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ESTABLISHED FUR THE DISSE.UIUT10N OP DEMCMTIC PRINCIPLES, AND TO EARN AN DONESTLITING BY THE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1884.
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I. L. CAMPBELL,
Publisher an I Proprietor.
BFPtCS-'Ji H BntIU of Willamette
8tw.tbatw.ea Seventh and Ei.'hth Street.
TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION'.
It re. Month. .
RA.TK3 OF ADVrcHTIjllNO.
Advertisements Inserted as follows:
One eiuare. 10 line or Ie, one insertion f J;
a subjeh.uant Insertion U Cash required in
a" ertiser will ba ckared at the fol-
Oaau,iar three month
" " six mnth. 00
" one year 12 00
Transient notice in local column, 20 cetiU per
He lor eaen inssruuo.
Advertising bill will be rendered quarterly.
All ib work must be ?w kos us imuvERV.
--Xp.il i ii. hi. i i J -U
0 . 1 nmm . II A F. uM A. M
VmU Int anil thirl W.lnedays in each
H....n Rmi Tjmhiu Ho. A T. O.
iO. It. Meets .ver'ruosUy evening.
F nr.-..,.. . H!an.uvKT Kn 8.
...sU on tee laaoa sin weanesaays in men iuuui.ii.
Iuuinr Loo, No. 15. A. O. U. W.
Umu at Masonic Hall the lecoud and fourth
Fridays in each month.
J. M. Sloax, M. W.
KfLPATaicK Post, No. 40. G. A. It-Meet
t Masonie Hill, the fir.it and third Frid.iy f
ach month. By order, Comiiasiikk.
Asder or Chosrx Frieniis. Meet the
rt and third Saturday evening at Masonic
HalL By order of J. M. Sloas, (J C.
Botti Looai No. 337. I. O. G. T. Meet
very Saturday night in 0 1 1 Fellows' Hall.
. E. O. Potter, V. C. T.
Liaoiss SrAtt Band or ITopr -Mict at the
. T. Church evtfry Sun I ly afternoon at 3:'.)0.
J. 8. Hvntun. flupt.: Bertha Coo'c, As't
Salt; Cliu. Hill, Sjc'y, Mi Hatti Smith,
Ckaelaia. Visitor! miU welcome.
'Tmr. n.p.-w.. i
ft. STSAHAX, AUA.NI. U BlLYEl.', El'OKNE.
STRAIl.Vt & iilLYKU,
Attorneys and Counsellori at Law,
KUGEXK CITV, OKliUOX.
PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OK
thii State. They pivo special attention
o collections an I probate matters.
0rrai--Orar W. K. & C.' impress office
GEO- B&CE1 A. DttliS,
Attorneys and Counsellors'
TiriXL PRACTICE IN THE C3UKTS
YY of the .Sui'ond Juilioial District aud iu
ke Supreme Court of this Sute.
Special attention yii tu to collections aud
matter, in probate
Ceo. S. Vashburne,
UUiEXE CITY, - - - OREiiON
Oflice formerly oc;upljd by Thompson k
GEO. M. MILLER,
Ittoriuy aal C:aa33ll3ai-Lav7, and
Real Estate Agent.
UGBNECITV, - - - OliEUO.V.
. OFFICE Two door nrth of l'.ut 0:K.a.
J. E. FEXTOX,
KUGBXaCITV - OltEiJJ.V.
Bpeelalattenti m (iren to lUA EsUte 1W
tie and Abstract oi Title.
Off IOC Over Grange Store.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
OA: AJjai.ii.ii 3t Charles Hotel,
- OR AT THS
IE 017) 8r31i OP HAr233l LaCKI.
DR. JOSSPit P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or re.
ideno when not protesjiuuiilly en ga3'eu.
ntffice at the .
POST OFFICE DRUG STOKE.
Keeidence en Eighth street, opposite Preaby-
DR. E. G.CL UiK,
tSraduate of the Philadelphia DenUl College.)
XUUENE CITV, OKEGuN.
GOLD FILLINGS A SPECIALTY.
ArtiBcial teeth male to order. Teeth
attracted without uain. All work fully war
ranted. Otfioe in brick building over the
J. S. LUCKEY,
ds, Wacnss, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
CO-AII Wark Warranted. j&
XUawurth Co' Bfiok WUlara.tU itreet.
i b. Diners.
illili ' 101(1
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
12 1-4 ds
Good Dress Goods at 12c-
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in ever?
New and Nobby styles in
Liberal Discount for
New Departure ! !
pATUONIZH THE MEN WHO HELP T
spoud tlieii- prunt at home. 1'ake notice that.
