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Kl EC2EKE CITY -GUARD.
8ATUEDAT,-.. ...... ....JOT 23, I&3I.
in IT1TI UmillTfll I15CEL
Will (be peopk of Iane txmntj u-'P
iddebtedacs aguuitr' tbe Uflivmily
for Ute purpose of rttainin g it in Lane
Hi is tbs question havs lo deal
with, and it if an import-int jaftior.
TW sEocld'Le' Estrone answer to thia,
al Hart will r lot one, if tie peo
. are"itall klivt to their interests,
2Co on can aaj be U not interested in
this natter Even if we look at it in
the light of dollars and cents, it can be
readily aea to Le of great pecuniary
value to this community. The sta-dvnU-2the7d
together in Ecgne City
spend for board, etc., at the very lowest
estimates, f 15,000 p-r annum, (he pro
feasors spend a boat $10,000, making
a sou of 25,000, ahich is spent right
her in Eogene City every year, and
distributed through the rarions chan
nels of trade, all orer the county. The
act sal indebtedness is f 7,630 91. The
fired lou to the county, through fail
are to pay this will be the interest on
$00,000, the annual appropriation of
12,500 and the nxyiey paid here by the
students from alroad. .
The indirect tos is" simply incalcula
ble. If we once get this indebtedness
against the University wiped out, wr
will hare all these advantages and
nany more assured us in perpetuity,
whereas, if we allow the sheuff to sell
the building, the Stat University is
lost to us forever. Other towns seeing
the great advantages which accrue from
.having the Stat University in their
sidst, are watching anxiously for a
shia&t to secure (bis ikh prize.
AM 0U A PaOPTJlTT IIOLKEKt
St is greatly to your interest tliat
this institution remain here. Take this
University from Eugene City and prop
erty will kmnedtateljr depreciate !hf
third in value. Von know that (hi
will be Uueatc
AM YOO a SUSIXKSS XAkT
Borne of this annual expenditure of
125,000 Cows, in one way or another,
into your pocket As a matter of bus
iness, therefore, (lie money invested by
you in helping the institution to it
fet entirely unencumbered, canuot
otherwise than prove, in the end, a
ASB T0U A III OF PAHILy! j
Iftre you have au institution right
at your deor, which sill give
your children the lient education
'"uuiainable iius state. If you
send your cliild awsy to school but
ne year, it will coat you fully $300;
yet here is an institution which offers
you superior advantages for one-hhth
that amount, permitting you to keep
your child at home, away from influ
ences which might prove baneful, and
the question with you is, can you of
ford to see all this pass away, by re
fusing to contribute something to help
pay off this indebtedness! Aside from
the altove reasons, another reason pre
sents itself to my miifd w hich is really
the most important reason why we
bhould cling to this University: I have
reference to the healthy tone it las
given to the morality of this community
and the prestige which always gathers
around an institution of learning, I
do not believe there is a town in Ore
gon, of its size, that can make a better
showing for orderliness and morality,
than Eugene City, a fact, without
loubt, due to the possession of this ed
rational institution iu our midst Con
trast Eugene City of 76 with that of
The Faculty of the State Uuiver
it j propose to contribute about $2500,
lie Regents, $1000, making a total of
$3500. This leaves a balance of a lit
tin more than $4,000 which the Regents
hope will bn contributed by the lilieral
minded citizens of this county.
A meeting of all interested iu, the
success of the University is called for
this evening, in the Court House at 7
o'clock. The necessity for immediate
action it very yresthtg. Already the
report that the school is about to be
closed, has gone abroad, and will keep
many student froiu-coming here, unless
we can soon announce Uio joyful tid
ings that Lane county ho again come
bravely to the front This indebted
adness was incurred by the University
Associati6n in the erection of the build
ing and. is not a fart of the pinning
txpaxtn of the institution. After
tb payment of this, the University
stands free from all incumbrances. Is
there a man in Lane county, and espe
cially in Eugene City, who is so blind to
his interests, thst he can not see the
force of the alove facts! I think not
Stir talc Inf.
