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ESTABLISHED FOB TUB DISSEMINATIOS OP DEMOCRATIC MUCINES, AID TO EARN 11 HONEST LIVING BT THE SWEAT OF OUR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1884.
We (City Guard.
I.' L. CAMPBELL,
. Publisher ani Proprietor.
0?PlO'l-')i t'uEwtnili of Willamette
rsitbstwun Saventh and Eighth Street.
, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPriOtf.
RATE? OB ADVERTISING.
Advertlwnsnts Inserted aa follows : ',',
- One iquvg, 10 lines or loss, one insertion S3 ;
each subsefiaont insertion $L Cash required in
draace. , i
Timi fclrjrt'ueni will be charged t tbetol-,
, oviar, rti
' Oae niaare three months.... .'. "... $l t'O
" six months....;...; ' 8 00
M . " o&e year . 12 OS
T ran dent notices in local column, 20 oeuts )wr
ne for each insertion. .
Advertisini bills will be rendered quarterly.
All Job work must be paid for on delivery.
1 V It A V anA A If
West first and third We limdajs la each
Uiwni Kinn Tjimi No., ft I. 0
i n V. MMtieverr TueadaT tivening.
ihU oa the Uand 4th WeflnesJays in each month
Euoisk Looas, No. 15, A. 0. U. W.
Meet at Alaaomo Hall tne aeconu ana wurm
Fridays in each month. , , '
J. C Sum. M. W.
Kilpatrick PosN 40, G A. R-Meets
t Masonic Hall, tlie Hrst ana intra r no.ays m
ash month. By order, Commander.
Order op Choses Fwejtos. Meets the
tst and third Saturday evenings at Masonic
r,. HalL By order of J. M. Swam, G C.
Butte Lodoe No. 3(57, I. O. G. T. - Meets
every Sturdy night in )J 1 Fellows' Hall.
E. 0. Potter, W. C. T,
T.VltifVA Star IUsii or Hope -Meets at the
it. P. Church every Sunday afternoon at 3:30.
J. R. Houston. Supt.; Mm urMiinn,n
Suet; Oha. Hill, Sec'y. Miis Hattie Smith,
Chaplain. Visitors made welcome-
"Attorney and Counsellor .at Law,;
- eugene crnr, oreoos.
TACTICI5 IN ALL THE COURTS OF
JL this State. - WirVTfifiw attention
to collection an I probate matters.
Orr:cs--OvorW. F. &C.'s K;irew office
GEO- B- & :). A.PJH13,
Attorneys tsn I Counsellors-
Tvar, pineries in' tub ch:rts
W ... of the .Sjco il Judieul Di.tA.t and m
he Sipr-im? Co-irt of this State.
Hpjoial attrntbui given to collections and
nutters in nr-.li
God S. Washburne,
fitfiiSSB CirV, - - -'. OREGON
Office form i.'ly iojupie.1 by Thompson &
0:3. M. MILLER,
. itbraa. aal Csaasjllor'it-Lw, and
. Real Estate Agent.
EUGBXEcrry, - - - orkoo.v.
OFFICE-Two door north of Post Office. .
J. E. FENTON,
Speoial attention given to Heal Estate Prao
tiee and Abstract of Title.
Opfioi Over Grange Store.
Physician and Surgeon.
(Vilkin's Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
Dr. Wm Osborne,
Often Adjoining St- Charles Hotel,
- OR at the
W DJtJl 8I02E OF HAIE3 sod LOCKET.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence) when not professionally engaged.
Office at the
; POST OFFICE DEUG STOJiE.
Rssldenc on Eighth street, opposite Presby
J. S. LOCKEY, JS
Qacks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
fcTAIl Wrk Warranted. j&
. - J.S. LCCKKV,
iUl.wt.rth4; Cos Brirk WiUaraetti street
J3T A GENERAL
A large assortment of La-
die's and Childrens- Hose a t
V Good Dress Goods at 12c
Best Corset in town for -50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
- v . ...
liiberal Discount for
" ; GASH.
3J&.&3& .. AM)
J ) ATiui )Xf CK THE M JON WHO HELP T
L riili! Hi HOU8KS, whose intercsU are
V:n.l liieii I't'i'iitx at home. -Take notice that-
Will sell goods for CASH at tcrfatly reduced
Ilest Prints lb and 18 yards 51 00
Boat Brown and Bloached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
Clarks and Brooks spool cotton 7h eta per Doz.
riaiu and Milled Flrnuels, 25, 35: 45 ami 50
Water Proo , ccuts
Finn White Shirts. 75 cts and SI.
