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ESTABLISHED FOR T1IB DISSEIMT1M OP DEMOCRATIC PRWCIPIES, AND TO EAUS AN HONEST LIVING BT TM SWEAT OF OCR BROW.
WHOLiU NO. 80$
Hit (Somite City a'torl
I. L. bAMPBELL,
Publishir and Proprietor.
. FrICR-Oa thifcutside of Willamette.
BMt between Seventh and Kighth Street
. Advertisement inserted as foltows :
as square, 10 linos or lu, one imtertioa (3;
task subsequent insertion ft Club required in
kJvsiios. . . . ' .1 .
Time advertisers wiH be charged the fol-
swim fates,: ...
ns squars three month. .'. .. .'. to 00
" U month.-..... 8 00
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Transient nfttioesttt local oolutnn, SO cent per
he far each insertion.
Advertising bills will be rendered quarterly.
All ioh work mutt be raw fob on prliyskt.
Jdee Beun -From J a. a. to T p. m. Hunilaye
. I M to M p. ,
Hail arrives from th. south an-1 leaves rolnn north
la m, Arrive! irora n'iri.11 i yi- wviiik
th t J-.SS p. 'or Sinislsw, KraiiWin sn1 1 opk
rn. alwtt I oi Weluslr. rot urai
Ills, Oamp Or- anl Brownsvills at I r.M.
Letter will brVy f-vilMlvwy half n,lioi
: .f tr.hu. letter nholll J He left el tl'
RiKiKNa lAixta .No II. A. F. and A. M.
MeeU first ana IMtrt WeweMu
ilaya in each
HrmcfTta Bttb Uho No. 9 t. O.
n V MnUHtrf TuosdaV (.veiling.
Wt.urni.i F.HrjkrT So. 6i
its on the llsnd ttli WelnesiUys in uneli monlli.
Koubxk Uwr., No. 15, A. O. IT. W.
lleets at Masonic Hall the second and fourth
Fridays in eacu inonm,
I. M. Sloan. M. W.
KllPATRirn Post, N. 40, O. A. IS.-Meet;
it Masenio II ill, the Krst and tn rd rndaj-s nf
tach month. y orJer, Cojwashlh.
OartK . lTltRE5 FlllEVns.-MreH Vie
S-t .nA thir.1 Satr.rdaV tvcnmi.it al MaMnitf
Halt By order of .1. M. Si.OAS, ( L.
Bum Lodok A
trery Saturday niyht in ih U rellow Hail
K O. Potteii, W. CI. 1.
trADiso Star BaSook Itorit -Mb at the
t) P CJhuruh every Sunday afternoon nt J:Ji).
.'.' Hoimton. Siipt: Miw IVrtlia A t
Supf, Chas. Kill, ''. Mi Ilattw bmlth,
FiK.Uin Vihltort m.vle welcome.
It. t. ithaSXt, AT.nsr. i- mim', euoene.
8TUAUA.N Si UILYCU,
Attflmeys an4 Counsellors at Law,
EIUIKXE VltY, OREGO.V.
rUAirnCK 1NT ALL THE COURTS OF
t thU Stute. They !ve nltelltmli
U eollectionn and inl)te inntVr
Orncf-OverW. F. 4 Co.' lisprctm i'Swt
GS3, S. Washburnc,
ItUiIENB CI I V. - - OKKCON
tJCiico formerly iwcupicJ by Thoiniwon &
CEO. M. MILLER)
ittarfla aal CdiasaHor-at-Law, r.nd
Real Estate AgcttU
kUGENE CITY, - - - ORLUON.
OFFICE-TWO doom norlh (if P3t 0.H :e.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
OfflcAdjjiiiij Charles. Hotel,
OH AT TIIK -
Physician, SurirJi and Actauchsur.
(Fonnirly of Yamhill Ooui':ty.)
RESIDENCE -Two d.Hr o,it'.i of M. E.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not profeasionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street) opposite Tresby
DR. E. G. CLARK,
(Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College.)
EUGENE CITY. OUEGoX.
GOLD FILLINGS A SPECIALTY.
Artificial teeth made to order. Teeth
extracted without pain. All work fully war
ranted. Office .in brick building over the
D. T. Pritchard,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
"pEPAIRING OF WATCHES AND
IX CLOCKS executed with punctuality
ad at a reasonable cuet
Willamette St., Eugene City, Oregon.
J. S. LUCKEY,
Clicks, Wacnas, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Execute!.
