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CST1BL1S0E0 FUR THE DISSElIJiiTlOJ OF DEMOCRATIC PRlUCIfLES, ASD TO EARN iX UttNEST LIVIXC BY THE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1884.
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1 I. L. CAMPBELL,
jPabltehvr an I Proprietor.
trrioj-oi ts Entu of Willamette
ItseetkstwsiB Siventh Q 1 Ettfbth Streets.
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mU . tb ld.na tin wm iri in men uiuu.u.
comb Lodoe, No. 15. A. O. IT. W.
Meets it Mannnie Hill the socmd and fourth
Fridays in each month.
J. M. Suus, M. W.
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t MMxnli H01, t fi't and t'ii'-l FrHy-of
eaehanoth. Bynrler, C.imtAsm:.
Orum or Cmsr.s Kitww. M-j the
rat aid third Saturday ev-n!n- at Monie
Hall. By order of .1. M. Si.oas. O C
;rri Inn N. 317. 1. O. O. T.
tsrr.t hy nl'V.H " TV1.V Iftll.
Lxi"i SrR B vt'i ow If m'k Meet a 0,
1. r ev-.rv J ml iv aft.-rtnon at 3:.
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B. BTHAB 4Nt ALBAKT. U BILYKf , Ei'dKNE.
KTRAIIA & IllLVlU!.
Attornsys and Counsellors at bw,
KUGSN'R CITY, OREUOX.
PRACTICE IX ALL THK COUTITS OF
this State. They Rive epeciul attention
aalleetion and probate matturn.
fflOB -Ow W. V. & Cj.' Enre. olfina
ceo- b- & C3. a. mm,
Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law,
WILL PRACTICE IX THE COURTS
of the Second Judicial District and in
the Supreme Court of tint Sute.
loe.ial attention given to collections and
aaattn ia nrobate
Ceo. S. Washburne,
ItUGKXE CITY,' - - - ORFIP.ON
Office formerly occupied by Thompion &
. Smb. jy8m3
GEO. M. MILLER,
Attorney and C:unsall3at-Lawf and
Real Estate Agent.
JEtJGHXE CITY, - - - OKEGOX.
OFFICE-TWO door, north of Post Olfi..-.
Dr. Win O3bornef
O.fos AJioiniig St- Charles Hotel,
. . OB AT THE
Ilf DSUl 8T0SC OF HAYES ani LOCIET.
J)R. J0SSPI P. GILL,
CAN BB FOUXD AT HIS OFFICE or ree
idenc. when not professionally eui'A0'ed. .
' POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Eeaidence on Eighth street, opposite rresby-
DR. E. G. CLARK,
Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College.)
XUGE.XE CITY, OliEu'iX.
OLD F1LLIXGS3 A SPECIALTY.
JT Artifiiini teth male id order. Teeth
extracted without pain. All work fully war
ranted. OlfL-e in brick buildiuj over the
j. s. mm,
ock$ Wi:i3s, C!rJns, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing IVomptlj ExecuUnl.
19Aliwrk Warranted. i&
' 1 'J.B. LUCKKY,
lllrrrth ft Cob Bri.:k Willirartte t .
I. E. HUM'S.
v EST A GENERAL EJ
isiiifi: loin in mil in
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
12 l- cts.
Good Dress Goods at 12c-
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in ever?
.yeiv and Nobby styles in
Liberal Discount for
New Departure ! !
pATUiiNIZE TIIE MK.- AVHOIIlXPT
.mini men inuw i uoiiiv. i aku nonce mat.
Will sell goods for CASH at greatly reduced prices, as low as any other CASH STORE.
Best Prints 10 and 18 yards 31 00
Best Brown and Bloached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
Clarks and Brooks spool oottnn 75 cts per Dob.
PUin and Milled Flrnnels, 25, 35: 4."i and 50
Fino White Shirt, 75 cts and $1.
And a!l Other Coods
Also the Celebrated
WHIT HI SE AT 1STG MACHInE !
None bstter for sTenyth, sine, and durability), At greatly reduced rates.
