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VOL. IX.-NO.348. i -II EUGENE CITY OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G 1876.
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GEO. B. DORMS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office on Willamette street, Eugene City.
0. A. MILLER,
DENTAL ROOMS IN DUNN'S
Eugene City, Or.,
Profuse. DENTISTRY AND ORAL SURGERY
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A. W. PATTERSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
flc en Ninth Street, Apposite tb St.
ajharlea Hotel, and at He.ldcntf,
iCOOENK CITY. OREGON,
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL
CAN BE FOUND AT RI8 OFFICE or reni
denee when nntprofewiionally engaged.
Office in the building of Forbes Hill, Photo-
S raphem, Willamette street. Residence opposite
orris Humphrey'! Dew row of buildings, South
Willamette bireei. P
OR. GEO. W. ODELL
Office Up Slain, first North of Astof Sous),
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
For convenience of self and patron, all books nd
Buatawill be left in charge of O. M. COOPER,
, oppoaite the .tone .tore, who i. fully author
to collect the aame. It ia fully expected that
all acconnta for aervicea will be presented for pay
ment in thirty day., and collected in sixty.
Eugene City, April 1th, 175.
Offlee on east side Willamette street, near cor
ner of ;th, adjoining law office of i. F. Brown.
Special attention paid to diseases of the Lungs,
nd all cases ol chrooic diseases.
RgpinRNCEs Success In practice and attention
. to bo-ines.
Chas. M. Horn,
Practical g unsmitil
npirrn :w env H1FLES.
Sfena Materials. Reparinng done in
VfS the neatest stv'e a'ld Warranted.
yjw m - ctciimr ' v 1 " '
W Vtockg,etc, KepmreU.
V Cuns loaned and ammunition furnished.
Shop on Ninth Street, opposite Star Bakery.
J. S. LUCKEY,
Clocks, Watches, Chains, Jewelry, etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
fcZTAU VTork Warranted.
J. 8. LDOKKV,
POST OFFICE BtJILDlKO,
Willa"ette & Eighth Sts., Eugene City.
M and Stationery Store.
rK. .'Jointly receiving an
X have u band and an
asortment of the Best School and Milwellaoeom
books, SUtionery, Blank Books, Portfolio, Cards
WalleU, Blanks, Pdrtmoonaes, ete., etc. All or
ders, promntly fiilled. A. H. PATTKRSON.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelr
THANKING THE PUBLIC for their pert liber
al patronage, we sow invite them US call on
at oar new room In Underwood k Co 's new brick
block, where may be found a full asortlent of
rood, in the above line. ...
Walcbea, Clock, and Jewelry repaired in tha be 4
workmanlike manner and Warranted.
Villasetie St, Sisno City, Cre
i DWELtmO HOUSES, '
WkkA ar. uvKiy luc'l tad wiU b. aufci at a DW
araia. In.n.r. Eaoait eviu.. o-.
BEN. F. D0RRIS,
Stoves and Ranges,
PLAIN, FANCY JAPANNED
Shovels and Tongs,
Fenders $ Fire Dogs,
Cauldron & Wash Kettles,
Hollow, Iron and Copper Ware,
PORCELAIN, TINNED & BRASS
PRESER VIJVG KETTLES,
Driven Well & Force Pumps,
Lead and Iron Pipes. ..
Hosepipes and Hose
TN FACT, Everything belonging to my bust
x neas, ui 01 wnicu i win seii at me
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Or all kinds done promptly and In a satlsfactiorr
WELLS DRIVEN PROMPTLY
By attention to buslnsas and honorable dealln
nope to merit share of your patronage
a6 BEN. F. DOItRIS.
All r6ionu knowing thertiselves in
debted to me will please call and
-0 . --.
BETTLI WITHOUT DELAY.
U. V. DORRIS.
GEO. 8. WALTON.
In Dorris' Brick Building.
