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THE EUQEH5 CITY GUARD.
DECEMBER 17, 18S1.
i . i
The Liniv County Business Council,
P, of II., held a niftcting in the Forks
of the Santiain Saturday, Duo. 3d, and
prepared a series of questions to be
propounded to candidates for legislative
honors by a committee of four appoint'
e J by the Council. iTho questions are
1' Will you, if elected, favor the
(iiautuieut of a law allowing parties
who sustain danmgo from railroads, by
the killing of stock, to bring suit to re
cover tholr loss in the county wherein
the damage U sustained t
2. Will you, if elected, favor the
enactment of a law reducing the fees
of Clerks and Sheriffs t
3. Will you, if elected, favor tho
enactment of a law which will cause
the taxation rf mortgages in tho coun
ties in which they are recorded 1
4. Will you, if elected, favor the
enactment of a law which will remedy
the existing evil compelling parents
and guardians to purchase for their
childron or wards a now serios of school
books almost every year 1
, 5. Will you, jf-. elected, favor tho
enactment of a law of tho same Bub
stance as that laid down in what was
known in the last Legislature as Senato
Kill No. 82, preventing existing rail
roads and steamboat . lines from dis
criminating against any now corpora
tion which may undertake to commence
business in our Statfc 1
6. Will you, it elected, favor the
enactment of a law which limits tho
number of witnesses in criminal cases 1
: Railroad Building.
The railroad building of 1882 is esti
mated at extraordinarily high figures,
and is likely to go far ahead of any
thing in our history. The New York
J'Jconomht states that, according to
the plans thus far placed on record,
nearly 16,000 miles of road are to be
built in the course of tho next fifteen
months. North of the Potomao and
Ohio rivers, and lying between tho At
lantic coast and the Uppoc Mississippi
there are 4,791 miles; south oftho.io
rivers there are 2,352 miles. Between
the Mississippi and tho Rocky Moun
tains, and north of tho latitude of St.
Louis, the number of miles is 4,063.
Between tho Mississippi and the Rocky
Mountains, and south of tho latitude of
SU Louis, there are 4,150 milts. ' West
of the Rocky Mountains tho number of
miles is placed at 510. The grand total
is thus 15,886 miles. In addition to
the foregoing there are projects for
railroad building in Canada, Mexico
and Central America. Hero is a Hold
of railroad activity that to tho unac
customed view seems almost boundless,
and it also implies activity and progress
in all other branches of business.
The Human Tide.
The tide of immigration to America
continues to increase. There are some
ehanges, howover, in the localities from
which it comes. Ireland no longer
contributes an undue proportion com
pared with other countries Tho num
ber from Ireland for the threo months
ending Sept 30th was only 16,301
against 18,618 for the quarter a year
ago. England and Wales give 8,000
more than Ireland, ami Norway and
Sweden littlo less than England and
Wales. Germany sent 50,413 for this
quarter this year, against 36,234 for a
like period last year. Canada contrib
uted to our population largely, but not
to the same extent as lost year. - Tho
Chinese immigration for the quarter
this year is about three times what it
w.u last year. The total arrivals from
all sources were 171,803 for tho third
quarter this year," against 155,233 for
the same quarter last yean. Wo are
apparently gaining in population from
other countries at the rato of about
700,000 a year.
Guitcau displayed no insanity in his
swindling worthless life previous to the
assassination of Garfield, after which he
fcutldeuly changed his tactics, and would
have tho jury believe that ho is a full
blown victim of insanity, inspired by
RiDDLtiiEituKR, over whom there was
tacit a squabble in the Senate last Con
gress, lias been, nominated for U. S.
Senator by the Readjuster caucus of
Tub President's nii'ssaj(e is a long
and tedious stat pupT, containing no
particular recommendation, but touch
ing everything iu a general way.
By a lira in a Vicuna theatre a few
days ago ncarljr 1,.r00 lives were lost, j
IIIHOd Civil Strvlre.
