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WHOLE NO 735
EUGENE CITY, Oil. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1881.
52.50 per year IN ADVANCE
n i,i j ' in
Zht (Snqtnt itt) Guard.
I. Mr BULL. J. K. CAMDiKI.U
Publlsliers and Proprietors.
OFFICE-On th East side of Willamette
Street between Seventh and Kigtith Street.
It AXES OV ADVKHTISING.
Advertisements Inserted as follows :
Una square, 10 linea or lens, one insertion $3 ;
each subsequent insertion (fL Cub required in
Time advertisers, will be charged at the fob
Out square three- months Jtf 00
" six mouths 8 00
" " nua year 12 00
Transient notices in local column, 'JO cenU per
ina for each insertion.
Advertising bills will he rendered quarterly.
All lob work must be paid kor on DKi.ivtKV.
Iffloa Hour -From J a. m. to J p. m. Bnndsys
It m J: SO to tH p. m.
Wail arrive from the south an4 leaves joins- mirth
10 a. m. Arrives from the north and leaves puny
r tth at 1:31 p. m. For Siuinlaw, Franklin anil Ixnitr
f nn. elosx at 6 A.M. on WetneUy. For Crawfurds-
till. Camp Creak and Browusville at I f.m.
.ettars will be ready for deliverv half an hour after
i rival of trains. Letters should be left st the office
a hour before mails depart.
A. 8. PATTERSON P. U.
FlnnaNa liODOi Ko 11. A. P. and A. M
Meets llrst aad third We Inesdaya in each
HvcMfTfi Borra T.odos No. A I. O.
k O. F. Meets every Tneflay t vetting-,
Wiuivniu Emcimsxkiit Ko. 6.
sieete on the Id and tth Wednesdays in each month.
EuoKSit Lodos, No. 15, A. O. U. W.
Meet at Masonic Hall the second and fourth
Ftidayi in each month.
3 J. M. Sloan, M. W.
DR. JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Surgeon and . Accoucheur,
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
RESIDENCE-Up-stairs, over Chas. Hom'a
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKON,
Offlee on Ninth Street, opposite the St,
Charles Hotel, and at HoNldonce,
KLTOiilNK city okkoon.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CI AN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when trot professionally engaged.
Ottice at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby
j s .v j: i i z c . . i 1 1 s i r si a x r.
J. S. LUCKEY,
Clocks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
t&TAUWork Warranted. 3
J. 8. LUCKEY,
Ells-vurth & (!o.' brick Willamette street
J AS. rAUE.
LYNCH & PAGE
In Dorris Brick Building.
Will keep on hand general aiwortiueirt of
(roceriea, Prosions, Cured Meats,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies.
Candles, Soaps, Notions.
Uren and Dried Fruits,
Wood and Willow Ware.
llusinesa will be conducted on a
Winch means that
Low Prices are Establish.;!
Good dtliwrd without har?f to Buyri
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTfC
V-t which we will pay the hittliwt nmrket
price. LYNCH A PACE.
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
DRUG GIST ,
"ITTILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS in
all ita branchea at the old stand, otferin
increased inducements to customers, old am
Be. As heretofore, the most
Careful attention given to Prescripts.
Q.BOCKB1 ES-Iehall keep oa a fullof
GROCERIES & PR0V1SI0YS
And inriu the tention of hoosekeepert.
T. O. HEXDU1CSK
CCC week m yam m tows. Terms a4 io.itflt ,
WUUfree. AddreasH HsixnT ACo, Portlaai, M.
For the present I can be found at
T. G. HENDRICKS. I am now
buying all the
offered at the best
Cash. I hope to see
and customers before selling their
The largest stock
ol jroods in Lane Co
Is now on Sale at
And these arc a few. of tlie Bargains of
fered for CASH :
Nice White Blankets for $4 p r pair.
Brocade Dress Goods for 15 cts per yd.
flood Ciislnm-rn, full width, .r)0 ot per
Uroaide Silks from ?1 25 up
TIIK Best Assortment in the City of
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Ladies Kid liutton at from 82 up
Ladies Kid Pox from 81 25 up
Indies California Calf from $1 50 up
Children California Calf from $1 up
Men's California Hoots 81 50 worth 0
Men's (ioikI Heavy Hoots 83 50 to 8r
Men' Calf Hoots , 84 worth 8
Ladies Pehled ISuttoncd Shoes 82 up
Clcthinff Cheaper than any other House
Give m a call and
New Departure !
Oj9lS3E5: AM) CSEJQX1
IJATRONIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T liUILD YOUPv URIlxjES, ROADS AND
hl'HUOl liOL'SErt, whiwe interests are your interests ! Are permanently located and
tend their profits at home. Take notice tliat.