-L ov jiim.il. auudlio, M none inu.re-.U- art,
Will sell good for CASH at irreatly reduced
Uest Prints lb and 18 yards 81 00
Best Brown and BL'ached MiikHus, 7, 8, 'J, aud
Clark and Brooks spool cotton 75 cts per Doz.
Plain aud Milled Flrnnels, 25, 3.": 4"i and 50
Watar Proo , cent
Fino White Shirts, 75 cts and $1.
And all Other Coeds at Proportionate Rates.
Vlso the ' !
VTIIT1: SK V ISTG MACHINE !
Noi" better for s'ren ,'t!i. Mire, and durnldlity), At ifrently reduced rates.
.SsjyTomy oil Cmto'iic-s. who have stood by me so I ins, I ill continue ti sell on same
tTins as heretofore on tims, but if at any time they wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
All n ii. as others, the full credit on u:y reduction A. V. PETE 118
Goods sold as low as any House
in Oregon, for
Cash Or Ci edit
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and See
4 ft a i.- tr.f
ChrjfrJ IV j Watchrt and '
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watche, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. N'irthwe corn-r of Willamette
and Eighth street.
aJ-. Win i-wl 1 r J Ci
HV7 liROCEd f TORE
(One door outh of Post Office )
OUR good are all new ant fresh and of
first quality. All Rood, n.oally found in a
6rst-clan (irwry Ktre, ket on hand 'I'o
kuns snd CI(J.K.S a ecialty. W buy
I for Cash and sell for the atne, inving the cu-
i tomer the advantai;e of Cash I'rii fs.
OF ID Ml!
1 immi.i Silks and Sat-
i?is in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
The finest stock of French
ever brought to this place-
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descriptions.
liTJILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
Vour intMrat.a I Am twniium.Ti l.imtoii nnrl
prices, a low as any ether CASH STORE.
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 5), To ets aud SI.
Now Assortment Dress GooJ (No Trash) 15,
20 and 25 cts.
Men' 'J. 1 tr ve ir. S:iirt an I Drawers, 50 ct
Mens' Overehirts, 75 cts. and $1.
Mens' Overalls, 50, 65, 75 cts ntul SI.
Embroideries and Edwins at Fahulou Low
a. a. hotkt. m. c. ni'MranEY, w. t. peet.
Notary. , Attoir.ey. Cashier.
LANE COUNTY BANK.
IIOVEY, HUMPHREY Si CO
Deposit received subject to check.
1oans mule on approved securities,
hiht Draft, drawn on
PORTLAND, SAN FRANCISCO AND
Exohanxe drawn on the principal Cities of
Collection mule on all point and a general
Banking business transacted M avorabl
DR. W. C- SEHLBBEDE
IE if a ST.
13 NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
In Cottage (irove. He perform all opera
tion in mechanical and iiirnical deiitintry. All
work warrnnted and kalUfactinn xuaranleed.
aoJ all tcrufilluu diseases, Sores, Er) li.e
!, Eueiua, Ulotiliea, lUiigworiii, Tu
mor., Caruuuclr., Holts, mid tiuptlnos
ot the Hkln, are the direct rcsu.l uf u
liiipur suite of the blood.
To euro those diseasv tli. blood must be
parin.il, nu4 restorml to a lienlll.y and na
tural WMIilltloil, AVKH'S S.MISAI'.UHI.I.A tin
(or over forty years boen recognised by emU
, ii.ii t medical authorities a the uioat pow
erful blood purifier In ei.lst.uee. It live,
tlio sjsteiu (rum all foul luimort, enrich.
and strengthens the blood, remove all trser
of mercurial treatment, and proves itself a
complete master of all scrofulous disnnses.
A Kecent Cure of Scrofulous Kmc.
ooma month ago V was troubled with
serottiloui sores (ulcers) on my lens. 'J ho
limbs were badly swollen aud Inflninrd, and
tlia sore discharged huge qu.iiitilles of
olfeiislve inntter. Kvery remedy I tried
ful led, 4inl 11 I used Avr.it's Saiisai'AHii.I.a,
of wliich 1 have now taken three bottles,
with the result that the sores are denied,
and tny general lieslth grestly improved,
1 feel very grateful for the good )uur
medicine 1ms done me.
Vom-s respectfully, Mil Ax O'llniAS."
