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VOL, 16. EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1884.
frtt 6ii?8t 5lty Guard.
I. L. CAMPBELL,
Publisher and Proprietor.
TKICS -') fn E I of Willamette
ItrMtbetwsen Sovanth and Eighth Street.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
r:tk3 of ' adVkktising.
Advertisement inserted a follow) :
Oa quare, II) lin; or lm, one insertion $3 ;
each subieriu jot insertion gl. Cash required in
Tim advertisers will bs charged at the fol
Qaeiquare three moaths 8 00
" " rix month 8 00
" oue year 12 00
Transient notice in local column, 20 cent per
a for each insertion.
Advertising bill will be ren !cred quarterly.
All job work must be Faim koh m dkliverv.
.. lnna Ka 11. A. P. anil A. M
Mwti Ant aad third We Ineadnys In each
Hmckckr Bpttb T-oimiic JTo. 9 t. O.
j- J. f . Xeetsevery iwr craw.
b3 WlMiWHALA ElCHKT No. fl.
uitl an the ii and 4th Wednesdays in men month
Eousss Lodqr, No. 15, A. O. U. W. -Meet
at Masonio Halt the second and fourth
Friday in each moutlu
). M. Sloa. M. W.
KftPATitlCK Post, No. 40, (. A. R.-Mcet
t Masonie Hll, the tint and third I'.id.iy of
aehmtnth. By order, Commander.
Order or Ohosks Frikxiw. Meets the
rt and third Saturday eveninirs at Masonic
HalL By order of J. M. Sloan, G C.
Butts Lonos No. 337. I. O. G. T. Meet
vry Satunhy night in U 1 1 Fellow' Hall.
E. O. Pottf.ii, W. C. T.
LuntNd Star Bind of Hope -Meets at the
W. P. Churoh every S.ind v af tornnon at 8:30.
J. X. Houston. Sunt: Miss Bertlia ( Wt, Wt
Sit! Cbas. Hill, Sec'y, Mix Hattie Smith,
Chaplain. Visitors made welcome.
D3. W. C SEHLBREDE.
13 NOW VRItMANEXTLY I.Of'.VTKD
in CotUif (imve. He perform nil ohi.
linns in mechanical and surgical df utUtrv. All
work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed.
I. B. DIM'S.
13P A GENERAL
A large assortment of La
dies and Children s Hose at
12 M cts.
Good Dress Goods at 12lc
r.e.ii Corset in town foroOc
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles, in
Trimming Silks n I Sat
ins in all shades.
, Velvets in Colors.
'flie finest stock of French
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descriptions.
t. tTHAUAN, ALBANY. L. BILVEL', KTI1KXE.
8T It All AN & HILVi:U,
Attorneys ani Counsellor at Law,
EUGKNK CITY, OKR'IOS.
PRACriCK IX ALL THK (OUUTS OF
thii State. Thcv uive Heviul attuiition
w oollootioiu ail' I pnilut ui ilt'TH.
ffics-- )jr V. F. k Ci.'k Etpr-s" olfine
CH. B-aG:l A. DM313.
Attorneys and, Counsellors-
V1LT' in vc rrcK ix trh ciuhts
T T "f the S.;cmi,1 J i It .-iil District and in
hi dupreine I' nirt of t'iH St'tx
fipaiiial nttfiiti.nl given t.i unMeutionK and
Battr in Dri.li:ite
Ceo. S. Washburne,
U3EXS CUT, - - -t OltEOON
Ofllee formerly ocjupied by Thompton A
GEO. M. MILLER,
Attaras aai CouisjItor-at-Li-tf, and
Real Estate Agent.
BUGKXE CITY, - - - OREGON.
OFFICE-TWO door nerth of Post OKi".
Liberal Discount for
New Departure ! !
TWO S?"ELSCE.S5 J
OAS3X AM) OHSXX"3Pl,
! ATI10XIZE THE M N WHO HELP T . BUILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
j JL fU'HtMM. HoUSiCS, whone interesU are your intn)t 1 Are permanently located and
j -riciid their (irnliu at home. Take notice that.
J. E. FENTON,
' KUGBXE CITY p OREGON.
Bfeeial attention given to Real Estate Prac
tie, aad Abstracts of Title.
