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EUGENE CITY, OR! "SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1884.
tie $Jfiu (Sits tori
P&W Air ail Proprietor.
nr?ni - i t- in. n f waumntu
teetbitfiea i.4t'a anl Eighth Street.
Per Ami a..
AdMrtUeatents huerted a. follow. I
0.. iiiw. 1 Uaa r I-, n. iiuertioB M;
mH Mate, Mat Uwrtioa L , required in
tr irtUara will be chanted at th. fob
Oa.tiiv. thrM m roths WJ
" " uk rafitha JJJ
" " nit. rev WO
Trmlaf. a itice. in local coliuna, 20 onU per
. (or eeoh invirtlon.
A W.rtUinf WUi will be ren lereJ quarterly.
All job wtrk nit b rtto roa ox oiliviby.
- W. II V Mil A II
,MeeU r Ml tliirl WleUy. ia wrh
u - anvra Jjtnnw TffA. V I. ' '
. a -
1 0. F. Meet. " Tumi 'ay enine
NUeatae'Wn. ltd wlaUy. laeeehnior.il.
mi i,n'Vt( a. ft y. w ,
Meeti at Minnie Hill tMieonnl and fourth
Kit.? it : P nr. V .. 41. V.
t Hu-iih .I1. 1 l l-t an I t'lH FiM.it. of
Mhm.ut'i. Borlr. CoHMismts.
Ososs r Ciio.! Faisal). M-rU th'
rrtenltliirl Sitir-Uy eveniun at M-jni.
HalL U rlf of -T. SI Hmus, W 0.
IJjrrs L. .u f 'J, I. ft O. T. Mt-
Lvm Sr Bi H jpc McU ttU
J e ,r.,W vrv 4nt nften n at S: V.
8it.j C;i. 'I'll. " l,uU f,,nit''
Catlln. VWvw mls l'!rtiai
Attorney anj Counsellor at La, -
KUvTiN'R CITY", OREUOtf.
PUACriCB y AI.MHK COURTS nF
tlii SUtf. Will iUt oil attention
nllaction an I tf '-t m-itt-ra.
) .V. K. 1CV" I5xr alBw
Attorney an i Counsellor-
tinw- pave tick in tub ennnv
V f th. jWm.I J 'I I'"tru t aii.l m
a. djpraiu; Cxirtof t!ii Sun.
Sgtioiil ttmti n jiveu to volleetion. and
miUir in nr tt i
C85. 3. Wa3hbJrn3
' Attoracy-at-La ir,
KUIBSa CII'V. - - ORWfON
OflI8 form.rly ajJupied by Thc.mim
CE3. M. MILLER,
ltta)7 ail CjiasilbMt-Liw, ani
Real Estate Agent.
lUGSXBCirV. - - - OREGON.
OrFIOa-To dr nwrth of P.t Oifi-."
J. E. FENTON,
tia. and AbrtrarU f CM:
Of rici-l.r Granj. 8tora.
Physician and Sjrgeon,
vnvin'ft nrucr store.
KvMii.no. ou fifth att, wher. Dt HMtua
Dr. Wm O3borne,
0U:AJj)! ii i Charles Hotel,
- 0 ATTHI
W 0U 1?r. 0? IVTSJail LUCIEI
mi. Jos :fj p. gill,
rA.X BE FOUND AT 1113 OFFICE or r
ji no wImb aot iroaiBuy .nou.
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
RJar oa Eighth rt.t, opiU Prmby
J. S. IUCKEY,
OjcVj, Wacus, Cains, Jesiry, Etu
Repairing Promptly E'iiU?l.
CaTAII Wark Warrta.
J. A. lu:kkt,
rW-rtk Co BHHr WiflaaM. itn
A GENERAL J
A larife assortment of La-
dies ami Ckillrens Hose at
U l-i cts.
