murderer, on beiiitf asked
by Jodgo McArthur, Were sentence of death
was pronounced, if lie had anything to say,
replied: "You talk, to me now only as dirt;
my body is u dirt now to you; but you
should talk with the spirit that goes from
my body, that's all."
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ASTOR HOUSE CARD.
TT HAVING BEEN ASSERTED THAT
I t i.n,lrl in mxm a liar. I den ire to in
form my patrons and the public, that such as
sertion U false. 1 shall, in the future, as in
Ihc past, devote all my time anil energy in pro
moting the comfort t-f tluue who favor me
with their patronage. Very resiwctfully,
M as puerade .Parties.
niK RT fir !!I.E?S HOTEL GIVES
I notice Hint thev will furnish suppers for
Masquerade Hi .Us on very lilcrai ttmriii.
NOTICE.
AI.1.L THOSE WHO AUK INDEBTED
to the underused will please come' for
wi.nl mill II.' 1 1 ! before January 1. 1W0. a on
that date I will put all my uncollected ac
connU into the l.audi of nn ntfurr for crh-s
ti. J. C. 1PJL0N.
Public Examination.
nniK 1'iriil.ic: F.XAMIXATIO." OF
J. .plioant for Ti-achem certiticates will
take iilase in Eiwene, Decemlwr 'iiith anil27th,
1K78. K. (I. CAI.LISOX,
Sup L of Hchoo'.s for Lane I'ounty.
Sheriff's Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
by virtue of an execution cl'ily ia
surd out of the Circuit Court of the St:ito of
Oregon for the county of Lane, hy tho Clerk
thereof, and to me directed, on to-wit: the .M
day of Decemtxr, lH7rl, uion a judgment and
decree rendered in said court Noveiulier ft,
1K7S, aiiiiKt A. V. Wallace and in favor of J.
C. Vatt-s for the mini of i7 in U. W. Kld
coin, toiiitliftr with interent. and outs and dis-
htirKmenU ami exien'S of sale, biu for the
foreclosure of tho nioitijaijed preuiiites do
scrilj.d as follows, to-wit: The donation lanil
claim of Oeorffe Ozment, ?fot KM, claim 6 1, in
T 20 H. U 4 West, containiiis I.VJ.70 acres in
I.ono coiiuvv, Oregon. Commanding me to levy
upon and sell said descnljed mortgajfeu prem-lHt-n.
iiurHiiant to Haiil decree.
Therefore l)y virtue of nid execution, I did
on tho Kith day of Dccemher, 1878, levy ujion
the aliove described raortgat'ed premises, and
will sell the samo at uuldic auction to the hh.'h
est bidder at the Court House door in Eugene
City, Lano county, Oregon, on ,SA I UK DAY,
tho' 25th day of January, 1871, between the
hours of I) o'clock in the f.mmoon anil 1 o'clock
in the afternoon of said day.
Terms canh, in IT. S. KoldiiAin.
S. 1!. EAKIX, JR.,
Sl.erilT of Lano County, Oregon,
Eutfone City, December 21, 1878. 5w.
EUGENE CITY MILLS.
milE UNDERSIGNED 11E0 LEAVE TO
1 inform the public that they are the ownera
of the EUGENE CITY MILLS, and are pre
uared to do a uenerul millintr business. Will
receive Wheat on storage at lowest terms, and
make satisfactory aiian jeinents with fanners
who desire to Imvo tlieir own i heat grounil.
Mave nt all times on liutul,
in.OlHTtw' ' KINDS OEMILLKEED,
Hlntiest Cash Price (ur Wheat
l'ATTEIUSOX, El UilS 4 GRAY.
S. S. HOFFMAN, M. D.
rilYSICIAX AND SUllfiEON
Wiahtsto inform his patrons that the ru
mor that he has removed from town la false
Ho may be found at his OFFICE -Jude Kij
uon s loruier resilience on lUgl) Mreet.
GRAND BALL
-AT-
LANE'S HALL.
