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ESTABLISHED FUR Tilt DISSEamTIM OP DEtlM'RATIC FRIJIC1PLE8, AXD TO EARS IS iMEST LIVING BT THE SWEAT OF OUR IIROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, AUGUST to, 1884.
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N rstbitje Suviati ail Eighth Street.
Advertisements Inserterl t follows :
On. square, 11) Hues or less, on iujrtfol fi
taoh subsequent insertion L Cli reqtfitd m
reuse. ' k . .
TUj alvertiser 111 ka charged t XketA-
twin rates: . .
ttaetquir three months.-. sow
" " sixmenth...... . 00
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Transient notices in local column, 20 oetrt. fer
ft. (or etch Innrtion. (
AdrartUih; bill wilt It rendered quarterly.
Jtfl fob work must be rxio to on neutsar.
F.ooaAa toon No 11, A. P. ant A. M.
,VmU ftnt and third Wolnesday. fa earn
HraxnKa Bona Tdo Tfe. 1. 0.
10. F. Meet, every Tuwlay ening .
WiMiwntLV ENrtMrMF.KT No. fl.
tMll ob tit Id and 4th W.dnmUr. in mwh montk.
Eui! Lodge, No. 15, A. 0. U. W.
Mwu t Monio Hall the second nd (nurtli
r.-idr in .cb month.
, J, M. Sw.v)r. It W.
KlLPATRIOK Po, No. i d. A. It-Meet,
t Muoni Ull, t l!rH M third FH.byn of ,
eh montlu By Ardor, . Couuaniikr.
iitd'SR ClMifr FRlKNnsi.-MfeM the;
rat ind third Saturday t?enirtim t Miumuic
HU. Uf orJsr of J. At. SLo.vn, U U
liuTrc Loon No. 317, I. 0. Q. T. fc9ts
Tr SitU.l y nlk'lit in ' 1 1 Fallow' Hull.
ii U. rOTTER, W. U 1
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
EUGENE CITY", OttSOOS.
P- ttVCriCiCIN'ALLTUE Ci)t71TS OF
tlii Sut. Will (jiv upec'ul ftticutinu
lo eollectin n I probata mxtteni.
Oyioi Ki k Ct.' Bxiii'on offin.
CEO. B. DIRKS,
Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law,
TlflLL PRACTrCK IX THE CJl'HTS
TT of thoSji'o.id.lulifi-il Oii"'t and in
h i d iprem Court of thiiSc kte.
?ojjU1 Attinti ii s'Wia t vulK-otiom and
lii i.ter. in nnilmts
Geo. S. Wa3hb'jrno
Odlee formerly ojjupte I by TUuuiikoii iV
GEO. M. MILLER,
ittanuj and C:uaj3lljat-La7r, and
1 Real Estate d$ent.
EUGENE CITV, - - - OREOOV.
OFFICE Tiro dtklM u4rta of Post OTi.m.
J. E. FENTON,
EUGEN'E CITIT - OKEUON.
Spc(l attention given tt He d EUt9 Prac
Urn ad AbstracU of Title.
Orrici-Over Grange Store.
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
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Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Kviidenc on Fu'tn itreet, where I)r Shelton
Dr. Wm Osborne,
O.Hoa Adjoining St- Charles Hotel,
, W B103 STOIE OP BATE3 ail LUCXSt.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILLf
CAN BE FOUND AT HI3 OFFICE or res
idence when not profeaaionally en-ed.
- Office at the
POST OFFICE DUG STORE.
Kwidmct on Eighth etfrtt, opposite Presby
Ji 8. LOCKEY,
OBALEt IS JtJJjl
Gods, Caches, Cliainj, Jewelry, Etc.
Repuring Promptly Executed.
EaTAU 1Trk xrmmmud.jf
J. 8. LUCK FT,
nrwt1ik Co'a Bri.-k Willamette rtrt.
T.iiti Star Pamu of H.h'r -Mtn t th
P. Cliarch evry 8un'l ly nfturnoon st
J. K. Himton. S'ljit.: Mi B.-rtli Cm', AVt
Aujlt.: ChM. Hill, Sao'y, Mini Hutij Smith,
Ofcplin. Vuitort talAo wclooinv. '
12T A GENERAL .jfgj
large assortment of La
dies and Children Hose at
12 1-2 cts.
