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ESTiBLlsnED FOR THE D&I?fMTI0S OF DCMIUTIC PRINCIPLES, A.D TO E1RS AJ DGAeSTLIVIXG BT THE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
! EUGEMK CITY, OR. SATURDAY
, JANUARY 8,1881.
WHOLE SO. W
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
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ifte tfagfttt City Guard..
! Pa )liix3H aai Proprietors.
' OKFICB-To the building formerly "J'';,
br J. W. Cleaver, h ft store, ruer V. U
laiastU and Seventh Street
) BIT S ' OV ADVKKTISlNOi
.. . i- I.. fulluWS!
i .Vw.u.ttu.rtionL Cash required in
.rvertUer. wlllb. charged at th. fol
One wir three month.
" six month. . .
Is now on Salo d( 5f
Tran.Lnt .tices in loci column, 20 cenU per
And thcoe are a toy,?. ft tho Bargains of
fend for CASH : U I i
Nice White Blankets I
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T i i, ,.;u mut be paii r ns KirwTr.Hi. urocaae uress u
1 ""a'M". "bll bettered qrly,
Good Cashmere, full
s for $4 per puSr. fidies under Vests at from 50 cti up.
s for 15 cts per yd. 1 4 Large atsortment of Triming Silks,
i width, 50 CU per 75 ctt to 1 25 per yard.
Hour. -From I . m. W I p.. IhwUjn CrocaJe gift, frora $1 25 up
. line line luf lloosiery, all prices
pvt-ralls frtni 50 cU up.
fi?.rrWJ THE Best Assortment in the Cy of
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:Sfe?rf .BOOTS-Mi) SHOES!
A. B. 1
sorl BT IKS. I Ladies lviu r-ut ton .
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r.ror.n '-... - . - ... . .. .
Vmu t na Hum """--'- - Ladies Ualifornia can
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a ft ir i( 1 f ' T) . k..
Xrwrrii Pottk Tonnie w Ol.TB l.aiunrnm
V.,..u..UMT Nil. H. I .
.at from $2 up
;..T...... '.".. frora $1 25 up
.from 51 50 up
......from ?1 up
.1 50 worth SG
....$3 50 to S3
M-n'lVf Boot..- :.V...4 i worth ?6
Cleibin'c Cheaper ihaa any other House
K. V. O-ni BX. M.
linniUve iu eocb miintli.
F. CAUTHCBii, A. H., M..D.',
CrA.lut.ta of th Mli.i -pATlu er.t of f
Miiouri Stt I 'uivrHity, an J 'f Jef"
feraon MuJicl Collvje, fluU.
MLRpeciiil attention ifiveu to Surgery am!
ditewu of the liy.
Cottage Grove, Lane Co.; Or.
Cive me a ca'ilinni Save
Yourselves, MONE Y
SluceeMur to SHiXTtiS 4 V'1 j
..c tv. DrMirtol iiriifrrrioo. Jfi 1 vrriicip
iMim .i I IM Vvt il.mp to the Grnni V Unte
UK, UUHIM HIUrxl-IIN, street, Kubcuo.. ilwj 4 ,
... . . n I 1 U.... . f.
rhysician, surgeon ana nitouwicui
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
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TTI9 PIT Mf VKr. LUl AltU l.f
rl Kutren City. OSice in Umlerwooji'n
Brioic, U finer, ver Weill Fr)0 ft Co. i l-,x-ru
eiliM. Ki.lenc(, two blocki wwt an.l
nerth of Public School, in tin Killing-
. W. FATTERSON,
TTav. imt onened A (ill! li.' tjfreah
Drugs, Medicines S picals.
Also a fine M-ir -i.f '
Fancy am! ToileitUics.
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ALL KIJIDR Off ' .
Mixed Faints, tnd, Oil,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, WINDOW GLASS f PUTT
flee Ninth Street, opposite the St.
Charles Hotel, t eiaeiice,
KiiQKNK CITV OKKOON.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL
. .wr. rtMlfflW ..
i J n AN BK FOU SD Al U IS W t ltr or ra-
W J Vilie 'hen not protCAUunauy engaseu.
uai-t, , will alwavi h reaaohaljle
UIVH "- " 1
r.fn1 nllrnllen firm tot sirMD I 1're
tuuro7J Caroj oal never iTInp"
potaU. Vlio world's crcat PAin
XloZleTer for Man sad Etaat.
