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ESTABLISHED FDR THE DISSEMIU.TIO.I OF DES0CRAT1C MIXCIFLES, AXD TO EARN AN DON EST LIVING BT THE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
WHOLE NO. 77fi-
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER G, 1882.
$2.50 per year IN AOVANCC
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lit (Sugfitf CTity Guard.
1. L. CAMPBELL,
PubUslur and Proprietor.
OFFICE On the East side of Willamette
Street between oeventn and aitfutn street.
00 B ONLY
HA.TB9 OF ADVKItTISINQ.
i J..rtiimenU Inserted ui follow.!
On qre, 10 line or 1, one insertion S3;
ch subsequent insertion $L Cub required in
T?imeedvrtiser will be charged it the fol
One muar three months ?tt 00
" " wx men the . 8 00
' " nneyear..... ..12 00
' Transient notice, iu local colnmu, 20 cenU ier
' for eaea insertion.
Advertising- bills will be reidered quarterly,
All ob work must be PAID ro QM IiKLIVKRY,
Hear. -From J a. m. to J p. m. Similar
'il.il arrive. fromTh outl nl leave cuing north
7. . m Arrives from the mirth and learn join
. i ji . m. For Sioi.law. franklin and Lonir
tJm elom at - on Wednesday. or Crawford
'ji.T.r.-.v KHrl nrnwnsville at t r.u.
il'ttor. iill be ready for delivery half an hour after
..rivalef train, lr. .hould be left .t the office
....ourbefer. maiup. "JAmM0J p K
Ka II. A. F. and A. M.
Meet ttrrt and third Welneaday In each
tmm Brrr Bom T-odo No. 9 I. O.
jfo 70. If. Meet, every Tuesday evening.
ShSU Wiwhai.a EctMmt No. ,
aaetsea the 14 and Un Wednesday In each month.
Booms Lonos, No. 15, A. 0. U. W.
Meet t Masonio Hall the iccond and fourth
Friday, in each .otb,j jLSLoA!(iM Wi
Kiipatrick Pot, No. 40, OA. n.-Meta
: Ma.mil Hall, the tirat and third r nday of
" . . a ('..iiuivnCD
OnnKa ov Chosen FRiESUs.-Mjeta the
first and third Saturday evening a iiasonic
Hall. By order of J. M. Suus. 1. C,
R. a, RTKAHAN, ALBANY. U BII.YEU, KL'GENK.
KTUAUAM & UILYEU,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
eVgexk city, oheoox.
PBACTICE IX ALL THE COUNTS OF
this State. They nive iecial attention
to collection and prolnite matter.
OmcK-Ovcr W. V. & Co. . Expres offi-e
Geo. S. Vashburne,
EUGENE CITY, - - - OKKliON
. . . a
Office formerly occupied by liiompsoiis
GEO. M. MILLER,
Attoniej and CcunsslloMt-Law, and
Real Mute A$cnt.
EUGENE CITY, - - - OREGON.
OFFICE Two door north of Fort Olfice.
Justice of the Peace & Notary Public.
OFFICE AT STOIIE. CORNEIt WIL
lamette Mid Seventh StretB.
I'dank dee.:, wid inoi t.j.ii;eH kept on land.
Euxene City July 4, 1S.S2.
A. L N ICXUH, BL D,
' Physician and Surgeon.
EUGENE CITY, - - OREGON.
Office in Underwood' brick, over the Ex
fires office. J 14 11
DR, JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur,
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
RESIDENCE Two door outh of M. E.
church. ' ,
JOSEPH T. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE orre.
idence when not professionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Reeidenc on Eighth .treet, oppo-ite Pwaby
rian Church. ,
DR. E. G. CLARK,
Graduate of the PhiladelphiaDent.il College.)
HAVING PURCHASED THE DEXTAL
4iffioe of Dr. L. L DavU, 1 ra prepared
to do all kind of work in my profeasion.