Good Dress Goods' at 12o
Best CQrsct in tottn for 50c
An immense stodkef New
afui Seasonable Goods.
Pine Cashmere hi Mem
New and Nobby styles in
Liberal Disco u o t for
New Departure ! !
ATRONIZK THE MUN M'HO HELP T
Mi n'jin, ituUiMj, whiwe HHfivBt arc
d V.'.eii luotita at ln'iiie. 'J'nUa bt'Ute tli.M
Will acll i'nods H CASH rit neatly re luced jiriru, a, low aa any ether CASH STORF,
llest Prints 10 and IS y.trds. fl 00
Heat Brown and EliiWlicd Jtuiilius, 7, 8, , A id
Claika ail 1 Brook apdol orttton ". ctn par V)nz.
I'hviu and Milled flrnnela, 2.1, Si: V arid M
Watar froo , cents
Finn Willie Shirt, 73 oU and $1.
Arid a!l Othef Coad3 at
Also the CalcbrawJ
WHITli AIlSTG MACHINE!
Nnilejietter for a'ren-fth, ahe. an 1 durability),
sr 'ti rrlv nl I CittAmrt, wh, .tnml bv
tirnls at huf stofnre on tiriii. but if at any time
til arlt, at liners, thr full cre.lit on n.y reductmn A. V. r&ibtva
Goods sold as low as any House
in Oregon, for
Gash Or Credit.
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and See
S. H. Friendly.
A. NEW SADDLE AND lf ARNIPS SHOP 0" 8th 8TfiiJ
i 'i I am now prepared to furnish everything in that line at the
west of Crain Bros'
XiO W JciSTS?
AVe employrnl, and I will eDJTOr to
m with a call.
imming Wks nf Sin
ins in all shadesx
Velvets in Colors. ,
Tho fined stock of Fi Wvh
ever brought to this placfr. '
BOO f Sand XllUJiS
;n all grades'.
of all descriptions.
. lit'ILO YOUR 11UIUGES, ROADS AND
yrr iittrnCMk ! Are peruiunrntly louaUd ami
Fine Cheviot S'airti. CJ, 73 ets and SI. '
Nr Ahso.I neat Dress Hooda (Vo Trauli) 10,
23 ami So via.
.Moils' U:i 1.tju. S'lirli an I Draper., flj bl
Mens' Overxbirta, 7f eta. and SI.
Mens' Ovenillx, 53, &', 75 eti and SI.
Embroideries! and Edwins at Fahulotil Lo
At greatly rednced rates.
me ao 1 mi. I will continue ii sell on tamo
they wwh to make CASH piifehaai, I will giro
give tatinfiction to l h J ma farW
A. 8. CIJIIKIK.
i bB. w. c sehLbreoev
YV Permanently located
JL ra Cottaire Grova. He perform, all opera
Uotik In mechanical and nri;lcal dentletry. AU
work warranted and .alUfactiou truarantved,
rattoral, wfrti Jii flu. auU InnhAeri cV
juaiU, fadM or JVay kaU to nat'ttr, WA
t.-owa Vfdr, 'or deep black, a. may U Mm.
By ft 4a light or reil hair may fee darkened,
thlA alr tUkkeuMl, and tfoloVcat olltlt,
not alwaya, aured.
It ekeoka railing pf Hie halV, mid itlm'
latM a weak and ilckly growtli 10 Vigor. It
prerenta and euret Ittnrf and dandruff, and
nili nearly eroin- diwnae iwoulior to the
e:i!p'.. At a LAdlr.' Hair Ilre.alnci the
Vioor I. uneuUlled ; Il roiilalna neither oil
nr dye, rouJei's tu liuir aoft, gloasr, aud
ilhoii In apeaRiiielniid lniiiirla a delicate,
n.'ieoable, niu) luting perlunie.
Mil, CI1. rtiiiriit:n write, from A'litji, 0..