Star rout Brady was interv iewed at
New York the other day by a Cincinn
ati newspaper man. Governor Forty's
private secretary was present and ex
pressed his disbelief in the existence of
star route ring. The Enquirer's re
porter thus Eire what followed.
"There was a star route ri.ig," said
Genera Prsdv, "and a fursiidsbte one
"What were iu oliecUr aked the
The election of Oa-rsl Garfield '
was the anwer; and he continued,
Yhen th ft geutlemenf the cabinet
get their case into court they will suc
ceed b proving it The rin. was or
ganized for the parjvjw of raising money
to aid in the election, and ' it Lad no
other object cr aim,- A " kimilar con
spiracy existed in every other depart
ment of the government Almot ev
ery employe of the government con
tributed ccooey to that end. If the
contributions by ti contractors were
anevideace- that they were paid too
much, then the same rule should -apply
to other employees."
The printing department at Wash
ington -is said to be a net of corrup
tion. - Is there anything thwe that
Darin; the past year 1,500,000 bar
rels of apples were shipped from one
crunty alone in New York to Europe.
Verner Miller has been elected to
ceoceed Senator Piatt, as Senator of
The President is reported out of dan-g-r
and continues to improve.
BUCKLEJTS ARNICA- SALVE.
Tb Bzst Ruvs in tbs world fur Bruises.
Cuts, Soree, Ulcen , Salt Rheum, Fever tcs.
Tetter, Chapped Hand, Chilblains, Con, ami
all k'ndsc4 Skin Eruptins. This salv ia guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction-in trrry case
or money refunded. Price 31 cts tr but For
al by WILSIS S, the Ih-u-ut, Kutne City.
Mulbolland, Juuctioo City.
Wt bare s iedy aaI titi Cure tn Cs
tanb, LHphtheria. Cankrr mouth and H-al
ehe, K SHIlOH'3 CATAKKH RKMKDY.
A naal IojecVr fret with each t-ttlr. I'm it
if yon druire health and aweet breath, l'ric
J cU Bull by Otbuni k Co, 1 nir.-iU.
'be I'rrat Imm Myrap haa curol thotu
uJl 'bo were a utfering from I e-
bilitr, 'Jver Cotopiauit, Loiin, Hatnon, 'e
buJ' toinrliDt, rte. I'tmphlrU free to auy
aiiitreaa. W Fuwle and iiona, liuatnn. .
.SHOOTIXU Cfli:-W W)WX THE BACK.
llll Mt. I ! Ilml.. luuaea. biliouioeiM, are
ymiitotw f.pproachiir fever and aj,ue. I'ae
without ilclay Jlitwri ;'"v'ml
which aulxtituUe for the chit aet.itii s p
nul warmth. rtruUu the atn acd iin-
narla l,n. tr. thm Hrrr 11, boMTr'U. Ult Ifm-
acb and the biliary iJaad beinj re.tore.1 to s
Aealthveon(linon.tlilUMeu conir t'
I ' - - -
THERE WILL BE AX ADDITIONAL
three eenU charged on all wbrat remain
ing in the E'l.'tne Hill Wsrehoiuc sfter Au
gust 1, mi
AU good V,lilt WlnUr WTieal will U tnrel
Ires In the Eugene City JJ ilia, except where
sacks are furnished by the Mill Company, then
Storage will be charged the laiue aa on Spring
Tartiee gettiug aacki from the Mill Company
mutt receipt fur the lame when taken sway,
anJ return on or bef'ire November 1, or
pay 12) cents for each sack short.
PATTERSON, EDKIS k GRAY.
