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EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1885.
' NO. 13.
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mt tSujciu (Citjj Guard.
L L, CAMPBELL,
PnbllHhcr and Proprietor.
OFFICE-On the East side of Willamette
Street, between Seventh aud Eighth street.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
RATES OTS' ADVERTISING
Advertisement Inserted a follows:
One square, ten Hue or Ira one insertion $3;
ach lubaequent insertion SL Cash required
Time ad vertiser will be charged at the M
One souare three mnnth. .' SS 00
One square ix mouth 8 00
One iiiuare one year 1- 00
Transient notice tn local column, 20 ctnts
per line tor ch insertion.
Advertising bills will be rendered quarterly.
All job work must be Paid fur on hkliveuy.
C M. COLLIER.
BILYEU & COLLIER
-Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON'.
PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF
this State. Will give special attention
to collections and probate matter.
Of Kiel--Over Hendrick & Eakin't bank.
CEO. B. 03HHIS,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
"WILL PRACTICE IN THE CDURTS
V Y of the Second Judicial District ami in
he Supreme Court of this State,
Spojinl attention given to collections and
matters in probate
Geo. 8. Washburne,
tfiuoiKis city, - - - Oregon
OFFICE At thejCourt House. 1yKn:3
" CEO. M. I!
Attorns; ani Cransdlw-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
E'JGHXECIfV,' - OUEG0N.
OlUt-O formerly occupied by Thompson &
J. E. EENTON,
Sjieuul Attention given to Real EsUie 1'rau
ice and Abstracts ol Title. . i
UKfU'B Over Grange Store.
T.Yr. HARRIS, M.D.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Kvsideuce on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
Dr. T. W. Shelton,
Physician and Surgeon.
' It00MS-Ai Mrs. J. B. Underwood.
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
"NAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not protessiouauy euaiyeu.
Ottice at the
'POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth Btreet, opposite Presby
J. J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
rourt of the State. ,
ectintr, and probate matters.
. Collecting all kinds of claim, against the
United States uovernuic.i..
Office in Walton' brick-room 7 anil
New Barber Shop
and Bath Booms.
i m door North of Post Office.)
niTiiQ m rESTS. EVERYTHING
L 6ttod up in the best of order. Shaving
and hair cutting done in the niost approved
JERRY HORN, Proprietor.
W. N. NOFFSINGER,
ATTO RN KY-AT-JL A V.
F.TTfSKNE CITY. OREGON,
XITILL PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
of the State, negotiate.
lections promptly attended v
Uraci-Over Grange Store. oiu u
PIPES & SKIPWORTH,
PROF- D. W. COOLIDGE;
(Formerly f 3lpl"t low,!
HAS LOCATED IN EUGENE CITY
for tha puriKwe of tei-hing ruso, ohoas
and fiarmont. All the latent method
jdoytd to develop a fine technique. I10"" '"J
U prsnt cor., Seveuth and High U olO tf
i b. mm
GT A GENERAL
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrcns Hose at
12 1-2 ds.
Good Dress Goods at 121c.
Best Corset in town for 60c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in evert
New and Nolly styles in
Liberal Discount for
Will pay the highest
Market Price for .
Oats and barley,
Cash . Or
Goods Sold as Low as any House in
The highest price raid
TTAVTXG OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP 0?8tfc BTRB
H west of Crain Bro, I am now prepared to furnil everything in that line
Are employed, anu x m cut-.v.
Trimming silk and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
The finest stock of French
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and SHOES
in all grades.
of all descriptions.
for all kinds of Country
to all wluiiia favor
A. S. CUIUIIE.
lOTICE IS IIEHKBY GIVEN THAT
My virtue of a writ of execution duly
isHiinl out of the Circuit Court of the State
of Uvgon fur the county of Lane. by the
clert tliervof, and to me directed on to-wit:
Iouniber l.'l, lSS.'i, upon judgment and
ilecee f foreclosure rendered iii laid court
November 7th, lSS.'i, in a suit then toil
then pending wherein (t R Chrisman was
plaiuiir, nnd Ceo Millican and Ada l Milli
csnttcre tlufanilants, in favor of said U R
Cbiisman plaintiff and iisiut said defend
ant ieo Million for the sum of (J'.'.liSS with
interest thereon from date of judgment at
thorute of 10 per cent, per annum, $250
attorney fee, and cost of action, and a da
cre for the foreclosure and sale of
the mortgaged premise described a follow
to vit: The N 1-2 of the N W 1-4 and the
N i-2 of the N K 1-4 and the S E 14 of the
N ? 4 of auction 23; also the 8 1-2 of the
8 K 14 of suction 21 and the N K 1-4 of the
N K 14 of section 29, all in T 17 S, R 1
W, containing 3-'0 acre in I-aue county,
Now therefore, by virtue of laid writ and
tn satisfy said judgment, attorney foe, costs,
accruinijcostsaud expense of sale I will sell
the above desoribed mortgaged real proporty
at public auction for cash in hand at the
Court House door iu Eugene City, Laue
County, Oregon, ou
Monday, Dkcemm!r 21st. 1SS5.
