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crfr AND COUNTY
Candidate for m'shtwatchmenare numcrou.
Cmmon Council meetiinexi Mondoy even
W knowledge pleaaant call tliii week
fromllrTG Owen and J Hamilton, of Coot.
The Euijen Baid eereiaded the eucce&i.
lal eaodidaU in the oity contest, Monday
The Uui"ity Band of this place will
. i k T..:..
n flnCeruUUUlCUU U VUUUbiUU, ftuu
p I Farrell will commence a select
achool in Henderson't old school building, Mon
day April 17th.
ratroniis John Lender if yon want good
Sk. Be furnishes first rate quality t a
reaMile price. ,
The highest price paid in CASH for Hides,
fun Deer Skins and Chickens, at the store of
g, Soeenblatt to.
We have just received some new horse
.. froiu San Francisco. Horsemen call at
the Goabd office and look at them,
A couple of citizens had a slight scrimmage
Sunday, with no material damage t either.
The recorder was interviewed by the offending
Mr. Joseph Cherry, formerly of this city,
hit more recently in busiucss iu Juuction,
hai gone east of the mountains, to laok out
a place for locatiou.
The University Cornet Band will give
popular entertainment at Lane's Hall, Fri'
ixr evening, April lutn. rnce ot adims
lion only 25 eta. Full bills in due time.
Don't cry. and mourn, and fret and sigh,
Yeu poor enfeebled "critters,"
. Don't give up the ship until you try
Those Dandelion Bitters.
The Astor House is the "boss" house this
side of Portland. Farmers are invited to
ill and try ene of his excellent meals and
beds. He only asks a fair living price, and
don't you forget it
The St. Charles Restaurant is a cosy place
kept by Mrs. A. Renfrew iu the brick build
inx adjoining the old St. Charles heteL A
itaber of neat lodging rooms also belong to
the house. Meals and lodging, 25 ceuts each
Board lodgiugby the week oa reaso nable
terms. Give her a calL ,
Mr. R, H. White, an old band teacher
and thorough musician, who has recom
mendations from the best musicians of this
eovt, has been employed as teacher and mu
sical iuatructor of the Kngeno City Baud.
Ai snon as the weather permits Mr. White
will favor our citizens with some choice cornet
lolos, when our people may expect a rare
treat in tiie musical liuo.
Circuit Court Docket.
The following is the docket of the Circuit
Court, which convenes here Monday, April
State vs John Harbin; larceny.
State vs J L Wilson: larcenv.
State vs James Connelly: sellini lienor with
1 1? -
State vs J A Peek: forgery.
State vs A and B Luroh; wiling liquor to
The city election last Monday passed
quietly soil without undue excitement
although hard work was done on both sides.
Tlie Citizens ticket carried the day, with one
tictption, over the Temperance ticket, by
at arerags majority ef twenty. One ' year
ago the Temperance ticket was elected by
u average majority of twenty-seven. The
neceuful candidates are all good men largely
identified with the interest of the city and
we have ne fear that its prosperity will suf
fer under their management. No, votes
ait, 254; a loss of 32 from last year. The
following is the result:
WaEdris, (Citizens) 138
Jehu Sloan, (C) 141
AV Peters, (C) 140
J E Holt, (Teinpeiance) 121
TWSheltou, (P) 108
Presley Conicgys, (T) 109
HC Humphrey, (C).. : .'...134
IP Henderson, (T) , 116
J J Walton, Sr,(C) 123
JlAttsbery, (T) 130
J 8 Lackey, (C) 142
I U Davis, (T) 113
The McKenzie Road.
tks company interested in the above road
at their meeting on last Monday planned an
wteaiive campaign of improvement for this
won by appropriating $1,000, to be used
u rtraightening, widening and leveling the
Nad from Rock house eastward. With a
determined effort on the county road be
twees here and Bock House by the citizens,
w-operation with the road company, a
nvs to the alpine suburbs of our city will
me a pleasure, as well as a benefit to the
l"lth ef those seeking recreation. We hope
to us such an effort made now as we will
ws the perihelion and twoheated elections
P through this season and will need
the mountain air occasionally to brace ns up
State vs S Rosenblatt: violation of Sundav
State vs Henry WaihauL-er: violatiun of
State vs Henry Washauser: violation of Sun
State vs Clias Sargent; larceny.
State vs Geo Campbell; larceny.
State vs Doran Boggs; appeal.
State vs J E Warner; exposing poison.
State vs John Lance; attempt to commit
State vs R M Chrisinger; forgery.
