Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1883)
ESTABLISHED FOR THE DISSESISATIO!, OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES, AND TO BARS AS IIQXEST LIVING BT TIIB SWEAT OF OUR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, ORi SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1883.
$2.50 per year IN ADYf.NCE
tit &nm City uara.
r I. L. CAMPBELL,
Fublislur and Proprietor.
FFICK-On the Bart tide of Wlllamettt
PJeTeet batweei Seventn ana nnum
CB5r t OF ADVKKTISitfG
it lmvmA fnllnwat
' ar, 10 linei.er 1m, ant insertion W;
IHIIilM4an' IDK,lnr- v w j .
adveeetl 1 '"' '" ' ' ,l
T advertisers will be charged t the ful
..square thre. months,. W
, Truub-t noticM in local column, 20 coats per
?Adv.rtiaing bills will b rendered quarterly.
All (e work must be TAin roB oil nsuvKsr,
.-n.r. -Prom T a. la. to T P. Sunday.
bUU 2rl.es fr. the south 1 lew north
Yt a. au Arrives fro CnlUt ' f"W
S'rSlL.f.. - on W.IomUt. fur Crawford.-
SlU.'OasU. Creek aM nrowMvilleat I f.M.
t -iur. Hill be rea-iy tor ri.ll.ery nan u
'" ,1,uU " hft " '
" a' SVpattehsiov p.m
- ' Knur, toons No 11, A. P. and A. V
VU Yr,t "J thirJ W.lnely. la earl
Olmm Bnrri Tonoit Ko. O ' I. O.
O. F. Meetaevery Tuesday tvenmg.
Wiimiu EMOMrrr tlo. 6,
. .. ,7..,. n ach inOQlU.
Mtoiaui wau im," j ;
. rt TT W
1-AUy. in each month. ; M w
TtirATSicic Post, No. w, u. a. '",
at Maloni Hall, the t ond third Fridays f
UehXonth. Byord.r. Comhani....
- Oidm or Ch.wM FntENns.-Mts the
ftrrtsad third Saturday eveninn .t"'
SL By order of , X M, h....s, U.L.
Butti Lonor. N.k (7. ,L T-
1wko Stab Ban or HoPE-XfeeU . t .
. P. Church erery Sunday 'V' '
npt; Cli:'!lHl,t.. hattw bimth,
Ckaplain. V iiur mde welcome.
. B. JTBAHAH, ALBASV. U BIMEU, ELOKSE.
JSTUAUAN Si U1LVEU,
Attorneys and Toinsellors at Law,
KirSEXR CITY, OKEllOS.
PU ACTIOE XJT Xhh THE OB OF
till. SUte. They Itive apecial nltentiou
U allectiniw and pnioaie luatwi-.
' i rrio-Over W. K. t Co.' ExprwH .fftj
Ceo. S. Wa3hburne,
ifice foiiucrly ocsuiue.l ly Tn0,,IB3
- CEO. l MILLER,
Attornsy aal CnasMt-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
BTJGENE CITY, - - - OREGON.
OFFIC8 Two door north of Post OlBoe.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
0!HwAdpini.isSt Charles Hotel,
. ; : .: ''t
. AT THE
RT MUO 8T0EE OP HAYES and frPCSXY.
DR. JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Suraon and Accoucheur.
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
EESIDENCE-Two donre enuth of F,.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not profeaeionalry entpged.
OtEce at the
POST OFFICE DlTOG STORE.
ItetfrietaM on Eighth rtree't opposite Presly
Ifc. E. G.CLARK,"
(Gradniite' of the Philadelphia Dental College.)
EUGENE CITY, - OREGfiX.
tOLO: FILLINGS A SPECIALTY.
X Artificial teeth made to oiMer. Teeth
xtracted without pa'"- AU work fuUy war
iUoted, Offioe in brick building over the
Grange etore. . ,
D, T. Pritcliard,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
TVEPAIRINQ OF' .WATCH ESAND
J t CLOCKS eiecutacr with punctuaUty
ad at a reaaonabl cost.
Vi! 'amette St., Eugene City, Oregon
. S. LUC KEY,
Clicks, Waches, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
J. 8. LDCKF.Y,
ifjnru rthi, C. lifVV Willamette street.
1 B. DOTS
t A GENERAL JgJ
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrcns Hose at
12 1-2 ds.
