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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
SATURDAY ....JULY 23. 1 1887.
The lottor itttelf is dignified, manly and
patriotic, ond the reason on wuicn m prom
dent's determination uol to rittit St. Louis ai
i.of timnini6lv tluii lie bui no riulit t
subject the presidential oflice to wanton insult
is aonna ana ju; uui ib i pu
rioAn ritizeni Lave iiveo
casion for audi derision or fer the wrltin
auvh letter. Mr. Clevelund it prosident
i.. iT.,ii..l Kint,.ii and as such ia entitled
the jirofoiindest respect o( every American
citizun. ne slioillU do wuicomeu wiiu cour
.... ..,,nrMT ha nnnn. In virtue of bis rcDre
.,.,l..tio nhnrnplT aa til P.lllof TnftL'IHtriltO 01
the great republic, and that wholly without
reference to the iiastion whotheror not he ia
personally or politically the choice of any
particular lutiiviuuai lur mm yiuuo.
citizen to the president an proaiditif, r'K'rtj
leaa of all other consideration". New York
Commercial Advertiser, (Uep.)
The New York Tribune, the leading IU
publican paper in the United StaUs, distinct
ly atated a abort time aince that the l'resi-
.1 .... l.io nuif V,aA mn.ln mrv effort to
reduce the surplus. The following are the
ewct words ot tnai joornsi: x
Cleveland 'a (id ministration hal reduced the
publio debt, loaa cash In the Treasury, nearly
HO.WIU.UWU during me ibbi uscai year.
that let it have credit. It baa not caused the
. .....i l.iAvnnua In rrvaiiilll. ammilltintl tO al
most 35,00O,0OO, but be baa not stolen the
money. Receipt under lawa which the
President aud tils party uave vainiy insuiu
alter have enormously exceeded eipendi
turea; the administration baa obeyed law in
keeping and applying the money. For so
much let it have all the praise that is deserved."
Tlia fnllnwino ia from the BeiltrV. Pllb-
lished in Salem, Oregon, and a Ropubficsn
Cleveland has written the Mayor of Ht.
Louis declining the invitation to tie present
at the Grand Army of the Hepublio reunion
at that place, because of the feeling that has
been stirred up on account of his being in
vited to atteud. The Grand Army are mak
m tnluiakn in this matter, and
they cauuot Afford to snub tbo president of
the United Htutes simply because ne la a
Democrat. Such a course will greatly dam
age the influence of that organization.
Tt wan Aliruhnm Lincoln who aaid: "We
m nnt AiuttiiioH lint fritMiilH. We must not
be enemies. Though passion may have
strained, it must not ureas our uoims in in
fection. The mystic chorda of memory,
.1 ml,, hi in, from nvxrv liuttlufleld and Datriot
grave to every living henrt and lioarlhstoiio
II nvrr tliil lirnail I mill will vet KWell the
.lint-im nf iIih ITnimi wliim nisuin tinicbed. as
surely they will be by tho butter angels of
N. Y. Suit: The departments under Dem
ocratio control are making an excellent show.
ing for the past fiscal year. In one division
of the Land Office 1,61'J patents were issued
last year, as against (i'JU the proceeding year,
and 1,000 more letters were answered than
in 1HNII. This increased work was done with
'Tis pity 'tis true, so it is, but Jacob Sharp
the convicted felon, hapiieui to lie a Kepub
lieau. We would never have apokun of this
II some people of extensive misinformation
had not been ao atuaziugly humorous, so stu
pidly funny, as to assume that he is a Dem
ocrat, and that therefore all Democrats are
It was a pleasing iueidunt of the celebra
tion at Tuciinia to have a llritisli commander
making a Fourth of July speech. The fact
ol the man-of-war Caroline, flying the stars
and stripes above her colors on that occasion
and of tiring a saluto of twenty-oue guns, in
dicates the great respect in which this gov
ernment is held by Knglish olliciuk Call.
President Cleveland has determined not
to attend the G. A. H. encampment at St.
Louis, but we can't blame him, and if Cleve
land ia re-elected, it will be Fairvbitd's fault
this time, aud not Rev Father lltirchard's
with his Ruin, ltomanisiu and Rebellion.
Miltou (Or.) Kagle, ltepublican.
