rr TV 1 ESTABLISHED FOR TOE DISSEMATIOS OP DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES. AND TO EARS 11 HONEST LIVING BT THE SWEAT OP OCR BROW WHOLE NO. 733. EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1881. $2.50 per year IN ADVANCE:,',' T GENE I i 711- jx " I i'i 'x-"r-lTiiwl iTMlTiiflt i" , " -i ll 'i l !.. - urn.' n is) ,'nsl. i , : , . i .&.--Crn .1 S&e Cugw City Guard. t I CAMPBELL. J, R. IAMPDK1.L. CAMPBELL BROS., Publisliers and Proprietors, OFFICK-On the East side of Willamette Street between Be vent n ana i.igutn Bireeu. OUB ONLt UATK3 OP ADVEKTISINO, Advertisements Inserted as follow.! One souare. 10 line or leu. one inwrtion $3 such subsequent iiuertion $1. Cash required in advanee. Time advertisers will be charged t the ful Awinir rate : One square three month ?8 00 aix month. 8 00 " . " one year 12 00 Transient notice in local column, 20 oente er ine for each innertnm. Advertiaiug bill will be rendered quarterly. Ail job work must be paid run oil nrxivsnr, POSTOFFICE. Iffloe Bonn -Prom 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Sunday. ua J:J0to8:J0p. m. u.ii ..vivM from the south anl leave. ruin north 10 a. m. Arrive, from the aurth and leave, gome r Ith at l:3 p. m. rormawitw. rnniuntan i"Dff tim. etwee at 4,-sl. oo weilnfllav. ror urawiora. -in. rumnnXtk and Rrown.Tille at t r.M. Letter, will bereadr for delivery half an hour after It.'riral of trains. Uttera.hould be left it tlx otilt . ae nonr oeiore man. ' A. 8. PATTERSON P. M. SOCIETIES, mia tiDna Ko tl. A. P. and A. af Meet, ant and third Weloeadar. in each month. Pntxrm Bonn lonnr No. 9 I. O, -ifc-S; WimwiiAU EwixrxsiiT No. 8. eweta on the id and 4th Wednemley. in each month. Eoum Ioixii, No. 13. A. O. U. W. Meeu at Masonic Hall the second and fourth Fridays in each niontu. J. M. Sloas, M. W. DR. JOHN NICKLIN, Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur. (Formerly of Yaiubill'Couuty.) RESIDENCEi-Upstalrs, over Chas. 'Horn's gunsmith snop. A. TV. PATTERSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ofllce on Nlutli Street, oppoalte the St. Cbarle Hotel, and at Itealdenre, KJGKXK CITY OBKSON. DR. JOSEPH P. GILL, CA.N BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res idence when not pmfod.iou.iUy engaged. Oiiioe at the POST OFFICE DRUG STORE. Residence on Eighth street, opposite. Presby terian Church. JEWKLRY ESTABLISHMENT. J. S. IUCKEY. DEALER IN . Clocks, VVacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc, Ttepairing Promptly Executed. fcS-All Work Warranted. Jf J.S. LUCKKV, KUa irth ft Co.'s brink Willamette street A. LYNCH. J AS. PAGE. LYNCH & PAGE, In Borris' Brick Building. DEALERS IX Groceries ""d Provisions, Will keep on hand a general assortment of Groceries Provision., Cured Meats, Tolwcoo, Cigars, Candies, Candles, Soaps, Notions. (Jreen and Dried Fruits, Wood and Willow Ware. Crockery, Etc. ' Business wiU be conducted on a CASH BASIS. Whicn mean that Low Prices are Established Goods dtlirered without charge to Bnyri ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE VVANTEC which .01 W ELLSWORTH & CO., DRUG GIST , WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS in ail its branches at the old tand, offering increased inducements to customers, old and new. As heretofore, the most Careful attention given to Prescripts. -JHOCERI KS-I.ball keep oa a fullof GROCERIES & PROVISION'S And invite the tendon of honsekeepers. T. a. HENDRICSK $8$. week fa riMlr owi tova.Tnni . tSoatfit (m. XdilivmRlLLLUcn k Co Vxt Bill , 4 I. B. Gives notice that of Goods at reduced prices for cash. Call and his Stock. HEAD QUARTERS Eugene Hide fel'iirBepot For the present T. G. HENDRICKS. I am now buying all the FURS. HIDES offered at the best An eh T hnne to see and customers before selling their Pelts. New Departure ! ! TWO FBICZIS I CASH AXD PATRONIZE THE J1KN WHO Bf.Lr i SCHOOL HOUSES, whose interests are Hiend their profita at home. Take notice that- A V. WiU sell goods for CASH at greatly reduced prices, as low as any other CASH STORE, Best Printa lb and 18 yards tl 00 Best Brown and Bleached Mualins, 7, 8, 9, and lOcts. Clarki and Brooks spool eotton 75 et per Dos. Plain and MiUed Funnels, 25, J! 44 and 50 eta. Water Proo ; .eecU Pine White Shirta. 