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CITY AND COUNTY.
For guod dentistry go to Davit.
Go to Goldsmith's for groceries,
Goldsmith keep the out cigar.
Twenty Tarda of Calioo (or 1 at Bettman'.
Job work a speciality at the Guard office,
Th haalth of the oommunity ia very good
at present, A
New style ladiea visiting oarda at th
Sea the new advertisement of the I X L
ton this week.
If yo with to bay good cheap call at
8 H Frindl)'s.
Yon can get a No. 1 Men' euit at Bett-
man'a, for 17 SO
Call and tee that large atock of gooda for
aalt at Friendly',
The weather daring the past week ha
been cold and foggy.
Goldsmith keeps the bent line nf groceries,
and acll then cheap.
P. B. Dann will pay the highest market
cash prict for wheat
The Oiegouiao anoounc that it will soon
issue a Sunday edition.
Kverything sold at Bcttman' at way down
.rife, for oash or produce.
The . Engeoe Hook k Laddor Co. meet
next Monday evening.
Half doth double sola Ladle Shoe, plain,
for f 1 25 per pair, at Bettman 'a,
Something new Um kid gloves at 8. H.
Friendly'. Cal! and examine them. '
Cash paid for CHICKENS, HIDES, TAL
LOW and BEES-WAX at A Goldsmith',
8 H Friendly sells cheap for cash boots,
ahoea clothing, bate, cap fancy goods, eta
Wheat wanted by T. G. Hendricks for
which he will pay the highest market cash
' The Ol'AED is the best advertising me
diuin in Lane county. It has the largest
A large lot of mile-end Clark' spool cot
ton on sale at T G Hendrick'a in lot to suit
Half cloth double sole, high cut, full scal
loped, Ladies Shoes, for 91 60 per pair, at
Mr. Geo. W. Kinsey has several new hacks
and buggie, which he will sell very cheap. See
The celebrated South Bend chilled iron
plowa also the Black Hawk plowa for aale by
T. G. Hendricks.
Mr. E. L. Rristow was appointed turnkey
of the Stato penitentiary last Wednesday, by
A full line of Groceri&s Cboceerv, UM
BRELLAS, H.lTi and ItCBBKK (ioiiiM fur sale
cheap at T. U. Hendricks'.
Banish linmors and. rcitirigorate the
stomach, liver aud bowels, with King of the
Blond. See advertisement
Sermons to young pontile, each Sabbath
evening during this mouth are announced by
the pastor of the Bsptirt Church.
Mr S H Friou lly will psy the highest
cash market price for wheat Give him a
cull before selling your grain elsewhere,
I am at home again, and with my new
backgrounds ami accessions am prepared to
do better work than ever. F, A. Ma km.
A Urge efciek of domestic and imported
cigars, also cigarette and tobaccos just re
ceived at Oolismith'a. Call aud examine
F. B. Dunn announce that he offer bar
gain and inducement to purchasers for the
ready cash. See hia new advertisement on
The quieting, rest-producing qualities, as
well a the far-reaching aud powerful cura
tive effects of Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral, render
it the very best remedy kn own for lung dit-.
Real Estate Transaction for November
Business men should not forget that
blank notes, bill-head, statements, letter
heads, and every description of commercial
printing are neatly and promptly executed
at the Guard office.
Geese and duck are plenty bnt our
sportsmen fail to bring them in. A party
went down on the prairie last Sunday, kill
ing two geese and a few ducks, their ex
penses making their bird cost about $each.
If you want Holiday good for present
uch as toys, fancy crockery, etc, gn to
Goldsmith'. He ha just received a lot of
the finest variety. He also keep a full
stock of groceries which he (ell at bottom
price. Give bim a call.
The proprietor of the 1 X L store offer
a special inducement to person patronising
their store: from uow to Christina every
one purchasing S3 worth id good will re
ceive a present Tbev Mean bnsines a
yon will see by calling on them.
JC A Pickett the Clackamas county rape
fiend, who has been confined in the Multno
mah county jail for the past, three month
awaiting trial, waa np before Jndge 8tott
bat Tuesday at Oregon City, and plead
guilty. He was sentenced to seven years
in the penitentiary.
