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ESTABLISUED PUB THE D1SSE1MTI0J bWlOl'UTlC PRIXCirLES, AXD TO EUS H UESTHVIXC BT THE SWEAT OF Ol'R BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY DECEMBER 29, 1883.
1 L. CAMPBELL,
FtrtUsher ari l Proprietor.
V flCS -On th EtU f Willamette
lUniV S.v.nth and Eighth Streets.
TBRM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION'.
Tm Assam 2
4TB1 OF ADVKUTW1XG.
Aifwtii.ia.iU Inserted as follow :
Cash required in
square, 10 liaea or leas, uu. insertion 13 j
. eebteient Insertlos l
. J aril) h ftk&rfrail &t the ful.
. v i - -
t en nn
eae seatr wre mm "
" " fix m.nth... 8 00
' ' Sue year 12 00
Trwetlsai antic in local column, 20 cent per
m. far each ias.rtion.
, . Aeertisia? bill will b rendered quarterly.
All fab aftfrW mit he run for om demv'Srv.
.twi Wn II A P nrl A U
,H Mtc trst sal third W.laeadaye In .arh
Intni Bon Toon No. 9 1. 0.
iO.T. Meets every Tweaday evening.
WtuiMiLi EtfcmryaaT No.
m ea tk U ape 4th Wednesdays ia each month.
avuss Lonng, No. 15, A. O. V. W.
Meeei it Masonic Hill the sacnud and fourth
fiUayt ia each month.
w J. M. Sloas. M. W.
XtlPATElCK PoiT, Nn. 40, 0. A. It. -Meet
t Msseni Hall, tha tint and third Friday of
Mb aaaatli. By order, Commaniiek.
e)asa er Osnsi!! FRiKxiw.-Mi.ftn the
vet sal third Saturday eveiiiiu's at Masonic
all. By or.lr of J. M. sloah, u i .
Bsrri Ljoqi No. 357. I. 0. O. T. -M.wts
every 31 k Jy nljlit in O 1 1 Fo'.biws' H ill.
' E. 0. Potter, W. C. T.
liimi PrAn Biwor H ipp. -Meets at the
J. t. Chwuh every Sin I iv aftcrn Min at 3:30.
J. I. HvutMi. S'ipt.: Mi B'rt'iaCiok. An t
aak; C. Hill, 3C!, Mi4 liattio Smith,
9tt)lia. Tiaitors rat i welcomw.
J. B. & F. W. Featon,
BU lUta CITY '- - - )KKU0N.
t.eati'i irlv-n t Ro il Kit.it Pia'
bx aad Abitract of I'itle.
rtiai Over Grans Store.
t. aTRAIAiC, ALIANT. I. KII.YKt:, EOllKNI.
STItAHA.N Si Hi I A' till,
Attirneys and Counsellors at La-v,
BITGEN'B CITV, OREGON.
PBACil'lCii IN ALL THIS ('01 It TS OF
tbis 'State. ' 1'iiey (jive KjircUl atU-ntinu
aalUotion an I proj-tW nuttm.
riQi - V. V. i, U.' E;:irjs oil
5" A GENERAL
III ll HI.
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrcns Hose at
12 hi ds.
Good Dress Goods at Hie-
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
Xew and Nobby styles in
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
The finest stock of French
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descriptions.
C:3- B- & 2:3. A. DJM13.
Attorneys ani Connsellors
' " at-Law,
WILT' PBACl'ICK IN' HIE OUltTS
YY of tha Saoud Ju lici il Di.tcrict and in
lb. ftuprama C.mrt of tliit SUte.
Ip..ial attjnti.iu given to. collections and
matter ia urclata
Ceo. 8. W a 3h b J rne,
GQKNS CITY, - - UKW-ws
ntffiae farmarly ocjiipiei by Thorapwn k
a- aaaa. jynil
1 c " '
CEO: M. MILLER,
LVuniy and'Csnnsallor-at-Law, ani
Real1 Estate Agent.
