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EST1BL1SDE0 FUR MB DHSEIMITIM OF 0H0CUT1C PIUSinH.lSB.Tfl I1U IS nOKItUTBB Et Tlllltit OF 0UI HOW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1884.
t (gugeaf (Situ Guard.
I. L. CAMPBELL,
Pablismr anl Proprietor.
OPPICI-O:. thi E.'tslle of Willaraetta
re.tbitw.ieB Seventh and Eighth Streeta.
TERM OF SUBiCRtPTIOX.
.. Advertisements Insert! - ... ow .
Oaa enuare. W lin" -sa, on Insertion 13 :
aofcanbiequent 'rwu.ua $U Cash required In
meVivsrtisers ba chanted at the fob
Una square three months JJJ
" iix mantha 8 JJ
" " one year " 00
Tramient notice, in local column, 20 cents per
n. for each insertion.
Advertising bills will be renrlered quarterly.
All iob work must ba Tio for on nsuvsiiv.
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K0QV.KB uuw- " ...
Vest. Srst and third Welneedaye ia each
ii , m TAnA Kn. a) I. O.
tO. F. Melts every Tuesday . vening.
aats .a the Id an Mb wetnesoays m
Esus bum, Vo. 15, A. o. y. w -Maeu
at Masonic Hall the second and fourth
Fridays in each month.
Kilpatriok Post. No. 40. O. A. fc-Maet.
t Masonlo Hall, the fint and third Fridays of
each month. By order, ComiAXnEH.
.laosa or Chosm Fsn'"s.-Mwts the
rat and third Saturday evening at Masonic
Halt By order of J. M. Sloa. C.
Butts Lonoi No. 357. I. 0 0. T. -Meets
very Saturday night in 0 1 1 Fellow Hall.
E. 0. Potter, W. C. J
Lit ii iixa Star Baxo or Hope -Meet at the
C. P. Church every Suniiy afternoon at 3:31).
J. K. Houston. Supt.: Mi Bertha Conk. Ast
8npt) Chas. Hill, Sec'y. Miss Hattie Smith,
Chaplain. VUitore mado welcome.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law-
EUUEN'K CITV, OKttUOV.
PRACriCK IX VU. THE COU RT.S OF
thl State. Will sive cil attention
a eollecti m and probata mitt in.
Orios- )jr W. Y. X Co.s Express office
, CEO. B. D3I.31S,
Attorney an'l Counsellor-at-Law,
tVILT, PRACTICE IX THE C )ITI1TS
f of the Second Judicial District and in
he S;iprme Court of this StU
Spenial attention given to collections and
metiers in in(late
G33. S. VVa3hburne
iOr.EXJ CITV, - - ORKfJON
Onice formerly occupied by 'ITioinpion 1
CEO. NL MILLER,
JLttora7 aai Couas3llaat-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
UGKXECITV, - - - OREGON.
OFFICE-Two doors narth of Poit Otfice.
J. E. FENTON,
KUGRXE CITY -. OREGON.
Spaalal attention given to Real E.Uta Prao
tiaa and Abstract, of Title.
Orf ici Over Grange Store.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drucr Store.
ICsidenca on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
Dr. Wm Osborne,
Offiw Adjoining St- Charles Hotel,
- OR At THI
w Dana sioas or hates sad lucky.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
AX BE FOUND AT HISOFFICE or rea
Vyidenea wheq not proteasionauy angaBeu.
Otfioa at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence oa Eighth street, opposite Presy
J. S. LUCKEY,
Clocks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc
Repairing Promptly Executed.
, Gtf-AU TTark Wmmmu4.Jt3
J. S. LUCKF.V,
E'Ja-rurthi Co' Brick Willamette street
1 B. BOTS.
t- A GENERAL
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrcns Hose at
12 1-2 ds.
Good Dress Goods at 12hc
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of N ew
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
Liberal Discount tor
New Departure ! !
3? WO 3P333CCfESS5 T
rnTi)ivri' Tiiu M iv wmi mi HT .
JL SI ilULi HUL'.M'.?, whose intercut urn
ipend their prohta at hoiue. J ake notice that.
Will sell goods for CASH at reatly reduced pri0es, as low as any other CASH STORK.