A V. PETERS,
Will sell goods for CASH at (rreatly reduced prices, as low at any ether CA8H STORE.
Best Print Mi and 18 yards 81 00
Best Brown and Bleached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
Churka and Brooks spool cotton "5 cts per Dot
Plain and Milled Funnels, 25, 35: V and 50
Fine White Shirts, 75 cts and tl.
And all Other Coods at Proportionate Rates.
Also the Celebrated
. AVHITK SE ATIXG MACHIXK !
Vi.ne Kttr fir strenirth, size, and durability). At irratlr rmluci d rates.
"It" To my old Cn-sVinie-s, who hare .UkxI by
tTOis as heretofore on tim, Irot if at ny lime they wish Winske CASH purchase., I will give j
J1 Di, as rthers, the full credit on my reduction A. V. PETERS
market price, in
allmy old friends
Ladies umltT Vests at froii 50 ct.s tip
A Lurjju assort incut of Triiuinj' Silks
75 cts to 1 25 per yard.
A line line of Hoo.siery, all prices
Overalls from 50 cts up.
Fine Cheviot Shirt. 50, 75 cts and tl.
New Assortment Dres Goods' (No Trash) 15,
20 and 25 cts.
Mens' Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, 60 ct
Mens'Overshirt, 75 cts. and tl.
Mens' Overalls, 50, 65, 75 eta and tL
Embroideries and Kdgin at Fabulous Low
me so I nir, I will rontin:ie t sell on same
ALEXANDER, .1. D.-Justice f tlu Peace
South Eugene Procimtiolliee atCourt House.
ABRAMS, V H. It KO.-Planing ,,,.11.
sash, iliMir, liluul and moulding nmmif.utorv
Eighth street, eaHt of mill race. Everything
in our line furnished ou short notice and
BOOK STOKK-Oiie d.H.r south of the Astor
House. A full stock of airte.l
plain and fnuey.
CHAIN BUOS.-IWler in Jewelrv. Watch
es, (lKks ami Musical Iiistruuieiita -Willamette
street, betwrvn Seventh and Eighth.
CALLISON, It. O. Dealer In groceries, pn
visions, country produre.cnimed to.vls, Uioks,
statioiierv, etc, southwest corner Willamette
and Dth Sts.
DiniRIS, GEO. B.-Attornev and Courstllnr
at Law. Office on Willamette street. En
' r. I'raicr ill Cloves ana Tin
Willamette street, between Seventh
ELLSWOKTII (U-I)niUU and deal...
in paintK, oil,, etc.-Willuinetto street, be
fci. cm i-.i'iliu and . 11)111.
I S- H.-Denier in dry hhIs,
clotlmiK and general lnercliandise Willam
ene sireei. tK-tween fciglith and Ninth.
GUARD OFFICE -Newspaper. Wjk and lob
printiiit'oltice, corner Willamette andSeveiiili
GILL, J. P. Vlivsiciui. Stinreon and l)rn,r
gist, Postollic, Willamette a nt't, Utween
oevenin nmi r.ignin.
HAYS. KOliT.-Wi.ies. Li .lUnrs. Din I'i.
cars of tlie best quality kept constantly ou
hand. The best billiard table in town.
HEXDKICKS, T. G.-Dealei in general nier
cliandise northwest corner Willamette and
i tlitll streets.
HODES, C Keeps on hand fine wines, liq
uors, cigars and a pool and billiard table;
Willamette street, between Eighth and
HORN, CHAS. M. Gunsmith. Rifl.-g ar.j
shot guns, lireccli and muulo loaders, for saie.
Repairing done in the neatest style and war
rauieu. onoji on '.'ill street.
LYNCH. A -Groceries, provisions, fniiu. vet..
etables, etc,, Willumette str.'et, firat door
aoutn oi i'ostollice.
LUCKEY. J. S. -Watchmaker and Jeweler
keeps a fine stock of goods in his line, Willam
ette street, in hllswortli t drug store.
r .r.l .....XT . a.i.r. tit . ..
inn ij.i ivr.. , j a M r.n - v noice, wines, ll(iiors,
and cigars -Willamette street, between Eighth
aim i iniii.
OSBUUX A CO.-Dealers in dniL-s. medicines
i-iicmu-iii, ous, iiuiius, eve uiaiucilo su,
opposite 8. Charles Hotel.
PATTERSON, A. S.-A fine stock of plain
1 : I- .i:n
uiiu itiuey visiiiug caras.
rRESTON. WM.-Dcnler In Pa.ldl. rv. Tfar.
ness, Carriage Trimmings, etc. Willamette
street, tietwecn Seventh anil higlith.
POST OFFICE -A new stock of standard
school books just received at the post olHce.