OrnciRS Elected. Cottage Grove Lodge
No. 68, 1 0 0 F has elected the following
officer for tlie ensuing year 1 Aaron Lurch,
NC;CH Wallace, V G; 8 Vaster, See; F
Whipple, Permanent Sec; A L Wyna. Treas
urer. Appointed officer t Sam Garootte,
Warden; A Taylor, Conductor; DrH Wright
R8 N G; AH Spare, L 8 N G; Geo
jlcGowaa, K 8 8; J W Gowdy, L 8 8; John
Mabjued. At the the reeadeae of tte
bride's parents at Batte Disappointment
Nov. 27th, by J. Haodaaker, J. F, Mr. A.
E. McFarlaad to Mis Abbi A. Hylaod.
Wanted. At this office a by fifteen
si 1 tee years of age far one or twe year to
leara the printer trad; must have a (air
Phoebe Kinsey to H H Page, lota in Eu
gene; consideration, (325.
J M Thompson to Frank J Crouch, lot in
Eugenes eon, $123.
J M Thompson to Aln a McFarland, lot iu
Eugene; con. f ISO.
Frank J Crouch to Cha Goodchild, lot in
Eugene; eon, $500.
Mary A Taylor to H N Garonte, S acres;
James Ingram to Catharine Drury, 2 S0
acres; con, 11,700.
M M Gillespie to Palmer Ayr, 2(0 acre
W C Martin to M P Mt rtio, 211 acre
J W Parks to I N Mulkey, 15 acre); con,
James A Bush'nell to Win M fit.iey, lot in
J auction; con, $5.
W A Guthrie to M E Church South, lot
in Junction; con, $450.
W H BVjor to F W Folium, 160 acre.;
1 N Miller to B F Smith, 160 acres- con,
J J McCoy to J H McClung, 17 acres; con.
J A Winter to Susan J Wiuter, lot in Eu
gene; con, $S02.
Nancy Lucas to Geo W Onnent, 80 acres;
Henry Moots to Sternberg k Sender,
bud; con, $600.
M H Hazleton to A J Goodman, lot in Cot
tag Grove; con, $60.
It H Huleton to E W Whipple, lot in
Cottage Grove; con, $12 P0,
M H Hazleton to B F Grigsby, laud in
Cottage Grove; coo, $211.
J W and M M Jackson to J A Killings
worth, lot in Engene; con, $1,000.
Charlotte Ream to Julia A Farrell, lot in
Engene; cou, $300.
E L Briatow aud wife to T G Hendricks, 2
M-100 acres; eon, $S00.
A Fehr to J M Beam, lot in Eugene; con,
John Killiagsworth to Edward Howe, lot
in Eugene; con, $700.
A H Spare to H Wright, one acre; con,
U H Hazleton to A L Wynn, lot in Cot
tnge Grove; con, $33.
L D Gilbert to A F Watts, 48 acres; con,
J P Dickinson to Henry Swartx, 320 acres;
. Geo E Lyune to J J Poill, lot in Spring
field; con, $123.
T U Hendrick to H E Gardner, lot iu
Eugene; con, $73.
U 8 to 0 V. Bean; patent.
M S Hasa to S J Scott one-sixth ot 160
acres; con, $220.
Henry Moore to Sternberg k Sendora. 160
acres; cou, $2,107.
Johu 11 Stams to M M Sturna, Interest
iu 200 seres; con, $500.
Thomas Stani to Itobt Stains, interest in
200 acres; cou, $1,000.
At a meeting called for the purpose of dis
cussing the advisability of holding a county
fair in Lane county, held iu Eugene City,
Saturday, November 26, 1881, Gen. Helshaw
was elected President, and J S Churchill,
Secretary. Discussiou was had on the va
rious subject connected with the organiza
tion, aud the following person were ap
pointed a committee on permanent organiza
tion: John Simpson, Cha Lauer, G W Gill,
Alleu Bond, J It Sellers, Roscoe Kxox, J H
Goodman, Jos Jennings, M Wallis, Frank
Power, F T Hayfield, J 8 Churchill aud
S M Spores.
Adjourned to meet at the Court Home, in
Eugene, Saturday, December 10, 1831.
