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ESTABLISHED FUR THE DISSEMINATION OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES. AND TO EARN AN IIQXEST LIVING BY THE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
WHOLE NO. 785-
lEUGENE CITY OR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER I), 1882.
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
Ike dmnt iTity Guard.
'. 1. L. CAMPBELL,
Publisher and Proprietor.
TPICB-On hKitid of Willamette
Street iMtweea Seventh sad Eighth Street.
VkfBS Of ADVERTISING.
aYlterkiieaainU inserted u follow :
re. line or lew, on insertion $3;
?,' insertion 81. Cash required in
Tin aSvertiser will be charged at the fol
rtt Ob r tbre months SO 00
" ix month 8 00
' " out year 12 00
TraatUnt notice in local column, 20 ceuta per
fc (or eeeh insertion.
Advertising bills will be rendered quarterly.
JlII (ok work mutt be Paid roa os HKi.ivLiir.
ImgBBMMMMMIOtfl 1 MP
ifflc H.nre -From 7 a. a. to Tp.. Sunday.
tt.o I'M to S:M p. m.
ail arrive from the south and leaves oing nnrth
i. m. m. Arrivea from the north an'l leave (t.m
. . r Lilt. .1 t
akh at 1 II P. 'a. ror oini.taw, rransitn uu ..on
. close a WB " -
111., U4P BMU iM"n..m. ......
Uture will t realy for nelifV hauan ho
. af traia. letter ahoulil be left at tl
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,u. ..urbef.ro -"XVtERSOS P.M.
tninlDiil II. A. F. and A. M.
Meet, irat a third Welne-daye in earn
Hamritar Bum Itn N.. I. O.
kavtr Maata.verT Tuesday evening.
KNcmrvKNT No. 0.
ft.tU a the Id aad 1th Wednwdaje in each month.
iioifti Loook. No. 15, A. O. IT. W.
keeti at Maaonie ITall the tecond and fourth
i'riday U each month.
J. M. Sums. M. W.
titfATEicc Pom, No. 40, O A. R -Mt
at Maaanbs Hall, the first and third rmUy of
ak month. By order, Commankkh.
Oedi or Chosfs FaiESis.-Mect the
lit and third Saturday evenim.-" at M wnnic
HalL 15y order of J. M. Sloan, uU
tl. . TliaiV, ALSANT. L. BILVKD, Kt'GKNE.
'feT It A 11 A IN & MLYEU,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
KUUHNE CITY, Ol! EGON.
OttACTICB IX AT.L TUB COURTS OF
A. th:a Slate. They Rive ecii.l attention
to to'lebioni And probate matter.
Office. -Oor W. F. ft Co.' Exprem o!li
Ceo. S. Washburne,
boosnk cirv. - - - orecon
lYlCP frmer'y oucupt.-d by Thompson
'. CEO. fL MiLLER,
'Attornej and Counssl'.or-at-Lav, and
' iicrti ffe Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - - - OREGON.
0FFIC1jTwo door, north of Tost Oiike.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
6fic 'Adjoining 3t Charles Hotel,
Hit AT THIS
1TJT DIDO 6T0EB OF HATES and LUClJE?.
Vkijsician and SurScon.
EUGENE CITY, - - OREGON,
Oflic in Underwood' brick, over the Ex
OR, JOHN NlCKLIN,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
RESIDENCE-TWO doors south of M. E.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FQUXD AT HIS OFFICE or rea
ideaae when not professionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE. a
Reidec on Eighth .treet, opposite Presby
DR. E. G.CLARK,
Ordnat of the Philadelphia Dental College.)
I JGEXK CITY,
--w . ,rr-n ITncn k Cfn THK 1 l I.
JLL office of Dr. U M. Davis, 1 am prepared
to d. aU k:a of work i mr proiesw.
D. T. Pritchard,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
TEPAIRIXG OF WATCHES AND
XV CLOCKS executed with punctuality
aad at a reasonable coat.