Us Sullivan St., hew York, dime 1, 1M.2.
p All persona Interested are Invited
to rail on Mrs. O'Hrlani also iiin Ilia
Itev. Z. 1". Wild of 18 Kast 04 111 hlnwt,
tiow York City, who will take plensiiro
In testify I ns; lo the wonderful ellU-acy of
Aver' Sarsuparllla, not only In I lie cure
of till lady, but In hi own rase ami
many other wllliln his knowledge
The well-known tnittrontht Dotlm Ileralil,
It, V. Ball, of Hockeittr, S.U., write, June
" llnvlngsuffereil severely for onie rears
with l'A-7.eum, nud having fulled to tlud ivlirf
from oilier rumedie. 1 have made use, during
the put tliree moutlis, of Avkii's SaiisaI'a
iiii.i.a, wlilili lias effected a eiie rurt.
I coK.itler it a iiiagullicciit remedy lor all
stimulates and regulates the action of the
digestive aud assimilative organs, renew
and strengthen the vital force, and speedily
rures UhiMiinatlsin, Neuralgia, Klieunia
llc (ioul, Calui-rh, nenernl Debility, and
ail disease arising from an Impoverished or
eorrupted condition of the blood, and a weak
ll Is incoiuparahlytlie cheapest Mood medi
cine, on H'-coiiiit ol ll ooncentrated strength,
and grail power over disexre.
I liKi'Alir.n liv
bui.l by all priiis: tre SI, ilk bottle
Altray Carol and novor dl.ap
Soinia. Xlio world's c? oat Pcin
;eliever for Man and Boast
Cheap, quiolc and reliable.
ts not Narcotic. Children
grow fat upon, Mot Iters like,
aud Physicians recommend
CASTORIA. It regulates tho
Dowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fcvcrlshness, and de
WEI DE MEYER'S f A
TARRH Cnre, a Constitutional
Antidote for this tonlble mala
ttjr, by A'osorptlou. The most
Important Eisoovcry sinoe Voc
sination. Cthor rcmodies may
relieve Catarrh, tli cores at
any stage before Consumption
Croceris and Provisions ,
Will keep on band a general assortment
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats,
Tobacco, Cigar, Candies,
Candles, twain, Notions,
Green and Dried Fruit,
Wood and Willow Ware.
Business will be conducted on a
Which mean that
Low Prices are Established
Coodi dclircrtd without charge lo Cojrii
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
Vor which w will pay the higbestmarkit
priee, J AS. L, PAOK
1 . 1 .
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SENA10R UEORCE F. EDMUNDS.
VICE PRESIDENT PRO TEM.
The Senate, after Tendering the Honor
toS natorr.thony, Re-elects Mr.
Edmunds President Pro Tem.
Goo. F Edmunds, the suliji'ct of our
sketch this wk, was re-elmnd as
Prositlcnt pro tan of the Sunatu on the
14th iitKt. after Smiitor Anthony of
Rhodii Inland had Iwnn elcctnd and
hud Joclitird liccauso of continuod ill
Mr. EdmundH, of Burlington, was
liorn at Ricliinond, Vnrniont, Febru
ary I, 1828. 1 1 in education coiiHistnd
only of that alTor.led ly the puMic
schools, after gradunting from which
he liegan thn study of law and at an
early ago became, a practitioner of con
siderable ability. He soon drifted into
politics, and successfully, as he was
elected a member of the Vermont Leg
islature in 1854, '55, '56, '57, '58 and
'59, serving three years as Speaker.
Ho was then elevated to the State
Senate and was its Presiding officer
pro tempore, in 186 1 and '62. Soon
after this Hon. Solomon Foote, one of
the U. S. Senators from Vermont died
and Mr. Edmunds was appointed to fill
the vacancy and ho took his seat April
Mr, Edmunds has since, boen con
tinurd in tho Senate, his present term,
which expires Marcji 3, 1887, being his
fourth election. Hd was a member of
the Electoral Commission of 187C, and
was first elected President pro tem of
the Senate immediately after the resig
nation of David Davis, last year.
Senator Edmunds is a tine Parlia
mentarian, his rulings while in the
chair being unbiased by any political
preferences hn may entertain as a Re
publican. He is well liked by all Sen
ators, and graces his positson with all
the dignity and ability becoming the
Vice President of the United State
Leap Year Party Rcles.- As leap
year parties am all the rage, the fol
lowing rules adopted at very successful
nun in San Francisco, will be read with
Ladies on entering will conduct their
partners to their dressing room, and
be in attendance in time for the march.
Gentleman will conduct themselves
with ladylike propriety.
No gentleman will be allowed to
cross the hall or leave the room with
out a lady escort.
Gentlemen will please be kindly eon
siderate, considering the natural diffi
dence of their admirers.
