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ESTABLISDED FOB TUB DISSEIIJUTIM OF DEMOCRATIC FilXJIPLES, HD TO EiM IX UOXEST LITIX6 BT TOE IWE1T OF OCt HOW.
WHOLE NO. 801
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1883.
$2.50 per year IHtLY'ME
Cftt (Sugrnr City unrd.
I. L. CAMPBELL,
Publisher and Proprietor.
FFICE-On the But side of Willamette,
fareet between Seventh aad Eighth Strata.
OX) 11 OSLt
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letter, will b. rea.lv funlolivery Iml ran hour after
arrival of trsias. T.eUer.hoHM be left sttli. ulfln
tm hoar Before man. nrran.
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MU on the Wan 4tU Wednesday, in enrli month.
KoS Ti'lH. No. IS, A. O. U. W.
MeoU t Maeollie lMlthe second alld fourth
r4daye in each month.
J, M. Sloan-. M. .
kt SlAitanio II ill. tlm fiwt fcd third 1-riday of
ench month. Byordor, Coiimankf.r.
Ordkb or CiKwrM Fkifxi.
rt and tlilrd Snturday -vi-nini' nt Minnie
1U1L By ordnr t J- M. LoAS, (1 (..
BCTTI Lowk S.v 3G7, I. O . O. T. MoeU
,y.rr Saturday nijnt In Odl leHnw Hal!.
E. O. P.ITTKB, V. t . 1.
I.Kxnm Staa Band or Itoi-e -Mertn at the
I! p Church everv Siftiday Mtf numn at S:30.
j' F. Hounton. Siipt.: Miw Ili'rtha Cook, Ah t
Supt; Ch Hill, Secy. Mi" Hattie Smith.
Chaplain. ViitrM made welcome.
R. g. TRAHA, A I. BANT. U BILYEV, KLKIXB.
KTItAllA & MLYCU,
Attorneys anJ Counsellors at Law,
KiraK.VK orrv, oiuxioN.
PRACTICE tV ALL THE COU11TS OF
tlii 8Ute. They trfve mwcial attuntn.n
U eollectlnne arid probate matt"Tn.
Ornct-OverW. K. k Co.'i Expreea m-
Ceo. S. VVashburne,
itUUEXKCirV. - - - OKEfJON
me formerly ocjmue.1 by Thompson &
GEO. M. MiLLffl,
Attsnay aai CaasjlloMt-Liw, and
i2cai Rotate Jgent.
ICGKNKCITY, ' - - - OREGOV.
OFFICE Two doM north of Post Otfiw.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
Offic Adpi in St Charles Hotel,
- OR AT THI BET
DaUO 8T0.1E OF HATES aad MIC1ET.
DR. JOHN NIC KLIN,
Physician, Suriaon and Accoucheur.
(Forranty of Yamhill County.)
RESIDENCE -fTvo d.xr south of M. E.
DR. JOSEPH l (JILL,
CAN BE FOITXO AT HIS OFFICE cr we
idenos when not professionally eued.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG S-TOBE.
Residence on Kitfhth itreet, opp-xiite IWy
fuT. E. G. CLARIC,
(Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College.)
RlTCRN-R riTY. . - OUEGci.V.
GOLD FILLINGS A SPECIALTY.
Artificial teeth tuxlo M of!", leeth
extracted withont All work fully war
ranted. Office in brick building over the
Uranire tre. m
D. T. Pritchard,
WATCHMAKER AN3 JEWELER.
REPAIRING OF WATCHES AND
CLUCKS executed with punctuality
and at a reaaonable cost.
Willamette St., Eugene City, Oregon,
J. S. LOCKEY,
Clicks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
EU.TO rtk k Co.. M'k WUlarnett itreA
A large assortment of La-
dies ana unuarens nose az
12 1-2 cts.
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
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 descriptions.
Liberal Discount for
New Departure ! !
2? WO SP'ESrZOSS I
I PATRONIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T . BUILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
SCHOOL HOUSES, whose intereet are your internet. 1 Are permanently located and
enil their profit, at borne. Take notice that.