CUoap, quloi nad roHaUo.
OlSoe at the
. POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Reniileare on Eighth etreet, opposite Presby
rian Church. .
J ENVELItY ESTABLISH ENT.
J. S. LUCXEY,
DEALER IN JJ
I Clicks, Wacrtes, Chains", Jewelry, Ett.
Uepairing Promptly Executed
CtTAMWork Warranted. Jtl
V.ll v..rtb Co.' brick, Willatn. t utroet.
CRA1N BROS. Kciase FurnUJUpoifs Generally
Wells DrH rpuy
Cm spwm -,x-
Mucal instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watched, Clocks, ami Jewelry rnini and
..rnnt.H N..rthwet coraw of WUlamette
and Eighth strata.
War has zlrM in Europe!
i me unwrriisi luiniim iii
Ute of A. Mett ha. fill hi fiPil.a?,?n,tr furnish all M lr v
nVTOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEX THAT
11 the unleritfni niiumnu.1
that the firrt Monday in SUreh. 1SS1, ba b U t qimljty nfi
act for final Deanni nt"- . . .. . firet clah irroc-
r. A. ME. I 1, aciuiiuu""-
JOSITTAJ. V A LTOX, Attorney.
: 71 7. r-TriARS.I.A
Administrator's Notice. WAKB, woa
it rrstaonable r
, Gie me a cl'l
To au wii.ni ui., . Thankful I- 1'
..wrpT T TIERF.BY GlVJiX 1UA1 J1 miio I J
N the nnderAnea hae.thU day .been duly Gool. A,a,
Innninted adminintrator of the ertaie r. 0f cbarife.
Ti.frw deceaeed. by order ot tne VA)umj
inTrt.meUmeatmyrealeno,0ear 1 U. L.
iicE. Bridge in aaid county wulun t T.
Is not Narcotic. Clildrcu
grow fat upon, Mothc like,
and Physicians rccommonil
IJowcIs, euros V.'lni Colic,
allays Fcvcrl.sJincss,un(l de
XVEI DE IJETirt'3 CA
TAHitll Cure, a Caiittltutlonal
Antidote for thin tohiblo mala
dy, iy A-isorp-O.on Tho moat
Important Eisoovei y elnoo Vao
, elnatlon. Other rnmodiea may
roHovo Catarrh, fiis euros At
any fctaQo before IConatunptioa
Shop on Willamette utreet, 2nd door north
ol Hardware store, cngene ny, ur.
w ill hereafter kei-p a complete tock of
LADIES', M ISSi.V
C!altra, Cloth and Kid,
KlipperN, white and black,
I'ren h Uid KlioeM.
ALEX AN DEH, JL 11. Jimtlce of the Peace
Duma Aoi:enerrtliict:ollice at Court llouw,
A I! RAMS, W. H. & URC-Phvuinir mill,
wwu, ir, unini mi ajouiiunf mnnuiactorv
L't .htk l K.ill ...
in our line furoihed on short notice and
BOOK STOItK-One door eouth of the Ator
, nouee. j iuiihocko! aesorteu box paihts
plain and faiiry.
I10YD k MILLER Mont Market-beef, veal,
mutton, porl and lard WUtoniette street
lwtwen Eighth and Ninth. '
CRAIX BKOA-lValer In Jewelry, Wat.h.
tt, i'locks and Musical Instruments-Willamette
street, between Seventh and Eolith.
CALI,ISO7, R. G. Dealer in irMceiiea, pro
vi.ions, country produce, canied gnmh, books,
sUtionery, oto., soutiiwest cirner Willainette
Slid Uth bl. , .
DOKlilS, GEO. B. Attorney nd Counsellor
at Law. Ollice ou Willumstte street. Lu
DORRIS. n. F. -Dealer In Stoves and Tin
i uetw ,trtf:t "'wen Seventh
DURANT, WM.-Ment Market beef, pork,
veal ai:d mutton conhUntlv on hand Kinth
street, otiwt-en l'enrl and HLh,
ELLSWORTH 4 CO.-Drul.ts and dealers
iuwtiiui, one, a uiuainette street, be
tweea Ei(hth and Ninth.
FRIEXDLY, S. H.-Dealer in dry poods,
clotlung and fc'encral merchandise Willam
ette street, between Eislith ami Ninth.