D. T. Pritchard,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
-REPAIRING OF WATCHES AND
XV CLOCKS executed with punetuahty
and at a reasonable coat.
Willamette St., Eugene City, Oregon.
J. S. IUCXEY,
Clocks, Waches, Chains, Jewelry, Etc,
Uepairing Promptly Executed.
3-AlIWrli Warranted. JM
J. S. LLLir. i, i
Elhworth k Co. ' brick WUlamrtU itreeU 1
I. B. MM 'S
A GENERAL Jg
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
12 1-2 cts.
Good Dress Goods at 12c
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
Liberal Discount for
PATRONIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T
SCHOOli HOUSES, whose interest are
lend their profit at home Take notice that
Will eU goods for CASH at greatly reduced prices, a low as any other CASH STORE.
Best Prints lb and 18 yards ?1 00
Best Brown and Bleached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
Chirks and Brooks spool cotton 75 ct per Dot
Plain and Milled Flmnels, 25, 3.": 4.1 and 50
Watar Froo , cent
Fino White Shirts, 75 eta and 81.
And all other Coods at Proportionate Rates.
Also the Celebrated
WHITK SK A7IN"G MACHINE !
vn hatter tnr st.rnmrtli. sim. snd Hiimliilitv). At ereatlv reduced rates.
CaT To my old Customers, who have stood by
t rm a heretofore on time, hut it at any time tney wisn w make vaoii purcnases, i win pvt
all sm, ai others, tin full credit on my reduction A. V. PETERS
Robinson & Church,
SIIELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
II AVE TUB
Best Selected Stock In Ore?"!.
NOTICE TO SHEEP OWNERS.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
i Sheep owuer. tbat they must dip their
sheep a mn a .heared IF DISEASED. The
law make, provisions that when the owner fail
to do t, that the Inspector shall cause it to be
done at their expense. D c
Sheep Inspector for l.an Co, Or.
Wltchri d i
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. N'irthwna coni-r of Willamette
and f'.ivhth strata.
A Al-t.k A u
K tlnwvll 1. -mfmut
IdOTtUlH Bnraq ( 10 Snir KL khw 4 ' tTTl 'J4
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
Hie finest stock of French
ever brought to this place-
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descriptions.
IlL'ILU YOUll iiltiuuiia, nvAim alsv
your interest 1 Are permanently located and
Fine Cheviot Shirt. DO, 75 cU and (L
New Assortment Droits Goods (No Trash) 13,
20 and 25 cts.
Mens' Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, CO ct
Mens' Overshirt, 75 cts. and SI. .
Mens' Overalls, 60, C5, 75 cU and tl. "
Embroideries and Edgini at Fabulous Low
me so 1 mg, I will continue to sell on same
HAVE FOR a!e
at the LOWEST
Cable Ch ains
Fishing Tackle. ..
We invite an exam
ination of our good
confident that o
stock will suit th
LYNCH & PAGE,
In Dorrls' Brick Building.
Groceries auJ Provisions.
Will keep on hand a general aaaortment of
Groceries, Provision, , Cured Meats,
Tobacco, Cigars, Camliea,
Candle., SoaiM, Notion.
Green and Dried Fruits,
Wood and Willow Ware.
Buaine will be conducted on a
Which mean that
Low Prices are Established
Good, dflirtrtd without (barge to Bojtr
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE-WANTED
Fir which w will pay th lighwt market
price. LYNCH PAGE .
UKTTMAN, G. Dry Rood, clotlmiR,
grocerit and general merchandise, touthwe.t
corner lllamctte ami higlitu itreet.
BOOK STORE One door oiith of th Aitor
House. A full tock of assorted box pajier
yima aim laney,
CRAIN BU03.-IVal..r in Jewelry, Vateh
, Clock and Musical Instrument Wll.
lamette ttreet. between Seventh and Eighth.