No gentleman will invite a lady to
Ladies will pleaso keep their engage
Gentlemen are not allowed to go rut
to see a friend, unless escorted by a
The national "mustard plasters," L
p., the postal notes, aro in great favor;
the number used the first year after
their introduction will exceed the esti
mate by one million. Their use has
not interfered with the money order
business, as heretofore most small re
mittance wen made in postage stamps
and these are now totally supplanted
by the postal notes. The color of the
paper on which the issue is made is ob
jectionablebeing yellow of a tint so
exenciating as to fasten the name of
"mustard plaster" upon them, and to
.void offending thn taste of the testhe
tic multitude a different color will lie
used in the next issue. An estimate of
their popularity may bo n adu from tho
statement that during the second wee't
m DecemW 20,000 of tlieso noteB were
. paid at tho Now York poetoflico,
OREGON AND WASHINGTON.
Seattle is to have fire limits.
The Sisters' academy at Seattlo will
Seattle expended (23,000 for street
improvements during '83.
Chinamen refuse to work for 80
cents a day on the O. it C. road.
Trie soup kitchen at Walla Walla
collects tramps rather than scatters
thenn It is probnble that the kitchen
will be closed up.
Since the Inst snow fall in Coeur
d'Alene milling district, flour has ad
vanced to $85 per barrel; potatoes to
$11 per bushel; eggs 50c apiece; butter
$2 50 per pound, and meals $2 50 each.
The grocery store of Steinwig Brofu
at Seattle, says the Chronicle, has been
attached by Michelssen, Brown 6t Co.,
of Seattle. Thn amount claimed to be
duo them aggregates $1070.
The wife of O. F. Moore, of Coos
Bay, eloped with a fellow named Nela
Martin. She took her children and
8150 in gold. The guilty parties sailed
for California in tho Areata under tho
name, nf TYiob. rm
Dr. Pierce, of bterung precinct, Or
gon, informed tho Democratic Times
that there is nn insect, resombllng a fly
somewhat, which is destroying the
wheat lie sowed last Fall as fast as it
appears abovo the ground.
Senator Sialtr on the Wool Tariff.
The wool growers of Oregon havs
the Republican nartv and the rjolicv of
protection advocated by it to thank fof
the reduction in thn price of wool. Th0
Democratic Senators from Oregon voted
against the bill which increased tho
duty on manufactured woolen goods
and reduced the duty on wool. The
Republican Congressman from Oregon,
in common with his party, voted for
this measure. Some Republican uewg
papers have been trying to make capi
tal out of Senator Slatci's letter to tho
wool growf rs of Wasco county, refusing
to labor to reinstate tho former duty on
wool. The authors of these confusion
show themselves ignorant of tho sub'
ject they prate about, or have not read
the Senator's reply aright.
Tho point which Senator Slater"
makes in his letter is that it is neither
expedient or just and that hn will not
favor a protection on any commodity
and that an equal duty for revenuo
only will afford a tufficient' protection
and that the principle of protecting
any single industry at the expense of.
others, is not truo Democracy. Ho
says that he is opposed to monopolies
of every kind and nature, and will not
lend himself or his position in further
ance of a measure which recognizes a
right to levy a tax for any other por
pose than tho support of the goverrw
"Did I ever love uny other girl?" re
peated a prospective bridegroom, in
answer to the tearful inquiry of his in
tended. "Why, no, darling, of course
not. Could you aRk such a question!
You aro my first and only Jove. This
heurt knew no awakening until tho
sunshine of your love streamed in and
awoke it to ecstacy," and then ho
kissed her tenderly and went Iiome,and
said to himself, "I must hurry thosp
things out of the way right off, or
there'll bo a row." And he collected
together a great pile of letters, written
in all kinds of feminine hands, with
lots of faded flowers and photographs,
and locks of hair, n'nd bits ot faded rib
bon and other things; and when the
whole collection had been crammed
into the kitchen prate he drew dcp
sigh and said to himself: "There1 goe
all that's left of fourteen undying loves,
Lot 'em flicker."
'An exchange says: "Mr. 0 H
Miller, tho poel, (better known by tho
pen namt of Joaquin Miller) is now 42
years of ago, and has discarded the
silly affectations of appearance and
. drm which nmfe him inuglied at i
Kin vminrrpp ftnvii lie seems to be) ft
a little bashful on new acquaintance,
but the shyness becomes familiarity
1 t I - t 1.'
wnen no ieeis sum oi nm tuuinuj.
From alJ w,licJl wou(j tnt his
. .n,,ii,l .nd iudioious
JliO lie "ii-
woman who put the erratic poet in
daily acliool of "manners." ,