GUARD OFFICE-Xewspnper, book and Job
piuiuiujomco, corner illiuuetteaudSeveu-.h
GRANGE STORE-Dealers in penernl m.r
cramiM and jiroduce, comer Eichth and
GILL, J. P. I'hynlolan, Surjceon and Droir
. gist, l'OHtoirico, Willamette s ect, bstweeu
uvvviibu nun j-ijjiHIl,
HAYS, ROUT.-Wlnes. Li,-uors. and CI
Kirs oi ine uetie quality k pt conntnnvly on
bund. The best billiard table in town.
HENDRICKS, T. G.-Dealei in general mer-
ciuuiiiibo nort n west corner illuiuette and
II0DK3, C Keeps on hand fine wines, li,
u'jrs. cigars aim a nom hiwI li n rf ..!. .
Willamette atreet, Iwtweeu Eolith and
HORN, CIIAS. M.-Cunsmith. Rifles and
shot-Kims, breech and muzzle loi1im. f.
Kepairiiis done in the neatest style and war
rauted. Shop on !Hli street.
KINSEY, J. D. - Sash, blinds and door fao-
tory, window anit door frames, moulding.
i Bi"ug iiu giuw t-utiin aone to oruer,
eliibk'S, etc., Willamette street. Erst door
mini ui x oswimce.
LUCKEY, J. S. Watchmnker and Jowelcrj
Knepsa une skk-k oi gimu in iiu line, ilium-
eice street, in jiuwortirs Uruir store,
McCLAliEN, J A M ES -Choice, wines, Vnunrs,
andel;.;ars W illaniette Street, between Eijlith
MELLER, M. TircweryLager ler on tap
aim ny tue kej or uarrei, corner of N inth anil
Arm Sbol 0,7.
OSHirifX ft CO. Dealers in dms, medicines.
cueiiirais, oils, i.umtH, etc. ilUiuette st.,
oppof.ito S. Cliarlea HutoL
PATTlCRSOSr, A. S. -A fine stock of plain
and faucy vUitina cards.
PERKINS, II. C County Surveyor and Civil
Engineer, ltesi Jonce on Fifth s.reet.
PRESTON. WM. -Dealer in oaddh-rv, Uar-'
nes, Carnago Irluiinings, etc. Willamette
street between Seventh and Eighth.
F0ST OFFICEA new stock ef stnndar.1
school bonks Just received at the post ollice.
RUSK. BUN. Horseshoeing and general job-
uiii niiieMiiiiuii, jiijjiiui sireei, between v U
lami'tte and Olive.
REAM, J. H. Undertaker and lmilding con-
inicinr, mrner tt uiuiuette ana aeveutli
KOSENI'iLATT 4 CO. Dry goods, clothing,
groceries and general nvrchamlMe, southwest
corner uianiette and Uiglitu streets,
t. CHARLES HOTEL Chat-las Pa
ker, Proprietress. 'J'lie bent Ilnte in the
Corner Willnmette and Ninth streets,
SHIELDS, .1. C.-Physician and Eurgeon-
nortn sme Mntli street, first Uoor cast of St.
Charles Hotel. ...
STEVENS, MARK Dealer in tobacco, cl
gars, nuts, oumlies, shut, powder, notions,
etc, Willamette street.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES-A Urge and vnritd
assortment of slatpa of all sires, and quantities
of .dates and slato-books. Three doors noith
of the express ollice. . '
THOMPSON A BEAN-AttomeyH-at Law-
willamette street, between heventh and
WALTON, J. J. Attorney-at-Law. Oflice-
Willninette street, between Seventh and
WITTER, J. T. Buckskin drasslne. The
higliest price paid for deer skins, Eighth st,
UNDERWOOD, J. B.-General brokerage
nnunest aim agent for the Connecticut In
surance Company of Hartford Willamette
street, between Seventh and Eighth.
Last SaturJay evening' a terrible r
ciJont beMl a young tuau named Wal
ter Wattenmeyrr, of attic, ago J 19
yrars, which roaulw J in the loss of his
left arm, and came uear costing hiui
Lin life. The facts were about as fol
lowing: Walter has, ince a little loy,
bee:i very fond of hunting. He be
longed to tho Young Naturalist' Soci
ety of that city and with hiu gun Lai
secured many vnluahlo acquisitions to
tho store of curiosities now in possess
ion ofthat organization. About three
months ago he commenced work in tho
Seattle Iron Works, and made rapid
progress, being a natural mechanic.