Willamette St., Eugene City, Oregon
J. S. lUCKEf,
' Cocks, Waches, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
J.S. LUCKF.Y, i
tlbwrth k Co.. brick Willamette itre.t
I. B. BUM'S
CS A GENERAL
A large assortment of La
dies li nd Childrens Hose at
12 l-'J cts.
Good D.rss Goods at'12c-
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable GoodSi
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
Liberal Discount for
TWO lEPIEilECJEJS I
CASH AM) 02F8.jS2X3ri1
1 SCHOOL HOUSES, whose interest art,
spend tlioir prliU at home. Take notice Unit-
Will sell goi'ils fur CASH at greatly reduced prices, as low as any other CASH STORE.
Best I'rinls lb and IS yards .SI 00
Best Brown and Bloached Mmlins, 7, 8,9, and
Chirks and Brooks spool ootton "5 cts per Do.
Plain and Milled Flrnnels, 25, 3.": 4.". and 50
Vt?r Proo , cents
Fino White Shirts, 75 cts and fl
And all Other Goods
Also the Celebrated
AVHITK Sli rVING- MACHINE!
..... i. ...... r ,l...V!lvi At Lreat.lv reduced AtCS.
carTomv old Customer, who have stiKxl by me so 1 mg, I will continue ti ell on ame
tns as h'er .tofo.e on tims, but if nt any time they wish to make CASH purchases I will give
all am, as others, the full credit on my reduction f A. V. 1 , I fcJta
Robinson & Church,
Best Selected Slock in 0re?i.
NOTICE TO SHEEP OWNERS.
ATOTICK 13 HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
N Sheep owners that they inu.t dP their
ahe as aoU a, ahe.ire.l II' 1)1. LEASED. I .i.
,.. Lke. provisions that when the owner fad
to do so, that the ln-lctr shall cause It to be
do.,e at their expetee. 'OATS,
Sheep Ii.sitector for Ijina Co, Or.
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Hocks, and Jewelry rep!""l ""J
arranted. N-wthwes. corner of lllamette
and KW'hth street.
THIS PAP EE FVZtt'X
UJM 14U M nkaMM W w-
A -J t.i 1
1 S '
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all sliadcSi
Velvets in Colors.
The finest stock of French
ever brought to this place-
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descrivtions
.liUlKDYOUU BRIDGES, HOAPS AND
your iiiWn-st.i I Are permanently located ami
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 50, 75 cts and $1.
Xew Assortment Dresa Good (No Trash) 15,
20 und 25 cts.
Mens' Underwear, Shirt and Drawers, 50 ct
Meus' Ovcrshirts, 75 cts. and 81
Mens' Overalls, 60, 65, 75 cU and tl.
Embroideries and Edjjina at Fabulon Low
at Proportionate Rates.
at the LI
Fishing 'i arkle.
We invite an exam
nation of eur good
confident that o
stock will suit th
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In Dorris' Brick Building.
Will keep on hand a general assortment of
Groceries, Provision, Cured Meats,
Tobacco, tvr, tanrtiea,
Candles, Soai, 'oti"n
Green and Dried; Friita,
Wood and Willow Ware.
Business will be conducted on a
Which mean that
Low Prices are Established
Coodi deTirerrd vilboat charge to Bdjm
Ml KINOSOF PFODUCE'IWANTFC
r whUh w. will pay th. h.htmrket
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BETTMAN, G. Dry goodi, clothing,
groceriea and Keneral mrrhandiN, aouthwe.t
comer YVilliuuette and Eighth ttreeU.
BOOK STOUE-One door aouth of the Aitor
House. A full atock of uaorted box paper
plain and fancy.
CRAIN BllOa-Dealer in Jewelry, Watch-
, iMock and Muiical Inatrnniriit Wil.
Inuiette itrovt. between Seventh and Eighth.
CAI.LI80N, R. G.-Dcaler In grocenea, pro.
riaioni, country produce, canned gooda, Uxika,
tationery. etc, tonthweat ci'rner YVlllainett
and 9th St. .
