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ESTABLISHED FOB TUB DIXXEIIXATIM OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES, ASD TO EAR7I AS HDSEST LIVING BT TOE SWEAT OP DEI BROW
WHOLE NO. 706
KUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1881.
. $2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
'zwt 5ugw City uard.
i. X. CAMriKM.
PuMlAsrs atl Proprletars.
OFFICE In the building formerly Moupie
by J W. Cleaver, aa a itore, corner Wil
Umfltte nd Seventh Street.
RA.TKS OF ADVEHTI9INO.
Advertisement, inserted M follow, l '
On. square. 10 " or U"' "1e n"CTti,,m ff
ch subsequent lusertion $U Cash required in
.advertlser, wiU be chargej at the fob
a " ix months..... w
u " eue year . V '. . . . . :. . . U 00
Transient notice, in local column, 20 cent, per
in. for each insertion.
Advertising bill, will be rendered rpiartorly.
All ioh work must be paiii run on qeliveby.
idee Hour, -Prom T a. m. to I p.m. Bunders
'il arriees 'from The south anrt leaves oln north
is m. m Arrive, from the north and lesvw r m
. ..w t 1SS P. m- "or SiuisUw. Kranklia n. Use
r. rloi.tA.M.o Wednesday. For Crawford.-
u C.Tp Crk and Brownsville at I r..
i.'ttsrs will bo rea lv for delivery halfnhonreftr
n,,Uf trains. U-'ter. should be left .t the office
Uhour before TrXTTERSO. P. .
F.OOKNB UOTM'r no u, a.
MU flt nl third We Imwlayt In tcli
a i A ..4 A M
Hrr.Mcffit Bim, T.oiki No. 9 I. O.
iO. F. Meetseverv Tuesday tvenlng.
'!n?' WlMSWHALA ExcAHPvr.ST No. 6,
aU oo the Jdaml ,tn wo'urw'mjs -...
tUUKNK LODOK, No. 15, A. O. U. W.
Meels at Masonic Hall the second and fourth
Monday, in each """ 0hb,.b!( M, W,
F. CAUTKQilH, A. M.,M. D.,
Gra filiate of the Medical Depart ent nf the
Missouri State University, and of Jef
ferson Medical College, Phila.
Special attention given to Surgery and
disease, of the Eye.
Cottage Grove, Jane Co., Or.
Dec. IS. 1W. dl8m3
ttas opened DENTAL ROOMS in
J.JL Siigene Jly, over r. i " ""
an I reip.-ctfully solicit patronage of those
wiidiin; tirst-cl.ws work at moderate prices.
DR, JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
HAS PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN
Eugene City. Ullice in Uud.-rwoods
Brio, 2d hVir, over Well. Fr' & 0 .'e Ex;
preMOllice, Udii.lunue, two blocks went and
ue nirth of Puhlia School, iu tU Killiu
wxrth property. au2M-tf
A. W. PA TTERSON,
I'lIYSICI.VN AND SUKGEON.
omre on Ninth Street, opine the St.
t'liarlea Hotel, and at Hchldeuie,
liliJUKN'K CITY OKKOON.
DH. JOSEPH P. GILL
C AN BU FOUND AT UISOFFICS orre.
i.lunoe when not professionally elided.
Uiiice at tlie
POST OFFICE DP.UQ STOKE.
Pentdcnre on Eighth street, opposite Prcsby
rinD Church. I
J K V KLUY EST A D MSM HXT.
J. S. LOCKET, fen
Clocks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc
riopjiiriiii; Promptly Executoii.
C3TAII Work Varraiitel.-3
K:iv.rth tV brick, Willamette street
luslcal instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
- '"Vatchcs. Clocks, aad Jcwclrr repsired and
warranteil Northwest corner of Willamette
and Eighth street,, .
Omr DmrlptlT Illaatntted Frte
Lut,Na.t, .(DrroMU.rtk, wtll b
laai about March Irt, 1SS1. Price,
aotad la Ma. a will raaaaia good anlll
Utt data. Bead Toor aaana early for
ar af Ma. t. Frva to mnj addraM.