At thfl hour of oue o'clock, P M of said day.
I SheriQ Laue County, Oregon.
Dated November 20, 1883.
ICTOTITE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JLl by f irtne of a writ of execution duly issued
outof the circuit court of the State of Oregon
for Lane County, by the Clerk thereof and
to me dinidud, on to-wit: November 1.1th,
18S5, upon a judgment and decree
of foreclosure rendered in laid Court
November 2d, lSS.'i, in a suit then and there
pending t herein Wesley Shannon was plain
till, and Wm K Simmons and Amelia A
Simmons,' hi ivilo, aud C C Simmnni were
defendant in favor of laid Wesley Shan
lion and avainst laid dtfendant Win E Sim.
mons for the sum of $2,1188 DO, with interest
thereon at'the rate of 10 per cent per annum
from ilutt of judgment, $200 00 attorney
fees, and for costs and disbursements of suit,
aud decree for the foreclosure and salo of
the morlgnged piemise described a follows,
to-wit: ThaN K of See 32, T 1 8, U 4
W, containing lo'O acres, iu Lane Couuty,
Now, therefore, by virtue of laid writ,
and to sstufy said judgment, attorney fee,
cost and accruing costs ami expense of
sale, I will ell the above described real
property at public auction, tor cash in hand,
at tho Court Homo door in Eugene City,
Lane County, Oregon, on
.Holiday, Drcrmber 'iint,
a ii.-nif-a? : i .
Sheriff I-ane County, Oregon.
Rated November 20, 18S5.
NOTICE IS HEREBY G IV K.N thai
1 v virtu, nf a writ of Execution duly
iuod out of the Circuit Court of the State
nf Oreunii for thfl County of Lane, by the
Clerk thereof and to me directed, on to-wit:
November Kith, ISSo, upon judgment aim
decree of foreclosure rendered in snid Court
12th. 1S85. in favor of Martha W
Cooper, executrix nf the estate of Geo M
Cooper, deceased) plaintiff, and against Or-
ville .ircen ami h J breon, in wne, a j
Hurneson. II 0 Ifumuhrey, A J Johnson and
J H McClung, partner under the firm name
of McClung & Johnsou, and Mary A Burne-
son, wife of A J liurnesou, ueieniiaiits, lor
the uin of $b04 00 U S gold coin, with in
terest thereon from date of judgment at the
rate of 10 per cent per annum, $75 00 at
torney fees, and for cot aud disbursements
f nil' riinunnnilinu me to sell all and
ingular the mortgaged premise uescriomi
hi.riiiii as follows, to-wit: Fractional lot No
3 in Seo 33, T 17 S, K 3 W, containing 3C.23
acrs, more or less, in Laue umnty. uregon.
Nnw. therefore, bv virtue of std Execu
tion, and tn satisfy said judgment, interest,
attorney fee, cost, nut-ruing, cott'anrt ex-
ii .i ..i - .i :i.A.i
peuses of sale, 1 win sen me auove uuotnio.i
real property at publio auction, for cash in
hand, nt the Court House door in Eugene
City, Lane County, Oregon, on
Mou tiny, December Jtlftl,
At the hour of 1 o'clock P M of said day.
j. iu tjAumr.Li
Sheriff Lane Couuty, Oregon.
Dated Nov. 20, 18S5.
AJOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
writ of Execution duly
issued out ol the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for the Cmnty of Une, by the
Clerk thereof anil to me uireciea, on ww.
Nf,vmher 13. 1885. BDon judgment anil
decree of foreclosure rendered iu laid Court
November 12th, 188."), in a suit then ami
there pending wherein Lizzie N Thompson
was nlamtilf. and John Bennett and Mary A
Bennett, his wife, and Charles Ilennett were
defendants, in tavor oi uia Lizzie .1 inn.n,,
inn and iirainst laid defendant Charles Ben
nettfnrthe sum of $249 73 with interest
thereon fmm date of judgment at the rate
of one per cent, per mouth, J.HJ attorney ice,
and costs and diburwmuit of action, and
decree for the sale of the mortgaged pren..
vet described as follows, t-wit: The S 1-2
rfSWl -4, the 8 W14 of S W 1-4, and
..t No 3, seo 13, T 18 S, R 2 W containing
152 08 acres in Laue county, Oregon.
