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ESTABLISHED FOR TI1E DISSESISATIOS OF DEMRAT1C PRINCIPLES, AND TO EARN AN IMESTLIVINC BY THE SWEAT OF OUR BROW.
WHOLE NO. 781.
fJEUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1882.
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
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t GuflfM City Guard.
I. L. CAMPBELL,
publisher and Proprietor.
fPfCS-Ua the Ent side of Wilamtt(
, OB a ONLT
..a. THIS OF" XDVICKTISINQ
i ....-klianeiitt inerted as follows:
10 line, or lt. one insertion $3
,oi l5t Bertiun $1. Cash required in
airaaee. ... , , . . ... , ,
0tt ,.jare three months
" iix month..
aue ear li w
rrlsl.Bt aotices in local column, 20 cnU per
far each insertion.
i..rtiiinf bills will be rendered quarterly,
All lob work must be f Alii FOR OK liEUVKHV.
-(Jr. User. -Pn " Sunday.
'"Jail arrives from the south an leare. eolnir north
Arrive, from the north .nil learee coin
7.1 eles at I - o We.ln l.r. For Crawford
Vw in . m. roroiuisiaw, rmii
ilium Twill be rea lf for delivery half .n hoar after
il If tniiM. 1-etter. abouU be left .t the office
w.twM 1 Anna Ha 11. A. T. aal A. M
Meets rat a third Welaesdars U each
grCHoxa Bott Inni tfe- I. O.
f5?'?t ft. r. Meeteery Tueday ening.
vrmwnAt. Excammhoit No. O,
" . . i ... ur.i..Uii.s. in mmrn munuii
the io ana tin 11 wj.iv.--j -
9uIn Lodge, No. 15, A. O. U. W -,ts
it Masonic Hall the second and fourth
Fridays in each month.
J. M. Sloan. M. W.
CiLf atrick Tom. No. 40. O. A. K-T.Meet",
at Masonie Hall, the first and third Friday, of
Ia.k mouth. By order. CouHA.xnKH.
Otnss of CnosM FaiESi.-Met the
r.t and third Saturday evening at Masonic
Hall. By order of J.Jtl. ril-QAS. G U
j, ITRAHAH. ALBANT. I" BH.TKC. ICQKSE.
&TUAUA.N & HILYBU,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
lit'GKXK CITY. OHEGO.V.
PBACTICE IN ALL THE COUHT3 OF
this State. They t-'ive npeeial atWntion
te tAlloctiont ami probate matter.
OrriCR-Ovcr W. V. k Co.' Exprcw olBre
Ceo. S. Vashburne,
UUaHNli CITY, - - - OREfiON
OfTicc formerly occupied by Thompson &
geo. ri killer;
Attorney ani Counsolbr-at-Law, and
Heal Estate A cut.
"EUGKXE CITY, - - - OREGOX.
OKFICU-Two door north of Tost Office.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
Office Adjoining St Charles Hotel,
OR AT T11C
hzv Dana store or hates nf lticset.
A. I. N lOKLIil, M. D.,
Vhysician and Surgeon.
EUGENE CITY, - - OREGON.
0!Bc la Underwood1 brick, over the Ex
OR. JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Sursan and Accoucheur.
, ' (Formerly of Yamhill County.)
RESIDRXCE-Two doors south of M. E.
DR. JOSEPH F. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not professionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Itesidence on Eighth street, opposite Tresby
DR. E. G. CLARK,
Graduate o.' the Philadelphia Dental College.)
nllice of Dr.
TTll'TYll nimpw idHTl THE ' . 1 Al.
XI nlfice of Dr. L. i. Davis, 1 am prepared
to da all kind of work in my profession.
D. T. Pritchard,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
REPAIRING OF WATCHES AND
CLOCKS executed, with punctuality
nd at a reasonable cost
Willamette St., Eugene City, Oregon,
J. S. LUCXEt,
.r r-f 4
Clocks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc. ,
Ronalnnop PmmntU Execute!.
Q-All W.rk W.rraote.. JPJ
J.S. LUCKM .
r.ls n.rth ft Co.'i brick ii ame;w
I B. MM
IW A GENERAL
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrcns Hose at
12 1-2 ds.
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
-37 WO IP2I3:C23S I
3ATIJOXIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T
.SCHOOL HOUSES, whose interests aro
ipend their proliU at home. Take notice that-
Will sell goods for CASH at greatly reduced prices, ft low as any other CASH STORE.
Best Prints lb and 18 yards Jl 00
Rest Brown and Bljached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
Clarks and Brooks spool cotton 7Ii cts per Dox.
Plain and Milled Flrnnels, 25, 3oi 4.". and 60
Wutsr Troo , cents
Fino White Shirts, 75 cts and SI,
And a!l Other Coeds at
Also the Celebrated
AVHIT15 SK atikg AOHINE !