REAM, J. R. Undertaker and building con
tractor, corner Willamette and Seventh
ROSENBLATT & CO.-Drv goods, clothing.
groceries nn.l general nifr. hini.lise, southwest
corner lllnruvtto an.l hightli streeU.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL Charlna Ba
ker, Proprietress. The best Hote in the
city, (,'orner Willamette and Ninth streets
SCHOOL SITPLIES-A large nn.l varied
assortment of slates of all sizes, anil quantities
of elates ami slate-hooks. 1 hree .loom north
of the express otlice.
THOMPSON A BEAN-AUomevs-nt Law
Willamette street, between Seventh and
VAN HOUTEN, B. C.-Agent for Wells,
rargo A Cos. Express; Insurnnue effected in
the most responsible- companies at satisfac
WALTON, J. .T.-Attorney-at-Law. Office--Willamette
street, between Seventh and
Mothers like and Physicians
IT 13 NOT NARCOTIC.
(i i v.1,1.';? : jr.. if .',' i'. i f Tiy'-.TJ,-. j;. !f
tho "World's -prcat Puiii-Itc
llevlng: roiiipdios. Tlioy heal,
Hootlio nn ft ;nro IJurnfi,
Wounds, Ynlc U.iclc ami
Kliciiinutisni upon Jrlnn, and
Sprains, Galls and LainonrsH
:poa Koasts. C'Lcup, quick
EPUHTj of dlscnstlac Kucna,
Luues. CTackila faum fa tlio
llcatt, rot id, roata, CooXncaa,
And any Catarrhal Complaint,
ran bo exterminated Ijr Wei Do
Meyer's Catarrh Care, a Consti
tutional Antidote, hf Absorp
tion The most Important Dii"
covory alnoe Vaccination.
HoliijKXKli4Lni:KriiASini'itEEoiaT,yn''1 t0 tnc "'fortunate i-ilow,
T. C. HENDRICKS,
VEW'ICM OF IIATH-Tbe best
XI and largest aver brought to Eugene, at
CJAN JUAN LIME f..r sale bv
T. G. HENMilCKs.
A") WKEK. fllsdsrat homenwilr insle rtly
9 Aiutilt Irea. adilisw fat fc Co..iguu, Ms.
llili water Iim compelled a nuspen
sion of lmsiness at th Oregon City
Mrs. Hand Ims sold Tho Dalles
Mountaineer to an association of gen
tlemen for ?5,000.
The Yamhill county woman btiflrago
association will meet at North Yam
hill on the 1 6th iiuL
Mr. Wallnce, of Highland, Claika
mas county, raised 400 bushels of lino
potatoes on an acre, and a tjuartrr of
A section of land under fence, to
gether with two mule teams, wero sold
on Holdman gulch, Umatilla county
recently for $1.1,350.
During the, month of October, there
was received at the worehonso in Ore
gon City, 2180 tons of of freight and
1S70 tons were shipped away from
There are now I 'JO pupils enrolled
in Wasco Academy, and everything
looks promising for a successful school
year. In addition to tha regular fac
ulty, Miss L Adams is teacher of in
strumental music, and Mr. O. Man
gold, professor of German.
Tho ham of Mr. Stronigreea, of
Highland, by some means took (ire one,
night last week and was burnt to the
ground with all his hay, sued wheat,
etc. Tho wind curried tho Haines in
tho direction of his house and granary,
but by strong cfl'orts those buildings
wero saved. The causo of the tiro is
Following is a correct showing of tho
financial condition of Yamhill county
for 1881: Gross value of property,
15,270,351; total indebtedness, $1,440,-
177; total exemption, $35,1,515; total
taxablo property, H3,48G,G62; school
tax 3 mills, 110,459 09; state tax, 5J
mills, $19,170 G t; county tax, 9 mills,
$31,379 9G; county polls, $1,379; total,
Just before the recent raiso in the
Willamette, James Cauthorn, of Cor
vallis, had sackod a large quantity of
wheat, and placed it on his wharf
ready for shipment, when tho water
commenced raising so rapidly that he
could not get it out of the wharf until
about 8(10 bushel of it had got wet,
and has been compelled to sell it at
half price. His loss will bo aljout $500.
Chris. Mater is building on his ranch
at tho foot of the mountains, one of
the largest barns in Wasco county.
The main barn is 40 by 72 feet,
with sheds 13 feet wido on each side,
thus making a building 72 feet square.
Thoro wero 30,000 bricks used in the
oundatinn walls. Tho sheds will ac
commodate 32 horses und the ham
will hold tons of liny and grain, besides
wagons and farm machinery.
