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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1881)
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ESTABLISHED FOR THE DISSESMTIOS OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES, HD TO EAR IS nOXEST LIVING BT THE SWEAT OP OH BROW.
WHOLE NO. 697.
KUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1881.
$2.50 per year IN AOYANCC
SShf (5ugruf City uarl
I, b OAMriKLI. J. X. CAMrSKM.
Pibllshers and Proprietors.
FFICE Io th. building formerly occupied
by J. W. Cleaver, a a .tore, owner Wil
lamette and Seventh Street.
RA.TK OF ADVKHTI91NO.
Advertisement Inserted u follow, t
n qur.. 1U Use or leu, one Inwrtion S3 ;
a;h iuli.eiueat iiuertioa $L Cub required in
fmei4vertiMrt will be charged at the (ol
ivine rate t
Oae equare three months S6 00
" aix month... 8 00
" oue year 12 00
Transient uotioe in local column, 20 ceute per
Une (er each inwrtion.
Advertising bill will be rendered quarterly.
AH eb work mu.t be run for m nuiviur.
0 Hour -Pram 7 a. m. to 7 p. at. BndTs
19 to $:3 p. Bl.
1111 arrive froca the eoutli ant leave, folnf north
10 .. n. Arrival from th. north and Imvm -ruing
i its t MS P- r' Siuislaw. Franklin and Ixe;
fj, elo at a.m. on Weduwlay. Kof Crawford.
riUe damp Creak and Brown.ville at I r.H.
letter. wiUU ready for delivery half aa hoar after
. .rival of train. Letter, ihould be left t th etfice
EnoKHI IOiwa HO 11, a. r. u a. a.
Villi trat and third Welaeaday in sarli
- v - v. t t n
rV ' O. F. Meet. every Tueday i vening.
Tilij&r WlMlWHAI.A EHOAJirUFIIT No. 8,
ateeu ea th Jdaad 4th Welnraday in each month.
fcuoiNH Loons, No. 15, A. O. U. W.
Meet at Mawraic Hall th eeond and fourth
Monday in each month.
F. W. Ohsurh. M. W.
F. CAUTHORN, A. M., M. D,
G raduat of tli Medical Deparln ent of the
Missouri State University, and of Jef
fereoa Medical College, Phila.
ta. Special attention given to Surgery and
diseases of th Eye.
Cottage Grove, Lane Co., Or.
Dee. 18, 1880. dl8m3
J, C. GRAY,
HAS OPENED DENTAL ROOMS IN
Eugene City, over F. B. Dunn' itore,
nd respectfully solicit patronage of those
wUh ing firt-cds work at moderate prices. .
DR. JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur,
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
HAS PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN
Eugene City. Office ia Underwood'
Brick, 2d floer, ever Wells. Fargo & Co.' Ex
pre ffice. Residence, two blocks went and
on north f Public School, in the Killing-)-worth
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Offlee en Ninth Street, opposite the St,
Caarle Hotel, and at Henldenee,
KlTOENE CITY OllKGON.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not professionally engaged.
Olhce at th
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, oppowte Fresby
J. S. LUCKEY,
Clucks, Wacties, Chains', Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
Elhworth t Co.' brick, Willamette street
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clock., and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. Northwert corn of Willamette
and Eighth street.
Oar DoMriptWo Illnitrmted Frlc
tl.t,Ko.t. of DrrOoodtej. will i
Ue.ed .boat Mareh let. ?' "J
aotoa la Ko. 8 will remain S nn'"
taatdaU. Bead a. yoar aaaao early
orolMo.a0. Fr to ay addre
MONTGOMERY WARD CO,
tl Wabaih A ChloaSTO. iu"
vroncB is hereby givm
1 the undereignea auiuipi- --.
ttl ofX Hett ha. filed hi. j.-,
that th. ftrrt Menday in March. UWl, ha. beta
ei foe final rfHdlntaUtraM'.
JOB JUA J. WALTON, Attorney.
The largest stock
of goods in Lane Co
Is now on Salo at
I E. BUM'S;
And the so arc a few. of the Bar coin 3 of
fered for CASH :
Nice White Blankets for $4, per pair.
Brocade Dress Goods for 1 5 cts por yd.
Good Cashmere, full width, 50 cts per
Brocade Silks from $1 25 up
THE Best Assortment in the City of
BOOTS AND SHOES I
Ladios Kid Button
Ladies Kid Fox
Ladies California Calf ;
Childrens California Calf
Men's California Boots
Men's Good Heavy Boots
Men' Calf Boots....:
Ladies Pebled Buttoned Shoes 32 up
Clothing Cheaper than any othor House.
Give me a call and
F. IV1. WILKINS,
Uucceaair to SlELMS Jt Wll.KINS.