CALLISON, R. O. Dealer in KTocene. uro
vision, country produce, canned gols, biHiki,
itatinnery, etc., outhwe.t corner Willamette
EOURIS. B. F.-Dealor In Stove, and Tin
ware W illaluetU itreet, between Seventh
FRIENDLY. 8. K.-Dealer in dry good.,
clothing and general merchandise Willani'
tt itreet, between higlith and Ninth.
GILL, J. r. Plivsiemn. Sunreon and Initf
gisi, roewinee, uiaiiieue reel, belweeu
seventh anil bivlitlu
HEXDKICKS, T. G. Dealei in general mer
rhamliae nnrthweat corner illamette and
HODES, C Keep on hand fine wines, llq
nor, cigar ami a pool and billiard table
Willamette street, between Eighth aiu
HORN, CHAS. M. Gunsmith. Rifle ar.J
ahot-gtina, breech and nuir.lo loier, for uie
Repairing done in the neutest style and war
ranted, shop on litn itreet.
LYNCH. A. Groeeriei. provisions. fnilU. veir.
etablei, etc., lllunii tte street, tint door
south of i oatomce.
LUCKEY, J. 8. Watchmaker and Jeweler;
keep a tins .tuck of goods in In line, illam
ette street, in Ellsworth' drug .tore.
MoCLAREX. J A MRS - Choice, wine,llimor,
and cigar -Willamette street, between Eighth
and N inth.
OSBURN & CO. Dealer in drmrs, medicine.
chemicals, oils, paints, etc, Willamette at,
opposite a. tliarle Hotel.
PA1TERS0X, A. S.-A fine stock of plain
and fancy visiting cam.
PRESTON, WM.-Dealer in Saddlery, Har
ness, l nrnago 1 rimming", etc. illamette
street, between Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICE A new stock of standard
ehixil books Just received at the post office.
REXSHAW. WM.-Wiues, Liquors, and Ci-
;ars of the best quality kept constantly on
land. The best billiard table in town.
REAM, J. R. Undertaker and building con
tractor, mrner W llluuiette and Seventh
ST CHARLES HOTEL - Charla Pa-
ker, o prietress. Hie best llote in the
ity. or ner Willamette aud Ninth atreeta
SCHOOL SUPPLIKS-A large and varied
assortment of slates nf nil sizes, and quantities
of slate and slate-books. Three door north
of the einress office.
WALTON, J. J. Attorney at-Law. Office
Willamette street, between hevenut and
3otber lilio and Physician
IT 13 HOT NARCOTIC.
llio "World's prreat Paln-Ke-licvliiffromedlcs.
Rootlio and cure Burns,
Wounds, Weak Back and
KlicuinutlNin upon Man, and
Sprains, Galls and Lameness
jspon Boasts. Cheap, quick
w 'Ly y-WZ'i'f ' ' w.'t;,t.' ''f: 1
SPURTS of lcntin(r Blnon.,
SnuQe. Craokliuz Pain la tlio
Head, Fetid Erooth, Coafnen,
and any Catarrhal Complaint,
enn be exterminated by Wei Co
Meyer' Catarrh Caro, a Consti
tutional Antidote, by Absorp
tion. The moit Important Di"
covory linoe Vaccination.
liot of A ppctito, Ii)W:s ccit vn. 1 r.in n
the Head, w t.i a r:H aau" -t.n l'i tbo
buck put, 1-f.t' I'H ier trto tihonlnrr
blade. fmU,03.in.'? 6ilinp, vi'.'a n tlism
tlniHtion to exui'tion f botiy or nind,
lrntabil.tv oi tosrp' r. Low p nt. wltu
afociinu of bavir-n n-'plct A fomertuty.
Weariness, i-iz ;i llutien.-. nt tr.a
Heart, DoUboloie the tives. VcJu bktn,
Headache genem'ly rvcr i i,:tit eye,
Besties.oess, with tU'iii Cl lud, tugiii
oukired Urius, aud I
1 t'J T'S ULLanre e'eialljr adapted te
ii-h ease. onedoso eirct such n change
of ferllns n to iUnlh Hie sufTi-rer.
