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ESTISLIMIEII FOB THE UtSSKVlXATlOS OP 9Eint'R.TlC HUvlftU. AXD TO EH U flCMSTUTIM BT TDBSWEAt OF OCR BROW.
WHOLE XO. 7(J1.
EUGENE CITY, OR. SATURDAY, JULY 22,
$2.50 per year IN AbVAKCt
Publishers A ti l Proprietors.
lFKC'tC-O th Etrfl o" '.Villaiuftu
. i . aeveniu n cuuvu omen,
w w ' -
.'' . OCR OXtl
1 1 wiUea-fnU huerted as tH :
j, ... l ) Un or lej, iffie tuk-rtlni Kij
V rj .1' ?- 1 mt imertion L Ch1 required iu
1V. lr.-.tir will be chanted at the M
" six month .
" nut mt " w
. 4TrtJ- auticesln looal column, 20oenU lwi
a. for each iasertiim.
A.irrtUioi biH will b rendered quarterly.
All lob wurk Mart be f MP roa o ihlivkiiv.
.Ykul-JSw . For MiMw. Franklin an Iibii,
JfJl Wly. F..r Crawford
. ' ,j7,rVM. ttU.holl he left ttli ts
VmW r. and third W.'nejidiiy. tn wl
. - w n T n
Wivuftu BmuTWiT .
ia Loiwa. N. 15. A. O. U. W.
Xhu ai Manulc Hall tka iecn4 a4 IoiKn
Kti.taint Pom. Vo. 40. 0. A. T,
t Mi'5 Hall, tba fir-t and third Fndayit o(
in, loath, ByarJar. Co.iitwnr.it.
. S. fTMHaH, AI.BANT. t. BJLTIC, El'OEIIF.
MIMII1N & IIILVKU,
Attorneyt md Counsellors at Law,
KUUKX K CITV, OUEOOX.
PRACTICE IS ALT. TltE COURTS OF
thU att. Tb.f (t'.va -Pil attontwa,
t nlletinn and probate matters.
Offiea op atair-, one dnor .uth u( Thnmpsoa
nd Bu aid nnice.
Ceo. S. Wa3hburne,
KWiKXE CITV. - - - OIIE.-SOY
fAftlce formerly nee ivied 1 y 'J LompHMi A
.aL " jysta
CEO. if!. KILLER,
Attoasy and Ccunsallot-Law, and
Meal Mate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, ' - - - -R :OV.
Orrici-Of Wv F. & Co.'. Exprew o!Se
J. St. KLLI.SO,
l.Sce if iVt ai i N itiry Public.
OVU'.u Al .SJOi.E. CO-'VEIl WIL.
.it te ui I rtiwnt:i Sti-.eU
tilin.k J .t v ru-M-ae. fcj't n band.
K'W'MM'i.y ln,y i&t.
A.IilOXLi:i, M. D.,
; ". ;ici: in a nd S. irgeon .
. K IY, - - OREGON.
' i v .'W"0'.'. brick, over tlia
i V. JHN NIC KLIN,
fhy.c:', S-'-'jui and Accoucheur
(Kona'riy of Yamhill County.)
S3IDESl'-Tro d.ra south of JL K.
Dfo JOSEPH. P. GILL,
CAK 3E F6UND AT UI3 OFFICE or re
Mci vit.a not proUniotiallr eu'ed.
Mm r t the
tM.ae oa Eighth ttiet, opp-wite Preaby
DR. E. G.CLARK,
(Oraanate the Fblladelphu. DeaUl College.)
IJOEXECrn, - OREGON.
XTAvixg rccii.Vr-i:D iiieuentai
.CP. nice. M 'r L. V. D ivii, 1 on upared
V al! k.a4s ' vor". in my mJmn.
D. Ts Pritchard,
WATCHMAKER AXO JEWELER.
REPAIRING Of WATCHES AXD
t CLOCK aiecuted WiUi nc.ou)
Ba.1 a a tMlaMe
WUtafnetti St., Fugsne City, Oregon.
L t. ICCXITs
.Wtkt, Wacnas, Chains, mvi, Etc.