KsTAU Tork Warraated.jT
J. 8. LUCKF.i.
I lawn nh k Co. 'a hrirk Willamette street
E3T A GENERAL J
A large assortincnt of La
dies and Childrens Jfose at
12 1-2 ds.
Good Dress Uoods at 12o
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
New Departure ! !
TWO ESICESS !'
OSiBE AM) OS.S3l32:',2?,e,
pATROXIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T .BUILD YOUR BKIDHES. ROADS AND
1 SCHOOL HOl.BES, whone interest r.t'e your iuUir'nsta ! Arc jierinulieMtly l-wated and
jpend their proliU at liOiriei Take uotiue that.
Will sell good Ur CASH at gently reduced prices, as low as any ether CASH STORE;
Best PrinU lb and IS yurds. .
Rent ltfhwn and BL-aohcd Mlwilns, f, S, 9, aud
I.IAi'ks an 1 Brdohs upool ootti'a ." c'tn per Dor.
Plain and Milled FlititieU, 25, 3.i; 1.". an.l 50
Wator fr w . r'ui.U
Fino White Shirts, 76 ofci aud 6)
And aM Other Cosdo at
A1m tha CelHlir.ueii
AVHTTl: VtN-G lVtAOHlXlS !
V .n IwttiT for smn'rth. size, and dir:it.iiitvl. At prratly reduced rates.
-?-lomy old CuMirte'-, h.. hav t.d by me so l ine, I will continue t- sell on same
r:r- nvr-tofrfre on tim?. but jf at any tim they wi.h to make CASH purchase.. T will Kive
ll sni. an others, the full credit oh my reduction A. V PETERS
1HB LiEilCAT AXD OXtT t'OMFLETR
HOISE OX THE
PAUMER &z BEY, S
205 & 207 Icit&doiE ; ami
fa hunt cr t?! !.'.' Si-e-'t
Mil. Coit. t-tet i.r w.i a wi.t
ttt:nirfi at o, mnint'.s net ic UIlUu
i Crua4er Vrs'i. tvo krvj a vxy irt9 utotlt ct vr ribl rtocnod-lcjia frlnUnu
I r auiea rf J1 ci.vvet aiifl r art uV. cheats lior, aafi krp In rtcU, CampbuU
". oiua, aaa FHrlvt, c L'rtcr, Jewel, Qordoo J
Vultlngtcs Jtt-;ra, WaUsattss Baad rreases, bow Baxtar Stoam Euflnas (fast
t tkisa; (or prlntera), T-ioric Water Motors, Gem Pmpr Cutter and a foil Una or
Sanborn's BooUbiaOars f taehbser?. Oar Fidelity Rotler ComposiUon and Pesrlaas
Printlna Inks are considered tbe bast la nsa. Hat. yea asoa ear Perfection BlaUsT
Tbey sava sditortal work aad coaapesUloa, aad taaralora sava sasaay. Bead tor eur
BEUXBBEB-R Boase en this Coast raa canpele with In Qdallly ef Cftodii.
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NOTICE TO SHEEP OWNERS.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
Xx Sheep owner that they liuint dip their
sheep as noon an sheared IF DI.'iEASEO. The
aw makes roviiou that when the owners fail
to do so, that the Insiector shall cause it to be
done at their expense.
8. D. COATS,
Sheep Inspector for Lane Co, Of.
Wttcha d t
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
.mntr.l Northwes corn-r of Willamette
1 and Ly-hth strata.
THIS PAPEB, rWE'eVp
tcairaow us' i m-W
EUGENE CITY, OK, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1883.
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
The finest stock of French
fiver brought to this place.
BOOTS and SHOES
''n all grades
of all descriptions.
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 81, 73 ctn niid $1.
New Asdortnieiit Drsss Goods (Nd Traah) 15,
20 unil 2,i cts.
fcuii' Untierwcn, siiirts ahd Drawers, CO ct
Mer.s'OvrliirU, 75 cts. and 51.
Mens' Overalls, 50, 05, 75 cts and 81.
Emhroi, lories and Edgins at Palmiout
T1TB fOl'.N'PBY Ahb rfeMTEsU W.
ESS0K3 TO PillW & ROT'
Scotoh Type Founders,
529 Commercial Streets,
SVN' niAXCSaco, cal.
of ArsTSen r.mtr Trp r kort on
tj w-j A Riciaril'j Soetch yr, and
lu Mxm' tn. fir bnrfkin . .