Good Dress Goods at l ive
liest Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine dtshmcre in every
New and Nohb'j styles in
Liberal Discount for
New Departure ! !
two s.:xc2as T
CASH AD CJ3EB.23330:E"
pAl'KOXIZKTUEMhN WHO 111X1' T
X bUHUOL Hoi Ulia, wlin iuu-resti. art
.,uj their pmtits at lmnio. 'I uka nolic tUat-
Will Mil (uodii for CA31I lit xiratly rejuoe.l
Jent PrinU lb and 13 yard. $1 00
Beat Brown ami Bloauhi'd Mulina, 7, 8, '.I, a id
Clark, an 1 Broolu .po-.il ootton 75 ct ixr Doc
PI liu And Milled FlrnncU, i5, 35: 4"i and 50
Watr Proo , cent
Fine White Shirts 73 ct and 1
And all Other Cocd3
AIm th. ' 'lel. 'iel
V I T K R K VT N
N'on.b.ttorf'ir.'ranfth, le, an I d.iniWlityl.
Or lomy ol I Umtoiif., who have .tiNKl by
trmii a herstofore on tini, mt if at any timf they arittli to uk tASil piirciiMnj, I wui (r
all ..it, a. ithr. the fall rredit on my reilnction A V. PKTblW ,
Good3 sold as
in Oregon, for
Cash Or Credit.
Highest Pries paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and See
S. H. Friendly.
AVIVOOPF.XED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNIFS FH0P 0 8th FTHE
wwl of Craiu liio.'., am now prepared to furnub vrythini( ia that line at tb.
At ewpIoyM, ami I will nJiror to pre aatiafaction to il h ma fa
in with a call.
A. M. CUHHIIL
I OLD GUI.
Tiimmrntf S'fkx and Sat
ins in all shades.
Moircantiqu e Silks
Velvets in Colors.
The fin est stock of French
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and SHOES
of all describtions.
UUII.D YOUR BRIDGES. ROADS AM
your inUii'eiiU I Ara ixruiauaiitlj locatwl an
pricei, iu low a any utiior CASH STOR E.
Fin. Cheviot SliirU. 5), 7t .t. and 51.
NMr Asuiirt'iunt DreM IfooJi (No Tnwh) 15,
20 an j 'j cti.
MnV U.ilir!ir. S'lirtiMl D.-iy.ra. 50 ct
Mem' Oventhlrta, 7.1 cU. and 91.
Menu' VlvemllH, 5'), 0.), 75 cU and tl.
EinlMldortc and Edwins at Fahulout Lo
at Proportionate Rates.
O MAC HI In K !
At ffrcatly iwlucml rates.
me no I in?, i win comwiu. it hii on wini.
low as any House
, D. W. C-SiHLBREDE,
Ii'NOW PERMAXENTLY LOCATED
in CultAif. Gmv. IU Mirfnrni. all ra
U In mochanlcul and anrijlcal drutintry. All
work wamntix! and MitNfai'tion vuamiU'ril.
Eev. Father Wilds
' Tor ilrv. Z. I. WIliU, well know rily
' initioiiry lu New VrU, and brother
' of tu. lalu ruiiui'ut Julti W llil, of Hi.
alaaMibuwii. Hutiivue Coui-l. rrU.
'! tolloMr.1 - 'J... . ..-
, K. 31 St., AVie Ynrt. Uui ID, Ufi.
WMKIH. .1. V. AYKM .t Co., (..rlHniiUli ;
Utl winter 1 a irnuMrd Willi a Iiim
duel uiiortub Uinni4 unmor aUvetliif
ttHir. mik.-cm.ly my limltf, ulih lt Itcliol
lnl"lor at nlg'it, iiikI biiri.nl o IiiK iim
iv, tiiAt I coui'l ii'aim ly Uar nny olollnnj
ofwr lo.-.u. I wnii aiKi a tinYrr t.viu a
H'voru (MUrrli and cnlurihiil ronuli; hit
aiwtiU wm pour, nikI my iwlem a good
tloal run lown. Kiinwlnji tli. vain of
AVKK'K 8vil.l'AUll.l.A, by ulwrrtUin o(
uiiii mlirr cjitfii, nml from wrMiiml un
in former ani, I hrgaii IxUlug It lor the
al"oiiniiiiHl iliMirler. My aiitwtlt. lm
p. il ahiitwt from Ike It rut dote. After
a .hurt time tli. fenr ami Itching wer
allnnl. aiul all lien, of IrrlUllon of tlia
.kin d Sly eiitarrli aud eou(h
wer. nl cued by tli. mm. mean., an4
my ((.'ii.-rnl limltli gremly liuiniTl, until
ll i. now .cl.iil. I f. .1 a Uunilrml rr -cent
MMii.'er, aihl I altr.liul. IheM nnulla
n the una of the 8AKIAI-AKII.I., wlilrh
I reuimiiiieii.l Willi all eoliltilrne. . th.
brat IiIkhI iiiwleiuti rrer ileiriiril. I took
II In hiiihII ilnte. tlirra tiineii a day, and
iuel, In all. leM than two bottle.. I plaea
thenti fneU at your aervloe, hoping lu.tr
puliileation may lo good.
