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GENE -CITY GUARD.
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ESTABLISHED FOR THE DISSEMINATION OP DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES, A'D TO EARS AN nOXEST LIVING BT TD.E SWEAT OP Oil BROW.
Whole no. 780.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1882.
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
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Site (Sum City (Suarfl.
I. L. CAMPBELL,
Publisher and Proprietor.
fPICB On ths But side of WillametU
Btwt UtirB a ere ma iua jigufc.. Dweew.
BirflJ OF ADVERTISING
.tl.kii.m.uU iassttea as follows:
.antra. 10 lines or lu. one insertion (3
W ssbs.asent insertion L Cash required iu
TirTrUier wilrbe Augti at thefol
Vt. art tkrst month! 18 00
" six aunth.....
fr.iii.nt notice, in local column, 29 ceaU per
a. f.r sack wsertion.
Adsrtisisj bill, will be rendered quarterly.
All job work mint u paio tor ua iiM.ivr.m.
Vcrl..r.-Frtin I a. m. UJp.m.
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Mail arrives iron, -
. !. i.f,.a.liTHr half Mi hour .iter
. .7.1 ti.. letter. .hould be left at the office
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Moat it Masonic Hall the second and fourth
Friday, in Jt 8wA, M. W.
Khpatei Post, No. 40, O. A. 11-Meetj
M Ma.onio Hall, the first and tfc rJ I r.aay. of
taahmoith. By order, Cohm-mb
Oinii op Cnoafx miFsn.-Mwt the
jr.t and third Saturday tvemnw at Ma-onic
HalL By order of J. M. M.oas. (. C.
k t. ITKaUaM. AlBAST. l BItTEU, EUGENE.
STI1AI1Ai & II1LVEU,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
KUUEXE CITV. OKEOOS.
.-OEACTICB IN ALL THE COURTS OF
JT thw State. They Rive pec. J ettcntion
U ollocti.m. and probate matter.
Ofic.-Ot. V. F. t Co.'. Exprem affi'-e
iUG ESECITV. - - ORECON
. Trice formerly occupied by llipnpsou fc
CEO. M. KILLER,
Attarney ani Coan33lloat-Law, and
EUGENE CITY, - - - OREGON.
OFFICE Two door north of Tost Olli'-'e
Dr. Wm Osborne,
Officb Adjoining St Charles Hotel,
OR AT THE
itTW BHUO STORE OF HAYT.3 aad tUCSEY.
A. I. N ICKLIN, M. D,
Physician and Surgeon
EUGENE CITY, - - OREGON.
Offica ia Underwood's brick, over the Ex
frress office. J
OR. JOHN NICKLIN,
Pkjiician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
residence-Two doors south of m. e.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not professionally engaged.
Office at tha
POST OFFICE DPvUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Fresby
DR. E. G.CLARK,
: Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College.)
HAVING PURCH ASED THE DENTAL
office of Dr. L. M. Davw, 1 am prepared
do all kinia of work in my profession.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
REPAIRING OF WATCHES AND
CLOCKS executed with punctuality
and at a reasonable cost.
Willamette St., Eugene City, Oregon.
J. S. LUCXEY, ,q
DEALER IS xiwy -J
Clocks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
Bllwort!l k Co.'s brick WillametU street.
i!" . ... ..m We.lno. Wr. For Crawf
:?!? rvm. dreek an Brownsville .t 1 r.u.
B3T A GENERAL
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Jfose at
'Good Drp.ss Goods atl2c
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
SCHOOL HOUSES, w how mtui-i-st are
spend their profits ut luMue. Tal.c notice thut-
Will sell good, fur CASH at Rreatly reduced prices, aa low as any other CASH STORE.
Best Priuts lb and 18 yards $1 00
Best Brown and Eloached Muslins, f , 8, 9, and
Clarks and Brooks spool cotton 7.1 cts per Dor-
Plain nnd Milled Flmnels, 25, 35: 4j and 50
Wator Proo , cents
Fino White Shirts, 75 cts and SI,
Ant! all Other Coeds at Proportionate Rates.
Alto the Celebrated
WHITE SE Aa:STG MAOI-IIXE !
None better for strength, size, and durability), At greatly reduced rates.
0J"Tomy old Customers, who have stood by me so I mg, 1 will continue ti sell on same
t-nns as her? tofore on time, but if at any time they wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
all sni, as others, the full creuit on my reduction A. V. PETERS
Robinson & Church,
SIIELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
CcstSelettcd Stockln 0re?nD
K2TIGE TO SHEEP OWNERS.
1ITOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
XI oneep o
Sheep owners that they must dip their
as soon as .beared IF DISEASED. The
sheep as soon
law makes provisions that when the owner, nui
to do no, that the Insjiector .hall cause it to be
done at therein.
Sheer. Inspector f'r Lane Co, Or.
Watches d I
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, (locks, and Jewelry rimird and
-rranti Northwest corn-r of WiUaluetU
and Kit'hth irti-ts.
ililO ZtXJLtui. y. hmU AO.
tuewavu wr Ut Lmia Ux M Ili PXV. Ukk.
Of OLD GOODS
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
TJie finest stock of French
ever brought to this place-
BUILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
vuiir intureat I Aro iii'iumnciitlv located ami
Fine Cheviot Shirts. SO, 75 cts and $1.
New Assortment Dress Goods (No Trash) 15,
L'O and '2b cts.
Mens' Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, 60 ct
Mens' Overtdiirts, 75 cU and 1.
Mens' Overalls, 50, 65, 75 cts and 81.
Embroideries and Edgins at Fabulous Low
HAVE FOR sale
at the LOW ESI
( Culile (lain,
We invite an exam
lnatim of our good
confident that o
btock will suit th
LYNCH i PAGE,
la Dorris' Erick Bailding.
Groceries &nd Provisions,
Will keep on hand a general awortment of
(imoerles, Provisioua, Cured Meat,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candira,
Candles, Hoaiin, Notiims,
Green and Dried Knits,
Wood and Willow Ware,
Business will be conducted on a
Which meant that
Low Prices are Established
Goods deliwtd without charge to Edjm
ML KINDS OF PR0DUCE:YANTEC
Kir which w H1 pay th. highest market
BETTMAN O. Dry Bh1s. ch.thlng,
groceries mid K''henil nMTi'haiidise, southwest
corner Willamette and Eighth street.
BOOK STORK One door south of th. Astor
House. A full stock of assorted bin papers
plain and fancy.
CRAIN BROS.-lValer In Jewelry, Watch
es, Clock ami Musical Instrument - Wil
lauiette street. Utween Seventh mid Eighth.
CALLISON, R, C.-lValerln griM-eries, pro.
visions, iMiintry produce, canned pmds.lHMiks,
ttationcry, eta, muthwest corner Willamette
and Mh Sis.
DORUIS, B. F. -Dealer In Stove, and Tin
ware - Willamette street, between Seventh
FRIENDLY, S. H.-Dealer In dry poods,
clothing and general merchandise - Willam
ette street, between Eighth nnd Ninth,
GILL, J. P. Physician, Surgeon and Drug
gist, Postotliee, Willainetto I reet, between
rieveuui niui r.iLiuil.
IIKNDHICKS, T. (!.-l)eal. i In general mer
chandise northwest corner Willamette und
HODICS, ('. Keeps on hand fine wines, lii
uors, cigars and a pool and billiard table:
Willamette street, betweeu Eighth and
HORN, C1TAS. M. -Gunsmith. Rifles and
shot-gun, breech nnd muzzle lovders, for snie
Repairing done in the neatest style nnd war
ranted. Shop on tth street.
LYNCH, A -Groceries, provisions, fruits, veg
etable, etc., Willamette, street, first door
south ot l oMottice.
LUC KEY, J. S. -Watchmaker nnd Jewelers
keeps a hue stock of goods in Ins line, ilium
ettu street, iu Ellsworth's drug store.
McCLAREN, J A MES - f loh-e, wines, Honors,
and cigars -Wlllamctt street, between Eighth
nun 1 nun.
OSBURN CO.-Dealers in dntgi, medicines.
chemicals, oils, paints, etc Willamette st.,
opposite rt. I l.nrli-8 Hotel.
PATTERSON A. S.-A fine stock of plain
ami laney visiting carits.
PRESTON. WM.-Di-alerin Paddlerv. Har
ness, ( arriago i rimming, etc. illuimtto
street, between Seventh and hightli.
POST OFFICE -A new stock of standard
school bimks just received at the post ollice.
RENSH.VW WM. -Wines, Liquors, and Ci
gars ol the best nihility kept constantly on
hand. The best billiard tabic in town.
REAM, J. R, Undertaker and building con
tractor, corner illuuiette and Seventh
ST CHARLES HOTL'L C'harlas En-
ker, prietress. The best Hote in the
ity. n cr Willamette and Ninth streets
SCHOOL SUPPLIKS-A large and varied
assortment of slates of nil sizes, and quantities
of .dates and slate books. Three doors um th
of the express ollice.