It has been reported that Ben Hill
of Georgia lost part of liU tongue from
cancer, but from the following remarks
made by him in Congress a few days
ago we opine that member is still able
to express the thoughts of his trenchant
mind. A bill to reform tho civil service
being before the Senate, he said:
While everybody preached reform nobody
was practicing it While the country wai
weeping over the tragic eud of the late pres
ident s federal judge wai toiling hia ermine
by inditing a letter to hi successor, the
preseut oue, who by reason of the corrupt
civil service complained of litul succeeded to
the ollice, appealing to him to in ke appoint
ment "for the purpose," in the choice Ian
gtuge of that judge, "of coint!iitin the coa
lition iu Virginia to control tho state elec
tion." . What was that coalition? It was to
secure republican officers of state. The sen
ator from Ohio bad said that rrrurlf, but had
not told the country that the president to
whom that letter was sddreeswxl, while yet
the mourning sobs of the people were echo
ing in his ears, eat down and made the very
appointment which that judge designated as
cementing the coalition, and then perhaps
with the some pon had written a homily on
civil service reform, to be introduced into his
tnessngo to congress. This was tho way we
were practicing civil service reform. Was
the president not to be blainuil for this? Hal
not the Senator the right to suppose every
man in tho couutry who talked about civil
service reform wot merely playing witli the
pooplu? Were there not a score of men now
in the Senate who had heard froia the very
desk of the clork, communication! from the
former secretary of tlie treasury and from a
former president of the United States insis
ting upon the removal from the New York
Custom house of a man who is now president
upon the ground that he hail made it the
headquarters of political party, and that his
removal was ucvessary to secure, an honest
administration in that ollioo. That very
nnn who was removed from tho New York
custom house on the ground that R i Inmost
administration of his ollice required his re
moval, was the iimu who was nominated for
tho next higliost ollice iu the gift of tho peo
ple, and the men by whom those commuui
cations were tent to the senate took the
stump for hia electiou. This was civil scr
vice reform as practiced by tho leader of the
Republican party. Did not everybody know
ever man high, low, black and white
who was charged with connection with the
returning board frauds of 1876 leceived of.
liee from the ad.inisistr-.it ion which obtained
the presidency by virtue of those frauds
Hud not members now before him bean!
witnesses testify under oath in relation to
that mutter that they had committed pc
jury for tho sake of obtaining utlice.
In assisting Mahone to capture Vir
giniii to tho Administration could hard
1y have counted the cost Tt lms not
only admitted a pi'Ktiferou intriguer trt
its councils, whom it will sooner or la
ter lingliul to got lid of, but it has Ix-il
raggleil its skirls with vrpuilintion; uml
now it is threatened with Iiiddleberjn-r
in the United Stall's Senato, with the
smoke of nu inglorious encounter still
iu his garments. Let the climax lm
capped by making Unuly Postmaster
About Hi r Same.
Tho widow is frathoriii" nettles for
her children's dinner: a perfumed lnm
lord delicately lounging in tho salons
of Pans, liath a power whereby ho will
extract half those nettles and call it
rcnU Onrlyle on Irish Landlordism.
And tho railroad monopolists of Ore
gon, delicately lounging in thu saloons
of New York, will also take half the
produce of all the farmers of Oregon, am
call it freight charges. Vklette.
Tu K tolsicco crop of the United
States is worth annually less than forty
millions of dollars to its producers, and
yet our own Government,' and tho va
rious governments of Europe, derive an
annual revenue of one hundred and
sixty millions alone from this single
juodiict, In other word, one agri
cultural product yields to governments
a revenue more than four times the
amount of tho entire crop puts into the
pockets of those who produce it,
Hi:v. Pit. Storks of the Church of
the Pilgrims, Brooklyn, was presented
tho oilier night with a cert i tied check
for $33,000, or $1,000 for oach year of
his pastorate. This munificent gift
was contributed by several of the
wealthier meiuliers of the congreation,
of whom their pastor will feci con
strained to make a special exception in
his future allusions to the difficulty of
passing a camel through the eye of a
A LAW has lieen passed in Washing
ton Territory forbidding persons prac
ticing medicine without a medical di
ploma. It reojuirss them to register the
date of graduation with tho auditor.' .