Walton & Lynch
Have formed a copartnership for the purpose of
carrying on a general
Grocery and Provision
Business, and wil'. keep on hand a general as
Groceries, Provisions, ,
Wood and Willow Ware.
Green and Dried Fruits,
They propose to do business on a
' Which means that
Low Prices are tstaoiisnea
fiWiis delivered without charge to Buyer
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
WE WILL PAY HIGHEST MARKET PRICES
MAT11IAS MELLEK, Pro'p.
It now prepared to fill all orders for
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Come and see for younclf. A good article need.
Carding and Spinning.
HAVING PURCHASED the Machinery owned
by C. Goodchild, I am now prepared to maae
all kinds of
YARN, BAITS, &c,
At the Lowest Living Rates.
EUGENE CITY, OREGON
LIFE rOF TRADE !
TTTILL DO WORK CHEAPER than any other
1 V abopintown.
HORSES SHOD FOR $150,
With sew material, all taamL. Rcaetting old ahoes
AU-warraoted to gle aatlafaetlosi.
Shop on Eighth Bt, opposife Hum-
NEW HARNESS SIIOI'.
At Dniin's Old Stand.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A GOOD
assortment of of
Hack, Buggy & Team Harness,
(Jurry Comb nd Brasbe
And ereTTthioi osoaTly kept Ian Bret elaaa Har
rm 5V,p. ja
OSIBURO ana SAKTA CRUZ
.EfE'tt T. O. HENHUCh.3.
WiBHinarbii, D. a Aa. , 1878.
The Secretaries have all returned
and gone to work again. At the
Treasury thoy are paying the employ
ees of the bureau of engraving and
printing who were discharged last
winter tue extra month's pay usually
allowed to government employees,
but which these did not receive for
want of funds, which were only suo
plied during the last days of the late
sesmon by au appropriation.
Clapp, the government printer, who
was very properly turned out of oflioe
by the last Congress for fraud and in
oompetency alter a lair investigation
by a committco. and afterward rein
stated by Grant, was serenaded last
week by a number ot the employees
or tue government printing ollice'i
composed principally ot negro work
men about the building, who fear be
ing discharged. He waved the sari-
guinarv garment manfully, cried hav
oo. and let slip the dogs ot war in im
agination, but didn't even cut a wa
termelon wherewith to regale his sa
The probability is that the work on
the Washington Monument will soon
be proceeded with in real earnest A
special meeting of the sooioty is now
.imnv hnlJ at tknM pavih ! .t.A fftk.
Hall to take the preliminary steps to
wai d a commencement.
All over the country the outrageous
order of Secretary Cameron to Gen
eral Sherman, threatening the bayo
net to carry Hayes into power next
November, has nroused the indign
tion ot law abiding citizens. It has
been no where more justly dealt with
man in tno Delaware atate Journal;
it says : Secretary Cameron's letter
to General Sherman publicly directing
mm to hold u. o. Iroops in readiness
to respond to calls not yet made to
protect carpet bagging Southern gov
emments from outrages not yet com
mitted, is the work of a lawless des
perado done m the manner of a petti
fogger. Regarded as a serious act ot
government it is an insulting threat
to subvert civil government in time
of peace by military power. Nothinc
could authorize the use ot troops at
tho bouth except a whole procession
of events not yet started. There must
first be attempts by force and intimi
dation to deprive voters ot their polit
ical rights, or outrages on the civil
rights of some class Then attecpts to
secure the arrest and trial of those
charged with such acts by the usual
civil processes muit be prevented by
their detyiug the law. Tho Governor
must then call tho Legislature togeth
er and it must make the demand on
national government for assistance ot
U. o. troops in suppressing an insur
rection against the Mato government.