George Belshaw, President
J. 8. Churchill, Secretary.
Notice to Taxpayers.
The taxpayer of Lane county who paid
their taxes for the year 1881 prior to the
22d day of November, are hereby notified
that they will receive th three null rebate
tax due them, upon presenting their receipts
at my ollice; or by meeting me as follows:
Irving, Dec. 9th; Junction City, Deo. 10th;
Cottage Grove, Dec. 13th; Cresswell, Dec.
14th; Coburg, Dec. 15th; Springfield Dec.
Other taxpayer will please take notice
that, for the proper consideration, I am
ready to famish them with receipt at "re
duced rate.' J. M . Suzlliv,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Yaqulna Bay Railroad.
Yaquina Bay i directly west of Albany
about 60 miles, though by the railroad it
will be somewhat greater. At the mouth of
the bay is a good light-house, aud a light
which can be seen a distance of thirteen
miles, aud which will doubtles hereatter
be used as a harbor light
Work on the railroad haa almost entirely
been suspended, as it i impossible to suc
cessfully work during the raiuy season.
However, about 300 men are Mill in the
employ of the company. Part of thi force
ia at work 00 a road cut about 22 mile
west nf Corvallia. Another gang is engaged
iu similar work neir Toledo, and (till another
is busy laying off and (taking out the future
town at the western terminus of the road,
at a point on th bay between Oneatta and
Four surveying parties are now locating
th road finally between the western end
of th grade aud the bay, and a soon a
that is doue they have instruction to pro
ceed to Corvallia, aud from that point com
mence at or.o the work of surveying the
route east toward Albany and from there on
acre the valley to Eastern Oregon.
Next spring work will be resumed on the
mad with renewed energy. Already con
tracts have been tigned with Chinese con
tractor for 3,000 Chinamen, who will com.
nwnce work as soon as spring open. The
company will also need about 3,000 white
laborer and 2,000 teamsters with teams.
We leara that six large and powerful
locomotive of the very beat manufacture
have been purchased aud will be forwarded
to the bay as aoou as track-laying ia com
menced. Steel rail sufficient to lay 135
mile have been already purchased and
6,000 tana have safely arrived in San Fran
cisco, aud will be taken to the bay a soon
as work is commenced. Albany Exchange.
Roll of Honor,
The following Is th roll of honor of th Eu
gene City public school fur the month of Octo
, " FIRST raiaUHT. . w-
Lillian An.lrsws, ,EUlla BlacM
Willi, (bwdehu.1. .:
Willie Brown, '
Frank I.nklu, "
Win ('roar ley,
Charlie Davis. V
Miss Patterson, Teacher.
Minnie I tow ley,
N. M. McCornace, Teacher.
v una aid lure.
Mai Undeuwood, Teacher.
Mus McLafkkhtt, Teacher.
Ihvino, Deo. 1, 1831.
north ' of her are covered
The school at this place will close on the
Rev. Baxter will preach at the Clear Lake
on next Sabbath.
Mr Kitchen has been confined to her bed
for several dsya from sickness.
Mrs Mary Green, from Dayton, W T, i
visiting relative in thi neighborhood.
A little child of Scott Bond' was badly
burned on last Saturday by falling into a
tub of hot water.
There is but little wheat being shipped
from thi station, owing to the fact that we
cannot procure car.
Our debating society in in full blast The
meetings are well attended, aud the boy
take hold with a will.
Ben Ogle, who ha bosn absent 13 year
i once more paying the old folk a visit He
report plenty of smallpox iu W T.
On lost Sunday cveniug, Mr. Davis, a
young man iu the employ of Win Bond, had
his aukle thrown out of place. He will
probably be ennfiued to the house for some
By a majority of reader lb thi neighbor
hood, the Guard is considered the beat
paper in the county. J.
Leo Broken, Frank Alexander, formerly
of thi city, but now residing in Portland
working at hia trade, bad the misfortune to
alip aud fall rn the sidewalk in that city
Monday evening, breaking hi leg above the
ankle joint. It was set by Dr. Baylor, wbo
took him to the Good Samaritan hospital,
where he now lies.