Tim Uuitenu trial will not be fin-
irIhhI licfoiv ClwistiiMi The assassin
continues hi iiw-wno dotlj,o trvlrru ptinj
tho jiroceeilinga at plrasure. Tlie niod-
jical exjH-rU are now giving their ralua-
Death of a Veteran Odd Fellow.
James L. Ridgely, Grand Secretary
of the Independent Order of Odd Tel
ows, and one of the founders of the or
der in this country, died at Baltimore,
Maryland, on Wednesday the 16th
hint., aged 71 years. He has filled that
important ollice continuously tor more
than 51 years, and was much esteemed
by Ins Brethren
The republicans in Congress will
endeavor to admit Dakota to the sis
terhood of States.
ORDINANCE NO. 2G.
To Suppress Bawdy Houses and to pun
ish the Inmates thereof.
Re it ordained by the Com. mm Council of
the City of Eugene, as folluwi;
Section 1. That it shall be unlawful for
any pervin or persons to open, aet np or
keen within the corporate limits of the City
of Eugene, any bawdy house or to resid) in
or become an inmate thereof.
KkctioN 2. Any person who shall opon,
setup or keen, within the corporate limits
of the City of Kugene, any bawdy house, or
who shall aid or assist in icttiug up or keep-
iuir any bawdv house, or who shall reside in
or become an inmate of any bawdy bouse or
house of ill-lame, shall, upon conviction
thereof before the City Recorder, be pun
ished by a tine of not less than twenty-live dol
lars nor uioro than one hundred dollars, and
in all cases shall be adjudged to pay the costs
f the prosecution, and iu the default of the
payincut of tine and costs, shall be imprison
ed st the rate of one dny for every two dol
lais of line and cost r
Section 3. In all coses of prosecution
under this ordinance, common fituia ahull be
competent evidence in suiwort of the coin
plaint, and every house or place nsca lor
the purposes of prostitution, fornication or
lewdness, shall be taken and deemed to be s
bnwdy house within tho meauinit of this or
dinuueo, in. any prosecution against such
person or persons for violation ot tins ordi
Swrios 4. All ordinances or parts of or
dinnnces in conflict with the foregoing be
ami tho same are hereby repealed.
l-oed tlio Cminci! Vvu. 1.', 1SSI.
T. (i. HENDRICKS, President
H. C. HUMPHREY, Recorder.
GRAND BALL !
EUGENE CITY II. & L CO. KO. I,
Will sive n CRAM) HALL at
FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 30, 1881
3. E. (JOODMAN, K P. DORMS,
W. II. ALEXANDER.
T. C Hendricks. J. lb Camiibrll.
S. 11. Friendly, II. C. Vanlloutcn,
H. C. Humphrey. , " .
t.e . M. Y.v1ihui no, Win. II. Ruber,
JittiK-s 1 uHman.
Tames Lnpei, J. W. Yatttii.
O. P. Thumpkius, J. W. Crawford.
Liu-iun Wan), Walter Cochran
Win. R. Walker. Chas. C. Cmnor.
GOSHEN: J. W. Matlock.
George liilfry, W. W. Sett, Jr.
E. W. Whipple, A. J. Goodman,
F. W. OsniBN, li. M. Day, Gko. W. Giu..
Gfo. 8. KlNCAIll,
.1. M. llKNIUtH'KM,
W. II. Alkxandf.ii,
I. C VAS Hot'TKS,
GtiO. W. Fl.ltTCIIEIt,
lt Vii lin and Prompter.
...J. P. Randall
...(. W. ('roller
. .P. If. Varrell
. ..1. B. 1 ijn-li.it t
...W. W. Moore
iTA goinl aiippar will ha prepared for tlie
NO DISREPUTABLE CHARACTERS ADMITTED
sf-a urvn jym fz? yrifi.
