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ESTABLISHED FOB TUB DISSEIIMIM OP DEMUTIC PalXCINES, AND TO EAE1 11 HONEST LIVING BT THE SWEAT OF OCR BROW,
WHOLE NO. 822.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1883.
$2.50 per year INADV.hCE
Hit i&mnt Cit Guard.
I. L. CAMPBELL,
Publisher and Proprietor.
OmCB-Oa the Eist side of Willamette
8treet between seventh and fcitfhth Streets.
RA.TKS OF ADVEIITISIXQ,
On square, 10 line or less, on insertion M ;
each subaequeni insertion e i. tun requirea in
Tim a4srtUer will be charged nt the fob
line square three months $0 00
" ill month. 8 00
" " oue ver 12 00
Transient notices in local column, 20 cents per
e lor eacn insertion.
Advertising bill, will be rendered quarterly.
All lob work must be paid for 0 nn.lvFiiv.
' gnUe Boare -From t a. m. to I p. m. Sundays
hi r.mi w v ... , ..
. i i - frnn ..). inillMrM ffiifnv mirth
1 a. a. Arrirei from the north and leavw rw
itk tt I SJ p. m. for Sini.law, Franklin and l-on j
ttm, aloM at I A.M. oa WedueaUy. in' Crawford.-
. IU, uasap uresa ana crawDnunn i r..
. rival of train.. Letter, should be left t tin office
aee near Delure maiia nenari.
A. 8. PA.TTEB80JJ P. M.
LUUK.ia trvir.' mm w t - -
MoeU Ant and third We IniwlitTi in each
tO. F. Meet, every Tuelsy rvenin.
aMt em the Id and Hh weuneljr. in men '
Kouhmii Loixm, No. 15, A. O. T,.NV,T
Meets at Masonio Hull the second and fourth
Ifridays in each month.
J. M. Sums, M. W.
Krirmic Post, No. 40, O. A. It -Meet
t M woaio II ill, the Brit ami tliir.l I rid.iy of
each month. By order, Coumankkr.
Osbes . or Citosr.s FniE-Mets the
Srst and third Saturday tveninw at Masonic
H1L By orJer of J. M. Sum:, U C.
Bom Lotws No. 3U7. I. O. O. T. M-eti
very SUurdty nyht in O I I Fellow HMI.
E. O. Potter, V. C. T.
"; Liunso Star Bishop HonsMeet at the
J'. P. Church v.iry 3 jn-1 ly afternoon at 3-..VJ.
J. R. Hvuton. Supt.! Mi Bertha Cook, Ant
Sapti Chas. Hill, Sjo'v, Mias HV.tle Smith,
Ohaolain. Visitor) mU welcome.
in lit or ios
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
12 1-2 els.
Good Dress Goods at 12g-
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
Hie finest stock of French
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descrivtions.
Liberal Discount for
( 1. (L ITlXlU, ALBANY. L. BILYEU, ELOKXC.
V T!l All V.N & 1ULVKU,
Attarmyj ail CrJiilori at Law,
K'JUEN'B CITV, OlIE'iOX.
PIKOtlOi IN U, THE COrjIlTd OF
tliii State. I'liey :coi il atto.ntion
t.'llcirtin ti i pr.bto mittirs. .
0H9d'-0rtr.W. F. ft Cti.'. E.;mm oOle
GEO- B- & G:3. A. 03.1113,;
Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Lnw,'
. ''XITILL-PHACTICE IN THE COUUTS
' 'f of the Sei-ond Judicial District and in
the Siiirme Court of thU State.
Sjicuiiil attention given to collections and
Clatter, in probate
Cea. 8. Vashburne.
U3EN!5 CITY, - - - OREGON
Office formerly occupied by Thompson &
Bean. .. J?m3
GEO. M. MILLER,
aittornay and Coans3lloat-Lawl and
"' ' . Ileal Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, -...-J OREGON.
OFFICE-Twe doore north of Pout Olfi-je.
-Dr. Wm Osborne,
OiUctt Adjoining St- Charles-Hotel,
i' ' OB AT THE
IEW,Dna 8T03B OF HAYES and LPCKEY.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
GAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or re
Hence when not professionally engaged.
. Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby
T)R. E. G. CLARK,
Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College.)
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
a OLD FILLINGS A SPECIALTY.
Artificial teeth made to order leeth
raxtracted without pain. All work fully war
: ranted. Offiot in brick building over the
Orange store. . .
New Departure ! !
TWO IPaSCJSSS !
o-sio: am) oio
PATRONIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T BUILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
SCHO)1j HOL'SES, wI.omi interest ur your int?rnts ! Are Jierumuentlj 1'K-atetl and
upend their proiita at home. 'J ake notice tlmt-
A V. PE
Will sell good for CASH at ?reatly reduced prices, as low as any otiier CASH STORE.