MOXTUOMEKT WAKU CO
SSI Wabaah Aea thlcaxo. IU
""OTICB IH HEKEBY GIVEN' THAT
X, tae on leriol lmiuitrator of the t--if
X lift has filed bis final aoconnt, and
tit m tir,; I ,u,Uv in Mikivh. lHal.baa h.a
t tit fiiul hri'lD,' if tV m.if.
r A. Hi! r 1', A Jministrat
JOi JUA J. WaLIX'.V, Attony.
The largest stock
ot goods in Lane Co
Is now on Salo at
And tliCao arc a tow.
forod lor CASH I
Nica White Illanki-ts for $4 per pair.
Brocade Dress Gooils for 1 5 cts per yd
Good Cashmere,' full width, 50 pts per
Brocade Silks from $1 25 up
THli Best Assortment in the City of
BOOTS AND SHOES I
Ladies Kid Button , at from $2 up
Ladies Kid Fox from 81 25 up
Ladies California Calf from $1 50 up
Childrens California Calf
Men's California Boots
Men's Good Heavy Boots
Men' Calf Boots
Ladies Pebled Buttoned Shoes 2 up
Clothing Cheaper than any other House.
llocd( ad ctwi aJ
Give me a call and
ftucceuur to SheltoN 4 Wii.kins.
Practical Druggist 6 Chemist,
Nsxtdoor to the Orange Store, Willamette
street, J'.ugeiiu t. ity Uregon.
Have lust opened full line of frexh
Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals.
Aleo a fine assortment of
Fancy anil Toilet Articles.
ALL KINDS or
Mixed Paints, Lead, Oil,
W1H30W GLASS and PUTTY
Which they will nhviiys iell on reasonable
Carfful ntienlion given to Physician frt
B. F. 00RR1S,
House Furnishing Goods Qsnsrally
Vel!s Driven Fromptly
Eugene Citv. Oregon.
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... all aMlbMI.. M4 U wtWWi wttko
M r mm, V f.ll "k (or
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b. wk. rw. "7 -rfi-t
IfOR GESEIMI. MKHCIIANDIftEfc-a
T. C HEN PRICKS,
AV JUAN LIMK f.irsale br
-VKWSTOt K OF II.IT-The bet
l aui jr.-est ever brou.ht to Ei'n.
oi tlio Bargains of
Ladies under Vests at from 50 eta up.
A Large assortment of Triming Silks,
75 cts to $1 25 per yard
A fine line of lloosiery, all prices
Overalls from 50 cts up.
from $1 up
, $ 50 worth ?0
?3 50 to $5
$1 worth $0
can e $c snuwtele.
Sa?e - Yourselves MONEY
alxrajt Criros ca-1 ncvor disap
points. XioworlU'o groat Paia
lleliovor for Kaa and Beast.
Cheap, quicl; and reliable
is not Narcotic. 'Children
grow fat upon, Motlicr3 like,
and Piiysiclans rccoaimcnd
CASTOUIA. It regulates tko
Bowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fcvcrlslmess, and de
WEI DB MEYER'S CA
TARRH Cure, n ConstltnUonnJ
Antidote for this torrfbla inala
ij, br Aosorptlon. The most
Important Fisoovcry since Voo
ilnation. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh, this core, at
any stace heXore Ccnaamptioa
onm mw cunc crnoc
UUUI hilU 0IIUL OIUllLi
Shop mi Willamette street, 2nd door north
of hardware store, Kngene City, Or.
will h jreift er keep a complete stock of
LA OILS', NIMS.S'
CHILDREN'S . SHOES
Ualterit, Cloth and Kid,
Klip pen, white and black,
l-'enh 1LI iiioes.
MENS &. liOYS
rtNC iMD HEAVY
BOOTS L SHOES
And in fact everything in the BOOT and
SHOE tine, to which I intend to devote ni
MY GOODS ,
Were manufactured to order,
ARE FIRST CLASS
And guaranteed as represented, and will be
sold for the lowest prici that a good article
an be a.Tordcd. jri7-7stf A. Ill' XT.