A V. PETERS,
Will sell goods for CASH at rreatly reduced prices, a. low a any other CASH STORE.
Beat Prints lb and 18 yards $1 00
Best Brown and DbacheJ Muslins, Jt 8, 9, and
CUrks and Brook, .pool cotton 75 cts jier Dot
IVii and Milled Flranels, 2.r, 35: 4.' and 50
Water Proo , cents
Fino Wiltc Shii-ts, 75 cts and 81.
Fine Cheviot Shirts. (9, "JcUand SI,
New Assortment Dreae Gooils (No Trash) 15.
20 and 25 cU
Mens' Underwear, Shirts and Drawer, 50 ct
MenOvershirta, 75 cU and 81.
Men.' Overalls, 60,65, 75 cts and 81.
Embroideries and Edgin. at Fabulott Low
And a!l Other Coeds at ProDortionate Ratt.
ALio the Celebrated
AVHITK SK yiNO ArAHPTTTCTT! t
Vox- lutter for sfrmi'.'th. size, and durability), At grrratly reduced rates.
c-rr lomy om usrome-s, wno nave stood hv me so I me, I will continue t- sell on same
.rw as heretofore on tim. I.nt if at any time they wish to make CASH purchases. I will irive
TUB LlKilUT ASD OUT COMPLETE T1PE FOCMIST AHl fKUTEBf W
nwtsK oa thk rAtinc coast.
i T3 A TT TTTCT3 JP TTa TCITr SDCCtSSOSS TO MIUiB & RICHAr
,&-J&.JLiUL&iJLi Ci &J 3. 9 Scotch Type Foundeas,
! 205 is 207 Lcidesdoif , and 529 Cccimercial Streets,
l.'d UuNROt. SlTRCCT. EA-' ACI5CO, CAL.
TT heap on hand tb torwrt Boe!t of Ariirlcan ru. Tvm mvr tl
nit Ctart, Utvxhut willj a cns.pwv kiocV. t Aiti'.or A iUcbaxd's Scetck Tr, antf
cm Itn-aikjt at a aumeat'i aoCeo aaytkins in ttio Pi tctora' Bao from a betfkia to a
CirUttaer Preaa. Wo hava a vory atoc oi Ketr aa4 aeetna4iaa4 Frtotlat
r-mnn. e all make anj alma. are sole acnta tor, aa4 kv in itotJc, CaaipbeU
Cyllafcr Pmw CottreU e Sabcock ditto, alM roarleai, CUptmr, Jawal, Ooraon ao4
WaahiBctm Jobbers, Waehlagtea Ras Preasea, aew Baxter Bteaia Caglaea IJu.t
ta tains for prlatara), Tuarlc Water Motor., Oea Paper Outtara aad a full ttaa of
Saabera'a BooKblBdera' MacUnaey. Osr rideuty Bolter CwpeilUo. aad Paanaat
Priatlac lafca ara eanslderad tba boat la aaa. Itava yea ad ear PorfaeUoa alataaf
Taey aara editorial work aad eempealUea, aad toarafora aara taoaey. Saad far aur
SCKEBBEB-R Inie a tfcla Cea.l cam raniprte with a. la Qaallly f Caada.
NOTICE TO SHEEP OWHERS.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIEN TO ALL
J3I Sheep owner, that they mnt dip tlieir
sheep a. as ahetred IF DISEASED. The
aw mukn proviaiona that when the owuers fiJl
to do so, that the In.Jiector .hall cause it to be
done at their exiienae.
8 D. COATS,
Sheep Inspector for Ijue Co, Or.
Musical inttrumenti, Toys, Notiom, etc
Watches, Hocks, and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. North wert corner of Willamette
and Eighth atreeta.
this pap ee rfV.fuTirrs:p
BKTTMAN, 0. Dry gooda, elothinc,
(rruceriea and reneral merchandise, aouthwast
comer Willamette and Eighth atxeeU.
BOOK STORE-On. donr aouth of the A.tor
liooae. A full stock of attorted bos papen
plain and fanry.
