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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
..JAN. ft, 1833.
The Dnnnrr Stale.
Oregon is dcntined to liocoine tlm
'banner Slate of the Pacific elope. Thin
ii not an idle mnnt, but tlm talm do
duction of patient invefttigation. A
State to become great, wealthy and
powerful, must poiwewi a genial climate,
fertile noil and abundant resource It
must have eoey accetw to central marW
of trade. If it hae broad agricultural
privileges, it will Income Htrong ; if in
addition it poxiteHKei prolific manufac
turing facilities, it will become power
ful; and if coupled with theae leading
factor it can command a wide range of
commercial intercourse, it will becomo
mighty. Oregon has all tlicnt natural
' advantages in process of development,
It has wealth of area. It has a mild
and genial climate. It has a rich, vir
gin soil It is possessed of great agri
cultural, manufacturing and commercial
privileges. Its latent resource is won
derful to contemplate. Its ' era of de-
Tftlopment has but commenced. Trans
Atlantic railroads are straining every
nervB to reach its borders, Staunch
steamships are being built to (radio in
iu commerce. These motors of civili
cation will bring immigration and im
migration will bring rapid development
and development will bring prosperity
and prosperity will bring contentment.
Our population will double, treble and
quadruple. This will give us a stronger
representation to the seat of govern
tnent and lend additional facility to
command subsidies for the improve
ment of our harlwrs, rivers and coasts.
It hoi been demonstrated by experi
ment that our table and prairie lands
are susceptible of producing all classes
of cereals in the greatest abundance,
That our uplunds and highlands, even
to the summits of our mountain range,
are natural pastures for the propaga
tion of all kinds of grasses, This
leaves nought but our desert 1 nds un
tillable, and even these to a great ex
tent by the fostering haiid of labor will
be reclaimed and brought toswoll.the
great, pulsating stream of unbounded
resources. Albany Herald.
The plan of disposing of the bodies
of the dead by burning them in fur
naces constructed fur that purpose i.
gaining supporters. Steps nre oeing
taken to legalize cremation in France,
by providing that those who wish to
leave testamentary instructions hout
the disposition of their remains shall
have the right to do so. In the Ital
ian cities there are many societies tak
ing an interest in advocating the prac
tice, of cremation. It is, most likely,
fasier to persuado tho people of Italy
into this practice than any other, be
cause with them it is only tho revival
of an ancient custom. The burning of
the corpses seems to have been aban
doned upon the introduction of the
Christian religion, as it was regarded
as inconsistent wi'h some of tiin points
of the new faith. It seems that now
men are changing their notions about
things of this kind. In ilciiRely pop
ulated motions (he lsst way of dispon
ing of the dead bo as not to injure the
living it an important matter.
In Fiji thirty years ago war was
made quite as much w ith a view to
dining off raptives, who en actually
carefully fattened Iveforo slaughter, as
for any other cause. In some eases
meat wai cut, cooked and eaten in the
presenw of tho victim, who had pre
viously been compelled to dig the oven
and collect tho wood for heating it.
The sick were buried alive, and the
death of a great man was celebrated
by a general strangling of widows,
lJeside every great chief's house living
beings were buried. They had to
sUnd clasping the supporting pillars '
while earth was rolled over them. I
When a chief launched a new canoe a
number of persons were bound hand
and foot and laid on the ground to act
Vheu U worth 87 J cents per bushel
... TV ..I Hrfnril (Vfiul
tinmen jvixim, vi iuiv v. -.,
drowned at that place on tho 15th ult.
The new steamer IsaWl is to run
regular liips bctwsen Sulem and Cor
vallis. Independence is to have a broker's
office opened (hero on the 1st of next
The busiue.w houses at Prndleton
now close up their stores on Sunday.
Good people. '
From the a.-counts in our exchanges,
Christmas was generally celebrated and
a good time had in the different towns
of the State.
Win. Jennings, of Lake county, while
attempting to cross a bridge over Silver
creek, his wagon and team w-re thrown
off in tho stream and two of them
frozo soon lifter they were got out
Lieut. F. U. Schwalka will deliver,
on the 10th and 11th t January, at
Dallas, Polk county, lecturos on his
northern nd ventures.
Says the Ilosnburg Independent :
Farming must pay in Douglas county,
A short time ago the Hon. Jwnes
Chenowith sold his place near Oakland
to James R. Dodge for $IC,000. Mr.
