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EtfGENE cfrY; OR, SATURDAY; ObTOBER 6, 1883.
1st (Sugta't (City Guar!
I. L. CAMPBELL,
Publisher awl Proprietor.
tFFlCE-On tin Entail of , WillaipeUe
Weetbetwtsn S.venth aud Eolith Streets.
ODE ONL , ,
IlriS OF ADVERTISING.
iiverttsements Inserted as follows:
0a. soriare, 10 line, or less, on. insertion ?3;
tk subsequent insertion $1. Cash required in
Tim advertisers will b charged t tli fol
Was iumi threa montts. ?' w
" iix month. w
Transient notice, in local cdluuin', 20 cents ier
a far each iniiertion. ,
Advertising v : . '
x In .k work must be fAiu ruB us uttivKnr.
.. Hoars -From J, a. m. to 7 p. m. Sundays
:. f.M ,h Smith aiwI lM.Yirfiinff mirth
Mill Minn i.wm ...ww........ .- " -----
1. a. m. Arrives from th. oorth awl leaves rows;
ttk at 1 11 P- n. For Biuislaw, Franklin and lung
rra. .IMS at. a.m. on nwoti7. " .--w
Utter, will be rewiv for ilelirory hulf n hour after
irival f trains, letter. slioiiM be left at th. office
Mh.Wfor. iUAdTpATTERHON P.M.
V. II A V mwA k t
VMta first atd tkird W.Hneadars in earn
o a . Tt.i. Un Q T O
DFEKVr.1 nun """" v
tfi V VaotinvRrr Tnewlar t'Teuinc.
-r .... W M.
eats n th. Id and 4th Wednesdays in onch month.
Ifan .tones, ,?o. A ,A. p.. . U. W -MhH
at Masonic Hall the second and fourth
Yriimjt in each month. . ...
J. M. Bi.o.!f, M. W.
KitfATRicK Post. Ifo. 40, ft. A. H. -Sleet
t Masonic Hall, th. first and third I'mliy f
ackmanth. By order, (Jomiiankkr.
,:0KROr CiHOSKS FuHNMW. Moctll the
fimt and third Saturday evemnija at.Mn""mc
alL By order of J. M Sloan, U C.
Bbtti Loni No.37. 1. 0. 6. T. M.ts
M.ry SatimUy night in Odd Fellow IJ 1 1.
H. 0. POTTKK, V. C. 1 .
,. tinio Star Bash or Hope' -Mwt at the
O P. Church .very Sun l.iy afternoon at 3:J'1.
J. I. Hointon. Sipt.: Mvn B?rtlia Conk, A t
a.L; Cha. Hill, Sac'y. Mi Httia Smith,
Chaplain. Vinitoni tn vle welwm.
vj. E. PENTO.-W,
R. a. BTHANAfl, ALDANT.
L. BII.VKU, KI'tiE.S'E.
8TKAI1A3I & HlLVliU,
attorneys and Counsellors. ,at Law,
EUtiKXE CITV, ORC(5o.V.
fcRACTICB IN ALL THE CO U UTS OF
J. this SUta. They (,-ive apecial nttention
6 eallactiona and probate matte.
ffiof-Ow W. F. 4 G .' Enprei' olfl iu
CEO- B- & 233. A. D1331S,
Attorneys awl Counsellors-
kflLT. PRACTICE IN THE C3URTS
T T of the Second Judicial District and m
U. Suprem. Court of thin KUte.
Special attention given to collection, and
matter, in probata ,
Ceo. 8. VasHburn3,
jrjaENE CITV, - - OREfiON
. Office formerly occiipieJ I'y ThoinM""
CEO. M. MILLER;
ittoniey ail dcins3lloat-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
fcrjGENE CITY, - - - OREGON.
bFFICE Tw doom north of Post Otfioe.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
(jffictf Adjoining St Charies Hotel,
-OB AT Tn
IEW DKUa STORE OF HATES' and LDCKET.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT Ills' OFFICE or r
idenoe whed not profeMiorially engaged.
0c at th.
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
lUaidenc on Eighth .treet, opponite Fresby
- rUa Church.
DR. E. G.CLARK,
Graduate ef the Philadelphia Dental College.)
GOLD FILLINGS A SPECIALTY.
Artificial teeth made to order. I eefh
Extracted without pain. All work folly w.ir
HatwL Offic in briok building over tb.
JEWELRY ESTABLISH 5l ENT;
J. S. IUCKEY,
fccks, WacTies, Chains, Jevtelry, Etc.
Reptiring Promptly Executed.
ihliurth 1Co. Bri-k Willamette .trect
I B. BUM'S.
13 A GENERAL
iniin i' in ill
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrcns Hose at
12 1-2 cts.