Jn'il f, (t'i : " Lut (4ll my half coiiiiiiui.exl
f.ullng out, and lii n liurl time I beealna
u.r;jr. bald. I uinl part of a bottle of
tvitll'a Hair Viumi, nbMi (topped tbefalW
lu( of tUe liair, mid ifrir.l a iwv jrowlhi. 1
hire lui a f till. brail of biiir growing vigor,
u wiv, and am ranvinced that but Tor lh'
' ne of your prepiu-ailon 1 iliould ha brl
eutirely bill" . t
V ToWlt!, proirttor of the kfoAMlw,
Kiutirrr. any. :"Avt:'a IIamiViqoh
it A iiMtt )clleiit pr(iitt,iou for Hie hair,
I iHnk of it from my mm experience, lis
ni'i itminotH. the itniwlli if new linlr, and
in it glm.y mill Kid', 'flio Viiiim I. also
a .itre nire for (hndiiUT. Not tvithin my
kii.iivleitjtti has the piparatlou ever failed
to iro viitlr satlsliwllou." ,,'
Mil. Axma .FalnnAinx, leader of th
et-liilirali-d " FnjrllHlrli Family " of Scptti.h
'nciilln; nr'.loi from llmlnu, Mttu.,
ItWl . " Kver .inc. mr hair brunn to y)vo sil
very .riduiiee of tlie cliaiifM wlilch llerting
t'ni.i pniifiireili, I liav uwd Avtll'H II aik
ViihIii; all I ao have Iwn ulil'e to mnliitalii
a'i apiH ,nim of yimtliliiUieiis a Inatterof
Coiu iI'TaIiIo bniiaegiieiiee lo iniiiti, ora.
tnni, Aiiillrii, hild In Inet eVery olio Wlio llt'd
In mo .yen of thu puhlle."
Iil. . . Pnnt iitt, wrltlnir fmni la Mn
.., I ' irtrtirn, ,lnm.. Ait il. It, iv i, nvt
" I'wo yenr. ajo about Iwu llili.U lif lny Imli
c.imiolT. Il lliiMiinl vefy hiiililv, hlnl I na
'iWt prowln bald. On htilijc A I- ii'm II. Mil
Viii.iu the fnllliiK tiiia'il uii. I a new cmuili
coniiiipiieMl, anil ill nhnllt h montli m bi nd
waa miillplrtely enrtirrif Willi uliurt l.nlr. It
hat Mtmliinoil lo jinn-, and is tin r pnl
bror. il lell, I ix"iil.ii'lv iim'O but our IhxiIu
of IU, i n j. it, I .it now utt tt oecauiially r.s
Wa havd hnii lrw' of !inl!nr testimonials
, Willi ofli.vt f Arm's il.uu Vninit. it
n Is but A trl.il to ronrinre th. most skepli.
al of Its rnine.
Dr. J. CAycriCo., Lowell, Mass.
So'A by all Uru;glsts.
Motikfl to and PhyaJfclaia
if is not narcoti:.;
1V6rld'o fercat I'oin'Ec
Ilcvditf i-cmedlcs. They Leal,
rioolltd awl cuir Uurns,
Vvouiiil' Vcnk back nnd
HbCumotlsia upofi Dion, and
SpralUs, Colls and Lamcncst
jtpou ticMtu Cheap, quick
and ffcuable. " ' -
TvRi3 it dJUcnst!a3 Umetiff
CanOe. Cfnoltliaj Psvlna ia tk6
Head, rUa rt)i, DooTaooi,
and u; Catarrhal Contploiat,
eaa I exteriiilaated by wet Do
Meyer' a Catorh Cure), at Ceeatl
totUmnl Antidote, tjf Ji.b.orp
tlort. Tito tno' t Imnovtsvnt DU
etntttf alooe Vacclzuitioiu
Crocerls & Provisions,
Will keep ob hand general assortment
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats,
iobaouo, Vlger), ' Canrtln
Ureen and Dried ndta.
Wood and Willow War.