ICGBXE CITx, ' - - - OREGON.
OFFICH-Turo dsor nrth of Pont O.fi ia.
Dr. 5Wm Osborne,
J-.: J., : ...
0.1i:oA.ij)iiiisSt-' Charles Hotel,
- OR AT THE
TIT 8T32E OP HATES al LUCKY.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
Ian be found at his office or p-
id.aoa t,iD not profeiaionaUy engaged.
OSea at tk.
S post office drug store.
Karidaaca aa Eighth treet, oppoiU Preby
DR. E. G. CLARK,
, Crduat6f tue Philadelphia Dental College.)
-x.-tfCT!fgt,ITT.r". ' - " OREUuN.
pfcOLD FILLINGS A SPECIALTY.
VJ" ' Artificial teeth made ti onler. Teeth
e-.taoteJrkh.iut pain. All work fully war-
JteL O.tija iu brick buildiu over th.
ag . tnr
j. S. LUCXEf,
Liberal Discount for
i - j .... .
New Departure ! !
pAPIlONIZK I'HK MEN WHO HELP T lil'ILI) Vul'R HIIIIKiES. ROADS AND
1. SCHOOL HOUSES, whose intereitt arj ymir iuterent I Ar permanently l.iiaUd ant
,.cilil lueli' pni.u ..u.ue. J ant- nonce tu.ll.
A. V. PETERS
tVill nell i'uo.ln for CASH at greatly reduced price, a low as any other CASH STORE.
Beit IViiiti lb an I U yards. . . : 1 00 Hue Cheviot Shirts. ,W, 73 ct and 51.
Ueiit llrown and Bleached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and ' New Assortment Dre Good (No Trash) 15,
20 niwi .'.') uts.
Mens' trnd-rwiMr. S'urts and Drawer. f0 ct
Mens' Overshirts, 73 cts. and II.
Mem' Overalls, 50, C.'i, 73 cts and SI.
Embroideries and Kdglns at Fabulou Lo
Clarks an I Brooks siiool cotton 73 cts per Dor.
Plain sn l Milled Flrnnels, 23, 35; and 30
WatJr Proo , cents ,
Fino White Shirts, 75 cts and f 1.
And a!l Other Coeds at Proportionate Rates.
Also the 'eluliraieo
WHITE SE V NG MAOHNEI
Nme bitter f ir 'ran,'th, size, am 1 diinibilityl, At greatly reduced rates.
TTomy oi l Custome-s, who have stKl by me so I mi, I will contintt. t-i sell on sania
tr:n as h Titofore on tims, but if at any time they wuU to make UA.-m purciiam-s, I win fir.
all sin. as -ithers. tlie full credit on inv reduction A. v. livitiwi
Goods sold as low as any House
in Oregon, for
Cash Or Credit
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Gall and see
S. H. Friendly.
.iiu.,...,t-i i. v . ttt.
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, n.Ks, and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. Northwe corner of Willamette
and Eiubth strata.
NEW GROCERY STORE
(On. door outh of Post Office )
OUR c -vl are all new ani fresh aad of
first qnalitr. All irnla nsnally found in a
Iflrst Jla.rnrj.rr u.re, a-,-.
Uros and ClG.AIiS a speculty. "r
' f..r Cah and sell for the same mvinif the en
trmer th. advantag. of t"WH8P.'Ir. 4 co
A. O. HOVET, II. C. Ml MPHRIT, W. T. PEET,
Notary. Attorr.ty. Cashier.
LANE COUNTY BANK.
HOVEY, HUMPHREY A CO
Deposits received ubject to checM
Ixan mi ! on iprrved securities
Si,-bt lrfu drawn cm
P JUTLAND,! SAN FRANCISCO AND
Ei' hn,-e drwn on th principal .Citie. of
, I mile on all p- tnU aad t'eneral
JUnliiiu' b.isines. transactad on aorahle
DR. W. CSEHLB.lEOEi
I I NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
ia Cntta Grove. H. irform all opera
tion, la cuachanical aad (invital d.utislry. All
work warranted and satisfaction iiuaranUed.
