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THE EU3ENE CITY GUARD.
,'JAY 9, mo.
! L VI 1 HI- J- JL--
They ire all Workers.
The Washington correopondent of
lha Philadelphia Times, mention" a
good trait of the Cabinet an follows:
Idleness is certainly not one of the
'esetting sin of the present Adminis
tration. I saw tho Secretary of the
Treasury hurrying through his Mated
dinner at 10:30 last night, with the
Secretarf of War in waiting to confer
with him on official business, and I saw
Postmaster-General Vilas at his office
before 9 this morning, after having
made a tour of inspection through sev
eral of his departments. It may be
the old adage of the new Ir ram, but it
took as if an era of official industry had
len inaugurated as one of the sub
stantial reforms of the new political
rule, And what the heads of depart
ments are doing in the way of industry
is systematically enforced through
all the ramifications of the public ser
vice. Idlers, favorites and drones gen
erally are all quaking in their boots
at the new standard of public duties,
and searching inquiries are now in
progress to ascertain the needless em
ployees preparatory to their dismissal.
The terrible results, which were to
follows the election of a Democratic
President, as vividly pictured iif the
imaginations of Republican editors,
do not follow worth a cent The
country was to go into a financial
spasm, we were to pay off the relel
debt, pension rebel holdiers, place
a multitude of Southern office seekers
in fat places in northern states. But,
dear children, has any of these things
come to pass. Not one, if the Ilcpub
lican leaders ere correct, as they are
certain that this is a Republican Ad
ministration. Tho Republican rattle
the invaluable death's-head and the
bloody shirt bogy, so Ion? and success
fully used by them to frighten per
' sons of timid nerves, will be with
drawn from the stage, and consigned
to dusty oblivion.
Another fond illusion of the Re
publicans, has been rudely dispelled,
The quotations and sales of Confeder
ate bonds in Paris and London was
not caused by a belief that the U. , S.
would pay them, cither principal or
interest, but from the fact that .the
Confederate government had at the
time of its downfall $5,000,000 in gold
in European banks. The money was
.paid out to the holdnrs of the bonds,
which created all the demand that
ever existed for them.
The policy of President Cleveland
on the Chinese question, is thus stated
by ex-Representative Budd of Califor
mia: "President Cleveland is in sym
pathy with the Pacific Coast in the
'matter of Chineso restiiction. Any
'. law which may pass at the next session
tin that direction, will he signed by
him, and the cabinet will see that the
law is executed.
Tha population of Russia, according
to the census of 1882, is giveu at
77,879,521 in European Russia, of
whom 38,051,971 were males and 39,
227,544 were females. The total pop
ulation of the entire empire, including
Jin land, was a little over I02,000,d00,
or about one-twelfth of the population
of the rIoW
The absurd effort tn falsify history
to the effect that nearly one half of
the northern people were opposed to
the Union in tho late civil war, will
prove fruitless. If they had Wn so
affected, what would have been the
Mr. O. L Craham says our trade
with Mexico is not destiiunl to he a
plant of lively growth until the Cus
tom House there are remodeled. To
use a very strong expression, he says
they are worse than our own. Texas
General Grant's salary as General
on the retired list will U 1 13,500
per year. He will get full pay, some
thing that is allow but two other
officers, Sherman and Sheridan.
Mormons entering Mexico to srttls
will enjoy the same privilege granted
to other immigrants. They will l
subject to the laws which forbid polyg
A Mississippi man who pointed an
empty gun at another person, "jnit for
fun,"hu been sentenced to thirty days
imprisonment, for the same reason
Sir Thomas Gladstone, a brother of
the English premier, is in his ninety
first year and is still hale and hearty
There sm-ms to le a derp laid plan
on the boards to defi-ut the mortgage
tax law. Yesterday two suits were
commenced in tho United States courts
in resistance of the law.
'Ihn first was instituted by the New
England Mortgage and Security com
pany of Windham county, Connecticut,
which commenced action against J F
Groves, of Polk county, and the Sher
iff's of eight other counties, to enjoin
them perpetually from collecting taxes
on mortgages held by plaintiff on prop
erty in this State. . They allege that
the law is unconstitutional, and pre
sent about the same objections as
those contained in the complaint filed
by tho Dundee Mortgage and Trust
Company against the same law a few
weeks since. The company carry
$213,274 in mortgages, on which
$3,854 91 is about to be collected.
The other resistor is the American
Freehold Land Company, of London,
England, (limited) which brings at?
tion against the bhentis of rollc,
Clackamas, Benton, Douglas, Lane,
Umatilla Linn, Yamhill and Union
counties, to prevent the collection of
81,996 CI due on (114,027 invested in
mortgAgAH. The ground for action is
similar in botji instances.
