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ESTABUSnED FOR THE DISSEJISiTIOS OP DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES, AJD TO EiRJ A lift EST LIVING BT TUB SWEAT OP Ola BROW.
WHOLE NO. G88
KUGENE CITY, OR. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1680.
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
11 El I
5be 6ujfn City Guard.
Pabli3ln.ra and FropriatBri.
OFFICE In tin building form.rly occupied
by J. W. Cleaver, u a .tort, oornr Wil
lam.tU and Seventh Street.
RA.T B OF XDVKITISINO.
Adf.rtU.naenU Inserted m follow.:
On. .quar.. W line or lew, one insertion $3;
tea suWeqM"t Imertion L Cash required in
iet- , !11 . !, f1.
Is now on Salo at
a sauar. threo months.
" iix month....
ii one yew w
Transient notice, in local column, 20 cent, per
lis. for eoh insertion.
Advertising bills will b rendered quarterly.
All oh work wuit bo rain ron on psuvest.
eo Hoar. -From 7 a. m. to T p. Sunday
''iT.ilirri'ifti'iiuIe south an le.Te.winf north
i. i. m Arrive, from th. north tnl leave. oin
. .VLrt 1M P- Prmnklin nd lrng
;jitai ? .wi-rj:1y.-.,.c-r",or,u"
.Llof train.. Letter.aould bo left t tbo ooo
fMkorM..n. . xXpATTEBBON.r.H,
,leets lint and third W.luelr. In eoch
BrsHcvn Btrrn Txhhib No. 9 I. O.
St3 . jj0. r Meewevery
eU on the M.nd 4th wineiay. m
1.UUEK LODGIt, iNO. 15, A. U. y- -Meet,
at Mawmio Hall th. second and fourth
-ii I..TB in uch month.
juvu-j - y w OsBUBH, M. W.
J, C. GRAY,
-.a norvrn tif.VTAL ROOMS IN
u rinnn'i store.
ind repoctfully licit patronage of tho.
DR. JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
, (Formerly of Yamhill County.)
TTA.S PEttMA-XEXTLY LOCATED IN
H w,.,n llitv. 0!Bco in Und-rwoodi
Bncit. 2d fljor, over WIU Fawo CV Kx
oreM ortiise. Kidence, tn bloaki west and
on. north of Public SohoJl, in tus
worth property. u2trtt
. TT. PATTERSON,
niVSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ace Nlntb Street, opposite the 8t.
Cbarlen Motel, an al lleoldente, .
KJGlfiNK CITY O11I0CJON.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL
CA.N BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or re.
idonce when not profeMionUy eniatfeO.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eitfhth etroet, oppo.ite Presby
The largest stock
of goods in Lane Co
1, B. BUM'S
And th.Ceo aro a f ow of the Bare a ins of
Kiyt White Blanknta for $1 per pair.
Brocade Dregs Goodi for 15 eta Der vd.
Good Casliuiere, full width, 50 cts per
Brocade Silks from $1 25 up
Ladies under Vests at from 50 cts up.
A Large assortment of Triiuing Silks,
75 cts to $1 25 per yard.
A fine line of Hoosiery, all prices
Overalls from 50 cts up.
Sore Moral Ltsiont of tin I'ampoign.
Norwich, Conn., Nov. 22, 1880.
I To tub Editor or The Nation:
The old Eatls Farm, containing 200
acres about a milo from Sheridan, was
e.o a . . r,, 1 sold recently for Fb.000,
. l a it A (.r. anj U vit a vvi . w v v.w.a v i e "
niiu.a.oni'dit, v a.. v iipnt. ui biiv vohv I.. is. .i . I.
South EuLitie Precinrtioilioe at Court Uouoo. tne moral History oi tue receni ponu
ASTOIt IIOUSE-Oiaa. Baker, tMp. The cal compaicn I doairn to call attention
only Brt clM hoUd in the city-Willamette . ., , . , ,. .. i i
treat, oue d.wr north of the it ollic to the following publication, which in
ADRAMS, W. II. ft URO.-PUuintf will, th 9 form of a card was issued from the
wi, aoor, bima and monliliuif m.nuUvtnry,
tiglitn itwt, eaat tf will race, r.vfrythiu
in our line furnuhed on abort notice an
l2j Repuldican National llead(juartcrs in
New York City, Brooklyn, and proV
BOOK STORE-On. donr routh of th. A.tor P dur"'8 11,8 Wcek Pn'
iioum. a iuu .wca oi MHortea uox papera or to election;
B5YDri!rLER-MeatIarV,e.f.Wa,. '" b
.... ....... .....i. ... i l i v':i. ....... . .
