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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
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....OCTOBEU 6, J833.
tbc InofftDilve tiiotfiftlL
!fte advocates of tlie Chinese iu the
East have assumed that the Cliili
are destitute of vices, and are possessed
of such virtues that they have drawn
npon tlieiuBclvea the hatred of the
wicked white inhabitant of this tlope.
Foraonie ini-xplical'le reason to theui
the French, Dutch, Spanish and Eng
lish colonies particularly the latter
bare passed most stringent lawsagainst
them. In short, iu whatever country
be is, the people think his presence a
curse; it is only in countries that he
las not blessed with his presence that
he is known as a perfect paragon of
A few weeks ago a man more emi
nent for superficial know ledge than
original research was in Portland lect
uring on subjects that had Wen more
ably and exhaustively treated by other
men. He sair, proUbly meaning it as
a sarcasm, tlat if tie (hn Mm
drank whisky, chewed tobacco and voted
(be Democratic ticket there would
be no objection lo his presence here.
The past week in Eugeno has proved
that (ho Chinese have their quiet
vices. A young white man and woman
have been arrested for smoking opi
um in a Chinese den, Of all drugs
that are habitually used, it is consid
ered the ntrst wasting, degriding and
debasing. It takes such a hold on
the system that ouco in its grip, there
is no hope of reform. Such is the
terrible, deadly habit that wherover a
Chinaman eoes he introduces. And
the fact is known to every ono that i
through curiosity ho wishes to try the
eflfocts of tho poison ho may obtain it
at the Chinaman's. To fully under
stand tho effects of this poison, it may
be Mated that eminent physicians say
that the evil threatens tho extinction
of the entire Mongolian rao So fur
reaching is the custom in China that
the Chineso Government is making
vigorous though futilo efforts to sup
press it The immense increase of tin
importation of opium into tho United
has given alarm to men who have pai
any consideration to this mutter. At
least one young man may curso the
day that he was tutored by tho artless
Chinaman in the mysteries of opium
Daniel Webster once said: "Sinai
Is the sum that is required to take a
newspaper, and well rewarded is the
patron, I care not how humble and un
pretending tho gazette which he takes.
It is next to impossible to fill a sheet
with printed nutter without putting
something in it that is woith tho sub
. acription price. Every parent who has
a son away at school should supply him
with a newspaper. I well rmembed
what a marked difference there
was between those of my schoolmates
who did not havo access to nowspapers.
Other things lieing equal, the first were
decidedly superior to the last in delate,
eotnposition and intelligence."
Since 1 861 unknown peisons havo
Mid flSG,459 01 into tho United
States treasury to quiet their consci
eneea. The largest revenue, from this
source in any one year was in 18C8,
when the contribution to the conscience
' fond amounted to $29,155 IK In
1873, 123,302 77 was added to the
fund; in 1SC7, $12,952 59; in 1SC9,
17,403 21, and in 1878, 112,01133.
Last year the contributions reached
only 7,881 49, and this year the total
will probably bo less than that unless
somebody comes to the front with a
The Democrats in Iowa and Ohio
Bava declared for a well regulated li
cense system. The Iowa Republicans
are in favor of prohibition; while the
Ohio Republicans are in favor of the
Scott Tax Law, a law passed w ith the
Intention of pleasing the saloon men,
the brewers, the license men and the
Ohio hat been a reliable Republican
state heretofore. The R'publicans
are united, as they always are at elect
ion time and the Republicans bare
plenty of money, and will hold firmly
the rotes of the corrupt, and the ser
vices of repeaters and colonists. The
Democrats are quarreling among them
selves and the result is doubtful
The FortlanJ Standard says that the
"tat to1 mayor of Portland oflce de
serted the Demovtaey for a gold w atch.
It term from all accounts that he has
A fondness for gold.
The Oregon inu says that the Deme-
- uTnm fVio nnli
out" It's do doubt as disgusting to
that paper as to Mayor Chapman. I
It seeflis that a wonderful change
has of late taken place with Ml til
Helens since she lias been Linden from;
:ignc during tue long smoky period.