The only condition on which a Gov
ernor can call tor national troops is
when an insurrection has become so
general that the Legislature cannot
be assembled. Should the President
order U. S. troops to interfere in the
ocal anairs or the elections in the
Southern States he ought to be im
peached and removed from office.
ut the manner and pretext ot this
performance by Simon Cameron's son
is such that indignation at its enormi
ty is swallowed tip in contempt for its
pettiness. Thtf House of Represent
atives knowing that it was commonly
asserted that a certain portion of its
members were disposed to sympathize
with lawlessness of a certain kind, al
most unanimously denounced such
awlessness with a view to its discour
agement, and demanded its legal pun
ishment. This resolution is taken and
perverted into a pretext for a cause
f threatened illegal action, which the
'resident and bis Secretary of War
new the body passing the resolution
would have looked upon with horror.
t was one of tnoso petty attempts at
greatness which it is altogether prob
able this Pennsylvania local politician
in the war office would be capable, of
and it simply adds a new humiliation
to the many which our country has
suffered at the hands of the adminis
Upon any theory of this military
order, whether it be looked upon as a
sharp spurt by Zach Chandler, or a
settled understanding between Grant
and Hayes, to be followed by desper
ate acts in the South, it is a confession
that the Republicans have abandoned
all hopes in the North and West
based on calm appeals to the reason
and patriotism ot independent voters,
and In that aspect the order will ben
efit Tilden immensely.
It will also, on either theory, tend
to deter this class of voters from the
support of Hayes, by the evidence it
nurds that the South has not been
pacified by the efforts of the Republi
cans from 18C5 to 1876, and that new
methods should be tried. It the
Southern Slates cannot at this dis
tance of time protect their own ballot-
boxes, as the ortu a id H est do,
without the assistance of Federal bay
onets, then, indeed, is Republic a-ft re
construction a failure. X. Y. WorH
i I ne luaiora jioaae at j equina, UiegOn,
i bad been re-wtablished.
New York World.
A dispatch from Columbus. O
the New York IHtnes havinsr admit
ted the authenticity of tho Kilpatnck
letter, m republication in the columns
of TJie World, with the comments
of the Indianopohs Sentinel, will not
06 lost space. '1 ho ikntmel it Xfi
be remembered, first published th
Indianapolis Sentinel, August 22.
On yesterday General Kilpatrick, at
urusfiit itinerating mo Mate in tho
carmine interests ot Morton. Harrison
B IO., left in the readincr-room of the
urana Hotel a letter addressed td
Governor Hayes, of Ohio, it! which
Kilpatrick furnisher Governor Hayes
wun wnai no terms "reliable informa
tion Of the condition of tho canvass
in this Btate. Wo below etve our
readers the text of General Kilpat'
rick's mourntul story, adding that its
genuineness is incontestable, and it
will bo in vain that tho Republican
press may seek to deny it.
Grand HoTELj I
IyDiAfcAfoLis, August 21,1876. J
Dear Sir: I have now finished
tour of six counties in Indiana, and
feeling that any reliablo information
irom this Btate may interest you, I
In tho first place tho canvass ia well
conducted, the people arc enthusiastic
ana determined, and tho old war
i a a "
81'ikit thoroughly aroused, and if it
were not tor one thing we could rest
certain of victory in October. There
is an Independent party in this Stato.
confined, it is true; to a few counties,
but formidable, and it will dkfbat
General Harrison. There is but
one way to overcome this movment
The leaders of the Independents are
poor, needy and in debt. They must
be lectured to ; documents be placed
in their hands that they may be con
vinced of their folly.
A BLOODY SHIRT CAMPAIGN WITH
MONEY, AND INDIANA 18 SAFE I A FI
NANCIAL CAMPAIGN AND NO MONET,
AND WE ARB BEATEN.
The National Committco has done
nothing for Indiana. Alone they are
fighting this battle and bravely ; but
unless the National Committee wakes
up and docs its duty to you, to tho
party and to the country, defeat is
CERTAIN IN UCTOBER.
I never in all my life felt so certain
that I was doing my duty as in this
contest, and thy desire for success my
dear sir, is my only excuse for writ
ing you. lour Irienri,
To R. B. Hayes, Governor, tfce.
COMMENTS OF THE "SENTINEL."
