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ESTiBLISDED FUR THE DISSEMINATION OF DEMrUTIC PRIJICIPLES, AID TO EARN AS PNEST LIVING BT MB SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1884.
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.8St(Sae City 5u,ifl
.'.i'i I. L. CAMPBELL, .
Publisher an I Proprietor.
9T9.d') is KntU of WltUmotu
tlkMstbitwjea Seventh tad Eighth StxntU.
TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION'.
Hit M mttii
RA.TRS1 OP ADVKUTW1NQ.
AdT.rtI.entslBsertod a follows:
Oa. uunri, 10 liu r U, nn. lusvrtioa S3;
,. brutal Insertion 11. Cash required In
H rata M. i ' '
, Timt lvertiers will be charged at the fob
Oa. siiaare three months 9
iii months o 00
Ysaaii.nt notices in lowl column, 20 ceuts per
Be for eaoh imurtion.
Advertisinj bill will be rendered quarterly.
AH job work mait he pad pos hbuvkry.
W M-WP . Ill.l.ii- l
Caine Lodb No II. A. P. and A. M
Vests Brrt and third Weluedye in earli
Brr.m-it Bnnn Towns No. 0 T. O
tO. P. Meetsevery Tneslay tven,init.
VimOUiM F.NRtMPMKMT No. 6,
.vests .a the M.B11 4th Wednewlays IB each nooiii.
uuixk Luins, . IS. A. O. IT. W.
Mmm at M vuinic Hull tlio second and fourth
Fridays In each innnth.
J. M. SloAX. M. W.
KitPlTtticK Port, N. 43. G. A. II. - Meets
t Mionii HaII. the firit and third trebly f
aektmnth. By order, Comsundeu.
ilROI OF IWOSK!! JBimin.-.uw m
ret ad third Saturday tveninw at Ma'iiic
Hall By order of .1. M. Si.oax, G C.
jri or Chosm FRiKns.-.MeeU tne
Burr Liim No. 3ii7, I. O. G. T. , Meets
very 3ii i.-.l.iy nia'.it in 'J 1 1 FelbW Wall.
. E. O. PoTtKR, W. C. T.
Lkvoixi Star Baxd or Hops -Meets at the
!. P. Church every S.in1 y afternoon at 3::W.
J. B. HjHtin. Supt.: Mis Hertha C'ooV, At't
bit.tt OSm. Hill, Sia'y. Mis Huttw Smith,
Gfcaelaia. Victors m.Uo Wilcom.
B. STAltA!f, ALBASt, U All.YEU, SCUENE.
STltAllAN & IIILYKU.,
Attorney, and Counaeilori at Law,
K'UGKXK Cll'V, OKHGON.
PRACril'K IX ALL THB OnKTrf OK
Oim dute. They uive ieriul aUui.tiuii
a oollj;ti'u and iro!.iU m.ittjrii.
CE3- 3 a 3:3. A. 3R?i3,
Attorneys mi l - C nmsdlors-
"WILL PRvenciS ix run OUUTS
T f f tin SeiM.id ) udi.:i'il IKitrict and in
Ve 8iipr.ini i Ourt of t:m Si ite.
8fajil attJiitinii ji. j.i l ' uallections and
MiaUere in nri.lutj
CeD. S. VYashb jrne,
. KUviEHE CITY, - - - OREGON
ttfllee formerly oojupied by Thompson k
GEO. M. MILLER,
Heal Estate Agent.
KUGBXE CITY, , - - - OK EGO V.
OFFICE-Two dooris nxrth of Poit O.H'.n.
J. E. FENTON,
UGBXE CITY - - OREGON.
Bpteial attention given to Re.il Estate Prac
tW aad Abitracts of Title.
" OmW Over Grange Store.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
0.1i!sAJj)5.iiisSt- Charles Hotel,
- OB At TUB
fjf D17 9rJ13 OF HiTE3and LDCKEY.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or ree
idenee when not profeuiouaUy eued.
Offic at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
' Residence on Eighth atreet, opiweit. Preeby
- DR. E. Gr.CLAIllC,
Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College.)
KUGEXE CITY, - - OKEGuN.
GOLD FILLINGS A SPECIALTY.
Artificial ttb mde W order. Teeth
aitracted without luin. AU work fully war
ranted. O.fud in brick blildin over th.