Practical Oruggiss 6 Chemisis,
UNDERWOOD'S BUILDING. -
Next door to the Grange Store, Willamette
treet, Kugrue City OrcRon.
Have just opened full line of fresh
Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals.
Also a fine asuortmpnt of
Fancy and Toilci Articles.
ALL KINDS OF
Mixed Paints, Lead,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY
Which they will always tell on reasonable
Careful attention given to Physician'. Pre
0. F. DQRR1S,
Housz Furnishing Goods Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
Eugene City, Oregon.
g&Fon 1881 a&JA
9i ran t .11 .TILrMU, hhI I cwtMM. wltfeow
CM, u4 foil W-rtj ftnd Wlio.i ht
- . . .1 f.11 JHnMMM. Hv I
Uaaliiif IWO V ttoM. fUnnr S4.. FlM,
iimt. if. I.JI.I. " m" uri. -Ill
fZr. hrtM SmiS. W. mtk, trt) W -n'lH
D. X. FEKST ft CO., Detroit, atlch,
roB GENEH4L jukbciiahbise cs
AN JUAN LIHK for sale by
vrtH' STOCK OF II.lTf-Th. beat
ll snd Urgt svr brought to hu?ene,t
Ladies under Vests at from 50 cts up.
A La'rge assortment of Triming Silks,
75 cts to $1 25 per yard.
A fine line of Iloosiery, all prices
Overalls from 50 cts up.
t fro" 3 up
from $1 25 up
'. from $1 00 up
from 1 P
5 oO worth $6
$3 50 to $5
Save Yourselves MONEY
alvays Cures and noTer di.an
points. Tho world's creat Pain
Hellever for Kan and Boast.
Cheap, quick and reliable.
la not Narcotic. Children
prow fat upon, Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
Bowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fcvcrlshness, and de
WEI BE MEYER'S CA
TARRH Cure, a Constitutional
Antidote for this terrible mala
dy, by Absorption. The most
Important Disoovery sinoe Vac
slnation. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh, this cures at
sny staee before Consumption
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
A. HUNT, Proprietor.
Shop on Willamette treet, 2nd door north
of hardware store, fcugene uiiy, ur.
will hereift er keep s complete stock of
Gaiters, Cloth snd Kid,
II at ton Hoots,
Klip pes, whit and black
Feah kid. Shoes.
MENS & BOYS
BOOTS & SHOES
And in fact everything in th BOOT and
SHOE line, to which I Intend to devote m
MY GOODS ,
Were manufactured to ordir,
ARE FIRST CLASS
And iruaranteed a renreaented. snd will be
sold for th lowest price that
a g'lod article
oan be sEorded. sjrCT 7otI
Fruit Trees and Shrub
bery. PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Fruit Tree and Shrubbery can be mipplied
at NUKSKRY PRICKS, in Eugene City, by
leaving their orders with
J. H. D. HENDERSON,
Apnt foi V.IIirg J .
ALEXANDER, J. B. -Justice of th Pesce
eoutli .tuene 1'recinct: olhce at Court House.
ABRAMS. W. IL k BRO.-Planing mill,
ah, door, blind and moulding manufactory,
Eighth street, eat of mill race. Everything
in our line furnished on (hort notice and
BOOK STORE-On deor south of th Aitor
House. A full stock of assorted boi pser
plain and fancy.
CRAIN BROa-Dealer in Jewelry, Watoh
, Cluck and Musical Instrument Wil
lamette street, between Serenth and Eighth.
CALLISON, R. O. -Dealer In grocenei, pro-
Uiona, country produce, canned go.xl., book,
stationery, etc., south west corner Willamette
and tth Sts.
DOKRI3, GEO. B.-Attorney and Counsellor
st Lw. Ullio on Willamette street. Eu
DORRI3, B. F.-Dcaler in Stores snd Tin
ware Y illaraette street, between Seventh
ELLSWORTH c CO.-Drugglit sad deal.
in paint, oils, eto. WUiaoette street, be
tween Eighth aud Ninth.
FRIENDLY, 8. H.-Dealer in dry rood.
clothing snd general merchandise Willam
ette (treet, between Eighth and Ninth.
GUARD OFFICE-NewHn,r, book and Job
printing office, corner Willamette andSeventn
GRANGE STORE-Dealers in -
rhandise snd produce, corner E
GILL, J. P.--Physician, Surgeon ssd Drug
gut, I'oetornce, Willamette s feet, between
Seventh and Eighth,
HAYS, ROBT.-Wines, Liquors, snd Ci
gars of the best quality kept constantly on
hand. The best billiard table in town.