Good Dress Goods at 12c-
Best Corset in town forSOc
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
Trimming Sillcs and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
Ttic finest stock of French
ever brought td this place-
BOOTS ancl SHOES
of all descriptions'.
Liberal Discount for
New Departure ! !
"3? WO 3EElXOJElJS i
PATRONIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T IlUILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
I SCHOOL HOUSES, whose interest are your interest I Are bcroianently located and
spend tlieir prohta at noiue. s ke notice tuiil. .
BETTMAN, G, Dry goo.1., clothluf,
grocerie. and general m.rcbaodlHv, aouthweat
corner Willamette and eighth atreeta.
BOOK STORR-On. door, aouth of th. Aitor
Houaa.. A full xtock of assorted box iai.r.
, i pUin and fancy. ,,, .
CHAIN BRO&-Deal.r lr Jewelry, Watoh
M,. Clock and, Muakal iMtninienta Wll-
lametta itreeC botween Sereuth and Elghtu.
DORRIS, B. F.-Dealer In .Stove, and Tin
ware Willam.tto itreet, Utween Sevmth
. and Kiilith.
FRIENDLY; 5. it-Dealer In dry (rooda,
dotliing and general merchandise illam
etU itnet, bKween Eighth and Ninth.
GILL, J. r.-l'hy'ioiao,. 8urgwo. and Drug
gtt, 1 oatotno., v ijlametv net, between
Seventh and Eighth.
HENDRICKS, T. G.-Dealej In general mw-
ehandine northweat corner Willamette and
, Ninth itreet. .;
HODES, C Keej). on hand fin. wine., liq
non, cigar, and a pool and billiard table:
Willamette .treet, between Eighth and
Ninth. f ,. .
HORN, CIIAS. M.-tGunmitk Rifle, and
.hot gum, breeiti and nitiulc lou,V, tor aatt
li.pairing done in th. neatent .tyle and war
ranted. Shop on IHh itreet
LTJCKEY, J. S. -Watchmaker and Jeweler;
keep, a hne utoolc of good, in his line, Vt illam
ett .treet, In ElUworth'i drug .tore.
McCLAREN. JAMES - Choice, wine., liquor.,
and cigar. - Willamette itreet, between Eighth
PATTERSON, A. 8. -A 8ne itock of plain
and fancy vuiting cards.
PRESTON, WM. -Dealer In Saddlery, Har-
new, Carriage Trimming., etc Willamette
treet. between Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICE A new .tuck of itandanl
ohool book, jti't received at the poat otnee.
REjiSHAW. WM.-Wlne, Liquor, and Ci-
can of the le.t quality Kept connanny on
C.nJ TK twit Tiillin.nl InliU In town.
mw.iu.. , .v . -
RHINEHART, J. B. - Houae, lign and car
riage painter. Work guaranteed firet clane.
Stock aold at lower ratci than by anyone in
SCHOOL SlTPLIES-.A.large and varied
aaaortment of flat, of all "irea, and quantltle.
of elates and .late-books. Three door, north
of the expreM pllice. , ,
WALTON, J. J. -AttUTr.y-at-TAW... Office-
Willamette itreet. liotwetn eoventn ami
NOTICE TO SHEEP OWNERS.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
.1A Sheep owner, that they must dip their
:t..n .. ..!, .. .I,rr.,1 IF DISEASED. Tli.
jaw B-.akes provisions that when the owner, fail
V un to, tliat IU. inspector wiau cause it w no
done at their expense.
S I). COATS,,
Sheep Inwector for lane Co, Or.
1 V. PETERS,
Will ucll goods for CASH at greatly reduced prices, as low as any other CASH STORE.
Best Print! 1( and 18 yards $1 00
Rest Ilrowu and Bleached Muslins, 7, 8, D, and
Water Proo , centa
i an 1 Rroolcs spool cotton 7f Cl ptr JJoi
arid Milled Flrnnels, 2&, 35; 43 and 50
Fine Cheviot Shirts. JiO, 75 cts and $L
New Assortment Dress Good. (No Trash) 15,
20 and 25 crs. ,
Mens' Underwear,.Shirts and Drawers, 00 ct
Mens' Ovcrshirts, 75 cts. and SI.
Mens1 Overalls, 60, GT, 75 cts and $L
Embroideries and Edgins at Fabulous Low
Fino White Shirts. 75 cts and II.
And all Other Coods at Proportionate Rates.
Also the Cidebrawd . ....
AVHITK SE N" NG MAOHNE I
.p L.il a L At- ' J 1 t.Il!.. ti ,nu,nfl 1i I tUiA PnfAB
r-V'VnMT Pnur.rn.aM U.ia atnrul U TIIA 1(1 1 lll!f! I Will COIlt 111118 Mil Oil 1 'HJaTDA
t nns as herstofore on tim, hut if at any time they wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
all sm, as others, the full credit on my reduction A. V. lLvhRS
altray. Core and never dlaj
6l4ti .lb world's s;reat Pain
Reliever for Man and Beast.
