THE BlffiiW, f!IW fil A.1L agr""!!" -itt , -i i ri r"i j rrx" r.Trr" "mmzriz. 'T".ztt" ;.m.i-J'-' . . M "t p..'... 1 u... . .! ii'j j'.u. 1 ''wwr' EST1BL1SIIE0 FOB THE DISSEIMTIO.I OF DES0CR1TIC FROCIPLES, AKD TO EAM 11 HONEXT LITISO BT TUB SVE1T OF CCl BBOW WHOLE NO. 707. KUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1881. $2.50 per year 1.1 ADVANCE . , .mriiix. . a. Usiraxu. CAMPBELL BROS., Publlilnrs aai Proprietor!. MICE In ths building formerly eocupled by J. W. Cleaver, as a store, corner Wil Ua.tte and Seventh Streets. OCB ONLT RA.TBS OF ADVEHTI81NO. jTTtbemenU Inserted as follows: as square. 10 lines er less, one Insertion M ach iuWl'iea' Insertion SL Cash required in WTirisrtUers will be charged et the fob Xi'Athre. month. WOO " six months 8 00 one year U 00 Transient notices in locsi column, 20 oenU per In. fer esch insertion. Advertising bills will be rendered quarterly. All j.b work must be rsin rot on nsuvmr. rosTorricE. 0ee Hoars -Froo. T a. sn. to f p. ss. Sundays "JluJJrui fromThe south soA leaves fol Borta 7. . m Arrive, from to. north and leave. foin riU.t ... WrinW. FurCrawfottU Ctp Ctk end Brown.vill. at I .. iZtLvTwin be wwty lor IU7 h-W " hoar afur JSIins. Utw.hold U loft st the elBce ',MkWr,b.f. -"'XpiTTEBoOK.r.K. SOCIETIES. Knaiwl ton" . . A- M ,Vet Int aas third W.la-eaays in wi itb. .n. Dennta Bern l-no no. w -. v. r o. F. MoU.Tery Toeedy veninf. VfcjLL Wimwmi.- EwoAnmsirr No. 6, JJSoi, Jd ud U Wednesday, in each month. Xdueni Lodoi, No: 15, A. O. V. VT. Meets at Masonic Hall the second and fourth Md,y.Uchmonth.w 0((iDit M w F. GAUTHORN, A. M., M. D., Graduate of the Medici I)epertn ent of the Missouri Stste University, nd of Jef ferson Medics! College, Phils. A. Special attention given to Surgery and diseases of the Eye. Cottage Grovet Lane Co., Or. Deo. 18, 1880. U8mS DENTIST. J, O.GRAY, HAS OPENED DENTAL ttOOMS IN Eugene City, over F. B. Dunn s store, and respectfully solicits patronage of those wishing first-class work at moderate prices. DR, JOHN NICKLIN, Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur. (Formerly of Yamhill County.) . HAS PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN Euirene City. Office in Underwoods Bricit, 2d flosr, ever Wells. Faro t Co. s hx press office. Residence, two blocks west, and as north ( Publie School, in the KiUinw worth property. u28 tf A. TV. PATTERSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, emee on Ninth Btroet, opposite. tUo St. Charles Hotel, mnd at Residence, KiTGENffi CITY OUhiOUN. DIL JOSEPH P. GILL CAN B FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res idence when not professionally engaged. Office at the POST OFFICE DRUGS STORE. : Resldenrs en Eighth street, opposite Preshy run Church. JEWELRY ESTABI.I3MENT. J. So LliCKEY, DEALSn IN Clocks, Wachcs, Chains, Jewelry, Etc. Repairing Promptly Executed. CVAIIWork Warranted. jpa J. 8. LUOCF.Y, T.lWrth k Co.'s brick, Willamette street CRAIN BROS. DEALERS nr 4J Witehnand t...t mm ........ . - . M.IUII., KfC Watches, CTocks, and Jewelry repaired and warranted. Northwest corn-r of Willamette ad Eighth streets. NOTICE. 0sr DmrlpttTO lUaotrateel Prteo . all ka (... of Drreooos,oww... -i . w k. ... toil. Frleos) ooo4 will roeaala too til kactate. b. ms yoor souoo oarly t rrof Mo.M. Trmm to aT addr. MOICTOOMKBT WARD COt IT Wabosk AtoCBIosho.IU' FIHAL SETTLEMENT. NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT the undersigned adniinistrstor of the es tate of A Hett has filed his final account, and that the first Monday in March. l&jl,hs been mm lor tnal bearing of the sazae. If. A. HKrr, Administrator CiIUA I. WALTON, Attemoy. The largest stock ot goods in Lane Co Is noT7 on Sale at I. E. DOTI'S And tliCoo aro a f ew. forodfOrCASH: Nico White Blankets for $4 per pair. Brocade Dress Goods for 15 cts per yd. Good Cashmere, full width, 50 cts per yard. Brocade Silks from $1 25 up THE Best Assortment in the City of BOOTS AND SHOES ! Ladies Kid Button Ladies Kid Fox Ladies California Calf .'