Thev InrrniM Hip Aillte.r.U -au In
(Kly Ul Tnkt on Finn. Urn In P' lm I
nanrlhd. sii'l hf ll-T Tonte rllM on Hie
lilarutrr Oraana. lUrculrr Wnol. .n- jirj
tiuxiL IT.ee H cfuw. iiirriir "
TOTT'S lm BVE,
OaiV Hio WnfrrF ehsnrM l"nr.-r
Ui.M- l.r asliilii.li'-"nil II i I'V. li mi
wt. anaiaialoiier, a-t I'l-lftnlsneM-siv. t i.l
if IHTICKIKLS. or k'lll t-y M'.'" 'r '! H tl.
.rrn r, m ri nittv mt sew ysitu.
t I. 11 m IiM il . v.w iiM .-i
lUmUftl will to M M rl.i
p it w
Wo publish tho following corns
pondence bctwwa lloua 0. I). Dorris,
T. G. lrfnaricl( 11 U Unjn md R
M. Veatch and tho deserter and rene
gade, Long, It plainly shows that he
was not willing to voice the will of his
constituents, and is owned body and
soul by Mitchell:
Salem, Or., Sept. 23, 1882.
Hok. John Loxo, House of Repre
You aud ourselves were elocted to
the Legislature upon the Democratic
ticket. It was impliedly understood
and expected of each of us, that, if
elected, we would support for the office
of Senator of the 'United States, a
Democrat, and nono other. Hence,
your action of to-day, in voting for the
Republican nominee, (Hon. John II
Mitchell) should bo a complete surprise,
and wholly unexpected to us. And in
order that we may tarry out the will of
our constituents, and not betray the
important trust committed to us, we
hare concluded that it was our duty to
those who elocted us, to address this
communication to you before the Sena
tor of the United States is chosen, and
inquire of you if there is any Demo
in the Stnte of Oregon, that you will
support instead of Mr. Mitchell, If
so, rtigtiify the same to us, by writing
his namo at the bottom of this com.
munication, and return tho same to us,
or either of uk, and we will endeavor
to have the name placed before tho As
sembly, for tho support of all true
We are sir, very respectfully,
(JEonaK B. Donnis,
T. 0. HsNimicK.",
If II. Hayes,
It. M. Veatch.
Salem, Or., Sept. 26, 1882.
Hons: Geo. U. Dorris, T. O. Hen
dricks, It 15. Ilaycs and It, M.
Gentlemen: -Your communication
of the 23d inst., is at hand. I Am
pleased with your solicitude with re
gard to myself. I believe it would
hare been my duty to have continued
to vote for a Democrat for U. 8. Sena
tor, had th sir been any prospect tor
success. And it tne namo oi lion.
John Whiteakor, I F. Mather, J. W.
Ncsmith, L F. Lane, Den Hay den or
any other good and true Democrat
were in nomination, with any pnwpect
of election, he would have received my
hearty, persistent support,'. In fact I
did support Hon. P. P. Prim, presented
by our party, until it was clearly evi
dent that noither he nor any other
Democratic could bo elected. But gen
tlemen bo as.su r red I will not vote for
a hybrid. If a Republican is to be
elected let us have tho best one,' and
that man is Hon. John II. Mitchell,
(low She Brought Him lo Time.
They had been engnged for fifteen
years, and she was now, as it were, in
the here and yellow leaf.
"Darling," sho said in her gentlest
accents, "our betrothal has beon very
sweet, has it not?"
"It has, it has, indeed, my own."
"But it has been very long; don't
you think!" she asked.
"Yes; it has been pretty middlin'
long," he rejoined.
'I was thinking, dearest," she con
tinued, "that our betrothal is nearly old
enough, now, to go out and work for
its living. Couldn't we have it learn a
trade, or put it out at interest, or do
something with it, so that we might
realize on it? It has been about home
so long, burning gas aud coal, and now
it is nearly full-grown. It, seems like
a shame to have it loafing around any
"But, my love "
"And just think," she interrupted,
"in six years it will have a vote. I
don't rare so much about it myself, but
pa and ma and the rest of them are
kicking like a steer. What would you
"I am sure I don't know, my pet,"
he replied, helplessly. "What do you
"We might get married."