Christmas being a holiday, he iu com
pany with two or three friends started
olf in a small boat ou a hunting expe
dition. On arriving at Smith's cove
a few milo below Seattle, they pulled
their boat upon the beach prcpar tory
to entering the woods iu quest tfgi no.
In removing his gun from the loat, by
the muzzle, the hammer of young Wat
tenmeycr's gun accidentally caught ou
ono of the seats causing the gun to go
off and discharging tho contents into his
left arm, shattering the member iu a
horriblo manner to tho elbow. Ho
was taken home by his comrades and
Dr L'agley called to dress the wound,
It was found necessary to amputate
the arm just below his shoulder. The
painful operation was skillfully per
formed and at last accounts the uufor
tunuto young man was doing well. For
a young man who had been accustomed
to handling fire arms all his life the
curelessness that resulted in tho loss of
his arm is inexcusable, but the penalty
he pays is certainly a severe punish
E BUILDNG AD
, and is iirepsred to
iiq a call with the
nsually kept In a
itjion store, such as
II or PRODUCE.
at I can do for you
I invite you te
kit of the citr free
saonths from the date hereof.
. , .ui. tub .November, 1WI.
OSCAR H. KEN Fit E W, Adminutrator.
Tiosrwoii ft Burn, AMomeys.
MENS & BOYS
FINS AND HEAVr
B"OTS & SHOES
And in fact everything in the BOOT and
SHOE line, to which I intend to dovote ro
Were manufactured to order,
And guaranteed as represented, and will be
sold for the lowest prices that a g'-od articlt
san be afforded. sji-.T-TWf A. lit ST.
Fruit Tress and Shrub
bery. PERSONS WISHING TO PrRCHAPE
Fruit Tn-essn-l Sl.ru!il . rv cr.n be mpplie.)
at XL'lfSEhY PRICf'S. in Eugene City, by
U avin2 their onl. r w i t h
J. II I). HENDERSON,
Agent for Waliisz Bms.
D au OGIST,
"V1TIEL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS i.
T all its hrauchea at the old stand, offering
lucmiaen inuueeiiieuui vo customers, olj sud
new. As heretofore, the most
Careful attention given to Prescriplons.
On the west side of Willamette Street, between
Eighth and Ninth.
Having just openel a new and nest Meal
Mrket, we are prepared to furnUh he best
Beef, Veal, Mutton, Iork, etc.,
To our customers, at the lowest market rates
The custom of the public is respect
M'ts dttvemd to ny rtrt ef the city fr
..f charge. McCORNAlK k RENHHAW.
Queer CLrlstmaj Pretenh
We havo heard of all sorts of Christ
mas presents but J. J. Murphy, of Sa
lem, conies t tho front and takes the
cake. Last night a young woman with
a bundle in her arms was seen to steal
into tho lot which surrounds his resi
dence, and ufter depositing the bundle,
quickly run away. Tho party who saw
tho transaction thought ho know the
ady, and, believing it to be a joke upon
J. J., who is a well-known wag, said
nothing about it. Tho next morning,
upon opening the front door, Mr.
Murphy found the bundle, and, taking
it into tho house, unrolled a baby
nearly a year old. To say that he was
not surprised does not half explain the
situation, and ho is at a loss to know
why it is ho is forced to become matron
of an orphan asylum, and that, without
saying even by your leavo, Christmas
presents of such a nature aro forced
upon him.. Salem Statesman.,
Dimocraile Recruits. .
The. Republican papers have been
saying that Forney, Butler and others
would now, sinco Gariield was elected
want to sneak back into the Republi
can party. Of the first they need give
themselves no concern. Forney is re
ported as saying:
"I mean to back up the Democratic
party in tho future. I shall at once
advise them to reorgauize"and meet the
Republicans at every step. The Dem
ocratic party is bound to obtain con
trol eventually, although I may not
live to see the thd day. I look down
from my window on th) people who ore
shouting themselves hoarse over Oar
field, and simply-pity them, for what
would their lives been worth in 18G3
but forthe man whom they aro decry
ing and whom they succeeded in defeat
ing" . . : )
Trank Hughes, a young man living
alout ono mile west of Albany, was
out gunning, a few days a,o, Ind
on a log the gun slipped and the Jlam
mer struck something with sufficient
force to explode the cap. The load was
discharged, tho contents ' entering his
left arm below tho elbow join making
a fearful ilesh wound. 'Drs,yl)avis and
Harris were called, and hao been la
boring so far with all their skill to
save 'the young man's arin, but on Mon
day morning he was mtich worse, and
it was doubted if amputation could be
avoided. These accidents, go numerous
and the result of sudi theer carelessness
have ceased almost, by reason of these
things, to excite common xympathy.