Mr. Harper, of the Fidelity bank of Cin
cinnati, Is a poor banker, but a truthful man,
In 1H81 he said ii Cleveland were elected
he would go out of business and he baa.
lly iuadvrrtance be got further out than he
lutouded, for his present address is the
JoAiiuln Miller is at work on a "Life of
Christ ' in vers, lie aava that the poem
will be a long one, aud adds: "It U the last
thing I ahull write, and upon It I have spent
the beat part of fifteen years. I am eortaiu
that 1 shall write none after this is complet
"God bless the union between Connecti
cut and old Virginia!" cried President
Dwlght of Yale as be grasped Randolph
Tucker's hand iu the preseuce of a com
mencement audieuee; and theu he ducked
his head to dodge the palsy.
Some Kauaaa tourists who lately visited
California bad a lot of wine packed iu pork
barrela, because, they aaid, Kauaaa being a
prohibition state it was the best means of
getting the wine to their homes.
Let the Dependent Pension bill pi,s Co11"
gross and the surplus in the Treasury won'11
not last oue year. After that tuxes woul'l
have to be increased.
Dr. Truo'i Infidelity.
Ban Fkanoiboo, July M.-Miaa Delia Char
leston, au attractive young lady of this city,
has just returned faun Portland, Oregon.and
tells a woeful tide of desertion ou the part of
her lover, W. H. True, of that city. Iu the
summer of 1SSJ Miss Charleston was living
with her widowed mother on Market street,
True enmo to board with them. Iu a short
time True, who was a diseiiser of drugs.and
Miss Holla became eugaged. He procured a
marriage license and the girl lived with hi in
as his wife, her mother being unaware that
the legal ceremony had not been performed.
In March last, True, having dubbed himself
"Doctor," finding San Frauciscn business too
dull, betook himself to I'orlhnd, Iwmug bis
pretty wife behiud. He had not beeu a
month iu the Utter tdace befor fickleunu
took hold of him and he wooed aud wedded
Msud Longfellow. Not bearing from the
Doctor," his early love made haste to ioiu
bim. It was then she learned of his faith
Iwuueiu and marriage to another womau. He
admitted he had wronged her but could make
no reparation. He ttl with hia bride to
r.og ne City, Seattle, and other plaeee, but
kliss Charleton followed everywhere. Fi
Bally be assured her he would join her in
oue mouth in San Francisco. Seeing that
nothing could be gained by remaining, she
had returned here heartbroken. True ia 31
rears old aud was a witness iu the celebrated
Snarou divorce ease.
True is the parly that sold mineral talt
here eouie time aiuce, J (1 "pulled" by
our city ofll ore aud fined.
New Medical College.
Some weeks ago the board of regents of the
Oreeon State University authorized the lor
tnatiou of a medical college as part of the
nniveraitr. and issued a charter therefor,
The necessary steps towards the complete
organization of this department have beeu
taken. The faculty has beeu duly elected
and arrangements are about completed
for securing appropriate lecture halls, dis
secting rooms, hiliaratory, etc., which will
be in this city. The college has exclusive
control of clinics at the Good Samaritan and
St. Vincent hospitals, and a corps of dldac-
tioand clinical lectiucs, nearly all of whom
are teachers of eincrietice iu medical educa
tion, have beeu secured. The school will
open under promising auspices. Men and
women will be auiniiteti upon equal terms,
The session will commence in October next,
and continue until April of the following
year. The diploma granted to tbiwe upon
whom the degree of doctor of medicine shall
e oonierreu is mat 01 me university 01 ure
egon. The following is the faculty:
Hon. M. P. Deady, president board of re
H. C. Wilson, M. D professor, principal
and practice of surgery aud clinical surgery
OttoS. Hiugswuuger, M. D., processor
K. A. MacKeuzio, M. D., professor theory
and practice or medicine and clinical mem
A. D. Bevan, M. D., professor, general
and descriptive, anatomy, and clinical sur
A. C. Pantou, M. D., professor materia
med ica and therapeutics.
8. E. Joseph), M. D.. professor obstetrics
and psychological medicine.
C. O. Strong, M. D., professor gynecology
and clinical midwifery.
Henry . Jones, M. D., professor clinical
W. II. Baylor, M. D., professor clinical
surgery and genito-nriuary organs.
O. M. Wells, M. D., professor discuses of
F. B. Eaton, M. D., professor diseases
eye, ear nose and throat.