' rtepairiit rnrmptly Etecuted.
. r-v.l wr W.rr.BUJ. 99
I h l.lKrV.
. .. , J V rUlamstt-rt--
m GwsattM. A4w fit i a oo.
tW A GENERAL Jl
A large assortment cf La
dies and Child mis Hose at
12 12 its.
Good Dress Goods at Kc-
hist Corset in toivnforGQc
An. immtnse stack of Xew
a nd Seasonable Goods,
-Fine Cashnme in every
New and jYobby styles in
I A beral Di scount for
ISew Departure ! !
PATKOXIZE' HE MEN WHO HELP T
SCHOOL ' OUSES, who e intercut!- ate
(peud their luuiit. at homi 'i'a -e notice thai.
Will sell good f(ir CAPH ut jtatly reduced prices, ai low ar ar.y ether CASH STORE.
UeMt Prints lb and 13 yards fl 00
Heat Drown uu.l Rloached MiUins, 7, 8, 'J, and
'.'lurks an I Brxk s;xd cotton 75 cU per Doz.
I'll i -n I Milled FlmueU, 23, 35: 45 and 50
-Vatar Proo , ewr.ta
Fine Wh:: -Slilrtw, 75 cts and fl.
And ai! Other Coeds at Proportionate Rates.
the ("eh l'rn-G "
W'fl ITK Sit yiNG MACHINE!
' vie Utter for strength, sle. and dnrahilitvi. At ercatly reduced rates.
i'o my ol I CUittnne's, who have stood y
' -nnr s her 'tnlore oh tmi. Iut if at anv time
iui am, as othen. the full credit on u.y reduction A. v. I u I blva
Robinson & Church,
Best S'feited Stock In 0regi-
K3TiCE TO SHEEP OWNERS.
VOTICB IS HEREBY G-VfN TO ALL
l Sb ownws that ther BiuM dip their
taw mike prorieions that wnf a tl i.wasn faU
.. do v, tl-at the I.-jjctr h.d! Au it to b
S'loi Tr-xc' I--r Lane Cn, Or.
gs. Vitfhn i
' MjlcaHnttrumeni, Toyt, Motions, etc
WtirbL d-icki. anJ Jetlry rr
mntet. irtbwe corner
and Kigbtb trU.
j iilia a. -a: J
K turn I O. Netl
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
1 lit fined stock of French
tver brought to this place
in, all trades
of all descriptions.
ITILD YOUR BKIUGES. ROADS AXJ
your iuUreata ! Are poniiaiieutly lnuatd iui
Fine Cheviot Shirts. M, 75 cts and $1.
New Aexort incut DrehS Goo-ls (Xo Trash) 1!,
2Q and 25 ets.
Mens' Underwear, Shirts snd Drawers, 50 cl
Mens' Overahirts, 75 eta. and $1.
Mens' Oven.Hn, 50, 6T, 75 cts and ;1.
Embroideries and Edgins at Fabulous Lot
me no 1 ntr, I will continue ti sell on samr
they wmli to make UAMl tinrclias", l win irivt
HAVE FOR sak
at the LOWES')
is A 11 f , ROPE
.Vf. I IflXn S. ,
We invite anytxtm'
ina ion cf pur good"
btock will suit tb
tvnntr t pmx
' la Oarrli Brick ftiUls'f
1 DUttU tf
Groceries ) Frovlsltnt,
Will keep on taad a gsasral aaMrtmeat W
(frtosrias, Proviaisaai Cvni Meais,
TebaoMi, Clfart, CaadiM,
Caadlcs, Sos, Notina, .'
unm saa imea rmm,
Weed and WUW
B Is will be ewndactseTsa a
lew Pricet an established
Cstlt tfrlirerrd viiheat hrrc (a Bojn
UL KlNSOF PRODUCE WANTfT
L- . . .... .4. Il l L
pri... LYNCH - PAGi.
111 OLD 9 B
Mulril rariin sud Wuliky DribkiKf.
