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THE EliCiKE CITY BEAM.
UATURDAT JANUARY . I8.S4.
No Sore Ini Grand.
It gratifying to note a practical
unanimity of sentiiiieot Congress in
relations to any more land Krants
They haye btteii thn fruitful source of
more evils than any other kind or suif
idy given ly the Government, In
nearly every case they liavo worked
she grossest injustice, anJ in scarcely a
jnngle instance have they suWrved
Uie purposes for which the donation
was made. The putilic domain hn
iWo despoiled for the sake of corpora
tion! which have cheated the Govern
ment and roWiedthe settler. The grants
have uniforoily escape! taxation. They
have enriched organized capital at the
expense of the Government and people
and then refused to l-ear any of the
burden which all other kind of prop
erty incur. There in also, as we. learm
-to he a change in this respect. The
bill recently presented. by Senator Van
Wyck compels all railrouds and , cor
poration! holding lands by grant from
the Government to tako out patents
for thenn. win reu pon they will leome
taxabK ' Even in the event of the
passage of Roch a law it is not improb
able that some device will lie discov
ered to evade the liability, but Con
gress will have done its duty and show
onie diapoaition to protect thn people.
80 far the Governuent Itai never had
returned to it ao much a the money
expended ill surveying a single luiul
grant held by any of the corporations
Over 1 00,000,0()0 acres of land have
through this medium escaped taxation,
but the eicperoieH of the survey are
atill due to the Government. The pub
lic will in time grow wenry of this
wholesale robbery and demand a differ
ent order of things.
CMflaffilioo il Jacknoflvillf.
About 2 o'clock T"sdey afternoon
Are was discovered in the New State
saloon, in 'Jacksonville. The flames
rpread very rapidly and soon passed
beyond the control of the fire depart
ment There was a great scarcity of
water, which embarrassed the action of
the firemen, and, for a time, tlie. whole
town was threatened, , At the time of
the fire no wii.d was blowing. The
roofs were also covered with snow and
ice, which impedecj the progress of the
fire and aided the department in ob
taining control. Omi man leaped from
the second story .window, in a panic
and broke an arm. Several women
barely had time to escape from some of
the buildings. The firemen eoncen
trated all their efforts and finally pre
rented the flames from crossing the
street at a critical moment and gained
Following is a lint of the losses and
insurance: O. V. Savage, building
and effects, $1000, insurance, $2000;
J. ' N. Howard, merchant, building,
14,000, insurance $4500- Max Mul-
ler, inerohandise, $ 1 6,000, insurance
IC000; L Solomon, postotliee building,
20,000, fully insured; B. Fisher,
goods, 3,000, -fully insured; Noland
k U J rich, liquors and fixtures, 11,000,
insurance, f 400; P. J. llvan, building,
no insurance; If. M. Uio photog
rapher, , fixtures, $230, no insurance.
Theri are several minor losses, which
will swell the total loss a few thousand
- Rottcrm lidigRaat.'
"Viat axe the chances for the .Mex
ican veteran's pension bill to be passed
this session?" asked a reporter of Ros
ecrans last night . ,
"I don't know alout its chances, but
I do know a'nut its justice. It is a
shame that those men should not lie
eared for in their old age. There am
I "82 in my district, and of thn number
SO per cent are not capable of work
ami forty seven are 111 the poor house.
Mr. Henry VilUrd has resigned the
Prenidsuuy of the Northern Pacific
railroad furet-d thereto by the manipu
lators of Wall Street. The producer
of the northwest will, Itave abundant
rvssoea to regret ths retirement of a
manager who has meant well in all his
measures toward them. The stockhold
ers of ths systems he represented wish
largdivub-mH am the producer will
soon contribute to par them. As for
Mr. Villard supposed shrewd practices,
we do not Mieve in theui, as the
position he rewgned is of greater ton-
sequence than the millions lie ms
have gained by indirect methods,
2Tet earnings efth Oregnwand
California railroad for (V-teUe were
68,576. TlWeof the Orrpxt '. In
proveiuent Company were ,ir?,4.'il.
For eleven monthn of 1 83 the North
ern 3,1 75,208.