. Childrens California Calf Men's California Boots Men'b Good Heavy Boots Men' Calf Boots Ladies Pebled Buttoned Shoes Clothing Cheaper than any other House. IcceteJ at cmai at Give me a call and F. J. WILKINS, buccessur to SRtxTOM k Wii.kins. Practical Druggist & Chemist, UNDERWOOD'S BUILDING, Next door to the Grange fttore, Willamette street, fcugene LJity uregon. Hava lust opened s full line of fresh Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals. Alow uus Fancy and Toilci Articles. IUa Ana aastiprmnnt ftf ALL KINDS Of Mixed Paints, Lead, Oil, Varnish, Brushes, WINDOW GLASS and PUTT Which they will always sell on reasonable rsmii Careful attention given to Physician'! Prt tcriptioni. B. F. DORRIS, DEALER IN stoves, au?cs. Pumps, Pipes, MetnH, Tinware. AND House Furnishing Goods Generally Wells Driven Promptly AND Sttisfcclion Guaranteed. Willamette Ntrcct, Eugene City. Oregon. m 1881 d Will W mdht rm tU m&mnt, mm to raM tlirltelCwMta Vwttkl. Stent S. ruis '- h'lIsM to 'I- "' rt tmt. M J, h MS. mmm, r-'r ml toffljto. "Tit. FzTiT a CO., Detroit, Klch. yU UBMEB4I) AEBCIIANDISB Km r.C. HENDRICKS, AN JUAN LIMI f.r sale hr 1. 1 . nxiiiawa I "VfEW HTln. la ur new J 1,1 sad largest eer ) oi tho Earcains of- Ladies under Vests at from 50 cts up. A Large assortment of Triming Silks, 75 cts to $1 25 per yard. A fine line of Hoosiery, all prices Overalls from 50 cts up. at from $2 up from $1 25 up from $1 50 up from $1 up $4 50 worth $6 $3 50 to $5 I worth $6 $2 up Cff can sc(d o&nuwriele. Save Yourselves Children Fischer's ' Kotiors L2io and Physicians recommend it. IT IS NOT PARCdTlC. CENTAUR LINIMENTS; lio "World's great Paln-Kc-llcvlng remedies. They heal, soothe and euro Burns, Wounds, YV'cnk Back and Hhcumatlsm upon Ulan, and ' Sprains, Calls and Lameness jcpoa Beasts. Cheap, quick and reliable. EPURTj ef ClKnstln(; Maens, CnuCos. CraoLiinj Pain In tlia Head, rtid Eroath, Ceafaess, and any Catarrhal Complaint, caa be exterminated by Wei Do Meyer's Catarrh Cure, a Consti tutional Antidote, by Ab.orp tion . The meet Important Dis covery ainoe Vaccination. BOOT AID SHOE STORE, A. HUNT, Proprietor. Shop on Willamette street, 2nd door north i i . i.' r': ... A- oi naruware swre, .ugene vttjr, ui. will here ift er keep a jcomplete stock of L.AOIEN, 9IISSM AND . CHILDREN'S SHOES Gaiters, Cloth and Kid, , Button BooU, Slip pea, whits and black, Sandal, Fenh kid Shoes. MENS & BOYS rixa aau au BOOTS & SHOES And in fact even-thing in the BOOT and SHOE line, to which I intend to devote m especial attention. MY GOODS , Were manufactured to order, ARE FIRST CLASS And guaranteed as represented, and will be sold for the lowest prices that a oan be atlorded. a-jr27-78tf A. MIST. h lr"oa .mew I HAVE ESTABLISHED A LUMBER YARD On the corner of Eleventh and WOlaraette stnv4s,and keeps eonxtantly on hand lumber of all kinds, rieasoned fiooriif and m1io, f.nc inf and fence pneie F. B. DUNN. rori I KUOKNK CITY 3SUSINESS XIBCT0RT. ALEXANDER, J. B. Justice ef the Peace Soutb Cugene irecinct: office at Court House. AEKAM3, W. IL ftBRO.-rianlnc mill, saah, door, blind and moulding uanulactory, Eighth street, east of mill race, Everything in out line furnished on short notice and reasonable terms. BOOK STORE One door south ef the Astor House. A full stock of snorted box papers piam ana iancy. CRAIN BROa-Dealer in Jewolrr. VfmlnW es. Clocks and Miuical Imtruments Wil lamette street, between Seventh and Eighth. CALLISON. R. Q. -Dealer in groceries, on- lrtLin. AAnti.rw hMliiM Mh.ul miuI. I.. ... 1. stationery, eta., southwest corner Willamette ana .4 b ets. DORRIS, GEO. B.