DORRIS, B. F.-I)ea'er In Store and Tin
wiwo- Willamette itrvot, between Seventh
FRIENDLY, S. H.-Dealer In dry (?oo,la,
clothing and general merchandise Willam
ette atrwt, between Eighth and Ninth.
GILL, J. P. Physician, Surgeon and Prog
gut, rostoHice, v uiauielte revt, Iwtwecn
lat, rostomce, ill
eventh and Kiwhth.
HEXDKICKS, T. G.-Dealei In gencnil mer-
chandiae northwest corner YVillaniette and
HODKS, C Keep on bahd fine winca,
ultra, cigar and a poo' rhd billiard tulde;
Willamette street, '.e,wecn Eighth and
HORN, CHA3. M.-Gnnsiuith. Rifle nr.d
hot-una, breech and imtzxle lofdera, for aie
Ri'pa'.ring done in the neatest atyle and war
ranted. Shop on !Uli atreet.
LYNCH, A -Grocriea, provision, fruit, veg
etable, eta, Willamette tret, first door
outh of Poatoflice.
Lirt'KEY, J. S. -Watchmaker and .Tewlerj
keeps a tine stock of goods in hi line, Willam
ette street, ill Ellsworth's drug atore.
McCLAREX. JAMES- Choice. w!ne,1lrpinrs,
and cigars -Willamette street, between Eighth
OSIU'RX CO.-Dealer in druga, medicine,
chemicals, oils, paints, etc. Willamette at,
nposite S. Charle 1 Intel
PATTERSON, A. S.-A fine stock of plain
and fancy visiting cards.
PRESTON, WM.-Dcaler in fladdlery, Har
ness, Carriage Trimmings, etc. Willamette
street. Iwtween Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICE -A new atwk of standard
oIkhiI bHik Just received at the post ollice.
REXSHAW. YVM.-Wines, I.hpiors, and Ci
gars of the best nuality kept constantly oil
hand. The best billiard table in town.
REAM, J. R. Undertaker and building con
tractor, corner Willuiuette and Seventh
ST CHARLES HOTEL - Charlas Ba
ker, prietress. The best llote in the
city. .Coner Willamette and Ninth ttreet
SCHOOL SUl'PLIES-A large and varied
assortment of slates of (ill sues, and quantities
of .latos and slut e-books. Three doors north
of the exprcia nllice.
WALTOX, J. J. Attorney at-Law. effice-
Willamette street, between Seventh and
r-n. m n I
Kothor Xilie and Physician
IT 13 NOT PARCOTi:.
(ho "World's prcat rnln-Kc-lioviuff
romcdics. They hcnl,
F.oodio and euro Iliirun,
Vi'ounds, "Weak Uack and
Khctiniatlsin upon Man, and
Sprains, Calls and Lameness
j!jou Iicasts. Cheap, 'quick
EP UKT3 cf dlcnii3 Knon,
Cnuiea. Craoklins Pain fa tlio
iload, Fetid Eroath, Ceafne,
nnd any Catarrhal Complaint,
can l exterminated ty Wei Co
XZoyer'a Catarrh Care, a Consti
tutional Antidote, Djr Absorp
tion. Tfcemoit Important DU
covory inoe Vaccluatloa.
8YWIPTOMS OF A
tcvis of A ppetlte. Bowel eoifye. Pain la
the Head, with a dull en'tion tn the
v.. .. rrt pm under the Shoulder
blade, fullne after eatiny, with a dltn
elinatton to exertion of body or ir.inn.
IrriUbllity or temper, iow pirn, mu
a feeling of hv(n neglect-d aom duty,
Vearioea, Diaune, iluttering at the
Heart, DoU before the ere. Yellow 8kln,
Headache generally ever the right ere,
Bestleaanoaa, witn fitful dl Oi. highly
ou lured Urine, and
Ttm V I LUi are eapeeiall j adapted t
vrh raaos, ena doa eflecl narha ehavage
f feeling a to astsnlah the urTrrr.