between KiKhth and Niuth.
tho destruction of American
crocene., pro- nianufacturen, and that the only poasi-
id book., bio way in which Amorican manufact
ner illainette ' , . i , r i
Tilt FREE TRADE CLl'B Of LONDON,
""7" t"" r".' "Let it be understood once for all
CIiAIN imua. Iealer In Jewelry, Watrh- .i Tn i tv 11 .l.,.,,!
es Clock, and Muaical In.trunu-iit.-Wil. tliat the salvation of England depend
iniuvtn HWh wvmwii uwivutu buiva aiu vis. i uililk
CALLIaON, R. G.-Dealcr in
vinlnna. country linxluce.cannn
tationrry, etc, eouuiweai corner Illainette e i
...t h.k I nrerti mil lm Ii'ntroved is l)V froe-traue,
DOKRIS, GEO. B.-Attorney and Counn-llor This can only como through Democracy
at Law. oilic on Willamette tret. Eu- anj Democracy can only secure con
gene City. , . . . v ti. votp. 0f
DORRIS, B. F.-Dcaler in Stove, and Tin K.. Vi r l 1 ...ut l,,l,
.... i . I ltnultmnn 1 1 AUP HllfrlftTllI inilKL IUU I'll
wfiro iiiamuii tirt, between JMvrnio 41 " n -
7:..Uk I., l.nau1lUiA an annm IliA tHiin tt'hn
UU V.liilblto 111 I It7 1 Oil A C CM Bit BavS(V "
DURANT, WM. Meat Market beef, pork, left their homes vowing vengeance serve
teal and mutton eon.tnntly on hand-Ainth l.,.r :nt,.rests bv WOrkilitT for ft party
Ladies Kid Button at from $2 up ELLSWORTH ft CU-Dn.pfbu and dealer. " ' J4 V cotrol oftthf, C0UI7'
o r i in paint., oil., etc-Willamotu .tre.t, be- will inevitably carry out tho policy
Ladies Kid Fox........ , frf$L2J0 Eighth and Ninth. j,, U108l de.ir,.
Ladies California Lalf irom 1 OU Up FIUEXDLY S II Dealer in drr B(MKt . ... . t .1 i
Childrens California Calf.. from $1 up .Uhln? all nerkl S.n'li Att I' "' ne"ry to ftss'rt tl,at
A . . . Aaa . 1 A I I. ...I. el. ..1 K . ..k I . t II 1 . i HkiHA..I.
31en 8 California lioots ouwortn?o u. u uus anegeu cxtraci was never hh-
Men;s Good Heavy Boots . . S3 60 to 5 ARDOF eJ from anything, and that the whole
Men Calf Boots 4 worth $o IlrteU. mildi.-ntion was a fraud, and as much a
THE Best Assortment in the City of
BOOTS AND SHOES !
Ladies Pebled Buttoned Shoes 1! up
Clothing Cheaper than any other Houso.
ulocdt'J as ciean as can Cfctd Snuunelt.
Give me a call and Save Yourselves MJ lY
GRANGE STORE Dealer, in ceneral mer
B. F. DORRIS,
House Furnishing Coeds Generally
Vells Driven Promplly
J. S. LliSKEY,
Clacks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Rcpairiag Promptly Executed.
. tJTAHWork Warranted.1
Ell.wurtH ft Co.'. brick, Willamette street
Ii 3 H
ceneral mer I. , .. .i ...
c n Inland produce, comer turhtii and gery as tbo UuneM letter nunuu
w: -...- ii. n i n n .1.1 Tl., iMrvSnuin
GSliio evidence to this efet is alone sullicient
f. .1 I 1..!. .l.il. i- i I I! I. . ii. n I .I.?,. nuunWinn
oeveniii wiu ciiivn, iq estauilhil vile ii utu ui tmo koctviv.u..,
AYS, ROBT.-W inc., Liqiiom, and U- f nerson or DaDer favorinir free
hand. The bent iiliiurd table in town. It,!.. i.m,1rl nvr Kn fiviliHli enough
I iiiuviu "vui -w - a
HENDRICKS. T. O.-Dcalc ingeneral mer I .,, . nMnM n Binn:j ...J
clumlue northwest corner muawette auu """'&""
Aiuth .treeta. Iimivn. .ml likrlv tn lw uaau to DrciU
i ... ... " I - J .