"That's so; I never thought of that
They are going to be marrivd next
SuW-ribe for the Guard.
Wood is selling at $8 per cord In Pen
The tax levy of Curry county is 29
mills on the dollar. The tax for coun
ty purposes alone is 16 mills.
Samuel Tucker sold hii farm of 160
acres in the upper John Day valley,
last Wednesday, for $3000.
There are more Vmng women among
the itudcnds of Pacifio University
than at'any previous year in its history.
George Hulery of McMinnville is
under bonds of $100 to answer before
the grand jury to the charge of keeping
a gambling house.
Dudley Woreham, of Beaver creek(
Clackanfoa county, raised 350 bushel
of wheat on 7 acres, not quite 40
bushels to the acre.
Oregon presbytery of the Cumbef
land Presbyterian Church will hold ita
regular session at Woodburn, Marion
county, commencing Thursday Oct. 28.
About 60,000 cans of salmon have
been put up this season at the cannery
of Reed & Co., below Gardiner, and the
work still goes on at the rate 160 cases
The total value of taxable property
of Curry county, as returned by the w
sessor is $312,764; number of polls In
the county, 174; indebtedness of the
The amount of grain stored In the
several warehouses of Cor vail it is about
215,000, of which J. A. Cauthorn re
ceived 125,000, T. J. Blair 60,000, and
De Clark k Samuels 80,000.
Assessor Crandall, of Washington
county furnishes the following report
of that county's wealth: Gross valua
tion, $3,528,163; indebtedness, $887,
705; exemption, $284,710; total tax.
able property, $2,355,750.
The barn on Joe Brown'e farm, about
half way between Sheridan and Wil
lamina, was burned last Wednesday,
Perry Morgan had the place rented
and lost his hay, wheat, oats, hack,
harness and marly of his farming
utensils; loss all told about $1500.
East Oregonian: At the last session
of tho Circuit Court for Union county,
judgment was rendered against the
Blue Mountain Consolidated Road Co.,
and in favor of F. A Foster, for the
sum of $39,330, upon which execution
has bocn issued to the sheriff Martin cf
Mr. Scott, who lives on the old Bur
don farm, near Grande Ronde, Yam
hill county, thought that last Friday,
while it was dry, hot and breezy, he
would burn his straw and stubble,
Well, he succeeded, and burned also a
mile of fence, a good orchard and A
part of Frank Hussey's fence.
Plaindealer; The general govern
ruent has sent a surveying party to
make a coast survey of Winchester
Bay, the mouth of the Umpqua and
vicinity. They are now actively en
gaged in the business of surveying and
they claim that it will take them about
throe years to complete the entire sur
vey. Up to the close of last week 8. 01
Rogers, of South Coos river, had tnis
year made and marketed 380 cheese,
averaging about 22 pounds each. Be
fore the season closes he expects to add
to the number 125 more. He realize!
14 cents per pound, and finds a ready
market on the bay and at San Fran
cisco for all he can furnish.
The Newberg Agricultural Society
will hold a fair at that place on the
10th of October. The object is the
promotion of agricultural interest! and
the fair is free to all The exhibit
will consist of lire stock, poultry, farm
and garden products, relics, flowers, 1
dairy products, bread, cake, design,
fancy needle work, eta, for all of which
appropriate committees have been ap
pointed. Chos. Smith has sold a one-third in
terest in the Monumental, Alta and
Poorman ledges on Elk creek, to Win.
Thurburn and A D. Sloan, for
$3000. The Monumental was former
ly known as the Cabell, and the Alta
as the old National ledge. Thurburn,
Sloan Ji Smith have bonght the Ek.
creek quartxmill and water-right from
Phil. Metsclian and J. H. Blake, pay
ing $3000 therefor.