6iT To my old Cuetotnes, who have stood oy me so 1 n r, I will continue ti sell on same
Mnns as heretofore on tima, but if a any time they wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
all am, as others, the full credit on my reduction A. V. PETERS
Goods sold as low as any House
in Oregon, for
Cash Or Credit
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and se e
S. H. Friendly.
W ' V I ,
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. Northwee corn it of Willamette
and EL'hth strata.
flE'vV eaocEd? STORE
(One d. r south of Post Office )
OUR g'lods are all new ant fmdi Bad of
first Quality. All goods usually found in
linil-i'lv.llrrN'.rv ktjtre Ifedt nn hand 'I'w
Ihacc and ( IliAKS (peci.ilty. W't buy
i fia- Caah and nil fnr the same, idvlag the cu
! lomer the advantage of Camh Pbi. k.
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors. ,
The finest stock of French
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and SHOES
;n all grades.
of all descriptions.
.l:UILDYOUR milDGES, ROADS AND
Fine Clioviot Shirt. 59, 75 cts and 31.
New Assortment Dress Goods (No Trash) J5,
20 and 25 cts.
Mens' Underwear. Shirts an 1 Drawers, 50 ot
Mens' Overshirta, 75 cts. and 31.
Mens' Overalls, 50, 05, 75 eta and 8L
Embroideries and Eduins at Fabulous Low
at Prooortionate Rates.
A. 0. HOTET, U. C. HUMPH RET, W. T. FEET,
Notary. Attorney. Caahier.
LANE COUNTY BANK.
IIOVEY, HUMPHREY & CO
EUOENBIOITY, - OB.
Deposit reoeived subject to check. ,
lon. made on approved securities.
Sin'ht Drafts drawn on
PORTLAND, KAN FRAN-7LSCO AND
Exchange drawn on the'-principal Cities of
Collections nade on all points and a general
Banking business transacted on avorahle
terms. nil tf.
DR. W. C SEHLBREDE,
ffa Irll IFF! fl
il. l l l b J
19 NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
in Cottaee Grove. He performs all opera
tions in mechanical anil surgical deutistry. All
Work warranted and satisfaction ruarantecd.
No othareomplaluU are so Insidious In thetf
attack a Owe. affecting the throat and lanffai
Bone so trifled with by Uie majority of suflet
ers. Tba ordinary cough or cold, resulting
perhaps from a trifling or nueonsclons ea
nosara. I. often hut th. beslnnlnv at a fatal
r , sickness. ' Atkr'b Chkrrt Pcctobai. bae
well proven lis efficacy In a forty years' flght
with throat and lung diseases, and should be
takeu in all cases without delay.
' ' A Terrible Cough Cared,
"In 1857 1 took a severe cold, which nfTteteo!
my lungs. 1 liad a terrible cough, and paused
Dlghl alter night without sleep, 'i'lie doctors
t live me up. I tried Avkh'b Ciikiinv I'm
TUBAL, which relieved my lungs, Induced
sleep, and alTonled me the ttn nectMery
for the recovery of my strength, lly the
continued use ft t' a Pfitorai. a nn
neut eura was etfuclvl. I am now ft years
old, hale and hearty, and am satisllod jour
CllKUBY 1'KCTORAI. snved me.
Horack Fa i h nnoTVKR."
Rockingham, W, July IS, lbM.
Croup. A Mother's Tribute.
"While In the country lest winter my little
boy, three yearsold, was taken ill Willi croup;
It seemed as if he would tile from strangu
lation. One of the family suggested the use
Of AVKK'H ClIKIIHV i'KCTOItA!.. a botlle of
which was always kept In the house. This
was tried In small ami frequent doses, slid
to our delight in leu limn half nn hour the
little patient whs breathing enily. The doc
tor said that the I'HHiiiv l'mtiRAi. had
saved my darling's life. Can you nomler at
our gratitude '.' Sincerely yours,
Mhh. Kmma (Ikpxkv."
153 West 12SIU St., hew York, May 16, Mi.
"I have used AVFIl'S CllKnRV PkctobaL
In my family for several years, ami ilo not
hesitate to pronounce it the innxt rlfectusl
remedy for coughs ami colds ue have ever
tried. A. .1. HAM."
ljko Crystal, Minn., March 13, lre3.
I suffered forcljht years from Uronchltls,
and alter trying iniiiiv rrnieiiles with no suc
cess, I was cured by the line of Avkm's CilKR
KV 1'K.rTllHAI.. llMFPII WALUKK."
llyhalia, .Miss., April ft, n2.