75 cts and IL Arrd all Other Coods at Abo the Celebrated . WTTITK SE VING MACHINE I Vnne bettor for strength, slie, and durability), At greatly redtwH rta feaT To my old Cuatomers, who have stood by me aft )ng, I will continue to nil en same Snna aa hereUifore on tim, but if at any time they wish U make CASH purchaaea, I will give aTr" the fuU.cmlit my redaction A. V. PHTKHS Bargains W rIB ! ! BUM he offers his stock Examine City I can be found at AND TALLOW, market price, in allmv old friends D. HYMAN. 0:FaL3E.3LXX ibuilu iulu nniuuca, wmubabii your interests I Ars uermauently located and PETERS, Fine Cheviot Shirts. , 75 cU and tl New Aasortment Dreas Goods(No Truh) 15, 20 and 25 eta, ileus' Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, 50 et Mens' Overshirta, 75 eta. and fl. Mens Overalls, 60, 65, 76 eta and L Embroideries and EJgins at Falailnv.. Low Prices. Proportionate Rates. KUOKNK CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ALEXANDER, J. B. Justice of the Peaos South Eugene precinct; ollice at Court House. ADRAMS, W. H. & BUO.-Planing mill, aih, door, blind and moulding manufactory, Eighth street, east of mUl race. Everything in our line furnished oa short notice and reasonable terms. BOOK STORE One door south of the Artor House. A full stock of aaaorted box aper plain and fancy. CHAIN BR08.-IVler In Jewelry, Watch es, Clocks and Musical Iiistnimeiita-Wib lam.tte street, between Seventh and Eighth. CALLISON, R. G.-Dcaler In srocenes, pro viiioni.oountrjf pmluce, canned goods, Ixwks, atatlonery, etc., soutliwest oorner Willamette and 9th Sta. DORRIS, GEO. B.-Attomey and Couniellor at Law. Office on Willamette street. Eu gene City. DORRIS, R.T.-Dealor in Rtovee and Tin ware-Willamette street, between Seventh and Eighth. ELLSWORTH ft CO. -PniggUU and dealers in paints, oils, eta Willamette street, be tween Eighth and Ninth. FRIENDLY, 8. H. -Dealer In dry goods, clothing and general nien-handlaa-WiUani-ette street, between Eighth and Ninth. GUARD OFFICK-Newiir. book and lob pnntingoftlce, corner Willauiette andSeventh treeta, I GILL, J. P. -Phynlolan, Surgeon and Drug Kiat, PimtotliiK, Willamette root, between OQTDULU Mltl J'.IIIVII. HAYS, ROBT.-Winrs, Liquors, and Ci Rars of the beet quality kept ooustantly ou liaml. The best billiard table In town. HENPKICKR, T. G.-Dealei In general mer chandiae northwest corner Willamette and Ninth street. HODKS, C Keeps on hand fine wines, liq uors, oigan and a pool and billiard table: Willamette street, between Eighth and Ninth. HORN, CHAS. M.-Gunmith.- Riflea and ahot'guns, breech and niimlo lordera, for saie. liepairing done in the neatest style and war ranted. Shop on 1Hh street, LYNCH, A. -Groceries, proviidons, fruits, veg- eisDies, em, vuiamette street, hint door eoum oi fostoiuce. LUCKEY. J. a -Watchmaker and Jeweler keeps a fine stork of .goods in his line, Willam ette street, in UawortH s drug store. McCLAREN, JAMES - Choice, wlnes.llminrs, anil cigars -Willamette street, between Eighth 11U 1. IUUI. oaiirrnw a nn i ,i.. ..ni chemicals, oils, paints, etc. Willamette st, upiJOHiie a. t'liane. xiuiei. PATTERSON', A. S.-A fine stock of plain nna lancy vuuing oarua. -i PRESTON, vM. -Dealer in Saddlery, .Har ness, Cam age 1 rlmmings, etc. WiUa Uamette street between Seventh and Eighth, POST OFFICE -A new stock of standard school boogs just received at the post otlloe. REAM, J. K. Undertaker and building oon- tractor, mrner Willamette and .beventu streets. ROSENBLATT ft CO.-Dry goo.ls. clothliiK. ffrocenes and general merchnndiNe, southwest oorner Willamette and .LigUtu streets, ST. CHARLES HOTEL Charlas Bv ker. Prourietress. The beat Ilote in the city. Corner Willamette and Ninth streets SCHOOL 8UPPLIES-A large and varied assortment of slates of allsites.and quantities of slates anil smte bnoks. I lirce uoors north of the express office. THOMPSON ft BEAN-Attonievs at Law- WillametU street, between Seventh and Kii'lith VAN HOUTEN, B. C. -Agent for Wells, rareoitos. H.xpress; insurance enecton in the most responsible companies at satufao tory rates. WALTON, J. J.-Attornoy at-Law. Office- Willamette street, between Seventh and Kii-lith. am.ii.