E. H. AND L. CO. NO. I,
WILL GIVE THEIR
Seventh Annual Ball
ON
Clu-istimi live, 187$
tM.M.mi"ri:i;!s.
Committoa of Arrangements:
O. W. Fletcher. John O'Brien,
H. C. Humphrry, J. M. Hendricks,
John skinner.
Committoo on Invitation.
EUGENE CITY:
Hon. J. M. Thouin, J. B. I'nderwnod.
T. G. Hendricks. H. H. Friendly.
F. B. Dunn.
SPRINGFIELD:
Wiu. R. Walker, Janiea Smith.
WILLAMETTE FORKS:
Marion Vanduyn. Joi-er Wilkin.
JUNCTION CITY:
Jamee Looier, John Wortman.
HAKKISBURG:
0. P. Thimipkins, J. G. Sender.
Eoceptioa Caaaiittea.
C.ev R. Kincaid, J. K Ream,
L D. Walton. E J. MeCiaoahan,
G.W. Kiusey.
Floor Hampers
O. W. FU-Vher. John O'Briec.
1L C. Humphreys, St. John Skinner.
Tickets, Including Scpper, $3 ao
Tickets, Without Supper, $200
The best of music will b in atten Uoce.
A eontuU innution eitraled t all.
FIREMAN'S
ASTONISHING CURES I
Of Nervout Debility, Lost Manhood,
Paralysit. Exhausted viiamy, impa.rcu
Memory Mental Diseases, Weakness of
Reproductive Organs, Etc., Etc., by
the
Celebrated English Remedy,
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE!
It restores HEAKIXU and etrenginens w
EYESIGHT. It Is not a yUACK NOS-
' 'its effects are permanent. It has no euuaL
It U neither STIMULAXT XOK JiACli
AN T, but it will do the work thorougly and
welL
DR. MINTIE CO.'S great suocesa in the
above complaints is largely due to the use vf
this wonderful medicine.
I'rice f.l 00 tcr wntie, or lour inne wio
nnautitv for el": sent secure irom omen auuu,
noon KhUEIl'T OF PRICE.
None genuine without the signature ol wis
proprieUir, A. E. MINTIE, M. 1).
I n yiinuiw meow Hwiiw.v..
"n,. VITAL RESTORATIVE and Dr. Min-
lie A Co.'s Special Treatment testify positively
that they can.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Thorough f xamina'tion and advice, including
analasys, 3 00. Address
DR. A. E. MINTIE St CO.
(Graduate of University of Pennsylvania, and I
lste Resident Surgeon, Orthopedic Hospital, !
I'liilodelpliix
lirnnch ()ffi(. No. VA, corner Second and
Morrison streets, Portland. P. O, box MS,
Or 11 Kemey street, San Francisco.
Office hours-10 a. m. to 3 p. m., daily; 6 to 8
evenings. Sundays, 11 a. m. to 1 p. in. only.
auglf-yi
S. He men way, M. D.
TJESPECTFULLY Or r KKa His i.K
AX vices to the citi!iis of Eugene City and
vicinity in the
PRACTICE .
or
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
Win n nut alvKoit on iirofessioual duty can
be found at his residence, corner of Oak and
Fifth streets or at JJr. Patterson s olnce on
Ninth street.
Ottice hours from 10 to II a. ., and 3 to 4
P. M.
VTEW DItUG STORE OX WILLAM
j eteo .Street, near Ninth,
OKU.r.is in
DllUGS.
CHEMICALS,
01 ..
TAINTS,
HI. AS,
PATEUrHEDICWE3, S'.c.
Brandies, Wines and Liquor
OK ALL KINDS.
In fact, we have the bust aoi tinent of article
, found in
FIRST CLASS DKUt rfTORK.
We warrant all our drugs, for they are new mid
Perfumery abv- Toilet Articles.
Aj we have bought
OUU GOO S I'OU CASH ,
We can compete with any establishment In En
gene City in price and accommodation.
Buy your goods where you can get
the best and cheapest,
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
' At all hours of tlie day or night.
SADDLERY.
