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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
HATURDAY... MAItCII 20, 1887.
Ex-Senator Tharman reoeutly spoke of
the president io these term:
I called at the White Houie because it
Mm the semi-centennial birthday of Mr.
Cleveland, and a leaie of pleasure and pro-
)irmcy loduced me to eitend my congratula
tinns to the president I like Mr, Clever
land. He is an honest and capable man.
Tlii moat Democratic statesman in Amcr
ina lias spoken and his verdict is favoraU
Kx-Jovernor Itobioson of Massachusetts,
)rubably the best representative of the lie
publican party in the nation, said recently
that "The President ii a strong, hooest
man, he means to do just right every time,
Philadelphia Press: The able Kentuckian
who boast that he never has used whisky
r tobacco if still in Washington trying to
ecure the post of Minister to Austria, but
there isn't muoh chanco for him. There
settled feeling in Administration circle
that; a Kentuckian with such a record as his
is too rare a enriosity to send out of the
txuntry even to a loan exhibition.
tx-.Senator Miller of New York, is on the
Wiy to this coast with a little boomlet of
tho John Sherman kind which he fondly
... ... .
nope will grow stronger and bigger in our
t'xhileratiag climate. As most of our lie
publican exchange say that Sherman is the
uaudidaU of the Eastern monopolists, his
liomiiiatiou is inevitable. . .
Oyer 1,000 negro families in .Savannah
fiwn their homes. A southern piper calls the
nttentiou of Mr Hoar ol Massachusetts, and
inks Mr Hoar how many negro families it
Jioitou own their homes. It is a fair (juoi
Mr Randolph, a talented colored lawyer
(if Richmond, is organizing the oolored vote
'( Virginia. He declares that Preiideot
i 'Ivyelaud has done more to give citizenship
a value than all other President since
The town elootion in Minnesota (how
rather lignilloant Democratic gain.
It is rumored that the Portland custom
tiouse will change its politics soon.
JUL , ..... I
Cottage Grove Items.
Cottauc Ghovi, March 30, 1887.
Mr. Ed. Melton, of Creowell, was in town
Mr. Erneat Hicks, of Eugeue, paid our
City a vittit Uuudny.
r Frost Hevoml nights nines our last, ltuiuoj
Mr. W. U. Murtiu, of Kilk oreek, ling sold
lis funu to Mr. A. O. ltogard.
Dr. II. Little, of Oakland, i iu town this
V'ock again. Ho i a good dentist.
Dr. rkarbrough baa bosn in town aeverul
Uuys of Into ou profuNsionul duty.
Tbore is a rumor to the effect thai wo nro
b'ain to be bleisi d with a butcher shop.
Mr. Avery returned Monday from one of
ber many cuuvusning tours, for dress cutting,
The railroad carpenturH Lave commcuced
work ou tho liew depot buildings at this
Mine Myra Cathcart has been visiting
friend here for a week or so. She is going
to teach a school at Cedar creek.
Mf. N. T. Chrimnan' little daughter Keua
Jim been ijuito sick with iutlanmtury rheuma
tism, but is improving toiucwb.-.t.
Mr. Ackley returned to this placo a few
days ago from Moutuua, whither ho went
ftume time ago. He anys tho horns and tails
Were froien off nearly all tho cattlo that sur
vived tho wintor there.
The following nominations for city ofllrer
were made at a meeting held Ma-ch 20: For
Mayor, Uoott Chrimnan; for Couueilmeu, It.
'lhoy, E. W. Whipple, C. Steveusou and
Ji. I Chriimau; for Recorder, Chas. Btouf-
h i : ior Manual, bam. Veatch
April 1, 1887.
Mr A Uslick ha opened up a hardware
tore in this plaoe,
W R Walker visited his parents here last
Our publie sohool began last week with
A iss Whitney as Principal aud Mia Cora
Jloloomb Aaiiitaut. (
Mis Iula llradley will flourish the rod of
correction at the Fall Creek chool begiu
niug neat Monday,
Mis Nellie Holcomh will titjUliiltlUI Pit it u It.
Ire sohool this Spring. She iuteuds leaving
lor the scene of her labor to-morrow.
Mr Clark our popular musio teacher will
lo the near future take up her residence at
J'rineville. W bespeak for her coutinued
uooes in her new Held of labor,
Quit an enjoyable time
was had at ths
IMd Felowa Hall last
Tuesday AVAnintr ml
which time the degree of Rebecca was con
ferred on twelve or fifteen ladies (wive and
daughter of Odd Fellow).