Wm. Jones, M. D., professor clinical sur
gery. A. J. Giesy, M. I)., professor Dermatology
At a meeting of the faculty, held a few
nights since, Dr. S. E. Josephi was elected
dean. andlDr. C. C. Strong secretary.
Tho annual announcement of the college
will soon be issued.
July 22. 18S7.
Miss Doughty, of Monmouth, will lecture
St the baptist church on irnlay eveumg,
Mrs. W. J. and Mrs. 11. J. Peugru, were
visiting friends and relatives at this place
W. It. Walker returned from the Kitsou
springs last Sunday, where ho had bc-en rus
ticating for a few days.
Those who went from this place ou the ex
cnrsi03 last week returned Sunday night.
They report a way up time.
Miss Elba Christian, of Eugeuo, was visit
ing at tho residence of her sister, Mrs. Susan
Maxwell, the fore part of the week.
Mr. T. D. Edwards has been confined to
his bed with sickness for toveral days. His
many friends hope for his early recovery.
A professional beggar, by the name of C.
T. ICasmussen, paid our town a visit on
Thursday. He was hunting more particular
ly for the Grand Army oovs, tint there wasn t
oue to be fouud.
A Mr. Dennis, of unknown origin, gave a
temperance lecture at the M. E. church oue
evening Inst week to a small audience. The
lecture was not very well apreciated,judgin
from tho way the uickles didn't drop iuto the
Let aomo one who kuows explain why
Judge Deady will fine an Indian for sell
ing lire water to his lirother, when he will
impose a fine of nuly $10 on a white man for
the same otl'ense. Guess it's just because
he's mi Injun.
Tho horses of Mr. G. Soveriin, of Euccne,
became frightened last Tuesday while weigh
ing a load of hay nt this place, mid ran off
the platform, overturning the wagon, throw
ing Mr. Soverus to the ground with such
force as to knock him almost Insensible lie.
was picked up and carried into the drugstore
where he was properly cared for. A painful
bruise of the hip and kuee joint wus about
the extent of his injuries.
narvey, the clerk iu Washincton. who de
faulted, within a mouth after his crime was
fouud out, received a sentence of twelve
years in the penitentiary. Heboid Demo
F:iisT-Clahh Stock. Mr. .Tiimes l!ataa baa
one of the best jacks iu the State of Oregon.
He now proposes to breed mares to him for
tho sum of ill, Further he will pay $30 for
every coir, at tmr age ot live mouths Hired by
hia jack and throw in the price of service.
This beats any oft'er ever made iu Lane
county. Call on or address Mr. Dates at
Stewart's stable, Eugene City, Oregon.
WllKiT Sacks. S. II. Frinintlv lie Tlnm.
day's freight tram received direct 27,000
wueaisacK. tail una see uim if you need
Having perfected ananiicments with nar-
ties iu Portland, I ain able now to find niir.
chasers for lands, more readilv than
heretofoie. If you have laud for sale, im
proved or unimproved, you caunot do bet
ter tllitu to entrust vour biisinusi with iw
Terms reasonable. our patronage solicited.
Ii. t . Dohhis.
Kobiuson & Church desire to inform the
people of Lane eouuty, that they have the
largest stock of agricultural machinery ever
shipped to Lane county, consisting of mow-
ers, hay rakea, wagous, lucks, buggies,
luimui'n, uumers, neailers, plows and iu
fact everything in the agricultural line. Also
a. full atock of hardware. They will sell as
low as the lowest. Call at their store aud
Don't Believe It
When told that F. M. Wilkins. tha druggist,
is not st lliiii; "Wisdom's ltohertiiu." f.,r ll..
Complexion, the most eleeant n.l nnlv
..,,.. I'lcpaniuou oi us kind u the '
world, aud giviug a beautiful picture card
with every bottle.
arm for Sale.
1 1 a: for axle IX) i
the (lilfilan farm; 25 acres good timber and
. ...uu.ci an prune, ah under feuoe;
Kod house and turn- .v.i ,
other improvements. The place has an
- vi koou spring water and ia sit
uated ltn Innrth n.il ft... .1.-
Hill school house, one of the beat school
districts in the county. Foi further partiiu.
Foa Bali A li f
good aa new, at i
E. R. Leva st & Co's,
NOTICE FOR PUIILICATION.