Groceries "J Provisions,
Will keep on band general assortment of
Groceries, Provinions, Cured Meats,
fobacco, Cigars, Candies.
Candles; War, Notions,
Green and Dried Fruits.
Wood and Willow Ware.
linsinsss will be conducted on a
CASfi B ASS,
Which mean, that
Low Prices ire Esfabll&hed
Goods dtlirtrfd vitliout fcar;t to Cojn
Kil KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTlf
Y-T which we w'ul iy the Liuh"trrsrlet i
prire. i.K I VA.K
BETTMAN, O. Dry goods, clothing,
groceries and ireneral merchandise, southwest
corner Willamette and Eighth streets.
BOOK STORE-One door south of the Astnr
House. A full stock of assorted box papers
plain and fancy.
CRAIN BROS.-IValer in Jewelry, Watch
es, Clocks and Musical Instruments-Wib
. lametto street, between Seventh and Eifhth.
CALLISON, R. G. Dealer tn groceries, pro.
visions, country produce, canned eooila. hooka.
stationery, etc., southwest cornvr Willamette
and 9ih Sts.
DORRIS, K F. -Dealer lu Stoves and Tin
antre AVillamette street, between rieventh
FRIENDLY, a. II. -Dealer in dry goods,
clothing and general merchandise Willam
ette street, between Eighth and Ninth.
GILL, J. P. Physician, Surgeon and Drug
gist, Poetoffice. Willamette Veet, between
Seventh and Eighth.
HENDRICKS, T. O.-Dealei in general mer
chandise northwest corner Willamette and
HODES, C Keeps on hand fine wines, Ho,
uors, cigars aud a pod and billiard table;
Willamette street, between Lulith and
HORN, CHAS. M.-Ciiiipmith. Rifles ar.J
shot-ifims, breech andinuzzlcloxden, for saie
Repairing done in the neatest style and war" 1
rauted. Shop on IHh street
LUCKEY, J. 8. Watchmaker and Jeweler;
Keeps a nne stock ol goods In las line, illam-
ette street, in Lllswortlrs drug store.
McCLAREN, JAMES- Choice, wines, liquors,
and cigars -W'illuiustte st reet, betweeu Eighth
PATTERSON, A. S.-A fine stock of plain
snu luncy vi.Hiiiug cuius.
PRESTON, WM. -Dealer in eaddlery, Har
ness, Carriago 'I'rimmings, etc. Willamette
street, between bvventli and Lighth.
POST OFFICEA new stock of standard
school books just received at the post otlice.
RENSHAW, WM.-Wines. Liquors, and Ci
gars of the best quality kept constantly on
hand. The bet billiard table in town.
REAM, J. R. Undertaker and building con
tractor, corner ti illuiuttte and Seventh
RHINEHART, J. House, s!gn and car
riage p.unter. orlc guaranteed firi-t clans.
Stock sold at lower rates thuti by anyone in
ST. CHARLES HOTEL Charles Baker.
Iu-oprietor. 'I he best Hotel in the city,
.'onier Willamette and Nintn streets.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES -A large ahd varifd
assortment of slates of all sizes, and quantities
of jlatcs and slate books. Three doors north
of the rjjim'Bs nflice.
WALTON, J. J.-Attoroey-at-Law. Office-
Willamette street, lielween beventu and
alys Caros nal xiovor disnji"
points. TIiovtotZ-'s Croat Paia"
ltelievor for Una. nn:l Zioaat.
Cheap, quloU and roliabla.
la uot Narcotic. Children
prow fat upon, Mother: liltc,
CASTOKLY. It rcsruiatcstho
Ilowels, cures AVind Colic,
allays FcverishncHi, and de
bt roys AVorms.
WEI DE MEYER'S CA
TARRH Cnro, a Constitutional
Antidote) for this torriblo mala
dy, ly Adsorption. The mot
Important Discovery since Vao
sanation. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh, tlis onreii at
any stogo before Consomptioa
CYK5PTGW3 Of A
Loss of Appetite, Bowels cost ve. Fain In
the Head, witi ft Ooil sus-tion in tne
back pnt, Pam under tho Bhoulder
blade, fullness aftor tftiinr, with a dlsin.
cli nation to exertion
Irritabilit7 of temp. r. Low spirits, with
on t D'oy cr nim.
feeling of having neglect A torus riuty,
wtin .au, uiuiatr-, xiui'-ncn b mo
Heart, Dou be tore the eyes. Yellow 6kln,
Headache genoraiy ever th- right eye,
V-esuessness, wita ttial dl tus, highly
colured Urine, and
SIMIMMI, I TT.T."! S-TITMrTT B
Tt'JT'J i'lLLSnre r-iwri.illyndapted r
fueh ene, opb dine elTect s .ai-h a ehaugs
f feellnf as It sMmunh tbe suflurer.
