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ESTIBLISHED FOR THE DISSEIMTIOJ OP OEMIU'EiTIC PRINCIPLES, ASD TO EAB1 HONEST LIVING BT THE SWEAT OP OCR BROW
WHOLE NO. 710.
KUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1881.
$2.50 per year IN ADYANCE
SJttt Vntnt Cittj (butt
t L. OAMPB5LL. J. E. t'AMPBEIJ.
FuMhlnrs an! Proprietors.
OFFICE In the building formerly occupied
by J. W. Cleaver, as a (tore, corner Wil
lamette and Seventh Streets.
BATK3 OF ADVERTISING.
Advertisements inserted a follow. ;
One square, 10 line or leu, one insertion (3;
lush subsequent insertion $L Cosh required in
Time advertiser will be charged at the ful
Ono square three months $1 00
. . tL . O AA
" 111 D1UUU1I,M OW
" one year U 00
Transient notices in local column, 20 cents er
in for each insertion.
Advertising bills will be rendered quarterly.
All ioh work must be paid pub on delivery.
Office Hours -From T a. m. to 7 p. m. Sundays
!, m J:M to S Sfl p. m,
Mail arrive, from the south and leave, iruintr north
10 a. ra. Arrive, iron. ne Dorcn mn iwi.w innus
r ith at 1:51 p. m. For Sinislaw, Franklin and long
Ijin, cloM l S .. on n.unwmj. igiu.iimu.
. . t r .1 ..nil UmBnivilla .t I V W
letter, will be rewlv for delivery half an hour after
rival of trains. Letters should he left at the office
ae hour before mails derwrt.
0 A. 8. PATTER80N P. M.
Pnnms Lodoc No 11. A. F. and A. M
Meet, flrat and third We1nelaj. In each
Un.un.l Ttr.-YT T ft T. O
0. F. Meets every Tuesday evening.
WlW.WR.T.A F.MOAIIPUKMT No. A.
aeets on the Jdand 1th Wednesdays in eacn monvn.
"-t. : ::: - . . . i
hooBNK Lodge, No. 15, A. O. TJ. W.
Meets at Masonio Hall the second and tourth
Mondays in each month.
F. W.Osbobn. M. W.
F. CAUTHORN, A. 1YI., M. D.,
Gr dnate of the Medical Departn ent of the
Missouri State University, and of Jef
ferson Medical College, l'hila.
tflL Special attention given to Surgery and
diseases of the Eye.
Cottage Grove, Lane Co., Or.
JJea 18, 1880. dl8m3
J, C. GRAY,
HAS OPENED DENTAL ROOMS IN
Eugene City, over F. B. Dunn's store,
And respectfully solicit 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
Eusene City. OIHoe in Underwood's
Brioic. 21 floor, ever Well. Fargo ft Co.'s Ex
press office.. Residence, two blocks west and
no north of Public School, in th9 Killings
worth property. aufii-ti
A. W. PATTERSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OfBee en Ninth Street, opposite tlie St.
Charles Hotel, and at llo-ldome,
KuKJKNK CITY ORKUON.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL
C AN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not professionally engaged.
Oihce at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby
J. S. LUCKEY,
Clocks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
fcJTAll Work Warranted..
F.llsworth k C6.'s brick, Willamette street.
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
arranted. Northwest corner of Willamette
and Eighth streets.
Oar Descriptive Illustrated Price
List, Nets, of Dry Gaeda, te will be
assasd shout Msrrk 1st. 1SS1. Prlcea
siswtcd la No. S will remaia good aatU
that date. Send as year ansae early fo
ayyef No.a. Fre teany addrw.
HONTUOMEBT WARD VO
'tfm WEEK. HJsdarat bowesmlf BMae Cortlr
Kiaim. Adaraa. sacs w,
OR BCENA VISTA STONE WARE go
to T. G. HEN PRICKS
$5 to miu;mz$
The largest stock
ot 200 ds in Lane Co
Is now on Salo at
I. B. BUM'S
And theso aro a low.
fered for CASH:
Nice White Blankets for $4 per pair.