' The cases will be heard en May 18th
on an order from defendants to show
cause why a provisional injunction
should not bp granted. Ah in the
first suit commenced the counties will
fight the case through.
England has conceded everything
to Russia, and will try to retreat with
honor, under cover of diplomacy, but
it will deceive no one. The pusillani
mity and perfidy of the English Gov
ernment in inciting the Afghans to re
sist the Rnwians and then deserting
them, is no honor to them, and we
think that England has lost her In
dian Empire by the betrayal. The
opinion so sedulously cultivated by the
British ministry that Russii does not
India is laughable in the the extreme,
when it is considered that Russia has
in the last twenty-fivej years pushed
her boundaries five hundred miles
towards India, and at every step has
protested that she did not want the
country, but was forced to take it In
dia would givo Russia an outlet by the
ocean, and would bring no European
complications; the wealth of India
would make it a rich prize, and one
that nations would struggle for were
there no other considerations. Eng
lish supremacy is a thing of the past..
Recently high pontifical mass was
celebrated in Copenhagen for the first
time since the days of the Reformation
such a service having heretofore been
forbidden by law. The Catholics in
Denmark now number about three
thousand souls, with twenty-six priests,
of whom seven are Danes.
We iM'lieve the statement in th'i re
port of tho State Board of Agriculture
that over 8,UU0,01)0 of bushels of old
wheat remain unsold in Kansas is a
bold and barefaced lie, perpetrated for
the purpose, of influencing tho murko".
Leavensworth, Kan., Times.
Frof. Anderson, tho new U. S. Min
inter to Denmark, has railed for his
post of duty. Here is one appointment
well made, if no other, as Mr. Ander
son is as well, or letter, versed in
tho Scandanavian tongue and litera-
tureas any man in tho Kingdom of
Gov, Pingreo' Arbor Day procla
mation in Vermont was prefaced with
tho remark of the Highland laird:
"Jock, when ye hae nwtliing el.se to do
you moy li sticking in a tree, it will
be growing, jock, when ye'ro sleeping."
Japanese desirous of understanding
the English languago import several
thousand copies of Welmter's Una
bridged Dictionary every year.
A Ml on the roof of a Bridgeton,
Conn.,Wr saloon is struck three times
every time the proprietor has a fresh
keg of beer tapped.
The BoNton Journal says, "there
are millions of capital in New England
waiting for investment at 5 percent.
Syrup of Figs.
Natur'a own true laxative. PU aoant to tht
raUto, acceptable to tht Stomach, harmless in
iU nature, painless in its action. Cure Ha
bitual Consthwtion. IUliousues. Indigestion
and kindred ilia. dmutses the sT.tem. purifies
ma iiwu, rrgmatr. uie i.irvr ami act on th
Bowels. J'ireak up Colds, ChiUs ami Fevers,
etc. Strem;htcn th organ cm wn'ch it acta,
letter than Uttet. nauseous Utrr medicines,
pill. alu and dnura. ruipl bottle (roe,
and large one Ur sal by F M Wilkin.
cume, n o L, unrui.
A LiftSaving Present.
MrME AIlion, Hutchion, Kan: Sad
hi lit by a simpl trial bottl of Dr King'
Nw Discovery for Consumption, which
caused him U prornr a large bottl. that
completely carta him, when doctor, chance of
ciimaU ami wjrthinj s had tailed. Asth
am, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Comhs and all
Throat and Long disease, it b (naranleed to
vur nai Dow ir iiaa queasy to a .
drag ttor. LrcufL
Having sulil my entire- stock of Furnitni
and Undertaker good to M 8 V)u. all
those indebted to me will Red their acoottnt
placed in the hand of (ieo 8 Washburn fur
collection. You will ble sett! at once as
my basinet inut be cluttd.
J. IU KHt.
All persons indebted to E W Whirote &
Rro's, either by note or book aououut will
pleae call and settle the tame. Our store
is burned and we matt collect the monev
R. W. Whippli k Bros.
CotUge Grove, Feb 23, 1885.
HO, FOR THE SPRINGS.
CR COLE WILL START A HACK
from Eugene City each Friday -norn-
ion bound for the Bolknnp Spring.
1 icketa tor tbe round trip, c.