July 20, 1381
LOOK HERE 1
I HAVE REMOVED ACROSS THEStreet
into the shop, adjoining Jamea'a tin thop,
and hare jut received a freeb miiply of Staple
Uroceriea, and ha mow on ban aud for aale
s well Mlented Itnuk of ererythinji in the line
of family (irueerie, sUo Knpe, Ijinip,
I jimp ( lilmwye, Lantemeaml Krwit Jam; all
of which re oflfered at LED KOl'K nricre for
CASH. J. R. ELLISON.
Eugene City, July 21, 1881.
IN ALL CASES OF BILinirs.NESS AND
Malaria in every fonn aa a revenlive and
cure of all kinda of r'rver, Dr. llolman' PAD
ia a perfect aucce: and far DyaMia, Sick
Hvailarhe and nervoui prmtration, aa the I'AD
ia applied over the pit of the ilomach the
reat serve center it annihilates the diaeaae at
once. It remoYM Torpidity of the Liver and
reatoree s natural notion of the Stomach. It
neutraliea and deatmjra Blood Poiaona caiiaed
by the Vinia of Scrofula, Caucer, Malarial or
(.oiitaioiu DiaeaseH, aiui vitaliaea the whole
evatein with Nature 'a true tonic It rriil.itAa
the I.I vrr and Ntoinarh tn iunf ully
that dimtion becoruee periert.
I'rofraanr D. A. Iomia aav: "It i nearer a
universal Panacea than anvthng in mediciue.
I'nia la done on the principle of Atmorptiun, of
Whltti UK. 11ULJIA. fiU U toe genuiue
and only true exnent.
HOLMAN'H KKNALOR KIDNEY TAD
the beat reiiinly in the worll ami recommended
by the Mwiiral Eaculy.
BKW1HK OF BOCIS PADS.
T. ACH GENUINE HOLM A NTADbear. the
rritate Kneune Slauip of the HOIr
MAN I'AD CO. with the alve trade mark
printed ia green. Buy nose without it.
FOB IALKHV ALL DRtCGUTS.
DR-HOLM AN"S advice U free. Full tres
tiae tens ca application, tddms
1I0LAN PAD CO.,
P. 0. Bos 2111 744 Breadway, New York.
."7AWV:EK.liaarat homeeerfy maAeCtXlr
V iautat Irte. AMnw f ai a Co, AugtuU, lie.
THE "tyN AXD
510,000 must be
GOODS WILL BE
Black and col. Cashmere
Buttons, Ribbons, Corsets
uoois ana snoes
Be sure and give
is. a good opportunity for everybody
to buy GOODS cheap in hard times.
L X. L.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers and
T. keep the Ur-ect awl bst I
I 1 which we will u !1 at trreatly rwl'iceil
call and examine our aiock before iiurt-hiuiinz
tins fuaracUed. Wrerom-On Kiyhth
Kartof the JCo gene fityM..urini Mill.
i m i.i. a f i i u a rai
IT U U i 1 U IN
Of the Prices of all
kinds of Goods for
the purpose of. re
dueing my stock.
$. IL Friendly.
King of the Blood
It not a"ewrt aI.-'Mt It ahlood nnHflM and tl
Iminntr of Mutxl i.iu tiw ,)unn, Ueranxre
tberln ulaliou. bI liim lndu T n-i.r tuonlrr,
know n by UlITreDt nunrt to tluair-iif-h th-ni
Uiminlu'Tmi.T tu..ic, i the tune preaenbed n the order for the publi
imr to dutluul-ta lln ni o . catiou i UiU euiumon.
ronlme Ui efleru. but brlnir mtllir Lr.in. tm or
phn of ibi.t rl renertc atoitir, Iwpvrliy
mf Hleeil, Hocli are 'yfx-rMui, jJKpiiiMM.hY
ItetoiA U-rU V.ihmi, M 1iarnM,
larr.'i, Jh-miuu. tu.i lhmrl. rt. tsnlri. r'nrrt.
lw,MVt, Ae.,r. hle efihr Hlsod ini-nia
eivieup ihew i f ii.k tig iiinr. nuiuritr
oi w uumhi. cnir.l.u pnU hrk-iin n la
e.ililr f l "the o cm Kenu'n tifl efTlrl.'l rrt-os.