The snow has entirely disappeared
from the north ride and partially from
the south side of the cone. This to
the oldest settlers, is something they
never witnessed before. By taking
olmervations through a powerful glass,
steep precipices and dark chasms can
be seen upon the north side, and the
mountain seems to have a changed ap
pearance. Oregon Mist.
The fleecy" has already tagun to
spread its w inter mantle over the
northern part of Maine. Although in
nearly the same latitude, the hills and
valleys of Oregon have scarcely felt
the touch of frost and we are, indeed,
just rejoicing in the first rain of the
season. While the industrious loggers
of the ''pine tree state," in mufflers and
mittens, are drawingtheir first logs over
the snow-t the farmers of the land of
webfoot, in their shjrt sleeves, nre turn
ing their first moist furrows for the
It is pleasing to note that one house
hold in Oregon will Im supplied with
Oregon butter this winter. The trus
tees of tho insane asylum have pur
chased thirty milch Cows and will bid
defiance to tho oleomargarine factories
of California. Trulyi it seems, life in
the Oregon hospital for the insane has
" - -Joaquin
Millet ha? just completed
ffae plays, all of which have been paid
for, and will pay him a royalty, he
thinks, from $10 to (25 a night.
Nut Lost. It war all a mistake about my
good being thrown overboard, but the fact
, 1 have more nooila than I have room for,
and I invite your attention to the largest
and most desirublo stock of gnodi ever
brought to Kugono. dooda are cheap, tee
ing ia bclieviug. Come and are.
F. B. Dus.t.
For good deutiatry go to Clark.
Bring your chickens to Iiettroan a.
For the best mixed paints, go h Gill's.
The highest cash price paid for wheat by
F B Dunu. ,
Swift k Co. will pay the highest market
price for chickens.
Go to Swift A Co. 'a for fresh California
candies, crackers, 4c.
A fine line of silk plashes ia alt shade
and grades at F B Drinn't.
The only place where you ean always sell
your chickens ia at liettirma
A full assortment of ladies, tnff ei and eliil
dron underware at Bettiuan,.
Pacific Rubber Taiut Is the test; all ffred
cjuis at Luckey and Brintow.'a
Freshest and finest groceries, cigars and
candies at Swift & Co'a. Try them. '
Swift & Co.'agnodi are all new nnd bought
for cash, and are sold cheap for cash.
Hides, furs, chickens and all kinds of pro
duce bought for rash at A. Goldsmith's.
Swift & Co. sell canned goods, put up thii
year, as cheap as can be bought m town.
Mr S H Friendly will pay the highest
cash market price for wheat Give him a
call before selling your grain elsewhere.
Delinquent City Taxes.
Noti ia hereby given that the Treasurer of
Eugene City has placed the delinquent tax
lint hi my hands 'or immediate collection, and
and all are requested to rail and settle. All
those delinquent are requested to give this
matter their immediate attention ami sar
fui tl.er coots. J. E. ATTEnrsr,
Whrat-S ra oa board cani.
(aU-W eta hetb
llopt-19 Sts per faiiils olf.ring.
i'-HX 30 cu per doz.
1'oUtoea -90c er bushel
THE EUGENE MILLS ARE ABOUT
ready to start up. During the auiiwn
ion it has been much imiroved in shape of
STONES, ROLLS, BOLT REELS,
FLOUR PACKER and WATER
which doubles the capacity of the Mills aim)
double the power-and has been undergoing a
thorough and Keneral repair, which places the
Mills equal to the best
V0T1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN' THAT
under and by rirtue of an order of the
county court of Lane county, Oregon, made
and eutered of record at the regular beptein
ber term thereof, lss3, in the mMt of the
guardianship of Alonm Appleton. r.mma Ap-i.U-ton
and Eva Appleton. minor hirsof James
Appleton deoraaed. I will otler for sale at pub
lic auction at the Court House door in hugene
Ci.y in said couuty and state between the
hours of 9 o'clock A M and 4 "Mkyl, J
Monday the l.Hb day of October, A D, liw,
all tho riuht. title ami Interest of Alonso Ap
pleton, Emma Appleton. and Eva Appleton
in ai.d to the folloing df jcrild real proerty,
to wit: The E one half ol the S K one quarter
of Sec 18, T 30 8., K 5 V. In Jackson county,
Term of sale cain. ,
J. V. IlAMitroir,
Geo. 8. Wahhbi'bve,
Now ready to receive an 1 store wheat at H
cents per bushel, except when wheat is sacked
and delivered on cars, when an additional 1)
cents will be charged.