Tlier InT-m the AtPlte.siil csn.e the
borlr tmU at L-M. Jims li e svulem Is
rti.Ml. n I uf II -t Ti.ie AHioa on Ihs
VlxmUtr Oitius n.erl-T Mo! are pro.
dutfeL Frio ..t. Jlnr.ii S.I.. It. T.
Blace tT a.rci"iirMi'-iif 'rii 1'v::. Inm-
natrta . nl rtrsij i'.r nrta ! f41 ntf Jtri-,! y. HrAA
hy Draxricu. or by iif cu rcurtpt cftl i
smrsTirr it i P V I V IT- Kt:W t OniL
Kf w ionic
1 tan ffi twi
Food Rfformrr-Xo. i
Editor Guard: It is a mystery to
A great many peopl, how and liy what
lut-ans so Wmny pt'rons die of paraly'
m and aiwplf xy. It is not at all ditil
cult to see how and liy what moans we
brinj our physical frames into lin
healthy conditions. It is only where
we have deviated from the tmo line,
and have brought upon ourselves- habits
that are destructive, that we find our
selves suffering in the direction of
health and longevity. A great many
of our eminent men are carried off by
these diseases namely, apoplexy and
paralysis. We could mention the
names of Rev. Clintf, Elliott, U D.,
Horace Greeley, Chas. Dickens, Sena
tor Morton of Indiana, and many others
wo might notice; some in our own
county ono or two deaths near Cresn-
well during the pant winter. Now the
causes which produce these disease are
many. The habitual umi of stimulants,
narcotics, aud ardent spirits tend to
produce an over-fullness of the blood
vessels Of the brain, gluttonous habits
of eating and drinking. Tuke the case
of Clias. Dickens. The brain work
that he performed was immense. He
used wine and meat liWally, disre
garded the higns of structural decay,
and forced his brain to do what it once
did with ease, until, under a greater
tension than ordinary, a weak vessel
gave way and flooded the brain with
blood. If Senator Morton had been
taught to use grains and fruit as a sta
ple food, instead of beef, loiters, soft-
shelled crabs and oysters, he no doubt
would have been a1ive and well, instead
of lying in his grave.
The Acessive use of common salt
also tends to produce these diseases. It
takes th elastio strength out of the
blood vessels of the brain, and often
when there l!) ii rush of hldiU to the
head a rupture ia apt to take place,
blood ih poured out, and a clot is formed
which produces paralysis. No vessels
are so frequently ruDtured ns those
which carry blood to the brain and
why? Because the elasticity is taken
out of the blood vessels of the bruin
by tho excessive use of salt, When
water-holeft are wrak prudence avoids
forcing too strongly into them. Proper
regulations in eating and drinkilig are
the only nir ans to bo relied on for pre
vention. When advancing age puts a
check upon exercise; a decided check
should be put upon daily consumption
of food. Otherwiso an accumulation
of surplus blood .must result. Men
past tho middle age of life who exer
cise very little often eat as freely of
nutritous food as in their younger days.
This is extremely dangerous, producing
too great a tension on the vascular sys
tem. To keep down superfluous blood.
vegetable food is tho best. Animal
fooil makes blood with dangerous ra
pidity. No mun who will lie careful
of his eating end dribking will ever
have paralysis, or any form of it. If
we want to steer clear of paralysis And
kindred diseases, we must live on un
bolted flour and fruit) with milk) take
a Satli once or twice A week; live out
of doors when the wentlier will permit J
take plenty of rest, Use rlo salt, meat
or greasi tf ariy kind, be cheerful and
happy, and yoil never will have par
alysis. 1 II0MAS HKL8IIAW.
CRnsswuLL, March 31, 1863.
, Firemen's Association. A copy of
a pan'plet has been sent to this otlice,.
we think by Major Frank E. Hodgkin,
giving the proceedings of the last an
nual meeting of the Firemen's Associ
ation of Oregon, t6gether with the con
stitution aud by-laws, ahd rules govern
ing In! stats tcSniiriifiiii. sue next
meeting of this association will be held
in Salem on the 12th and 16th of nerft
June, under the auspices of the Sajera
i . i i , .