Saddle & Harness Shop
ONE DOOR NORTH OF
DUNN Jc STKA'I TON'S,
Willaa'tto Street, Sugena City, Ogn.
Can be had everything usunlly kept in a
well regulated
HARNESS SHOP
I use the REST of mati-rial, and do my work
well. Come and aee me before purchasing else
where. WMIe my harness rannot be excelled, 1
attention i called to
MY SADDLES.
The LAKIN tree is acknowledged the best
on the coast, and when rigged lv inyaelf, gives
entire satisf;ictinn; having the three" requisites,
beauty, durability and comfort
PJIODUCK TAKEN.
D. R. LAKIN.
S. Iloscnblatt A; Co.,
GE.ERL MERCIIAXDISE,
At the old stand, Southwest corner of Eighth
and Willamette streets,
KUOK.XK CITY, OHKGO.V.
Have the most complete stock of
General Merchandise
In the city, including
Dry Goods,
Groceries,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Etc.,etc
And in fact eTerrthing the market demands.
, in n we are aeinng at
BED-HOCK PRICES.
Paid (or all kinds of farm product
oenverea mi our Stor.
.S. Rosenblatt &Cq.-
NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED, WISHING 10
go East, will sell at a bargain three mares,
on. horse, one 2 J year old stallion, St Lawrence
blood; two set of harness, one lj iron xl i trav
eling or farm wagon. The wagon has a 5 inch
(range) tove and folding bed within. Jo be
seen at Thomas Lutlers. N. 8. Chadwick.
605: tf
A GOOD FARM FOR SIIH
A Well Improved Farm
rvv nvR HirxnnFD AND THIRTY
J acres, situated one half mile northwest
of Eugene Lity.
The Improvements are all New.
A fine young orchard of the
Choicest Fnrits.
TER Mb REASONABLE.
Inquire of J. 15. UNDERWOOD, or on the
I ne 1illlf LH'fVVl'l)
premises. ai. iunn dai.w
O K
Market !
0. C. PES3SISGTM, Proprietor.
Three Door North of the Aslor House,
EUGENE CITY,
Oregon
KEEPS ON HAND THE BEST
BEEF,
VEAL,
PORK AND
' MUTTON
IN THE MARKET
--KOB SALKUY TUK
CARCASS, QUARTER
OB AT-
EL 3E3 JL. .OC
LARD,
SAUSAGE,
DRIED MEATS,
3ml Everything Pcrlaining lo a
FIKST-CLASS MAIJKI-
Always on Hani
I butcher none but the very fattest nnd lwst
stock in the -country and sell none but No. 1
articles.
Give me a call snd you will neither be dis
appointed in quality or prices.
Meats delivered to all Darts of the ckv free of
cuargc.
R C. PENNINGTON.
Real Estate Agent,
Collection Agent,
and Notary Public.
EUGENE CITY, : OREGON.
TO THE LADIES.
hisses Kolioway & Under
Are Agents for Mrs. M. L. .lil'.son's im-5
proved chart for cuttiiu,' Dresses, Saciues,j
Itasquee, Wrapperti. Chiltlrens' clothing, etc.l
.in mis wiu he taught tree ami a set of pat
terns given. 1 Ins inducement is given to in
troilue the only lerfect evstim.
Persons wishing to avail themselveM nfi
this opportunity will do well to call at their J
millinery an t dress-making establishment,
mrinieite sTreet, nenr r uifli
Lane County
MERCANTILE ASSOCIATION
mill ASSOCIATION HAS ON HAND
M. large and ranrnl assortment of 1 RESH
uOODsi, and are receiving every month new
uppiie suueo 10 mis market.
Goods are sol.i low and
AT ONE TRICE TO ALL I
And rRODl'CF. TAKEN AT THE HIGH
EST MARKET RATES.
Give us a call before purchasing, a it ie no
irouDie tosnow gnoU and give isncea. apl
I HAVE ESTABLISHED A
LUMBER YARD
On the orner vl Eleventh and WilUmette
street, and keep ennrtantly oo hand lunibr of
all kind. Seasoned flooring and rustic, f-no-ing
and fence posu F. B. DUNN.
jlvHtf
VEITSTOCK or IIITS-Th. let
Xl and Urjeet ever broe-ht to Y.wnr at
TKIKNliLYS
DUNN & STRATTOM
ATTIIK
OLD 8TAND OK F. B. DUNN. .