J. S. LUCXEY,
o:ks, W C uins, Jewelry, Etc
l'ii lirill I'rotnptly Lxecuteil. jfjn.i cUatirK-rrv Store, kept on hand. To
. tSTAH Work Warranted. I and CI US a .pecUlty. V. buy
, . . r t, Tr.,c-r.v f-ir Cash and sell for the same, zivin:j th. cu-
J . o. L,lj l rw M , , tf mtT tb jjr4ntag. of CiH Pmrrm
EiliTurtb Ci BHcV Willj?tte street, i eiWIFl' k CO.
I E. DOTS,
53T A GENERAL
A large assortment of La
dies ruul Childrcns Hose at
1 1-2 cts.
Good Dress Goo Is at IChc-
Best Corset in town for 50c
An-immense stoclc of Neiv
and Seasonable (roods.
Fine Cashmere in evert
Xew and Nobby styles in
CLO J II IN G.
Liberal Discount for
JL i V v JiLy u JJ'
JJATJWNIZH THE 1IKN WHO IIKLP T
K. tiCllOOl. llUUblS, whose interest ar
jeud their piotiU ut home. Take notice that.
Will aell ;rl for CAdll at greatly reduced prices, as low at any ether CASH STOKE.
Best Printi 16 and lSy.w.1 81 03
Best Brown and Bljached .Muslins, 7, 8, 'J, and
Clark an I Bro'ik spool cotton 7" cts tier Doz.
I'bin nnd Mille t Flrnnels, 23, 33: 43 and W
Watar Proo , ceute
1'ino White Siiirts, 73 cts and tl.
And all other Coeds
Also tho (''Ijliraierf "
WHITK SE V SCr 3tJC AOHNE ! '
Xone h.tt -r for s'tjii t!i, s'ue, and durability), At greatly reduced rates.
,iTToniy oi l CdstojiP's, who have stood by me so I inir, I will continue ti sell on same
troi n ker.-tofora on tim-i, hut if at any time they wish to make CASH purchase., I will pive
id. am. a itlmrs. the full rredit nn my redimtiim A. V. PETERS
GASH 01 CillTS
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. II. Friendly.
J Wulc'ir. and
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, anil Jewelry repaired and
warranteiL Northwea. corner of Willamette
and Eighth streets.
KW vmm STORE
(One iloir south of Post Office
' oursoo.u .r. .n new mt frh ni of
1 .11 I. II.. I I- -
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.
i. i tsi a. v
3 J '
liUlLJ) YOL'R BRIDGES, 110 ADS AND
your inUmuts ! A re permanently located ftnrt
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 5), 75 vts and 91.
New Assortment Dress Goods (No Trash) 15,
'JO and 23 cts.
MeuV llu brwe ir. Siiirt an I Drawers, 50 ct
Mens' Overshirts, 75 cts. and $1,
Mens' Overalls, 50, 65, 75 cts and 81.
Em! imi. lories and Edwins at Fabuluiti Low
at Proportionate Rates.
A. O. ROrRT, V. C HUMPH RET, W. T. PIET,
Notary. Attorr.ey, Cashier.
LANE COUNTY BANK
HOVEY, HUMPHREY & CO
EUOENB OIT"rf - OR.
Deposits received subject to check.
Ians made on approved securities.
Sidit Draft, drawn on
PORTLAND, AV FR KNCI3CO AND
Exchange drtwn on th. principal Citiesrfl
K..mr. . .i
C nllec-tmn. made on all points ami a penerji j
ftinkinili tnwiiie. -TtriniacUd ew avnraldei
III li I t
DR. W. C- SEHLBREDE.
J 3 N(
3 NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
CnlUire Grove. He wrfornn all iira
n niK-limiical and eiiruical delitintrv. AU
work warranted and tatiafaction guaranteed.
A fflABV'ELQUS STORY
TOLD IN 1W0 LETTERS.
' FROM THE SON :
" UeHlltnten: .My father resides at Mover,
Vt II. has been a great sufferer from Scrof
ula, and the Uicloteil lettvr HI tell you what
a marvelous elloct
has had In bis ease. I think hit blood mttst
hav. contained the lumor for at lesst ten
years j but it did not show, except In tho form
of a scrofulous sore on the wrist, until about
fire years ago. From a fow f pots which ap
peared at that time, It gradually spread so si
to cover his entire body. I asure you he wsi
terribly atHlcted. and an object of pity, when
he began using your medicine. Now, thcro are)
few men of his see who enjoy as good health
as he has. I could easily name tiiiy person
who would testify to the facts in his case.
Yours truly, W. XL PrilLUM."
FROM THE FATHER: 15
a duty for me to stale to you the beueflt I
have derived from the use of .