CRAIN BROS.-Dealer Ih Jewelry, Watch
a, Clock, and Musical Instrum.nt.-Wll.
lametta itrect. between Seventh and Eighth.
CALLISON. R. O.-Dealer In Krocenea, pro
rlalont, country produce, canned good., booka,
itationery, etc., aouth weat evrner Willamette
aad Sth Sta.
DORRIS, B. F. -Dealer in Btovea and Tin
ware- Willamette itreet, between Seventh.
FRIENDLY. S. IL-Dealer la dry fooda,
clothing anil general In eroli an di VV ulam-
tta itreet, between Eighth and Ninth.
GILL, J. P. Physician, Surgeon and Drug-
gist, Poetoflire. Willamette reel, between
Seventh and Eiuhth.
HENDRICKS, T. G.-Dealej In general mer-
chandiM northwest corner WUlamette and
HODES, C.-Keep. on hand fine wine., liq
nora, cluar. and a pool and billiard table:
Willamette itreet, between Eighth and
HORN, CHAS. M.-Gun.mlth. Rifle and
ahot-uns, breech and muulc loeden, for aaie
Repairing done in the neatest ityle and war
rauted. Miop on inn itreet.
LUCKEY, J. R-Wntchmaker and Jeweter;
keep! a bne stork of gooU in his line, Willam
ette street, In Ellsworth ' tlnig store.
McCLAREN. JAMES - Choice, wines, llouori,
and clnr. -Willamette itreet, between Eighth
PA1TERSON, A S.-A fine itock of plain
and fancy visiting cams.
PRESTON. WM.-Dealer in Saddlery. Har
ness, larnago I niuniings, etc. illamette
street between Seventh and highth.
POST OFFICE-A new itock of standard
school books just received at the post office.
RENSHAW, WM.-Wine., Liquors, and Ci-
f;ars of the best quality kept constantly on
land. The best billiartl table in town.
RHINF.HART, J. B.- House, sign and car
riage painter. ork guaranteed hrst class.
SUH-k sold at lower rates than by anyone in
ST. CHARLES HOTEL-Charlei Baker.
iniprietor. The liest Hotel in the city.
.'oriuT Willamette and Ninth streets.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES -A large and varied
assortment of dates of all .ire., and quantities
of .lutes and slate books. Three door, north
of the express office.
WALTON, J. J. Attorney-at-Law. Office-
illamette street, between seventa and
always Carai aad fcorar dlaap
Hallaver for Una and Baaat
Cheap, qnlok aad rallaola.
la not Narcotic. Children
gTow fat upon, Mothers like,
aud Physicians recommend
CASTOIIIA, It reflates tho
Dowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fevorishncss. and de
WEI BE METER'S CA
TARRH Cnro, Con.tltatioaal
Antidote for tola tarribla mala
ly, oy Aaaorptioa. Tha .
Important DlMorary olnoa Vae
finatlon. Other ramadiae may
rellera Catarrh, thla emrsa at
ny .taga bafer CoMunytloa
Groceries and Provisions.
Will keep on hand a general aaaortmeut of
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies,
Camllef, Hoa), Notions,
Green and Dried Kniita.
Wood and Willow Ware.
Business will be conducted on a
cas: 13 V ii
Which mean, that
Low Prices are established
Coodi dcliwrd vilhont tbar?t to Enyn
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTIC
Yt which we will pay the Wixwtnwket
tnlea. JAB L PAGE
SYMPTOMS OF A
Jjon of A ppetite, Bowels eoatlva. Pain la
tha Head, wttn a dull aerjastion In tba
back part, Pam tinder tha Shoulder
blade, fulinese after eating, with dleln
dilution to exertion i t body or nr.ind,
IrriUbilitT of temper. low epfrlte, with
a feeling of having neglecVd .erne duty,
Wearinesa, Uiilnea, I'lutterlnc at tha
Heart, DoU before tha ayes, Yellow Skin,
Headacha general ly over the right eve.
Bestle..ne.s, with ttful dl ma, aigiU
colored Urina, and
arh cava., ana due effect each a chaaga
of feeling aa to astonish the eaflerar.
