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ESTABLISHED FOR THE DISSESIJIAT10S OP DEMOCRATIC PalSClTlBS, M TO I1U 11 HONEST MUM BT TDK SWEAT OP QUI BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1883.
C&r ($agenr (City iiarfl.
I. L. CAMPBELL,
rublishttr aril Proprietor.
rnoa -J ti Btitiiu or wiiimtw
between Seventh and Eighth Streets.
TERMS OF 3UI8C3IPTI0N.
CA.TE3 OF ADVEKTISINQ.
. Alrartlsam.Bta inserted M follow :
' eaJ Stuart. 10 line or less, one insertion f3 ;
iMk nbHiiitl insertion f l. two required in
Tfc. xlnfrtiier will be charged at th fol
wtag vases i ' ;
SHe nun three moat as
wt t l.- mnnths 8 W
fswatiaat antic in local oolamn, 20 cents per
M fat eewh insertion.
Advertising bills will be rendered quarterly.
11 tab work must be faiii rot nit nsLivisr.
M-MMMMBM WWWBM .IS. U
wet aa tke
Res as a IOD no li, a. r. ana a. m.
Jtseta Srst aai taire VYeleesdaye la eark
MaHftM ftnwa TilMI Ma. ) T. O.
O. F. MeeUeverr Tuesday wealDf.
JUT... at. A tttfnaWWtfSMV Nil. A.
aa tke Meat h Wednesdays ia aeeb asoatk.
Iai5ii Limn, No. 15, A. O. U. W.
Vsas at Mvt-mio Halt the second and fourth
Vidaya ia each month. .
J. M. Sloan. M. W.
tierATBlcK Post, Nx 40, O. A. R.-Meets
. afasonio HU, the lint and third FiiUys of
taenia. By order, Couhandek.
o)sa or Chosm FsiExn. Meets the
aB 1. .1 1 ft I... l I,
IMU. (aim ntt.urut-y eve mi .
M-ll it.... A T M Mi.n&K. (!(.'.
JBS MM. f XMJ VIXBI VI W -' "
Btrri Ljs No. 837. I. O. G. T. Me-U
very 3t irday night m 0 1 1 Fellow 1111.
E.O. Potter, W. C. T.
Li tms S tab B !) or Hop -Meet at the
J. P. Church every Sunlay afternoon at
I. aV Hnt.m S iL : Mi Burt'ia Cim', Ai't
tW,; Cbaa. H.ll, o'y. Mine Uattia Smith,
fcapaata, TWirure roa-U welcome.
J. E. &F. W. Fenton,
u,)atacirY - - - oitEcn.v.
VMUlattMtt'Hi jiren U Heal Entata Tree
Ma ana AWtrvU of Title.
Omuoi -O'er (iruue Store.
ft. MIAIAX, ALttXT. U BIL1", C';'it5L
aTlt.ll V.i & HILVKU,
an Coums'lofj at Law.
PSAcnca ALL Tii a (Mintw or
tlili SUt. Tliey xive mwwul altor.tiiiu
eollaoti'iui and probate mutirn.
fi0J -)er V. V. t0. B;inM oTve
0:3- B- C:3. A. 0313,
Attorneys awl Coimadlors-xit-Law,
WILL PRACTICE IX TUB OUUTS
of the Seoitd J I iiui.il Untrict ami in
the Supreme Court of thin State.
aVeaial attention given to collodions and
matters ia probate
I. B. IUIFS.
ISr A GENERAL
111 DllllI 01
Ceo. 3. Washburne,
JfGUMB CITY, - -" 0RKO0N
fTIflO formerly occupied by Thorapwu A
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
12 1-2 cts.
Good Dress Goods at l2c
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of Jfew
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine . Cashmere in every
New arid Nobby styles in
Trimminf.Silks and Sat
ins in all shades. "
Velvets in Colors.
TJie finest stock of French
KID SHOES " '
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and', SHOES
of all descriptions.
Liberal Discount for
. : CASH.
New Departure-! !
PATKOXIZR THKJUCX WHO HELP T .BUILDVOUn HllIlKJES, HOAD3 AND
SCHOOL UUbSliS. whose inton-st ur0 vcmr intonm.. 1 Ar. ii..nn in..ntl. lm..t.,l ..i
ipend tueir protiU at home. Take uolice that.
JL I PETERS,
Will eel) iod for CASH at trreatly reduced price., m low iu any uther CASH 8T0RE.