No ntb.r eoniilaintf are to lutldlons In tbalf
fcitaek aatbaaealfeediif the throat and lunp:
Dona to trilled wilh by th. majority of sutler,
art. Tba ordluary aough or cold, retultlng
prbp from a trldlng or uiieonselou
poaura, ia ottea but tha beginning of a fatal
(fckaaaa. Avkr'i Chirry Pectoral has
' wall yroT.ii lu efficacy In a forty year.' fight
' with throat and lung diseases, aud should ba
lak.ii lu all ease without delay.
A Terrible rough Cured.
"In I.i;i tKik aef.reeold,wlilcbarfeeted
my lungs. I bail a terrible rough, and paiwed
night alter uight without sleep 'l li. doctor
gave ma up. 1 tried Avi K's CiiHiHV Pti .
toral, wblrh rellived my lungs, lnduce.l
tleep. and alforded tne the rest necessary
for tha recovery of mr strength. 1 1 t tlia
ontiiined lite of the 1'mtiiral .a perma
nent cura was etleetrd. I am now fi year
old, bale and bearlv, and am satisfied your
L'llKMKY I'KITURAI.' ssve.1 ma.
Rockingham, Vl., July IS, Iwi.
Croup. A Mother'. Tribute.
u While In the country last winter my little)
boy, three yearsold, was taken III with croup;
It teemed as if be would die from strangu
lation, due of the family suggested the use
of A V Kit's CHKMRY I'M TIIHAI., a bottle of
Wblrh was always kept ll the house. This
i tried hi small and freiiieut doses, and
to our delight In less than half au hour th
littlo patient was breathing easily. 'I lie doe
tor said that the t numv 1'HToHAI. bad
sarel inv darling's hie. Can you womler at
our gratitude'.' sincerely xnirs,
.Una. l m m a (iri5rtv."
1W West l.'Slh St., New York, Slay 18, Ift2.
'I have nnl Avrn's CiiKiiHY Ppitoral
In in v family for several yeai-s, aud do not
hesitate to prouoiiure it the most ell eel list
remedy for coughs and cohlswe bate rter
tried. A. .1. CliANK."
ljke Crystal, Minn., Mnicli III, ls:.
'I siilfered forrllit yenrsfiom lli'onrlillis,
and alter trying miinv remedtes with no suc
cess, I was cured by the use of Avrn's 1 Hm
MV I'M TOIU1.. .InsKI'U WaLUK.V."
Ilylmlia, Miss., April 5, IM:.
"I esiiuot sv enough in praise of Avrit'
riiKitiiv I'w ro It A I., believing at I do that
but fr Its use should lung since have died
from lung troubles K. IH.auIhi.v."
ralvstlue, 'Idas, April 23, If.'.
No case of an nlTeetloii of the throat or
bingt exists H Inch cannot be greatly relief ad
by the nto of Avrn'a ( MKHKV l f.i fuliAL,
and it will iimyi.i rare when tba diteal 1
not already beyond the control of luediciu,
Sold by all DruggltU. ,
aJway. Core aad aorar dl.aa
aolaU. Tlia worU'a a;rat Faim
Halierar for Maa aaA Baaai.
Cbaap, falk aad rallabla.
ts not Narcotic. Children
grow fat upon, Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
Dowel, caret Wind Colic,
allays Fevertahnesa, and tle
WEI DE MEYER'! CA
TARRH Car, a CoaatltnUoaai
AatldaU for tala tarribla aaala
tj, hy Absorption. Tfca moit
laaportaat Dlaoorary alnoa Vaa
alaatloa. Other ramadlaa aiay
raUawa Catarrh, tUa onraa at
a ataga befera Coaaaatptloa
nEr.ER in j
Groceries a"ii Provisions,
Will keep on hand a general assortment
Grooerius, Provision, Curail Meats,
Toliacco, CU;art, Candies,
Candle, Koaia, Notion.