The Misviuii Republican has been
looking into the returns of the votiimis-
siotierof internal revenue and finds:
There i many a superstition which
vanishes and is lost when the touch -
stone, of truth is applied to it There
is olso many a "navi'iiif" cenerallv ac
sr r B7
Otpted as tru which hw, no liettor
fourtili'iion than Lug currency. Therv
are miwiy dyiMl ju l he-wool Rxpnhlicana
who n 'Ver douUt that sulstantially all
the morality and aoliriety in the conn
try aro Mnliraced in thn Repulilican
party. It would Im mde overturning
of their lonj nrttl.-d fait h to tell them
that then ia much lew Itijuor drunk in
Uemocratio slates and communities, in
proportion to population, than iu Re
pulilicnn Mate and conunuiiitii-a. Out
snhtnitud to Jie tent cf fact anJ the
.ttutertion that tlie prepnnderaucti of lii
uor drinking in in RepuMican states is at
uiVvi and conclusively estulilished. The
ommiHsioner of internal revenue, from
ttivial sources, puMishes statistics show
ng the numliorand location of the re
ail deuh-rs in liijuor in this country,
iuiuU'I of wholesale denlen, tha num
her of distileriaa and the total produc
tion in gallon! fof tha year andiig Jaly
1, 1831, to which ia ppanded the pop.
alation of each alatt and the nornW
of pansM U each niail dtaUr, fraia J
which it appears (bat there ia) taking
tba country over, a aalaon to a vary 294
people; and that in ' tha atatei vhich
voted for Garfield there is oae aaloon to
every 260 people, while in the atatet that
voted for llanoock there it eoly- oua
aIoou to every 480 people. The enrrent
helief ha lieen wholly at variaaee from
tbia. It ia to be remkrked to that tha
southern show a much amuller ratio of
-wloona than the northern and western
states, and this would I true even if
die negroes were left entirely out of the
question, mid all the naloonh credited to
the. whites alone, It is rciiinrkuhle too
lint Missouri lias fewer saloons in pro
portion to jjonulntiun than Ma.mdiu
rf'lts or to cAtini nearer home, than Illi
f!:e iuil:il Striicf.
Over 1,00 J, OOD.OIO three ciM.t
itamps and I) jO.DUJ, IJJ postal card -were
sold duriug the past year. A
the result of t!ie.vi figures tho depart
nent, oilicals f-el warranted in assert
inuthut when tho linal statement of n
jeipts aiid expenditures for the piwl
year has hern completed it will U
found that the postal service has heei.
ielf sustaining Of tlm deficiency np
propriatiim of $2,152,258 made liy con
gress last yesr to mei:t the expected
JeHciency n th postal revenue, not
one cut Iips Leeu drawn from the
trrasury. This is tho first year since
151 in which tlm rccipts of the post
otnee department halunced ita expendi
tures with the exception of one yeni
during the war of the rnU-llion.
Swift Winged Justice. William
Raker was sentenced to two years in
the penitentiary by Judge Stott yester-
. ' .r "! ..I Iff ...I I ...
day. lie was arresieu on iTimiiesuiiy
niglit for scaling 20u from hia uncle,
ferry u. liM-r, naif a pnniioinary ex
aminalion in a justices Court, was
liound over to appear U-fore thv grand
jury,. indicted by tho hitter body witl
in an hour after, , arraigned before
Judge Stott on Thursday, and was al
lowed ono day to plead! Fridny he
pleads guilty, ( sentenced, and Satur
day niorniiig is t&k. ii to tho pniu
tiary by Sheriff Seara. Tine, 3 days.
mm.. . . . t im n
Paid CooiTioiUT.-Tba raward
of 11,000 for the arrast d eoviction
t4 Dordami of i ana If. DfoB, u
paid " to Constable Simraona by tha
county clerk, ha. givtng korwis U tha
sup of 11,000 to ho!d the county free
froQ from all lose!, xpaoaea. or daas
ages it may inttainby reason of any
other pema claifciag or atteapitAg t
recover aaid reward. Portlaud 8tncr-
Dan. C Butlrrr who has in polities,
bean "ah things to all men," it is saiJ.
will shortly come mfc u full blown
Stalwart K?publican7 Uking strong
ground with the Pennsylvania and Nr
! York.''OMM Bn1 Sai,",t tM recalcit-
rani ami i&aepvnueut uieni'njr oi um
Put fchjlni Owbnjrd.