HAVING ASSOCIATED WITH ME IX
business Mr. HOHACE F. STltATTON,
we have just received a new, large and
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
Making a specialty of
HARDWARE,' IRON AND STEEtrt
AMD
AGBICtfLTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
We desire to make no grand flourish, but d
say that farmers can come nearer gittmg
ANYTHING THEY MAY WAXT
at our store than at any other establishment im
town, ar.d they con buy them on as good teruw.
We have full line of
FOKEIGN AND DOMESTIC DRYGOODS,
FANCY GOODS,
LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING
GOOOS.
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Vint am continually adding to our i'ock ti
meet the demands of the public.
DUflX & STKATTOX.
INSURE
gainst Ios by Fire
IN THE .
Liverpool " & London & Globa
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Chas. Lauer, Ag't,
Dn. T. AV. SiiKLTos,
F. 51. Vll.K!NBr
SHELTON
WILKINS.
Practical Gruggisls & Chemisfsr
UNDERWOOD'S BUILDING,
Next duor t the (Jranjre Store, Willamctto
street, Kiyeue City Oregon.
Have just opened a full line of fresh
Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals.
Also a fine assortment of
Fancy am! Toilet Articles.
AM, KINDS UK
Mixed Paints, Lead, Oil,
Varnish, Prushcs,
WINDOW GLASS ansl PUTH
1Vi:,.1. el,:,,, ,:U .K.n uu11 nn H.nu.inaliU
Sj.aaltO
Care Tut ntttnlion given to Pliysiriim's Pre
MTillicn:i. '
XKW IDIiTAN
OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, OGN.
Inrorponilfd, Juno,
Capital Stork, (100,000
OVKICKIIS :
riu-KUiKST- A. Twld. fiKcnmr Aw
relius Tisld. Directous J. P. Gill, J. W.
Jackson, T. S. Ibshibauyh, A. L. Todd aud A.
Todd.
Principal office for sale of stock at J. P. Gill
& Son's drug store, PostoUice building, Eugene,
P)K l.t.i:itL, JTI Fit (II AN DISK fl9
T.C. HENDRICKS,
yiSITISiG CAIIDS-Veryneat-atthe
GUARD OFFICE.
171011 BUENA VISTA STONE WARE go
1 to T. G. HENDRICKS
Bok and Stationery Store.
POST OFFICE BUILDING, EUGENE
City. I have on hand and am constant
receiving an assortment of the Beet School and
Miscellaneous Bwks Stationery, Blank Books
i uruoiio, . ania, Pallets, JUunks, 1'ortmon
naes. etc.. etc. A. S. PATTERSON.
QKOCEII1ES-I shall keep on a full of
GROCERIES & PROVISION'S
And invite the tention of housekeeper. '
m T. G. HENDRICKS
BOOTS A.l NIIOKS-CAUFOt:
ilia hand and machine made Boots and
bhoea. A new lot direct from factory.
. S. H. PJUENDLY
photographs;
Albert Jackson, Artist,
Take Photographs, Gems, Cards, Cabinet
and Life-Size, style and finish equal to any
work done in the State. Prices reasonable.
GALLERY Willamette etreet, Eugene
t ity, Oregon, over Mrs. Jackson's Millinery
r
BEN RUSH,
BLACKSMITH,
Is still at the old ttami n,t i. ,,.. I J.
all kuwle of general jobbing, horseshoeing, re-
inns, etc Having secured the service of
FAKMMACHINEhY speciality.
BEN BUSH.
LA B F.LI I : T Gi , u,,
gent for this celebrated wairoo.
1 U.ili.NDKICKSL
1 of Ml A P. For sale onirbT
T.C BEX PRICKS.
ROSEBUFG ANL BAN JUAN LIM1
f sale by T. G. HENDRICKS.