Vour reipvelfully, Z. T. WlLDa.
TU. abor. Iiutanee U but one of th. many
.oiiiuiiilly 'tilu( to our notice, which prove
th. (wrfuct aU,UkllHy of Aye' Sakiv
fu i i.I. a to th. cur. of all dluaie. ariiing
f.-oin liiipur. or inipof.rlahed tlopd, and a
eleantM, enrlehe., and i rengl hem th. blood,
tlumlate. the action of the tiomach and
boweli, and therthy enable th. tritem to
realntainl oTercnni the attack, of all Senfn
Iwl Ditentri, Erupt iaM of th Skin, .'
mnlim, Ca'arrh, Grrrtl DfWilf, and all
disorder, reiultiug frnin oor or .orrupted
tuood and a low .late of ilic ytcin.
Dr.J.C.AyeriCo., Lowell, Man.
old by all Druc;tt: price f I, tlx bottlM
, for V
, Dost Purgatlvo Medlclno
Mil HUniin IMiuiril. ru.
old .rerj wlieie. Alvraj'. reliable.
Kotier. Lis and rhy.lcUae
rooommeiid It. , ,
it n r;cT parcotij.
Cio World's great l'oIn-Ec-Ilrvlnjr
tiuudio tiud euro Surni,
Wound", 7calt Back ond
IHicumatUm u;ou Sinn, and
Strains, Calls ami Lameness
jtoa Beasts. Clicap, culclc
CrxrX3 tt dbcwttla- tinea..
Tanaa. Craoknz Viua Lx t
IleaJ, rUd L'reatA, EonTne.,
and asy Catarrhal Cotarilalat,
esa la exterminated ly Wat Fo
Jleyer'a Catarrk Cnre.aCenKI
tntloaml Antidote, by Ab.orp"
ilea. Tia au.t Imporiaat Cla"
erery ainoa Vaeetnatlea.
WUI keep en band a general aevwtment
rrmceriee, rroruioiu, Cured MeaU,
Toliaoi-o, Cli-ar., pawnee.
Candle, rioai, 'otiou,
Ureen and Dried Knit.,
Wood and Willow Ware.
Bralnea. will be conducted on a
Low Prices are Established-'
r.. JI.Uw.A wtthnnl eh ire. U RnVtl
iii k-iurKnrpRfinnrF WANTtr
. , . . .
Tht Kramliil Cam nf the R pnblinn Caru
Tari'd rjpnn lurir mil i Rrwillile
Belched Forth mlo the Old Du.k.
WANTS 8"O.OO0 FOR III8 CIlAtlACTKO.
IXDIASAPOtlS. AlU. 14 O'l tll 8th
in.t. UmSiiliii'lfftliUoitycontrtinMl'0fKO,,!,iBI,jt v.Mon 0f M0ja enjoy.
n iditoria1 clnrging that B'aino ln.d
atvluwl hid p.eiwnt wife in Kentucky
and tlirrt fliil to Maini, when, tin
young woman and Iiit father following,
hn niarritnl lir at tliA point of a shot
gun. Mr. Dlai:.n tli'railiod Gil.
Ilollowsy of ihn Tini that the irtate
mont wm mnliciniia.y and infmiiouHly
falao in dvrry part'eu'ar. Puliticnl
.lander, lm say, hn pays no attention tiiuht, at my home, cla ming, as an
to, hut thi attacking the honor of his 'd of BulHilo, my full uliaro of
wife and children cannot W auhmitteil Vr" HuJTuloiimnP, ap
,. , , , propruto to thimisi'lves on this ocias-
to. Ilolloway wnn awked to eoure the jan'
vices of a lawyer at once and rin ! I am glad that our State has within
uit against the respniiHilile puUisher
of the Sentinel. Col. H dlnway placed
the matter in the hands of Senator
Harrison's law firm, and papers are
in the course of prepaiatioti in accord
ance with Blaine' in-truuiiun.'.