The Wall. Walla Events of July
( 8lh, has the Mowing: Thiu morning
'thit train while ln-aring the new Silsby
engine destined for this city, was
' lounding the curve at a point half a
'mile Mow Bowena station, a large
boblder from the high hill or "sliding
mountain" came rolling down and
knocked the t0 flat cart carrying the
engine, hose carriuge and appurtenances
over the high bluff irto tl.a river at
one of the deepest points, From a tel
egram received .we learn that tho O. R.
A N Co., am endoavoriiig to tinh the
machine out. The contract between
j the city and tho SiUy Manufacturing
Com any is to ti e effect the enineand
cart were to be delivered iu this pity
fit fi.OOOi Ono thousand dollars
down on receipt and acceptance, of the
engine, end tile balance in three anmml
pnymeuts. It will be seen by this that
the city Cun suffer no loss from the ao
i . i .
Who Should ('nine In Union.
We have oftentimes answered this
question before but we feel constrained
to esy yt few words. To tha Kan
sas farmer wont oat with ever recur
ring droughts we would say "coma to
Oregon;" to the farmer in districts frt
qoaatly desolated with tha pitiless
grasshopper, "wrae to Oregon;" to the
immigrant with small capital who wanta
to 6nd the State where ha can eas
iest make a living "com to Oregon;"
to the the young man of the Eastern
State who is stable to find elbow
room "come to Oregon;" to the British
farmer with his capital ever melting
"come to Oregon;" to tha Briuh gen
tleman with no profession and with
moderate capital "come to Oregon."
Duton the other hand we would say to
lhase who have reason to bo onntmited
where tliey are, to thosJ wlio luve, a
taste for thu easy nod luxurious) to
these, who have no capital, trade or pro
fession, "don't come to Oregon." Col
onist. - . i
Looks Spotted. A prominent
wheat shipper, who has just returned
f out a trip through a portion of East
rn Oegon, states that tho wheat crop
in the section is very spotted. On ona
side, of the road would seen a splen
did field of grain just " turning yellow,
he long heavy heads swaying in the
irecze, while just across the way a
Held would ls seen, which would not
iroducn thtr amount sown upon it.
Fanners in tlpit section say they will not
'lave over half a crop, but our inform
mt says he thinks they will average
Jiree quarten of a crop. Spring sown
wheat throughout the State is poor.
R'tCnntly, whilo a colore I man by
the name of Lewis Lnwry was plowing
in his field, about six miles of Opelou-
sis, Louisaju, his plow struck on some
obstruction; and, upon eqimiuation, it
proved to be a tin gallon jar filled with
Spanish silver coins of the date of
1779,. and bearing the imprint of
Cliarfcwi III of Spain. The amount
fo md is ejtiinitnd at Sf8,0D0 to 10,
000. One of tho coins, a dollar piece,
hud not circulated long; as it seemed
almost like a new. piece. Ib is said by
those who saw the money tl at all of it
was of this description, and noiH of it
less than one hundred rears old.
The Tariff ComiiiisHioners met on
July 6th at Washington, and proceed
ed to draw rah his 110 a day tot tba
work of delaying aay reduction of the
wat tariff. Porter on ol the Commisa
ionefs gets a salary of $5,0(10 a yeaf
ftBB Bradstraet'a Commercial Agwnsy,'
W be will feather his neat vary ruoely.
Tha Cwtsjmisaien i a hombug and a
fraud throughout, '
A wesUra editor offered prite of
fiflf dollars and a year' snbacrtptioa
forth beet written proposal el rear
rlsge frem a lady. -H picked "euf a
nice proposal frep a Watlfal and
wealthy widow, answering it, accepting
ths proposal and with th threat of a
breach of promise suit actually cap
tured her. Editors rsay not .acnuir
wealth by writing twenty;thre4 hours
a day, but when thinr gnius Ukes th
nara shoos n
y procuri toe persim
Miss Louise Shipley died of cor.
sumption near. Monro; On tha Hlk
inst, aged 20 yesH
Jos. Hamilton cut H acres of Otleut
wheat near Oak villa last week, the first
cut in Linn county.