" I caiiiint sny enough In praise of Avmi's
ClIKIIIlY I'MToliAI., Iiellrviug as I llo that
hut for Ha use I should long l nee have tiled
from lung trouliles K. ItltAotio.N,"
l'alestiue, Texas, April 22, IM2.
N'q case of an nffoetlnn if the throat or
lungs exists winch cannot be greatly relieved
by the uso of Avrn'a Ciikmiv Pfithral,
and it will alirayi run when the disease IB
not already beyond the control of medicine.
Dr. J.C.AyeriCo., Lowell, Man.
Sold by all PrugglsU.
Alwaya Caros and neyer dUap
points. The vorld'a Croat Paia"
Kediever for Maa and Btst
Cheap, qnlok and rellablo.
& not Narcotic. Children
grow fat upon, Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
,jCASTOKIA. It regulates tho
Bowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fevcrishness. and de
WEI SE METER'S CA
TARRH Cure, a Oonstitntional
Antidote) for this terrible anala
slj'. if AosorpUon. Tb most
Important Ciaooreir nlno Va"
liaatleau Other remediea may
roller Catarrh, tVJa cares at
jay ataa;e hefora Coaaomptloa
DIALEB 15 i
Will keep on band a general assortment
Groceries, Proviious, Cured Meats, ,
. Tobacco, Cigars, Candies,
Candies, rkiaiia, Notions,
Green and Dried Fruits,
Wood and Willow Ware.
Crocker, Etc .
Business will be conducted on a
Wlich means that ' '
Low Prices are Established
Goodk deliwed without charge to Eojrti
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
l'Vir which we will pay the hig imtmarktti
'price. JA. TV. I'.UJK
HON. WllllAM D. KELLEY,
THE 'OLDEST MEMBElt OF CON
CRESS, IN AOE AND
A BRIEF SKETCH OF HIS CAREER.
In our lust week's issue we gave s
portrait of the youngest nieiulier of
CongroKB, and m a aequol, we give this
wetk Ail excellent likened of the old
est tnt'mlMir of the House, the Hon.
Wm. D. K.illey, of Philadelphia.
Mr. Kelley wuh horn at Philadel
phia, April 12th, 1814, and is therefore
nearly seventy years of ogi He re
cfivfd a very thorough English educa
tion and lu-gnn life as a proof reader in
a printing office, in his native city.
After a few years Rervicn in this capaci
ty he, lietatnn an apprentice in a jewelry
t'Ktalilishnient, Having learned the
trade he removed to lloston where he
worked live years an a journey man
jeweller; ho then returned to Philadel
phia ami hegan the study of law and
in the course of time entered tho pro
tension, also devoting himself to various
Mr. Kelley was twice elected Prose
cuting Attorney of tho city and county
of Philadelphia, and servid for ten
years asJudeof the Court of Com
mon Pleas of that city; was a delegate
to the, National Republican Convention
at Chicago in 1SGQ, and one of Lin
coln's heartiest supporters. H hecame
the Repuliea.n caudidulu for the Thirty
seventh Congress and wai elected, and
has heen returned consecutively every
term since his first election, hy an
average majority of ten thousand over
his Democratic opponent.
Mr. Kelley has heen and is still a
conspicuous tigurn in our National Leg
islature, his utterances commanding a
prestige consistent with his long ser
vice and varied experience in public
life. His greatest amhition is to con
tinue during lift) in his present position
as Representative from Philadelphia,
and his constituency will no doubt ac
cord him the honor.
Cliff IIouM iHimofici.
The Cliff. House is' for rent. The
glories of the old hostelry are on the
wane. How many a good bottle of
wine has been exploded under that
historic roof, and how often has the
frou frou of rich dresses been heard in
those old parlors, and how .uany a
headache, ay, and a heartache, too, has
heen carried away from that inn by the
sea. It was fun to roll out there on
moonlight nights with some one who
would dnve now and then, just to
keep her hands warm, and sometimes,
we fear, with the sly intention of keep
ing her partner's hand disehgagd. It
was sport, but of an expensive kind;
but looking back on those old days
Rome philosopher might be inclined to
confess that after all, the fun was well
worth the money. -8. F. Ex.