Tho river at Salem was IS feet above
low watermark on the 1st inst.
Deerskins Cud ready sulo in Jackson
ville at 35 and 45 cents per pound.
The highest tide that has visited As
toria for year's occured last Friday, the
31st of Deoember.
James Smith Los been bound over in
the sum of $5c0 for robbing a Chinese
hut near Ferrydale recently.
The stages on the Ajhland-Liukville
route have Weu hauled off. The ex
press business between the two points
It has been raining hard in Josephine
county, and tho miners have .plenty of
water aad are busily at work. A good
Roads in Jackson and Douglas coun
ties, are, by reason of tho receut rains,
very bad. Streams are swollen and
mails somewhat delayed.
The ladies of Salem very generally
received their friends ou New Years
day, adopting tho very convenient and
pleasant method of receiving jointly-
from four to six at ono residence. ;
, A bronr.e turkey was served at thi e
supper that followed tho Masonioin-
stallation in Jacksonville? ou the $5Ut -
of Decsuibt that weighed 28 rind
when killed and 22 poundi hei,
dressed.- . .;;
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Burglars attempted to" enter" tho
houses of W F Boothby and Ono. V.
Lawson, of Salem, ono night last .".
week, but were so clumsy in their move-
mauts as tc awaken tho inmates, who
compelled their hasty retreat.
Freddie, son of George Williams, of
Salem, nino years old, fell down stairs
a fow days ago, and striking square in
the face, knocked out or loosened all
of his front teeth, and otherwise in
jured himself severely.
Mr. Minnakcr, of Knappa, killed a
swan recently which measured eight
ivvn iium up it) up ox wtngs. ii weigiieci
probably not less than thirty pounds. , 7
He has killod hundred of ivni -VrTk "
. . mi
this was tho largest ono of them all in
Nearly every miner in Jackson and
Josephine counties has more or less
water available and all are making the
best of it Tho season opens quite fa
vorably, with pleasant weather prevail
ing all the while, and visions of gold
dust haunt the hopeful delver of tho
earth. , ' .
A cutting affray, in which Si Booth
and J. Lathrop figured, created some
excitement in Jacksonville last week.
The. row occurred in k a saoon, and a
pocket knife was the wjrlon used. The
wound was inflicWl f j Lathrop and
was about four inches' long across the;
left breast The culprit was promptly
arrested,and on examination bound over
to appear beforo the gruiid jury in tho
sum of $300. )
The trial of fvllins, the murderer,
who escaped from the Multnomah jail
and was recaptured, will take place at
the January teni of the Stato Circuit
Court Rollins, under the new law,
will testify in his own behalf, a privi
lege denied him at his first trial. Thia
will be t.Ve first ease of the kind that
has oeturred in Oregon. Of course the
jury will weigh his evidence for ' what
it is worth; still it may be of some as
sistance to him, as there were no direct '
witnesses to his assassination of Kelly
'yie vag," and the testimony hereto,
fore was principally confined to circum
stances. Mercu ry.
So far the loss of cattle and sheep t6
has been very light considering the , ).
quantity of snow' UiaV ' fallen tbis f 1 , f
Winter. We havo b prd of soum Jo ,
I sheep t f.'w, tlnsr.iid but I005
were cither suffocated b being cro dci " j '
togetWor were in &, tondilion ' " ' '
scabby, etc - One party 'ho shran-J ' '
la;i i all, lost all hfs: band. gentlo-
mun who ctkme io ou Jlondov '?roia the
easttrn portion of our c.Mi:rj .inforirie.l
us that he found no ch ai cattle ou ! tLo
rouJ, aud whs of tV opinion that tl,iy
weru doing ve!l The f J! of mmv hsu
not lii mor Ju.an bulf ;Ji -Tfat in the
eastern ntui jfonthenv pcHipn c our
cu:af a it .s bfvn ii; th he b-ir-
hood of ih-jPall -s.-rUi'W ''lamitAia-