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friIOLE NO. 812.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1883.
citf ' gutUBt (City Qunrd.
; r. C 6ampbell,
publisher and Proprietor.
l'4rriC8-u0a th-Bwtsld of WilUm.tU
(reel between oTn u ciguku unci
RATES OBT ADyKICTISlNO.
ij.,rtij.snt Inserted follows:
i q.nr. 10 Kb or Us., on. iiuertlon 13 ;
JTw ,bUuiint Insertion 1. Cash required in
'-s ginucath. JO
m " on yett.'rt.. rrr-.V.-. i- w
-Trsn.tent nkft 1-h1 ctjVia.20 cent, pet
hwk uitA)o r.vii) run om'i.elivbsv,
" . trrita from Vi. north an-1 leaves ru
. VL ..Ttie.ia. ror8i.it.l. Pranklin .and In
'"ISlSI T.iU"ly for1.liT.rT half atarite
- 'j?13 EieV Urttersslumld is left stthe oc.
ts. .. U'X PATTERSON
Va II. A. P. and A. SI.
,'Me.te Bret J Hiirrl Welnesaajs In each
m.nta. , .
rwinv. Botoi T)DO No. 9 I. 0.
tO. V. Meetavery Tneeaay aveuM.
.. .... .. - i 1 1. month.
Mt th. Hana u nwni
Inuixt Looo., No. 15, A. 0. w -Veett
Masonlo HalUb nd fourth
lffLPiTRirK P(ht, No. . . A. U.-MecU
,,Bh, th , flHl aud third I JjJ W
ijikj mtu.. j ' ,
-'Otsi or Cmwitx Fwiwn.-Mt the
fV.Undthirrf Saturday tvemn t M-J o nic
U1L By order of . J. M. swa. (. 0.
'' Butt Lodoi No. 337, I. O G. T. - Mwti
I,i4TixilTAB BAsno """-MiS;
I! r ChuroTi vry Sun l.y afternoon at 3.J0.
J t uZto. 8n'.. : Mii Bertha Conk. A. t
rSV.:" hwKill, Wjr. MU- Hmtie tmith.
l,Tjpltn. v ihwct iiiwic "y:.
w.J?.CO per year IN MMKCt
t vtar a General
iiiiijiuiiiii hii 11111 1,1111
I. DII.TKI', rrOEiNfc
. EIWKNK CUT, OllUGON.
PaCTIUlIN AIJj THE C0C11T3 0F
thl Stt. They jrivo wcwl attention
M ollcti..m and .rolato m:ittrA
Vet o -Owr W. r. fc IV. Kx-MM offi-e
8so. 8. . WasMburne,
HOUESH CITV. - - - OttWiON
. orficfl (.irmirly oew;.ld by
large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
Good Dress Goods at 12o
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods,
Fine Cashmere in every
shade. ' ,
New and Nobby styles in
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
TJie finest stock of French
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and SHOES
''nail grades. .'
of all descriptions:
Liberal Discount for
Mi t WW " " RM JUWWwMilwT
CASH AXD . p3ECLskXl0t?
PATRONIZE TUB MKX WHO HKLPT LUILIYOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
SCH1 01 HUU8ES. wlinwe interest art your intHreata ! Are oernianentli located and
pend their prufiU at home. Take notice that-
kuoknkj err V
BKTTMAN, O. Dry o4t, oldthlnr,
(Tocri and trenernl mrciantiM, outfcwtat
corner v uumetu and CiKbtb f trteU.
BOOK STORK-One door south of th. Aitor
. Houm. A full utock of MsorUd box Mimti
plain and fancy.
GRAIN BROS Dealer In Jewelry, Watch
e, Clock, and Mutiral InitmmenU-Wll.
uunetU itrvct between Seventh and Eighth.
OALLISON, R O. -Dealer la treoemt, pro
rUiuni,oountry produo,oaiinea (roodii, bnuke,
. Aatkmerv. etc: touthweat aonuw WUlanurtla
f and 9th Kia.
IiORRIS. B.' r. -Dealer la Store and Tin
wahu.Wlllamett aUMt, between Serentb
aad Elihth, ".
FRIENDLY, 8." JT. D,alei,: In dry Irooda,
clothing and genera) merchandlat WTUam
ette itreet. between El;hth and Ninth.
CILL.J.T.-Vhyilctfth, Suryeoo and Drue
i . ii.m ....
gut, rnanra, uiamnv. f 'eel, netween
fierenth and Eighth. .