.&kron 1882 ,i&J&
Will teiuiid rfcii ia aII kpplirMib, tird bmtit"Uirt withmt
urdfrin II, tMtiUlna rirt lirJ plitlot, K0 frtfrtvinst.
Utl ftf lm rii1 (nM tlncMlka, prto mad tircUcai ht
ptutlrtf lbOruMilfrViirrlblaud Klrwr Ihlt, I'UbU,
frttil TrvH. fie. InvftluftM Iu tli. Mitp frnw !
b rr& intra rh(ttl for f Innlluf la lh Ttrht Ihu
Ux-m mn frltr Hnuih. Wi iuitfti.lAJlrttipttlfiu
B. M. PKilI CO, Detroit, Kick.
In the County Court of tho Stiito of Oregon,
inr tno c.Miniy ot i.ane.
In the matter of the ea'ute of A. N. Koley,
To Harriet Crow- Kliliibeth G. Hill, Sarah J.
Hill. Uolit. roley, M. n. Foley, Matilda
i.-!r!!-!i, !-T, ijiino ruirr. and
all others interested. (Jreetin:
IN THE NAME OK THE STATE OF
Oregon; you are hereliy citel and mjuireil
to apiivar in the County Court of the State of
Oi-son, for th County of Lane, at the Court
room thereof; at Eu'ii City in the County of
Lane on Monday, the '.'d day of January, I88i,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, then
and there to ahow cause, if any thereto,
why an order should not be made authorizing
tlie aale of tlie following deavnlwd real prop
erty Moping to aid estate, to wit: It No.
5, iUix-k 16 in Mulligan donation to Kueue
Citv, Lane County, Oregiin- AUo the W. 4 of
the X. W. I of Sec 2$, and E. J of the N. E.
of Seo. .. Tp. 16 S, Pw ti E,-, coi.tainlurf 160
aaree of land in Ijine countr, Oregon.
. v Witxf-w. the llon. C. W.IKitoh.
Judge of thu County Court of the
AL. VCounty of Lane, With the Seal of
) aaid tVun affixed, tl.U tlie 17lh
nay of November, A. l. 1S.S1.
.MEL WAKE. I lei k.
. K DORRIS, Adiuinu-Uator.
B. F. DORRIS,
House furnishing Goods Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
Eugene Cltv. Oregon.
COME AND SEE
R. G. CALLISON
Jpixt door to S. II. Friendly, nd get your
HOOKS, STATIONERY AND GRO
He m ftlvrav on hand ready and waitinif to
accommodate his CuxtonierH with ALL kinds
of food for
MIND JND BODY.
And can furniuli a SMOKE to those dirin(a
A 0039 CIGAR, OR TOBACCO .
To those who use tha narcotic plant
CHEAP for. CASH
Goods deiirered to any part of the city free
charue. K O. CALLISON.
King of the Blood
I not a "eurr f;" It li a blotNf purifier aot tonfr.
Impurity ot tiluwl powoni tho j'ittin, ilerariKi-
tliv rlrculailnn, and tlim lndui-niaiir dlaorriera,
known lr difT, rent n.in:wi to dlntlnitufili them ac
cording to effi-ctM, but being really bnineheii or
hmMof (hut Knnt iieneilc (iUonlcr, Impurity
of Jlluod, H'.ieharci!sjvjttfa, iMi'tj,iu'Mt Lirrr
Complu int, Cuntipttum, AVmiw Dintnrlen, Hrttd
ncAe, Vaetiiichf;0i wral H..Urn, lUart fiwimi,
irofw, Hnln-g I'iKuif, Kiel, lihnimatlim, C'u
filni, Srnifultt, Skin niMtnlm, tlmple; l.'ei-r.
oMTi!.Hit air., a-r. iina 01 in if inou yn enra
anucurvs iiu's,' ty AUi.tK lig me cuiur, IDtpuruy
of tlio blond. Chi tnlsM rua j h lein turn in
r.illliig U"lhemnt i.-fiiiilnn and pnielcni Prepa-
riuiiiiiiornin fihrp-w." Koiil ly UrnifvlKta, tfl r
tottlts, 8f-f tcu'liuiinlaN. (JlreelleiiH. &c . In t:tm.
phlel, "Traiil.. on IiUnitri cf tl.o UIikkI,"
v riujpo.1 amund ftn. li 1 crtilw.