Harrison, Miller A Elain, attorneys,
in accordance with lilaine's directions,
tiled this f vening, in tho United Slates
Circuit Court, suit against I he Indian
apolis Si'iitinel Company and John C,
ihnen.uker, its president and Imsini HH
nannger, who, it clmrg-s, controls and
lirevt the publication of that paper,
ritt d x uiiient TOee!s as follow:
"'1 hat on the 8th day of August,
1884, sitid defendants, wickedly intend
inji to injure, delaine and scandulize
the plaint ill, did maliciously print und
.iuMikIi, in tin regular daily isHue ol
taid pap-r for that day, of and con
oerninjf plaintiir, a n rtain seandaloii.
,'ulse and defamatory article, in the
vnrds fcllowiug: 'Gun Dlaine allord
tt The campaign war agaiiiNt Chv"
and in, to ttay the lend, indecent. Fail
n to lind vulnerahle points in his pu'i
ic record, In enemies have assaulliHl
itippoi-d irreuulvrity in hi privati
onduct. They have drewted and re
InsHi'il iliHHlliur until the actual fact'
if it are hut a snmll part of the fur
Sdowed, drilled nnd pull-d Hgure
talking in the Maine Ilepiliicnti
rints. Thi liesmircl i ig of piivate
iharacter is the stock in trade of the
lluine folks; it is all they have to oiler
igainstlhe Democratic candidiitn. Ilul
an James O. Illume allord this plan of
at t lel If his flanks are ss unprotected
is they ore currently understood to lie,
s he not provoking a scathing tire
lerii.it'iii these asHaul' to lie made on
trover Cleveland! The Democrac
rill hardly remain quiet on ItlaiiiHS
niter life, when his supporters are r
torting to acnndal-mongering against its
candidates. The charges against Mr.
Cleveland, and- which are false upon
-heir very face, can, it apicars, he
u rued on Mr. Maine and made to
itick. There is hardly an intelligent
nan in the country who has not heard
'.hat James 0. Maine lietiayed the i'ir
whom ho married at the muzi'o of a
The Democratic press has hal ti e
nagnamity not to put forth these re
ports which must cause pain to the
ineinW of Blaine's family. The Re.
puhlicsn papers have long known of
them and have allotted them to go un
denied. If Mr.N Maine was scoundrel
enough to 1st ray an innot nt girl; if,
tfter despoiling her, lie. wus craven
nough to refuse her legal redress, by
giving legitimacy to hr child piilil
hotgun stimulated his conscience, then
there is a Mot on his private character
morn foul if posiM than thn countless
stains on his political record. IIi
wriduct disclosrs moral ohliquity ren
dering him undeserving of social conti
denoe and an unlit man to In Presi
lent. A candidate with such a record
ttinnot a fiord to asail his opponent.
As liotween Cleveland and Maine,
hat fair minded man can hewiute to
pronouncn the forme? a clear and purer
mailt Plaintiir lays his damage at
130,000. This evening itis understood
i hat to morrow proceeding will I 1st
gun against Shoemaker and th" author
of the article, und r Gruldi' liM law
in the State Court. This will compi 1
Mrs. Mainei attendnnce ns a witness.
l'arry Sullivan was onoe playing
Othelio at Dublin theatre, when the
scene appeared for him toaxk Desde
mona for the handkerchief; lie com
menced: ,4Cive nie the handkerchief;"
pause Vi he hamlkerchiet; anolher'oot (.Xrsrienc'nia a feeling of exvpera
paose "Givejne the h a ndkerehief." lion at the ihoight that a flunkey
1 when A voice ltd
A voice Ifom the front was li anl (Clan e) his hud it in his power to in
( laini: "Ah, misier Hulliran, suit the dicnitv of American .ciir.'-n-
. aorr, wipe yonr noae wid your fingers,
k 8pit.li rf Ifiivrr fltTiluml.