Dodge has since rented him the same
place, together with his Green vulley
farm, fur the term of five years for
the sum of $,1V"I
i Cunotit Ducumrik
In a trial in Germany recent' a en-
rious document was produced, which
was railed forth by the marriage of the
Count de Kulz, a Jtoiunri Catholic, to
Ag'ith, Countess of ilaimu, a Protes
tant, in the yenrlGOfi. At ihe wed
ding (he bridegroom solemnly swore to
respect his wife's religious views and
signed, sealed and delivered a deed to
that effect. It 'was couched Ifi the fob
lowing language: ''I, ltudolph, Count
of Sulz, hereby promise on my honor
as a nobleman or may the Devil take
me Hint 1 will allow my tuture wilt
to remain in her religion, nor will I
offer her any inducement in the slightest
to abandon it, I have nt home two
liibles; if (hat is not enough I will get
her two more. Moreover, it is her
body net her soul I take. I bIiuII re
main in my religion, in which I have
been brought tip from my youth 1
know that I am on the right road; i
she won't go to heaven, let her go to
hell. Signed, Rudolph, Count of Sulz."
Texas, with its 175,000,000 acres of
territory, it would naturally be in
ferred, would be about the last State to
inve nn agitation of the laud question,
yet tho journals of that State give evi
donee that the subject of land tenure
is being seriously considered by the:
people. The trouble is chiefly in the
coast counties and in Western Texas,
where vast tracts are held by cattle and
sheep speculators and non residont pur
chasers, Thousands and tens of thou
sands of acres are in single holdings.
The owners do nothing to improve and
build up (he country, and (hey prevent
the growth of settlement I y refusing
to subdivide their lands, A writer in
the Galveston News compares the situ
ation (here (o that iu Ireland, ami do-
moods legislative checks to tho grow-
in' evil, but suggest no practical rem
Congressional action is like tho infills
of the gods. One hundred and two
years ago a bill was passed to erect a
statute to Baron Do Kalb, the stout
old Prussian trooper who did such ex
cellent service on many battle ticlds in
the Revolution. .Yesterday the Senate
appropriated $10,000 for the monu
ment. It is needle to add that the
monument fund had no lobby.
A Sunday school teacher a.kod
I little l)oy if ho didn't feel sorry to see
SabUth breaking ; but (he little boy
said he never got up in time to see any
TheGcaiiDotlicehae Juet received a uw
took of Jitter and bill head. There is no
me of writing your letter and bills on
plain. pr when yoo csu get s neat bueinesa
like bead printed for .but little more tliso
the piper costs. Call and examine eur muv
"From Personal Experience."
Sax Jon, CL, Auk. 1st, IfWL
1L rf. Warnsb Co.: fiire-From persons!
experience. I csn cheerfully winmcnd yoiir
Safe Kidney anil Livr (.'lire to sll persons af
flicted with kidney and liver difficulties.
Me. C. W. FoheroX.
Mrfi II Friendly lis received a targe
stock ef goods fr the aprinff trade and it
prepared to suit hi customer to quality
and uric. He will sell for cash or credit aa
ire in town, aim a ma
quality he guarantee
and boys clothing a
mm is are in u" w
specialty, uive mm
. . . . 1 :
L-lienu as any ether .tore in town, ami a un
Of the wlii-y.) litit of candidates who
-fell at the NovemW polls, Gov. Haw
kins, of Tennessee, seems to have Ud
the worst disowned. All hij eight
brothers voted against him for reflec
tion. Mr. Geo, Chamlerlaiii has sold his
interest in Ihe AHany Democrat to
Fred P.Jfutting.an experienced printer.
We wish the new firm of Stiles it Nut
he lest of success.
U hasaUd ear ache, dip a
plug of tuao, iuoIrn oil warm
it and place U e rar w
th. head and keep d hK
ENTERPRlSINl, DUl tiC.IST.