; Woman Suffrage in Utah is the most
serious featurv of the Mormon question
that Congress has to deal with, lilaino's
bill disfranchising tint Mormon men
for having a plurality of wives, but it
does not apply to the women who have
but a fraction of a husband. The Mor
mon women stand by the chuich party
and vote for it ".o a man," and by
their power polygamy triumps in the
Chicago Herald: . "A Cincinnati
tinu nail for years kept in a drawer all
the counterfeit money received in the
course of business, and tho other night
a burglar got in and took every cent
It is supposed the burglar will write
an indignant communication to t!ie
press upon the subject as 30on as he
, . ., . , ,,
liut sufficiently tu hindle a r-'U
General Collon'i Widow.
The suit of tho widow of General
Colton, one of the originators of the
Central Pacific railroad project, has at
tracted much attention in California, .
not alone because of the heavy pecuni
ary interest involved, but as well on
account of the singular attitude as
sumed by the railroad triumvirate.
General Colton, during his lifetime,
wo acting to all appearances in strict
harmony with Stanford, Crocker and
Huntington. He was generally re
puted to bo possessed of immense
wealth, but when he died his former
partners endeavored to make appear
that ha was very much - indebted to
them. Mrs. Col ton's advisers coun
selled to dispute the claims. Upon
this the triumvirate publicly charged
that large Bums of money were made
away with during his connection with
them. This charge very much angored
Mrs. Colton's friends, who know that
the money had Wen expended by Col
ton in secretly reimbursing members of
the legislature, and in other underhand
subsidy work. An exan ination of Col
ton's papers gave an unmistakable
clew to the expenditure of nearly tCOO,
000 by Huntington during tho Winter
when the Thurman sinking fund bill
wa finally passed by Congress. This
vast amount is simply charged on the
books of the Western Development
Company without any explanation
whatever.' It is said that Mrs, Col
ton's attorneys hove documentary evi
dence to prove that this money was
used to Iribe Senators and Congress
men. They prof whs to be able to show
that the company authorized Hunting-.
ton to make expenditures with ac
counting, and that General Colton was
similarly, rm powered.
According to the statistician of the'
National Butter, Cheese and Egg Asso
ciation, whose annual meeting was held ,
at Cincinnati , recently, the value of
those products marMed Id '.he United
Suite's (luring 1883 is more" than $10
for every man, woman and child in the
population, not including the 100,
000,000 worth of milk and cream sold
in a natural state. The eggs received
in New York annually are worth near
ly as much as the butter and three
times as much as tho poultry. We ex
port eggs, but we import largo quanti
ties from Denmark, Germany and
France, and tho egg is an altogether
larger institution than most intelligent
people are aware.
A great deal is said about the num
ber and influence of tho "Confederate
Brigadiers" in Congress, but wa notice
that two of them, Mahone and Riddle
larger, control tho Republican majori
ty in the U. S. Sonata ' It is also a
noteworthy fact that at the instance of
Generals Rosecrans and Slocum, both
prominent Union officers, it was unani
mously resolved in a caucus of the
Democratic Congressmen to retain the
fourteen crippled and disabled Union
soldiers lorne on the soldiers' roll
under the door-keeper of the House of
Representatives. The Republican pi
pers of the bloody-shirt ttipi have not ;
called attention to this fact an yet
Two car-loads of immigrants dally
come over the Northern Pacific rail-' "
road, and the greater portion of them
are settling in Eastern Oregon and
Washington Territory. It is thought
the advent of Spring will greatly in
The Walla Walla Statesman says:
Late letters from the mines report that
all work is suspended and that there is
eight feet of snow in camp and more
falling. Every day adds to the popu
lation of the camp, as the trail is still
'I am going to plant my foot down,"
said the ludy of the house) in wrathful
tones. "What yer going to raiw,
corns" interrogated the man of the
house from behind his paper. ,
St. Ht lens, the county seat of Co
lumbia county, has a population of 3()0
peple, ' good schools, lodges, ch n reheat
and other jiuUio buildings. ''
The Queen of the Puoitie made the
run frou San Francisco to Vi jtoria i.i
' the extraordinary fast time of fiffy two
J ours a:i 1 forty-two ntinut-.