The iiniioi,itioii of the Secretary of
the Treasury, to raise '50,X)0,000 an-
mully us a sinking fond,' with 'Uilo
to pay the national debt, is vehemently
antagonized by Senator Beck of Ken
tucky, who holds that we have paid
$700,COO,0(!0 already more than
is required by the contract, ihe Sen
ator claims that the people are enti
tled to relief to this amount from oner
ous taxath n. At the present rate of
Siurplus" the sinking fund would pay
off the national debt in less than four
Gov Moody Jias appointed deneca
Smith, Judge of the Fourth Judicial
District vice Stolt resign. This ap
pointment does not suit the slate wa-
kr, who had it fixed for County Judgo
Stearns to succeed to thn bench, Police
Judge Moreland to take Judge Stearns
place, and Lem Scott to, b police
Judge; as Judge Snuth holds only till
tho June elect ion, In. re ism 1,1 n ..nance
to correct ih matier in the. in r fu
. Wii. Wyaull, tlie man v. us run
over by a train of cars at Palouse
Junction' and who was subsequently
taken to St. Mary's hospital in this
city, says the. Walla Wulla Union, will
lose one of his feet if not his life, us
unfavorable symptoms have set in.
The Oregonian last Tuesday pule
lialnd a valuable article on Lane
To 11 who sre autferiiiH from the errors sn
iiuliavn-tionH of youth, uervoui wmkiiewt, wrly
decay, lmiof iuuuIkkkI, Ac. I wlllitetiit lci
that will euro you, Fl.KE OK CHAUUK.
i Mi grant rmeiy was discovert! vy a uii
i-nniarv In South Amvriva. tioud a iulf ad-
itreuwd envrloix V the JiKV. JoSLPH T. iMMAJt,
niamm , new iorK uy. -
ATOTICE IS 1IEHK11Y GIVEX THAT
XI ti e umlrntiKiieil a-.tininUtriiUir of Uie en
lute of A. L. Wymi, ileceucil, slao siliniiiltm
tr l the utrtnxnliip etitenf A. b. Wynuanil
ti. Writfht (Wvnn A Wright), filed bin c
oimit for tiimf aettltmeiit intai-h of tliH above
named emaU) in the County ('unit of Lane
I muitv, Oregon, and Monday, the Sd day '
Maroli, 1HH at the hour et 10 o'clock ii, the
furononn of mid day haa been fixed by laid
Court for the hearing f objection to aitid ac
oounU and for the final luttloment thereof,
Dated thit fitli day of Jan., IKS4.
.1 Pl'UItHIN, Adiiiinistrator.
b HILVEU, Attor.my
r NOTICE TO CREDITORS- T i
NOTICE IS HEREBY OI VEX THAT
Clmi ku K yers haa nuule an anaixn
uiitnt of hit properly In Aarmi buruli, ir
'lm bvnelit of hu oreditoM. Ail prMi ai-y
hereby imtiKed to piemnt tlmir i-Ninm,
11. iIhi- oath, tw the uiulurtigned ai(nee
within three monthi trom the ilate of tliif
notice, at his store in Cottage Omv,' Iaut-
AaKOX 1 I'll! u.
Dated thin 2!th day of Deo., 8S ,
T. Q. Hssdbicks. $. B. Eakix, Ji.
HENDRICKS fe EAKIN,
Eugene City - - Oregon.
RMit draft, on NEW YORK, SAN FRAN-
t'ISW ami 1 UJil LAMI, OKKliOX.
All oolleotion entnmted to ut will receive
lViiit rw-xived suhjeet tii check. Loan
nittle on sppMvnl aroiirity. and a ceneral
tlAiikini; bumneMi done on reaMinahle terinn.
AT ALL HOURS
Chris Marx, - - Prop.,
TJATJRKR SHOP AND BATH KOOM,
I Willamette Street, two dora north l tl.e
St Chs-'ee Ib tel, Eugene, Oregon.
year wilhaM arSniaf L
Il 1 ! amu illulnl.
Tthl tint fl
duecttoM for B.'atief ail tl taA VVnnt
tmda.PUuiM, r'e. aIIVBlnsll to mlU
0. M. FERUx a CO. mi
IF YOU WANT 4 CHEAP SHOT GUN
- erKiAe, eome W Junctioa City. 1T on
tWraiKnnl can aril you iruu. from fire dollar
t two hundmL or to uit tb bard time. A Urn
Con fc the Uf krar lower end "I Jtittrti
anl r tc y-wreelw-i.
AUo a N I tha fna raAa Sad ld
B. r. HtNlKICK8.
1 Vis Circuit Court ( the Stste uf 0e-
fcvu tr Uie County of Ijiii.
Ortj"ti Railway .iWpwy,!
Umitwl. M. j '
Actiuii t Isv
vs. ) l fcijrnprute
Lsurn Mitlill, minor, by j land lor right
J V Uriwe, gumlmu, u( way
, IM. J
To' Laura Mauatiald and J W Grime, Deft's.