Fine Cheviot ShirU. 50, 75 eU and II.
tkit Printi lb au l 18 yards 81 00
Rest Cnwn and Bloached Mimlin.s, 7, 8, 9, and
Clark, and Brook spiol cotton 75 cts per Dot.
Pla n and Milled Firnnela, 25, 35: 45 and 50
Water Proo , cents
Fine White Shirts, 75 otn and VI.
And all Other Cosds at Proportionate Rates.
AIsj the Celebrated
WHITE Sit V MAOHNE1,
Vnn. bittor for strength, sise. and durahilitvl. At wentlr reduced rates.
cjf To my old Customers, who have stood by me so I mg, I will continue t- sell on same
trms as h.-retofore on tiras, but if at any time they wUh to make CASH purchases, I wili jire
all sni, as others, the full credit on ny reduotiou A V. PETERS
New Assortment Dress Goods (No Trash) 15,
20 and 20 cts.
Mens' (7nbrweir. Shirts an 1 Drawers, 50 el
Mens'Ovcrsliirts, 75 cts. and 91.
Mens' Overalls, 50,65, 73 cts and VI.
Embroideries and Kdgins at Fabulous Low
GEO. M. MILLER,
litara7 ani CsaasjlbMt-Liw, ni
Real Estate Agent.
KUOHNB CITV, - - - OREGON
IFICR-Two doors nerth of Post Oifi'.
Dr. Wm O3bome,
. 8fRcAdjaini,igSt- Charles Hotel,
- 0AT TBI
117 DSIII BTJli 0? HiTE3 ail IUCKI.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BB FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or re.
ideooa wbea not professionally engaged,
ahfioa at the
POST OFFICK DRUG STORE.
Ba4dnc aa Eighth street, oppoaita Preaby
DR. E. G.CLARK,
Graduate of the PbiU Wphia Dental College.)
.IUUEXECITY, - - OREO..X.
GOLD FILLING.? A SPECIALTY.
-JlrtincMl teeth msyle W order, leetb
trctJ without pain. All work fully war
ranted. Offica ia brick building over to.
6maga stire. j .
J. S. LOCKEY,
cks, Wacnas, Chains, Jewelry, Etc
Repairing Promptly Executed.
CTXll Trk Warrawle. JT1
' J.. LC:CKV,
JSuWitll I Ci's Brick Villa-THtU streft
III II Cliff
Goods sold as low as any House
ia Oregon, for
Cash Or Credit
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and see.
S. H. Friendly.
JCB J, it'
Mutlcal instruments. Toys, Notiom, etc
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
warmntrd. Nulhwes corner of Willamette
and Eighth straet.
NEW GRO-JEdY STORE
(i m. d-aoath of Post Office )
OUR r.U ar. all ae ani fre.b 1 of
first qoalitv. AH imls nwally fooad in a
m -i i Vnt m n an l I y-
l(.acos and fli.AKS specialty. We l.iy
! f.w C'ah and eii for t!t same, ei-m? the cu-
tnin the lranuge of -A,Hs, j k m
a. o. ikvrrr, H. c. bumpbrkt, w. t. nrr.
Notary. Attorrey. Casliier.
LANE COUNTY BANK
IIOVEY, HUMPHREY k CO
EUQENB iCITTT, - - OR.
Deposits received subject to check,
Ians made on approved securities,
bight Drafts drawn om
PORTLAND, "AX FRXCISCO AND
Eichanj?e drawn on the principal Cities of
'lle-ti"n made on all points and a treneral
lianking trasioeM trnrti o aioraW.
DR. W. C SEHLBREDE,
Ti KOW rERMAXENTLY LOCATED
X la Cottaita Grava. He perforins all oira
Hons ia mechanical and suri(icl deutistry. All
work warranted and aaustaction guaranteeo.
a Marvelous Story
told n two untiu.
" Otnllemtni My father resides at Glowr,
Vt. H. kss btnm a (rrat sutTnrw from sorot
la, and the Inclosed lattar will Mil you what
kas bad In his ease. I tblnk kit blood mnit
kar. eontained tba bnnior for at latst tea
years J but It did not show, neept In ins form
of a scrofulous sore oa th. wrist, antll about
Ira years ago. From a few spots which ap
peared at that time. It gradually spread so ai
to sorer his entire body. I assure yon ha was
terribly afflicted, and aa object of pity, whan
he befnulug your medicine. Now, there are
few men of his ag. who sojoy as good health
aa ka has. 1 eould easily name nfiy persons
who would tsstlfy to Ui fact la his ease.