-rMBri.nii. Children o. ron Fitcaci'i Oastoia. Motnara lib svnd Physic Lui. rcoommond it, IT IS NOT NARCOTIC. CENTAUR LINIMENTS; the World's great Paln-Rc-licving remedies. Thcylieol, rtootho aud cure Burns, "Wounds, AVenk Itack and IZIicuinatlHin upon Man, and SprauiH. GuIIm and Lameness upon Beasts. Cheap, quick and reliable. SPURT3 of dUsn.tlnir Mnon., SnttCw. Cracklinz Fain, la til Head, Fetid Breath, Deafne.., auid any Catarrhal Complaint, eai he axtamaiaatad by Wai Da Meyer's Cntarrh Cora, Conati tntlonal Antidot, by Absorp tion The) most Important Dia" covery ainoa Vaeoioation. P UEHEB4L HIEHrll ANDISK fa T.G. HENDRICKS. EWMKK OF IIATK-Th bet iargeet ever bronght ti Kngene.at FKIENDLVH. AX JUAN LIM B fur aale by n T. d. IIKNDRTCKS. WEEK. Illadef at hoaMaaeilr sia.l.Cia(1r mi im. aniiui(i,AiiiM.faa Ml 0) w7 llll v Judge Ecliaj'i Pint Retailer. Judge Kelnajr, says the Jacksonville Sentinel, of Corvallis, gets off the fol lowing good thing on himself, and iu morul may be pondered by all legal fledgling with profit Asking th status of a cane in Southern Oregon, in which ho had been engaged, hq was informed that two local attorneys were now conducting it "Ah, ah," re plied the judge with a twinklo in his eye, "that reminds rue, it you please, of uiy flint rctaindor." . "How so," wo ventured to enquire. "Well," le plied the old jurist, "I had just gradu ated from a Kentucky law school with tino honors head of my class, sir, crnniiuedaud boiling over 'with legal lore HKilntg, sir, for a gladutoriul struggle, so to speak if you please in the fonienio arena. "Just then," Kulsay continued. "a murder was committed in my county a must atrocious crime; the murderer prominent and weulthy and at once employed two of tho ahltwt law yers in Kentucky to defend hjtm Think of my surprise, sir, when I was called on and my services retained for the defense by tho deposit of fifty dol lars, I was proud, sir, justly proud, but unable to satisfy myself whether the retainer was to secure my valuablo assistance for the accused or to provent it being obtained by the prrsecution Time went on, blows were given and parried by the senior consul without consulting me and I kept wondering what very important part I was to per form and the more I thought of it the more mysterious did my position be come. At last a change of vonue was obtained aid the leading consul Col came to me and asked me to take a walk. That, sir, was the proudest 'moment of of my life; we walked on without a word, but my heart was swollen up like a big water melon, if you please, and I "had a vision of a grand scene where I hnd just finished a brilliant peroration that extinguished the State's attorney and melted the jury to tears. I had just imagined myself carried in triumph out of the court houso by tho friends of the dis charged prisoner, when we approached an out house. Taking me behind it, the able consul looked steulthily around to see that no one would hear our im portant secrets. 'Mr. Knlsay,' he said said in a grave tone, .'we hart a very bad, a desperate case, an almost hope less and the 'time has. arrived when you are expected to perform a most important service for which you have liecn retained.' How my heart flut tered, sir, as the great secret was to be revealed to ma' The secret .that, if you please, was to rank mo with Marshal and Corwin and Clay and other djstin- guished advocates. Looking around again the counsel drew nearer and con tinued in a stage whisper, 'a bad, very bad case, Mr. Kclsay; but if the worst comes to tho worst you are retained to watch your opportunity and steal the indictmcntl' "Great God," continued the judge flushing up with tho mem ory of his estimated value and expected service. "You can imagine, sir, the effect of this shock on an honorable young man.'' Did you steal it?" we meekly inquired. "No sir," replied the judge. I spurned the proposition in dignantly and withdrew from the case, but I adhered to the very highest and most importand legal principle known to the profowion I kept the retainer!" The first piece of gofd found in Cali fornia weighed SO cents and the sec ond $5. Since the time one nugget worth 1 1.1,000, two $21,000, one 810,000, two $8,000, ono G,500, feur 5,000. twelve from 2,000 to $1,000 and 18 from l.OOO to $2,000 have been found and recorded in the history of the 8tte. The two first referred to were exchanged for bread, and all trace of them was lost