Best PrinU 16 and 18 yanls SI 00 I Fine Cheviot Shirts. 53, 75 cts and 8L
Best Brown and Bloauhed Muslius, 7, 8, 9, and
Clarkf and Brooks spool cotton 75 cts per Doz.
Plain and Milled Flmnels, 23, 3.V. 45 and 50
Water Proo , routs
Fhio White Shirts, 75 cts and f L
New Assortment Dress Goods (No Trash) 18.
20 and 25 cts.
Xfens' Underwear, Shirts ami Drawers, DO ct
Mens' Overshirtw, 75 cts. and fl.
Mens' Overalls, 50, 05, 75 cts and 81.
Embroideries and Edgins at Fabulous Low
And all Other Goods at Proportionate Rates.
Alio the Celebrated
WHITE SE rr NG MAOHNE!
None batter for strength, size, and durability), At greatly reduced rates.
(jr To my old Customer, who have stood ny ine so 1 ng, I will enntinue ti sell on same
t rms as heretofore on tiin, but if at any time they wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
all am, as others, the full credit on luy reduction A. V. PETERS
D. T. Pritchard,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
REPAIRING OF WATCHES AND
CLOCKS executed with punctuality
,ad at a reasonable cost
.Willamette St., Eugene City, Oregon,
; J. S. LOCKEY,
LSEEQ .41" 3
Watchei d i
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clock.; and Jewelry renaired and
warranted. Northwest corner of Willamette
and Eighth street.
o&s, Waches, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed,
'Ccr All Work Warral4.J?3
J. 8. LUCKKY,
Elhrwrth "Co'i Brick Willamette stwt.
frrrTTQ TJTJITD huit he fmrvl na (IV t (V
AiilO j. liXIdDi k ImwII Oi'i S-w.i-r
A'lTrrtl.lns Kimii ( 10 himtcm U. . hf to wl 1.1 rf
uauacu u U ulu lot It IK Xi.W VUltlL.
FOR BUENA VTSTA STONE WARE go
to T. O. HENDRICKS
BETTMAN, O. Dry good., clothing,
groceries and general merchandise, southwest
comer Willamette and Eighth street.
BOOK STORE One door south of the Astor
House. A full stock of assorted box paper
plain and fancy.
CRAIN BROa-Dealer In Jewelry, WaMi
es. Clock, and Musical Imtrumelits Wil
lamette street, between Seventh and Eighth.
CALXISON, R. G. Dealer in grocenee, pro.
virion., country produce, canned good., books,
stationery, etc, southwest corner Willamette
and 9th Sts.
DORRIS, R F. -Dealer in Stoves and Tin
warn Willamette itroet, between Seventh
FRIENDLY, 8. H. -Dealer In dry good.,
clothing and general merchandise illam
ette itreet, between Eighth and Ninth.
GILL, J. P. Physician, Surgeon and Drug
gixt, rostoffice, Willamette reet, between
Seventh and Ehrhth.
KNKICKS, T. G.-Dealei in general mer-
ohaiidise--northWMt oornjr Viilaroette and
IIODES, a Keeps on hand fine wines, liq
iiors, oigan and a pool and billiard table:
Willamette street, between Eighth and
HORN, CnAS. M. Gunsmith. Riflos and
shot-guns, breech and muizlc lot ders, for sail
Repairing done in the neatest style and war
ranted, Shop on !th street.
LTJCKEY, J. 8. -Watchmaker and Jeweler)
keeps a fine stock of goods in his line, Willam
ette street, in Ellsworth's drug store.
McCLAllEN. JAMES - Choice, wines, Il.piors,
and cigars Willamette street, between Eighth
PATTERSON, A. S.-A fine stock of plain
and fancy visiting cards.
PRESTON, WM. -Dealer in Baddlery, Har
ness, Carriago Trimmings, etc. Willamette
street between Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICEA new stock of standard
school books just received at the post oflice.
RENSHAW. WM. -Wines, Liquors, and Ci
gars of the best quality kept constantly ou
hand. The best billiard table in town.
RfMNEnART, J. B. - House, sign and car
riage p unter. V ork guaranteed brat class.
Stock sold at lower rates than by anyone in
ST. CHARLES HOTEL-Charles Baker.
proprietor. The best Hotel in the city.
Corner Willamette and Ninth streets.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES -A large and varied
assortment of slates of all sizes, and quantities
of dlates and shito-bookk. Throe doors north
of the express ottice.
WALTON, J. J. -Attomey at-Law. Ofliee-
Willamette street, between aevenlli and
Goods sold as low as any House
in Oregon, for
Cash or Credit
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and see.