Ther ti Ar.wllt.nd raw IB.
bratr U Tae Vtr. H the sMn I.
mirttHr. and t'T ltiir Tnl Artlea nn tn
imiwi w';r ".ri,pV
duceo. Prle H cnt. M Mrr7 M.
TUn'S HAIR DYE.
nAT Jlut tnlftrmm ehair1 In a GlfY
.. . . . .....I i rlnn li.. liT K. Il tin
arts a natural eolr. acta Iruuntarttooaltr. f.l4
by bndiMl. r ol Bf eapna w '
mcK, a mi kmat wew roirav.
r. trrr ajsr.t i .w y
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Home Bill No II.
A bill for an Act to Exempt a Homo-
stead, for lorced Sule on Attach
tn.'.nt or ExecutionH:
13 it fiietoJ ly the l4iHlativn An-
iipnii'ly of the htato of Orrgon:
Skctios 1. There nliall 1 exempt
from, execution nml attachment, to
ftvery liousclioltlt'r, lieing the head of a
family, homestead, not exceeding iu
aluo the sum of (2,000, while occu
pied as such hy t lie owner thereof, or
is or her family. Said homestead may
coiiint of a lot or lots in a city or
town, or a farm consisting of any num-
Iht of acrt'H, so that the value of the
same Khali hot exceed the aforesaid
urn of 2,000; hut to entitle tho per
son to the'heiicfits of this act he or nhe
shall cajso the word homestead to be
ntered on record in the margin of his
recorded titlo to the same; J'rovulctl,
Always, that any person Owning and
claiming huch homestead shall have the
right to chang the same from place to
place, Ly tcihplying with the provis
ions of this act, but shall only bo en
titled to hold one such homestead.
Sue. 2. When any person dies
seized of a homestead, Irdting a widow,
or husband, or minor children, the sur-
irors shall lie entitled to the home
stead for their own use; but in case
there bo neither surviving husband,
widow or children, tho said homestead
shall bo liable for the debUof deceased.
Sec. 3. Nothing herein contained
shall b constructed to prevent the
owner of a homestead from voluntarily
mortgaging the same; but no mort
gage shall be valid against tho wifo of
any mortgagor who may be occupying
said homestead with him, unless she
shall freely and voluntarily, separate
and apart from her husband, sign and
acknowledge said mortgago and the
ollicer taking the acknowledgement
shall fully appralsi! her of her rights,
and the effect of signing mich" mortgage.
Sec. 4. When any creditor shall be
nf the opinion that any homestead
claimed under the provisions of this
art is of greater valuo than $2,000, on
tiling nit affidavit to that effect with
tho Clerk" of the Circuit Court,- the
udgeutfnt creditor may proceed against
said homestead as in' other cases of
real estate, and if miid homestead shall
sell for over ?2,000 and costs: tho sur
lus shall Im applied to the payment of
the judgement of said creditor, urtd in
11 such cases tho sum' of $2,000,' free
of charge or expense, shall bn paid to
the owner of the homestead; and in
case the said homestead shall not Rcll
for more thnn $2,000 and costs, the
person instituting the proceeding shall
iav the costs of procedini, and the
proceeding cease and not aliict or
muair the ritrlits of tli6 owner of
Sec. 5. In case of the sale of said
lomestead, any subsequent homestead
acquired by the proceeds thereof, shall
also be exempt from attachment and
execution, nor shall any judgment or
other claim against the owner of said
homestead a lien against tho same in
the hands of a bona fled purchaser for
valuable consideration; J'rouiJal,
however, that nothing in this act shall
in any way impair or effect the validi
ty of any contract, debt or lfen now ex
isting against the property that may
hereafter be selected as a homestead.
Skc. G. Inasmuch as thero is no
homestead exemption in this State, this
act shall take effect from and after its
approval by the Governor.
Intelligence from l'ort Kniith gives
the particulars of lie capture in the
Indian Territory : a female desperado
named Ilelle Stan. Shu was wanted
for horse stealing, and hpr hus'iaiid was
captured after a loinj oliase and sharp
light. Jlrs. Starr is perlups tho most
noted character of tho western border.