Green and IrieJ FniiU,
Wood and Willow Ware.
Business will b oondui'tnl on a
Which mean that
Low Prices are Established
Coodi dellTered wilhoot charge ti tnyri
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE VVANTLt
OF RHODE ISLAND, THE PRO-
DA RLE SUCCESSOR OF SENA
TOR EDMUNDS AS PRES..
DENT OF THE SENATE.
A SKETCh HIS LIFE.
Upon tlm accftwiion of VLn Proai-
duiit Arthur to the Pri'Mitoncy in St'p
tcinW, 1881, the Sonatfi at its noxt
Kt-hion t'loctt'il an it PrcHidnnt wo tern.
imre David Davis of Illinois, whom
tf rm of olhVo hh S"imtor expiri'tl nn the
3d of March, 1883. Just More the
expiration of his term Mr. Davis re
signed tlio PniRidenry of the Senate,
and Gforgo F, EiIiihiiuIh, Snimtor front
Verinont, was fleeted as his HUMfnaor,
Mr. Edmund' Soimtoriul term not ex
piring until 1887. This procedure
8 neocsKury in order thrtt the Presi
dency of tlm Senate should not le va
cant during thu interim lietwnen ths
Forty-seventh and Forty-night Con-
gret'H. Had Mr. Davis not rosigned,
the expirttion of his Senatorial term
would have left tlmuruntry without a
legtl Nuccebsor to President Aithur inl
ease tint latter had died In-for the Sen
ate of the Forty eight Congress had
elected a presiding ollicer pro km. Mr.
Edmunds therefore was practically
made Vice President of Mid United
States, and will remain tuoh until the
present Senate elects a successor.
It is now well known in oll'u'ial cir
cles thut Senator Edmunds does not
wish to continue in his present posit
ion as presiding oll'u'o of the Senate, it
lsMng his desire to accompany his fami
ly to the Bermudas for the. health of
his wife. The Republican majority
hava therefore indicate.! a disposition
to choose the subject of our illustration
as Mr. Edmunds successor, and this
event seemed only to await tha re
covery of Senator Anthony from his
late illness and his appearand) upon the
floor of the Senate.
sKNATOft Anthony's kkcord.
Henry R Anthony, of Providence,
Rhode Island, was born in Coventry,
that Bute, April 1st, 1815, of Quaker
ancsstry. He graduated at Rrown Uni
versity in 1833,and in 1838 hu assumed
tho editorial charge of tho Providence
Journal, which he retained until called
to a seat in thu United States Sen
ate. He was elected Governor of his
native State in 1849, was reelected in
1850, and thereafter declined to ac
cept the candidacy for another term.
He was elected to the United States
Senate as a Union Republican, to sue
ceed Philip Allen, Democrat, and took
his seat in 1859, his term expiring m
18G5. During this term he served as
chairman of the Committee on Print
ing. Mr. Anthony has returned as his
own successor each expering term ever
since, his preeent term ending March
3d, 1889. He was electee Prt si Jnt of
the Senate pro tern Mar;h J3d, 1869,
and was re-elected March 10th, 1871.
BnnakT Anthony was a member of
the National Committee, ppoint-d to
accompany the remains of President
Lincoln to Illinois, and was one f the
Senators designated by the Senate to
attend thi funeral of Oreral Scott, in
I860, and was also a delegate to the
Philadelphia Loyalist's Convention,
t 1 .1 1 .. !.. It., lu mi nf lit.
Iieiu in mm jrm. i m i .... l s. Urr nn
, i u . wastrviiigtouv t nf tie. to UIT7 "P
most popular metnlieig of tlie Senate, , , , H . . ...