WALTON, J. J. Attornoy-at-Lnw. Oilier
WillamettB street, between Seventh ami
always Curos ami novor dlsnp
points. Xlio world's croat Pain
Reliever for Una nn:l Boast.
Cheap, quick and reliablo.
Is not Narcotic. Children
grow fat Upon, Mothers like,
und Physician recommend
CASTOKLV. It rejjulateu tho
IIowcIh, cun's AVlnd Colic,
allays .Veverinhiiess, und de
WEI SE METER'S CA
TARRH Cnre, a Constitutional
Antidote for this terrlblo mala
dy, ly Adsorption. The most
Important Discovery since Vao
elnution. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh, tlis cures at
lay stage hefore Consamption
SYIUPTOWS OF A
Loss of Appetite, Bowels eost've. Fain In
the Head, with, a dull tintion In the
back part. Pain under tho Bhoulder
blade, fullness after eatinp, with a disin
clination to exertion cf body orwxind,
lrritabilit? of temper. Low spirits, wltn
a feeling of bavins neglcct-'d some duty,
weahoess, Diizme-s, ilutterinn at the
Heart, DoU before the eyes, Yellow Bkin,
Headacbe generally ever tbi right eve,
Uesuessne.s, w.tl 1-tXal (U no, highly
colored Urine, and
TTTTVS f ILLVnre e.prriallj' adapted t
sarh enw, on dose rflrrta urh a chsuge
of (mlinfr . to o.Uinish the .nrTerer.
Th-r InrrraM tkr Appllle,"il ruise the
lysiy lo Th on t'lm.. iioui sysinn I.
nsnrli'ird. n1 ny i'-ir Tonte rtUm en Hi.
Illtmli. thmn, fctisf Sioiili are P"
Cwx& 1T1C ii iwiU, U Jlurruy t-. H. T.
run's m bve.
OaAV F.iaoa Wnnrriw rh.mr1 loaOi 'MT
Hi ack ly aliirl'apiiM-a(innf 1" I'V- lion
p.ri. a niori O'ior. ' is Jr.::uii:Lin-'.ii.''. -1 ' t
by UruKcsts. or o-'rit by e.r-. oa fiv,, I f il.
mrt, as nriiRAT ht Kr.w tokx.
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Tim following is a couiploto list ot all
tho tills passed by tho loot session of
tho Legislature-, which Imvf hren sign
cil ly tho llovcrnor ami Wcoino a law:
S II G An act tor tho protsction of
Cull and gnnio.
S 11 27 An act to ropral sections
20, 21, 22, 23 ond 2i of an act entitled
an act to provido for the support and
government of tho University of Oro
S 1 51 Amendatory of tho incor
porate act of tho city of Kugene;
S 15 24 An act to establish a paid
firo department for tho city of Port
land. S 11 2.") Amendatory of the incor-
porato act of tho town of Ashland,
IS 11 7 1 n act to incorporate tho
town of lluena Vista, Toll: county.
S 11 S2 Au act to provide for tho
time and places of holding the circuit
courts in tho first judicial district.
S It 3 An act to regulato and
license public shows.
S 11 13 An act to authorize the
superintendent of tho penitentiary to
mako contracts for covict lahor.
S1111G An act to authorixo the
Governor to contract for keeping the
insane and idiotic.
S 11 125 An act to provide for tho
ordinary expenses of tho State govern
ment, and general and specific- appro
priations. S U 27 An act providing for taxing
private prosecutors with costs and dis
bursements of criminal actions when
found to be malicious or without pro
8 1! -11 An act to emend Bcclion 2
of an act entitled an act to incorporate
Dulles City, ami to repeal au act en
titled an act to incorporate Dalles City,
approved October 24, 1868, and aluo an
act entitled au act to amend an act to
incorporate Dalles City, approved Oct.
S 11 42 An act entitled an act to
regulate, the salaries of County Judges
in tho State of Oregon.
S 1) CO. An net for tho Bupport of
tho ISliito Agricultural College,
8 II 95. An act making provisions
for the incorporation of cemetery awo-
S 1) 5. An act to doflnn tho terms
of "land" ond "real property" for tho
purpose of taxation, ami to provide
whero tho sumo shall be assessed and
H 11 7. An act granting right of
way to tho Oregon Short Lino railroad
through tho public luiidsof the State.
S D 18. An act to amond section
45 of chapter 7, title 3 of tho miscella
neous laws laws.
S 15 19. An act to empower the
Governor to grant pardons in certain
8 11 23. An act changing the timo
of tho meeting of tho State Legistature
to tho second Monday iu January.