Mr F M Wilkin., the live I ironist of the
town, it always up to the timra and ready to
taofi the demands of hi manv customer, lie
has just received a atinil of that wonderful
rrmeily that is astotitthiW the Wiwld ly its
mrrrlue ruera, tn. Kisu 11 Niw iMscovrar
f'r l'onpum1n, Toughs, Colds, Asthma,llay
Kever, Itronchitis, l'htlii.iu. I'mup, tVheopine
CotiL-h. TuklimriwtheTliruat. Iaf
ll.mrMiiraserany affection of the Threat or)
l.unirs. This rviuodr mitiirelT mm. as thou.-1
amu nn imtity. u r.u Uo net Iwline it rail
at Wilkiue' lru( store and rt a Trial Bottle
d.illar. As rue value u lif. irira it a tril
a I be ponvinoul, is th.xivui.is klwat'y have
leen, MuiholUn.1- Junction (itr. IT
l'avis k t'o Wholnwle Anenss. I'ortlamt,
Messrs Cherry k Uay.undertakers, having
recognized a loflg felt waut in Kugede have
imisirted a nrst class bearse. The oe of the
sntne is tendered to their patrons without
Why dne everyboly go to the Working
man's boot and shoe, atore? Because they
save from 25 to 40 cents on the dollar.
Those Pianos and Organs
Have arrived at ('rain Bros. Also the hr;el
stock of gold and silver watchea, gold chains,
jewelry, silver ware and slocks ever brought to
Kiyne, Come snd see.
A 'on,h, Colli or More Threat
should I top'l Neuleot freipientlv rwnilt
la an Incurable l.nna flneae or Ton
.umollori. IIKWI'5I IIHOSIUL
IIKM llliMare rrrtaln tn clve reiiel Iu
Aailima HronchUI, oih, ralarrh,
(oliiliultve and Ttoront Dlaeaxea.
For 30 n-Hr the Troches have bevii recoiu
memlfd by phjsici.ins, ohd always (five er
feet salinfiicticin. They art not new or un
tried but having been twtted by wide and con-,
stunt ue fur nearly an entire ifenerntino. they
have attained well merited rimk amonirthe few
tuple remedies of the ai;e. I'ublie spewk
ers) and Hhicers UHe.them to clear and
strenethen the V ele. ld at 2.') cent a box
lU'CKIiEN'fl AUXICA SAbVE.
The Hmt HaWS in the world fir bruises.
Cuts, Snrea, Uleen ,NuIt llbeiun l'evr Aires.
Tetter, ( hapie.l (binds, Chilidaiiw, Corn,ond
all koids of .Skin Kruptius. : 'This sulve is ifimr
Siitccd to srlve ierfect tif'!rtion in every eiu
or monev refiimleil. l'rii-e 35 cU Jier box. For
sale by Wilkin's, the JinitfrfUt, Eu;-eue City.
Mulbollund, Junction City.
FltKE OF t;OHT.
Db. Kiso'sXkw IhHCiivr.KV for ('onsump
tioiw, CoiikIis and CoMh. Antlims, I'.ronchitiH,
eta. Is (,'lven aw'sy In triul bottles free of cost
to the afflicted. 'If yn haven severe couidi,
difficulty of breatliiiirf, Imarw'iio.ta or nny alfeo.
tion of the throat or luils by all (neans pi
this womlerfiil remedy a trial. Aii you value
vonr exixUiire vou cannot afford to let this op-
iHirtunlly pa:.: We cMild nt, nud would not
tfiva this remedy away unless we knew it
wonld acvoniplirih what w claim for It. 1 hous
aiulu of hoeeKS cases have already been com
pletely cured by it. There is no medicine in
the world thnt will cure one half the cows that
Dh. Kino's Nkw Discovery Wll.li CUIlE.
For sale by Wilkin the 1 ritylt. and Mulhol
l ind, .lulirtion City. lloilct Davis and Co.,
Wholesale AvttU, Fortland, Cre;'on.
noTif kki i nornsnat
Are you dUiiirbed at nllit snd broken ef
your ret by a sick clfild siifTtrinif and cryim;
with the exi-ruciatini; pain of cutting teeth ? If
s, )jo at once and tret a bottle of MI!S.
WlNsf.OW'8 KdOTIIIMJ 8VKUP. It
will relieve the fwor little euflercr iinineiliately
dejiend upon it: tncre is no mistake noout.