Brocade Dress Goods for 15 els per yd.
Good Cashmere, full width, 50 cts per
Brocade Silks from $1 25 up
THE Best Assortment in the City of
BOOTS AND SHOES f
Ladies Kid Button at from $2 up
Ladies Kid Fox from $1 25 up
Ladies California Calf , .from $1 60 up
Childrens California Calf from $1 up
Men's California Boots $4 50 worth $0
Men's Good Heavy Boots $3 50 to $5
Men' Calf Boots S4 worth 8G
Ladies Pebled Buttoued Shoes $2 up
Clothing Cheaper than any other Ilonso.
tcccU'V ad ctai aJ
Give me a call and
F. El. WILKINS,'
Successor to ShELTON ft Wll.KI.N9.
Next door to the Grange Store, Willamette
street, hugeiie City Uregon.
Have juxt opened a full line of fresh "
Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals.
Also a fine assortment of
Fancy and Toilci Articles.
ALL KINDS Of
Mixed Paints, Lead, Oil,
VOTOW GLASS and PUTTY
Which they will always sell on reasonable
Careful attention given to Niyxician's Fre
House Furnishing Goods Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
Eugene Citv. Oregon.
iAU7 1S81 &JJm
fWrtf ti. It nmttim i F '. mr tS
tMl fmrm, tmil rrmm, prVsM a4 eUfwtans, Uf
umaUaf IVju wwim of fUl ) VUr rWslt, risw-ra,
ksBMe. lawssaatM !. Mf rw- w4wi 4m
Umm4 mf riutia nr pUftimf to liv T" mn la,
rrwti Iartlv IWiu wmkm mjmktj W "ffijUf
D. K. FXiiT CO., Detroit, Kci.
pott tEEHtL MEHCHANDISE f
T. C. HENDRICKS,
A.V JUAN LUIB f. sale hv
T. i. HENDRICKS.
TE NTIKIt best
il and jrr-ever LrKi;ht to Eu.-ne.at
of tlio Bargain 3 of-
Ladies under Vests at from 50 eta up.
A Largo assortment of Triniing Silks,
75 cts to ?1 .25 per yard.
A fine lino of Hoosiery, all prices
Overalls from 50 cts up.
can 'a $c snywidt.
Save Yourselves MONEY
clvayt Curoj and iiovor dl.ap"
points. Tho world's great Pali"
Reliever for Kaa aad Beast.
Cheap, quick and reliable
Is not Narcotic. Children
grow fat upon, Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
CASTOKLV. It regulates tho
Bowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fevcrlshuess, and de
WEI D2 METER'S CA
TARRH Cnro. a Constitutional
Antidote for this torriblo mala"
ay, by Aosorption. The most
Important Discovery ainoa Vao
elnatlon. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh, this caret at
any stage before Consumption
T MO SllOf STORE.
A. HUNT, Proprietor.
Shop on Willanictto street, 2nd door north
of hardware store, Eugene City, Or.
will hereift er keep a complete totk of
tiaitem, Cloth and Kid,
Hut ton Hoot,
( Slip pea, white and block,
Fenh kid MhoPM.
MEN'S & BOYS
MM AND HEAVT
BOOTS &, SHOES
And in fact everything in the BOOT and
SHOE line, to which 1 intend to devote m
, MY GOODS
Were manufactured to order,
ARE FIRST CLASS
And guaranteed aa represented, and will be
sold for the lowest price, that a gnd article
aan be afforded. aar-J7-78tf A. Ill' X T.
I HAVE ESTABLISHED A
On the corner of E!ve;.th and Willamette
trwt,and kee. c"tiKii'ly on hand lumber of
a!l kinds. S-awmrd flooring and mtK, fenc
ing and fence posti F. B. DUNN,
ALEXANDER, J. B. Justice of the Teace
noutli une i'recinct: oliice at Court House.