Good Dress Goods a t 12e
Best Corset in town for 50c
Ah inimeiist stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
Liberal Discount for
New Departure ! !
ATKOMZE THE MEN WHO HELP T
SCHOOL HOl'SliS. whose interest are
.penil their pruiiu at home, 'i'uke notice that-
Will .ell good, for CASIt at ?rortly reduced prices, u low aa any other CA&H STORE.
BestPrinU 10 and 18 yards :, 81 00
Beet Brown and Bleached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
(,'larke and Brooks spool cottqn 7S, cta per Doz.
Plain and Milled rirr.nclt, 25, 31: 43 and 50
Water Proo , cer.U
Fino Whit Shirts, 75 eta and $1.
And a!i Other Coeds
Also the Celi'hraved .
AVHITK SK ,VHNTG MACHINE !
Matter for a'renirth. size, and dnrnhilitvl.
To my old CuHtomen, who have stood by me so 1 inir, I will continue to sell on same
fnn as hentofnic on tim. but if at any time they wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
all sm, as others, the full credit on my reduction A V. PETERS
I THE UsUiEST AXD O.MT COMPLETE
UOISE OH THE
TJSk&iL'liSt CQ iLJJ 2L 9 Sootoh Type Founders,
! 205 & 207 LcldesdorfF, and 523 Commercial Streets,
i Tfm en tra.r.5 tl.e 'nnri? r.'.ctt: of Antriian raasy Type over kept eat
1 tMa Caast, .:iihr- with n com -.fto hiuk at r"Uii- a5 Uleiiarl'a liccli Typ, aad
; tu i.-s.n ct a uut'i so'Jn i.jirtft'u: '.a (to Irlu'.na Una Croa a bodkin to at
i'.vaNj fn-H. Wo Ua- c. very lama tjck of K.w avnd econthaa4 Printing
i' Kuui of all Bjakos ana 9iwa. V euro solo a vmto for. arM kp in alocK. Oaaapb.ll
CllmTbr rVuavoa, Cattrvll Babeick nut, alio VomIoso, Clipper, Jwl,aordeaaad
Waablsstoa Jobbcra, Waahluctoo Hasd Pnwaaa, aw Baxter ateaaa Eoctoes laat
tliat this a for prtntera), Tuerlc Water Btotera, Rem Paper Cotters aaa a full Use ef
'Beabarn's Boekbindors1 MKChlnery. Oar Fkd.Uty Roller Cosapoettlea aad Peerless
I Prlotlnst Inks are ceaaldered the boat la uae. Have yea seed ear Petstctlea plate. T
They save editorial work aad eoaaposltlon, asd tbersisrw amve sane ay. bead tor ear
EEHEHBEB He Heue .a Ikla Coart cu eeaipeU wllk as la taallty f Casds.
NOTICE TO BMP OWNERS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
Sheep owners that they muitt dip their
sheep as soon as shetred 11'' DISEASED. The
(aw niak provisions that when the owners fail
to do en, that the Inspector shall cause it to be
done at their expeliae.
8. D. COATS,
Sheep InsDector firf Lane Co, Or.
-j UUhtx i
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. Northwes corner of Willai oetU
and Ki?hth strseta.
mTTTfj TiaVfb mar i- TtoM ne t oa
A1AA.O xVA Jv p. HnwrU a Co'. nr
ermnraebi wr b. s. lot U IX W 10alaa
f 1 - - - I t 1
Tiimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
Tliejinest stock of French
ever brought to this place-
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descriptions.
UNICES iS I
BUIM) YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
yuur lutereate I Are permanently located and
Fine Cheviot Shirt. 60, 75cts.nnd SI.
New Assortment Dress Goods (No Trash) IS,
liens' U(id6wear, Shirts and Drawers, 50 ct
MeBs'Otcrshlrta, 75 cts. and tL'
Mens' Overalls, 50, 65, 75 cts and 11.
Embroideries and Edgins at Fabulous Low
at Proportionate Rates.
, J i ' ' t
At sreatlv reduced rates.
TYPE FOlIfDKT AI rKUTEaU'
BAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
" : -
Will keep on hand a general assortmejit of
Groceries,- Provisions,' Cnredi Meats,
Tobacco, Cigars, . Candies,
Candles, Soaiiert Kotions,
Green and Dried Frails,
Wood and WUlow Ware.