S. H. Friendly.
A. 0. HOVET, H. C. HUMPHREY, W. T. PERT,
Iotary. Attorney. Cwhier.
LANE COUNTY BANK
IIOVEY, HUMPHREY & C04
EUGENE OIT-5T, - OR
Deposits received subject to check.
Ians mule on approved securities.
bi0-lit Drafts drawn on
PORTLAND, SAN FRANCISCO AND
Exchange drawn on the principal Cities of
Collections made on all points and a vfiernl
Banking buainene transacted on avorable
terms. " u.
Alwaya Oaras svnil nover dlsap
points. Tbo world's Croat Pain
HolieTer for Maul and Boaat.
Cheap, quick svnil reliablo.
Is not Narcotic. Children
grow fat upon, Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
Dowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fevcrishncss, and de
WEI DE METER'S CA
TARRH Core, a Constitutional
Antidote for this torribla mala
sly. If Absorption. Tba most
Important Diaoorery sinoa Vao
ination. Other remadlea may
reliera Catarrh, tUm onraa at
any ataga before Consumption
From Uiom aouroea aria thi" fourths or
11 iV.iuuuu-m or t ho human rnoo. i
: Xaa of
niMtIK, Bowels costive, lek "
cite, fallaeu after atlnc, a-rso so
tertloa or Doti- wr numu,
of food. IrrltablUtf of teup'f
spirit., A feelloa; b-lS ,?
Ueort, IoM before the eres. b Igblf aoU
rest trt, tO.HTir no.i. ; '"1 "?!
mand Ue use of a remexly tnat acts pJ, r
on tbo Liver. AaaLlverraedlolneTOTT'sl
FILLS liave no equal. Their action oa tbo
KUneyt and Bkln 1 alto prompt! remoTlnff
all Impurities through these three
nrt of tbo ayat-a,N produoln- appa.
ttt, soond algoailon. rego1r stools , a cl ear
sklnaodavlKorousboov. TCTT) rlLLS
eooae no naoiwia or grtptnf nor tntcitore
with dnlly work aal are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA,
w a w
Gar IlAin oa ,'hibkkb ebanged in
stantly to a Ouir Blaoc bj a otuKie ap.
plleMlon of bla VTK. bold by Druggiata,
or tent by erpreea on receipt of
Offlca.U Murray Street, New York. .
sunt MAitui of gsiruiiuiim fiel
tfatnfs Totltl, who is acctlst'd of ro1
ln'ng Vr-llh, Fargri i Co's stngo wlion
within eight miles of Olcndalo, had a
preliminary examination before' TJ. S.
Cotiuninslonpr Lun son Friday, August
3d. From what could la learned of
tho nature of tho evidence, it arems
that TorJtl arrived in Qlcndnlo on
23d of July, coming on the train
fenched thttra at 11 o'clock at . niht.
The next day Totld loafed around town,
and during the course of that time he
went into into a saloon to get a drink,
saying lie had no money. He was
given a drink and afterward offered to
soli the saloon keeper a bull dog pistol
for three dollar. Failing in this, ho
tried and succeeded in obtaining a loan
of two dollars and a half on it, promis
ing to redeem it soon. After obtain
ing tho money he purchases a botth of
whisky, and it seems that the bottle
had seme peculiar marks upon it which
would identify it. Tho cork also con
tained some marks,
A witness named Neluon, who had
been brought here, stated that he knew
Todd in Montana, in tho mines, and
that he met him when he was in Glen
dale and asked him how ho could make
some nio.ioy. He says that Todd
wanted liim to join in robbing thestage
and showed him a shot gun and a pis
tol that he had tied up in his blankets.
Ou his declining, Todd left him, Tudd
left CSIcndule the next day, and at 1
o'clock on tho morning of tho 25th the
down stage wns stopped on top of the
hill near Glendale. The man who
stopped tho stage was buhind a tree,
lie showed hiniHelf with a shotgun,
and told tho driver to throw on" the
express box or ho would Mow his head
o!F; also telling tho passengers to keep
their heads on the insidu or he would
shoot then , too. The driver, did as
requested, and drove on. The next
day a man, who it is supposed was
Todd railed at Anderson's ranch, and
wanted to buy a horse. He finally
agreed on a pony for $35, tendering
in payment two $20 gold pieces, and as
Anderson had no change he told him
to express it to him, He got on the
horse and rode off, putting up that
night at the ranch of W. 11. Minett
near Cow Creek, which is about thirty
five miles this side of Glendale. Tho
next morning while washing himself
cx 8h".rift llogan came up and placed
him under arrest, telling him he was
wanted for horse stealing, this being
for the purpose of throwing him o(T his
guard. On searching Todd $177150
was found on him, In the express-box
of the sta'e which was robbed there
was a package containing1810. Tak
ing t he money f ou nd onTodd at the ranch
and counting tho $10 he paid for his
hoi so, just makes the amount, tho $1 50
over being probably what he had loft
from tho sale of the pistol. The pack
age of money was sent from this city
by Hop TaL O in off 10 pieces was
discolored by some chemicals. A piece
similarly colored was found among tho
money. Near the tree, where tho rob
bery occurred, the shotgun was found,
also the bottle which contained the
whisky purchased by Todd at Glen
dale, and which was was recognized by
the marks before mentioned. Todd
has lfcn identified by Nelson, the man
he asked to join him in the robbery, the
saloon keeper who sold him the whisky
and bought his pistols, and others. He
claims to have earned the money found
on him while working on N. P. It. U.