Best Prints lb and 18 yards $1 00
Best Brown and BL-ached Miudins, 7, 8, 9, and
Clarks and Brooks spool cotton 7" cts per Dot
Plain and Milled Flrnnels, 23, ST.: and 50
Water Proo , cents
Fino White ShirU, 75 cts and L
And all Other Coeds at
Also the Celebrated
WHITE Sli AHSTG MACHINE !
v letter fnr .trvn-'tli hia. mnl dnrabilitvl. At trreatlr reduced rates.
C-iTTomy old Custome-a, who have stood by me so ling, I will continue t- sell on same
trms as heretofore on tima, hut if at any time they wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
all am, as others, the full credit on my reduction . A. V. Pfc I ERS
Goods sold as
in Oregon, for
SI t ,1 Vk
Cash Or Credit. '
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and See
S. H. Friendly.
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HAVING OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP 0 8th STRE
west of Grain Bros'., I am now prepared to furnish everything in that line at the
Are employed, and I will ?nJcvor to
me with a call.
7 1 imminp: Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
The finest stock of French
ever brought to this place-
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descriptions.
umi n viiitu mnuvc lmirw AVIi
your iuwriMts I Are permanently located uin
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 50, 75 eta and 8L
New Assortment Dress Goods (No Trash) IB,
20 ami .'." cts.
Mens' Underwear, Shirt, an 1 Drawers, 60 ot
Mens' Overshirts, 75 eta. and $1.
Mens' Overalls, 50, 67, 75 cts and SL
Embroideries and Edgins at Fabulous Ln
low as any House
giro -atibfaction to U h J rua favcr
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DR. W. C- SEHLBREDE.
13 NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
in Cottaire (irove. Ha performs all nitra
tion, in mechanical and surgical dentistry. All
work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed.
A larue proportion of the ilist'sara which
cui.o imiiiHii sutfering result Iruiu derange,
mm. uf the aUHiiaoli, Uwol, and liter,
.Uni'it Uatuaiiiic I'ilu act dlrwiljr un
IIii m organs, and are especially Uc.ltnrd to
cue the diseases cauwtd by their derange
niiMii, Including Cunstlpallon, Indite
tloil, Dyspepsia, llvadarlie, P) .cntery,
an.l a host of other ailments, lor all of
which they are a safe, sure, prompt, and
ileaiatit remedy. The extonslve use o( lliuta
PlI.H by eminent phy.icians )i regular prao
txi', .hows niiinl.lnkably the asllmalinu lu
alili'h they are held by the medical prods
ii. Thnto PILL4 are eoinpouudcd of vegetable
lulutitiices only, and are alwolulely free from
canmn lur any other Injurious ingredient.
A Sufferer from lleadacha writes I
"Avr.u's Pn.u are Invnluiible to me, mid
are my cou.laiit coiuiaiiioii. 1 have hern
a nevt'ie .ullcrcr Iroui Headache, and your
I'M.i.n are Hie only thing J could look to
for relief, due dime will quickly mofe my
hiuel. and free my head from iu. 'Ibry
itru Hi. moat elfeallve and the easiest phy.la
I have ever found. 1 1 1. a pleasure to me to
apeak iu their praise, ami 1 always do so
wliuu occasion olfers.
W. L. l'nit.of W. I.. Tsge & Tiro."
Franklin SU, ltlchmoud.Va., June ii, Ml.
l have used Avkb's Pii.i.s In number
Ion. instances as recommended by you, and
Intra never known them to full to accomplish
th. i desired result. We constantly keep tlieiu
.in liuiid at our home, and prite Ilium as a
Iihasant. safe, and reliable family medicine,
'Oil insrKl'SIA tltey aro iuvuluuble.
J. T. Hai ita."
Meila, Tesas, June IT, 11X1!.
The Brv. Pram-is n. Haiilowp, writing
from Jlhu-'i, (in., says: " 1'or soma years
Ll 1 have been subject to conMipalioii,
froui which, iu suite uf the uo of tneill
elims of various kinds, 1 suffered liicresting
Inconvenience, until some months fluo I
bKan taking AvKlt'a I'll. I J", 'lliey Lava
entirely eorrecled the costive hiibit, and
bare vastly Improved my general health."
A V Kit's L'ATHAliriR I'lLLS) correct Irregu.
larlllcs of tlio bowols, stlmulala the ap
tlte ami digestion, nod by their prompt and
thorough action glvo tone and vigor to the
whule physical economy.
Sold by all Drugglsli.