The enterUiomeut given at the Odd Fel
low Hall on last Friday eveuiug wa a
fraud (uooes notwithstanding the couibiued
9orU of the kickers, who were determined
to break it up if possible. Simply Uoause
the combination wasn't at tho head of the
procession. Seuuel You may control some
eutertainmenU but not th people.
hi tvr. V Wn that one of the most
respected oitiieos of CotUge Urove precinct
lias been arrested on the heinous charge of
incest said to have been committed on on
vt his glows daughter and that the crimi
nal iutimatv has been coutiuued for eight
Jean, the daughter claiming the wa co
erced by threat. The oomplaiut is (worn
to by the daughter in question.
Omi-UL VimTH.G. Mm., chid otl
ln.ictor for Oregon, Vsliiinjton, Mouuua,
j. iwio ana ais., has reveived orders (row
the poeliuMUr gfn.rml to ln.iect every t
rhoe la hi juruIU-Uon. The order diiwts
that riicular attuUn U paid to the mooer
rlrr otticea. So Mr. Maaon and his aoUUuU
V ill have a livsly time for many mouths to
K the present the Interstate ciumueree bill
tia killed tli IVihc nat wo. 4 mwket. Till
It eaa be learned whetlier the railroads will be
Me Iu nuke rate there are likely to be no
iner ior wtiui. now Ion this euitiargu will
lt oannot b told now; but U it should Out he
raiaed soon it will I a serious iuconveuient
uu lias to our people. Orrgunfan.
WairrD. A good freah mil. cow. Apply
to Mr. Chas. Huffman, County Asaeaaur. this
Mr W 8 Shaw went to Cottage Crove on
I. gal bnaioee yesterday aiUroooo.
Pleasant Hill Items.
March 31, 1S7,
Mi Marian Powell, of Eugene, made this
place a visit last week.
Several Mongolian plicasauts have been seen
In this vicinity lately.
Fall sown grain is looking very well in this
vicinity, and grass is growing nicely.
We understand that MrSellars hits pur'
chased the remaining part of the Dodson
Mr Ed Ifuddleston and Alex Uunlner left
Monday fur Eastern Oregon, never to return,
they say. Kix mouths will find them again
Improvement are still goinif on in our-
town; Mr I H Mulkey built a new sidewalk in
front ol his residence during tlie psst week.
Rev I N Mulkey delivered a very iustruc
tive address at the church house ou Sunday
evening to a goodly number. Subject: Diso
bedienee and its results.
Foxes, deer aud coyotes seem to be plentiful
here as a great many have been seen lately.
Mr Samuel Parks received a brand new dog
from lienton county last week, so now they
will have to suffer.
All communications between Jeff and the
Register correnponileut. 1'upm Wnpse. of old,
has been stopped on account, of the telephone
being down. Itestirrect the line, lioys, iu
order that we may have more news from our
A Mr Roys, of CooHt Fork, has leaned a part
of Mr John Fessiuien'i farm.
Mr Al Parker returned Saturday from lit-i-
ton county, where he has been working for the
pant three mouths.
Quito a refreshing shower Monday morning,
Rev Mr Kent and family arrived here from
below yeiiterilay. Air Kent will act as circuit
ruler Ior tins district, aud will reside at
Wheeler ilros have removed to their fatlie
place to put In ifroiii, having finished Heeding
on the llutledge lurin.
An aciiunintance of Mr Miller arrived here
from the Kant yeittcrday. He says several
families will soon start from the Eant to this
List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the Postoffico at
Eugene City, Oregon, Friday, April 1, 1887:
lilachley, Mrs Suzan McClure, Mrs Maria
Clayton, Rosa Morrin, Albert
Cox, Mrs Orlenla Muuseil, A
Davis, Merit 1'enton, Mrs Alary
Hodges, Mrs Mary Robinson, R
I.ane, MUs Lizzie Staton, Mrs Reuben
Lane, Mrs Ada Stephens, David
McFarlaad, Mrs W L Vanhmilincliam Mrs C.
l ersons calling Ior same will please ime date
F. W. Osnun.N. P. M.
Since our lout report the following city
transfers have been recorded by the Clerk:
11 1 lull to hiiL-euo lity, land lor street;
T W Slieltou to M J McClure. lot In Shel-
ton's aildition; con
J'. K l.uckey to J R Ream, lots In Lut'ene;
J Al 1'ritchett to Jas A Stevens, lot and
house in Mulligan's addition; con $1000.
(. r Aluser to John Law. lot iu Packard s
addition; con jiitX).