IIF-NDKICKS, T. O.-Daalei In reneral mer-
chandiiHr north wet oomer V. Ulamette and
H0DE3, C Keep, on hand fine wine., llq
von, cigara ana a pool ana billiard table 1
Willamette . itreet, between Ekhth nrl
HORN, CHAS. 1L Ounimlth. Rifle. ai.J
ihot-gini, breech and muule (of den, for aaik.
Repairing done In th. neateit ityl. and war
rantea. bnop on inn itreet.
LTTCKEY. J. S.-Watohfflaker and Jeweler
keep, a fin .tock of gondi in hi lino, Ulaoj'
ett itreet, in tUiworUH dnig itore.
McCLAREN. JAMKS-Choloe, wine., liquor,
and clart -WUUmett itreet, between Eighth
PA1TER30N, A. S.-A fin itock of plain
ana fancy ruiung o.raa,
PRESTON, WM.-Dealer in oad.llerr. Har
new, Carriag I nmminga, etc. illamett
itreet. between Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICE-A tie itock of itandard
ichcol book Juit received at th poet office.
RENSHAW. WIL-Wlnee. Liquor., and CI
are of the belt quality kept oonitantly on
and. Ihe beet billiard table in toj
RItlXEflART. J. B.- Home, lign and car-
riaire d .inter. Work ir'aranteed nntclaaa.
Stock Hold at lower ratei than by anyone in
ST. C1URLES HOTEL-Cbariei Baker.
proprietor. Iba beat Hotel in th city
Corner Willamette and Ninth itreeta.
SCHOOL SUITLIE3-A buy and varltd
amortment of ilntea of all ilzea, and quantitie.
of latei and ilate booka. Three door noitli
of the exprem oflice. . . '
WALTON, J. J. -Attorney at-T-aw. Offio-
Willamett atrect, between ' berentb and
m. M. KKLLER,
Attorney and Ownsills-atrLaw, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, ' " !.G0N-OFFlCJJ-f
o doom north of Fost Olhce.
r. Wm Osborne,
O.TtcoAJjoLii.igSt Charles Hotel,
.. OR AT THE
KEW DBUtt 8T02E 0? HAIE3 at4 LDCKET.
DR. JOHN NICKLIN,
fiiysiclan, Surgeon and Accoucheur,
. (Formerly yof Yamhill County.)
RE3IDKNCE'-Twi d-wri c;ith of M. E.
ebrfreh. ' ' ' ,
tfRi Joseph p. gill;
frAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or rei
lyidenoa when not profeioually engaseil.
Office at th .
POST OFFICE DRUGSTORE.
:Rildenc. on EluhtU itreet, oi-p-wite PreAy
DR. E. .G. CLARK,-
(Graduate of the Pbikdelphu DenUl College.)
filTCiKN'K CITY. ' . t. OREG(iNT.
Mnin viTTTvr.a A" SPECIALTY.
JT Arti6cial teeth madeM order. Teeth
extracted without pain- All wwk filly war
ranut opr.- in brick buihunj ovr the
Grange store. ' .
J3. T. Pritchard,
. WATCHMAKER AHD JEVYELEfc
TEPAIRING OF WATCHES AND
XV CLOCKS executed with punctuality
aad at a reasonable coat.
Willamette St., Eugene City, Oregon
Will iell goodi for CASH
A V. PETERS,
' ' . ri ;.
irreatly reduced pricei, oa low ai any other CASH STORE,
Fine Cheviot Shirt. 59, 75 eti and SI,
Bent PriiiU lb and 18 yards $1 00
Hp.it Browu and Bloaclied Muilini, 7, 8, 9, and
Clark and Brooks spool cotton 75 cU per Doz.
ri;.in and Milled Flrnnela, 25, 35: 43 and 50
Watar Proo , cer.bs
Finn White SMrtp 73 eta and $1.
And all other Coads at Proportionate Rates.
Also the C-delirawd . . . .
one lietW for irength, aixe. and durabilityl, At irreatly reduced ratei.- '
SrTomr oM Cmtomei, who have stoixl by me in 1 mc, I will continue' t-j aell on lam
t"nriK as hcTstofore on tim. hut if at any time they wiih to make CASH purchei... T -fll giv
all inv, a zithers, the full credit on my reduction A. V. PETERS
New Assortment Dress Goods (No Trash) 15,
20 and 23 cts.
Mens' Undcrwettt.-Shirts and Drawer, DO ct
Mens' Overshirti, 75 cts. and 51.
Menu' Overalls, 50, 65, 75 cts and II.
Embroideries and Edgini at Fabulou Low
4 .1 T
lw-ay Cares aal neter uliaTr
Soluta. 'i'howorli'j great Pain -:Ziever
for AZu and Baast.