And a!l Other Coods
Also tho Celebrated
WHITK SK ATIN
None better for strength, size, and durability),
C-ST To my on uustomes, wno have stood uymemi i w, x win nmnuuo n mil ...hi.
trms as heretofore on tini, but if at any time they winh to make CASH purchase, I will glvt
all sm, as others, the full credit on my reduction A V. Pr1 ERS
Goods sold as
in Oregon, for
Gash Or Credit.
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. JOalLandgge
Musical Instruments, Toys, Nolions, etc
Watcbe., Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. Northwes core'sr of Willamette
and Eighth strxt.
This is an
and Crockery tlalem, i.h the public to
remember that we allow SO ONE to under
sell ns. Everjthin? in itok wied in any
family, including Willow, Wood and Stone
j Corns and k ns. Fann produce wanted.
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
TJie finest stock of French
ever brought to this place,
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descriptions.
liUH.D YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
your iiiterusta ! Are permanently located and
prices, as low as any other CASH STORE.
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 59, 73 ets and SI.
New Assortment Dress Goods (No Trash) 15,
20 and 25 cts.
Mens' Underwear. ShirU and Drawers. 50 ct
Mens' Overaliirtn. 75 cts. and $1.
Mens' Overalls, 50, 65, 75 cts and 31.
Embroideries and Edwins at Fabulous Low
at Proportionate Rates.
- G MACHLVK!'
At givatly redueel ratos.
low as any House
A. O. HOVrr, II. C. hUUPHRET, W. T. PEET,
Notary. ' Attorney. Cashier.
LANE COUNTY BANK
HOVEY, HUMPHREY k CO
Deposits received subject to check.
Joans made on approved securities.
Suht Drafts drawn on
PORTLAND, PAN FRANCISCO AND
Exchange drawn on the principal Cities of
Collections made on all point and general
Banking busineas transact! en avorabl
terms. II tt.
DB. VY. C SEHLBBEDE,
m mi fi-rJ 1 rrt Srrl
13 NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
in Cottaire Grove. He performs all nitra
tions in mechanical and surgical dentistry. All
work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed.
' wru. with the gloss and frethuess of
jroiltli, YuJed or grajkair U a atrl-rlch n
brbwu color, or deep black, a may be desired.
By Its use light or red hair may be darkened,
thin hair thlckeued, and baldness often,
though net always, eurvd.
' It checks falling of the hair, and sllnm
lates a weak and sickly growth to vigor. It
prevents and eures scurf aud daudrulf, and
heals uoarly every disease peculiar to the
scalp. As a Ladles' Ilalr Dressing, the ;
Vigor Is unequalled ; It contains neither oil
uor dyo, renders the hair soft, glossy, aud
sllkeu in appearance, and Imparls dellcats,
agreeable, and lastlug perfume. (
Mr. C. P. Diik'HP.r writes from A'ir6, O..
Jul If 3, Itw2 : " Ijwt full my balr eoinni.iieed
falling out, and In a short time I beeame
nearly bald. I used part of a bottle of
Aykh'S Hair Viouk, which stopped the fall,
lug of the hair, and started a new growth. I
have now a full head of hair growing vigor
ously, aud am convinced that but Tor the
use of your preparation 1 should lave been
J. 'Y. BoWEK, proprietor of the Me Arthur
(Ohio) A'Hifuirrr. nays i " AVKH'S llAlK Vkior
is a most excellent preparation for Hie hair.
I speak of It from my own exerlenee. Its
ma promotes the growth of new hair, aud
makes it glossy anil soft. The Viuiui Is also
a sure cure' for Uamlrutr. Not Within my
knowledge has the preparation ever lulled
to give entire satisfacliou,"
Mh. Axon Famihairx, leader nf the
ealubrated " Kairliairu Kamlly " nf Senllish
Vocalists, writes from Dntlnu, Mail., Fib. t,
1S8U : " Kver since my hair begun to give sib
very evidence of tlie changn which Heetlng
time procureth, I have used AvtR's Kaih
Vioiiu, and so have been able to maintain
an appearance of youthf illness a matter of
eou.iderable consequence to nilulsters, ora
tors, actors, ami in fart every oue who lives
in the eyes of the public"
Mns. O. A. Phesi ott, wrlfln from Id Efin
fit., CkurUiloKn, Mail., April I I, ssysf
"Two years ago about tuo-thlnla of my liaii
eanie olf. It thlmied very rapiilly, and I was
fst growing baUL (Mi ining Ayku's II a i it
Vhiuii the falling stonped ami a new growth
commenced, and in about a month my head
was completely covered with short hair. It
Inis continued to grow, ami is now ns good as
bttfore it fell. I regularly used but one bottle
of the VmK, but nuw use it occasionally as
a drcssiiij.V .