Vone better for strength, size, and durability), At greatly reduced rates.
eiTToinV old Customer, who have stood by me so 1 mg, I will continue to sell on same
Drms as heretofore ou tiiu. but if at any time they wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
til am .11 nLiliTH. the full credit on my reduction A. V. 1 Ivl t.U
nobln3on & Church,
SHELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
Cesl Selected Stock In Orchis
NOTICE TO SHEEP OWHERS.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
to do so,
i- . .," . .i.. i.-,.ii.f . is cause it k uc
mai hi. .i"iv..
Joae at their expense,
ft TV COATS.
Sheep Inspector for 1-ane Co, Or.
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Wttrh(Hli cineka. and Jewelry
and Eighth strata.
j - jjjjg PApEft PlX?. jK.
uti aM i , .
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
The finest stock of French
ever brought to this place-
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descrivtions.
.BUILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
your interests ! Are permanently located anil
Fina Cheviot Shirts. 60, 75 cts and $1.
Now Assortment Dres Goods (Xo Trash) 15,
20 and 25 cts.
Mens' Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, 50 ct
Mens' Overshirts, "5 ct. and SI.
Mens' Overalls, 50, 05, 75 cts and 81.
Embroideries and Edgins at Fabulous Low
HAVE FOU sale
at the LOWEST
. NAILS, HOPE
( al le ( l.uit.k
We invite an exam
(nation of our good
confident that o
8TIKK will suit til
In Dorri3' Brick Building.
Groceries & Provisions,
Will keep on hand a general assortment of
Grocerk-i, Provisions, Cured Meats,
1 ol lacco, t igars, L and lea.
Candles, Soa, Notioua,
Green and Dried Fruits,
Wood and Willow Ware.
Business wiU be conducted on a
Which means that
Low Prices are Established
Coodt deliwtd vitboot tharjt to Bnyn
KINOS OF PFODUCE"WANTLC
which we will pay the lnbat market
BF.TTMAX. G. Dr? soodf. clothing
(,Tocvrie and Kenrral nwrvhandine, aniithweat
inrncr mameiu ami tiK'litn atrwu.
BOOK STOUE-One d.vr nmth of the Ator
KouKV. A full atock of ajcturted box aH'ni
plain ami lanry.
CUAIN BltOS.-I)eal.T in .Tewelrv. Wat..
en, f'locka and Mimical Iiintrmnrnt -Wii-
lamette etreet. lietween Seventh and hi'hth.
CALLISON, K. G. IValer In irriK-eries. iiro
viniona, country produce, canned Kl".bi(ka,
tationen-, etc, aouthwe.t corner W'illiiinette
DOUK1S. 15. F.-T)ealer in Stovei and Tin
ware Willamette atreet, between Seventh
and r.iKiitn. ,
FKIEXDLY, R. H.-IValer In dry pood.,
clothing and peneral meri'lianilix) Willam-
rtU .tntet, between hiL'hth and Ninth.
GILL, J. r.-Hiyaicwn, Suiyeon and Ini(r-
Kit, l'oKtollioe, illamette I rect, between
.Seventh an.l IMirhlh.
HKXPKICKS. T. 0.-laloi In ueneral mer
cliiinilie northwest comer Willamette and
1IOI1KS, C Keep on hand fine winrn, l'i)
nora, cr and a pnid and billiard table;
Willamette itrvet, between Lihth and
1IOKX, CIIA3. M.-GtinKmith. lliflea ar.J
ahotKiina. breeeh ami muzzle lordera, for aaie
liepairiii); done in the iieatent style and war
ranted. Muip on vth street.
LYNCH. A. -GriHi-ries, provisions, fruita. veir-
etables, etc., Willuini'ltu street, first door
south of 1 otollu.
LTTCKEY, J. S. Watchmaker and Jeweler;
keep a tine stock of ooi in his line, ilium
ette street, in Kllswortli's drug store.
McC'LAKEX, J A M KS - Choice, winea.lbmors,
anilci'.,Trs W'illauiette street, lietween Eighth
ami ? in th.
OSIllMtX CO.-ncalers In drm,m, medicines.
cheiuicitlH, oils, paints, etc. W illamette st,
opposite X ( luirii's 1 Intel
PA ITKUSOX, A. S.-A line stock of plain
anil fancy visiting carls.
ritESTOX. WM.-IValer In Saddlery. Har
ness, I arna'o 1 riiiiminK. etc. illamette
street, between neventli anil J-.iy li tli.
POST OFFICE A new stock of standard
school books just received at the post ollice.
KEXSIIAW, WM. Wines, Liqunrn, and Ci
f urs of the liest iiunlity kept ciuisUntly on
land. The best billiard table in town.