Now tbertfi.re by virtue of said writ, and
to satisfy said judgment, cost, attorney fee
aod accruing costs ami expense of sale, I
will self the above decrild real property
at pnblra a-iction to the highest bidder for
cash in hsnd, at the Court House ilix.r in
Eugene City, Une county Oregon, on
.Monday, Deeunber 2 lit, 1HH5,
at the hour of 1 o'clock P M of .aid day.
J. I?. CAMPBELL,
Sheriff f.ane ennnty, On gun.
D-.ted November 20, JSS5.
CEO. F. CRAY,
POSTGFFICE GiSAfl STORE-
EUGENE CITY, ORECoN.
The Hudson Bay Company1)) Hteamer
Beaver, which was advertixed to lo
sold a bhort time sinco at Victoria, B.
C, is the oldest sfaiu vessel on tho
Paeilio Coast in Tact was the first.
The ve&sol was built in England in
1834, and came under sail-schooner
rigged. Her machinery and boilers
were in place, the paddle wheels And
shafts, so as not to interfere with her
sailing, being stowed aboard. Sho has
the same engines now, tho name of the
maker and the date 1831 being in
conspicuous brass figures on the front
of them. The vessel wus staunchly
built in every respect, both itv hull and
machinery, as has been proven by the
length of time-now over fifty years
that si) 8 has been in active service.
The Beaver is less than 300 tons bur
den, lias an old-fashioned square stern
and her paddlo wheels, instead of being
amidships, as is usual in other steam
ers, are well forward. She is an odd
looking vessel, and has tho appearance
of belonging to a past cenrury. In
lior day the has been of the most clli
cient service to tho company to which
she belonged. She was built to trade
with the Indians of the Northwest
coast, and for carrying supplies to the
trading posts on Vancouver Island and
Frazier river, Owing to the danger in
early times of tho service in which nhe
was engaged, she was fitted out like a
man of war-the bulwarks were high
and tho boarding nettings wore hoisted
when at anchor. She had a battery of
four six-pounders, and a plentiful sup
ply of small arms and ammunition, so
placed as to bo ready at hand for the
oflieers and crew in case of an attack.
There were guns and pistcls even in
tho engino room. During the Indian
war of 1855, Governor Douglas, of
Vancouver Island, tho chief factor and
resident head of the Hudson Bay Com
pany, very generously tendered the
Beaver to tho authorities of Washing-
tOO-Territory-there was no steamer on
1 Ugeii k3uuuii-v . - . .
of American settlers. Tho vessel was
used on more than one occasion in the
transportation of United StateB troops
to the threatened points of attack. The
Beaver, instead of lxiing sold. it would
Beom, ought to have been laid up in
ordinary for good sorvice rendered and
as an old curiosity.
iaccdulo of Arlcmut Ward.
In the winter of 18G0 61 Artemus
Ward was travoling as advance agent
forGision E. Dodge, and ono day
entered the ollioe of tho Citizen and
Gazette, at Urbana, Ohiff, (whore the
writer was at that timo engaged as a
compositor,) to make arrangements for
After chatting some time with the
editor, Mrjoshua Saxton, one of the
oldest newspaper men in the State, and
a man of inarblo dignity, the droll
showman started to go; but, pausing
at the door, he turned back suddenly
as if sotuothing had been forgotten,
'By the way, Mr. Saxton, have you
got a boy of of good, moral charac
terl" It was with a glow of pridu Jhat tlie
editor ruUx'd his hands and told him
that he had, for the youwjost appren
tico was at that timo up to his ryes
inthe&tudy of theology, and after
wards becamo a shining light in the
"You aro certain, Mr. Saxtoi that
he has ah Wen carefully brought
upf continued the humormt, with great
"Oh, yes;. I am quite sure of it.'
"Ho has no bad habits that ybu
"Oh, no Ita's an exceptionally good
boy. In fuel, he's a model boy. Wlitl
do you want with hinit"
'Well,"' raid Artemus, slowly, his
faw relaxing and a sly griiv gradually
creeping ovrr his homely features, "I'd
like to have him stick up fc few bill
Springfield, Ohio, has tho champion
li"ht weight infant. It IS two wt-eKSj
. i i ,
old and weighs an even round. A
dil ,e museum offers the atoinio bit cf
, , .....
humanity $75 a week for exhibition
bus taken tno propo
sition under consideration.