ARRAMS, W. IL ft BRO.-rianinir mill,
shkIi, door, blind and moulillnir nmiuifm torv.
ci.'uui iiim, east ii mui race, everything
in our line furnished on short notice and
BOOht S'lT)RE-One door south of the A.tor
II on. , full stock of assorted box papers
CRAIN HRt-Dealcr ta Jewelry, Watch
es, i iocks ana iuusicai instruments Wil
lamette street, between Seventh and Eighth.
CALLISON, R. G.-Delerln irrocenea. tiro-
" ' "rf I . - , . V " , WlFH.,
stat'onery, etc., soutliweat corner Willamette
vi.fiitia. muntrv nrmliiM MnnJ imn.t. 1...1.
and IKh bta.
DORRI8, GEO. B.-Attorney and Counsell.w
at Law. Office on Willamette street, Eu-
DORRI3. R. F.-Dealer in Stove, and Tin
ware Willamette street, between Seventh
and Kinlith. .
ELLSWORTH ft LU-prngirlats and dealers
in painu., ons, eta uiamette street, be
tween Eighth and Ninth.
FRIENDLY, a H.-Dealer in dry froods,
clothing and peneral nierchandise Willam
ette street, between hbrhth and Ninth.
GUARD OFFICE Newspaper, hook and Job
i'i .Hung vulva, comer t uiamette anuaevenlli
GRANGE STORE Dealers In peneral mer
chamiise and produce, corner Eighth and
GILL, J. P. Physician, Snrgeon and Drug-
pit, i-mionice, uiamette s reet, between
Seventh and Eighth.
HAYS, ROBT.-Wlnes, Liquors, and Cl
ears 01 the best Quality kept constantly on
hand The best billiard tulile in town.
HENDRICKS, T. G.-Dcalei In general mer
chandise northwest corner lllaniette and
Ninth streets. ,
HODES, C.-Keeps on hand Bne wines, q
worn, cigars anu a pom and milium table:
Willamette street, between Eighth and
HORN, CHAS. M.-Gunsmlth. Rides and
shotguns, breech and mur.zle lorders, for sale.
Repairing done in the neatest style and war
ranted. Shop nn 0th street
KINSEY, J. D.-Sash, blinds and door fac
tory, window and door frames, mouldings,
etc., glazing and glass cutting done to order.
LYNCH, A. -Groceries, provisions, fruits, veg
etables, etc, uiamette street, first door
south of Postnffice.
LUCKEY, J. S. -Watchmaker and Jeweler!
Keeps a nne stock ot goods In his line, Willam
ette street, in Ellsworth's drug store.
McCLAREN. JAMES -Choice, wines,llquors,
anu ci wi i uianioite street, between .lglith
MELLER, M. Brewery Lager beer on tap
ami ny tne neg or barrel, coruerot XS tutli and
OSIUrjtX ft CO.-Doaler. in dro, medicines.
cliemicnls, oils, tmints, etc. illamette st,
opK)ite S. Charles lintel.
PA1TERSON, A S.-A fins stock of plain
nu'i iMivy Planing curt 18,
PRESTON, WM. -Dealer in Saddlery, Har-
niws, tamnge Irlmmings, etc illumctte
street, between Seventh and Eighth.
rOST OFFICE- A new stock of standard
school books jimt received at the niHt oliice.
REAM, J. . Undertaker and building con
tractor, corner Willamette and Seventh
ROSENBLATT ft (O.-Dry goods, clothing,
groceries and general iiK-rvliandlHe, southwest
corner Wilhnuette and Eighth streets.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL Charlas Ba
ker, Proprietress. The best Hot in the
city. Corner Willnmette and Ninth streets.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES-A large and varitd
assortment of slate of nil sizrs.and quantities
of elates and Blate-books. Three doors north
of the express office.
THOMPSON ft I!EAN--Attomeys-at-I,aw-Willnmette
street, between Seventh and
WALTON, J. J.-Attomey-at-Law. Office
Willamette street, between Seventh and
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS in
all its brunches at the old stand, offering
Increased liiduceniimtj. tii .niifam.mi ..1.1 mnA
new. As heretofore, the most '
Careful attention given to Prescripions.