REAM, J. It. Undertaker and Imlldinx con
tractor, corner W illamette anil neventh
ST CH KLES HOTEL -Charlas Ba
ker, nrietress. 1 he best llota ill the
ity- ner Willamette and Ninth street i
SCHOOL SUITLIES-A lare and varied
assortment of slates of all sizes, ami quantities
of .dates and slate-hooks. Three doors ninth
of the exores otlice.
WALTON, J. J . Attorney-nt-Law. Oflice-
Willamette street, between. Peventli anil
Kotior3 Lie and Ttyslclana
IT 13 HOT IlARCOTi:.
Uio World's Brent Puln-Kc-licvhis
rt nicdics. Thoy lionl,
fiuullio und euro Iturna,
Wounds, Wettk Hack and
KlieumiitlMii upon Kan, and
Sprains, Calls und Lameness
j! pon Iioa.sts. Cheap, quick
SPURTr. of l.ruatinf5 ISncne,
Snudoa. Crackljis Pains In do
Iload, Fetid Erooth, EooTnoes,
cud any Catarrhal Compliint,
cm bo exterminated, b? WeiEa
Xloyer'a Catarrh Cm j, u Cousti"
tntlonal Antidot, i Atsorp
tioa . The moat Important Dla
oovery slnoo Vaooinatlon.
Loas of A ppetito. Bowel eost'te. Pain In
Ihe Head. witH dul aens Hon in the
back part. Pain under the i Bbouider
blade, fullneae aftw eatinff, with a dlsln.
cboation to erertloa ct body or n ini.
Irrilebilitr of tampT. ,Low "P'rita, wittt
afoelinjof having neglect-d soma duty.
Heart. Dou before the erea. Yellow Bkm.
Hoadaoba cenora'lyover b riglit eye,
BesiicasDesa, with tfi'J il ma, llighly
colored Unne, and
anrh rniwa, one do. nrc. .urb rhauj
of feillna; aa to aatonUh the aufrerer.
Ther Inrrraaa. Appelll."' h'
bortr lo r..a on ln. t. U av.im lj
no.rk.HKl. and or tr.-irTnnl Artie on the
r"rr.llT. Onr-nV. UrsuJ..r are P"
TU1TS MM BYE.
Oa.T Hf on tTmrM rh.ne1 to . s OuT
JiLr bT a.ii.'api",',",,,,M "T?- "J ','
nm a Dlnral dor. a. t. Ir.nlue..... e-'M
1 l)rur..u. or tut Ly ex on rt.Ml iA H.
omt r.M hi rbat t, cw top?i.
i g a, ti rra Bin a - .
P m if
b 11 f
Diptlirriii is raging Scio.
Astoria wants a flouring mill.
Det r aro plunty in Baker county.
Hail storms are frequent at Uma
Stage fare from I'oise to Tbo Dulles
Spring calvrs soil for $8 per lieal in
llowdmrg clascs licr saloons for busi
ness on Sundays.
Empty houses are curiosities in the
town of Pendleton.
Ship huilding is progressing better
than ever at Coos liny.
Tim Stato Temperance Alliance
meets at Albany in February.
Grant county has potatoes enough to
fued Ireland fur three years.
Roads over tho Coast Range moun
tains are traveled very little now.
Tho annual lumber product of Ore
gon is estimated at 250,000,000 feet.
Over 700,000 pounds of bacon were
put up in Grand Rondo valley lust sea
son. Tho Illue Ribbon club of Albany, is
receiving largo additions to its mem
bership. The hop crop of Tolk county brings
uexrly as much money as the wheat
op of this year.
Roscburg has not lost any of its lifa
. . t
on account ot me extension oi tne
Oregon t California railroad.
(i us Anderson fell into a barrel of
hot water at a Seattle larrel factory,
last Wednesday and was scalded to
A Rosnburg negro whipped his sweet
heart in a quarrel about twenty-five
cents last week. I lo showed, her no
Tim Indians of Klamath county are
hyas sulix now. They aro afraid they
will have to pay taxes just tin) same as
The Mrthodinl pneiionngo at 1 1 ilia-
lioro has been sold to a Mr. George
Lash, for $000. A new parsonago will
be built at once.
J. P. Bums has sold his ranch and
cattle, in Hartley valloy to Wm, B.
Todhnnter. The pries paid was $35,-
000. Pretty good stake for a young
The East Oregoniun thinks fivo cents
a day ought to supply a man with food.
It will, if the beer b'aloon keoper
doesn't keep a sharp watch over his
Tho Albany Democrat says that J.
II. Maine brought to thut ollice Tues
lay a maple leaf that would mako
eastern people open their eyes. It is
19 inches wide by 15 inches long, and
29 inches from lip of leaf to end of
stem, being about ten times the sizo of
the maphi leaf that grows along the
As A. 8. Bennett, the present Judge
of tho Fifth district, is a resident of
Wasco, a new judgo must I appointed
for tho Sixth. It is rumored thut B.