in Idaho, Dr Sharpies at Eugene, and
various other parties. From the facts
above stated, the evidence appears to
to conclusive against him. His trial
will come off during tho next terra of
Mr. Harry Poeger, of Empire City,
has a watch supposed to be 451 years
old, which he had lately repaired and
put in running order. It is a gold re
peater, and strikes the hour, quarter
and half. The works are without
jewels, and in the case is a metal .111
with the date 1432. Henry has had
the watch repaired and restored to use
fulness, and is much pleased with old
The loss to the holders of the 3,000,
000 of trade dollars in circulation by
the r depreciation is $ 1 50,000.
U hat Too do not Brill Reed for Fiibinf.
t)id we not go fishing it would not
be summer. Conversely, if it wert
not summer wo would not go a-fiahing.'
"We are going fishing next week,"'
said Mr. Oldlioy, "and I want to be'
sure we're got all our things together
"Got a t'hlt" asked his partner.
"Yes, 1'vo got a tent"
"And a loatl"
"Yes; that's engaged."
"Lots of it,1
"Some pilot biscuit!'1
"Ye s, a whole box."
"Five or six doien of beetT
"Hundreds of ,em."
"Plenty of whifkyl"
"Ham and canned meat!"
"A good lot of beerl"
"You'll want some ice."
"I have that, and I havo lots of
canned goods, plenty of beer and cigars,
no end of whicky and bread, and
everything I can possibly think of, and
yet, it seems to me that I have left
something out '
"Got ycur tackle, haven't youf
"By George," shouted Mr. Oldboy.
"you've hit it That's just it fish
hooks and lines; we'll need some ot
them won't we! I knew I had forgot
I do not know why it is, but for
some reason nearly every fishing party
carries with it a lot ot hooKs ana nnee
which nre onlv cood to taimle np and
catch in the drooping branches of the
whispering trees. It J. uuraeir.
The Grtat Racket of I Dluipaied Dade.
"Oh, Tawm," said one dude to
another, "I was on a gweat wacket
"Naw, Jack, you dawn t sny!
"Yes, Tawm, and I'm so wretched
to-day, you have naw ideah."
"Why, my boy, what could you liave
"Why, Tawm, I dissipated, you
kuaw, in a fwightful mannah, indeed!"
"Why, Tawm, I dwank a class ot
Vichy and smoked two cigawettes, and
called on thwee young ladies and thoir
mamma, you knaw, and, Iwam, pap
let me go by myself, and Twam, aftah
tho call I dwank another sodal"
"Aw, Jack, what will evah become
"Wcally, Twam, I calm t tell; bat
that wasn't all, for when I came mam
ma was waiting up for me, and she
made mo dwink a cup of coffee and rat
a piece of angel's food, because ahe
said she knew I was tiahed, and I
didn't daiah tell her what I had been
"Dweadful, Jack, dweadfull"
"I knaw it, Tawm, but what was
fellah to do! I know if I cahu't go
into the country befcah a week, I shall
liecome a total wreck. It is too
tehwibly tehwible to think of, and I so
young, twol And, Tawm, I am to twy
on my new summalr suits to-day, and
as my Kewpay is around the cawnah, I
shall have to walk cleah to the end of
hall to call my valet to gaw aftah it"
"Uuh Jawve, Jack, you harrow up
ray soul so I cahu't listen longah.
Good-bye old fol'. I hawp you'll have
bolter luck next time. Good-bye."
Good," but he was unable to get
out the lost syllable, and sank on a
sofa as tho other one shut the doorv.
On lost Monday at Union, a stran
ger got drunk and laid down on a
bridao and rolled off into the wator
where it was ten inches deep, and was
A man by the name of Hichard Has
kins, who was digging a well on Mr.
Wilson's farm near Helix, while being
drawn up to avoid poisonous gas, fell
from tho bucket, injuring himself so
that he died within a few minute '
Cameron and Clark, two prisoners
confined in the county jail of JJsribn
county, came near digging out - There
have protiably .been more- prisoners
escaped from that il than any other
in the State tht has cost as. much-'