Business will be conducted on a
Wbich means that ..
Low Prices are Established
Geodi delirertd wilbool kiri U tijei
LL KINGS OF PRODUCE WANTEC
Vnc which we will par tb. hlglmtmarketj
srio. AS. L. PAGE- '
BETTMAN. G. Dry rnxxls. clothlni.
groceries and general nu'rehandiae, southwest
. corner Willamette and KlKhtu street..
BOOK' STORE One door south of the Astor
Houso. A fuU stock of assorted box papers
plain and fancy.
CRAIN BROa-Dealer In Jewelry. Watch
s, Clocks and Musical Instruments Wil
lamette street, between Seventh and eighth.
CALLISON. R. G. Dealer In irrocenes. pro
visions, country produce, canned goods, books,
stationery, etc, southwest corner Willamette
and 9th Sts.
nrtiTTa n v r, i l- c. ..J T:
r. Aycaior ui ubi'iv. aim .111
waro Willamette street, between Seventh
FRIENDLY. 9. H.-Dealer In dry goods,
clothing and general merchandise Willam
ette street, between .Eighth and IS inth. '
GILL. J. P.-PhTsiclan'. Bunfton and Druir
gist, PostoiBce, Willamette reet, between
Seventh and Higbth,
HENDRICKS, T. G. Dealei In general mer-
chandiae northwest corner W ulamett and
Ninth streets. -HODES,
C Keeps on hand fine wines, Ho,
iiors, cigars and a pool and billiard table;
Willamette street, between Eighth and
'Ninth; - : . . .
HORN, CHAS. M. Gunsmith. Rifles and
shot-guns, breech and muszle 1 orders, for saiea
Repairing done in the neatest style and war'
- ranted. Shop on 9th street
LUCKEY, J. S. Watchmaker and Jeweler;
keeps a fine stock of goods in his line, Willam
ette street, In fclLwortli s drug store.
McCLAREN, JAMES - Choice, wines, liquors,
and cik'ars Willamette street, between Eighth
PATTERSON, A S.-A fine stock of plain
and fancy vutting cams.
PRESTON, WM. Dealer in oadJlerv, Har
ness, Carriage trimmings, etc. w illamette
street between Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICE A new stock of standard
school books just received at the post ottice.
REN3HAW. WM.-WlnM, Liquors, and Ci
gars of the best (Jimmy kept constantly ou
hand. The best billiard table in town.
REAM, J. R. Undertaker and building con
tractor, norner Willamette and seventn
RHINEHART, J. B.- House, sign and car
riage painter, w uric gi-arnnteeu nrt class.
Stock aold at lower rutes thun by anyone iu
ST. CHARLES HOTEL-Charles Baker.
iirojirii-l nr. Ihe best Hotel in the city.
Corner Willamette and Ninth streets.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES -A large and varitd
assortment of slates of nil sizes, and quantities
of .lates and slate-books. Three doors north
of the express ottice.
WALTON, J. J. Attorney-at-Law. Offlca-
Willamette street, between oeventu anu
Eighth. . .
alvays Curos anrr never dlsap
volnts. The wor: J's groat Paln
Reliever for &taa and Beast.
Cheap, qulok and reliable.
Is not Narcotic. Children
.grow fat upon, Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
CASTORIA. It regulates tho
Bowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fcverlsluiess, and do
WEI SE METER'S CA
TARRH Core, a Constitutional
Antidote for this terrible mala
, by Abaorptlon. The moa
Important Diaooyery slnoe Vac"
Sanation. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh, iris oures at
any stage before Consumption
BVMDTflM9 OP A
Lots of Appetite, Bowels cost ve, Palo In
toe Head, with a dull sen tion In the
back part. Pain under the Bhoulder
blade, fullness after satins;, with a disin
clination to exertion if body or nlnrt.
Irritability of tempt-r, Low spirits, with
a feeling of baring nealoct-'d some duty,
weariness, Disuuea, i luttenng at the
Heart, DoU before the eves. Ye! low Bkln,
Beadaobe eenera'ly over the right eye,
Bestieseness, with tUui dl Bis, blgol
colored Urine, and
TTTTS PILMare eoperlally adapted t
Sarh eases, one doee eeTreta aorh a change
f feellna-a. toa.tanUh Ihe aufr.rer.