This oveaing tho E. II. k L. Co. will cel
ebrate the liftceuth anuiversary of its organ
ization by au entertainment. The pro
gramme is au unusually interesting one, and
the occsjioii will bo observed with tho old
time outhusinm, Ou this occasion a
picture of tho late Hon. C. W. Fitch will be
preseuted to the company by the exempt
tircmon of Eugene,
Ji'ltv List. Tho following is the inrv lint
rawu for the Anril term of Circuit Court: K
Van Vrankiu, CM Urattnin, J H Hhortridge,
(! R Chriimau. W P Fisher. J A McMuhan.
Jonper Wilkius, W W Neelev. W 11 Ranch
man, J U .lenuniK'", D P Sheridan, Nelson
iKik, S S Stevens. Doak Zumwalt, James
Wvin. Kd liailev. Ii F Wilkes. I N Hm-
bree, 1 N Duckworth, A l llyland, K W
W Whipple, 11 D Paine, J D Hampton, X P
iiainuiltc, Aivm rerkius, J Alasterson, .1 K
Crow, J F Inmau. J O Vauudian. H C Mor
gan, Thus Fisher.
For Sai.k.- 1M) lots in all Harts of 1utL-,n
City with and without boutes. Prices to suit
Uto. M. Mll.l.tlL
Mr. Al. J. llouck. of Junction, visited
K ugene yesterday. '
Judge Walton was at Salem a counlu of
of days this week.
Mr. Lambert paid tho metropolis a business
trip this week.
Rockwith has sottled with his creditors
and opened his store agaiu.
Mr Graut Osburn flourished tho vard stick
n Uettman store several days this week.
Marriace liceuses issued this week; C. M
Master aud Clarissa Itovd. Chas Viles anil
Holon Adams, W II Wcathurson and Cora
Mr Stern, presiman and nmchiiiist for
tho largo publishing honso of Palmer and
Rey, Portland, is in Kugeno. He is an iu.
gmiious inechaoiu and agreeable gentleman,
who know evorythiug about "bucking"
priuting presses aud how to tame thorn.
ANXOl'XCE MYSELF AS A CAXDI
dale for the ollice ol City Rerorder,
R- F. DniiHiH.
1 HESF.11Y AXXoi'XCK MYSELF A
I can.lidate for the oltice of City Marshal,
at the eusuiug city election, to he held Aiu-ii
J. T. Mahtin.
1HERERY AXXOUXCE MYSELF AS A
candidate for reeUvtion to the orhoe of
City Marshal. H. J. D.tV.
11KRF.IIY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
will ai a candiiLitM t I, . (vitiiiinv iil
election for the oriice of City Recorder.
A. J. lt.VIIH.
T HERKWY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS
1 a candidate for the office of City Marshal
at the eusuiug elu-tion to be held on the 1st
Monday iu April, 1S7.
J. T. Wittkk,
rpilK ANNTAl, LLF.CTlOX OF THE
1 lily of Kukris lor the imrikw t.f Wlet-
T it '''"""if otluvrs will U li,la M the I
nj nii. in r.ncrnet ity, Urep'U. oo Mou
iUr, April i, lv7;
I l rMitleut o( tlie ( ooiuil t ,.rve
3 t'ounoilnirn to serve two jrrsrs,
1 M rhl to srrre one year.
1 Keilr t srrre on year.
I Trvasurer to ser one Tear.
Foils own s.t V m and rl.o at ti p ui,
a-a City, MarUi IS, Isff.
M. S. BARKER.
Ncir Cun Store!
OPPOSITE t'EXTi'Ah MEAT MAR
ket, Eugene City, Oreis'oit All kinds of
Ammunition new and loaded to order aud
A specialty. Sewing machines repaired ou
short notion, saws filed, scmsors ground,
Choke boring dono oo the most
Scientilic principles. Work scut by
mail and ex; reus v. ill receive prompt attention.
All Work (I'uni'untcul.
Miss B.J. Lowry,
K.VYIMKSEXPERIENCK IX IOWA.
X All work L'tuira
1 to give satiifaction.
Silol' - In lnwer story
of Yint'i-'n jjuil.rv,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS--
ly-OTICEIS HERERY CIVEX
il A. J. I 'rnz.ni h,is bt-i-n niiiniiitt-i
istrator of the estate of W illiam Dmlson. de-
ceaned. All persons having claims auuiimt
suid esUte are hereby notified to present the
same to the administrator at his residence at
Pleasant Hill, Oregon, within six mouths
from the date of this notice.