I HODES, C Keep, on hand 'ne ''I dion tha verv ol iect which it was do-
iiam niirnrt tinii a nnni inn iiii imni uliiibi : i - - u
Will'ametU atreet, between Eighth and gjreJ to promote. But apart from
Niuth. . . , i.i. t. -
n n-.a 1 1 thin tho direct evidence is couiiueio, iur
I1IUK;, VllAS. xu. uun.nuiii. lunn nr.u -
allot (riiiia, breech and inuxzlo loKlcrw, Mr aaie. tj,ere jg orcanization publicly known
Repairing don. in th. neatest ityl. and war ,,,,, t r I ...
rai ted, shon on wh .treet. as the "Free Trade Club of London,
KINSEY, J. D.-8ah, blind, and door fac- anrwnat ,ioeg not exist, and nover has
tnry, window and door frame., uiouiutnip, I , . . . ,
to., nazinir and claw cuttiwr dou. to order, existed of course could not havo iasuej
LYNCH, A -Groceries, provisli.ns, fruit, yeg- nhaiuphlots. If the author of the
etablcs, etc., Hiuwneiw atr-et, unim - . ,.,, t.Vo
uth of Poatoffice. forcery meant in using the term, i ree
LUCRE Y, J. S. -Watchmaker and Jeweler; Trade Club of London" to designate
Sr&&VWm thereby (as ho probably did) the Cal,
McCLAREX.JAMKS-Chol(,wine.,1lquoni, den Club of Enclaiid (which, by tho
.ndcwan.-ilUmett.atroet.lK.Ue.uEiijhth way( ia not exclusively devoted to the
MELLKR, M. Brewery Lager beer on tap advocacy of free trado), thon 1 Simply
and by the keg or barrel, cornerof Ninth and .,,.., orL,auiMtion has ever
Ulive strveu. J
Eugene City, Oregon.
War has commencsd la Eurcpe!
R. G. CALLISON
HAS MOVED TO THE BUILDXG AD
joining Frien-Uy'Store, and i. prepared to
furnui, all who may give h.m a call wh tht
bert quality of very tl ling .Mually -kept ; m
first claa. grocery and provision store, .uch as
at reaaonaDi. raws n.r - -v f ou
Give me a call and see what lean do for you
Thankful fo past patronag- . "
"f": rtf tlLcityfre.
charge! R G. CA1 J JSOK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Administratrix of theetate Mthias eu r
dec'd.bythe ( o mty Jonnoi - .j
and that all penon. having c a.m.
.Ute are hereby reverted to lree
i. rnTrT)iichers at tne 'i
fic of Thomrn ft
Oregon, within six montns iron- - ,
aUons owingest,te r rrfjt-
eall at the othce oi l noiu"
tl. the .nme immediatelv. . .fri.
MARY MKlAla, u,u"""",js
F. iVI. VILKINS,
Succewor to SB ELTON ft Wll.KIXS.
Practical 0 ruggiss & Cbisis,
Next door to th. Grange Store, Willamette
street, r.ugeue uiy uregon.
Have iust opened a full line of fresh
Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals.
Also a fine assortment of
Fancy anil Toilei Articles.
ALL KINDS Or
Mixed Taints, Lead, Oil,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY
Which they will alway. tell on reaaosabl.
Careful altenlion givto to Phyiician'i Pre
Dated Oct 2'. 1B".
.11 v st mi? concern :
. rrT.nl7T.V P.TVEN THAT
Court of Ln. County. erted
haring claims airainst aaid w
. wrrZiithin ai.
aicninzie onng ,u
months from the dte hereof-
M..dral instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Oock., and Jewelry repaired and
waSd Northwest com ol Willamette
tnd Eighth rtr-eta.
170B GESEB41. HEBCHMBHE t
glFjUAN LIMI f JrSa,T-
UoCier. Ice and Physicians
IT 13 NOT NARCOTIC.
tlio World's crcat raln-Kc-
llovlnir remedies. Tbey heal,
Bootlio nud euro Burns,
Wounds. Weak Rack and
Rheumatism upon Man, and
Sprains, Calls nud Lameness
.rpon Ecasts. Chca?, quick
FPTTRT.'S nf lirnytln" Slnons.
SnnCoa, Craokllns Cains la tlio
Uoatl, Fotid Eroath, Deafness,
end any Catarrhal Complaint,
caa bo aztermlnated by "Wol Co
Meyer's Catarrh Curo, a Consti
tutional Antidote, hy Absorp
tion. The moot Important Cis"
oovory since vaoeinauon.
OSIU'RN ft CO. Dealers In dnip, medicine., ruado or authorized tny such pubiica
I .1. ...,:..! nil. imlnta atn. V illiuiietta .L. . . ... . .