Tbr le.r.ae. U. ppIISe,anil t the
eorir ui vl rir.i.. ihe erwrn is
eoeiteh.d. arKl nr ll"ir Volr Arlloa on tb.
HseMlv. ti.amua. Keculr x.l. ar pro
dud. Price J. emu. a-t fl.nny a., n. v.
TUTPS WM DVE.
Oaay H.tsoa Wktvufiui rti.n.M lr a Oiier
Black bjr aienrlaiirf,faiM'n'f to-. Ir.. Illm
parta a natural color, art. l-itr.ntn"IV. ".-Id
fcv Unmiau. or avnt 1 1 if-s o iwme of i.
erntT, s m nnaT wt xv.v tobk.
(a, titts lisrak vwii. l-fau.i y
beW IMS. a a luit .,tM-j
- A tribute to tht memory of Robert Cochran,
who died Jan. 9, 1833; onmpostd by Mist Eu
genie DeSpain, by request of her friend and
his slater, Mm. L. Mcilurryi
With sorrow wt'vt laid htm to rtt,
A brother, husband, ton,
A futher kind, a noblt friend and true,
Wt'vt lost; but heavtn hath won)
Earth needed mors of tucb as bt,
And yet God knoweth best,
And though our longing hearts rebell,
Wt know that he it happy, ltt him rest
Ht lived at too tew live
At peace with all his fUow-msn,
At peace with God and self,
E'er striving sternal lift to gain;
He died at tuo few die,
With bilghtest hope, of lift beyond tht veil,
Wfl.re never mora earth's cares oppress
And envy, sin and strife do nst assail
God grant that wt may meet him onoe again
W litre all tht good and purs togethtr dwell,
Untroubled by tht votaries of sin,
And nevtr mora tht bitterness of death to
Wt ask no hr'ghter heaven than that, '
When wt shall meet tin loved, wbo'vt goo
before, ' ' ' "
Shall walk with them tht heavenly streets,
And owell in peace together ever more.
Sleep sweetly near thy childhood's home,
Tht same grand hills that teemed to guard
Shall stand sternal sentinel o'er thy gravt,
Unchanging and unchanged always.
The same bright tun that shone
O'er all tht change of intervening yean,
Shall cause tweet flowers to bloom above thet
To glad t'en eyes suffused with tears.
Yet, brother, we would bavt thee rest,
Though care and wot art left for us to bear,
And though tht mid teems darker than be
Since thou can't never mora our sorrow
soothe cr share,
We feel that ont mure light shall shine,
That out mora form shall rtand
And reach glad hands to welcome ui
At wt near tht ihcres of tht tunny land.
Food Rtformrr Ko. J.
Creswell, March 21, 1863.
Editor Guard: We ore a nation of
dyHpcptics. The American race niunt
orrtfKt its dyspeptio tendency, or die
out Already in some parts of the
States the birllm are not equalling the
deaths. Digestion Dieting the prepara
tion of the food for r.sbimilatiDti. It
comprehends inxalivation, so' u lion, chy-
mificution, chylificntion and alration.
Insalivation is the first act of digestion.
Every particle of food shonld lie niin
jjled with saliva, or digestion cannot be
properly performed, .
Men who use their drains on other
Huhjects snem to think little on this
subject. Indeed, such is our ignorance
of digestion that it is of . very littlo use
to give directions to most people until
k'H3 qf health compels them to think.
Bu( the- attention of many would djult-
less he arrested, if they could observe
the process of digestion. If we could
sit lieside Dr. Beaumont and look into
the stomach of St. Matin, our lirst ob
servation wculd he that the inner sur
face of the stomach lies in folds, and
when empty its sides collnpse and meet
each other. When a portion of food is
introduced the folds close upon it, and
by a gentle musculnr motion, diffuse It
throughout the cavity, mingling it with
the gastric juice that is continually ex
uding from littln vessels which have
their orifices all over the mucous mem
brane. This action continues from
fifty to fifty-five) seconds, and then the
coats relax and are ready to receive
another portion, upon which they act
in the same manner. This gives us a
pretty exact indication of the time thai
ought to elapse between the swallowing
of the several mouthful, about a min
ute., Again, limiid foods require the
saiiio amount of time as solid food.