NK'h-. K ui.,miiIK din- iioKs e., Iu .iin-
fif,t invni on m-aMt o( lle Wwl"
v r.pM nn.un J e lKt'.
6. UA.sOU, suX A (0., rropt., luffale, X. T.
Wherean, o the ftth day of July. 1.1. :i 1
ea tanUvm tiled hi application in the
County Court, of Lane County, Orron. pray
ing that hit nam h? rb?'!2Td fr
CanMiwine to jide'i Cant.mwine Millet, ami
aaid Coart by order duly Biade filed M"0'Uv,
the Mh ilay of SeemW, Wl. at M otl.k
A. M, for hearing aaid application ; Therefore:
To all whom it may concern :
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE tF
Oregon; you and each of you ar herrl.y
cited anil required to appear 'ia aaid County
Court on Monday, the iOi day of eptonil-r,
1H81, at 10 o'clock A. M. f aaid day. then and
there to ahow ca'we, if any iat, why the
the prayer of mod petition -should ii"t ba
This citation ia luUUhed ia the Kiufene titr
Giasn by onler rt aaid Court, made this btq
day of July, l!L
-s,. ViT!rs the H'vu C. S.
I Kitch, Judofaaidt'oiirt, my
IfcAL'' f hand, and the seal ef said Court,
v thiaothdarotdtilv. lv.1.
Raised in 60 days.
SOLD AT COST !
us a call, as this
Manufacturers cf ail Kinds of
C J J -T. "
3 Etc., Etc.
in the Willarorite ValW f Purllsnd
Vraim hnl it to tiif.r a'lvanSHt;e t
flriir. Ail orl-r hlivl I'MUii'Mv. Satin'ac
Street Vet of Wil'.mneMc. l!a!Uil!l-torj'
J. S'. llhKKV,
HOLT. M. UAY.
In tl.e County Coart of Lane Cuoi.ty, State
J. W. Matlock Plaintiff, fa
J,l,n IWn, DefmdL j fec0ver money
1 To tlii? above named defendant, JohnThomaon:
TN TILE NAME OF THE STATE OF
On-Run you are hi-n-hy required to appear
i in the County Court of Lane County, State of
I On-g'on, and ar.w-r the plaintifi'a compliiint in
the a!xjvt) entitled cauM now on fileiuaaid
. court, by M uiday, the 5th diy of September,
j 1 !!, lieinjj the lirut day of the next regular
trm uf miiil Poilrt following tlie evtonttinn at
The drftmduut will take notice that if
he fail to to appear and aiuwer lid coinplaiut
a kljovc iviuircil, the idaiutiff will t.Ae judg
ment atint him for the aua of $31.00 with
intcret tliereon at one per vnt fwr month,
from tli'.Tth day Octolirr, 1CT, aiid forthe
mm of 40 a attornt ya fi-ee iu the action; alto
for the mm cf $17.00 with int-rxt at ten per
writ pr annum from the 1st day of Septem
ber, IST'J; also fir the mm of J7.00 with inter
est thermu at 10 per c-nt. per annunr from
the 31 -t hy of J a!y 1S7'.'; also for the cum of
sin dolUrn with iuU-ret thereon at 10 percent
wr annum from the lt day of Januirr. 18fi0:
' wdfor the cet and di'areuirnu of thi a
ti. n, a d. mainled in aaiitcHnphtiDt.
Snice of thiit eummona u directed to be
maile hv publication in the Euvne City
tJtMli!', liy onler of eaid County t'ourt msli
and enterwl of record thereou on tlie "th day
of Ju!v, l!l.
jyOwG Plaintiff's Attorneya.