Yours truly, V. M. PHILUM."
FROM THE FATHER:
a duty (or ma to tut. to you th. benefit I
bar. derived front th am el
Ayer s Sarsaparilla.
Six months ago I was completely covered with
a terribl humor and scrofulous sores. Tuo
humor caused an laeessant and Intolerable
Itching, and the skin cracked so as to eauaa
th. blood to flow la many places whenever
I moved. My sufferings were great, and my
life a burden. 1 commenced the use of the
BABSAraaiLLA In April last, and here ussd
It regularly sine, that time. My condition
began to improve at once. The sores hare
all healed, and I foel perfectly well In every
respect twlnf now able to do a good day's
srork, although 73 years of age. Many Inquire
what hat wrought such a cur. tn my ease, and
I tell tbam, at I ha to her. tried to toll you,
Atkb'i BAMArAiuiXA. Glover, Vt., Oct.
It, 1UX. Yours gratefully,
Aria's SAMAfAkaLa. onres Sere rule
and all Scrofulous Complaints, Err si p.
laa, Ecaama, Blngworm. Blotches,
Veres, Bolls, Tumor., and KmpUons of
th. tfcia. It clean the blood of all Impa
rities, aids digestion, stimulates the action of
th. bowels, and thus restores vitality and
strengthens th whole system.
; f RKPABED BT
Dr. J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Man.
Bold by all Druggists; II, sia bottles for &
al-sray Car tut! sewer dls.
iiolats. Jk worU's (groat Pain
Ulltvir for Kaa svnd Beast.
Ctoapt quick tu.d rellabU,
U not Narcotic. Childrca
grow fat upon, Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
Dowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Feverlshncsa, and de
WEI DC MEYER'S CA
TARRH Cairo, a Coatatltatloaal
AatldoU for this terribl. mala
try. Afeeorptioa. Tko aaost
Iaiportavmt Dia.0T.r7 alao. Vt
tiaatlom. Otk.r rotmodlM soay
reUarra Ctttarrk, tlia tur at
any stafo beforo Contuiptlos
MS . 1 . 111,1,
Groceries niJ Provisions,
Will keef .a band general aaeortment
Groceries, Provilons, Cored Mrats,
Toliaouo, Cigars, Candies,
Candles, hoarn, Koti'ma. '
Green and Dried mlta,
Wood and Willow Wars.
Bnaineat will be conducted oa a
Which means that
Low Prices are established
joodi dellTercd without cbargs U lnjfi
Kil KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
V'WwMch w. wil'Inay the hl'.-hnirket
trim. At 1 !
NOTICE W HF.ItKRY GIVEN THAT
by virtu, of an Ejeculion duly issned
as 01 in. vircuit Lourt 01 th. hum n ur
goo, for tin Couuty of Lane, by th Clerk
thereof, and to m directed oa to wlti No
vember 18, IH83, upod Judgment and de
ore of foreulnsur reodereit in said Oort
Novwnbr 7, ISM, in a tuit wherein W 8
Humphrey wa ulsuititt ami J W Dauuhsrlv
was defeudtnt, in favor of taid plaintiff for
th sum of live hundred and eighty-tic and
twsntyllv onchuudmltht (LVMU) dollar.
touetlier with ooaU ami disburaeineot of
sale, ud au attorney fee of Mltv-.iuht (S.18I
dollara, and for th. foreclosure and aals of
th following deacrilied mortgaged real pro
perty, tnwiti Th N 1 of th. 8 K k and
th W 1 of th N El. and th K I of th N
K 4 of beo M also th W 4 of th. a E of
80 II. all in T 16. 8 R 5 V. oontainina JJO
acre, more or lot, all in Lane County, Ore
goo. Coinma-idiug m to tell th. sbov.
a escribed premises, as by law required.
Now, therefor, by virtu of said Execu
tion, and to satisfy said judgment with in
terest thereon at th rat of 1 1 per cent per
auuam from th 7tn dsy'ef November, 18U,
ooeta, acaruiug costs and etpense of tal
and attornsy leo, I will sell tot abort de
scribed mortgaged premises at pnblio na
tion, to th hiuliest bidder, for oath lit hand.
at th Court float door in Eugeu City,
lounty, uregun, ou
Monday, Dreeutber 91, 1SS3,
ttk hour of 9 o'clock, p m, of tald day.