The expenditures of Benton county
during the past year were $13,607; rs
ceipu for the same period were til.'
5G9 09. The total amount disbursed
was 837,741 87.
The first dispatch over the Oregon
Pacific telegraph line was received at
headquarters in Corvallls tm Sunday
last, from Elk. The lino was then np1
to a point about one mile beyond Ellt
and on Tuesday was finished to Logan
brnd. It is expected that tho line will
lie completed to Ford's point, the teY
minus, by the lust of next week.
Farm produce now finds ready sale
iu Canyon City at prices that will pay
the producer. Oats and barley art
scarce at 2 J cents a pound. Of the
former the nuirket is about bare. Three
cents a pound has been offered for po
totoea, but even that price doesn't kring
any to town. Hay ia $20 par ton and ,
scarce at that Eggs are a rarity and
sail at S3 eenta per dona.
' A eonespondsnt writes: AW Baf
is blessed with good errpa this tsasokt
plenty of honey and grata. EveiVsty .
is looking for bettor tint Wt want
1,000 families to settle Hp aid d
velop th vacaat lane's that lie tribo . t
tary to our bay. Tha bay alalia wuh4 , ,'
give employment to aHveral handred
men if w had auMdisat capital inveatk.
ed here to utilize Odr fish and timber
resources; The large area of land that
. tl,.l t - -L 1 II
is . avaiiBuie) lor ntviuinvnt is wan
adapted to the production Of grasses,
aflbrditig gfeen fe:el the year through t
wlucli places it in the trout rank as a ,
duiry country. It is aIso a good clU
mate for bee culture.
The outrageous and extravagant bill
f jr the sickness and funeral expense
of President Garfield, are still excit
ing much attention. Judge Taylor,
who. is Gurlitdd's congressional successor
woh chairiuun of the committee which
al'owed such enormous pay to doctor
who had intruded their service' Upon
tho President, and the heavy bills fof
whisky, brandy, wine, champagne, and
other like articles used by congressmen,
whilo attending tho funeral He now
undertakes to apologise, and to justify
his action upon the ground, that while
he did not personally approve the bills,
he had to vote fof them to avoid votin
with Blackburn and Springer, ths
Democratic: members of the committee
win were" opposed to thein. Judge
Taylor may tret some commendation ,
from men whose judgment is wholly
perverted by political prejudice, for
such reasons, but the honest fair mind
ed portions of all parties will condemn
. . . .
Those? living en the Itoundless prat'
ries, where government gives land for
a f jrm to every man of woman who
will uke it, live on it and work it,
a nl whore any amount of land can be
bmfj'bt for a few dollar's per acre, will
open their eyes pretty wide On seeing
th p'riye paid the other day for a plot'
of ground in New York city, on th
eoTiiff of 5th avenue and 54th utreet
It is four city lots, 25x100 fort, or just
100 feet square, making 10,000 square
feet which is lea than I quarter of art
acre.) Mr. W. IL Vanderbilt bought
th pttf to Koild i eoopl f honses oa
h tof eaapl el tfatsarried daoghter;
and th eash paid for it was 1398,000,
or at fh rato of" oyer a miltta tti i
half dollars per acr. (11,814,009 . per
acrft A frith figaring will Vi thai
th prle paid for Tanderhilt' plot,
would jeStlboot ootef H all rr witS '
on dollar btlls, laidsil imfi-mm ovf
it with fie dollar bill, aad jpraadoa
dollar bills all over the five.deilat - A;
The Springfield Republican is r
spouAbl for this: "Good Codl" add a
noted Englishmen who waa in the)
Hod when the Pension bill appropri
ating f 103,000,000 was passed aim est
without delte, 'hat a GovernmentY
SuUri! f.T the Gcxaa