Eis months ago 1 was completely covered will!
a terrible humor and scrofulous sores. Tl'.i
humor caused an Incessnnt and IntolumuU
lulling, and tho sklu cracked so as to causa
the blood to flow In many places whenever
I moved. My sufferings were great, and my
life a burden. 1 commenced the uso of the
Sarsaparilla tn April last, and have uod
It regularly since that time. My condition
began to Improve at onco. The sore, havo
all healed, and 1 feel perfectly well In every
msMHit being now able to do a good day'
work, although T3 years of age. Many inquire
what has wrought such a cure tn my caso, and
I tell them, as I havo hero tried to toll you,
Aver's Sausapakilla. Glover, Vt., Oct.
1, 1S32. Yours gratefully,
AVER'S SAUStPAiut.LA curoa Scrofula
Bncl all Scrofulous Compltilnts, Rrvsll
el.is, Ecaeinu, lOlnjworin, lilolthrs,
Korea, Dolls, Tumors, ami Krnpt! jus of
th. 8kln. It uleurs tiie blond rf all Impu
rities, aids digestion, stiiiiuluuo tin- nrllm f
(lie bowels, and thus restores vl.u.ily i.kJ
strengthens tho whoio system.
rnrrAitrn nv ' "
Sold by ail Driisisi SI, six bottles for SS.
ilirays Cnroi and Hover dlsan
point., 'i'lio vrotlZ'u croat Pain
ileUeVer for Haa and Beaatr
Cheap i quloU and reliable.
Is not Narcotic. Children
grow fat upon, Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
CASTORIA. It regulates tho
Bowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fcvcrlohness, and de
WEI DE MEYETt'S CA
TARRH Core, a Constitutional
Antidote for this terrible mala
tj, j Absorption. The mo.4
Important ElsooTerj sinoe Vao
. sination. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh, tlJ. enrek at
jnr stage before Consumption
DtALsa i if
Crocerls ni Provisiaru,
Will keep on hand .general assortment
firoceries, Provisions Cured Meat.,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies.
Candle., SoaiWj Notions,
tireen and Dried 1 niita,
Wood and Willow Ware.
Business will be conducted on a
Which means that
Low Prices are Established
Goods deli wtd without har?e to Buyer
nr. unr unsiT-rn
ML KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
"r which wf II pay the hii;htinark it ,
SENATOR DWIGHT M. SABIN,
OFFICIAL HEAD OF REPUBLI
CAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE,
And a Talked of Candidate for the
D wight May Sat came ii.to this
world April 26, 1843. at Manlius, La
Halle county, Illinois and not in Con
necticut as inatijr pnpers ha Rtutwl.
His failn r wus a farmef on a large
Huale in Illinois when Dwight was
liorn, and tho Hon grow up on the farm,
a hard worker during the crop seasons
and a close student at tho country
school during the Winter months. Ho
was not Ratistied with tho range of
studies taught, and duvoted his eve
nings at homo to the mastery of the
higher branches of mathematics and
civil engineering. After his father's
death tho son located in Stillwater,
Minnesota, in 1867, ho then being
about 25 years of oge. He began
dealing in lumber on a limited icale
and capital, but so successful was the
venture that his business gradually in
creased and grew to largo proportions,
ho that at the present time, after fif
teen years, he is doing a business of
over 10,000,000 annually. Besides
being tho owner of a largo number of
mills in the pineries, he is the heaviest
stockholder in the Northwestern Car
Company of his Stale, and enjoys an
annual income from tho profits of his
various enterprises of nearly $2,500,
000. Mr. Snhin in early life became iden
tilied with politics in Minnesota, and
was elected a representative three
terms in tho State Legislature, and two
terms to tho Statn Senate,
He lias been for sever.il years a mem
ber of the Republican National Com
mittee for Minii'-sota, and was a dele
gate to the Republican National Con
vention of 187 J, 1876, and 1880 re
spectively. Whs elected Cliairmin of
the Republican National Committee
Dec. 12, 1883, by a unanimous vote,
and since that honor lias been con
ferred, Mr. Snbin's availability s a
candidate for the Presidency atthe Con
vention in Chicago next June is being
advocated by a larg nuinlier of papers.
Mr. Sabin was elected to the United
Stuto.4 Senate to succeed William Win
dom, and took his seat March 3, 1883,
his term expiring March 4, 1889. He
. .... ... . -
is a little over years or age, ana re
puted to be worth $10,000,000.