I HAVE ESTABLISHED A
On the c-.rnr of Eleventh and Willamette
si reeu.and keeM con-tantiy oil hind lunilwr if
all kinds, hesooned flooring and r"ti-, fenc
ing and fence poetl F. L. DUNN.
. JCUOKNK CITY
ALEXANDER, 3. B. -Jostle of the Tear,
South Eugene l'reciuct; ottio, at Court House.
ABRAMS, W. IL BRO.-riauing mill,
Mh, door, bliud and moulding msnuiautory,
Eighth street, east if mill nee. Everything
' In our tin, furnished on (hurt notion aud
BOOK 8TORE One door south of th, Astor
House. A full stock of assorted boi rtaixr,
plain and fancy.!
CRAIX BROa-Dealer In Jewelry, Watch
m, (.'locks and Musical Instmuieiils Wil
lanietto street, between Seventh and Eighth.
CALMSOX, R. G. -Dealer In crooenea, pro-
' visions, country produce, canned gnoils, books,
tatjfinerv, etc., southwest comer Willamette
DORRIS, GEO. B. -Attorney and Cminsellor
at Law. Ottio, on Willamette street. Eu
DORRIS, B. F. Dealer In Stove, and Tin
ware Willamette street, between Seventh
ELLSWORTH I CO.-Drugi.dsU and dealer,
in paints, oils, etc, Willamette street, be
tween Eighth and Ninth.
FRIENDLY, S. H. -Dealer in dry poods,
clothing and general merchandise Willam
ette street, between Eighth and Ninth.
GUARD OFFICE-Newjmaiwr, book and Job
printingollioe, corner WiJlumetteandSevtulh
GRANGE STORE-Dealrr, In general nier
chamuse ami produce, corner .kightu and
GILL, J. P. 1'hysieinn, Sup0eon and Drug
gist, 1'ostotnce, Willamette s reet, Intween
Seventh and Eightli.
HAV8, ROBT.-Wlnes, Lhiuors, and Ci
gars of the best nimlity kept constantly on
hand. The best billiard table in town,
HENDRICKS, T. G.-Dealei in general mer
thnndiiie northwest corner Willamette anj
IIODES, C Keeps on hand fine wine, lii
uors, cigar, ana a pool ami uuiant tanle:
Willamette street, between Eiglith ami
HORN, CITA& M. -Gunsmith. Rifles ar.u
shot-guns, hreet'li anil inuule lor den, for sale.
Repairing done in the neatest style and war
ranted Shop on !Hh street.
KIXSEY, ,T. D.-Sftsh, blinds and door fac
tory, window and dixir frames, mouldings,
etc., glazing ami glass cutting done to order.
LYNCH, A -Giwrle,, provisions, fruits, veg-
etanlcs, etc., Willamette stmet, lirst uoor
south of Postnlhou.
LUCK EY, J. S.-Watchmaker and Jeweler;
kees tine stock of goods in bis line, Willam
ette street, in Ellswurth', drug store.
If cCLAREN.JA.MICS -Choice, wlncs,ll(iiorB,
ami cigars ilinmette street, between bightli
MKLLER, M. Brewery--Lager liei-r on tap
ami ny tne Keg or uanei, corner oi Aintli and
Olive streets. .
OSBURN & CO.-Dealere in drmjs, me dloines.
clieimcals, oiln, pnints, etc. Willuiu-tte sU,
opjxwite S. (.'Iisr.es HuteL
PATTERSON. A. 8.-Alius stwk of idaln
- and fancy veiling chiiIs,
PRESTON, WM.-D-aler In riwidWy, liar-
nea, I arriago 1 rimming, etc. WiILimutte
street, between Seventh and Eighth,
POST OFFICE -A new stock of standard
school books just received at the poxt otlice.
REAM, J. R. -Undertaker and huildinif con-
tractor, rrner Willamette and bovcntli
ROSENBLATT i. CO. Dry go.!,, clothing,
groceries and general merchandise, southwest
comer Willamette and Eighth streets.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL - Charlas. Pa-
ker, Proprietress. Tim bent Hot, In tho
city. Comer Willamette ami Ninth streets.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES-A large ami varhd
as"ortiiieiit of slates of nil si fs, nnd quantities
of .dates and slate-books. Three doors noith
of the ex press otlice.