The Shuttle Jleiald says: There is
ni grx.d reason, except a lack of enter
prise, to prevent Puget Sound from le-
ing the 1 irge.-.t shipbuilding location on
the American continent. It lias supe
rior advantages for the development of
such an industry, but lacks capital and
The bills of the new National Bank
1 Yakima City bear upon them a vig-
nptte of the ce.le.brated "Yakima Cap."
$3.50 per year IM ADVANCE
One oa Ibe Barkeeper.
A few fivenings ago while a half.
dozen gentlemen were standing at the
bar of ono of tho most fashionablo up
town saloons, a well dressed, good-looking
stranger entered the room and
walked straight to the bar and addressed,
the barkeeper in language like the fol
lowing: "Stranger, I am. in a very, very btj
condition. I want a drink; I must
have a drink, but I am compelled to
make the humiliating statement that I
am unable at present to pay for it. If,
you will be kind enough to favor mo
in my extremity you shall m paid, sir."
"We don't keep whisky to give away
here," was tho blunt reply of the lar
keeper. Tho stranger begged, but tho
barkeeper was inexorablo and even
rude. The mild mannered stranger
turned to tho gentlemen who had lieen
witnesses to the conversation and said:
"dehtlemen, you are all Btranwr". to
me, but would one of you be kind
enough to loan me the price of a drink t
I will pay it back."
One of the parties addressed handed
the stranger fifteen cents."
He stepped to the bar and asked:
"Now, can I have a drink t"
"Yes," said the liarkeeper, "anybody
can get a drink for the money here."
"I thought so," said tho stranger.
Tho liottle of "red licker" was placed
on the bar; the stranger filled his glass
"A little bitters in there, if you
pleuse," said the stranger. Then when.
the bitters were furnished, ho asked for
a larger glass of water, w hich was also
set up. The stranger drank his bever-
tge and then turned to the man who
loaned him the money and said:
"Stranger, I make it a point of honor
to pay borrowed money lieforo t pay
whisky bills; here is your fifteen cents;
I am greatly obliged for the loan;" and
so saying ho walked out. Tho dated
barkeeper, seeing that he was Bold and
that tho laugh was on him, ran to the
door and call.nl to the stranger to coma
back. The stranger returned and in
quired: "What do you wantl" Tho
barkeeper replied: "That was a cutej
trick you played, and I own up thai
yoU cauidit nte. Th drinks are on me.
What will you take!" "Excuse iu"e;
sir," replied tho strangor, "I drink only
with gentlemen; 1 cannot drink with
you,' and the mysterious stranger
walked away, leaving the barkeeper td.
wonder whether it would not be better
to give a stranger one drink than to
be caught by a trick and have to "set
them up" to a whole crowd.
Maxon's Disappearance. In rela
tion to the disappearance of S. II. Max
on from Vancouver, recently, the Reg-(
ister contains tho following additional,
facts : It seertis that he disappeared
last Thursday night, exactly oiie year
from the day J. M. Fletcher was missed
ill tlie same maimer. Maxon left a,
letter, bidding e-veryliody good byo, and
stating that he was1 to tight a duel that
night at 12 o'clock; that if ho wa not
killed he would come back ; but not to
search for him, for they would never,
find him. This, with other portions of -the
hittter, leads to the bolief that hi
committed suicide whilo temporarily,
insane. He left his watch, rings, and
his best clothing, and requested that
all of his effects lo sent to his two
children east of the mountains. Hit
father offers a reward of $100 for posi-,
tivo evidence concerning the missing'
man's whereabouts, or for tho recovery
of hid Imdy. It is said that his life
was insifred for quite a handsome stfm.
which he requested in his letter should
1)0 rtid to his children. Mr. Mtxon
was a quiet, soW, industrious' than
aiid had many friends.
Tacoma Ledger : Fourteen of the
most intelligent children belonging to
the Puyallup reservation schojl were
transferred to the Indi in training school
at Forest Grove, Oregon, last week. A'
number of the children sent there three)
years ago have returned, and these
weri sent to fill the acancy. The ob
ject of sending them there is to remove
them from the influence of the older
Indians, and thus hasten the civilizing '
'process inaugurated by the govern'n,en4