-Attrney and Counai-llor at law. umos on willamstte street, Eu Rene City. DORRIS, B. P.-Dealer in Stoves and Tin ware Willamette street, between Seventh and Eighth. ELLSWORTn k CU-DruggisU and dealers in paints, oils, etc. wiUamette street, be tween Eighth and Ninth, FRIENDLY, & H.-Dealer In dry roods, clothing and general men-hemline Willam ette street, between Eighth and Ninth. GUARD OFFICE-Newspaper, book and job pnnungomos, corner w lllamette anUSeventb streets. GRANGE STORE-Dealers In general mer cnsnnise and produce, comer eighth and Willamette streets. GILL, J. P. Physician, Surgeon and Drug gist, r os to nice, Willamette s reet, between Seventh and Eighth. HAYS, ROBT.-Wines, Liquors, and Ci gars of the best quality kept constantly on hand. The best billiard table in town. HENDRICKS, T. G.Dealei in general mer .. .ii.. .nku.... ir: ... v iinii'i imj U"i .iinua. vwu.I II UUHUVIM SOU Ninth streets. HODES, C.-Keepi on hand fins wines, liq uors, cigars ana a pool and billiard table: Willamette street, between Eighth and Ninth. HORN, CHAS. M. -Gunsmith. Rifles and shot-guns, breech and muzzle loiders, for sale. Repairing done in the neatest style and war ranted. Shop on 0th street KINSEY, J. D.-Sash, blin.ls and door fao- . 1 I J J M 1 wry, winuow .no uwtr inunes, mouiaings, etc., glazing and glass nutting done to order. LYNCH, A. Groceries, provisions, fruits, veg- etaiues, eta, lllamette street, nrst door south of Postoflioe. LUCKEY, J. a -Watchmaker and Jeweler; keeps a tine stork ol goods In his line, Willam ette street, in Ellsworth's drug store. McCLAREN. JAMES -Choice, wines, liquors, and ciiars lllamette street, between high tli and Ninth. MELLER, M. Brewery Lager beer on tap ana by tne Keg or Dsrrei, corner or xsmtn and Olive streets. OSIIURN 4 CO.-Dealers In dniTS, medicines. cheiqicals, oils, paints, etc Willamette st, npponite S. Charles Hotel PA1TERSON, A &-A fins stock sf plain PRESTON, WM.-Dcaler in Saddlery, Har ness, larrlage Irlniniings, etc. Willamette street between Seventh and Eighth. POST OFFICE-A new stock of standard school books just received at the post office. REAM, J. R. Undertaker and building con tractor, norqer Willamette ana beventb streets. ROSENBLATT 4 CO.-Dry goods, clothing, groceries and general mrrchamltne, southwest comer Willamette and Eighth streets. ST. CHARLES HOTEL - Cl.arlas Ba- ker, Proprietress. The best Hote in the city. Corner Willamette and Ninth streets. SCHOOL SUrPLIES-A large and varied assortment of slates of all sixes, snd quantities of slates and slate-books. Three doors north of the express office. . THOMPSON k BEAN-Attomeys-at-Law- Willamette street, between Seventh and Eighth. WALTON, J. J.-Attorney-at-Law. Ofllee- Willametu street, between Seventh and Eighth. ELLSWORTH & CO., DKUG GIST, WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS In all its branches at the old stand, oflerinr increased inducements to customers, old ana new. As heretofore, the most Careful attention given to Prescripions. gj NEW vSI MEAT MARKET- On the we.t side of Willamette Street, between Eiihth and Ninth. Having Just opened a new and nest Meat Mrkel, we are preparea w luruwa u" Beat; Teal, Hutten, Pork, etc., T ur customers, at the lowest market rates the custom of the public is respect fully solicited. Meats delivered to any part of the city free ofrharre. McOORXACK 4 RKNSH AW, OPPOSITION 13 THE" LIFE OF TRAD! SLOAN BROTHERS 1T7TLLlxWOKKCHEAPEKt5 Y other shop in town. HORSES 8UCD ICR tZ CASE With new maUrial, all round. Kesetting eld Shoes IL , , , tA 11 warranted to give satisfaction. EhoiBicSlthe Coratr cf lih .tnd 01tTtreeti. STATK NEWS. Strawberries aro ripening in the vi cinlty of Eola, Tolk Ca The Roseburjr Indrpendent hat en. tered upon its sixth