Bni'iiHT Orr. It eein that Villard is
determined there shall be no opposition on
th Northwest Coast te) the eompaoie
hich be represent. He ha purchased the
stock of the Pacific Coast Steamship Ce., of
San Francisco, aud uow haa no rival north
of San Fra cisco to compete with him.
Bcyinm Hoos.-Mr. D. Howard ia engaged
in baying lire porker throughout th coun
ty. On Tuesday he shipped 146, for which
he paid over $2,000. Oue raised by Mr.
Calef weighed 610 pounds gross. H paid
5J to t cents, gross, according to size and
Coxxmrx Meetiko. The committee on
permanent organization of th County Fair
Association are requested to meet at the
Coart Hoe.se, in Eageo City, at 12 o'clock,
oa Saturday, December 10, 1881.
Ixraoviao. W are informed that letter
received from Hon. 1. M. Tbompsoc tat
that be at ir proving ia health si do hi ar
rival ia Easter Oregoa.
To Millmen. Old type for babbit metal
On Monday of this week it was reported
that Jhore was a case of small pox across
the river near B Stevens' place. A several
persons bsd been exposed, should the dis
ease prove smallpox, it naturally created
some excitement, and it was thought neces
ary by the county authorities to procure a
physician to visit the family, who are
emigrant just from Eastern Oregon, aud
ascertain the facts. Dr. A W Patterson
was employed and made the following re
Hon C W Fnvii; The supposed case of
smallpox to which yon called my attention a
tew day ago 1 found to be catarrhal lever.
It is a child of a Mr Benner, recently from
above the Dalles, and having had some
treatment ia now welL A W Patterson.
Eugene City, Dec 1, 1881.
From the best information we can obtain
we can say that tSere i not a single case of
smallpox in Lane County, all reports to the
contrary being false-
Manila Jamison, ,
Mrs. Odell, Teacher.
Mia Dora Hendrix, at Harrisburg, is vb
ing friends in thi city.
Mis Annie Underwood i teaching school
at Paiseley, Lake county. '
DrA i Nicklia was registered at the
Esmond, Portland, Tuesday.
Mr. 8. F. Floed, rnooutly eouneoted with
the Wasco Sun, was in the city thi week.
Mr Walter Gray ha sold hi harness aud
saddle shop at Oakland, and is home again.
The newly appointed Receiver f the
Lakeview land office, Mr. Jerome Kuox, was
here thi week on a visit to friend and relative.
Smallpox at Heppner.
We are permitted, tay the Solem States
man, to make th following extract from a
letter written by David A Herren to hi
father, W J Herren, ot thi city ;
"Our town ha been quarantined; the
streets are fenced and guarded night and
day. No mail or express matter is permitted
to com iuto or go from the town. All
business is suspended, (tore and business
house of all kind 'are closed, even to our
meat markets, and our milk is cut off. I
was fortunate enongh to secure large sited
veniseu before it was too late, and nse con
densed milk from uiy (tore. Dr Swineburo
says there is 25 case in Heppner and vicinity.
Up to this time there have been only two
deaths, Miss Yarlett, and Mrs linker,
widow of John Barker, who was killed hero
by Billy Jones a fsw weeks ago. Mis Y tr
ie1 1 was at work at (lihnnre't hotel when
she took sick. No one knew what was the
matter with her until alio broke out. Gil-
more family have all bad the varioloid aud
are about well.
From the above it will be seen that the
town of Heppuer is iu the worst predica
nt? lit of any of the places iu Eastern Oregon
or Washington, If the disease continm to
spread, th people will be in a destitute condition.
To all who art Sulfrrlni from the errors and
Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early
decay, lens of manhood, Ac., 1 will send areeiiie
that will cur you, Fit EE OK CHAKtiE.
1 his ureal remedy waa discovered by a mis
sionary iu South America. Send a self-ail
resd envelope to the Kiev. Joheph T. InuaN.
Station D, New York City. ,
DIOTIIKHM t nOTIIFIISl
Are you disturbed at ulglit ami broken ot
your rest by a sick child sutfirinjr and erylnf
with the excruciuting pain of cutting teeth I If
go at 0110 and get a bottle of MRS.