All exerleiiee the wonderful
beuelloial allects of
Children with Rore Kyes, Bora
I Kara, or any scrofulnu.i cr syjilv
llitle taint, may be made healthy ami ttrong
by lu usa. '
Sold by all Druggists ; 91. als bottles for tU
Kotisra Lte and PliyslcUns
IT 13 HOT HARCOTIu'.
tlio "World's groat raln-Ko-llcvlngr
remedies. They heal,
Bootlio aud euro Burni,
Wounds, Weak Back nnd
Ikhcumutism upon Man, nnd
retrains. Galls nnd Lameness
pon Dcasts. Cheap, quick
EPURT3 of lBustlnr; Moans,
SnnQes, Crackllnz Pains ia tbo
IIosmI, FsUd Ereath, Deafness,
and but Catarrhal Complaint,
cab bo exterminated by Wei Co
Meyer's Catarrh Cure, a Consti
tutional Antidote, by Absorp
tion . The most Important Die
eoyery since Vaccination.
Will keep on hand a general assortment
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies,
Candles,' Hoar, nouous.
Green and Iriei Fruits,
Wood and Willow Ware.
Business will be conducted on a
Which means that
Low Prices are Established
Coodt dcliTerrd without thirge to Enyei
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
VnrwhUh we IHlT the hlgh.tmarkt
f,. J AS. I. . r.V'l Ii
THE snOT GCI WEODHG.
The Plotned Knight Placed en the tack.
Libel Jnatined la Fart
Indianapolis, Sept 4 The answar
of the 8entir.el Company in the Blaine
liliel rtuit was tiled in the United Stated
Court this morning. The defense ad
mits printing and pulilmliing the article
complained of in the imtue of Aupust 8,
1884, and denies that it was false in
any particular thereof. It sets forth
that James 0. Blaine was married to
Harriet SUnwood ai Pittsburg on or
aliout March 25, 1851; that prior to
(hat time, during the courUhip, Blaine
teduced Miss Stnn wood; (hut he refused
to make reparation for (he wrong done,
hut heuig afterwards utrongly urged
thereto, and strongly threatened with
chastisement and punishment therein
for his said wrong doin, and per
chance repenting him of the evil, mar
ried her, as stated; thnt in June fol
lowing a child was horn, known as
Stanwood Bluine, which lived two or
three years, and was always known by
plaintiflf and wife as their son. By
reason whereof defendants say thn mat
ter and things set forth in the article
are true, and the same hning true they
were published of and concerning said
plaintitr hy defendants as they justly
and lawfully might da
QUESTIONS TO DR ANSWKItF.D.
Defendants tilo with their answer a
number of interrogatories, and require
that the same he answered by the
plnintitT, under oath, positively and
without evasion, within such time as
may be limited by the court thereby,
among which are the following:
State when you finally loft Ken
tuckyt If you, at any time, resided
there.! When you went there! Where
you were next employed, and in what
business or calling!
It you answer that the maiden name
of your wife was Harriet Stanwood,
state when she finally h ft Kentucky,
aud when and where you next met her!
Give the state aud place of your
marriage, and tlio name of the persons,
besides yourself and wife, who were
present on the occasion!
' What acquaintance had you with
Jacob Stanwood! What relation was
he, if any, to the person you married,
and what conversation did you have
with him lefore said marriage, con
cerning the same, and where did such
interview, if any, occur, and what was
said and done tliorein!
Was the first child of saul marrisge
born on the 18th day of June, 1851!
Where did said child ajie.! Where was
it buried! If in any cemetery, givo the
name of the cemetery! Was there any
tombstone or monument erected at the
grave of said child, giving the date of
its birth! and by whose direction was
said tombstone erected! did not said
tombstone War the following inscrip
tion, relative lo the birth of the child!
"Stanwood Blaine; born June 18,
Has any portion of said inscription
on said tombstone been erased siuoe its
erection! If so, what portion therofl
What acquaintance hove you with a
book caled "The Lifa of James O.
Blaine," written by Itus-toll II Con-
well, with an introduction by Governor
Robie of Maine, and published by E
C. Allen & Co., Augusta, Maine, in the
year I834T were not tne proois oi
such work submitted to you, for revis
ion! Is not the statement made upon
the 68th page of said book, as follows:
'Miss Stanwood, in March, 1851, be
came his wife at Pittsburg, IV A
correct statement of , the time and place
of your niarriago! Did you not com
municate to the author of said book, for
his use in said work, the name and
place of your marriage as aforesaid!