1). Ui.VSOll, SUN A ( U., rress., Itniralo, X. 1.
NOTICK IS JIKUKBV GIVEN THAT
by virtue of an execution duly issued
out of the Citiuit Court of thu State of Ore
i!on for tho County of Iano. on tlio loth day
of Nov. 1SSI, by tho Clurk thereof, mid to
mo directed upon a judgment and decree of
forclciwnro rendered iu snid court on tho 8tli
day of Nov. 1SS1, iu a xuit then and there
pending wherein Ira Huwley was Plnintitf
and Win. M. Whitney, Roaina Whitney and
S. II. Friendly were Iiefuuduiita, in favor of
Ira Hawloy, Phtiutill', and Against Win. M.
Whitney and Itniina Whitney, llefumlauU,
for the sum of with intercut thereon at
the rate of twelve, per cent, per annum fronk
the nato ol taut judgment, together with the
coats and disbursements of said uit and ex
icnsei of sale, and for the foreclosure of the
mortgaged premises described as follow, to
wit : The South half of thedonation laud claim
Win. M. Whitney and Rosina Witney, his
wifo, Not. too. 772, Claim No. 51, being
parts of Sec 16, 21 and 23 iu T. 21 S., II 3
'est, and 40 acres off the South aide of tho
North half of said donation claim, adjoining
said South half, all in Lane County, Oregon.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said execu
tion I will sell tho above described mort
gaged premises at public auction, tu the high
tat bidder, at the Court House door in Eu
gene City, Lane County, Oregon, on
Tuesday, Dec, 27, 188 1,
between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4
o'clock P. M. of said day.
Tkkmx : Cash.
Sheriff of Lane County, Oregou.
Dated this 23d day of Nov., 1881.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
j the undersigned ediuinixtrator of the
entate of Jacob Luce, deceased, has filed his
account for linal settlement, and the 1st Mon
day iu January, IS.S'2, set for final hearing.
. H. C. HUSTON, Administrator.
Josh c a J. Walto.n, Att'y. for estate.
Nov. 1J. IStU.
-VTOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Jli by virtue of an execution duly issued out
of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Lane, by the Clerk thereof, and
to me directed, on to-wit: Nov: 33, 1881, uwn
a judgment and decree of foreclosure, rendered
in wild Court on the 8th day of November,
188L in favor of Bell Jeunituni, Plaintiff, and
a;aint R M. C. Halo, IMendaut, for the
sum of $3,036 41, with iutoi-eet thereon at the
rate ot eleven per ont: per annum from the
date of said Judgment, toifetber wita the costs
and disbursements of said suit ami expenses of
sale, and for the foreclosure of tlie mortgaged
premise described as follows, to-wit: Bein
n in? at the 8. V. corner of the donation land
claim of Henjamin Iavis and wife, claim No.
45, T. 17 S., R 4 V runnimj thence North
33.19 rha, thence Eaot 30.13 ch., thence South
33.19 cha, thence West 30.13 chs., to the
place of bejinnimr, containing 100 acres more
or less, iu Lane Counly, Oregon.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said Execu
tion. I will tell the above described mort
gaged premises at public auction, to the
highest bidder, at the Cvort Hum door iu
Eugene CHy, Lane County, Oregon, on
Tnesthir, Dee. 27, I SSI,
between the honrs of 9 o'clock A. if. aud 4
o'clock P. M. of aaid day.
Terws : Cash.
J. M. SHELLEY.
Sheriff of Ijne County, Okod.
lUUd ti.ia 2od day of Nov., 1S81.
The HOLIDAYS are
place to get PRESENTS
For your friends is at
His stock is all NEW and he is determined to sell
CHEAPER than ever before for
LADIES CLOAKS & DRESS COODS
and other Furnishing Goods.