IS THE NAME OF THE STATE OK
Oregon you are Iwreby aummoued to ap
pear iu asid Court and answer tht Comulaint
if the plaiiititr, tiled therein no or before
the tint day the next term 01 ssni loun,
to l-egim and held st Eugene City, in Lsne
County, tSUtt of Oregisi, on ui-wit: the
21st day of April, 1884, plaintiff's will take
judgment for want of su sniwr, for ths i
lief prayed for in the complaint, namely: To
appropi iate tlie laud described in complaint
for right of wny. It was nnlerea ry the
Judife st ths November term' of laid Court,
I8&I, that service of this iuiiiiiihu be made
011 the defendant, Laura Wamtield, by pub
lication iu the Eugune I i'ard, a newipapur
pabliahed iu said county weekly, for six con.
O. B. AO. A. Dorms,
CmiiNsor Jvhctiox! Mr K M Mulhnl-
land ha returned to Junotinn and opened hi
Ntore with a very fin tock of new drii. (iive
him s call and examine hi tofk.
Iu the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County tf Ijine. .
In the matter of the entste of Samuel - H
Non.etf, deceased; Citation. ''.'
To Rebecca It Jackxou and David W N'waett
and all other intereated iu said estate,
IN THE NAME OP THE STATE OF
X OliE'iON, you are hereby cited and re
quired to appear in the O unty Court of the
State of Orvgou, for tlie couuty of Lane
at tlie Court room thereof at Eugene
1 ity, in the County of Lane on Monday,
the 7th day of January, 188-t, st
10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, then
and there to allow cause, if suy there be, why
an order should not he msde hy said Court
nthorizioK the lu of the following de
tcribed real proierty, beloiiKiug to ssiil e
titu, Vi-witt An undivided onr-hslf interent
in sod to the following decribett premies
to wit: Commencing nt 8 E comer of Sec
?3, T 1(1 S, 2 VV, thence running s follow:
N I.V70 chs tn S line of A AHeo's donation
land vlaii.i, W 6.32 chi tn E line of Wm
Allen' donation land claim, 8 to 8 E coiner
of said claim, Wett 2 S3 ch. N 43 degree.
W to E line of N W J of S W i .eo 23, S to
8 E comer of N W J of S W J eu 23, w
20 00 cha, 8 to N line of W S Harlay 'a dons
tion land claim, E to N E comer of mud
claim, 8 23.72 o'm, E to S V comer -if N E
of N E f sec 2ti, N 20 00 eh, and tluuce
E20 00clistn nluce of beL'inning, contaiiii
ing 127 scms more nr lew, excepting one
acre deelel to School District No 42, in
Lane County, Oregon.
Let David W 'No"tt sn l all unknown
heir be aerved by publication for 4 we.k in
the Eugene City (il'Aiin.
W illie", Ihe Hon J-C. CiU'Ki'll,
!inle of tin- County Co.irt of
thn State of Oreyiin, for the
t'ounty of Lane, with h -Seal
f ttid Court nllixe.l, this SOlli
dy of Nov, A D. 1SS3.
I del W'miK, Clerk.
(idi, 8. Wamiui-kxk,
Att'y for AdiuiniMtrator.
E. E. Luckey & Co
DRUGS, PATENT HiEDIOINES,
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils,
Brushes, Etc., Etc.
We will keep a full assortment
and sell at living figures
In hands of a competent druggist.
To Luckey if Bristow at
For sale clmper than ever offered
before in this market.
ThoM winning to ircrias w;l do well to call upon me before nrofeing tn-r
To mv line of INDIES' DRCSS GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, and GEK
TLEMEX'S CLOTIICrc, 1 ca'i vfKir !;.xial attention.
j I expect to trtirr from lite inrrcnntile
within th next 5K) day.
Having to supply all vur wants, I
ATOTICE 13 HEREBY RIVEN THAT
J D M KUdon sn l Eliis Ann Humphrey,
., ill I ......... ..f Al.tl.iniiili.
eiecntor or me win bum n
rey, deceaaed, have tiie.1 iaiemeiu aim u.".r
final account in the Comity IVwrt of Lone
,i.... . .ii.l M. in, Uv. tlie 7tli die of
'Oiinv, i...., j, -
January 1W4, ha lieeii net by orilr of tn
Cieirt, drtt-: ov IMJ, lor ueann uu
lection and ltoiit thereof.
' J. M. Hikikjx,
Elua Ann lll'MFHSEV.