HENDRICKS, T. G.-Deslei in general mer
chandise northwest corner n illamette and
HODES, C Keeps on hand fine wlnee, llij
uors, cigars ana s pool ana billiard tabl;
Willamette street, between Eighth and
HORN, CIIAS. M. Gunsmith. Rifle nr.J
hot-un, breech and muule loeders, for sale.
Repa'.ring done in the neatest ityl and war
ranted. Shop on th street
KINSEY, J. D.-Sash, blin.l snd door fac
tory, window snd door frames, mouldings,
etc., glazing and glass cutting don to order.
LYNCH, A Groceries, provision, fruits, reg-
etaliles, eto., Willamette street, tint deor
south of Poatoffice.
LUCKEY, J. a-Wtchmaker snd Jeweler;
keeps a fine etork of goods in hi line, Willam
ette street, in Ellsworth's drug store.
Sfi'CLAREN, J A MRS -Choice, wine, liquen,
sml eiirars w lllamett .treet, between Eighth
MELLER, M. Brewery Lager beer on tap
and by the keg or barrel, corner ol JMntn snd
OSBURN & CO.-Deler In drags, medicines.
chemicals, oils, paints, etc W illamett tl,
opposite 3. Charles Hotel ,
PATTERSON, A. S.-A fin stock ef plain
and fancy visiting cards.
PRESTON. WM. -Dealer In Saddlery, Har
ness, Carriage trimming, etc. w illamett
street between Seventh Snd Eighth.
POST OFFICE A new stock of standard
school book Just received st th post office.
REAM, J. K. -Undertaker snd building con
tractor, oorner W illamette snd beventb
ROSENBLATT CO.-Dry goods, cl.thing,
groceries and general mxrehandise, southwest
corner Willamette and Eighth (treet.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL - Charla. Bs-
ker, Proprietress. Th beat Hot in th
oity. Corner. Willamette and Ninth streets.
SCHOOL SUI'PLIES-A large and varied
assortment of slate of all sires, snd quantities
of slates and slate books, Thre door north
of the expres office.
THOMPSON A r.EAN-Attorneyii-at-Law-
Willnniette street, between seventh snd
WALTON, J. J.-Attorney st-Law. Offlce-
Willamett (treet, between Seventh snd
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
WILL CONTINUE THE BUS1NES3 in
sll it branches st the old stand, offering
increased inducement to customers, old snd
new. As heretofore, the most
Careful attention given to Prescripions,
On tli west side of WillametU Street, between
Eighth snd Ninth.
Hsving Just opened s new snd nest Meet
Mrket, w ars prrpsrea to i urn no o i .
Beef, Veal, Mntten, Fork, etc.,
Tosur eutomr, at th lowest market rstes
The custom of the public is respect
Meats delivered to sny part of the city free
of chanre. McC (RVACK t FENSHAW,
LIFE OF TRADE
"TILL DO WORK CHEAPER than say
V othr hn in town. .
HORSES SHOD FOR 12 CASH.
With new material, all round. Resetting old
a AM w.n-onteil la ffiv satisfaction.
Shop on the Corner Of Ota tad
Buena Vista is soon to have a
Diphtheria shows two light cases at
Hon Ira S. Townsend is appointed
sheep commissioner of Yamhill county.
An exchange) says that much prop
erty is changing hands in LaQrand,
The residence of A Cauthorn, of
Corvallis, was lately damaged 1 100 by
a fire in the roof.
The people of Monmouth gave
$4,500 cash, and half the puhlio square
to the narrow gauge.
Last week, "Jack Miner," W. G
Sooggins well known race horse died of
The Statesman says the Marion
county poor house has nine inmatos,
one ninoty four years old.
The little town of Oro Dell, in Un
ion county is having quite an impetus
lately in the way of settlement.
During the rise of the Tualatin, the
Enterprise says, L Saldon hist a boom
of logs containing 200,000 feet, worth
An exchange says furmera near
Grangeville talk of trying flax for a
crop, and an oil mill at Lewiston is
talked of. y
The approach of the fishing season
already makes a brisker fcclincat As
toria; fishers and Chinamen are com
The revival at the M. E. Church at
Ilillaboro goes successfully on, and
there have been many additions to the
A foundry, says the Talk is being
removed to the ponimitiary, where it
will make convict labor answer all its
The narrow gauge railroad engineers
aro now surveying for the extension
from Dallas to Monmouth and the
Three young men charged with lor
ceny of a Chinaman's hone at Pcr
rydaln, were arrested in an opium den
Henry Kads, of "Xamhill county,
aged 56, who received injuries from
fall not Ions since since, has died re
cently in consequence.