, , , i, i tUuinT tne Oilier Oaji aaseu
and his elevation to thi Presidency a; "
third time is at Present stroii!f:T iiuli-
- a ww
OREGON AND WASHINGTON.
The gorernment has made 8pokan
Falls a Use of supply.
A rather serious catting affray
curred in Astoria on Sunday.
All the towns In Southern Oreftw
have passed tramp ordinances.
At Dayton, W. T., 2300 torn U
wheat are awaiting transportation.'
The Krown block, at Spokane fall;
W. T., narrowly escaped destruction f
fire last Tuesday. '' :
There are two women on the Skigit .
county grand jury; Mrs. Bradley 'and
Mrs. Anderson. So says th Seattle
The Dalle,' Oregon, will bar 5 ti '
refrigerator esublishrnent after all,' tJxr
money having boen subscribed for tbt
purchase of the land by tho paeplaj '
During November the progress mad
iu the Siskiyou tunnel was 384 feety
which is an averaije of over twslv feel
per day. If this rate ia kept up, tk
tunnel will be comploted by July next
Some idea . of tho rough country
through which the Central Pacific ex-'
tension must lie built may be gathered
from the information that it cost $750,-
000 to construct the first ten mile out
of ReddittL', . i '
Asks the Helena, Montana, "Inde
pendent: Is the city of Helena going
to adopt the new railroad tims-V-i
the question. At present we have to
many dill'urent kind of time, night
lime and a high old time generally.
The 0. .t C. R. R. Co, ha attached
a Pullman sleeping car to one of their
trains running k-tween Portland an4
Grant's Pass. If this enterprise pay
they will put thsui ou all paMngr
trains between those places. This wiP
be much of an improvement.
If. L Cutter has in his acWssIon
two magnifiuimit specimen of th gold
products of the Coeur d'Alen mine
that would turn the heads of bid prce
pectors, to say nothing of novices in
search of tho metal, say the Spokane
Full Review, One i a solid clunk
of irregular formation, that look a
though it had been turned into' watr
in th melted state, and thu suddenly
hardened into the peculiar ahap. It
Is valued at lietween $40 and $50. tha
other is a huge mass of iton and jjold,
th latter predominating. Oil one side
of th rock the gold is spread over' in a
thick mass, while portions of the tnetal
run entirely through the specimen.'. It
is worth $100,
III ttinltd i Cut fir Twi
A few days ago a man with a meek
and humble expression and wearing
Summer suit of clothes, applied to on
of the railroad passenger agent for a
dead head pass to Toledo.
"Why do you want to go to Toledo."
"To git nmrrisd,"
"And you haven't any money!"
"Not above twenty-five cants."
"Hadn't you better be worth your
fare to Toledo before you tske wife
"You don't understand th case,"
protested the man. "I'm going to mar
ry a widow worth at least $5,000, and
the first thing I shall do will U to re
mit you the j rice of th ticket, I'm
poor and the widow know it, bat site
marries me for love."-
He protested so long and earnestly
that he was iintlly passed over th
road. Two days elapsed and tae a
letf-r was received from him-, saying:
"Heaven blntayowfor yoar kind
ness! Reached here all right, and mar
ried the widow socordii.g to pro
gramme. It tarns out she isn't worth a
copper. In this emergency, may I tak
you to pass us both to Detroit, whew I
have hopes of striking a joM"
flow Be Harried DiDtti-
A petulant Hartwell huaU ho
iT'W which w will ty t- hiilimirliet
pure. .'A I- HA'.E
The Victoria, 15. C. Post ami Stan
dard have wrnin to verlal Uowa, and
we shall gel no more news from that
! quarter until. th "mist has chared
111- - X
-Ci-f.. """""""st-HV ' .
r. r -
"Did you ever see a so'
'Ye" ' -'.
'In the road."
-Well, Ml bety' T"'