The highest market cash price will be paid
for all wheat stored in our house, and sucks
furnished by the company to bring wheat to
mill in. '
All those from a distance need not wait on
their grinding any more.
All orders prtinlptly attended to. All (lour
sold or exchanged is warranted
P. E. & Co.
Eugetie City, Auist 8, 1883.
Bring yoiir butter to G. Bcitmati if yon
want the highest price: also all kinds of pre
Amsno.i Ladik. Having secured the
agency for the celebrated Butterak patterns,
I shall keep on hand a full st.tk of ail kinds,
receiving each month direct fnnn New York
the latest styles. I shall also keep for Sato
st 15 cents a conv. the Dtliueator, the best
' aud ch.anest mouthly magazine m the worm.
i Any lady desiring the quarterly catalogues
can have them free of charge by calling si
! my store. F. B. Dcsn.
Opens Sept 1,1883.
Including the use of
Skates, 50 cts;
All kinds of gran seeds for sale st A Gold
Mr .V W I limn ha rebuilt the hriiL-s amiss
the river to these noted suriiu-s and has alto
put the wagon road in excellent shae. He is
busily engaged at present renovating the hotel,
hath houses, etc Give him a rail this Sum-niev.
Money to Loan,
auce rifected on eJr iT'Ylls of pwperty, in the
DFsi 01 couqioniea.
In the building formerly occupied by Hovey i
Humphrey. Cms. Lai ss.
10 lbs. sugar, $1 00,
13 " rice, "
8 " cotTe, "
8 " oyster, "
At A. Goldsmith's.
Passbooks, butcher books, memo
randums, ledgers, day books, etc.,
of all kinds. Orders taken for
School and LTiscellaneolis Books.
All the stamlanl author ! l.'io volume and is st-t Juvenile
books, Seaside ait 1 U'aveflr Library, Uaip-.'n
Bible Depository For Lane Oounty. -
We bav"e been gett'iij? a large slock of new goods aud w have
everything found in a first-chtss Book fetor?.
We also have a full stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS!
McdORNACK & COLLIER,
Successors to CALLISOX.
STOCK OF GOODS
For sale cheaper than ever offered
before in this market.
Smith and Coi
GENERAL bEA-LERS IN
We intend keeping a full line of
first-class Farming Implements,con
D. L OSDORNE i CO.'S CELEBRATED TWINE BINDERS, ttEAP
ERS AND MOWERS;
MINNESOTA CHIEF THRESHERS;
JOHN DODD'SOLD RELIABLE, ilOLLINGSWORTH'S, REINDIIJ
AND RED BIRD HAY RAKES;
THE KETCIIUM WAOON;
MITCHELL'S WAGONS, CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES, ETC., ETCl
Tt is our intention of staving hern
and we guarantee all goods Sold to
. x i. r it:
give enure sausiauiiuii.
Prices as liberal as any Muse in
Warerooms on Willamette Street, Opposite thi
A DESERVING APPLAUSE
From the Inhabitants of Eugene City andSur
I fit S
IsTEAAT GOODS. Mw OOODS.
Are Now Open for Your Inspection.
14 yan'j DWhsii Xn only 51.00
) ynu ChIIco only 1.00
12 j-snl Sldrtinj only SI. 00
X vanU V'l.iniiL'l Shirtinir oi.lv 1.00
10 ynl Linrn Toweling only $1.00
U xk! Towels, li cis.
Wo' IIea:y Whit TlUftlSufaU K.09
iIoiitle wiHli Tulilo Lii2n 2 cU for jri
125 cent Hoe only 12 cts i ;
L'5 cvnt Handkerchiefs only 12 cU
IHeuvy lied upreadd only 73 cts
I.inii Xuiik.n. iMr duz 75 cts.