We have hundreds of si mllar testimonials,
to the efficacy of Avf.r's Haiii Viooh. It
needs but a trial to convince the most skepti
cal of Its mine. ..r i . . .
Dr. J. C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
.iltrays Cnrei sva I novop dlsap
points. Tho world's great Pain
believer for Mavn and Boast.
CLoap, qolok and reliable.
rr,T"g I'aa..:.' !,m. isasa
ts not Narcotic. Clilldrcn
jprow fat upon, Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
CASTORIA. It regulates tho
Dowels, cures "Wind Colic
allays Fcvcrlslmcss, aud tlc
aTiiiin mi i i TmiWXUvi S iTiii ii rISSA
WEI DE METER'S CA
TARRH Core, a Constitutional
Antidote for this terrible mala
if, by Absorption. The mos
Important Discovery since Vao
ination. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh, tlis cores at
fay stage before Consumption
Will keep on hand general assortment
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats,
Tobaooo, , Cigars, Csndi'S,
Candles, Koni. Notions,
Green and IWed Fruits, '
Womi and Willow Ware,
Crockery, Etc. .
Bosiness will be conducted on a , " .
OAS II BASIS-
Which means that
Low Prices are Established
Coodi delirered without charge to Cajrci
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
Y"t whi.h we
rill pay the hlghmitmarktt
Eugene City, Oregon.
FRIDAY, JULY 4TH 1884.'
A Salute of 39 Guns
OFFICERS OFTIIBDAYj .
PRESIDENT lion R. 8. BEAN
VICF. PRESIDENTS IION. O. B. DOR
R1S, HON. JOHH KELLY, HON. R,
M. VJSATC1I, and HON. C. W.
ORATOR... HON. L. BILYEU
READER MISH EMMA BEAN
CHAPLAIN REV. G. W. SIMPSON
MARSHAL GEO. 8. WASHBURNE
ORDER OF PROCESSION.
The procession will form ut the Court Hons
at 10 a m, and march to the corner of Oak and
Ninth streets, theuoe to Willamette, thence to
Fifth) thencs to the grove uuar the Eugene
ORDER OF EXERCISES:
1 - Music by Band.
2 1'r iyer by Chaplain.
3 -Musio by the Band.
4 Reading of Declaration of Independence.
6 - Music by the Band. ,
7 Musio by the Band.
BASKET DINNER AT THE CROYE.
. BABY SHOW,
At the Court House at 3 o'clock sharp. S5.00
prize each to the handsomest boy and
girl babies under one year of age,
Fireman's drill for 20.00 prize at 4 o'clock, p m.
GLASS BALL SHOOTING
At 2 o'clock p m. First prize, 910.00; 2d prize
$5.00; 3d prize, 2. SO.
I'Ll'ti IGLIES AT 5 P. M.
The Committee has purchased lu San Fran
cisco, at great expense, the largest assortment
of Firewo;ks ever brought to Lane county.
TJuder the auspices of the of the E. If. k I
uo, no. l. ,
REDUCED RAILROAD FARE.
Arrangements have been made with the O. &
C. R. R. Co; for reduced rates of fare from the
3d to the 6th inclusive.
J. M. A BRA MS,
H. C. HUMPHREY,
J. R. CAMPBELL,
R. M. DAY,
D. E. RICK
. J. Pitfman, Prop.
THE BEST OF ALL KINDS OF LUM
ber on hand, both
Dressed & Un1re8.e1.
Parties winning lumber in Eugene or vicinity,
can learn prices by calling upon
MATLOCK BROP '
fiil-Sm , Eugene, Or. ,
C. A. HA nS ElJ"
Practical Painter and
ALL KINDS OF CARRIAGE, ORNA
mental, hin and House painting don
to order. Terms low; estimates fiimi.heiL
Shop opposite Star Bakery, Ninth street,
Eugene City, Oreg.n.