J. ll. t. AMrfJaLL,
Bhtriff Laa C.aalr, Orsgoi.
Dated Nev 24, IMS.
NOTICE IS IIEUKtfY GIVEN THAT
by virtu of an execution duly issued
out of th Cirouit Court of th State of Ore
gon, for th C'ouuty of Una, by th Clerk
thereof, and to nie directed on to-wit: No
vember 16, 183.1, upon a judgment ami de
cree of foreclosure rendered in taid Conrt
November 6, ISM, iu tuit wherein A G
llovsy, H C Humphrey and Walter T I'oet.
partners, doing business under firm name
tnd style of itnvay, Humphrey A Co., were
ilamtills, anil John W )auglierty and narah
F Daughertydufendantt, in favor of said plain-
tifl't for th sum of tnree thousand and eight
aod twtaty-flv eoe huudretlths (13,008..)
dollar itogether with costs, wpensea of tale,
tad aa attorneys lee f three hundred (S.'W0)
Hollars, and for th forcloseut of th mort
gagen premises described as tuiiowi, to-wit:
The N i of th 8 K 1 ami th W I of the N
Kt of Km No 14. Tlfi, 8 It 5 W, oonUiu-
ing ItiO acres; ami alto tb W 1 of th 8 Kg
of Son II, and th K , of th N Kg of 8eo
Hi T 10, 8 It 4 W.oonUininfl ICO acres. AU
f taid ltsd being situated in Laue Coaoty,
Oregon, Couimandiug me to tail th sbov
described prtiinsos as by law required.
Now, therefore by virtu of said Kitcu
tion, and to satisfy said judgment witb in
terest thereon at 12 per vtnt par aunuin
since th 6th day of November, 183.1, costs,
aocruiug costs and vcnset of tale, and at
torney lee, 1 will tell the above dencribed
mortgaged premise at public auction, to th
hiuheet bidder, for cash in hand, at the
Court Houso door in Eugene City, Lan
County, Oregon, ou
Holiday, lipeumber SI, IMS,
at th hour of 2 o'clock, p in, of said day.
J. It CAMI'ltKl.L,
Sheriff of Lan County,
Dated No 24, ISHJ.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
by virtu of an execution duly issued
out of tlieCiruuit Court of th State of Ore-
goo, for tli County of Una, by th Clerk
uiureoi ami vi me aireiteti, 00 to.wiu no
rcmber 30, 1383, upuu a juilgiiiout and de-
ore of foreclosure reinlured in taid court
April l'Jth. I87A. in a suit then tnd there
poodinu, ia favor of Harriott L Chichester
plaintiff, and ag-tlnst M W MuM array drfend-
ant, forthesuin of twolvo hundred and forty-
Hv ud eight oiis hundredtl.s (f l,24S.0)dol
lart, together with thtoosteand ditbursomanU
sad expenses of dale, and for th foreclosure
ol th Mortgaged preinisos desuribsd aa fol
lows, to-witi On Binlivided one-twelfth
part of all th. real estate belonging to th
estate af Fielding MoMurray, doueaaed, tit.
gated in T 17 and 18 8, R '4 W, in Un
0"aty,Or, beginning at 8 W corner of Dona
tio land claim af VVilliain Hinith, thence
North 44.441 ohs, thence east 45.00 chs,
thsu.: south 44.44J she, tbene west 4.1.00
cht to place of begiuning. Alao begiiiniug
at th N W corner of th Donation land
olaira ef J M Lakin and wife, th.noe east
4.V1W ohs, thsnc tooth 4J.W chs, thenc
wsst 4d 0oht, thane north 43.77 cht to
plac of beginning, oominandii.g me to tell
all and singular the interest of taiddoftodant
in aud to said premise. Iave to Usoe laid
execatiou having been granted by aaid oourt
November S, 103.
Now therefor by virta of caul txecutioo
and to satisfy taid judgment, with interest
thereoa at th rat ol tea per oens per aa
om tine th lUtk day of April 187-1, wt
accruing onala and expeutet of tale, I will tell
a one-twelfth interest belonging to tit. above
named def.odaol an the abov deaoribea
premise, at piblio atctiol to th highest
Llddtr for sash iu hand, at th Court ilous
door ia Eugene City, Iao Ceuuty, Oregon,
Monday, Deemker SI, 1883,
at th hoar of I 'dock p os of saiil day.
J. li. CAUrVKLL,
Sheriff Lan County, Oregon.