1 liere is not a mother on earth who has eve
used it, who will nut tell you at once that it
will reulnte the hnwels, ami uive rest to tli
mother, and relief anil health t the child, op
eratiiirf like limbic. It is perfectly safe to use
in all cines, and pleasant to the taste, and is
the presoripti iu of one of the oldcot and liest
female phyxii-i.ni and nurses in the United
suites, p.iiu everywliere. J,i ctnts a b,ttle.
milE I-AXE COUXTV MERCANTILE
1 Awiation haviiiK disHjed of their stork
of merthsudise to McCIunrf and Johnson, and
It Mnif necessary to chsie up the business with
the least poselMe delay, nil persons know iif
themselves indebted to said association either
by note or book account, are hereby requested
to oome forward and jxiy the same at the old
stvid within thirty days from date. All uu
Httled aocxunU after that date Will l placed,
in the hand of an attorney for collection.
J.y order of the li,,ard.joHxKFLLYi
Eugene, Jan. i, 1883. president.
NOTICE IS IIEKEUV GIVEN THAT
K. U. Hays has heen duly apisiinted atl
uinistrator of the estate of Honey Mteveus,
deceae.L All lrsons having claims against
..!.! .r. notified tn lireMtllt the SSIIIB to
the sliiilnitrator at the offieeof Ceo. U.
Geo. A. lorris in Angeii city witnin six
months from tliis data. It. D, H
Itel Jan. flth, MM- Admiuistrator.
Geo.B. 4 Geo. A. Dokrii
Atty's for Estate.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
-TOTICE H IIEUEBY GIVEX THAT
Jl by virtue of an onler nii'le by the County
Court of Lane County, Oregoe, at the regular
term In January, IS), the undersigned admin
istrator of the estate of A. J. McDatiiel, de
ceased, will otfer for sale at public auction to
the highest bidder at the Court House door In
Eugene City, Lane County, Own, on the
17th day of Fehruaryi 1NK3, the following de
serilied premises, to-wit: Com. at X. E. cor. of
Donation land claim of H. C. Owens and wife,
Notiti. .W.-i, T. IS S. It. 5 W., thence S. 32.16
chains, thence W. 41.S0 chnins, thence X. 3il(i
chains, them E. 41.S0 chains to place of lie-
S inning, containing I'Jli'i acres; aluo com. nt
. W. line of Donation Claim f Aii Cantrell,
N-tifl. SIW.T. IS, S. K. 8 W thence E. 38.'J4
chains, thence N. 3I2i chains, thence V. S8.24
chains, thence S. SlM'O chains to place of be
ginning, containing 123.38 acres, in Lime Co.,
Oregon. Maid sale to commence nt 1 o'clock of
said day. Terms, Cash. Jt. f. MOSS,
Josiii A J. Waltox, Att'y.
SALE OF HEAL ESTATE. '
-TOTICE IS HEKEDY GIVEN THAT
1.1 by virtue of an erder made by the County
Court of Lane County, Oregon, at the regular
term thereof ih January, lHSt, the undersigned
administrator of the estntenf J. M. Harrison,
dsceased, will olTer for sale at public auction to
the highe-t bidder at the Court House door in
Eugene City. Lane County, Oregon, nn the
17th day of February, 1NN3, the following d. '
serilied premises, to-wit: The W. J of S. SV.
and Wi ef S. W, i of Sac. 20, T. 20 8. It. 5
W., Lane County, Oregon. fSaid sale to com
mence at 1 o'clock f 'aid day.
terms: Cash. WM. IXMAN(
JdSHI'A J. WAl.tox, Att'y.
JOTICK IS HEUEIJV GIVEN THAT
the copartnership heretofore existiug lie-
tween the firm of Haines & Clsrke was dis
solved by mutual consent the 2d dny of De
eemlMr, 1SS2. All persons indedtcd to ns will
please settle the same with W. W. Haines.
Thanking our patrons for pnst favors we re
siRctfully ask a continuance of the same to
toi new tirm of Haines & Gray.
W. W. HAINES.
Kngene City, Dec. 2, 1 d;W t3
How to Avoid Drunkenness.
Forbid Intoxicating nostrums and use Tar
ker's Ginger Tonic in your family. This do-
licious remedy never intoxicates, is a truo blood
and drain mod. and siding all the vital func
Hons never fails to iuvigoroto.
One Night Only!
Thursday, Jan. 11, 1SS3,
The largest Dramatic Organization that
lias ever visited Oregon.
J. Rial's Mystic Revival,
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
Grant! rKalu Company,
" M-aguifieent Scenery
Magnolia JtfLifrr, Singers,
Camp Meeftrg Sliouters,
Trick Donkey 'Frisco,"
And the Mammoth Trained
5 Blood Hounds 5
Rescrveil seats now fur sale at Crain'i
M nsio Stom
He Know Whereof H Affiema.