Giv me a trial, Satisfaction guaranteed.
In. A. HANSEN.
m aw mil
Opposition lo Blaine.
Nkw York, Jane 8th. It is re
ported tho Beaton Advertiser announces .
that it will not support Blaine.
The Times of this city says: "One
word as to tho pbsition of the Times,
it will not support Blaine for President.,
It will advise no man to vote for him, .
and its reasons for this course are per;
fectly well understood by everybody
that has ever read it. ' . . '
The Truth, which recently had let-x
teni from President Arthur, Hamilton
Fiali and others, com moating on fa in-,.v
dependence, shows its true colors this,
morning by the following head lines
with comments to suit: "Mulligan,
Jumping Jim and Black Jack nomi
nated, alias the Republican party."
Blaine's nomination is not only
surprise lo the Herald, but bitter dis-.
appointment. It heads its article;
'Worse than a crime;" and says: "We .
are sorry for it and we believe the Rev
publicans will all be sorry next No
vember, but although every man who
cares fcr tho purity of. public life and
the welfare of the country, and espec
ially all thoso who hopod for the re
demption of the Republican party from
the evil elements that have already
dragged it down in the depths, most
poignantly regret ft nomination like
thin. Thoro has grown within a day
or two in many circles a sentiment that
will regard the nomination with grins
sense of satisfaction.?
tCouer d'Alene Mines,
A few days since a practical mine? wrote1
from the Coeur d'Alene mines to a friend at
Salt Lake in -the following comprehensive
stle: "Timet are awful dull here at pres
ent, and very little work is going oo. Money
is very scarce indeed. The peoplethere who
own mines den't teem to go ahead and open,
their claims up, and they don't know what'
they have got yet. They all think thty have
got the world by the tail and all want to-
tell ont for a big thing. Thoy are a lot o((
old Webfoot ranchers located here, who,
have taken op the country for miles and
are doing nothing ou their locations, but
are sitting around the taloont waiting for
tome one te let np the drinks for them and
they oan mine like good fellows while drink- '
ing forty-rod whisky- I believe I have been
all over the mining camp here, as they call
it, and I havon't scon anything iu the shape
of millet. I have sceu tome pretty gold.
but only a little of it. The gold is coarse,
aad ratreed. ami at protect there are abont.
three plaoer mine working and they only
work a few men on each claim. Wages are
low for a new mining camp, only paying
miners, as they call them, (2 CO and 13 60
per day aud board, aud they can get all the
men they want at these prices, as lots of
men are here looking for work and are sell
ing thoir blanket! and leaving daily for the
railroad. How it thtt for high? tingle meal
$li lodging, f 1 per night Gamblers and
fancy girlt are batching, thowiug that money
it scarce. Thete clatset are leaving the
camp. Not much building it going on.
Syrup of Figs.
Nature's own true laxative. Pleasant to the
Palate, acceptable to the Stomach, harmless in
its nature, painloss in Its action. Cures Ha
bitual' Constipation, Biliousness, Indigestion
and kindred ills. Cleanses the system, purifies
the blood, regulates the Liver and acts on the
Bowels. Breaks up Colds, Chills and Fevers,
eta btrenghtens the organs on which it acts.
Better than bitters, nauseous Liver medicines,
pills, salts and drugs. Sample bottles free,
and large ones for sale by F M Wilkins,
Eugene, W S Lee, Junction.
Farm for Sale.
I WISH T SELL MY FARM OF 450
acres, situated 12 miles southeast of Ku- -gene,
V miles from G)ehen, 4 mile from Cress-,
well, and 3 miles from Pleasant Hill post
ofKoe. A comfortable dwelling with barns,
outhouses, orchard, etc Plenty of water and
timber. Well adapted to mixed husbandry,
as grain, fruit and stock raising. Will sell on
reasonable and easy terms. For further infor
mation enquire of ;
JOHN WH1TEAKER. -
' . : t ...
fur 1 1 j KqV" tn - built on
New Barber Shop -and
(Oue door North of Poet Office.) .
BATHS. 23 CENTS. EVERYTHING
fitted np in the best of order. Shavbig .
aud hair culling done in the niost approved
JERRY HORN, Proprietor.
K it Luckey & Co are ageuts for Jones
Ventilated Excelsior Trass and Supportera
mad of nickle silver. The cleanest, easiest,
safest and best appliance ever luvented foe tl'
relief and cuie of Hxruia and abdominal pur-jcees.