She has led a wild life for many years.
It is claimed that she was a memlier of
the Younger gang of outlaws and was
prestnt when Sltepard claimed to have
shot and killed Jesse James n ar Short
creek. Mo. She has aevral aliases,
and many deeds of violence ara charged
to her. She has been admitted to bail
in the sum of $3,000.
Two dogs attacked a laiid of 32
sheep recently, Wlonging to Jessfl Mc
Cee, of Linn county, and killed six and
1 wounded thirteen,
The Stalwart Dope
Old Simon Cvneron speaks for his
clan when he gives voice to the) hopS
that the Democracy will kill itself, now
that it has got possession of the new
louse of llrpresontatives. This remark
of the Patriarch of intripue and crook
ed practices ought to be heeded by
Democrats. It is of a pieoa with the
advice given by an old lady in Louis
iana to one. of her acquaintances;
"Watch your friends; your enemies
won't hurt you," There is no doubt
ut that the active Democratic stales'-
men have now an opportunity for the'
enjoyment of a long period of success.'
t i.i the fairest field that ever opened
H-fore us, llie greaf fectlotial qucs-
ion of slavery, says tha Examitier,'
which so long proved a stumbling block
is gone, never to return.' llio dead
is buried. It must not le resurrected.'
Should any antiquated or foolish per
son seek to exhume and galvanise into'
ife the questions that wero treated by
past generation, he must be left to'
himself. The Democracy is the party
of the living and present population.
It carries its' face' towar'd the future.
It can, as a party, point with pride to'
its former achievements, but it cannot
mid itself responsible for the crimes'
and follies of its adversaries. This
great country is about to be placed'
under Dcmacatio control, and it will be
a shame and a crime if any of those
that we advance to places of trust and
honor fail to prove worthy of tha con-"
lidenco bestowed in tlibm. But what-'
ever somo may do that is wrong 6
foolihh will concern thsra alone. We
have no room for blunders. "A bluiu"
der iu politics is a crime." The party
will cast off those who may seek to be
tray it, or whose folly would destroy
it, and advance triumphantly to ao-
complirh its glorious work' in the re
generation of ttio Ilepublio, the purifi
cation of the Government and tha de
monstration of the capacity of the
American people to manage and con
trol their own affairs.
Home BiH '5J.
A bill for an act to prevent Minora un-'
der llie Ago of Sixteen Years, from
Smoking Tobacco, Cigars or Cigar-' .
Ho it enacted by tfco Legislative As-
nemUy of llie State of Oregon:
Skctios 1.- That it shall be unlaw
ful for any minor uiider the age of six
teen years to Binoka toWco in any
form; cillier in a pipe, or cigar, or1 ciga-
rettes; and persons under sixteen years
of ago violating this section of this act'
shall, on conviction thereof, be fined in
any sum not less than five nor nore'
than twenty dollars.-
Sec. 2. That any person or persons
selling or in any way disposing ol
cigars, cigarettes, .or to'wicco for the
same, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor,
and on conviction thereof shall be fined
in any sum not less than ten no? more
than fifty dollars for each offense.'
Sec. 3. That Justices Courts shall
have jurisdiction to try all offenses ae
fined in this act.
The Return of Our Wirt.
It was in a horse car. She had been
away for several months and the chil
dren had gone to the depot to meet
her. They chatted away merril
while she patted their little' heStfr and"
smiled interestedly. ' ,
"How is Maryf' she inquired when"
they stopped for breath.
Oh! she is well, She's taking her
music lessons right along.''
-He's going tc school.- Started "ah
'He's well, too,- Tie's having sf
bully time. He saicf ne didn't care it
you didn't como home for a year."
The pasengrs roared.
Grabbing her children with both1
hands she rushed for the door with an?
i on her face. Heaven' Jielp him!
Flour is $14 per barrel at Canyon
City, Grant county.
' "Postmaster Hall, of Canyon City,
has been summoned to testify in the'
star route trials at Washington City.
All the Grant county witnesses ara'
ordered to appear again.