ANXIOl'S FOR TRIAL.
Isdiasapolis, Sept. 4. The follow
ing statement was to-night furnished
the Associated Press correspondent at
this point by Mr Shoemaker:
"To the public: Biased reports have
been sent from Indianapolis by certain
press correspondents that indicate that
defendant in the suit brought by
Mr. fllaino will seek to deUy a prompt
trial. On the contrary, we shall seek
to expedite the conclusion of the case,
and anticipate being ready for an issue
before a jury early in October, it not
Jo:ix C. Siior.u 5En.
WhT He Rniitd.
Ex-Senator Grady.one of lammafiy's
little bosses, has resigned from the
New York Democratio State Commit
tee, and it ia claimed that lie will op
pose Cleveland regardless of any action
Tammany may take in Cleveland's
If there's one man in New York
who more than any other should oppose
Cleveland's election to the Presidency,
it is ex-Senator Thomas F. Grady.
Grady was a Senator when Cleveland
became Governor, and was the leader
of the Legislative jobbers in that body.
He naturally got at cross purposes with
Cleveland, as jobbers and the Reform
Governor couldn't harmonize.
When Senator Grady came up for
re election last year, Gov. Cleveland
wrote a private letter to John Kelly, in
terms of utmost frankness, expressing1
his anxiety that Grady should not be
returned to the Senate. His reasons
to Kelly for wishing tin defeat of
Grady were thus expressed: "I know
that good legislation, based upon a purr
desire to promote the interests of the
people and the improvement of Legis
lative methods, are also deeply in
volved," and either Kelly or the people
of the district concurred in Cleveland's
views, and Grady was not re-elected
A man who was retired from the1
Scnato on the assault of a Reform Got'
ernor against discreditable legislative
methods, ought not and cannot con
sistently support such a Governor for
President, Ex-Senator Grady is entire
ly right, He can't be expected to sup
port Cleveland, and if his opposition ia
Cleveland shall be as effective in pro
moting Cleveland's electien as it was at
Chicago in promoting his nomination.
Grady will render a good service lo th
party and to the country.
Blolnc't Soil again., the Irgatv
The Portland, Maine, Artjns, h9
this to say about the suit of Blaine
against the Indianapolis Sentinel: "Mr.
Blaine has gone into the libel suit busi
ness, it seems, to the tune of $50,000.
What the occasion of it is we have not
learned, but we suppose a repetition of
the old Kentucky incident. If that be
so, why did he not attack the Chicago
Times, that had two columns, support
ed by affidavits! This is ft very old
trick with Mr. Blaine. lis tried it on
uh more than twenty-five years ago, to
the tune of $20,000 if we remember
coriectly. We paid only for the writ
in the civil euit, A year and ft half
after ho had us indicted in another
county and we promptly demanded
trial, but we did not succeed in getting
it, and at the next term of orurt ft nol
pros, was entered without our knowl
edge at the opening of the terra and
official notice given us thereof. The
whole thing wss mere hlutT. Western
editors will not be greatly disturbed by
attempts in the same line now. If Mr.
Bluinu proposes to be a witness, as
seems so be intimated, there will be
great inteiest to hear Mr. Blaine's
version of the alluir. As a matter of
fact, however, mi will do nothing ot the
sort After the election he will get
out of court the easiest way he can."
The Boston Journal, tiltli-scrsper in
chief to Jas. G. Bluine, has been scrap,
ing Buffalo with ft fine-tooth comb for
scandal oozings affecting Governor
Cleveland. Scrape away, Journal, but
be careful year representative does not
run his scraper over that part of Ken
tucky in which Bro. Blaine once re
sided, and over the snug little village
in which hi taught school "Boston
Senator Henry B. Anthony.of Rhode
Island, died at ProviJence, in that
State, on the 2d. Senator Anthony
has long held a prominent position in
Congress, and was highly respected In
the National Legislature. He was in
his usual health a few hours before his
death, tnd was attacked by vertigo and
The Irish know pirfectly well, or
at least the great aiaaa of them do, that
if Blaine got up ft quarrel with Eng
land on their aecoun:, he would i.ot
have his party at Ins back, and that
without his party behind lii' his quar
rel could not lost '"i" r g t lieyond