Whitten, of The Dalles , has been im
ported fur the, purposo of being judge,
and the Eaui, Oregoniun proceeds to de
dire war, cluimijig it an insult to the
Oar nf that district
The Narrisliurg Disseminator says.
We learn that Mrs. Kistner, mother of
Wm. Kistner, with whom she is living,
in this precinct, has attained tin un
usual ago of one hundred and three
years, and is lively and chipjier as can
be. Her futlier wns one of the revolu
tionary soldiers, and hu remembers
many incidents of that war, ami has a
vivid fotuenihranca of the war of 1812.
Cunyonvilln was in a ferment of tx-
citenitiiit during lust Jjuturday, Sunday
and Monday over a kidnapping alhiir.
The particulars are .about as follows:
A man named Brown had a wife. Slip
had a baby and it was a boy. She bo
camo tired of Brown or Brown tired of
her, and they parted. A divorco was
obtained and the boy given to th
father. The mother then married
Jones. Jones had lots of money and
the woman, mother-like, wanted the
boy. She got Jones inter ted and he
helped her spirit him away, after which
they sped for California. Happy moth
er. Disgusted Brown. Poor Jones.
CrtmalioD A Vivid Contrail '
By means of the modern and scien
tific method of cremation, the human
body within an hour can be reduced to
a few pounds of white and odorless
ashes. Thers is nothing in the opera
tion that can shock the feelings of tho
most sensitive, and the process, when
thoroughly examined and understood,
will bu found its own best advocate.
"I have stood," says an eye-witness,
"Wfore the threshold of the crematory
with a faltering heart I have
trembled at the thought of using fire
beside the form of one whom I had
loved. But when, in obedience to his
dying request, I saw the door of the
cinerator taken down, its rosy light
shown forth, and his peaceful form, en
robed in white, laid there at rest amid
a loveliness that wai simply fascinating
to the eye, and without a glimpse of
flames or lire or coals or smoke, I said,
and Ray so still, this method, beyond all
methods I have seen, is thi most pleas
ing to tho senses, the most charming to
tho imagination, and tho most grateful
to the memory.
Oppositon to incinoration spring
chiefly from ignr ranee of the manner
in which it is carried on; and to re
move al) misapprehension, it cannot be
too distinctly stated that the body nev
er rests in flames, while during the en
tire process thero is no fire or smoke or
odor or noise to grieve in any manner
the licreaved. Even the trestle on
which the dead glide into the retort dor
not become healed prior to tho body In
The active and consuming agent ia
simply air, raised to a white heat a
temperature equivalent to 2000 Fahr;
and this, cooled temporarily by the ia-
rushing current on the opening of the
retort, causes the interior to assume
beautiful, vibrating and ruddy tints,
One. who has lately witnessed it boa
" t a we turned away from the incin
erator where we had left the body of
our friend, it was pleasant to think tl
him still resting in iu rosy light, sur
rounded and enveloped by what seemed
to us floods of purity."
When all is over nothing remain!
but a few fragments of calcined hones
and delicate white ashes, perfectly -
white, and odorless. In all candor, is
not this a more fitting destiny for the
cast off body than that it should re
main for years " a mass of loathsome
and death bearing putrefaction t"
North American Review.
Wanting to keep the readers of the
Guakd thoroughly posted on all sub
jects to thair advantage it is recom
mended to begin at once the sale of
private "uliootinjj irons." Tho last
Legislature passed the fallowing which
will become tho law ol the land after
Feb 1st 1883, viz:
A bill for an act to prevent persona
from carrying concealed weapons, and
to provide for the punishment of the
same. Be it enacted by tho Legisla
tive Assembly of the State of Oregon:
Section. 1. It shall be unlawful
for any person to carry concealed about
his person in any manner whatever
any revolver, pistol or other firearm,
or any knife (other than an ordinary
porket knifo,) r any dirk or dagger,
slungshnt or metal knuckles, or any
instrument by the uno of which injury
could be ft III ic ted upon the person or
proH'rty of any other person.
Slo. 2. Any person violating any
of the. provisions of section 1 of thia
act shall be dee mod guilty of a misde
meanor, 'and, upon conviction thereof,
shall le punished by a fine of not ks.1
than fifty dollars, nor mora than two
hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in
the county jail not less than twenty
five days nor more than one hundred
days, or by both fine or imprisonment,
in tho discretion of the court.
Sec. 3. Nothing in this act shall be
constructed to apply to any sheriff, con
stable, police or other peace officer,
whose duty it is to serve process or
i make arrests.
Hue. 4. Justices of the Peace shall
have concurrent jurisdiction to try any
persons charged with violation of any
of the provisions of thia act