Cheap, qviolt aad rallable.
THE iiBtiEST isD O.MT COMPLETE TTPE FOl'KltBT AAl PBIa'TIJU' fl.
UOl'SE O.V TUB rAHIIC COAST.
sr EuccEssons to mm & bicha1
,1 li."E..a rJ-J ffVTi Fsft.Ll"J X - r- . -r- r-
.103 & 207 Lozdesdorfi: ad 520 Ccmnercial Streets,
h '6i rK'f:c!co; cal.
v; rn t-4 Hii itrft5:t Sfi'r a! -l;,rsr .r. IVntv tvpv n-cr trt e
V,'.r. t w. a trfii. ..ecu a'. ) u.'.or IticiM&'H Ce-rtcb TyisM, acd
. -"j f..'a;;5 ; c m j-.-r r.rtlru h!Nm :a i.!:o rrfntora' l.o frura a bedtela t a
--;cr rr.u V.'t Vtj & vy U-iz u'.uzH of Mow o:it dcoiul-hd rrlDtiaf
f-:--.i'.r. nt a2i u'?i nd eizfs. V.'a eso cola a,ienta fcr,r.rid 'jetp ln atoclt, Caopbail
Cy::n-i-r rn:i:-.'., Cattrsll A Iiiito! ditto, clso tearies, CUp?!r, Javel, Oorrloa and
U'aji'r.&TtsTi it Loom, Vir.iineloa Uao1 trosaea, Bew liajstcr Steam Engines (.'ast
tv tiAtig tot priuteraS Tuerlc Watar Motors, Cam Patter Cottara aad a foil Uaa o!
Eaabom'a Uookblndara Kaeaiaetr. Our rtdeUty IloUer ConpoilUea aad Hvlui
PrlaUnx Inka ara canaidarad tka bast la uaa, Ha rem aaed ear Perfection plates T
Tbey aava editorial crorlc aad conpositloa, and therefore save mosey. Bead far ear
EEMEMBEB-S Hue tttU Caa caa cea.prte with la Oaallry f Ceod.
NOTICE TO SHEEP OWNERS.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY G1N TO. ALL
1 1 Sheep owners that they must dip their
sheep a. soon as sheared IF DISEASED. The
law mak" provisions that When the owners fall
to do sr, that th Inspector shall cause it to be
done at their eipense. ,
S D. COATS,
Sheep TtiHDector for Lane Co, Or.
J. S. LUCKEY,
Kcks, Wacties, Chains, Jewelry, Ett.
- Repairing Promptly Executed.
C2T.AI1 Work Warranteal. fl
J. S. LUCKF.Y,
EU.V, rth C) ' TrVk WiIlaTan. swt.
Watchei i i
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watabea, Clocks, and Jewelry retired and
warranted. Northwea eorntr of V. illamette
and Eighth itwtr.
. . - - . titii. ...... i f'luui! iu nip .
rrzz ik, i io soma. m. v hrMrr.-
ian b au-li Tlor it 15
Groceries sd provisions,
Will keep on hand a general osonrtmeot of
Jroceries, Proviaiont, Cured Meats,
Tobaovo, - Cigars, . Candies,
Candles, .. - .txai. Notion.
Ureen and Dried Fruits,
Wood and Willow War.
- Crockery, Etc.
Buainess w2l be conducted on a
Which mean that
Prices are Exfablished
Is not Narcotic. Children
grow tX upon, Slothcrs like,
and Physicians recommend
CASTOR1A. It regulates t!io
Dowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fercrisuness, and de
WEI DE MEYSrt'S CA
TARRH Cnre, a Constitntional
Antidote for this terrible u ala
ry, by-Adsorption. Th most
Important Eiioorery siaea Vao
'olnation. Other remedies may,
relievo Cataxrk, this caret at
any tae before) Cousomptioa
OREGON AND WA iauu N.
Diphtheria ban made its appearance
in Walla Walla.
v The nop field in the vicinity of Loop;
Station kxA splendid.
.s Captain Tichnor is buildiuj a Urge
what! it Fort Orford.
MaU? are quite? prevalent in por.
. The city of LVtte it building a
book and Iaddr Bo.uws
Ntr Tacoiua, Waahinglon Territory,
da mi a population, of 3.5Q0.
The fruit crop of Grant county prom
ises tq.be good, except peaies, t (
Jolin Beckley. on trial at Roseburg
fcr murder, was acquitted Friday.
Grasshoppers are getting to lie nu
merous on Fifteen-Mile crenk, in Was
co county. '
Sheep shearing U in full blint in
Eastern Oregon, and the clip is report-
led to be unusually good..