':. :V. J , II" .V;"n.'.t:r t on. or that tliere is anyining in any
PA'ITERSON. A. S.-A fin. stock of plain of the numerous ecouotnio essays which
1 ntaf.l. . I .1
.m ,.., ,.......8 it h pub w hod that a is cnaraoienzeu
PERKINS. If. C. -County Surveyor and Civil 1 u.
i.'n.M,,u, i(,.i,inc. mi Fifth niwL in nven the remotest decree iy senii
PRESTON, WM.-Dealer In toaddlery, Har- mfints Bkin to those expressed In
street, between oevenm anu cigutn. me curu ui ijucohuii.
POST OFFICE -A new .tock of .tandard
ohd books iust received at the post ollice
DTTttIT 11PV TTnninMlinelnor and mncral lull
h nff b acksm th. tiv-litu sireei., ueiween u-
lamette and Olive.
IrcWAArM 11 TTnrIirtiLker and buildinir con
tractor, oorncr Willamette and &eventn
ttrttiBi i .
ROSENBLATT ft CO.-Dry gomls, clothing, which tho whole community is very
groceries and general nvTonaniuw, wuiuwm .
Under the.se circumstances it is some
what difficult to see wherein the wrong
and immorality of this forgery differ in
either kind or degree from those in
volved in the forged Chinese letter,
Ben Urown, of Woodburn, killed
twelve hogs last week that weighed
3,241 pounds, the heaviest weighing
406 pounds in weight
Edward Murphy, the murderer of
French, will be hung at Pendleton,
January 3th. He is feigning insanity
but thus fur without obvious effect on
Tho Umatilla County Woman Suf
frage Association was organized at Fen
dleton on the I3th mst, with Mrs. N.
E. Despain president and Miss Josia
The proprietors of the Ashland
woolen mills intend putting in and
about tho mill $1,500 worth of new
machinery soon. They find it impos
sible to till their large orders and so
run day and night
The people of Hillsboro have sub.
scrilied liberally in provisions, clothing
and money for tho relief of Levi Fan-
ning's family, who lost everything they
possessed by the burniug of Dr. Bail
ey's farm houso which they occupied.
Newton Miller and N. Harris,
started to tho ltock Creek store, a dis-
tance of about seven miles on the 4th
inst, lost their way and remained out
on the snow storm all night They
found their way in the morning with
their feet badly frozen.
LaGrande Gazette: Saturday night
two weeks ago the horses at
tached to the stage running betweea
Heppner and Pendleton became fright
ened, when near the mouth of Star
canyon, about eight miles south of Pi
lot Hock, and ran off tho road. The
stage was merely a wagon bed at
tached to bob-sleds, and tho ground off
the road being rugged and covered with
rocks, it was not long before drivrn
wajmn bed and U. S. mail were piled
up together in the biiow and left to
take care of themselves, while the
horses and boU took a trip on their
own account Fortunately the snow
was soft and the driver escaped unin
jured, and a couple of men with a
wagon passing soon afterwards con
veyed him and the mail to Pilot Rock.
Search was immediately instituted for
the horses, and after two days they
were found within three miles of the
place where the accident happened,
without a scratch and still attached to
iustlv called upon to reprobate and
.. . ....
Ren- punish. The animus in botn cases was
comer Willamette and Eighth street.
riflDl.OT HOTEL Mrs. A
frew, Proprietress. The best Hote in the namely, to deceive inten-
citv. Corner Willamette and Ninth .treeU. 1,16 sa,ne "a"""Vi
siiTKT.TW. .1. C.-Phviician and Surgeon- tionallv with tho expectation ot lnllu-
. . . . O a. J UL I
north si i runtn rc, nr. uoor o. Du . Toteswith this difference: that
Charles Hotel. 1 o
HTEVEva. MARK Dealer in tobacco, d- the Chinese letter forgery was proo
gars, nuts, cumlies, sliot, pow.ier, nouons, , . WQrk 0 confe8(,c(i rascals,
etc. inameiio .irrov. 1 , . t 1
SCHOOL SUPPLIES A large and varied while the "Free-Trade Club of London
assortment of slates ot nil hups, ana quantities
... . . . . 1.. . j u
ol itlates and Siaie-DOOKS. inra uui. uuim
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
L HUNT, Proirlctor.