A irood team, an euy vehicle and a careful
driver. I am bound to make It a pleataut
trip for all who patronize me, and don't you
The various hotel will be vinited before
uet ready, folk, and so with
C. B. COLE.
PETEE BUNE7, PEOPEIETOB. "'
ITAK E PLEASURE IX ANNOUNCING
to the public that I have re-ojwnt-d tlii
pintilar place of retort fur the year 1S8j, th
buililinga having teen thoimxighly refitted.
I have tecured th service of mveral very
attentive ervant, who will specially care fur
the welfare of gueat.
Ar cordially invited, nowithitamr report to
the contrary. Price per week for bath, 73
cent. Grocerie, hay, utt, eta, can be pro
cured at the spring at reasonable price.
Fish and Game
Are plentiful in the vicinity of the upring.
Th icenery i magnificent, and thote wiahing
a Summer tour can go to no better plane. A
hack will be run to the iiringi, Ivaying
Eugene City every TueaUay after the arrivul
ot the afternoon tiaiu. rare, rouni' trip, Co.
tsouril, vi per day.
No liquor old on th premises.
For further particular adilrew
PETER RUN EY,
McKenzie Bridge, ine Co., Oregon.
TWTOTICE IS HERE11Y GIVEN THAI
by virtue of a warrant duly Umied out of
the County Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Laue, by the Clerk there'
of and to me directed en to-wit: April 13,
lS8o, commanding ma to levy upon the per
onnl property of the ponon named in the
delinquent tax lilt for th year 1SS4, and if
none be found, then upon the real property
a let forth in aaid delin ineiit tax list be
longing to aid peraou, and being enable
after diligent xearch to lind .any personal
property belonging to the penon herein'
after nameil, 1 have levied upon the real
property cut forth iu laid delinquent tax lit
a lollowa, to-wie:
Murray. A. hitato-S E of 8 W J, .
ndS W i of M EJ, and lot4,eo
0, and E J of N W i, and W J of
N K i, and N E 1 of N E 1. t-c 8.
T 18 S. R4W. Tax J20 00
Cardwoll, J 1!-W J of W of lot 1,
and E Jof E lot 2, blk 14 Mill
, ligau' donation to l-nne County,
and fraut lot 2. in tract bill II,
Mulligan' addition to Eugene
City on th a went Tax 3 20
Jone. W li Beginning 40ftS of N
W onr of donation laud elm of D
R Chriatiao and wife, E 1.711 chi,
S l.!Mch, E 1.711 ch. S3-89
chi, W 3.14 clr, N 3 8'J clu to
place of beginning. Alio begin
40 ft 8 of N IV cor of nid claim,
1.711 ch E from laid N V cor,
theuue R 1.7U ch, 8 1.041 ch,
W 1.711 ch, N l.il ch to place
of beginning, T 17 8. R 3 V.
Tax 12 80
Unknown Lot 3. blk 2, Shaw and
i'attertnn's addition to Eugene
City. Tax 1(0
Unknow n Lot 0, blk 8, Shaw addi
tion to Eugene City, l ax 1 CO
All of the above deicribed 'suds beinu
situated in Lune County, Oregon.
.Now, therelore, iu purauauce of tanl war-
ran and to aatiafy aid tuxes, I will tell the
above described real property, or o much
thereof a may lie nereMry, at public
auction to the highest bidder, for cash in
hand, at the Court House door in huceue
City, Oregon, on
Monday, June 8, 1SS3,
at tha hour of 10 o'clock a m of said day.
Duieu may s, isso.
J. R. CAMPBELL, ,
Sheriff of Lane County, Or, '
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
by virtu, of an execution duly issued out
of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
lor ban Louuiy, Dy th tiers thereof and
to m directed on to witi May 7. 1SS5,
upon a judgment and decree of foreclosure
rendered in aaid Court April 22, 1SS3, in
fovor of $ D Holt plaintiff, and against
A mo unnham, Mm 1'unhain, W It Cart
wright, and Samnel May and J O Sender
partner, doing buines under the firm
nam and style of May ft Sender, defend-
auta, for tht turn of $.'$17 70 in U 8 gold
coin, and th further sum of ?2M 00 itty
fee in said suit, and cost sod disbursements
of said suit, with interest ou laid judgment
from data thereof at the rate of 10 per cent
per annum, and a decree for the sale of the
following described mortgage premises, to
witi Regiuning at a point ti 8 mil east of
the 8 E or of tec 7, T 16 8, R 3 Y, thenoe
running north 160 rod, thence east 72 rods,
thence south 162 rods, thence west 72 roll
to place ot beginning, containing 72 sere.