Thev li r. Hi patle,i4 the
tmlv lo Tafca aa t'lrali. tin T"
MMrtohea. an4 l.y ilir Ta Aeelaa ee the
IMcvtlv Orwane. Bewalar are pro.
duewt Price A win, fo Ummf ajC. .
TUH'S HAIR DVE.
na.TRtiaoa Ww rawra chanced to a Ouwr
Duct tf Biniippl;ciifoniif in:, lv. JUm-psruaBaiaralcur.M-t.ln.iaiiUneoulr.
br DraciiMa. or arnt by eiprete on iwrtpt of H.
emrr. as nranaT it. xr vaaa.
(. TtTTt l.iril 1 vrtl.
cms a nil a to ariut tar
A St Louii doctor factor recently
turned out rloxrn femnlei doctor As
long, aayi Peck's Sun, as the female
doctors were confined to one or two in
the whole country, and those were only
experimental, we held our peace and
did not complain; ut now that the
collegia are engaged in producing fe
male doctors aa a huaineaa, we rauHt
protect, and in so doing will give a few
reaiione why female doctors will not
prove a paying branch of industry.
In the first place, if they doctor any
body it must be women, and three
fourths of the women would rather
have a male doctor. Suppose thoe
colleges turn out female doctors until
there are as many of them as there are
male doctors, what have they got to
practice onf A man, if there waa noth
ing the matter with him, might call in
a female doctor, but if he was sick as
a horse (if a man is sick he is sick as a
horse), the last thing he would have
around him would be a female doctor.
And why t Bocauso, when a man has
a female fumbling around him he wants
to feel well. He don't want to be bil
ious or fevt-rlh, with his mouth tastini;
like cheeae and his eyes bloodshot,
when the female is looking over him
and taking account of stock.
Of course, tliene fnmala doctors are
all young and good looking, and if one
of them came into a sick room where
a man was in bed, and he had chills
and was cold as a wedge, and she should
sit up close to the side of his ld and
takei hold of his hand, his pulwe would
run up to 150, and she would prewriU
for a fever wben he had chilblains.
Oh, you can't fool us on femalo doctors.
A mtn who has boen sick and had nia!
doctors knows just how much he would
liko to have a female doctor come trip
ping in and throw off her fur-lined
cloak over a chair, take off her hat and
gloves and throw them on a lounge,
and come up to the bed with a pair of
marine blue eyes, with a twinkle in the
corner, and look him in the . wild,
changeable eyes, and ask him to run
out his tongue. Suppose he know his
tongue was coated so it looked like a
yellow Turkish towel, do yon suppose
he would want to run out over four or
five or six inches of tlm lower part of
it and let that female doctor put her
ringer on il to soe how furred it wasl
Not much. He would put that tongue
up Into his cheek, and wouldn't let her
see it for twenty-five cents admission.
We have all seen doctors put their
hands under the bed clothes to feel of
a man's feelj to see if they were cold
If a female doctor would do that it
would give a man cramps in his legs.
A male doctor can put his hand on a
man's stomach, and liver, and lungs,
and ask him if he feels any pain there;
but if a female should do the same
thing it would make a man sick, and
he would want to get up and kick him
self for employing a female doctor,
Oh, there is no use talking, it would
kill a man.
Now, supprme a man has heart dis
ease, and a female doctor should want
to listen to the testing of his heart.
She would lay her left car on his left
breast, so her eyes and rosebud mouth
would be looking right in his face, and
her wavy hair would be scattered all
around there, getting tangled in the
buttons of his night shirt. Don't you
suppose his heart would get in stout
twenty extra beats to the minutet You
bet! And she would smile we will
bet $10 she would smile and show
her pearly truth, and her ripe lips
would be wrrking as though she wore
counting the heats, and he would think
she was trying to whiaper to liim .