Grain in the southern part of Yam
hill and the northern part of Polk
counting looks exceedingly well.
Snoqualimie Hop Association have
300 acr?s of hop vines crowing. The
prospect is good for a large crop.
Grant County News: The richest
quarts mine known to modern tilues
was discovered at John Day last Mon
The N. P,. ;Jan,d ..office, at,.,SDrague,
luring the month ct,Apri!, sold 10,352
sores of laud, receiving $51,352 for the
Garfield county, W. T., contains 6C8,-
1 CO acrea. ot land. Of this numW
75,000 acres are uuder cultivation,
principally in grain.
The diHeovery of large beds of lime
rock near Lake Pen d'Oreilld will be of
vast lneGt to tlto building and brick
industry in that region.
Crops at Scio are looking finely, and
the furiucra are anin lining infused
with ne w energy, and are looking pleas-
slit and hopeful over the project of a
bountiful harvest this scanbh.
J. A. Maxwill, who ha.be,en buying
sheep in the Uiupqua vajlcy for sorie
time pant, left lout week with altout
1000 head, bound for Honey Lnku val-
ev, California. ' Ho will bo on the
road aliout four months.
Grant CoijDty News : Trie inn ease
in tint nquliHr of sheep in the norih-
wPHtnrn part of this coilnt . is,, very
marked. Tlif'rB ar now rfitirrlatvd to
lie 10,OQ() head in the Long. .Creek,
North Fork (ind Hnysfsck.vCountry
fully twice as nlijiiy u' . there wrre at
this time last year. Sheep are gener
ally taking thn placp pf . other vari. ties
of live stock, a)d nearly every farmer
now has a band. -
pith, fir Pith.
mi. IMI X.l.f t W 'Jt I SftaVWJ HW'i i
tTl. ' jwiiiri'i'i'i ".I'jjHjmJ
Soodi dclirtrtd witboot cbirge U Eoyci
ML KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTtC
,: 8YWIPTOMS OK A
lie, of Appetite, BoweLi tost vs. Fain la
tire Heed, w:ta a cull Bens..tion In the
biek part. Pain under th 6houlder
blade, fullness after Ur.ft, with a disin
clination to exertion t body or ulna.
Irritability of temp r. Low apirlta, witb
a feeling of having neglect d some duty,
weari ea, Oissias-a, I'lutterinf at the
Heart, Dou before the eves, Yellow Skin,
Headache genera' ly ever th right eye.
Restlessness, witn tUul d: n., OigAi
ooktred Urine, and
TTrrs r ILLS are epeel"r adapted f
orh easm, va duse eltrel a a h a rhasga.
ef feeling as to astonlkh the .ufTmer. . .
TTipt Inmua lb Arntetlfnf 5y-tr
bodr lo The o-s -lr.. Iliu rhwyvn J
.eert.hrd. n1 :y i-ir Tent i on the
IMimitr limn Bi:lrr IMul. arr pro
ducrd. A iuu. Hi iMariey M. T.
TUH'S HAIR BYE.'
Scntencei in Jargon.
The four Indians convicted of man
slaughter in the U. S. circuit court for
the killing of Mulherrin in Umatilla
county, were brought into that court
yesterday morning to receive sentence.
The court in passing sentence recount
ed the circumstances of the , killing, as
adduced by the evidence, b which it
wgssnowninat me viqura uaa wtii
thn aggressor; . but,, inasmuch as the
killing was .ifnur.ually atrocious and
brutal, the,, jiitlge felt called upon to
impose a sentence of proportional se
verity. Each of the dusky eavages
were sentenced to serve a term of ten
years in thn State penitentiary. Judg
Deady, who, it seems, like many other
old Oregonians, is thoroughly familiar
with the Chinook jargon, communicated
his sentence to thn brutal savages in a
language they could thorougly compre
hend, but they took it all with that
sullen silence peculiar to savage barba
rians such ad they. Standard.
Farmer Jonet - bought a' re voire.
The way it happened was thus: . There
has been a male cat wfi,K -W Itfe
voice serenading the neighborhood' far
the past week, making i impossible1 tt
sleep, and equally imprs-tibla1 It, stay
awake without Incoming a raving
niao, and if Jones bad said it onoe h .
had said a thousand thpes: "lllabor
that CAt," till linllyiMtJones r
minded hint that the lootjock . was tb
only shootiug iron he pcsetsed, and
that had been Cm) long ago, So he
went down town and bought a tevolvtr
at Bales' seoond-hand store, '
Now what Jones knows about revol.
vers is even h as than the) editor of the
Guard knows about thn sheep busine, :
but ,whqn he came koine to supper ht -cllvd
ih family into the ball and took
the Mrolvitj-.put of his overcoat pocket.
and.waa-auotit to baud it to Mrs. Joans
for inspection,. wliih the whole faWllf
shrieked in chorus :
"Is it loaded T.. Vl
uNo,Nuid Jones, "ntver Las Uea
'Fly for your lives, :hi!dinl"Jjsi4sd.