TOTU'E H HEREBY GIVEN THAT
t!ie c t-rtnert hip heretofore exUtina be
tween David Ch'-rrr ant J. V". Cheiry it this
day dissolved by mut'ial enent, David Cherry
htinir ditiol of his interest in the firm to
Mr. hob. rt M. ?v. Either p-uiy a-ill receipt
f money due the finn. All peron knowing
tliemtelves indebted to the fiiiu will confer a
favor by calliug and aettiirjr st once.
J. W. CHERRY.
E i.oe City, Jane 2j, l.vsl. jyCt4
THIS PAPER r&SXUZ
Ailvvttetiw HQewl t lo Sitee hi k whre .1r :u
WMUiMi Ixwkl KU Xa.W VOKtv..
The largest stock
oi good s in Lane Co
Is now on Salo at
I B. MM'S;
And these are a few of tlio Bargains of
fered for CASH :
Xic WLit Llauki ts for f 4 per pair.
Brocade Drexs Goods for 15 cts pi-r yd.
Good Cashmere, full width, 50 cts -r
r.rocad Silks from $1 25 up
THE Best Assortment in tie City of
BOOTS AND SHOES I
Ladies Kid Button....,
Ijwlies California Calf
Chililrens California Calf....-
Men's California Boots
Men's Good Heavy Boots
Men' Calf Boots.
Ladies Pebled Buttoned Shoes
Clc thing Cheaper than any other House.
Icceli'J a-y ctwi at can e fc S'fnywidc.
' Give me:a call and Save YourseWes, MONEY
HIDE AND FUR GO.
riDe. your FKES-AHD FURS
mere ihe HIGHEST MARKET
TP 111 he paid for all kinds of
FURS. HIDES AND
Robinson h Churcfy
S3IELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
BcslSclcclcU Stock in Oregoi.'.
TWO PI1ICSS I-
CASH AXl) C3F8.E230X'XV
PATRONIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T .liUlLDYOUR BKIliC.ER, ROADS AND-'
SCHOOL HOI irK.S, hoe interest ar6 your interests ! Are k rmaiicn tly located aud.
tjtnd their protiu at home. Take ntUe tl.at.
A V PETERS,
Will sail joods for CASH at icreatly re.Im.-ed pacos, as low as any ctlier CASH STOKE.
UwitPrinU lu and 18 yards $1 00 ! Vine Clieviet Shirt. 50, 75 cts and fL
Beet lirowa and Bl.-aehed Mnelins, 7, 8, 9, anil
Clark aud Brooks spool cotton 75 cts per Dot
Plain and Milled Flrnncls, 2 55; 4.1 and SO
WatirTroo. ceuta. Eu.br. dJeries and Ediu. at Fabulont Low-
l"!Ba WhiUShirta, 75cUandL" J Piicea.
And all Other Coods at Proportionate Rates.
AUo the Celehnued
WHITE SK ,VIXG MACHINE I
N"D better f strength, sue, and durabilitrl. At greatly reduced ntea.
UTToay old Customers, who hate stood by me so Ion jr. I wiU motiuie tt sell on sam.
enat at hf-tofore on tim, but if at any time they wish to make CASH purehaje. I will r
all tin, as thtra, the full credit ot my redudiuu, A. V. I'ETEJUS
Lidies under Vents at from 50 cU up'
A Large assortment of Trimiii'' Silks,
75 cts to ?1 25 tvryard.
1 A fine line of Iloosiery, all priues
UveraiiH loro cts up.
at from ?2 up-
from 81 25 up
from $1 50 up
from ?1 up
ft U worth SO
?3 50 to $3-
$4 worth $0
; $2 up
HAVE FOR sale)
at the LOWEST:
W'e invite an exan
in-ition of onr good
confident that o
mtim. K. v ill . suit . tH .
New AortraeBt Dress Gooda'INo Trash) 15.
2Jand2aets.. Mens' Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, 50 c ta
; Mens' Overshts, 75 eta. and ?1.
I Mens' Overalls. 50. 65. 75 cU ami 1.