Well, what would he be doing all this
timet If he waa not dead yt, which
would be a wonder, his loft hand would
brush the hair away from her temple
and kind of stay there to keep the hair
away and his right band would get sort
of nervous and move around to the
back of her head, and when t.he had
counted the brats a few minutes srl
was raiding her head he would draw
the head up to him and kins her once
for luck, if he was as bilious as a Jer
sey swamp angel, and have her charge
it in the bill. And then a reaction
would set in, and be would lie weak as
a cat, and she would have to fan him
and rub his head till he got over Iming
nervous, and then make out his pro-
aeription after he got to sleep. No;
all of a man's symptoms change when
a lemaie doctor :s practicing on bun
and she would kill binj doad
1 Love llorj.
Bob Burdette is known the country
over at the humorist of the Burlington
Hawkeye. He is the most succeHsful
of our funny men. His books have a
constant and increasing sale. His sal
ary from the Hawkeye gives him a
handsome income, and his little sketches
command the bent prices from the mag
asines. In addition he has $150 to
200 a night whenever he wants to
take a lecture tour of one or twenty
weeka Ills humor is delicate, truo '
and abundant, and. he is an .honor to '
the lighter American letters because of
his literary achievements. But better '
and more honorable than all this is the
story of his hearthstone. When he '
was a young man twenty six, he was
engaged to Miss Carrie Garret, of Pe
oria, Illinois. She was a frail .and del
icate girl, and ono evening Burdette
was summoned to her bedside with the
message that she was dying.
Was entertained for her life when he
reached her, It was determined aa the
wUh of both he and sho that they
hhould be tnarriod, even if death should
at once claim the bride. Tho cere
mony took place in (itteen minutes, the-
little lady being able to respond only
by a motion of the eyes and a gentle
pressure of tho hand. In spite of the
doctor predictions she rallied, and was
Really well enough to move to the
quiet and cosy hon.e her husband hnd
provided for her. But she has been
an invalid all her life, More than once
her life has been despaired of. Usually
she has been confined to her room and
unable to walk. One night at a t lira
tor in Philadelphia the writer saw
pale and earnest man making his way
to a private box, with a
DELICATE, CL1NQIKQ WOMAN
In his arms. Her girtinh face was full
of a pathos that passes description, but
waa wonderfully pretty, and strangely
happy, too filled with content. Ev
rytiody made way for the little lady,
and her great tender eves seemed to
send thsnks to every gentleman who
moved aside in courtesy. It was Bob
Burdette and his invalid wife. The
temptations of the world, the- dazzlu
and glitter of the aociety that has wel
comed him the converse with brilliant
men, the club, the theater, wealth, fame
all and either of them have failed t
win Lis heart away from the littlo wo
man who sat at the tii-enide and lived
on his love and sympathy. Nor was
there lacking a practical reward of this
devotion. Mrs, Bordutte has ieen tho
inspiration or Dsn IIL'SDAND's lifk
at once his spar and his counsellor.
She first discovered the rich quality
and the spontaneity of Bob's humor
and the homely flavor that would carry
It to tho heart as well as the intelli
gence of the public. Imagii.fi the hu
morist reading the most laughable sto
ries at the bedside of his invalid wife.
Ho tells himself of bow she forced him
to write his first lecture, in thene words:
One day when she was lying helpless,
she said she believed that I could writo
a lecture and deliver it successfully,
and so she sat me down to write that
lecture, and from time to time I re
belled with tears and groans and
prayers I told hnr that I was too lit
tle, that I
HAD ko voice,
And that I couldn't write a leciuro
anyhow. She kept me at it, and in
due time we had a lecture on our hands,
The Rise and Fall of the Mustache.'
This was all right enough. But now
how to get an audience. I thought I
would try it first at Keokuk. If I de
livered it first in Burlington, even
though it were tame, tamer, tamest, I
thought they might put mo on the
book. But Keokuk hated Burlington,
and I knew if it were flat the Keokuk
people would say so. Mrs. Burdette
snid, aa she was ivtponsible for that
lecture, she was going to hear it deliv
ered.. So I carried her aboard the cars.
We went to Keokuk, and the people
pronounced it good." From that day
he has prospered wherever his homely, ,
insignificant little figure has been seen.
Atlanta Const itulioa
Mayor Chrisman started from Lako
county recently with 300 head oCi
I horses for the Montana market.,.