Business will be ootid ueted on a -
VUcb mean that
Low Prices are EitrilirtJtJ
Goods dtllrtrtd witbott tk'rft (if Eati
AtL KINDS OF PftHoCE VVANTEC
lorwhUli we wilfpay the hlnbtmsrV t
pH. JAS L. P.ViC-
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THE LATEJOHN HILL
DEATH OF TITE "FATHER OF
CHEAP P0STA(E," AT DOOM
TON, N. J., JULY 21, m.
Ex-Congrpminian John Hill, who will
h Mmemlif rtrj ns thn f'atliilr 'of llie
dlio'ap i6aul Idll, ni life Umo in
doonfoh, Mdrrii trttihrj', .H. ,t., July
iv wan Worn
in CutNkil! county; N. Y in i821, and
ir. aboul 1844 he kohli-d ' 111 IWonlon,
and wb r'lnfctWi from tliere to tlmSwti
As.nihly in t8Cl-62, fthd aAm tn
I8C6.' lJuring tlm Intler term he aarvrd
as Spnaker of tlm HourK Ho wan
elrctrd Id Uift FoUieth, Fdrljr fimt and
Forty .fc-fcor.d CoiigrfK hia lant term
HiitHng 188i He d4 frrirjtintljr nicn
doncd in coilnrction with tho Cxiibor
nntoritil noinintttioil in Ndw Jrti'y,and
wasi coriHidch'd tlie1 formnonk RepuMi
can in the Slate; AlK Hill ni inter
uhIkI in pofttnl n f3nri and thin qUwItion
of rnduuing postagH for many yearn,
and about flixtnnn years B50, ' when Iik
first entfri'd ConrrsH, he introduced a
bill to abolutli tlm frnnking prilea,
and after two yoan or inore of hard
work it wan accomplished. . A boll t tlie
nana time ha introduced the one-cent
postal card bill, find after to yearn or
more it Wan passed, aainst much oppo
sition. In lii remarks on those billn
at the time, ill April, 1872, ho advo
cated a reduction in letter postage, con
sidering tlm abolition of tho franking
privilege, and adopting thn one cent
postal card the Htepping atone to re
duction in loiter pontage After tlm
ort nidation of the House in Decern
ber, 1881, he introduced hi two-cent
postage hill, which was referred to tho
Pout Office, nnd Pdst Itnad Cditimittfo
who delayed r'etorlilij it Id (he Houne
the lirHt Rehaioni Ha called the atten
tion cf the lloUsa to the bill, nfade
neveJ-dl npfceflies on tlm nubject, and
madn HVdry nll'ort fo get it hef jru the
House for consideration. In Novem
ber, 1882, ho went to Washington to
see Postmaster General Howe and
brought the matter before him. He
alio called on the President in regard
to the. matter, and found him favorable
toward the measure, and in hin tries
sago to Congress J few week later, he
recommended ffio, reduction of letter
pontage.' Shortly after the meeting of
CcfngVenn in December Mr. Hill saw
th's Chairman of the nub committee of
the Appropriation Committee 011 the
Pont Offico Appropriation bill, , On
Wednesdy morning, after the third
dsy, the latter offered a resolution ask
ing permission of the House to place
the two-cent postage stamp measure in
the Post Office Appropriation bill,
which wan granted, and on the next
day the Prst Office Appropriation bill
wan repor.ed from I lie 6ommitteo in
tho House, printed ahd LrWghf liefore
the House fur consideration. A great
many amendments to it were ofTered,
but after a I0113 and tedious fight over
thin clause,' it passed, and finally the
whole bilf passed, arfd, after a long and
bitter oppobition in' (he Senate, passed
that body on Friday, the day after the
report of the Post Office. Appropria
tion bill to the lfouse containing the
two-cent pdsfngr) clause.' Mr. Hill re
ceived many letter's thanking him for
his interest in the matter, and also from
associations and puMio bodies with
resolutions of tli'ankaV
8t. Louis Glolte-Democrat (Hep):
Steve Elkins will reign supreme over
the work of the National Republican
Committer room j in New York. A
branch oflli it'td be opened in Chiet
0. Why not send for Doriey to take
' charge of it.
Tlie R;i1 .mil ,H ii K i,itt Dluins.
Portlnnd Oregoulau, i un 2, 1384.