J W Malion vs Tlios Browning; to recover
A I Nicklin vs Sarah A Miller; to recover
Thomas Brewn vs Sophronia Brown; suit for
Union University Association vs J J Corn-
stock; to recover money.
UeoIIArmitage vs Columbus Rhea; suit in
equity to quiet title.
8 P Lowell vs H S Corbit et al; to recover
Board of School Land Commidaionen v V.
Chichesteret al; continuation.
a Dunn et al vs Union University Abso-
iinbuuii uuiii in vquibv tu net naiue uvctl ,
J W Malum vs h A Unlrln et al: suit for
Hovey & Humphrey vs S Steinheiaefi con.
A V Peters 4 Co vs W W and B D Hintnn;
Kubeca fisher vs James t Jirown et al: fore-
Win Newhouse vs E L AnuWatBt-fc al-
Alex Matthews vs R L Newman; confirma
A J Babb, administrator vs G H Armitace:
to recover money.
Board of School Land Commissioners vs Sam
M V lloosier vs O H Mitchell; confirmation.
naruh J Jones va Y It Jones: divorce.
Board of School Laud Couimisttionors vs F
M hutjn et al; foreclosure.
Minnie Limlsley vs (x w Linusley, divorce,
S H Friendly vs WM Whitney etl; foreclose
Kliza D Parker vs W M Parker, divorce.
J W and Polly Mahon vs A Bales et al; suit
Mary M Heailiree vs G W Hobbs; foreclos
David Coleman vs Henry Coleman et al: suit
in equity to perfect title.
YV in Simmons vs James Harkins: to recover
Mary Ann Bullock vs James Lee Bullock;
Missouri Davis vs Thos Davis; divorce.
David Cherry vs H C Perkins et al; fore
David Cherry vs H C Perkins; foreclosure.
Frank Bros & Co vs Lurch Bros; to recover
(i w blupley vs I a rjweaiengm; to recover
Itebecca Fisher vs C Renfrew; to recover
Samuel Meek vs 1 nos iSutler et ux; lore-
ICobccca h Johnson vs James J Johnson; di
A column devoted to the intercsU of the I
Laurean and Kutaxian Literary Societies, and I
mo ouibo uuivereiiy.
A. . ROSENTHAL, KIllloU.
erring at the
CswARRANTABLt It ha become almost
impossibility for any circumstance, how
to trivial, to pass unnoticed by the occn
Pt ef a certain pnlpit of this city. A
7ug gentleman was arrested here a few
ago for an alleged offense, and before
ss even given the benefit of a trial, the
reverend gentleman improved his shining op
Pwtusity by calliag attention to the circum
""e in the conrtm nf hi urirun. The
, Muter, whom he professes to follow, did not
"Memn the Magdalen, but bid him who
Without sin cast the first stone. Sidney
th las said, "A pnlpit is a platform just
""ieet above contradiction;" but when
ters forsake the story of the Cross to
alge in innuendoes aad personalities they
y expect to lose the respect of all honor
ls en, and also to injure) the cause of
Rev. S. Monroe Hubbard will preach in
the Chrstian Church, next Lord's day;
ninraing and evening. Subject for morning,
The Priuce of Peace;" evening, "A Church,
or What !"
The following will be the special pro
gramme of church service, both morning and
evening, next Lord's day, and also through
t'.io Summer an I Autumn.
1 Voluntary, by the choir.
2 Brief Invocation ,
3 First hymn.
4 Lessons of scripture.
6 Second hymn.
8 Voluntary, by the choir.
9 Benediction. .
Immediately at the close of each morning
service the Lord's Supper, will be p:rtaken
os by all, who deem themselves worthy.
1 Voluntary, by the choir.
2 First hymn.
4 Prelude to the sermeii, er lecture of
the evening, which will consist each evening
of a fifteen minutes essay on live subjects
of the time, such as Darwin, Huxley, Spen
cer. Joseph Cook. Ingersnll, r Temperance,
or Education, varying each evening.
The prelude for next Sunday evening win
be "The Men To-Day."
6 Second hymn.
7 Thirty minutes sermon or lecture.
On Wednesday at 1 P. M., of each week,
the Ladies Sewing Society, will meet at Sis
ter Jackwn's. All the ladies of the church
and society are cordially invited to attend.
Uu Thursday evening at. i .mi m
week a prayer and social meeting will be
held at the church, with a brief sermon at
the commencement of the service, by the
On Saturday eve. of each week theloung
Peoples' Bible Class will meet to study the
Bible, and Ecclesiastical and profane his
tory. All, old and yeune, of all denomina
tions are cordially invited to attend, as well
as all who are not members of any church.