But how many of ourOregonians allow
a whole minute to elapse between our
separate mouthfuli of soup or musli
and milk. We may not be able to say
how much of it gets masticated, but,
judging from appearance, it must go
down in pretty much the same condi
tion in which it is taken into the mouth,
and when we eat in this manner it
manifests itself by the fueling of op
pression, the generation of gases and
the aocidifided eructation. If the di
gestive organs are, strong the whole of
the offending mass may be thrown up;
but if this is not the case the mass will
probably I run off in a diarrhea. The
roan who has any rational care fcr his
health eats slowly; and the Christian
who has a proper fueling of responsi
bility to his Maker for the welfare of
soul or body eats slowly. People who
allow .themselves to be worked np into
great hurry should never eat while
in that condition. The vital powers
are all enlisted in the matters that
have been' tinder, ! consideration, and
they are not ready to supply'the Indis
pensable gastrio jui jo. Sometimes those
who are starting on a journey have to
hurry ther eating in order to -reach tht
depot in time for the cars. Now ' this
is all wrong; better to start on an emp
ty stomach thsn to hurry our eating;
better put some food in your coat pock
et and eat it on the train than to do
any of these things. The temperature
of the stomach has much to do with
the rapidity of gastrio action.' One
hundred degrees Fahrenheit is the nor
mal eternal heat It the temperature
of the stomach. is reduced by a.drink
of cold water, and if food be iff the
stomach at the time, the process of di
gestion is stopped, gradually to be re'
sumed as the rest of the system is able
to impart sufficient warmth to restore
the ilprmal temperature. 'Hot drinks
are ai injurious as cold; and mere is
no people in the world who so general
ly swallow tea and coffee hot enough
to scald the throat as the Oregonians.
An Englishman or a German would re
gard such a habit as absolutely suicidal,'
and he would stand amazed to see
Americans so recklessly jeopardize
health and life. We are all living
aroi.g, eating wrong and drinking
wrong. Now I would say in conalu
sion that we "cease to do evil and learn
to do well," is the divine philosophy.
In few things are human beings more
prone to do evil and more regardless of
all health than in their eating and
drinking. I write these articles for
nity. I anr
the sake of suffering humanity.
yours for health and happiness, most
truly. Tiiomas Beuiiaw.
In i Panlf.
"Gentlemen, I just long to be there."
"Why in one of those panics at the
theater. Yes, sir, I'd give a new twenty
lollar bil to be in the theater one night
when there was any occasion for a
"Whyf : v,
"Why, because one cool, level-headed
man could stop the thing as easily as.
you could end up that btfrrel of flour."
"Well, I duno about that, observed
one of the sitters. "There, is something
awfu) in the cry of fire, and, hear it'
when and where you ' may, it startles
and frightens you. ' What would you
do in a theater in case there was a cry
of fire and a rushl"
"I'd stand upon my seat, pull a re
volver from my pocket, and shout out
that I'd shoot the first man who at
tempted to crowd or rush. One cool
man would chesk tjiejmnio in ten sec
onds." " '
While the subject was being discussed
the grocer went to the rear end of the
store, poured a littlo powder on a board
and gave three or four men the wink.
Directly there was a bright flash, yells'
of "fire.!" and "powderl" and every man
sprang" up and rushed. Joe didn'c
jump up and talk of shooting. On ther;
contrary, he fell over, a lot of baskets','
piled between biiu and the door, got up
to plow his way over a pack of brooms, '
and when he reached the sidewalk he1
was ou alt fours, white as a ghost, and
so frightened that he never looked back
until hn reached the opposite side of
The President is taking good care of.
ihe Republican Congressmen who were','
rejected by the people last fall. Three
of them Darral, of Louisiana; Wil
liams, of Wisconsin, and Jorgensen, of,
Virginia have I wen appointed Regis
trars of Land Offices, in wich there arn.r
millions for an unscrupulous politician.
Since Miss Susan E Anthony has;
fallen heir to considerable property ..
they even go so far as to say that she'.1
isn't very old. Money hasn't lost its
grip in this country yet, ;,
A petition is being circulated to have
l - CJ..I Aif - f . ...
tut- oni'iin poHtomos inovea to ueeq s
building. First they quarreled over
the postmastership, and now they want
to dictate. . '
Almost the only redeominz feature of
the work of. the Congress that has ex ;
pired was the reduction of letter ponV' .
I age from three cents to two. '