Sasta R(u. Cau, Pre. 4, liX
IL II W UNSe 4 C! hirs-I hav ul
your Ksfe Ki luev and Lirr Cure, and fin it !
VOTICK IS nERERT GIVEN THAT
X . K Jeans haa tiwn duly ap-
iinien ana nus inert ..I k.
of W illiam Jeans, decease,!. All persons hav
ing clalnsi against said esuta are notified to
IT ii . .""1 eiecutiir, at the office
"I U. U S (r. A. lturris in Kn.-n I'll, tl.i-
. . i .1.:. j . -'V
n.. . t , , , ,!EXJ- JEANS,
Gto, K Jt (sa A. IMrris,"
Attorneys for Estate.
Star Restaurant !
Kttchin Harrill... Props
Et'GEXK CUT, OREGON.
j-p VERYTHIXU KEPT fN THE IT.ST
4 w or.ier. ine i,t at vi will be
r. tnva u a iruL
i kkiney triisi.
t. T. tjixra.
rresi Irtit (etn Imw Uanw
To all who art suffering from the errors and
indisiVetlons of youth, nervous weakness, early
decay, lews of manhood. Ac, I will send areciie
that will cure you, FREE OK CHARGE.
This great remedy was discovered by n mis
sionary in South America. Send a self ad
dressed envelope to tho liKV. Joski'H T. 1.SJIAN,
Station I), New York City.
NEW GROCERY STORE
(One doof south of Tost Oifice )
OUR good are all new nn-1 fresh snd of
first finality. AD ioods usi-ally found in a
first-claps (irocery Store, kept on hand, To
baivos and CIGARS u siecialtv. We buy
for CsHh and sell for the same, giving the ous
tomer the advantage of Cash I'iiicks.
SWIFT A CO.
Oak Vood Wanted.
SEALED T.IDS WILL RE RECEIVED
until the 1st day of January, ISM, by the
Executive Committee of the Hoard of Regents
of the State University, for forty cords of
r plit oak wood, twenty inches long, two lengths
for a con I. To be corded aad measured to the
committee on the University ground; said
wood to be delivered on or before the 1st day
of August, 1KKX The committee reserve the
light to reject any and all bids.
Chairman of Com.
A large qumtity ef lambs wool at the New
Factory, for which we will pay the highest
market price, In Cash. We will commence
operations on the 1st of November, nd will
manufacture ami keep for sale all kinds ef
Yarns, Socks, Wool Red Battings, etc.
Afl orders' filled on the slmrtest notice.
WM. SK ELTON k SOX.
Eugene City, Oct Stith, ISSi
V T 04- AT1A
. u. o uuru.
Come! Come! Cojrie!
Secure! Secure! Secure!
B1RBAIN3! BABBJUB8! BARGAINS!
Before, Before Lefore,
Invoicing, Invoicing, Invoicing,
OUR ENTIRE STOCK.
Bargains in Everything at thd
L ST 01E I
1 MTB THE
' ClmPEB '
HOUSE III EUGENE.
Butter, Eggs did Chickens bought
for Cash, or tal
goods at HIGH
sse before purchasing?
3n in exchange for
ST CASH RATES,
Goods sold a!
in Oregon, for
low as any House
Cash or Credit.
of Country Pro
paid for all kinds
uce. Call and see.
? ROYAL XI
Thia powder never varim. A mp.1
purity, strength and wholes.menase. M.ra
economic! than the oniicanr kin-is, and can
not he in rnmiwtiti.m ih
ot low teet, sh.wt wewhL alum nr i,K.-,...
IPoT-bra, .Sold only in cans. Koyal lkina
Fow,Wr Co.r 106 Wall et, N Y.
and Retail Dealers id Manufacturers of all Kinds of
Furniture, Mirors, Picture Frames,
mouldings Coffins & Caskets.
VSis opeciai attenfort given to all ord foi
by Mail orTelegrih, Night or Day.
rs will find it to their
send for price list be-
Dr. N. J. Ta
EUGEXE CITY", C&tftft
vrn r in niaii'-rinig Mn-e
Att oA GUARASTEEIV
Geo. B- Dorris,
Attorney and Counsellor-a
EUGENE CITY, . - . OREG03?
R al EUte boni;bt and sold. ir(mey loaned
Collection vn mptly attended tn.-