The letter which we publish else
where in the sentinel this morning
from General J. Kilpatrick, the dis
tinguished Republican orator sent out
by tho National committee to this
Slate from New York, to Governor
Hayes, thu Republican candidate for
tho Presidency, is a document so
characteristic, and so clearly devel
ops the rottenness ot tho Kcpublican
party, that its publication to the
world is deemed a plain duty that no
fatriotio citizen should shrink from,
t develops several facts disgraceful
in the extreme to the leaders of the
party, Gov. Hayes included.
Uenerai luipatrlck s letter to uov.
Haves shows that the Radical power
in this Statu is already defeated, and
the effort is to be made to defraud tho
will of the people by Corrupt means.
It eliows the estimation in which
the greenback men fire held by tho
Republican partyj "poor bankrupt
6et," that can be; bought with money
and changed by lying Republican
It shows that Governor Hayes, the
spotless, incorruptible statesman, who
is the candidato of the Republican
party, can be approached in a iarniliar
way with corrupt propositilions.
It shows that General Harrison is
to secure an election by the use of
money. General Kilpatrick is one of
tho leaders of the ring, and is con
strained to tell Hayes bow the Re
publican National Committee in not
furnishing money, is neglecting the
opportunity to carry the Slate.
It shows that the lowest political
debauchery is to be used to carry the
State of Indiana for Harrison. Gen
eral Kilpatrick has been in close com
munion with the Central Committee
here. He is working al their bid
ding, and, according to the Journal,
he is doing effective work. The Jour
nal, on his arrival in the city, gave
him the fullest endorsement. He
therefore represents the views of the
The letter further shows that two of
the basest means used by the Repub
licans in carrying the elections, the
bloody shirt and moLey, afe the only
means that can now save the State.
The bloody shirt argumeni has been
ued effectually by General Kiipat
rick, and his friends say that he is ac
complishing wondvrs, as witness thu
folio wiog from the Journal:
Ladies, citizens and the General's old com
rades vied with each other in giving bins a
patriot' welcome. , To dtfcriba tbe (Jdter
al's speech would be tun-lets Uek ; it muat
be heard to be appreciated, it will be suf
ficient to say that it was one most eflVctivs:
eloquent caaipaitrn speeches ever delivered
in tbis town, and has done us great gowi. It
oua rousea toe old spirit or '61 and 'C8.
Such cheers went up from the vast audience
for Harrison and Hayes and Kilpatrick, as
the gallant soldier and brilliant orator sat
down Were never beard before in lledford.
But General Kilpatrick turns away
mournfully from the ovation, and re
ports, from here at headquarters to
uayes nimseii, alter seeing tho cen
tral committee, that war SDeoohes
alono will not do, but that "bloody
shirt and money" would do tho work.
a. niJi-vuiii-a mr jjeuiocrauo sol
diers; we presume; and money to nur
cuaso mo "poor bankrupt greenback
t . - i - ...
Citizens of Indiana, voters of tho
proud old Hoofiler State, can the cor
rtipt nutans be used by the Radical
party by yoit to support a man who
is acknowledged to bo defeated? Can
you givo your support to a Presiden
tial candidate who can be familiarly
addressed by his friends with such
propositions ? Independents ot Indi
dna, you who have been battling
tue money power, are you willinsr for
tho Republican ring-masters to buy
vour leaders and sell your "poverty"
or so much ?
If anything more iusultiiiir has ever
been conceived in the manasemont of
a political parly we have yet to see
it. This letter places Governor Haves
in a new light ; it snatches away that
uoilcsa robe in which his (riends have
lollied him, and places him at once
on the level ot the low political ring
that nas made ivcncral Grant's ad
ministration a 6tcnch and a by-word
ot reproach. It presents Uenerai liar-
rison in a new li-'ht as a candidate for
a place to bo bought with money. It
I .a . - .