THOMPSON & BEAN-Attorneys at-l.w-W'illumtttte
street, between Seventh and
WALTON. J. J.-Atlorney-at-Lnw. Oflice-
Vlllainett street, between bevenlli and
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS in
all its branches at the old stand, olfcrintr
I increased inilucements to custouiers, old nd
new. As uerctuiore, the most
Careful attention given to Prescripions.
On the west side of Willamette Street, between
Eighth and Ninth.
Having just oiuicd a new and neat Meat
Mrket, we ure prepu'.ed to furnish he best
Iteef, Venl, .Tint ton, Pork, etc.,
To our customers, at the lowest market rates
The custom of the public is respect
Meats delivered to any part of the cltv free
of chanf. M.CnitNACK k KKNKIUW.
LIFE OF TRADE
1 TTILL DO WORK CHEAPER than any
? other hn In tov n.
HORSES 6H0D FOR 2 CA6H.
j W ith new material, all round. Resetting old
i AU warraiiUd to give satisfaction.
4 Elxop cn.the Corxer cf 8th .and
Trout are plentiful in tlif Clackamas.
La Grandu will prolxtbly have a rail
Nine blocks of land in Oregon City
recently sold for $325.
The nearest paper to the Tort Or
ford Tost is at Coos Day, sixty milA
The taxable property within tho cor
porate limits of Weston amounts to
Dr. Tower has the contract for keep
ing the Coos county paupers rt 4 0D
a week apiece.
Joseph Terrier nnd Edward Deau
clminp have been arrested at Weston
chnrged with horse-stealing.
A lliissian Finn named M, New
guard, employed at l'j,'i"S ennip
on Smith Slough, has mysteriously dis
appeared. Tho total amount of tax collected in
Union couety for the ysar 1880 is $28,
59G CO, while tho delinquent tax for
the Ftinio year amounts to $9,1 H.
Mr. Sol. Garrison, of Clackamas, has
turned out 140,000 hoop poles this
season, and Mr. John Hmdley over
100,000 both lots being for tho Sun
The employees of tho Oregon City
Woolen Mills have organized a sort of
fire department among themselves.
They have elected a Chief and an
Assi Mant Engineer and five Foremen
-Chinamen for privates, wo presume.
It is erroneously supposed by many
that the lnnds embraced in the Mal
heur reservation have been thrown
open for settlement, A bill is before
Congress appropriating $12,000 for the
purchase of such possessory- rights as
tho Indians hwo thereto, but as yet it
has not Wen passed.
Conductor in the Oregon Railway
and Navigation company's service it
coive 92 a month; engineers 90, $100
and $125; brakesman $G0. Mr. J. L,
I'lallrt, the General Superintendent of
construction, is paid f5,000; tiding
bosses 02,000 a year; Chinamen $1 a
day and board themselves; white men,
$1 85 a day; two-horse team and Jdri.
ver, if 1 a day; fuur-horso team, G; six
horse team, ?8.
Guy Smith, who was sent to the pen
itentiary from Yamhill ooui.ty lately
for a term of live yeary while working
J. R. I'tirler,' the nurseryman, near
Cornelius , stole about 3000 fruit trees
from tho nursery and deposited them
out in the woods near Cornelius so as
to have them ready to ship, lie was
so ignorant, however, that he left the
left the trees lying in the brush with
the roots exposed and consequently
obey were spoiled.
The contract for building the new
Ilnplist colhgii nt McMinnville, has
lcen li t to Mr. White of Portland.
The brick for tho building will 'be
burned near by the ground. It is tho in
tention of tho directors to finish the out
side of the structure this season and as
much of tho interior as possible, though
they hardly hope to complete it entire
ly. The building is to cost $17,000,
and will bo a handsome and commo
dious structure of its class.