, The railroad men and other capital
Ists liko Miose wo , referred to are in
tensely shrewd and astuto men. They
have superior means 'of intelligence and
are careful cot to make rrjistakea They
know Mr. Ufaine. Mr. Huntington, an
hin famous letter suowfias spent much
time In Washington n. a tnbbyiit, and
he knows whether M'r. Blaine is a good
rVian for him or not, and Mr. preckles
also knews him- These nVei'i have no
triteitsWri coiimolt wilh ihoso of the
crt'iriraoh peo'nle, They select a . Presi
dent on precisely the samo principles
that thev appoint agents in their busi
ness, an I the fact that they have so
leeted Jlra lllainn shows that they have
confidence that ho will promote their
interests. They would not fiupport
him if he were not "a railroad man and
in league with thn corporations.1'
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The Kuowaothing Spirit.
We clip the following front the ed
tonal columns of a Republican paper
of this tr(te7 , The extract shows the
narrow, intolerant bigotry of the Re
publican party, nnd well worthy a sup
porter of .the former Knownothing
editor: . "
"1 )Vas iipt so much of, a Elaine man
at first," said a gentlmpan as he Mood
looking at Harper's , Weekly aud Puck,
whicl) were liailotj to the show-hoard
of a hewn stand, "but these papers have
converted me' Here are two foreign
ers, Nafit find Kepplnr, employed to be,
little a pan who in the choice of at leasy
8,O0U,Q0O, Americnii voters. They are
mere artistic Hessians after alU-Bos-ton
"Dr" Dlalne Ferli Warm.
No wonder "Dr." litdino .rushed td
the seaside. Ho felt a political hoi
wave coming tdvrard Augustai Some
of thn "Doctor's" old friends are paint
ing his record. In this he figures as a
prohibilidiiist and a khbw nothing. He
fomented teligi'ous persecution. Tried
to create a war between Irish and Cer
iums. Endeavored to repeal natural.-
sit ion laws. As an editor he roviled
Catholicism and insulted every Irish
man within the Statu of Maine. Nice:
man this to ask for Irish and Cer.Tiau
support! No, "Doctor," you may have
another sunstroke, but you cannot fool
either Cult or Teutoii.--Nv, York'
That brilliant soldier rititl able states
man,' Johri A. Logan, was distinguished1
under thri nobriijuet of "Dirty Work
Jack Logan," by Republicans be
fore 18G1). In 1859 Logan spoke of
John Drown as a "tmito-, thief and
scoundre!,'Mand confessed h'is love of
(Slave hunting. In 1861. (ho honest
fiatriot raised a company for the Con
edernto Army, which fought through
tho war on that side! Loirau received
$50,t)00 and a brigadier's commission,
to throw his influence to the Union
side. A pretty good record for the
companion of the "tatlaoed" man.
Chicago Times (Ind.:) A paragraph
of twenty lines in Mr. Blaine brief
speech to the committee that surprised
him with the announcement of his
nomination to the Prerriiioncy contained
the personal proiicVrt' in the form of
"I" and "we'' twerity times. ' The won
der is how thetfin'go candidate managed
to put himself at the front so manv
times in a space so small. Thn only
Explanation that appears is that the.
speech wan carefully writtenlor tho
occasion. , , , , ..
Brooklyn Union (Hop.:) The move-
rrVent of the "young sjratcherV in 1879'
was hastily organizod and not heartily
sapported in thn press, but these(
figures prove that it control! el 20,000
votes. Political indepondencn in New
York State lias grown steadily and
rapidly since 1879, and 20,000 voters
represent probably but a tithe of the
Republicans who, in 1881, will cast
their ballots, not as a party convention
has dictated, but an their conscien )es
New Haven Palladium (Rep ): "Sub
scribe for the New Haven Palladium
only pnptr in JVcw Ifvve supporting
DiaiiA oii'i Logan.. All the nws for
little money!" , ,
It's rather a queer coincidence that
Ohio has seventeen German Republi.
can papers, and that seventeen Ger
niun D'pcblioAii pnpTt in Ohio have
iVt.'-i-d lV.:-, .