Cheap, qvloi and reliable.
Goods sold as low as any House
in Oregon, for
Cash Or (Mi
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and see.
S. H. Friendly.
Watches d t
fviu'slVal Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
nm.il VirthwHt corner of Willamette
and Eighth streets.
ipTTTO t X TJTTJ mv f"",t on fn at 0
A.lTsrtlulM Bnro 1 10 SnnM-p W l whrr.ajvprt i.,
1m iuW lur II IS IW lUMK.
OR EX FN A VISTA STONK WAKE go
i. u. M.aviii.M3
a. 8. Hovrr, h. c. humphrkt,' . w. f. nrr,
Notary. Attorney. Cashier.
LAKE COUNTY BANK.
HOVEY, HUMPHREY & CO
EL'OENB CITTT, -
Deposits received subject to check
I.ns male en apiiroved securitier.
Sight Drafts drawn on
PORTLAND, SAN FRANCISCO AND
JiiSW I UKK.
Exchange drawn on the piincipal .Cities ct
Collections made on all roir.U and a general
Hanking businen. tratwae'ed on avrrrable
is not Narcotic. Children
grow fat upon, Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
C ASTORIA. It regulates the
Bowels, cures Wind. Colic,
allays Feverisliiicss, and de
.WEI SE METER'S CA
TARRH Care, m Constitutional
Antidote for this terrible mala
dy, by Absorption. ,T
Inporiant XHsooTary slnoa Vao
Inatlon. Other ramadlae ma j
redlero Catarrhi ilia tiores at
iny etas befora Consumption
Butler has touched Massachusetts
blue blood to tho quick. As Gover
nor of the State he lias bad the hardi
hood to show up and expose serious
wrongs in tho mnnngeruont of her char-
italile institutions. He has shown
that the poor dependants upon the
authorities of tho State had lxn vir
tually starved to death by inhuman
kenDcrs. He even went do far As to
establish the fad that the remains of
the unfortunate inmates has been reg
ularly sold to, fiedical t irtHtUutions
for the purpotto of dissection'. It was
established that in some cases the in
mates had been skinned, their hides
furnished to the tanners, and leather
make from the.TJ. At least four such
cwe. were proven. The tanned loath
er, formerly tho skins of living human
beings, cit irons of the ( great common
wealth of Massachusetts, was brought
before a committee, as cvidenco of tho
fact. To-day politics are divided in
that State, not lietween Democrats and
Republicanism, but as to whether Ben
Butler Governor of the State should
be censured or commended for these
exposures. Blue Howled Republican
ism of tho State insists that Butler has
been tho meant) of disgracing their
proud old coiunionw'caitn. ) is friends
iiinint that the Ktalo should pass
through tho fires of puriBcation. That
the great wrongs and crimes apainst
humanity could only be redressed
through the touchstone of s healthy
public sentiment. Tho committee of
tho legitdature, in its report, divides
much as did tho eight-to soven doctoral
commission. Tho blue blood Republi
cans assert that tin evils complained of
have been magnified. Tliat old Ben
is blackmailing tho name of the State
for personal and political purposes.
The others retort by saying that he has
told the truth. The remains of ...the
dead were sold by State officials. That
human skins were tanned and part of
it manufactured into boots. So goes
the issue in Massachusetts. Human
iVaUio'i arid the managomont of the
almshouses vs Ben. .Butler will bo
fought at tile polls. The spectacle is a
singular one to outsiders. Tho South
and far West lwks on in astonishment.
Butler calls up the best literature, of
the horrors of Lilby prison and An-
dersdhvilli; M applies it .to "Tewks-
bjiry." With nostrils elevated and
eyes askance, ho points to the dissect
ing rooms of the young medicos, and
the freshly tanned leather from a negro,
an Irishman, a German and a native
American paper, once ward of the
Stato, nnd asks, "Shall the secret vices
and horrors of Massachusetts be con
tinued!" Such virtually, is the politi
cal issue in the old comroonweath made
memorable by the Adamanses and
fcdllef Brutally annulled.
Groceries D'J Provisions,
Will keep on hand a general assortment of
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies,,
Candles, . Soaw,. . Notions,
Green arid Dried Fruits, ,.
Wood and Willow War.
, Crockery, Etc1
Business will be conducted on a
, Which means that . .
Low Prices are Established
Goodi dellrend without tba'rgt lif tojei
ALL KINDS OF rWDiCfi VVANTt-0
Vnr which we wlfl pay the highenmarket
price. . . . JAS L. PAfiE
SAN JUAN Li. MB for sale by
T. G. HENDRICKS.
At Leadville, Colorado; Sept. 10th,
D. Cowan, City editor of the Horald,
was brutally assaulted by Alderman
Jo of that, 6il The parties were
discussing local politics, when Joy
took exceptions to a remark of Cowan,
and knocked him down, and with a
drawn revolver jtept the crowd at bay.