WINSLOW'S SOOTHING BYHUP. It
will relieve th poor little sulierer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake about
There is not a mother on earth who haa ever
used it, who will not tell you at once that it
will regulate the bowels, and give rest to the
mother, and relief and health ti the child, op
erating like metric It Is perfectly safe to use
in all oases, and pleasant to the taste, and is
the prssuripti n of one of the oldest and best
female physicians and nurses in the United
State. Sole everywhere, 'ii cents a bottle.
Stop a Moment and Read
. Look at this list of good jnst ivetl a
the Farmer am' Mechanic Clothing Store,
riaapio Suit om $10 to $17.
Scotch aaai - frock suits from $12 50
Sacnue nr 10 :k diagonal suit from $1350
Broadcloth joata and vesta, diagonal,
Prince Allwrt coats and feat. Juat th
thing for Holiday present.
Several new line ot overcoat, roverailj
and ulsters, all grade and price, from $7 &
Derby shirt, ircktie and the Antat line 0
neck wear iu the city.
New hat and caps, wool scarfa nd
10 different styles ot underwear, all grade
Th be it atock ot ailk and linen handker
chiefs, hosiery, ftc, tor the holiday, ia th
Latest stylo ot hats $1 to $3 50. Caps
from $1 to l 2J. Boys hat and oap.
The best liu ot pants pattern) aud suit
in the city. Cashmere, Diagonal, Scotch
and American cloth. Fuit mad to order -from
1'Anta made to order from $8 50 up! Dark
gray Oregon cashmere inu, $5. All wool
pints 4 .VI $1 73, $3. $5 50, $6. Fants$l 73,
$2 50, f.l 50. Overalls 50 esuta, 75 cent.
$1, $1 23. Diagonal pant from $5 to $8.
The only Geuta Furnishing good stor ia
Eucciie City. Clothing cut for anybody.
All uoods marked in plain figure, aud
strictly ono cask price for all.
Call and txaiuin our goods before buying
Farmers & Mxciiakhs Stork,
It. J. (iltAHAM, Mauagar.
J. B. Ithiiiebart ha been appointed agent
of tho Springfield Mill Co. He can offer
bstlur figure for Lumber now than ever be
fore. All kiuds ot building lumbar delivered
on short notio ana at very low ngurea.
Don't fail to see llhinehart before ordering
elaewheie. W propose to sell lumber, and
dou't forget it '
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The Best Halve in the world for Bruises.
Cuts. Sores. Ulcen . Salt Itheiim. Fever Harm,
Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chllhluins, Corus.and
all knds of Skin Eruptins. This aalve la guar
anteed to give erfect satisfaction ill every ease
or money refunded Price 85 eta per Ikix. Ft r
sale by Wilkin', the Druggist Eugene City.
Mnlhnlland, .liiiwtion City.
Booti and Shoe.
We have just received direct from first
hands in New York, Boston and San Fran
cisco a very large and complete atock o(
Boots and Shoe and are prepared to offer
inducement to purchasers u to quality,
quantity and price.
T. G, Hendricks, -
The Peruvian! Nymp ha en red thous
ands who were sutfering from Dylrla, 1
hllilv. Liver Complaint. Boils, Humors, Fo-
male Complaints, eta I'euiphleta free to any
W Fowls and Suns, Boatan.
Cottage Grove Items.
FROM OCR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.
Cottage Grove, Dee. lat, 1881.
Church thi week.
Still cold and foggy.
There will be a Christmas Tree on Satur
day December 24th.
Baker Stewart of this place killed a brown
bear on Tuesday, that weighed 600 pound.
A Christ rats ball will be given here on
Friday evening December 23d, in the new
City HalL The best of music will be in at
tendance; everybody invited to attend;
aupper at the hotel.
A meeting of the Blue Ribbon Club will be
held at tho M E Church Wednesday even
ing, Dte 7th, at which tiin th following
profrramcu will be rendered ;
Prayer-Rev C F Wooley.
Address-Rev B S McLafferty.
Music, Solo Miss Lulu Dunn.
Eesey-Miss Nettie McCornack.
Recitation -Miss Mary Dorris.