Remember the old standr Corner of Willamette
and Eighth Streets.
Of the Prices of all
kinds of Goods for
the purpose of re
ducing my stock.
Robinson & Church,
SUELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
RestSf If ctcd Stock in OrcgoL
ii mm mi m i ft f i:
And Door Frames
For Sale at greatly re
And Wagon Material,
To Close Estate of John
GEO. W. KINfEY,
Eupme City, April 23, 1881.
TAKEN UP BY THE UNDERSIGNED !
living two miles west of Ewrene City, 1
and posted as estraya, Novemlwr loth, 18M, i
three head of cattle des-.-ribed as follows, to-wit: ;
1 red cow about 7 years old: brand X on left .
hip, and funre 7 on rththip; swallow fork and i
underbill the left ear.
1 red boll two years old past, no ma.-ka or
1 red steer two yeanold, no mrks or brands.
TUImI at Kiik'i iMt I'itv. Ijn County. V..
1 Vk. U. 11. "JOHN CONtiEK.
coming and ib best
HATE FOR aa-Vt
lit the LOWEST
AXES, AN VI I S
i d lWUt
r Etc., Eta
We invite n n exum
nation of our 'ood
iriilihut tint o
stock will suit tl
IN A I.L CASES OF BILIOUSNESS AND
Maliirin in every form asa preventive and
euro of all kinds of Fever, 1 p. HolmnnV PA I
in a pei-fcct succe.-w; aud for HyHjiepkla. Siek
Hoailai-he aud lu-rvoiu nrutratioik as thu PA Xi
.is apjiliiil over the pit of the stnrlisth-the
j givat nerve center it annihilates the disease at
j onre. It removes Torpidity of the Liver ami
r.'stfir,.. a n.Lt.ni-:,! Hi.lii.i, lit .,a v:i....nnl. T
...... .......... .. ... .'v.'ljll. A
uentrnlir.es and destroys lilooil I'MMine rnuserl
by the ViriiH of eri.f da. ('iirwir,. llilarial or
liuitiigious Diiises, uii.l vit.ilir.es the whole
system with Nature's trim t nic. It regulate
the I. Ivor uml ,iti;n li r Miwissfully
th.it liiyestirn U.-Mimes pertVut.
Professor 1). A. LoBmis- wiya: "U nearer
universal l'unacea than anything in medicine."
This in done on the principle of AliKorption, of
which Ml. HOLM AXIS PAD is the genuine
and only true exponent.
For all liiiluoy 7'rno! use DR.
HOI.M A Vtt ukv a r. mi vimvl-v L I
the bent remedy in the world and recommended
i by the Medical Facnly.
j BRWAHR OK BOGUS P.ID.S.
EACH GENUINE HOLM AN PADlars the
I'rivato Kevcuno Stump of the HOL
MAN PAD CO. with the above trade marls
printed in green. l!uy Bone without it.
fOll Stl.RUV ALI, DIll ftClSTS.
DU- HOLMAN'S advice is free. Full trea
tie sent on application, adores
IIOL.TIAN PAD Cl.,
P. O. ltx 2112. 744 Ilroiflway, New York.
If joe wu-h to I ay your goods cheay, you must
Ko to tlie store of
The keen one of the larrest stocks of
Outside of Foi tUnd, aad they sell foods eheap
er than it can be- bought anywhere hi the Wu
Notice of Final Settlement.
"VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i.1 the uailereined adtm'Bietrator ef the ee
tate of Kebecca Otrle. deceased, has filed hia
aec-unt for final settlement and that Monday,
the 2d day of January, 1882, beiag the firit
day of the January term of the County Court
of Lane county, Oregon, ha beea ainminteii
dw the heaniur of objection thetetfl. ii any .
and the stlement thereof.
CEll. M. COOPER, AdminUtrator.
J IIU.M tU. BEAN, Att jtl
Nov. 20. 1881.
I.OK BUENA VISTA STONE WAKE gu
"to T. U. HENLEIl KS
Stomach. iNfef J mm,