Dated Deo I, 1883.
VrOTICEM HEREBY GIVEN THAT
A.1 by virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court
of th. State of Oregon, fur Laae ('ouuty, made
at tlie sviiUr Aovenilwt Urns thereof, lfvMJ,
I mill oflsr tale at public anctKa, to the
highest bidikir, th fuUowing deectihed real
esUte. to wit:
IM No 1, in section 39, T 17, 8 R S W, ena
taluia Vt.ia acres, ia 1-ane County, Orrjuo,
on the .".tb dy i4 December, A D, 1W, at
the Court House door in Eiwene City, Oregon,
between the hours of 9 o'clock a mand 4 o'clock
p , of sabl day.
1 arms of said cask.
A. O. Hov it, Refers.
Go. 8. Waihbi rjii, AtUirncy.
. . ,
GUARD OFFICE-Newpaper. book and Job
printingoffiae.oomer WiliamvMe aaHH.witk
1 Fi;h!in j KJitor,
A coupln of editor who had xn
Mying rough thinpt of eaJt othr
found thonisolvei finally in a poaition
where a fijht or an apology was bound
to rHult, Each of tlirin had a proper
RK.rd for pornonal1 eafidy, and a
mutual friend viaitod one of them to
know what he thought ahnut a snttlrv
"Do you want to fightf" ho asked -"That
drponda," was the cautious
, "Do you want to'apologizr
"That deprnda," was the cautious
"What are you going to dof
"And that depends. "
"Dopendu the ducn! You've got to'
"What does the other follow think
atiout itt Is he ugly or will he concili'
"I don't know; I haven't been to sen
"Well, you go and see him and find
out. My pomtion is just thin: If lie
in real ugly and is liound to hare blood,
I might lo inducod to apologize; but;,
sir, if he is dinpoeed to af ologire, why,.
I'm junt spoiling for a fight.. You un
deratand? You go and see him now,,
and tell him yu think I would accept
an apology." Merchant Traveler.
OREGON AND WASHINGTON.
There are 130 students at the Uni-
vcrnity at Snattln.
Ainnworth, W. T., is having a lank
boom sand bank and faro bank.
At Long Greek, Idaho, Walla Walla
flour is worth $10 per barrel.
Hayes City, head camp in tho New
Eldorado, contains fifty-five frame and
The petition of the Salom, Oregon,
mininters to the Board of Agriculture
to abolish the sain of liquors on the
fair ground, was granted.
Thomas Humphrey, whono farm is
near AlUny, lout his barn, 900 bunhels
of wheat and 300 buHhrls of oats by
tire last week.
A booHt living near Milton, named
Walker, has Wn indicted by the grand
jury for the crime of inci'Ht with his
daughter, a girl of about 14 y ars, who
says tho criminal intimacy has existed
ht aliout three years.
At the town elnction held in Turn-
water laHt Monday, says the Cliehalis
Nuaget, 23 ladies voted under tho late
sufFrngn art Live trustees were elected,
and it is needless to say that the wo
men's tiuket won the day.
Superintendent Clacus, of the Cedar
rier extension, says salmon are o
thick that it is impossible to crow the,
. . e . t
stream.1, lie was one Hour in me.
sfTort to cross a si ream forty ftft wide
on account of the aforesaid obstruction.
Tho Springfield Republican bids.
adieu to Gov Kullrr in the following
affceting manner: "Oooil-by, Ben.
You were such a rollicking old sinnori
you were so entertaining in 'your devil
try, we shall U kind '0 lonesome with
out you. Wa count on a few (irst-cUu
monkey shines from you in the next
two months. You have given the
staid old Commonwealth the gn-at'wt
circus she ever saw. You have done
a precious lot of miaxhint But now
you are finished and done for, we can t
feel savago as you mike your exit."
'Oh, wad yo tak' a thought .Stud
men!" ' Be a good boy, leave politics
and play with , your yacht and your
million. We shall have hater Gov
ernors - Heaven forbid that we have
worse but we never shall have tuch
a comical one. Farewell, Benjamin."
Thai paper lias but slight knowledge
of Benjamin's character if it thinks it
has bid him a final farewrll, as he
has promised to I the Governor to
CoL Parker, of the Wall Walla.
Statesman, says: It is all very well to
guih over this woman suffrage business,
but two-thirds of the women them!j
say it is all a humbug, for thpy neve
wanted to vote and roMly U)ey
Tacoina and New Tai-omft h iveo- .