Also beginning at a point 80 rods west from
tht S K cor of seo 8, T 16 8, R 3 V, thence
w est 30 rod, thenct north 160 roaa, thence
tat 30 rod, thenre toith 160 rod to place
of beginning, coutaiaiog 30 acre all in Laue
Now therefor, by virtue of tail execution
sa t to satisfy said jadgmiot, interest, atty
tee, costs, acerving costs and expense of
salt, I will tell tht above described mort-
figed premise at public anctioa to tha
igheet bidder, for cash itt hand, at the
Court Hon door ia Engeot City, Lane
County, Oregon, t
Mosd.t, Jr 8, ISS3,
between tht hoar of 9 o'clock a ra and 4
o'clock p of said day.
DattJ Mat 7. 1SS.V
J. R. CAMPBELL,
Shtnff of Last Co, lr.
iDr. I1. W. Shelton,
Phjsician and Surgeon.
ROOMfJ At Mrs. J. B. Underwood.
EUGEN'E CITY, OREGON.
Administrator's Sale !
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE
Hon. Geo. 8. Waahburue, Judge of the
County Court, of the State of Oregon, for
Lane county, made on the 2Sth (lay of Septem-
Ka 1HH4 I will, on Ki'l'i:UI)4 V th Kith
day of May, 1W5, at 1 o'clock P M, at Cottage
(jrove, ine bounty, uregon, eu at puonc
auction, to the highest bidder.for cash in hand,
th following personal property, belonging to
h AMtatji tit 1 lira V.l.lar iIaimumI. viz Turn
horses, tt ton hay. Ii0 bushel oats, I wagon, 1
saddle, 1 set irocK wheels, I narrow, z axes, i
crosscut taw, millet seed, 4 pitch forks, 1
shovel plow, ft traw, 1 lard keg, 1 grain cradle,
1 ItMialt a.vfha 1 mAwinu ovtli 1 fltinjlp. 1
mattock, 1 shovel, 1 scoop shovel, 1 maul and
wedge, 1 broad axe, 3 pr strap hinges, 1 chest
of tools. 1 log chain, 1 flour chest, 100 lbs flour,
I gun, nousenoid ami kitctten lurmiure, eic
Luted May 1, m.
L. M. Veatch,
Administrator of laid estate.
GREAT NORTHWESTERN REMEDY.
i Those who work early and lute need a whole
some reliable Meilicina likePn'NDEK's OnsooN
Blood Pusipikh. As a remedy and preventa
tive of diseases it can not be beat. It check
Rheumatism and Malaria, relieves Constipa
tion, L)ysiepia and Billiuiisness, and puts
fresh energy into the system by making New,
Rich Blond. All Druggists and Dealer keep
it 91.00 bottles, 6 for $5.00. a4m3
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
by virtue of a writ of execution duly
issued out of tha Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for Lane Conoty, by the
Clerk thereof and to ine directed, on to-wit:
April 27,. 1885, upon a judgment and decree
of foreclosure rendered in aaid Court April
21, 1883, in favor of R M Day plaintiff, and
gainst John V Alexander aud Missouri
Alexander his wife, defendants, for the sum
of f 286 40 in U 8 gold coin, aud for ?50 00
special stty fee, aud for coats and disburse
ment of action, with interest on (aid judg
ment Irom date thereof at the rate of teu
per cent per anoum, aud a decree for the
foreclosure and sale of the following de
icribed real property, to-witi The N h $ of
the S VV i and the 8 E J of the N W 1, and
lots No 1, 2 and 3, of Seo 9, T 20 S, 11 3 W,
iu iJine County, Oregon.
Now therefore, to satisfy said judgment,
interest, atty fee, oosts, accruing cost and
expense of tale,' 1 will sell tho above
described real property at publio auc
tion, to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, at the Court Hnuso door in Eugene
City, Lane County, Oregon, on
Monday, June 1, 1885.
bet ween the hour of 9 o'clock a m and 4
o'clock p m, of taid day.
Dated May 1, 1885:
J. R. CAMPBELL.
Sheriff Lane Cr, Or.
Sheriff s Sale.
-TOTICE 13 HEREBY (JIVEN THAT
Xi by virtue of an execution duly issued out
of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Lane County, by the Clerk thereof and
to me directed, on to-wit: April 21, 18s.i,
upon a judgment and decree of foreclosure
rendered in said tourt April 21, INS.t, iu
favor of A P .iillert ind F Si Gilbert, part
ner under the firm name of Gilbert Bros,
plaintiffs, and against A J Barlow aud M E
Barlow, delendauts, for the mm nf $210 00
in U S gold com, and ?-. 00 special attorney
fee, and cost and dishursemciit of suit.
with interest on said judgment from date
thereof st the rate of ten per cent per au
uum, and a decree for the sale of the follow
ing described mortgaged premises to-wit:
The east 1 of the S W I of siction 5, T 20 S,
K 4 W, in Laue county, Oregon.