Tim following is tlm npfech of Gov.
Clnvi-laittl nt tlif 2(J Aiiiiuitl Saengr-r-fi
st at Hutralo, July 1G, 1883:
I lutvn coini! to join my fellow-town
nirn and ilu'ir viaiiorii in tli fxirciw
Itiili iiiAiii'urittti a fi-htival of muaic and
It nny l H.tMy nuiil, I think, that
no ono who hit called this hi Iioiiip,
and who lm enjoyed a residence in
thin heitutiful city, snd lias learned
the kiiidnew of it people, ver forget
then tliiii)M, or fail to experience a
KutikfautMui in whatever adds to thn
preMige of the city, nnd tiifi pride and
erpvnioMt of -U iiilinliitnnf.
And thus it i that I am here to
it hordcrs a city coi.taining sufficient
Herman enterprise and enough of
the O.Tinrtn love of music, to secure
to itself the honor and distinction of
Is'ing selected ns the place whero this
national fesiival is held.
I deaire. to feel free, lo-night, fiom
oflicial responsibilities and restraint,
and aia private citizen, to join in wel
coming our giieM to my home, but I
will not foHiear, as the executive of
he great Stnle of New York, ami on
b -half of all its teople, to extend to
those here assembled from other States
a henty greetiii-,'.
At this moment tho reflection is
uperinoKt in my mind that we, owe
much to the German element among
our people. Jleir thrift anil indus
try have added immensely to our
growth and pmsperitv. The md and
solemn victimsof American overwork
m ty learn nf them that labor may m
well done, and at the same time recrea
tion and enjoyment have their place
in a busy life. They l.nve also broucht
to u their music nmltheir song, which
have done much to elevate, refine and
improve, and to ilemnnsliato (hat na
ture' language Is as sweet as whm the
stars niiii'4 together.,
I am inclined to think that a music
loving people are not apt to m a bad
wnpe; and it muy well be hoped that
tvetsion like this will tend to make
th" love and cultivation of musio more
universal in our Innd,
We hear, sometime, of the assimila
tion of the people of iliUerent nationali
ties, who have made their homo upon
Ameiicini soil. As this process goes
o i, let lh German's love of musia Ik
a re fully included to the end that the
b t elements of human nature may lie
improved and cultivated and American
life lm made more joyous and happy.
I must not detain you longer; butter
thing naitit you.
'lo the stranger tuest.I pledge acor
liul hospitality nt ti e hands of the
Germans of Buffalo. I know the
anrmlli of heart and kindliness of dis
position of those who have you in
charge, and no other guaranty is
To my fellow townsmen, wlio have
labored thus far so faithfully in pre
puration for this occasion, I cannot for-
ear saying yur most difficult and del
icate work will not lm done until yoar
guents depart, declaring the twenty
third the most successful and enjoyable
Saengerfest upon the li.t, and confess
ing that the most cordial and hospita
ble entertainer aro the Germans of
Ibr liiih World.
There is absolutely nothing in Blaine's
career to gnin Irish votes, but there
nay ls solid reasons in- his barrel to
.ibtain venal newspapers and politrians
American and Irish, colored and white.
Since ho wrote articles in his paper
inciting the most bitter feeling against
foreign citizens hut mote - especially
the Irish, in all the positions he has
occupied, his adherents cannot show
one favorable action toward tho Irish.
In 1881-2 the Irish World, Greenback,
which is now aiding Blaine, expressed
Jiff-rent opinion of Maine's foreign
policy. Here are a few extracts from
that paper of that date: .
"As Blaine is a thorough demagogue,
he thinks, pi ilinps, that he may sue
ced iu winning some of the Irish
Ameriian voles by figuring as one of
theora'ors at a SL Patrick's night
iianqueu lie forgets that his presence
nt such a meeting after what he has
dure is an insuU to every intelligent
Irishman present." Mon'h 11, 1882.
'Such a man hps iio conception nf
what is due to the honor of the. TJnitt
States, and should never be placed in
a position here he can diagrnce our
Government" Novem's-r 12, 1881.
"W en i not rite of this man with-
ship thewyithi lajt-a intuited."
JA3 h . PAai- an! g9 on wid the the play.'
December 10, 1881
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