1 Bohemian Resurrection.
A terrible story is reported from Ma-
clieno, in Dohemio. A man apparently
dead had just boon lowered into the
grave, when suddenly the lid of the
colli a began to move and the Buppoted
corpse, wrapped in its linen shroud,
sat up. The unhappy man had not,
meantime, beeit in an insensible con
dition He had I -eon conscious through
out his illness of all that had taken
place around hi m II know, that is
to say, that he was looked upon as
dead, and possibly enjoyed thedoubtfui
advantage of hearing what his fi tends
hud to say aiout him. The grief of
soini-, the inditlerence of others, if he
was aware of it, nrust have added much
to his Hutrerings. The mourners, we
are told, were "horrified" when they
found that the mair about whose grave
they stood had lieen only in a trance,
seemingly in some seen amcsthetic state
as that produced by curart, which,
without destroying sensibility prevents
the expression of sulfering. More
frightful torture can scaictly lie im
agined. St. James Gazette.
The weather has moderated in tlr
Coeur d'Alene mountains, and hun
dr ds of mcii r. "oin to tlv mine:-.-
OREGON AND WASHINGTON
Southport, Oregon, Is being ' rapidly
Sixty ryes looked upon Elfus, U be
entered the gates of
Fifty women voted at the municipal
election at Victoria, on the 17th.
No more work on the Palhiise brahok
of thn N. P. railway this Winter. li
stops short of Moscow, 14 miles.
A passenger and a wild train on the
O. t C. road mihsed a collision by just .
14 feet 9 inches on Tuesday.
About Dayton, the railway company
has selected land which is rated at
above $8 per acre, some of it as high
A citizen of Walla Walla', saVs th
Journal, has a setter dog which; tides
about town perched on the back , of i
lorse going at full speed.
One of Albany's citizens hits received
a letter Rtating that five ship loads of
railroad iron and 1,000 Chlnhlben art
expected to arrive at any time at
Yaquira Hay. ., . i
" i. 0. II. W.
No Wnevolent or beneficial .socioty
ever had any more rapid or permanent
growth, than the Ancient Order of
United Workmen, and no society ever
deserved more the consideration and
confidence of those who desire to bo
long to a fraternal society, on account
of its cheap, mutual insurance to lit
members. 1 :
The order is paying out from 1 60,
000 to (180,000 each month oft death
assessments. In this jurisdiction, Or
gon, Washington Territory and British
Columbia, there are ninety-one lodge,
with a membership of 3,747. Ther
have been 72 deaths in the jurisdiction
since its formation and the amount of
average annual assessment on a $2,000
policy is $14 25, making the insurant
cost but little over $7 per year on each
thousand of insurance. It has the btf
nevoleut features of other societies ia
addition to its lienoficiary feature
Oiu Winter. The "oldest inhab.
itant," who keeps his "weather eye"
always on tho alert for storms hasjbeen ,
completely nonplussed by our present
Winter." And when we come to think
of the matter, it is true. That vetf
not ic table climatic changes hffve lieert
going on for the past few years is a fact
apparent to all, but that such, radical
changes should have occuired i excit"
ing considerable comment. It ii a well
established fact that the felling of large
bodies of timber affects tho water sup
ply, liut it hi too well demonstrated
that railroads and telegraph lines afl'ect
tho climate of a placft It would Merit
from the changes notfieahle in Oregoti
since the building of so many railroaJl
that they must produce these 'change ,
by modifying the natural electrical cur
rents and thus changing the isothermal
lines which have hitherto marked tht
temperature in this locality.
Senator Dolph wants an approprlsV
tion of $500,000 for a new custoai
house at Portland. Of course there Is
already a large and commodious build-.
ing there, amply suttioicnt for all th
business that would be done ever if
the population of Portland were tew
times what it is but Dotph wm am
there to stand in with the railroad and
liootn Portland, ami ho is perlof .iting
his duty as ho understands it H
is "! Senntor from Oregon' that is,-'
the Senator for Portland. East Or.,
Rev. J. S. McCain, who ' bought th
Dallas. Ileniizer aout a year ago,- bar
sold that paper to Mr. Frank "Raesett
lately from the East, and V. P. Fiske,
of Salem. We naturally. Htrppose that
brother McCain waj making much
.iioney out r.f the Itemizer that he wa
afraid it would spoil hint for the ser
vice of the Lord, and eoncludt! to sol
out and get out of temptation. Hill'
. it i i
A Wyoming jury, comtosed of Kvn
men and five wonieui were shut up .for
two days and two nights, and yet they
could n t aree. It is said that if they
had remained out for seventeen year
there would havn been n verdict,
the rivM women tlkd the seTe
de.if t'.i.' lint i.ix fvoort '