Or ick Over Grange Store.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
O.lica AJjoi.ii.i St- Charles Hotel,
- o at thb
W OS? OF HiT3 ail LUCKET,
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or re
idBoe when not profewioually engaged.
0S m at th
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Xwidenc en Eighth street, opposite Presby
DR. E. G.CLARK,
Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College.)
EUGEXE CITY, - OREGON.
GOLD FILLINGS A SIT.' f Ai.TY.
Artificial teeth made t order. Teeth
extracted without aio. All work fully war
ranted. O.-fic in brick building over th
A. V. PETERS,
Will ecll good for CASH at greatly reduoed price, a low a any other CASH STORE.
Best Print Hi and 13 yards SI 00
Best Brown and Bloached Muslins, 7, 8, 0, and
Clark and Prook pool ootton 7." ct per Do a.
Plain and Milled Flrnnels, 23, 35: 4". and 50
Watar Proo , cent
Fine White Shirts, "." ct and $L
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 59, 75 U and 11.
New Assortment Drea Good (No Trash) 15,
20 and 25 cts.
Mens' Underwear. Shirt and Drawer, 50 ot
Mens' Overshirts, 75 ots. and (SI.
Mens' Overalls, DO, 65, 7b cts and 31.
Embroideries and Edyin at Fabulou Low
And all Other Coads at Proportionate Rates.
Also the Celebrated
WHITE SK VINO MACHINE!
None bettor for s'.renth, e and durability), AtK"'ly reduced rate.
w2T To my old Custome, who have tood by me o 1 mg, I wi41 continue ti sell on am
trms a heretofore on timo, but if at any time they wish to uiakt, CASH purchases, I will give
all am. a others, the full credit on my reduction , Ti A. V. PETERS
Goods sold as bw as any House
in Oregon, for -
Gash Or Credit.
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and See
S. H. Friendly.
cks, Wacnss, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
erillVtrk Warranto. jt?9
I - .n
ii - Witchfiinii
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watche, (lock, and Jewelry repaired and
warrant!. Northwest corn-r of Willamette
and Eighth itneta.
(One door south of Port Office )
OUR Condi are all new an1 fih and of
fipafc n ri . 1 1 1 V All mwwla n.tt.llw t, A JH a
inl-elsM Grocery Store, kept on hand To
bacco, and CIGAkS a pecilty. We buy
i fniCah ad IIJirtl'
A. O. HOTFT, M. C. kUMFBRIT, W. T. PEET,
Notary. Attorr.ey. Cahier.
LANE COUNTY BANK.
IIOVEY, HUMPHREY k CO
EUQENE CITTT, . . OR.
De(niU received subject to check.
Ian ma I. on approved lectin tie.
Sit'ht Draft drawn on
PORTLAND,' PAN FRANCISCO AND
Eichanfre drawn on th principal Citleof
restores, with the gloss and Irc.luii'ss o(
youth, titilutl or gray Ualr to a natural, rich
b.-owu color, or deep black, as may be desired,
ily Its me light or red hair limy be darkened,
thin hair thlckeucd, and baliluess often,
though not always, cured.
It check fulling ot the hair, unil atlnm
late a weak and sickly growth to vigor. It
prevent and cure scurf and dandruff, and
el ucsrly every illncsse peculiar to th
seal p. At a LaiHes Hair Drcsslns;, th
Vinnrt Is uneipialled ; It contains neither oil
nor dyo, renders the hair soft, gloy, and
liken iu appnaiauce, nud Imparts a delicate,
agreeable, and lasting irfunie. (
,Mlt. C. P. PinrllKK writes from A'iity, O..
Jn'U 'i, : " l.ul fall no hair eomiinoiced
falling out, ami in a short time I became
nearly bald. I turd part nf a Imttle (if
Avkk Hair Viuun, wbieli itopiieil the fall
lug of the hair, ami started a new giiim tli. 1
u-tve uow a full hesd of lialr growing vigor.
0 nly, and am convinced (list but lor III
me of your preparation 1 should bav bn
.1. W. Diiwck, proprietor of the He Arthur
(",kw) AMffiiiiyr, says : " Avm's Haiii Muob
is a most nscelleut premratlon for the hair.