Cheap postage, cheap fares, cheap
transportation and cheap telegraphy
are the great desiderata of the present
day. The latter is perhaps the most
important of all, as it would largely in
duce tho others, and is an object fraught
with interest to tho entire public. Of
course the great moiup dy just formed
and which now controls the telegraphic
lines, ha in its possession too good a
thing not to fight hard to keeps it, and
its manager will do so. Still, let it
lierememlered that tho constitution of
the United States gives Congress con
trol of all post roads; the telegraphic
lines are identical with them in pur
pose and the wires are virtually post
roads, within the significance of the
law. It was the mother country w hich
taught us the universal benefit to be
derived from the cheap postage, by her
wlf adopting and testing the penny
system; now let us learn from the same
the source (where it also has le-en
lsen proven to le a grand sucess)
mwU Diildic advantage of a cheap tele-
i graphic rate of tolls under the control
OI WiC X UBlUilU- ii
The American rig
New York Time,.
In their effort to deny to tho Ameri
can pig the right to land on European
shores the foreign despot among
whom for tho sake of convenience, M.
Grevy may ls included profess to be
influenced by tho loftiest motive. They
dislike, foresooth, tho manner anJ
customs of tho American pig. They
say that he is addicted- to tho degrad
ing habit of trichinosis, and that if he
i. admitted among the pure and inno
cent pigs of Europe, ho will 'corrupt
their morals, and his evil influence will
affect tho health and spirit of the Eu
ropean pork eaters. Of course,' this
accusation is a mere pretext. The
American pig will compare favorably in
point of trichinosis with any other liv
ing pig. It is tho fact that he is lorn
in a free country that makes him dread
ed by tho enemies of frco institutions.
The influence of American freedom
upon our pigs is very marked. The
Western pig can jump fences which the
unenterprisingEuropean pig would never
dream of attempting to jump, and he
manifests a love of adventure in con
nection with (lower and vegetable gar
dens which proves that he has caught
much of the bold, freo spirit which
leads the Western man to invade
Indian reservations and, to defy the
treaty pigyokes which are designed to
restrain his enterprise. Of course, this
type of pig is grossly offensive in Eu
ropean eyes, and henco the effort to
prevent American pigs from visiting
Lnrccny kjf Bullet.
On Monday tho 4th inst, C D.Simp-'
son of Albany, was arrested at tho in
stance of A. L Ilridgewater, the charge
against him being larceny by bailee.
Tuesday a preliminary examination wa
had at tho court house before Justice
Haven, and Simpson was bound over
to trial at the Circuit Court. His bond
were placed at $500, and J. A. Craw
ford aud James Dannals became his
ltondmen: The Democrat says: The
facts proved were that A L. Bridge
water had stored with Simpson 71
bushels of wheat; that Simpson with
out authority had sold tho same and
failed to account for the proceeds. Thi
case is proposed as a test trial of the
questions involved and will be followed
with interest by many of our own for
mer.y ho have also stored wheat with
The British military service is not
commonly thought to offer many oppor
tunities for promotion to men unbacked
by influence. Yet a recent return
shows that of the present holders of
Her Majesty' commission in the dif-.
ferent branches of tho service, no los
than 329 have been raised from the
rank?. This number is mode up as
follows: Lieutenant General (non-effective),
1; Major General (effective), 1;
Colonels, 3; Captains, 41; Lieutenants,
2G; Second Lieutenants, 17; Riding
Masters, 33; and Quartermasters, 194.
It would le interesting to compare thi
with the number of jwrsons holding
commissions in our own army who
have entered it as enlisted men.
During the last four years in which
the Democrats had control of Congress
the federal dolt was reduced $208,
824,730.27, during thff last year the
reduction was $115,155,808.40. The
receipts and expenditures were so judi
ciously managed that tho reduction in
creased annually. Now the Kepubli
cons have control and will be closely
watched. Will they keep Tip the in- -creased
ratio of reduction! - The veto
ing of the re-funding bill alone blocks
a reduction of $12,000,000 a year, for
which the Democracy would bo credited
but for the control of Ilaye by the Na
Each county in the State of Texa
has received a gift of four leagues of
land, to le used for the support of
county academies or high schools. Thi
provision was made in the early legis
lation of Texas, and many of the coun
ties now have an annual income from
these lands of from $25,000 to $00,000,
and the interest has never been used
except to aid in the support of pulilio