A Salem exchange says: The steam
ferryboat has arrived from Portland
and will be placed on the route as soon
The Astorian tells how the friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Holden, helped them
celebrate the silver wedding one day
Many farms on the Coquille were
much improved by tho high water,
some of the low lands being tilled in
The county court of Benton county
has appointed L Wilson sheep inspec
tor for that county, but as he declined
Mr. A. Witham received the appoint
ment Last Wednesday morning some one
entered the saddlery establishment of
Messrs. Dean & Smith, at the Dalles,
and stole goods to the amount of over
The Coos Bay News says one ; Latin
stove in N, Titio's boat with an ax
and attacked Titio, who struck him
over the head with with a pole and
left him for dead. v
One mast of the ill-fated Lupatua
stands out of water still, and the re'
mains of five of her crew have been
found and buried, in addition to the
1 ne owners ot the new id nan cin
nabar mine near Oakland will discard
former methods that have proved un
successful, and try the Winterburn
process, by which the New Almaden
mines in California are worked.
On the 10th inst the house on the
ranch of Hugh Frazier burned, in An
telope valley, Wasco eounty. Mr.
Frazier and family are spending the
winter in the Dalles, and the place was
left in charge of Geo. Passmore who,
at the time the fire took place, was out
looking after sheep. It is supposed to
' y,ave Lee,n the work of an incendiary.
We dip the following from on ef
our exchanges. It shows the rapidly
widening and healthful influence of the
"Many are the noble achievements of
tho Grange sinco its organization. It
has made the farmer a thinker; it hsj
made him a man demanding his inher
ent rights; it has enlarged his views;
developed his talents, aroused his social
nature, made him better, morally, so
cially and politically; it has increased
his income, brightened his lifo, beauti
fied his homo, kept his boys and girls
on the farm, giving him an honored
placo among men, and is fast securing
his just rights. Yet the Grange has ft
grand influence that is so far reaching
and full of buoyant hope that it must
commend itself to the honest sweat
browed tiller of the soil. And yet
there are many who still hesitate to em
brace tho genial warmth of such influ
ence. Farmers, throw off this lethargy,
this indifference, and corns with unfal
tering footsteps within the scope of
Grange influence. Look around you
and witness the unbounded happiness
and prosperity of your patron neigh
bors. And when you have calmly
looked into the secret of their success
in lifo, resolve in your hearts
that, you, too, will enjoy the fruits of
happiness and prosperity that the in
fluence of the Grange has so grandly
achieved for your follow farmers and
The Grange was instituted for the
especial and mutual benefit of the far
mers of the United States and the Can
ados. Like missionaries sent forth to
convert the irreligious from the wor
ship of "graven images" so does th
Grange act as ft missionary to convert
farmers front the worship of "graven
images" set up by gigantio monopolies,
discriminating corporations and po
litical demagogue And while its noble
achievements have been many, it still
lives and strengthens day by day, and
throws its strong, protecting arm
around those farmers who give evi
dence of s conversion to , its Declara
tion of Purposes. Let us hope that
the day is not distant when we can
spread the glad tiding through thee
pages that Buch a conversion to th
principles of the Grange has become
wholesome and general
The Wheat Snrplrn.
Colonel J. Pw Farish, of the Interior
Merchants' Agency, furnishes the state
ment of the export of wheat from this
port to Great Britain from August I,
1880, to date, to be be 64,000 tons, in
cluding wheat reduced to flour. Ther
are now two vessels in port whose car
goes are not included in the above
which will increase the total export t
68,000 tons, both vessols loading with
flour. From the aggregate amounl
should be deducted 5,500 tons of Wallft
Walla wheat exported, leaving a total
of 62,000 tons of valley exportation
The quantity yet remaining in th in
terior is placed at about 62,000 tons,
which includes that in the hands of th
millmen, and in this city from the val
ley 18,840 tons less about 1,500 tons
of Walla. Walla wheat and of floor
about 2,700 tons less COO tons from
Walla Walla, which, reduced to wheat,
gives anout z,euu tons, mere nas
been shipped to California, Pugel
Sound and northern ports, a1out 10,-
000 tens of valley flour. Of the amount
yet in the interior about 7,500 ton
will be required for home consuption,
seed, etc, giving a surplus in this val
ley and the Umpqua from the last
haivest season of 147,100, to which
must be added the amount lost during
the recent floods. If our requirements
will not reach 7,500 tons, the estimated
surplus will be increased. Th bad
quality of the Walla Walla crop last
year cut down the surplus very consid
erably, and had the yield of that SoO
tion to the acre, been as large and of
th good quality of the crop of 1819,
the surplus would have footed up over
200,000 tons. So far this year Walla
Walla has sent comparatively little,
wheat and no great amount is expected
from that direction previous to th
next harvest, owing to the low price
ruling in this market.