Shop on Willamett. street, 2nd door north
ri i i7 . r1;... i-
01 naruware avore, tiujtire wji
will hereafter keep a complete stock of
Valters, Cloth and Kid,
Mlppers, whit, and black,
Freu h kid Shoes.
of the es oress otiice,
THOMPSON ft BEAN-Attorneys at -Law
Willamett. atreet, between Beventn and
WALTON, J. J. Attorrtey-at-Law. Oftice-
Willametta street, between SevenlU and
WITTER, J. T. Buckskin dresIng. Th.
liighest price paid lor deer .kins, &igiiin St.,
UNDERWOOD, J. B. General brokerage
business and agent tor me ionn-cr.icui i n
uranco Company of Hartford Willamett.
atreet, between Seventh and Eighth.
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
TITiLL CONTINUE THE BUSINES3 in
KDyH TV all iU branches at th. old .tand, offering
new. As heretofore, th. most
ri!(I AND UEAVT
r o. cunco
a v w . Panful it(antinn flriuon tn Procrrininne.
And in fact even-thing in th. BOOT and a.' "
SHOE line, to which I intend to devot. m
W.ra manufactured to order,
. s n A V O IPC
Ant r no i ulmoo -.tt7, A rP -r a "nirTTr.
And I (oarantesd - repented, and wiU .be MEA 1 ii.
v,- lwt nricM that T"oa article
ajra-.su ftn IK. werf sde of Wilamette Btreet, between
u..:n. l.it ntni1 . new and neat Meat
Mrket, w. are pr-paied to furnib h. best
Beef, Vl, MoUan.'Pork, etc..
To ur customer., at th. lowest mark.t rate.
The custom of the public Is respect
Meats deliv.re.1 to any part of ths eitj free
( cbar McCOKN ACK ft KiN aHAV.
oan b afforded.
Fruit Trees and Shrub
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Fniit Tree, and Shrubbery can U .applied
t NURSERY PRICES, in Kunene City, by
Aynt for Wallmj Bros.
forucrv was. with equal probability,
the work of men who would Bcorn to
bo characterized as other than gentle
men. Furthermore, there is ever rea
son to believe that ten voters were in
fluenced by the latter fraud where one
-,u ;...nnQrl nnnn Lv the former. But
waa iimuovi. j j
it makes an amazing amount ot auicr-
ence in politics as well as in farming
whose bull docs the goring.
David A Wells.
Of the five new trustees recently
elected, to preside over the corporate
interests of Hillsboro, but two are
willing to serve. License and anti
license is what divides the peoplo of
that town, and the muddle in which
the question has involved them has
temporarily blocked the wheels of lo
A nine mouth's old daughter of L
Prcsser, German resident of Hill"
boro, died recently from being poisoned
by tobacco, she having eiten as is sup
posed tho stump of a cigar. The little
one was taken very suddenly ill and
died in sra-sms, after three or four
The late J. H. Moores was an ex
empt fireman, having served seven
ers in the Salrro company. During
t'le funeral procession Faturday, the
fire bell was tolhd and trie nags over
the engine bouses placed at half-mast,
A Civil Oarrlnge In Ctorjia.
The Walker County (Ga.) Mmenger
says : "A newly elected justice of the
peace in this region who has boon used
to drawing deeds and wills and little
elso was called upon, as his first official
act, to marry a couple who came into
his ollice very hurriedly and told him
their purpose. He lost no time in re
moving his hat and remarked:
" 'Hats off in the presence of the)
court' All being uncovered,-he said:
'Hold up your right hands. You, John
Marvin, do solemnly swear that to the
best of your knowledge and belief you
take this yor woman, ter. have an ter
hold for yerself, yer heirs, cxekyerters,
administrators and assigns, for your an'
their use an' behoof for ever r
" 'I do,' answered the groom.
" 'You, Alice Ewer, take this yer
man for your husband, ter hev an' ter
hold for ever: an' you do further swear
that you are lawfully seized in fee aim-
pie, are free froiB all incumbrances, an
hev good right to sell, bargain and con
vey to the said guarantee yersell, yer
heirs, administrators and assigns V
"'I do,' said Uw bride, rather doubt
fully. "Well, John, that'll be about a dol
lar'n' fifty cents.'
" 'Are we married f asked the bride,
' 'Yes, when the Urn comes in,' Af
ter some fumbling it was produced and
handed to the 'court,' who pocketed It
and continued: 'Know all msn by
these presenta that I, being in good
health and of disposin' mind, in con
sideration of a dol lar'n' fifty cents, to
me in hand paid, the receipt whereof ia
hereby acknowledged, do and by these
presenta hev declared you man and
wife during behavior and until other
wise ordered by the courts,' "
T?rsos ft Bea, Attomca.