A. J. CRUZAX, Ailmlniitrator.
Oko, 1!. Doiiiiis, Attorney.
March 11, 1HS7.
H A MB L ETON I AN.
rpilIS HIGH -P.REI) STALLMX WILL
.1 stand at Stkwaiit'ii St.mii.k, Eugene, the
coming season. He is a sure foal getter. I
u ill also sUnd
Till: MOUNTAIN BOY
At tho same place. He is 7 years old and
weighs a littlo over 1..VMI lbs, nml is one of the
best foul getters in the State of Oregon. Has
fine body, aud is of splendid stock, Price to
suit the times.
"VTOTICK IS HERERY (UVEX THAT
iy the partnership heretofore existing be
tween J W nml J F Stair, under the firm
namo of Starr 4 Son, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. The business will hereafter
lie conducted by J F Starr nml (-II Vanilen-
iiiiv under the lirm name of Starr & Ynnden-
burg, who are authorized to collect nil out
standing accounts, and who will nsnnne ull
liabilities of the firm.
J W STARR & SOX.
STARR A YANDKNIiURfi.
leferriiig to the above we would resnectfullv
auk a continuance of the business that hiw beeu
awarded to the lat firm.
STARR & YA.NDEXP.URO.
Eugeno City, Or., March 11, RSS7.
Field, Vegetable & Flower Seeds.
Imperial Egg Food,
Garden Tools; Fertilizer s; Etc. Etc..
201) Si-conJ St., I!t't Salmon and
lnylor, Portland, Or,
e SEXl) FOR OUR XEV CATALOGUE.
Whiskers on I fa! '
Were you ever vividly struck
with a tlireo-coincml idea tli.it (J. P.KTTMAN lias the finest
line of Silks and Dress Goods in tho town.
Brand New Combination Suits for Ladies
Styles; Striking Colors.
tuivv i ht .11 O f Willi iuiv
direct from the East.
FORTUNE OR A
Lull and learn our prices, ami
simiim-mi ecsucies. e have
meres, also a nice assortment of
I.ADOUX CLOTH, FELHKIXE, LAX1UYEIUXO, EO.TEX, TIlorA AXI) DLEXXI
(iive us a call; it will do you good. It's a pleasure to show
you goods, as that is what we are here for.
TrAy,1,Nt',,0i,.KX.VAN.FWSAT111-K A-V1 HAKXFSS SHOP 0 !Hh STliKET
1 l"e M.u- l.ak, ry, I urn n,.w prriiared toluruUh everytliiu iu that line at the
Are cmployrd, ami
in with a rail.
I will iivl.'ivor to
HAS OPENED A LARGE STOCK OF
(rents' Furnishing Goods
In the Hoffman House. These goods were bought
direct from the Manufacturers and will be sold "Way
M i ' a i iT i
Down. Uall ana
WILL STAND THE
fj Hadley llorse Conqueror
stables for the season of Wt7, commencing
April 1st, and will be there every day in the
week during the season. Will insure fur 810.
Call and see me.
This space reserved
TO LOAN OX
mproved Farms and
Apply to J. W. 11KISTOW.
At prices to suit all
Tin: .no i:ic.
Rring your produce
Ret mouey for it.
to (loldsmith's and
t nmr nm h oil Wifli
pattern will not cost a
HOUSE AND LOT.
you will relapse into a series cf
a neat line ot French Cash
)d Assorted Sloe
give NJtihfaction to all lnma f.tver
a. a. cumin:.
H. & "fflBHEO
examine ana price mese guoas.
Our Htoro luiililing wiiil, and
in tlie imir future, w.- have
GAltDLESS OF COST.
W'ii liavH in stock I lie lincst hi
nits to Li! found in the City.
hains, Silver Plated Ware,
Jewelry, Notions and
Albums Scrap Books, Autograph Albumi
Christmas and New Years Cards,
And an endless variety of nien goods Call and see.
No To Mulilc to lion' Goods.
C!3L Sole Agents for Eugene City, V Y
1011 THE JLISTLY CELEBRATED (mm(
I jj -GOLD AND SILVER SHIRTS.-
kroW We are still at the old reliable "Grange Store," lLJ I
I lTji and can sell you aHytluni that you want to eat I
v" Cheaper Than (he Cheapest, "y
1 LARGEST SK F
For a Term of Years.
us wo slmll liavit to movn into
rmiiieJ to close out our wfttirp Htock Rt
i-ct mil oi oooux miiinuitt ior lionuuy ytti.
. e 1 r..i l it i i
SALE AT i
ECGEXE CITY, ORE(iON.