From tlieae sonrccs sriao tni-e-fourths or
the illacaaes of the hnmnii wee, Tbcae
ipp.Hte, Bowel, co.ttre, tilcU Mead
cli, fnllneas nfter eating;, yer.ton to
t rtlon of lKKly or mtna, KruotmUum
of food, IrrltmUlltw of temper, lw
(plrlta, A feelin of b.vlng
.me ilntr, lzlee,riattcrlns; at the
Heart. Iota before he ty ee, ibg'
ore trl.ie, COMTI PATIO, and de
mand the ne of a remedy that acts 1 dlroot W
on the 1-iver. AssUvurmeilloliioTCTT'S
PILLS liavo no e iuxd. 1'lielr aotlonon the
KUneysHndSklnUniio prompt; remoTlug
all impurities through tbego three sct
tn-jers of the avium," prortuolnst appe
tite, eound cllstostion. rc-Kh'r atojils , cl jar
. oaUHS no nnuaea or griptmr nor Uitcjrfers
with dully work anil uvea porreut
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
TUTT8 HAIR DYE.
. ilanVy toa5lsr Black byailt.le sp.
' pUtfoaofthlsl)T. Sold byDruwi.u.
TBTtTmaBUAI OF USEFUL RECEIPT! FRIL
PHtS!C!Af!Sflf!3 CRUGCISTS RC0KMJO IT.
ThI. or.r.r-Hon, eomhlnln Iron WHO rnj
veKtUtili lou.. will g.ilckly nd couji'lutfly
'are Dv.ii. Imliimtii n.XVeulmeM, lun'U.e
UIo kI, SliiLtru.ChiUi mul l overjod Neuraliri..
it .t. iiuiiilna rstiiit dv for Dll
V.a," r:i - -M.f . ,l,nu.m.
i 1. Ul'l . m
no'in-!,nraVli;y lleier:i -e. , . ,. .
It i. hanuliiw In iu tuirreilieut. pleuant totlw
It H ne liy VAIimuio inr niiwiiw i .w.
:i I all rou4 Inidnnr litary iiy.
pmdl.crlltlp.tloil. m '" Iron mf-lirim.i.
It MIlU'il'ilM in" "IM-em". i"" I
lot food, iclleve lliriburn nud Belchln. and
lirniii'. iiiimeaiiue iiiwwii..n.
miermiiwni r.vens u v. a,'hmm -
iuoairtS, Lack of K"enry. eta
a w .1.. h. .Hw frmli. m.rv ana
croed red Hue. on wrapper. lkenoothr.
1H. wmlf j Hum o o t wii " - 1 --
the old Ellsworth Store.
lUMnej, and my goods must be $oU
solicit an early caiL
T. G. HENDRICKS.
Smith and Cox.
We intend keeping a full line of
D. M. OSBORNE & C0.'S CELEBRATED TWINE BINDERS, REAP
ERS AND MOWERS;
MINNESOTA CHIEF THRESHERS;
JOHN DODD'SOLD RELIABLE, HOLLINGSWORTH'S, REINDEER
AND RED BIRD HAY RAKES; .
THE KETCHUM WAGON;
MITCHELL'S WAGONS, CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES, ETC., 1TU
It is our intention 01 stajang nero
w m r m m M mm m. m im m m m . m m m
give entire satisfaction.
Prices as liberal as any hcur in
Warerooms on Willamette Street, Opposite the
Pass books, butcher books, memo
randums, ledgers, day books, etc.,
of all kinds. Orders taken for
special sizes. '
fchDDl and Miscellaneous Books.
All tht' st;in.-ir.l ant'iors lv t'10 volnrae and U sets. Juvenile
. hook, Saw 1 iml VVavt-ily Library, UarjK'rs
Bible Depository For Lane County. -
V liavo lecn. getting a lare slock of new goods and we have
everything found m afiit-class Book btor?. '
AVe also have a full stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS!
McCORNACK & COLLIER.
Successors to CALLISON.
A VINO OPENED A NEW SADDLE
went of Crsin Bro ., I am now prepared
Are fraploypfl, and I will endeavor to
me with a call.
Is that yon Ao yourself justice bv buying
1 intend to strictly adhere to VERY
for sale, and in "' .
DRESS k FAK.Y GOODS.
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Furnishing, foods,
Them is no doubt or qoesl ion but I shall
same eoods have ever lieei. offered is this
JsfPIease to call and prk-e the giods
m s-a w- mm r-m a mm m
AND HARNESS SHOP ON 8th STRK
to fumih everytbinR in that line st the
give satisfaction to all whma favor
A. S. CURRIE,
goods where tou on eel them tbw
LOW PRICES in evervthina I offer
sell them very much lower than tb
anJ youill that I aw iu earnest.