Tho enso of the United States vs
Jesse Eaton, postmaster at Spanish
Hollow, Wasco county, has been re
cently on trial in the U. H. Circuit
Court. A little over a year arjo a son
of Mr. Eaton, who acted as his deputy,
was arrested charged with robbing
registered letters of various sums,
amounting to about $900. He
acknowledged his guilt and about $280
of the money was recovered, and ho
was sentenced to eighteen months im
prisonment in the penitentiary. The
present suit has Ix-en brought against
Mr. Eaton for the recovery of the bal
ance of the money stolen.
On Thursday morning about four
o'clock tho jnil Was discoved to be
on lire, having caught by some means
some time before it was noticed, as
when firht seen tlie entire inside was
Glled with smoke and lire. William
Fisher had his preliminary examination
Monday for burglary and wasi bound
over to await the action of tho Grand
Jury and was then committed to jail.
The fire was not discovered in time to
admit of the jiossibility of rendering
whose screams were heard before there
was any knowledge of the cause, and
he was literally roasted alive. When
the fire burned down enough to admit
of any examination his charred remains I
were found. jail is a total lws to the 1 inej to his insanity, and was de
county, and not much of a los either card insane, nn.l is to Iks sent to that
Ibwdiurg Plaindcaler. I aylum for treatmcuL
i The .Hon r f Doctrine
President A'thur sent to tho Sen
ate October 21, the report of Secretary
llluine, in answer to a resolution of
the 14th, inquiring what steps had been
taken to protect the right of thn
United States in tho Panama canal.
Secretary liluino reports the rejection
by the llepublic of Columbia, of th
protocol negr tinted by the representa
tives of the United States and that
Republic, and also that Columbia de
sires to terminate the trwaty of 1846,
and apjs'al to the powers for a joint
neutrality of the isthmus and soveigu
ty of Columbia. In view of this action
by Columbia, Secrctury Blaine address
ed letters to all American ministers in
Europe, reiterating the principles es
tablished in the Monroe doctrine re
garding the neutrality of the isthmus,
and the provisions of the American
treaty of 184'), especially the 35th
. a a . t
article. Any movement in tlie sense
of supplementing the guarantee of this
section would necessarily be regarded
as annulled, and an intrusion into the
lield whero the local and general inter
ests of tho United States must be con
sidered before those of any other pow
cr except the United States of Colum
The stock range of one firm in the
south end of Grant county is fifty
miles wide and oils hundred and twen
ty fivo miles long. This firm by tak
ing advantage of the nefarious swamp
laud laws of Oregon now hold possess
ion of the watering places in this' Vast
region, and as effectually keep settler
out, as if they had a patent to t he-
whole region. There is much valua
ble land in this region on which settlers
would gladly locate, but for the super
ior claim of these cattle kings. Six
thousand two hundred and fifty square
miles held by one rich company is
startling but true.' The poor man
who wants 1G0 acres of 4,000,000 up
on which to make a home for his fam
ily, soon finds that he is powerless to
contend for his rights and sadly moves
on. Tliero is a condition of affairs
in Southeastuni Oregon of which our
lawmakers and courts are as ignorant
as of the domestic affairs of the inhab
tunts of the moon. An immigrant
who settles in that region is umdotofcel
that he must quit the country or be
lawed out of h''s littlo property.
Tho result is that nobody does settle
on ono of these range. How long this
condition of affairs is going to exist,
no man can tell. Mountaineer.
Quarantined. Wo understand that
the town of Dayton, W. T., owing to
tho prevalence of small pox there, has
bcim quarantined by the authorities
no ono being allowed to pass into or
out of it except the mail agent, who no
doubt fools highly honored by this un
just discrimination in his favor. Tho
stewards of the boats plying on the
Columbia have been ordered to koop a
sharp outlook for cases of smallpox
among the passengers, and soversl
rooms have been sot apart in which par
ties suffering from this disease, should
any such be found, shall be placed and
kept Becluded from other passengers.
Every means will 1 used to check tho
spread of this disease.
A heavy conveyance was recorded
last Saturday in the County Clerk's
office, whereiu A. F. Brown ii Co.,
transferred to the Oregon Cinnabar
and Silver Mining Co., 10,000 shares
of stock in in said Co., and all the
right, title and interest A. F. Brown
& Co , had in and to all the property
once belonging to tks Ns Idrim Cia
nabar Mining Co. The consideration
paid therofor being $90,300. This is
the largest consideration of any deed
ever recorded in this county. Plain
dealer. Tun Insanity Dodce. John Nymy
er was tried in Lewiston last week for
attempt to kill A. A. Fry, of that city.
The defense had admitted the shoot
ing, but put in the plea of insanity,
and the jury regarded the plea as
good, and so found him not guilty.
-riie prisoner was immediately exam-