volunif. Wm, Perciral, near Monmouth, has a field of barley which is now fully headed out Tri-weekly service has been placed on the route from Gardiner to Florence on the Siuslaw, The service from Florence to Collins has been discon tinucd. The Catholic fair recently held at McMinnrillo was a grand suoceia Arch. bishop Seiners wss present the first evening. The proceeds amounted to about $500. The number of persons of the ge to draw money for school purposes in Coos county is 1838. The school fund of that county, recently apportioned by the superintendent amounts to $1718, This is 93$ cents for every child re ported. Riverside: Last Saturday afternoon as a number of children were at play on the railroad bridge between old and new Independence, little Dennie a 7 year old son of A. Wing, fell through the trsstle work to the ground beneath a distance of over 20 feet, strange as it may appear no bones were broken. Mrs. IIulT, matron of the Indian school at Forest Grovs has resigned in consequence of her husband having ac cepted the pastorship of the Baptist church at Pendleton. Rev. Mr. Huff leaves for his new fiold of labor this wetk, but Mrs. Huff will remain until June, A new organ has just been added to the attractions of the school John Sax has let the contract for the erection of his new flouring mills at McMinnville, and work will commence on thorn next week. Mensrs. Kirk pat rick, Duck & Tyler of McMinnville are the contractors. Seven bids were put in upon the work, and among the whole lot there was not more than $75 di (Ter ence, the above named getting tho job at $15,000. Itemizer: On Sunday last the wife of Thomas Stakoly, of Salt creek, was visiting at Mra Butler's, and was sit- m o . a a 3 t ting near the stove witu ner iniani about seven months old, in hor arras when Mrs, Butler, in trying to pour some water from a large tea kettle, up- sot the Mime, the contents drenching the child and scalding Mrs. Stakely very severely on the face and limbs. The injuries sustained by the child hat produced internal inflamation. and its recovery is extremely doubtful, the at tending physicians thinks there is some chance for its recovery. Albany Democrat: Samuel II. Will iams, aged 1 years, a son ef II. a Williams, of Scio, was out hunting the other day, and his rille having been loaded for some time, he tired at a mark, wishing to reload, and in the act dropped his patching, which he stopped down to pick up. The powder horn was still unstopped, and the old patch which had just leen shot had taken fire and was lying on the ground, still burning. Some powder run iroin tne horn, which contained ft quarter of a pound, and came in contact with the burninff patch. The whole exploded, and the boy loy senseless on the ground from 12 o'clock, until 3 P. M. He has recovered from the shock and sustained m? serious damage, except being badly powder burned. Roseburg Independent: The re mains of Mrs, Polly Lane were brought in from the mountain ranche of Gen. Joseph Lane on lost Saturday, and es corted to the vault prepared for herself and husband, by her children and oth er relative When the coffin was ex humed the wood was discovered to be A end the body of pvi 1VVVSJ I w the deceased was found to bo in ft per fect state of preservation, though it had laid in the grave within a few nti,. e,f 1 1 wean. Mra Lane was HIVI) bill va " born in 1802, and died August 17th 1870. There was no display in the transfer of the remains to the vault Quietly, in keeping with the life of one whose history is that of a pure woman, a faithful wife and noble root.ier, the seoond cortege wont its way to the oroetry. Offlctn if the ScMtr. Following is a list of of the officers of the Senate, It will perhaps explain why it is necessary to fight over the organization: Secretary of the