luces me uadical party in thu dis
graceful position of wrtilinsr stippli
ants, begging for money to help out
their bloody shirt policy; It ought
to delcat and politically damn tho
whole crew. Lei thu pedplo rend and
Again, tho Sentinel at the same date
Elsewhere in our columns will be
found General Kil Patrick's doleful
strain of "reliable information" to the
tepublican nominee for President!
n addition to that, nt the samo uino
and place, General Kilpatrick left an
unfinished letter, not addressed) which
reads as follows I -
Grand Hotel )
Is'dianai'oi.18, August 21, 1676, f
Dkar Sir : I have just returned
from a tour through four counties in
ndiuna. and 1 never saw people more
in earnest in any election, but I desire
to sfty to vou that in my opiniou this
Stale is lost to us unless the only
remedy is soon applied, and that is
Hero General Kilpatrick evidently
broke down, and tho only remedy is
not divulged. Why not try Helm-
uold s lsucliu ?
EFFECTS OT TUB CONFESSION IN WASH
Spniiul diapatoh to the World. .
Washington, August 2!1. tho pub
icution in Jie World of Kilpatrick s
ettcr to Haves on tho situation in
ndiaua. and the subsequent acknowl
edgment ot its genuineness, have cre
ated a ireiiuitie sensation among the
politicians here. Tho Republicans
aro dismayed, call its letting out and
its acknowledgment both pieces of
political bungling, admit that it is a
terriblo aid to the Indiana Dcmocra-
y, and very generally admit that In
diana Is lost to the Kcpublican party,
Wore Than Ever.
Grant's ill-temper since the reading
of Tildefi's leltef is worse than ever;
so the Ballimoro Oazelte&vcTs. Afler
laves' letter he got on such a fearful
attack of nervous depression that Mr.
ish had to carry him oil to Deer
'ark for a change of scene. Ho was
ardly over those neuralgia when Mr.
ilden s appeared, which is decidedly
roigh" on him. Now Governor
Chamberlain aggravates tho case, and
he is furious. Mr. Hamilton Fish
teaks with bated breath, and the
ins of dear old Judge Taft are black
and blue from the knee-pan down.
Even the mighty Logan dares not
enture into the august presence.
Tho Hartford Courant tries to re
assure the Hayes men that, if elected,
ie will cast off the present corrupt in-
uences that control tho Grant Ad
ministration. Mr. Hayes was nomi
nated by the Cameron. Conkling.
'ackards, Babcocks, and "the confi
dential advisers of the Administra
tion,'' and if elected, ho can- no more
cecape their control, the New Haven
Jie(f.ster thinks.nhan a pyray in the
hands of a giant! If they can elect
him they can mo him or break down
us Administration I
Tbe New York Trihunt finds Gov. Til.
den's answer in that Torre Haute railroad
csm "perspicuous nd !o tbe point," sod
doesn't see io the facts any "occasion f r the
mudtliroAing about this busim-sa in which
some of Gov TiloVio's opponents have to vig
The 1-riee of Wheat, and the Froepecl.
- Last week wo published the esti
mate made in Liverpool that tho sup
ply and demand for brUdstuffs tha
present year will bo about equal, but
late dispatches indicate that the yield
is generally less than was anticipated
in all England, and tho harvests of tbe
American States all promise less than'
previous figures. As to tho matter of
ocean freights, so fur as can bo judged
at present thev rule at a reasonable-'
figure, nnd owirig to the stagnation of
commerce throughout tho world, we,
may reasonably expect a large fleet to
steer for tho Pucifio coast. This, tok
en into consideration with tho partial
failure of crops both in . Oregon and
California, and consequent lessened
demand for tonnage, gives us ground,
to hope for n reasouanlo advance ori
It is true that as a general thing'
those persons who have disposed of
their crop in thu fall have had as good
prices and easier times so far as mon-.
ey was concerned, than those who,
held tor an advance, otill there is.