' On tiie west side of Willamette Street, between
c.igiith and into.
Having just opened a new and neat Meat
Mrket, we are prepared to furnish he best
Deer, Veal, Mutton, Pork, etc.,
To our customers, at the lowest market rates
The custom of the public is respect
Meats delivered to any part of the rity free
of ehanre. McCORNACK ft RKNMI AW.
LIFE OF TRADE
TILL HO WORK CHEAPER than any
? other .hep In town.
HORSES SHOD FCH 2 :CASIt
With new material, all rounil. lU-m-tting old
.A11 warranted to give ;Ui.fai-ti-.n.
Ehoj cu the Comer if 8 ill aad
"The Beat Gortromcnt! the Sbnth Erer
N Y Sun.
"The carpt lmg Governments were
tne Dost oovernmenU the bouth ever
had." So nays Senator Blair of New
Hampshire in his speech in defence of
Now lot our readers remember that
on the termination of hostilities the re
bellious States were divided into de
partments. The work of reconstruc
tion Wgnn by aeUpn-ssed in Juno 18C8.
The confederate debt, general and local,
had been repudiated. The suWiiuent
increase in the indebtedness of the re
constructed States is, therefore, charg
eable directly and exclusively to Re
publican rule and policy.
In three yonrs $160,000,000 were
added to the debts of the impoverished
States, just emerged from tho desola
tion of civil war. The carpet-baggers
stole and squandered most of this money.
Nor did they stop there. Tho cost of
carrying on the State Government
kept paco with the enormous inflation
of their indcMment, and taxation fol
lowed in the train of both these
excesses almost to the point of con ti sea-
The local taxes of these uina States
aggregated $22,217,537 in 18G0, when
they wore prosperous. They summed
up $20,020,232 when they were pros
trated in 1870. In 18G0 they had 38,
59S.990 acres of land under culture,
valued at $1,207,887,857, and in 1870
they had 31,978,850 acres, valued at
These are appalling Azures. Tho re
vival of the Bouth in the face of them
as exhibited by the returns of tho pres
ent census, is one of the most astound
ing facts iu the history of cilivization.
Now, after the country has put the
stamp of its reprobation on these atroci
ties and compelled the Republican
party to renounce tho Third-Termer,
who was tho instrument through which
they were made possible, this New
Hampshire Senator unblushingly ad
vocates a restoration of that infamous
rule in tho South.
llr. had Bigger Short.
They sat on the curbstones. They
were each about Revcn years high, and
they were concocting ninni lie than
would start a soap factory on its way
"My father drives two horses," said
Dickie, and yourn don't"
"Yes but he drives 'em before a wa
tering cart. My fathei drives cows,"
"My father's got a gold watch," said
"Ves, an' my father's got a big
clock," responded Milton.
My father works every day an' make
money,v assorted Dickie with a paralyx
"Yes an' my father don't have to
work, and gits money give to him,"
"You oughter see my father get
drunk,' followed Dickie. "He says lie's
"My father kin git drunker'n your'n
when he is a nnndter," put in Milton.
"We're going to move and you aint,
asserted Dickie, and lie elevated his
nose as if that settled all argument
"Yer don't know whether we aro or
not I'll bet we are cos my mother
naid we could dig the cat's grave in the
cellar," answered the immesakeof "Par
"My sister's got better clothes than
yourn," said the first.
"Yes, localise my sister won't wear
other people's," retorted the second.
I'm am goiu' tcr have a new pair of
"Anyhow, my shoej is biggem
Tho first Iwy looked down at the feet
of the second, saw that he had him.
sighed, and said he "guessed he'd go
home and steal some sugar cos ins
mother was sick abed." and the second
bov looked as if. even if he had the big
gest feet, he'd be happier if his mother
was sick ald ami went down street
whistling "Hold the Fort"
The Mexican Public Debt Commis
sioners, appointed some time ago, have
just completed their final report of the
national indebtedness which they re
commend should lie recognized. They
place the sura at $142,181,54,50.