aejiate, 4,500, and for compensation as a disbursing offi cer of the salaries of senators, $396; chief clerk, $3,0CO; principal clerk, principal executive, minute and journal clerk, financial clerk and enrolling clerk, $2502 each; librarian and :iix clerks la the office of the secretary, $2220 each; assistant librarian, $1410; five clerks, $2100 each; keeper of the itatieaery, $2105 40; assistant keeper of station ery, $1800: two messengers, $1206 each; one assistant in the stationery room, $1000; chaplain, $900; secre tary to the Vice President,, $2102 40; messenger to the Vico President'! troora 1440; olerk to the committee oa appropriations, $1600; clerk and sten ographer to the oomruittee oa finance, $2500; clerk of printing .cord, $2220; clerks to the committee on claims com merce, judiciary, private land claims, pensions, military affairs, postoffices and post roads, district of Columbia, naval affairs and census, $2200 each; sorgeant-atarmsjand door keeper, $1320; assistant doorkeeper, $2592; acting as sistant doorkeeper, $2592; three mens' engers acting u acting assistant door keeiiers, $1800 each; clerk to the ser geant at arms, $2,000; postmaster to the senate, $2250; assistant postmaster and mail carrier, $2,088; four mail car riers, $1200 each; superintendent of the document room $2160; two assis tants, $1440 each: 'superintendent of the folding room, $2160; one assistant $1200; messenger to the committee on appropriations, $1440; twenty four messengers, $1440; messenger to the official reporters' room; chief engineer, . $2160; three assistant engineers, $1440 each; conductor of elevator; $1200; eight skilled laborers, $1000 each per annum, twenty-four clerks to com mittees, $3 per day. Fine WrlilDj, A short hand competition was re cently opsned in England, the system being Pitmann's, and the object to in- scribe as many words as possible oa one side of t postal card, the writing to be legible to the naked eye. The first prize was awarded to a correspondence dork in a great mercantile house, whose postal card contained 32,263 words, in cluding the whole of Goldsmith's "She Stoops to conquer," and essay by John Morley and Holcroft's "Road to Ruin." Umbrella flirtation: to place your umbrella in a rack indicate that it is . about to change owners. An umbrella carried over the woman, the man get ting nothing I uttha drippings of the rain signifies courtship. When the man has the umbrella and the woman the drippings it indicates marriage. To carry it at right angles under your arm signifies that an eye is to be lost by the man who follows you. To put a cotton umbrella by the aide of a nice silk one signifies, "exchange is no robbery." To carry an open umbrella just high enough to tear out men's eyes and knock off men's hats, signifies, "I am a woman." To lond an umbrella in dicates, "lama fooL" Senator Edmunds, in passing through South Carolina, gravely told the publio through a newspaper interviewer, that 'hat South Carolina, and the South rants, is people. And yet, when the census recently taken proved that South Carolina was having its wants supplied pretty largely in this respect it was this Senator who set up a cry el fraud, and refused to be convinced ua til the census was taken a third time, and by a Vermont man. But doesn't -Vermont want people! She has al- ; most stood irtill during the last decade. The losses by fire in the United States during tho year 1880 t ggregato $79,838,000. For the last five years they foot up $496,269,?00, or an aver age of $81,253,940 a year. This is at the rata of aearly $223,000 Ifor every day in the yea. .The man who could dtvne a means ot rendering fires im possible would b . entitled to a food sized fortuue every day of his life, and for every day of the live of his heirs to all generation.