S II 29. An act to regulate the sal
aries of County Judges.
S 1' 110. An act to legalir.o certain
acts of tho State '1 reosurer.
S 1! 39. Au act to provide lot the
establishment of Statu Normal Schools.
S IS 87. An act to amend the char-
tor of the city of Portland.
S II. 100. An act to incorporate
the town of McMiunvillo in Yamhill
S II 101. An act to amend the
creating a board of Land and Lock
S 11 103. An act to redistrict the
State into judicial districts.
S 15 105. An act to create tho coun
ty of Klamath.
S 15 115. An act to authorize the
removal of the dead in tha comet ry at
McMinuville Yamhill county.
S II 121. An act to protect laborers
in logging camps.
H 15 1. An act to provide for pilot
age on the Columbia and Willamette
( It 4. An act amendiim section 8,
chapter 8 of the general laws of Ore
II I! 14. An act to amend section
1121, title 0, chapter 15 of code of
11 15 10. Ar net amendatory of the
j general law regulating tint f of. cer
j tain county ulnar.
H 15 17. An act to amend sections'
37 and 54, titlo 4, of an act to estab
lish a uniform course of pu'blio instruct
ion; 11 15 21. An act to amend sections
40,41 and 42, title 2, chapter SO, of
tho miscellaneous laws of Oregon.
II 13 20. An act to incorporate the'
the city of Jefferson in Marion county.
1 1 15 55. An act to amend section1
878, titlo 3, chapter 11, of the code f
II 15 PC Ah act to amend sections'
574; 577 and 578, titlo 1; chapter 7, of
the code of civil proceed u re.
II 15 C5. An act to create the
county of Crdok, and" fixed the salaries
of County J udge and Treasurer.
II I1CS. An act to prevent swine
from running at large.
II 15 108. An net to amend section
2?, till 3, copter 4, of the iniscella-'
neoiis laws of Oregon.
II 15 125. Amendatory of an act to
provide for the clearing ot certain
streams iu Washington county frofff
II 13 130. Ah act lb' Incorporate
the city of Newport iu Benton county,
II 15 134. An act to punish tres
passers. II 15 135. An act to organize school
districts in incorporated towns of 10,
000 inhabitants, and to provide fof
the maintenance of public schools t he t6
H 15 1C0. An Ret to pf event: toe de
posit of otfal in Wallowa lake and its
II 13 51. An act to amend the crim
inal code, relating to embezzlement by
H P) 121. An act to define' the
boundaries' between Coo and Douglas'
II 13 232. An act amendatery df
the incorporate lav of Baker City.
II B 133. An act amendatory of
an act to provide for the construction'
of the insane asylum and levying I Ut
II 15 148. An act to amond section i
of chapter 1, of section 4 of the mis'
II 13 150. Ah act (o amend the
city laws of East Portland.
II B 165, An act changing th be-'
ginning and ending of the fiscal year.
II B 16G. An act for the protection1
of tho Mongolian pheasants sent front
China by Consul penny.
II B 4. An act providing for th
government of the Oregon State In
II B 57. Ah act to amend section
638 and 639, of title 3, of chapter 7, 61
the code of civil proceedure.
II B 104. An act to irifc'orporatk'
tho city of Philomath.
II B 118. An act to aid in the sup
port of the Stato University;
II B 126. An aot to amettd an act
entitled an act to incorporate the town1
of Independence, in the county of Pol It
and State of Oregon, approved Oct;
If B 20. Amendatory of the incor
poration of the town of Sheridan, Yarri
II B 2 4. An act to appropriate)
money to furnish the Oregon State In-
II B 62. An act to repeal section
34, article 6 of the incorporate act of
East Portland, and to revise tha juris
diction of the county court in the mat
ter of roads and highways within tha
8 B 44. An act to provide fof the
election of precinct assessors, to afcolish
the ollice of county assessor and change
the methods of making assessments;
and II B 44 An act to regulate the
manner of taking insurance and the
amount to be paid on policies in certain
cases, were both vetoed by the Govern
or. II B 10. An act to regulate the
marking of domestic animals on the
ear; and S B 123 An act granting
right of way to two or more railroads
through the same canyon or defile;
were disapproved for the reason that
they contained no enacting clause;
Eliza Pinkston, the fairy god-moth
er of the grand olJ party, was arrested
with a lot of other lamp black and
c6(Te colortd thieves', while "looting1' ,
houses in Canton, Miss ( and now lan
guishes in a dungeon. She was likely
trying to raise the funds to pay a tre
per cent, assessment'