.- , 1 I
Vj quote prices on a icr at titles only.
Our assortment Comprising many i liousaritls.
We carry a large st(ck of iilks and Sali'ns. All colora id
Cashmeres and American Dress Goods,
Our stock of "Cloats and Wrappers is i he largest South 6'
Portland, at Bedrock Prices.
Men aiul Beys Clothing i'l 50 per silt an'd upwards. Boots and Shaft t
A WORD TO Tilt: PEOPLE OF OBEGON.
Perhaps we n ay l aule to induce you to abandon the old beaten path o
CREDIT AND DISASTER ,
And hereafter travel the road where the Sigti Board ii narked,'
I X L STQBi !
3E3 UGrE CITT.
All our patrons pet Wealthy. Conifi and see uc.
Dissolution of Co Partnership
TOTICE IS HEREBY OI VEX THAT
XI the co innerhiti heretotore eiutini; b-
Ivmi J. K. and H. D. Holt i. hereby mutually
J. K HOLT,
. a IX HOLT.
October 4, i5?S.
V-OTICE IS HEkEBY CIVEX THaT
A the BodiTtisned tklmiaittrsUir of the
ett of A J Mclhuiiel, deceMed. hu filed
hie hnl accouut ia the County Court of
Lane C'oupty. Oregon, and the tint Moodar
ia Xorember it art for final bearing'.
K. r. MOSS, Adminutrmtor.
JOSHCA J. WALTON. Att y.
WCUaetU fttraet, S BUki from Depot
EuiiKXE crrr, oreox.
Mai-Xr J C; Board ft day. tl; per we,
J. P. ALLISOX.rni.
Tliose wishing to purchase wilf do well to call upon me before makitif their
To mv line of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, and GhN
TLEMEN'S CLOTH I NO, I call your special attention.
I expect to retire from the mercantile business, and my goods must be tout
within the next 90 days.
Honing to sjpply all vour want's, I solicit an early call.
46 ' T. G. HENDRICKS.
ALL I AS I!
Is that you do yourself justice? by buying goods w here you can git them tb.
1 intend to strictly adhere to VERY LOW PRICES in everything 1 offer
for sale, and in
DRESS & FAHCY GOODS.
(Ming, Book and Shoes, Furnishing Goods,
There is no douU or question but I shall sell them rery much lower than the
same goods have ever ben offerwl is this market
lT PIe to call aH price the goods and you will see that I am in earnest
HAVTXfrOFEXED A XEW SADDLE AXI) HARNESS SHOP OT 8th STRUT.'
west of Crain Bros'., I am now prepared to furnish everything ia that Una at the
Are pYoyed, and I will eadeairbr to give satuJactiori to all wBt) nil
tne with a call. -
A. S." CUIlUl-
U"eful in the Family.
We un'allv lea it to doctors to recora.
nwod meJiciea, but Parker't Giogtr Tonic
hai been an cifful in oar family in relieving
aickneu and icBYnng that we cannot say
too innch in ha praiae. Salem Argna.
To all ho ir euffmaff from the errore and
inducrrtioM of ynuth, nervoua weaknew, arly
dav, liof manhood c ', I will tend a recipe
that' will cure you, I'KEK OK C'HAKUE.
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I hit irrrat rtmerty waa aiaooTereu cy a m
nosarr in South America. 9nd a ael ad
drewed enrelnfa to the Ft. J!Ia T. I5MAX,
Sutin 1 Xtw Yi-rk Citr. '
"V"OTKE IS HEREBY GIYEf Wj
i theB.nlof lualiiatkwfortbsCJMVf
of Laae. Start of Orefwy wilj L ",TWJJ? T
office of the County Cierk in Kof tiy.
noaday. pi it, !.
f, the pnrWor pV'fl
Kwment Roll and enrrecUnf all etrnri
"oZZ peVty. AU PjZJZ1
taka due notice, and govetm tixmfW
Eut-ent City, SepC 1, 18