Lesson John's Gospel
Rev. S. Monroe Hibbard,
Pastor of the Christian Church.
Eugene City, April 11, 1830-
No class of citizens contributed more gen
erally to the relief of the famine-stricken
people of Ireland and Silesia than the Jews
a fact which sheuld be borne in mind, and
should tend to remove the most unjust prejn
ai m-hmh exists in the minds ef many per-
Jhe educated ne-
The publio meeting of the Eutaxian So
ciety on last Friday, April 2d. was well at
tended. The Laurean Society and several
luviteu guests were preseut. Promptly at
o'clock the society was called together by
tke president, Miss Agues MoCornack. The
ruling qneea of the Eutaxiaia presides with
dignity and grace, renders prompt decisions
aad preserves the best f order.
Passing over the formal part of the exer
cises we come to the rhetericals. This is
one of tke pieminsnt features of this society
and from the able productions preseuted, it
is one of great importance. The programme
for the eveuiug began with a beautiful reci
tation by Miss Alice Dorris, followed by an
essay eutitled "Shadow," by Miss Cogswell,
next in order Miss Ida Dunn favored us witii
oue of Mrs. Caudle's lectures. This pait
eaded with a readme from oue of Mrs.
Duuniway's poems by Miss Nettie McCor-
nack, who, iu a distinct and becoming man
ner, brought out all the beautiful sentiment
ef that rcuowued poem.
The next ordjr of business was the dis
vubbibu ui prominent aucnors. ihe one
choseu for the occasion was that of Mrs,
Dunniway. All of the participants euterod
heartily into the discussion ami showed how
this lady amidst diversity audand toil strove
to build up a literary fame; how she battled
against hardships, being compelled to sup.
port a "crippled" husbaud and five children
but one of the speakers was of the opinion
that the "henpecked" husbaud took care
of the family. They showed how she preach
ed, lectured aud admonished the ladies ef
Oregon to enter uuder her banner and march
to the rescue of this fair laud.
After a short recess the debate was called,
the question was, "Resolved, That the
whites are moro responsible for the so-called
Iudian outrages than the Indians them
selves ?" The dobate was opened by Miss
Charlotte Roberts, leader on the affinitive
Iu a twenty miuutes speech she brought out
much good argument. The negative! was
iutroduced by Miss Maggie Sergeut in a
well prepared speech, which showed the su
perior talents of the speaker. These ladies
were followed in turn by their colleagues, in
the order named: Misses Rubena Spiller,
Mury McCoruack, Emma McMurry, Madge
Dunn, Vasian Babb, Minnie Starr, Alwilda
Duun and Anna Whiteaker. All of whom
substantiated the arguments of their respec
tive leaders. The debatcjwas closed by the
principals, aud despite the assertion that the
affirmative had several books on the table by
which they could disprove the arguments of
their opponeut, but tho judges decided iu
favor of the negative. Iu passing we must
congratulate the Eutaxiaus on their wise se
lection of officers, and especially the Ser-geaut-at-arm8
who carries the statf of office
with tho grace of a princess.
In conclusion ws would call the attention
of the Laureans to the systematic working ef
the different parts of the machinery of this
society, and particularly to the good order
maintained. Laureans it is not by streugth
of muscles that we will achieve the great ob
ject of our organization. Let us profit by
example, aud like Lycurgus, introduce re.
form into our own goverumeut. We behold
with admiration the rapid advancement of
our sister society, and hope that it will con
tinue to march onward until it shall light up
the intellectual horizon with its radiant
beams, and become a leading star in the ac
celeration of education, art and science.
sons toward this race.
brews are liberal as
a class. Harper's
v a Su. The fine imported stallion,
rry Mo, mT U seen by all lovers of
flhin thii city. He is an imported
, and can boast a fine pedigree. Persons
to improve their stock should not fail
u oo Mi Griersoa aad examine the horse.
at to U found at Cooper's stable '
(Ur4T Schooi Aim. Lob Cleaver will
r0 a select ch4 in the Episcopal
8iaiw, cmnmtBcujg Monday next.
Firemas's Electios. Eugene Hook and
So 1. held iu reirular annual meet
ing for the election of officers last Monday ev
ening with the following result: President J .
1) Kinwv; Vice Preident, ben Kun: (secre
tary. M S Wallis; Treasurer, Darwin Bristow;
Foreman, W T Campbell; 1st AaJstant, T J
Witter; 2d assistant, Orrin Moore.
Cowi-io. Tie Vernell troupe will shortly ap
pear in this city and rive one of their inimita
ble nerfonnancea. This troupe kas been trav
eling in Southern Oregon, nrsetin withsoecess.