He thon jumped on Cowan's face, and
with heavy boots kicked and stamped
him until almost unrecognizable. He
will probably (lie.' Joy es'caped to the
mountains. Cowan is well known in
the west as a brilliant young writer
of excellent character.' io'y is a noto
rious bully, keeps a low diye and is
absolutely devoid of character.
"Mr. Hack," said the managinr, edi
tor, "Mr. Wirework, the opposition
candidate, is going to be at the confer
ence to morrow; wrile a sharp editor
ial and give him fits' for trying to curry
favor with the church." "But Wire
works has written a letter savins? he
can't,, be there," replied Mr. Hack.
"SoT 805 the managing editor. "Well
then; write a slashing article on his
3arinir to iirnore the best people in the
villaee. Give it to him good and
The National Yellowstone Park em
braces in its limits 3.67S miles ifioro
territory than Rhode Island and Dela
ware combined. It is fW)1 five miles
wide and sixty five long.'
The State elections to be held this
Fall are considered of so mucfi iriipoVu
ance that they have for some time en
gaged the active politicians of both
parties in discussing the merits of tbs
candidates and of the issues involved.
Tho States which hold elections in Oc-
toW and .November are as follows: .
Connecticut will elect November C,
... ... j
one half its Senate and its full House
of Representatives!. .
Iowa will elect October 9th, Govern
or and other State officers and Legisla
ture . .. . .
Massachusetts will elect November
6th, Governor and other State officers
and Legislature. .
Minnesota. will elect November 6th,
Governor and other State officers, and
vote upon tho proposed amendments to
the Constitution of the State, which
provides (1) that goneral elections shall
bo lield horeafvter in Npremlicr of each
even year; (2; hat ()the secretary ryl
the State, the Treasurer ana the Attorney-General
shall serve two jearsj '
and the State Auditor four yean, and
(3) fix the term of service of the Judges
and Clerks of the Supreme Court, and
of the Judges of the District Court of
the State, . i
, Mississippi will bleci November Cthj
Legislature. . . ( ..,
, Nebraska will elect Novoraber 6th,
Justice of Supreme Court and Regents
of the University.
s. New Jersey will eleot November 6tht
Scretary of State, part of its Senate
and its full House of Representatives.'
Now York will elect November rjtlii
Socretiry of State, Comptroller, Trees,
nrcr, Attorney-General, Engineer, and
purveyor, and both branches bt to
Legislature and vote upon a propo
sition to abolish contract labor from
the State prisons.
Ohio will elect October 9th, Govern
or and other State otlW.s and LegislaV .
turc, and vote upon three, proposed
amendments to the Constitution of the
State, which (1 and 2) regulate or pro
hibit tho sale of intoxicating liquors
and (3) reorganize the judiciary of the
Pennsylvania wiH ?c.. November
6th. Auditor General and State Tress
urer. . . .
The New York Star, speaking eili
torially, says: "It is very easy for. a
well fed preacher like Bencher to in
dulge in abstract formulas and canting
generalities! but if Chinese competi
tion afflicted the pulpit as it has affect
ed various industries on the Paciuo
coast Beecher's economio platitudes
would speedily give way o the stern
logioof facts. The bread and 'water
science of living makes a clever rhetor
ical phrase, but Beoc)ier himself would
not willingly doscorid to thev dollar-a-Uay
level; and tlie average American,
workman is not to be blamed" for cull-
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tivating a distinction of the same sort
Bcecher is a man of extensive learning
and experience, and perhaps he would
concent to elucidate what the Intelli
gence and ingenuity of nothing Cau
casian has yet discovered, namely) that
magical science of living by hicli a
white Amorican can raise, a family at
ower wages than' A Chinaman can
subsist upon. Lei Beecher do (his in
a lecture upon the subject and tho lec
ture will be a phenomenal success,
An old operator thus telfs how cabio
messages are received: i aon sup
pose you know how the cable .messages
are received over the cablet No. Well
it is altogether different from this tick,
tick. tick. The operaters there sit in
dart rooms. The messages come as
little clectrio sparks; the letters are
known by the length of the flash The
men go blind at the end of fifteenyears.
and are pensioned in England, but
nothing is done for them here. They
are not even paid any better, than we
are. . . .
They found a man dead on the .pave
mrnt in front of a newspaper office in
a western town with a poem, "Spring,"
clenched in his. stiff, cold fingers,( and
(fie cqroner didn't even hold an inquest
over hire. He simply looked up at the
editorial ' .room on', the loploor and
measuring the distance with his eye,
remarked: " "NutTlo kill any lind of a
Spring poets are scarcer now. ,