1 speak of it from my own experience. Its
use promotes the growth of new lialr, and
unikes it glossy and soft. Tim ViooH Is also
a sure cure for dandruff. Not within my
knowledge lias the preHiration aver failed
to give entire su'.lsfacllou."
Mil. A Mies PAlltiiAilt, Insdnr of His
celebrated " Kulrlwiirii Kuniily " of Scottish
Vocalists, writes from Ittnlmi, Mmi., h'rb. A,
ISHU , Kver since my liuir brgsu to give sil
very evidence of the change which Meeting
time propureth, I have used Avi.K' Haih
Vliiiiu, isii.I so have Itcen able to maintain
a i upiieainnce of youlhfuliiens a matter of
eonslilernli'i eouseipicuce to mini. tern, ora
tors, sctori. and in fact every one who live .
in the eyes of Hie public."
Mrs. O. A. ritKsriiTT, writing from 1 Elm
St., ( A , nini, ,W,i.; W H, bfj,mf
" Two years acoithnut two-tlilnls of my bull
came olf. It thinned very rapidly, ami I was
fast growliiK bald. On u.ing Avkm's Haih
Vmoit tho falling stnnied and a new growth
commenced, and in almiit a month my head
wss comol -lely covered Willi short Inilr. It
lias coutiiiued to grow, and is now us good at
h.fore it fell. I regularly nseil but our iHittl.
of the Vkioh; but now use it occasionally a
We hare hundred of similar testlmonla'.t
to the cfll.wy f A v mi's HaikViooh, It
needs hut a trial to couvluc the most skeptl
cal of Its value.
Sold by all Druggist.
P H W
w II u
KothTLio and Pfcpieians
recommend it. -'
IT 13 NOT HARC0T1C.
tho World's prcat Paln-Ro-I
Irvine: remedies. They heal,
Koutho and cure Qurns,
"Wounds, Wenk Baek and
Ithcumatinm upon Man, and
GpraSns, Galls and Lameness
jtpon Ecasfs. Cheap, quick
n . ....s ,,,
CPURT3 cf dlscostina II acaa,
SnuQoti. Craoklluz Pains ia tho
Koad, Fatld Eroath, DoaTn.,
and any Catarrhal Complaint,
can 1o xtorminaUd hj Wei Co
Meyer' Catarrh Cure, a Consti
tutional Antidote, hr Absorp
tion . Tho most Important Cls
corery alnoa VacolnatloB.
jis . i . mi
V) CALEB IS .'
Crocerls B(id Provisions,
Will keep on hand a general assortment
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meat,
Toliacoo, CiKr, Candle,
Candle, Soaps, Notions.
(Jreen and Driwl Fruit,
Wood and Willow War.
Business will be conducted on a
WLkh aunt that
Low Prices ' arc' established
Ctodi deliTtrrd witlioat !iar?t to Corel
Winficld S. Sclilcy,
WHO WILL COMMAND THE
GREELY RELIEF EXPE
DITION. HIS RECORD IN OUR NAVY.
We tliitt week prpwnt our readers
with thh likeneiw of Commander V. S.
Schley, of the United States Navy, who
will have chargn of the expedition that
will soon nail for the Arctic regions in
search of the Greely party. From the
sad fate of a long list of Arctic explor
ers and relief parties who have gone to
the frozen regions of the north never
to return, it will lie readily conceived
that he who volunteers his services to
penetrate that iceWg-jcmetery of
heroic explorers in search of lost hu
manity or their remains, is a man of
patriotic bravery that commands the
admiration of the whole civilized world.
Upon the tablet which lirs the names
of a score of valiant Arctio heroes will
now t plnced that of Win6eld S,
Schley, and time will invest it with
either , the brilliancy of a successful
humane accomplishment, or tho sad
halo of another sacrifice of human life
for fellow humanity.
Winficld S. Schley was liorri in
Maryland in 18,19, and is now in the
45th year of his age. He was appoint
ed to the Naval Academy in 1856, and
graduated in I860. At the opening'of
the Civil War in 1861 he was attached
to the frigate Potomao as Master, and
stationed at Ship Island. In 1862 he
was trans fcrred to the gunboat Winona
of tho West Gulf blockading squadron,
and was in all the engagements which
led to the capture of Port Hudson, La.