Now therefore, to satisfy said judgment,
attorney fee, oosts, accruing cost and ex
penses of sule, I will sell the abovs describ
ed real property at public auction to the biuhust
bidder, for cash in hand, at the Court House
door in Eugene City, Lane County, Oregon, on
Monday, June 1, 1883,
between th hour of 9 o'clock a m and 4
p m of said day.
Dated May 1, 1883.
J. R. CAMPBELL,
Sheriff of Lane Co, Or.
Gen c r 1 Tailor.
A LL KINDS OF WORK PONE IN THE
IV. best of style at reasonable rates. Pants
from 17 up.
Shop and residence on Olive street between
Sixth and Seventh.
New Barber Shop and
(On door North of Pnt flffir
RATHS, 2ft CENTS. EVERYTHING
tin in h. Iwu f 1 ui :
ami hair cutting dona in the moat ninn.vJ
JERRY HORN, Proprietor.
Th highly bred trotting stallion.Sir Walter,
let black, 16 hands hiph, weight 1300 pounds.
Hi carriage is stylish ai.d he has a record of
2:3.1 Ha trotted in 2:26 and on th dar after
making th record of 2tt won the two mile
and repeat race.
He is a direct descendant of imported Me
seng, the renowned sir of the irreatest trot
ters. Hi co!u are icuch sought after and
command th highest price.
Sir Walter wa ired by Marion, he by Mam
brino Chief, be br Mambrinn Paymaster, h
by Mambriun, he by impirted Mewene
!m: Itnog Island lilaclt Hawk mare, she
br Andrew Jackson, h by Bashaw, he by
First Dsn: Sally Miller, she by Membrino,
ton of old imported Measenirer.
He will nul th seaeon of at Enyen
TO THE BREEDERS.
Here 1 a horse bred in th rsin and im
ported from Kentucky for th purpose of tm
iworinjr the stock in tiiis State. I hT placed
hi stud fee at half th pric asked for horse
nt hi equal.
Term 15 th season; with the privilege of
retiireiiit the mar next year if ah prove not
with foafthi year.
No responsibility anmed for accident
Mare pastured. u. V. liiu.
mm- -WTIiuil -If If M M,1 ,tl..'J,- "r'.-iTTyp
Best Selection BOOTS & SHOES.
Goods must be sold. The
largest stock in town. Goods
was never offered as LOW.
All goods warranted perfect.
Now is the time to save your
money. Buy your Goods at
I. X. L. Store.
The Largest Stock of CLOTHING.
E. E Luckey &Go
DRUGS, PATENT MSP i!ES,
Toilet Articles, Paint Jils,
Brushes, Etc., Etc.
We will keep a full assortment
and sell at living fixture,
In hands of a competent druggist.
To Luckey $ Bristow
Passbooks, butcher books, mem
orandums, ledgers, day books, etc.,
of all kinds. Orders taken for
special size, ,
School and Miscellaneous Books.
Tll the standard authors hy the volume and is sets. Juvenile
books, Seaside and AVaverly Library, Harpers
Bible Depository For Lane County.
We have been getting a large stock of new goods and we hav
everything found in a first-class Book fetore.
We also have a full stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS!
McCORNACK & COLLIER.
Succpssors to CALLISON.
Hardware and all kinds of Agri
STORE-Gn Willamette Street, opposite" Guard" Office
Frank Bros. Implement Company,
FARM AND MILL MACHINERY.
La Rell Wasrons.
McSiierry Drills and Seeders,
Itofoni s Waikinj I'losrs,
Ktiforifi tSainr and Sulky flows,
lMii'4-n s rbKiiin; and
Kendall Wheel Harrows.
The Celebrated Holly Tooth,
Harrows, Etc, Etc., Etc.,
KULL LINE OF FARM MACHINERY,
mil BEOS. IKTl. CO, PnrtU4,'0r r
at the old Ellsworth Store.
Made to Order.
Walter A, Woods' Mowers,
Reaper and Twine Hinders,
Holge'i Double Draper Header,
Coate Sulky Rakes,
Uaar, Scott & ("V Engines and Threshers,
Cooper 4 Co. Saw Mill Machinery,
vamape spnnij agons,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Writ for Catalogue. Addree either
J. V. EETDEICIP, tit, Eire City, On.