Land Okice at IIokkbukii, Oh., )
Ji.ly 20, 1HH7. (
NOTICE 13 HEKEI1Y GIVEN' THAT
the following nameil settler has tiled
notice uf his intention to muke final proof in
upMirt of his cluiin, and that aaid pnsif will
bn maile befoie the C'lerk of the ('unity Court
of Lana (,'n., Or., at Eugene City, Or., ou
Saturduy. Aii(t. 17, 17, viz; Uudoliih A.
Kuuke, preemption I). 8. No. ooll f,,r the S,
W. 14 of S. W. I 4 Sa 23, 8. E. 1 4 f 8. K.
14 and loU 4 ami 5 See Ti anil lot 'I Sec. 27,
Ti. 17 S. it. 10 West V. M.
lie names the following witiiesses to pruve
his cimtiiiuoiis residence upon ami cultivation
of aaid himl yix: John Wisiwan, Joseph Wis
man, Chrutian Merger, of Deadwisid, Lane
County, i resini, mid Alunley 'I'lionipimn, of
Seatou, Lane Co., Or.
Chak. W. Johnston, ileistrr.
NOTICK FOR rUULIOATIOX.
Land Omce at IloHKiirim, Oh., I
July 20, 17.
VTOTICEIS HEliEBY OIVEX THAT
Xl the following named settler has filed
notii-e ot hi Intention to m.ike final proof in
aupport nf his claim and that siid proof will be
made before the Clerk of the County Court of
Lane noimty, Oregon, at Eocene City, Dr., on
Saturday, August 27, 1H7, vlt: Mathilda
Funke. preemption D. S. No. 50!8 for the lots
1 and 2 and S. V. 14 of X. E. 1-4 Sec. 22 and
lots 1 and 2 and S. E. 14 of N. V. 1-4 Sec. 23
T. 17 S. K 10 West W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence iixin and cultivation
of said limit viz: John Wimiian, Joseph Wis
man, uiirimiaii Jie-ger, ot UemlwisHl, J.iine
County, Oregon, ami Mauley Thompson, of
Beaton, Lane Co., Or.
Ciias. V. Johnston, ItenUter.
J. L. PAGE,
HAVfXO A LA KO E AND COMPLETE
tm:k of Staple and Fancy (iroccries
iKiuJit ill the K'st uiarkeU
EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH,
Cun offer the public better pricea than any
Produce of all kinds taken at market price.
Brick! Brick! Brick!
BKST QUALITY Of Bltlt'K KKPT CONHTANT1.T ON
hand. Will exchange brick for all kinds
nf farm produce. Kiln and residence at Wal-
lis Jliitte, two miles West of Eugene, lirick
delivered immediately on receipt of order.
JO. It It 1 1 OKI).
A. V. Peters, Agent, Eugene,
ft U El Al ' 11 1 I U i
WE HAVE MEN APPOINTED
agents for the Insurance C'ompaniea for
merly held by Mr Chas Lauer, ami are pre
pared to insure your
House, Barn. Wheat, Wcol. Etc-, Etc-
against loss by fire, aud can give you choice
of some of the Hkht Coiipanies on this Coast.
ready and willing to pay losses promptly.
We ssk fr the liberal patronage extended
to Mr Lauer.
Hendricks & Eakin.
Look at llioo Prices.
41 cal. C. F., oct. bbl., modul-lN7.) .. 14.l!3
44 cal. C. F., round bbl., inodi-l-73. . . 13,50
(38 same us 44 cal.)
40-82 model 'Wi, oct bbl -15.75
45-00 model '7C. oct bbl 15.75
44 C. F. oct bbl, Colt's Lightning.... 10.50
All other goods at bottom prices, and don't
you forget it.
1 want the li nker dun Work to come to
the front, and to do this I have to make pricea
that will make a miser grin, and that is just
what I can do. So cone; and see the I'.aiker
(iim Woi ks when in need of anything in this
line. All kinds of repairing dune with neat
ness and dUpatch, at Eastern prices. All
kinds of gun and ammunition on hand it all
times, and I want you to understand I hat what
1 have got is for sale, ifiiil 1 will try to satisfy
you iu prices.
Located opposite EPCKNK ClTr OlAUli
office, Eugene City, Or.
IOTICK IS HEliKUY OIVEX THAT
Ll the copartuershiii heretofore enisiim, un
der the firm name of Withrow A Oeihard has
been dissolved by mutual consent. The busi
ness will be continued by Mr. (ierhard.