Baynrd'i Wilfui Son.
The World's Washington special
of November 30th says: A society"
paper here olliciully announces thrt
engagement of James Bayard, oldest
son of the Secretary of Slate, to Miss
Deakiiwof Fort Pendleton, W. Va,
This is the sequel of a romance of
young Bayard's experience at Suggs'
Fort in that State. Young Bayard, on
account of a foolish escapade- with But
ler Mahoneand ono or two other' bona
of Senators soveral years ago, wan
arrested by some Washington police.
The boys were discharged after a slight
reprimand. Mr. Bayard was greatly
mortified fend sent his sonJiome to
Delaware. He has since forbidden his
return to Washington. The father
virtually cast off his son, as he would
not observe his wishes. Last win tor
young Bayard taught school in the
mouutuin town of Suggs' Fort, under
tho protecting wing of ex-Senator
Henry G. Davis, It was during his
winter's residence in that place that
young Bayard fell in love with Miss
Deakins. The latter is tho daughter
of an honest farmer. During the win
ter Miss Deakins found employment
at a little hotel at Suggs' Fort, and it
was there that young Bayard met her.
It is said that they became engaged
last winter, and that the marriage was
to take place as soon as the Secretary's
son could get an oHico.
It is understood that ex-Senator
Henry G. Davis procured the appoint
ment of Secretary of Arizona Torritory
fur young Bayard, co as to get him as
far from West Virginia as possiblo and
prevent a marriage tint would not bo
approved by tho proud Secretary of
Stale, The appointment was procured
through the joint influence of ex-Senator
Davis and Senator Gorman, as the
Secretary would not even listen ' to
Hoing i anything for his wilful son.
Whatever may hate been the motives
of Messrs Gorman and Davis, young
Bayard remains true to his mountain
of His engagement indicates that young
Bayard will not go west until he cad
take Miss Deakins with him as liis
wife. It is understood that the Secre-
of Statu Btill refuses to have anything
to do with his son in any way.
Society in Dunkirk, New York,- is
agitated over tho marriage of a Chin
esn laundryman with a white girl The
most exclusive circles took up U.
unpleasant pair, gave them a recoptior.
and treated them as social lions. Dun
kirk is ono of innumerable' Eastorn
towns in which there is a great plethora
of girls and vt painful scarcity of young
men ablo to cam a living for two. I he
attention of the ambitious young
heathen of onr crowded Chinatowns hr
respectfully directed to Dunkirk. Why
should they remain here, where a girl
would as soon think of marrying a
golilla as a Chinaman, whon white
wives and social distinction await tliomr
iu the East.
Saw a man yesterday who had mado'
$10,000 this fall in wheat Saw
another man about ten feet behind him
who- told mo how he mado it. 'His
wife inherited $10,000 in cish. Sho
wanted to double it or lose it. Hus
band was perfectly willing. She gavo
rt to lrim t invest in wheat and she
lout it. Instead of investing a dollar
Imi pluor d tle wholo in a bank, and has
tho certificate o! dt-posit in his wallet
today. Speculative wives are now
linn kiwI in food demand. Detroit
Thebaw never goes into battle with
out his jug, and in time of peace h is
seldom aUent from its side. Ihouh a
heathen Mongolian, his majesty has li
very Christian like thirst for whisky.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Th. best salve in the world for CuU,Brui
ss- Snrcs, I leers, Salt Rheum. Fever 3r.'
IVtter, i:api'dlLnU,t hiniUiiis,'oriA and
all skin eruption!. '' l'itiv!y I"'4
or m pay reiiird. It is r.iarnlR'.i to give
perfect tit'rtiou, or mouey retued.-iL lur
subs by E R Luckry & Cm
Syrup of FiS, .
Mannf, K-tored only by thef jJifinA fur -Syne
j, This l.Uiwnut l"!'-' '","t fmeily
, .v Vn hl of v S 1. at-nt, Snuotuai, .r
VjX;VT)t, .:.r-ie City, n ii: y
: t-Lts... r . inl!..r ip ...t-U-. hi the i...-t
; ltle.wiiit. pp.nii.taiid.uV.tw roi'-ly known
. .i,), the stv.ni; to. t.H. t'.iI,i-, Kid-
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