Nollirr one Butted."
Three years ago Detroit had about 50
amateur weeklies in full blast One by
one they have succumbed to tho chick
en pox, measles, whooping cough and
hard times, and tho number yet alive
can now be counted on the fingers of
the left hand. Tho latest failure oc
curred yesterday just after tho bells
had struck thirteen o'clock. An ambi
tious, persevering boy of twelve had es
tablished tho Tteiliyht in a little sec
ond floor on Woodward Avenue. Iu
his issue of 23 copies in tho forenoon
occurred tho following item:
Notiss tllerE is A reAd-heded
WOmaniN tllia Sitty, who liCKS hor
Children with the StoVchAndeL Let
Her BEwair or We SHALL puUblisII
The editor of tho liciUtjht was
seated in his sanctum at the hour
named, when a female entered. She
hadn't come to subscribe. She wasn't
there to have a funeral notice. She
didn't look like tho president of a fe
malo sewing society. No one could
read her errand until she had locked
the door. Then she kicked the press
over, upset the standing galley, knocked
the legs from under the editorial table
and laid hands on the editor, Being
taken by surprise, ho did not realizo
what was going on until he had been
shaken out of his Imots and jammed
into tho wood box head first, and ero liw
had gained his editorial composure tho
assailant lmd fled. Rain and desola
tion brooded therO. Havoo and disas
ter sailed around tho room. The red
headed woman who licks her chilcren
with tho stove-handle had played
smash, and left nothing to begin anew
on. No insurance, and no more 7W
UtjhL Detroit Fne Pratt.
Founding a Ftimll.
Tho will of Lord Pcaconsfield is de
scribed by tho telegrams from London as
showing how entirely the idea of found
ing a family of importance had occupied
his mind Ho left all his possessions,
or so nearly all that tho remainder was
(juito insignificant, tothe nephew whom
he had selected as worthy to bear tho
honors and likely to increase tho pos
sessions and importance of what Dis
raeli, if ho wore alive, would' dearly
love to hoar called the houso of Bcac
onsficld. In carrying out this design
the telegrams state that Beaconsfield.
neglected everything and everybody
else. Even the faithful servant who '
had been with liim twenty-five years
and assisted tonursa him in his hutt ill
ness with unceasing devotion, was left
without any provision. This showa
how completely tho project of founding
a great family house possessed tho mind
of tho late Earl. All through his ca.
reer, if not noted for generosityhecon
ducted his alTuirs with a prudent liber
ality which was removed from penur
iousness, and was always careful that
reasonable and just claims were duly
satisfied. That is about as far as ho
went, but his will, as reported on this
side of the Atlantic, would seera to
show that "founding a family" had so
completely filled his thoughts that he
neglected to make provision for those
who for years had formed faithful mem
bers of his Tiousehould and had a just
claim on his reincml ranee.
Wouk of the Gauoer. Oscar Kil
bourn, U. S. Gauger during his stay
in Jackson county, gauged COO gallons
of brandy for Raphael Morat, nearly
200 for Mrs. Wetterer of Jacksonville,
200 for J. L llocket ot Phoenix and '
200 for T. J. NefT of Wagner creek.
This liquor is all of an excellent qual
ity and commands a ready salo. Mr.
Kilbourn left for Grant's Pass Tues
day, to gaue a considerable quantity
for Win. Triplet t of Rogue river.
Jackson county produce more homo
made liquor than any county in tha state
and an increase is being constantly re
ported. A Cincinnati young woman killed
her laby by stabbing it thirteen timea
with a knife. The only witness of tho
crinw was her lover. Ohio law doea
not compel a husliand to testify against
his wife in a criminal trial, and there
fore the marriage of this couplo was
considered a sure way of saving the
prisoner. The authorities undertook
to prevent the union, but were not
Mutneieiitlv vigilant, for a inarriap
c-TPiii'iny was surreptit.iouily, though
tl!y, rv-rCorii'.ed in jail.