S. V. WITHROW,
, LEO OERHAKI).
1 hanking the public for Past favora. I r.
spectfully ak a continiianee of the same.
Oated Eugene City, July I t, 1N7.
MR. CEOROE WILCOX WITH J. A.
WINTER, will make photographic enlarge
ments by the new
process, finely finished in India Ink and
water C olora.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE
County Commissioners Court for Lane
County made at the July term thereof, 1W,
"sealed plans, specifications, atraiu dia
grams and bids" will he received at the Court
House in Eugene City, Oregon, at 11 o'clock
A. M on July 20th, 1887 for a bridge to be
built across Lake creek ou the line of the Si
ushiw wagon road.
Dated July 0th, 1K87.
(iko. S. Wahiiiu'hnk, Co. Judge.
Oto. I). Day, Commissioner.
A. X. (iitEKN, Commissioner.
A FLSE ASSORTMENT OF
iBEIWTIFUL DRESS GOODS!
Jl1 I UJJL1 L11C7 jxia,js3V iu tiirj JjrJSt
prices accoramg 10 quality.
A LAUGE STOCK OF
fhd f!hpanpe.t tn thp Rpct All
i :iu n: i" .Vcs Can
uc auitcu cmici aa il ri il.c ur vUallty,
Our assortment is Complete, from the lowest Price uu
the Finest; can suit you if you give us a call.
OUlt STOCK IS
BSfFresIi, New and Stj Ihli.gj
Look us over; if we do not nav you money, wo will make aome one ri.
III f J 9 VU J W M V
-A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.:
I B. DUNN.
In re application of W. S. Johns, for a
Notice is hereby given, that the above
named W. S. Johns, will on the 2Gth day of
July, 1887, apply to the Governor of the
State of Oregon at Salem, Or., for a pardon
of aud for the crime of burglary, charged to
have been committed in the county of Lane
in the State of Oregon on the '20th day of
April, 1880, and of which he wsb convicted
iu the circuit cortrt of the State of Oregon for
Lnno couuty at the November term thereof
ou the Cth day of November, 188(1, and by
the court sentenced, on the 11th day of No
vember, 188G to three years in the peuiten
tiary of the State of Oregon.
W. S. JOHNS,
per L. H. SIontaynk,
That the CHEAPEST place to 6bj
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats
Boots and shoes, Etc.
is at :
P. S. Have also iust renfiiv
from New York City a large in
voice of LADIES' CLOAKS DOT,
MANS, WRAPS and DRESS
Hut tlio people don't want t lint, artick
Wlint tli(y do want are honest goods at
Honest prices, and that is just what the
People can get
BY GOING TO C. BETTMAN'S!
We shall not take up you timet with a
Long string of nonsense about the best,
The cheapest, and the handsomest line of
(joods in Lnne county, but we do want
To ask you in a friendly v.By to come to
See us. If we don't sell you real live
Ihirgainsyou are at liberty to use our
Heads for foot balls.'
WE WANT WOOL
And don't you forget that wo will pay
You all the market will stand. The
Same is true as to other kinds of
Country produce. Urietly Yours,
F. E. r.K.u ii, President.
J. K. Elukiikix, Sec'y.
J. McCrakex, Vice President.
J. LowKXiiERG, Trras.
f lie Northwestern Fire and Marine
No, 5 Washington Street, Portland: Or.
7g MtDlung I Johnson.
CL. Sal9 Aeents for Eugene City, W B
sj . F0R THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED tm
S -G0LD m SILVER SHIRTS.-
f"i w "till at the ol.l reliable "nrange Store," Tj
I il can Bell yon anytliiiij that yon want to eat
I L1 r wear, 0W
Cheaper Than the Cheapest.
I STOCK OF
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v v lBiXK M- WABKEN. F. K. ARNOLD. '
J. K. t-LDERMX, F.K.UEACH, F. EGGEKT.
C. II. FRESCOTT,
. .. , REFERENCES Fo'u EUGENE
Jl F- 'i"U. f H- MfC'Inng, F. It. Dutn. J. D. Matlmk. S. H. FrienJU
II. t. Hiiiiiphivv, Csburn & Co. "
HTKltl.lXO HII,L, Aumnt.
I i"Mouy to Loan on Apprnve,! U, Estate Sdirity.p
'IS ON 8ALR AT 1
MatlocWs new Store