The Roeeburg Star says: It was an excellent
performance and the best we bare witnessed
fur some time."
RECAnrED. Cbao Sarg-nt, one of the
nrixmen who eacaoed from the Lane county
jail sever! weeks since was recai tared near
Brook station; anenn taxm, wrui k.
broofht the prvner up. Charley now we
substantial jewelry around his ankles.
At the regular meeting of the Laurean So
ciety, April 2d, important business was
transacted. ' .
The revised constitution was read by sec
tions, and after some discussion and one or
cwo slight amendments, was adopted.
The society voted to subscribe for the fob
lowing papers and periodicals to lie pre
sented to the library ef the corporation:
Harper's Weekly, Berklian (published at the
Stae University of California,) American
Review, and Popular Science Monthly.
' Questiou chosen for debate on Apnl 16th,
"Resolved, That a student in college should
direct his studies toward some particular
profession." Affirmative, Messrs W M
Miller and E E Burke; negative, Messrs E
J Maxwell and C A Wass. On rlietoricals
for the same evening, Edward Bailey and
J D Slater. Jdnior.
Vacation next week.
The sun is beginning to send down his
warm rays, and those beautiful sun-bonnets
and calico aprons are making their appearance.
The Dutch juniors have taken to reading
yellow backed literature. Tho above class
may be found in Prof. Catch's room. Come
and learn German or at least listen to the
sweet music by Prof. Gatch's new Dutch or
The corporation meeting was a grand fail-
are too many parties. The "carjet party
is in tie lead and it intend to make
known it terms at the called meeting on
Many of the students intend to leave col
lege after vacation, in order to get Summer
school. Among the number are Messrs.
Burke, Hill and Taylor.
Our Sympathy is ext nded to thos
married ladies who contimally suffer during
pregnancy from nausea and vomiting and
breaking out on the skin. Nothing so harm
less and so certain in effect to relieve a DR.
HYDE'S GOLDEN BLOOD SYRUP.
Gd BleMlem, Dexter!"
Exclaimed a thaakfol mother, whose son was
rascasd from a consumptive's grave by a few
bottle ef Dr Youog ' Yaake Cough Syrup.
It sever fail.
And magnificent display
our iroods which we have
ceived for the last 3 weeks
from Eastern Manufacturers.
We invite Everybody to call and Examine our Immense stock,
Only the Latest Styles,
Of Goods that we show that was ever here in Oregon before. -
We are able to undersell every store in tho Willametto val
ley, as our Goods are specially made for our trade and will give
Great Bargains in Silks and Satins, all colors.
" " Cashmeres, and Alpacas, all colors.
" " Linen Goods, all colors.
" " Ginghams, all colors.
" " Calicoes, Muslins and Sheeting.
" " Towels, Towehngs and Napkins.
" ." Table Linens, Bleached, Unbleached and Red.
" , " Flannels, all colors- - i ; 1
Shawls. ' ;;
" " Tickings.
" " Nottingham Lace.
44 14 Corsets in all grades. " """" '
" " ' Stockings, Ladies, Misses and Cldldrens.
" llankerchicfs, cither Linen or Silks.
44 " Gloves, Kids, Silk and Linen and Lisle Thread.
44 44 liibbons, latest styles. . . ,
" " Clothing, Hats and Caps. - . 4
" Boots and Shoes.
Piques, Lawns and Swiss.
GREAT BARGAINS iN EVERYTHING WE KEEP FOR SALE,
Don't fail to get such great bargains, because you never had such a
great opportunity to buy your Goods, and buy them here where you can
get your things the cheapest. We give you four reasons why we the
FX L STORE, can sell you Goods at such low prices, in a few words.
1st Our Business Manager in the East buys our goods for the lowest
monej it is possible to get them for, and get them honestly. Some say that he steals the
goods, but that is not true. . '
2d We buy our Goods in such large quantities that we c n offer them .
lower than other merchants can buy them at wholesale.
3d We sell for CASH only, therefore have no bad accounts to add to
4th We ask only a small profit, and mark our goods at the lowest
prices for which they can be sold.
We beg the public to come and see us betore purchasing elsewhere,
as you cannot get better goods in Oregon than we keep. We warrant our goods not to be
trash, nor Second-hand or auction goods as we only keep first-class, and the very latest style.
Come sure and get your bargain in time at the
I. X L. STORE.
Many thanks to our Friends and Patrons :
We have been with you for eight months, and our businese has increased daily, stow
ing conclusively that our
Principle has been appreciated. We wi'l coitinue with our best efforts and energy to supply
our customers with good and reliable ' roods for the least money.