judgment to be used in this connec
tion. When a great staple has reached
the lowest price known tor n general
tion, as is the cuso thb present yeat
with both wheat rind , wool,'; wo may-
safely hold for a rise; at least long
enough to let tho market assumo a,t
settled condition. Our wool nearlv
all wont bit at 15($1G cents per pound,
and producers sold giherally without.
hesitation, it is truu that many need
ed tho proceeds of the wool clip to use
in carrying on harvest operations, but.
manv sold who could have easilv held
on a few weeks to see bow matters
would shape. San Francisco advices-
show that this valley wool sells there
readily at zU.4 cents per pound.
llio idea is that when a great sta
ple declines too greatly upon a sud
den contingency, that it is a safo time
to buy and an unsafe time to sell. Su
with our wheat : we do not advise any
person to involve himself . tp hold liiii
wheat, but we present these facts for
the consideration of all. . ,
We do not look for any. creat ad?,
Vance iii w licit during the present
harvest your, thong! it is more than
possiblo that'somu contingency may.
arise next opting ana cummer 10 .
make the price good. That is a con-,
dition that few persons can afford to
depend upon, but we consider it luiily
probablo that wheat will oppreemto
value fully 10 cents per bushel.
Within the next six weeks. That, too,
seems to bo tho opinion entertained
by many men of experience. That ,
much advance will add nearly half a.
million dollars to tho available means
Of Oregon farmers.
Looking ahead one year we may '
reasonably expect that tho prico of,
wheat will be better then than now.
in which casu those will do best who,,
sell their wheat with tho first rise, as.
was the caso last year. Thero is a,
fi ir show that cheap bread will induce,
a larger consumption, and the amount
to bo carried over another year may,,
bo short of the usual quantity, ia
which caso even nn average yield ma
not satisfy thu demand for tho ensu
ing year. This, of course, is specula';
tion, but the point to bo arrived at isi.
every Oregon farmer should go to
work with good heart to make the.
arvest of 1877 as large as possible.
The only way to reap the benefit of
a good demand at a fair price, is to
have wheat to sell and plenty of it
There is nothing to discourago : for.,
tho history of Oregon farming snows,'
that three years have never gone . byy
and not seen wheat worth ono d6llar
Front a Dl.ilniinlalied Jurist. 4
"I have tried the I'krlviak 8ysup and
the result fully sustains your prediction. It
has made a new mao of me, iodised into my ,
system new vigor and energy. I am no,
longer tremulous and debditatedas when ?od'
lost saw me, but stronger, heartier and with -larger
capacity for labor, montal and pbyai--cal,
than at any time within tbe taut five
years, bold by all druggists.
A Ilemarkable Care. .
1 WgtJT Towksknd, Vt., May 14, 18C0.
MrssRs. S. W, Fotvi.K & 80s t ,
Gentlemen. Several years since I tops; a;'.,
severe cold, which settled 011 my lungs, wljuro,
it remained without relaxation, f was then 1
in Miuisachusetts, and growiejTfor-e and
becoming unable to atknd tar tr.J bullies I,,
returned borne and commenced sedrching in
earliest for some medicine which would re ,
store my lost health, I consulted physicians, t
I trial many femrdies,' but obtained no help,
but daily grew worse. 1 bad a terrible
cough, and raised a good denl of blitod. 1
bad profane night sweats, and severe pain in
my tide. I conliuued in this state for,
months, and became so weak it s with
great difficulty I could walk, when I was ad-,
vised to try Wima's Badux op Wild
CiiKBitr, and to my f&l Joy 1 soon .found,
that this remedy had arrested the diaeast. I
continued to cie the Uai-sam to the extent
of .five bottles, and have since then expert-,
enced so difficulty of the luns. I believe.
the HaUam saved my lile, 'and 1 slmll ever
hold it in liih ratinutiou.
Ypurs truly, . Lkwi. I'iui i-.
The Attorney Genrral instiuetion- hvw j
been publihhed 10 a general ordtff by General
Senator Mitchell is booked for atverar'
slump apeechea jn Ohio,
liubcock's trial is fixed fur the l'Jtb iu.t.