So conspicuous was his bravery during
this conflict that on the 16th of July,
1862, he was promoted to a Lieuten
ancy, boon after he was transferred
to the gunboat Wateree of the Pacifio
squadron, in which lit) served for two
years, during that period being com
missioned tui a Jiieufi'liant Commander.
In 1867 he was assigned to the Naval
Academy, where ' he remained an in
structor until 1871, when he wa trans
ferred to tho Bernicia in the Asiatic,
fleet After several foreign tours he
again returned to the Naval Academy
for threo years, and on July I0th,1874,
was promoted to Commander. Ha then
commanded the Essex on the South
Atlantic Station during 1877-78, and
since that time has been variously as
signed. At tho time of his selection to
command the Greely Relief Expedition
he was under service in the Naval
Bureau of Equipment and Navigation.
Commander Schley is now actively
engaged in selecting and organizing the
crew of 150 that will accompany him,
and expects to sail on his mission early
in April.- Tho expedition will be com
posed of three vessels, and will be
equipped for a two years absence. Mr.
Schley leaves behind him an anxiomi
wife and an interesting family of chil
dren, and a nation that will bid him
and his brave comrades a God-speed
and a safe return.
In the door yard of Delos Hochkisv
at Cheshire, Conn., stands an apple
tree which is supposed to le the ohW,
largest and most fruitful in New Ro
land. It is the last survivor of the
orchard which was set out by tho Brut
settlers of that neigh'iorhood, and pop
ular belief fixes its age at 180 years.
The tree is 60 feet high, and the. tips
of its outmost branches are 1 04 feet
apart. Mr. ITochkis alUnns that h::
has picked 123 bushels of sound apple
from it in a singV year.
o to travel frort
B. C, will be el
bilroad shops at T
Oregon And v:
Seventy inmates of
Seattle, W. T. .
Placer mining in
very promising this w
A young man name
drowned in the ly ncatt'
Marhhfield, Oregon, "
advance of $100 in the
Newport has add yf
houses to its list dur '
Mountain men inv '
high water from thtf
Albany will have
school next year, and i
tax to sustain it them.
The Germans of Sea,
ranged for a bureau to Ifl
migrants from the Faderl
Under the new ached ut
will take to travel fro
exhibit any extraordinary
but the recent spirit of
Five Chintmen we:
route from Britiah Col,
United States, and pi j
back to British Columbi
. Coour dAlene lake '
streams are now open'fe.
and thers are three stcamt
between the fort and the
A correct census of thd
21 years of age at Drain,
enoo to the woman suu
ment, was taken March V
suited in finding 33 in U
rosea, o on the loiice, ai
The business men of Ah
discovered . that they an
siderable transient custoi
their stores on Sunday, ha
few exceptions, decided t,
doors open on that day hen
Tho following busines ,
acted at the Roseburg iu j
the month of March, 183
Plaindealer: 1552 acres 4 .
13 homestead entries, emb :
acres; 9 final' homestead ,
bracing'. lCf)8 acres; 22
filings and 1 soldier's, hou
Portland ;w determine ' ,
next Congressman so far t '
lican party is concerned. r! ;
licans of Multnomah have v"
in view. One is., to . ehc
who will le a faithful and ,
vant to her and r -
as asainst ae i '
State, or .tOAas- i ?
iave. Ttifd al
. water of
great many of
whicli the Repu'lU
land want are these: Aern
Mortgage Tax Law; rjpeal t
which taxes money. j
Rerealof tho law that i I
accounts and other credits.
the law that allows the Ui
duct his indebtelness fron
Hof do .our Republicai
the "cow counties" like thit
Wilt they submit to itt
them. State Rights Denv
Arltalaa tfll Witcrwj
The practicability of art
as a source of water supply
has just been very satisfactc '
strated' in South EvaiwU
cotmtTj.. By . borinj so a d
600 feet, a powerful flow o
water' has )ea olitatBed, i j
leig distribute throujhoi
ia uiKlorgroand iroi pipes
dents of lite village, am!,
without pumping works oi
ohinery, the natural fore j
well itself being sufficient 1
tical purposes. The water j
rate of 250 gallons a n inu
pense of Wing the well w i
800, and South EvmMort