The finder of one of the 8,000 pieces became insane the following day. ' J, Belknap, a citiien of Bunton county since 1848, died on the 1 Oth, aged 90 year. His wife, to whom he wa married in' 1811, died less than four yetrs aga He had beeu a mem ber of the M. E. church for 68 years, and lived to sea his desaendantii of the fourth generation. He "passed away without anjr apparent affliction. II the DtM. ' A writer thus describes an piunt den in Walla Walla: Of all the dark passages 'on earth,' t or in earth, this is certainly the worst . No light except that emitting from the ; little lamps iu the sida caves as we1 , pass along, that are used to burn the -opium and light the pipes, . . Not i one solitary breath p( air exempt , tliat which comes to us loaded down with opium and tobaoco. There, on -the right hand side hi a little "bunk" constructed of rouch material, covered v with only a rough blanket, and on that ' lies a man, a young man, and one r whom tho good people of the eity i would least suspect of being them, iu . . a halt dreamy condition, aud. In In mouth the horrible pipe, while the i fumes of opium were around and aliout ' so thick they could almost bo out with a knifa Ou another bunk similar to this ono just described lies a young ... wonmu, whom tho diug baa put in sound slumber. Nor is this all, bunk after bunk is to be seen, everyone of them filled, some by peoplo whose lives are worse than lost, and others by those whose shame has not yet come to tho surface. It is a fearful place thero under ground where, you hear nothing but curses com- ' ing from from (he lips of those who . cannot get their pipes, filled fust enough, and the only wonder is that the whole thing is not raided by offi cers of the law and every opium-smo-kor and den keeper made to pay a' heavy penalty. The fact that in civilized Walla " Walla, dens ' of this character, Where only dobauchory and shamo are taught and permitted to flourish is something' that we cannot account fur. .. Butler, en Human lite. . . . . General Butler is quoted as saying1 ' the following apropos of Guiteau, who' shot President GarfioUl, and Sergeant Mason, who attempted to shoot Guit eau; 1 would like to oiler a word or two upon the crime of Sergeant Mason as to which some eYcvedingly loose and dangerous comment mot my , eye int .. some of tho newspapers. I look upon , the guilt of Mason, if he is sanp, as ex actly equal to Guiteau, if he la sane. , In our government the life of each iny . dividual is as sacred as tho lifo of any other, and is as valuablo in tho eye of tho law.There Ib no moro hanging to ba done for the killing of ono man than any other. Guiteau contemplated taking ing the lifd of (Garfield for days; that made it wilful murder. Mason con' ' tomplated for days taking tho life of (' Guiteau;' that made his act,' in intent wilful murder also. Guiteau shot . an , t unarnied man who was not prepared to defend himself and took tho risk in ad- . dition to tho legal punishment, of be- .' ins torn to pieces by' a mob. Mason shot an unarmed man who could not ' defend himself but took uo such risks as Gutieau, Ho was, iu iutont, the. most dastardly murderer. Both men undertook to execute what they be- ' lievedjnight bo a popular judgment ' upon each victim, and. both bad the . same motivo dosire of notoriety. : i, STATU NEWS. -- The Odd Fellows Lodge of Cornelius has been moved to Gaston. - The fix tures wtre takon up on the cars last week in charge of H70. Raymond. , . Col T J. Long of Kentucky hat -been engaged as grand lecturer of the Good Templars of Gregon for six ; months, and will lecture in Hillsboro on Thursday, Dec, 8th. . i , . Mocliunics are busily engaged at the Dalles car shops in the manufacture ef ' a snow plow to be used during the coming winter. ? ...' ' Owing to the nnroofing of the Un'."' ion county court house by the late gale ' at Union, court was held in the " M-. E. church at that place last week. - - The Malheur reservation is o6wiij. charge of Capt Hedges, an old citizen of -Clackamas county, and Charles , Rich-' ardsonh Muj. Rinnlmrt being in the , Willamette valley for the winter.- During the Rebellion the Chosfawg"' joined tho Confederates, ho permit ted two ChocUW deli-gutes to sit in Congress.' . ."4 -J a ' . . . .. ''!"