Music Instrumental. -
I 0 0 F Election. Lsvt Tuesday even
ing Spencer Butt Lodge No 9, I OOF,
elected officer as follow for th ensuing
year: J C Church, N G; L M Davit, V G;
George A Dorris, Secretary; T W Sheltrm,
Permanent Secretary; J L Rankin, Treasurer.
Married. Mr. C. F. Clark, a graduate
of th Stat Uoirenity, was married recent-
December 2, 1881.
Wool-24ct perlU .
Wheat cars 78 ct pr bush.
Flour $3 per bbl.
Oat 37 ots pr bush.
Hop-1920 eta. per lb.
Bacon Sides 15 ct pr lb.
Hams-12115 ct pr lb.
Shoulders-10l2 eta pr lb.
Butter 25 oUpr lb, , r
Eggs 37 ots pr doz. ; ' '
Lard-12J15 eta pr lb.
Chinee Masonic Temple. A two-story
brick building, say the Portland Standard,
i to be erected on the lot adjoining the
Chinese theatre by the co.npauy who have
leased the ground. The upper story is to be
used a a hall by th Chinese society who
style themselves Free Masoiis, aud is to be
flitted up in fine style with carvings, hang,
ings, etc., something after the jus house
fashion. Wo may state in thi connection
that we have it from the best authority that
thi society ii not a brauch of nor i it iu auy
way counocted with the well known order of
Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of
whiob no heathen Chinese ever waa or ever
can be a member.
From Dayton. Miss Lizzie Geary write a
follows to the Guard from Dayton, W. T.s
"Will you be so kind a to inform - th people
of Eugene, through your paper, that I do not
intend coming home thi winter, so they need
have no lean of my bringing them th small
Junction Mills. W are informed that
the Junction City Flouring Mills, owned by
Krats k Waabbqrne, will be moved to East
Portland next 8ammer. These mill have
made a good reputation, and their removal
will be quite a loss to oar sister city.
Ronnino Aoain. The train of th O M
k N Co have oomnunoed running to Day too
W T, again. Th physiciaus atat that no
new cases of smallpox ar probable, a the
strictest precaution is used tgainat further
spread of th disease.
Un portc ate. Mr. Armstrong, father of
Mr Frank Itankin, wbo passed part of th
summer in thi city, was so unfortunate as to
contract the smsllpox at bis home in Eastern
Oregon. He was taken to the pest house at
The New Idrian. An exchange says
that the New Mrian mine have at last com.
meooed operation.. A large number of band
ar engaged tunneling, aud work ou the fur
nace is being pushed rapidly.
Rkpdndinm Tax. The Sheriff, J M Shel
ley give notice that he will refund three
mills of the tax that has been - collected by
him for the year 1881. Thus who paid
should hted hi notice.
I . X . L .
Vaccination. Dr Shelton ha freah "Bo
vine virus," from Martin k Co, Barton.
Doe not us auy scab from anas. Single
vaccination, $1; sis or more at oaa time, 50
A Boy. That man that you see on th
street stepping so high' with an Itd ir is
Walter McCornack; cause, an eight pound
boy at hi boos Wednesday.
Wanted. 10,000 bushel of oat deliv
ered at oar warehoas at th depot, for
which lb nigneet market price will be paid. 1 ut of 'the Lu-ens City Flouring Mill-.
GOODS AT COST FOR HOLIDAYS I
REMEMBER AT THE
1. 1 L. STORE
From now on until .CHRISTMAS
everybody who buys $3 worth of
Goods will receive a '
-1 CII8BBIS . I
0 KU Wirt U J
Wholesale and Retail Dealers and Manufacturers of all Kinds of
j Frames &
K keep the Urisst and beat assorted stik In th Willamette Valley .IhiUi of Portland
which we will sell at irreatly reduced oritws. Dealers will find it to their advantage to
call and examine mir stock before p4rohiir elwliere. All orders rilled ffiii;itly. Kalulw
tioo rsarantee'J. Wajreroom tn .fMi Mrcet vicitoi vmuiueiie. .viiiniisrsor--
m . . .. . ..fit f 11 -IlLbljV
JiUlJT. M. DAY
(or aale at thia offica.
' ly at Gervai to Mi Sank Jon.