Mrs. Jones," and they rushed up stairs
and locked theinselvra in.
"Well, if ever I saw such idiots I"
remarked Jones, looking down the mus-
tie of the pistol to see if it needed
cleaning. ' It came near, being the last
remark he ever, made oa anytsubjett
A .bullet lodged r-in the ceiling, as h
poke, and, hut for the ecnearaa- that
ssHailed him up stairs, Jones would
have been certain that he had murdered
the whole family. As soon ai they
learned that thn pistol as realty load
ed, they all came down, smiling and
heerful. No one had ever heard of s)
loaded pistol doing any damage, .'
That niyht they prepared to slay thfe.
ea Willie and Johnnie t&or ft!lowei
to sit up to see the fuf f1yf and they ''
stood vdian,tly iehiri,.th'm't iiuilsh
framud hirtistilf in the .winuV; 4nd
waited. It was bright oiooiilight ;, Mrsi
Jones.sat with her head undr; the bed
clothes and said, "call nit when it's all
ovei1,''. and they waited for the feline to
take up the line of itiiirch. along the
backyard fmice;,. .tt, seemed a cruel
thing to gVljheriitpfy set out to murder .
a cat in cold blood, but, like Macbeth,
it had murdered sleep and made itaelf
dialiked,-iiv that community. It came
from across the barn; it had stnpck the
first note of its usual serenade, with
the vigor and force a lore-sick cat is
famed for, when bang I blue scat ,
shrieks -in e-ow in a grand bonglomor- ,.
atinn of sounds rent thn air th cat '
was safe, on the wojduhed of th next
home, the ball graze J the elbow of S
policeman two blocks away, passed
through thn hat of Bill Stahl, an nn
offending citizen, and buried itself ift
the sidewalk. The rest of the pistol
has not yet been found. The cat still
lives. . ' V ;
1 " 1 t 1 -
CMilrM Lwdaj. ;
-i.j' i.-f.i vim.t.'i.i Jf "': '' '
Atiolhei1 leper was found Upon front
street yesterday morning by Policemen
Collins. Whence? he cams, or bow long
he has leii in the 'city -could not b
learned. The victim of - th dread,
scourge was a middle-aged Chinama
whose face was blistered with largty
thick excrescencea, giving the, skiy-,-
semblance to the hide of a crMcd'tley-
Ile was taken to thn city jail, aj after
being examined by Di. Watkins, seot
to the poor farm, where thief ere, .five).
others afflicted with the same disease,
They are kept strict , -tp themselve,)
their food being cafrua .:to-.thrs..
trays ued for no ftbe purpose Great
fear is nianifiwted on the part of many -to
approach a leper, but medical author
ities now unite in sayihg" there n h1"
no danger of tho disease except through
iuoculation. Oiejcialt. '. :7:r
S i' '
! r '
Liquor sellers in Maine am put to
strange devices in order to conceal their
Mirrs$ftk(f wares. On a recent police
nt'd in, t.hat State, in one house the
liotfji'S. were found in the well, tightly
corked .end with strings around their
necks for convenience in raising. In
anoer the hcttles were under the
cooking range in the ashpit, Or$
liquor sellir, a woman, had two (rt
bout.' hooked to a Mt which rlie wont
under her overkirt, and anothftr deale
Buck u a ...; ,.n..r.iirfi. itk, jum.
k Mrutn, urt.r.v. 14 ill-la il..o-,'l.r. rufl
yr which w wnipay th. blgbeetieatket Ttt? -A -Y- m oVl-' f- " " . - ' -"-' 7 -rrica.
JAS U PAfiE ' tt&n?'1.S ZZTZttZJlj ' a pile of hay n a cock loft
This country hohpitality is practi
cally boo ndtess. 5 It welcomes heartily
all those wlio are abloand willing
work, br,t it has no welcome for the-
I who cerri here to sit up in the business "
of bcguig or of . becoming chsrjtf
opon'thon who do work. Thhr-oa
try has exceediBgly few- paopert ct- U
owo and does not desir to. beeoffli tW
almihouso of the werld, and gi
ernimtit nhnuld prompt anJ-tra."
phtio in notifying' the-world that 5s'
cannot allow this system U be cyn