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ESTABLISHED FOB THE DISSEMINATION OP DEMOCRATIC PaHCIttES, UD TO KIRS 11 HONEST LITI'G BT THE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1884.
I. L. CAMPBELL,
Publisher atii Proprietor.
OKFITS-On thi Hut side of WUUmett
netbetvrion Seventh and highth Street.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
RATK OH AT) VKItTISlN'G.
lnnrted 10 follows:
nil., unm 10 linn or lM. on. insertion S3 1
uh subsequent mi t .on 91. Cash required lu
Ti;ni alvett'weM will be chanted t the fol
One square three months ? 00
" " six month. 8 01)
" " one year 12 00
Transient notice, in local column, 20 cunts per
line lor each insertion.
Advertising bills will be rendered quarterly,
All iob work must be paid kob nt obuverv.
tttami Ijido No 11. A. F. anit A. M
Meet, fi rat and third W. laewbtjre In each
0. F. Meetsevery Tueday evening.
Hit oa the Id ua ttb. Wednemlay. in eaca
Kuuxxe Loons, No. 15, A, O. w--
Meet, it Muonio Hall the second and fourth
Friday, in each innnth.
J. M. Sloas, M. W.
' V.riTi.inir PrwT W.v 41. O. A. Tt.-Meets
t Masonic H ill, the first and third Friday of
eh month. By order, ' Commandkb.
Ordsii of Chosks Friends. Meet, the
ret and third Saturday evening at Mnmuuc
RalL By order of J. M. Sloax, 0 C.
Burn Loots No. 307, I. O. G. T. Meet.
Tery Saturday night in Oi l Fellow' Hail.
. E. O. Poms, W. C. T.
Lsvmms Stab Band or Hops Meet at the
.P. Church every Sun i ly afternoon at 3:30.
.K. Hi'wton. Sst.: Mil" Bi'rtha Cook, Ast
Suet; Chas. Hill.'Sec'y, Mis H ittie Smith,
Chaplain. Visitors made welcome.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,-
ElMEN'K CITY, OlUV.JOtf.
P'iV.-!ri '313 IN V.LTHU COURTS OF
tliii .Will :e-pecinl attention
t ealle-Jti'MM an I nr.ilut mittiirv.
Jsui - )ver W. K. Cj.' lepras, offme
CE3. B. D3.13I3,
AttomsifiiiM I CuMisdlor-
nLr. pit vci'P-u in niB orirrs
1 ni tin e.-nd .i'l lioi'd Diitriot and in
fciStirMi-0 .ir. of t'..U.StiU
Hpjil t.;ir.i.n given to cudection aim
UAtt:r in lrtita
G39. . Wa3hburne
&XJ iENE CI1X - ' - - OREOON
Onioe formerly ocoupied by Thompson &.
Bean. . 8mJ
GEO. M. MILLER,
Atteasy and Csunsallor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY-, - - OREGON.
OFFICE Two door, narth of Pout Olfice.
KUGENE CITY - OREGON.
Spioial attention given to Real Estate Prao
tie and Abstract of Title.
OrnoB Over Grange Store.
Physician and Surgeon,
Wilkin's Drug Store.
K.ldence on Fifth .treet, where Dr hhelton
Dr. Wm Osborne,
Office Adjoining.St- Charles Hotel,
- orJit ihb
W DRtia 8T03S OP HATES aal LUCKET.
r.n TnQVVlT P (iTT.L.
CAN BB FOUND AT IIISOFFICE or rea
idence when not profeionaUy engaged.
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence oa Eighth ttreet, oppoaiU Preabr
J. S. LUCKEY, 0&
Clacks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Tiep,":" T'mntnt)v y.XPV.ntpd.
I B. BUM'S.
R3T" A GENERAL PJ
A lar$e assortment of La
dies ami Childrcns Hose at
12 1-2 cts.
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
Liberal Discount for
New Departure !
TWO ES2,3:033S I
fATKONIZK THE MEN WHO HELP T
I SCHOOL HuUriEb, whoiie inturvoU are
pend their profit, at home. 'J ake nutice that-
Will .ell goods for CASH at crreatly reduced prioe., a. low ae any other CASH STORE.'
Best Prints lb ami 13 yard. II 00
Beet Brown and Bljaclied Mtulius, 7, 8, !), and
Clarki and Broolai .pool cotton 7 ct er Dot
Plain nnd Milled Flrnneln, 25, 35: 43 and 00
Water Pnx , oenU
Fine White Shirts. 75 ots and $1.
And all Other Coods at
Also the Celebrated
AVHITK SK rVING M-A.Utd.liS hi I
Von. btter for strenifth, she, and durability),
WTTomy old Customer, who have itood by
all sin, a. others, the full credit on my reduction
trms as heretofore on tim, hut If at any time
Goods sold as low as any House
in Oregon, for
Cash Or Credit.
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Prduce. Call and See
S. H. Friendly.
HAVING OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP 05 8th 8TRB
west of Crain Bros'., I am now prepared to furnish everything in that line at tb.
ZiOWSSTKATES. ' .
" - .u,vor i0 j,;ve gatUfaction to til hi rua facr
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
Hie finest stock of French
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descriptions. i
CASH. ' .
BUILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
vour intorenU 1 Are peruianeiiUy located and
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 50, 75 .t and 91.
New Assortment Drexi (Joodi (No Trash) 15,
20 and 20 cU
Mens' Undorwear. Shirts anil Drawers, 50 et
Mens' Overshirts. 75 cts. and .
Men.' Overalls, 50, Cj, 76cUand$l. ' '
Kmliroiderie. and Edgini at Fabulous Low
At greatly reduced rates.
me so 1 mg, I will con tin iw to sell oi
iney wish w uu -" r""-"""7. "
OR. W. C SEHLCREDE,
IS NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
In Cottaspi Urov. II perform, all opera
tions in mechanical and aurgical dentistry. AU
work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed.
w.ts the tlmt pr.nratioii ik tUtiI) idnptrd to
urn iliKft. vf the scutt, auil die first suo
Cuful rusUMur uf ladod or gray hair to lu .
natural color, gru ill, and youthful beantyt
It bos had maiiy liiiiutora, but Hunt bar. so
fUliy met all the Kiiulreiuelils liretKul for
tlte proiier tn-atinrnt of tlio hulr and scnlp.
Il.li.h s lljkin ltKsr.n rH lws .icuillly grown
lu IiiVor, ni.J sirrsd lu funic nud usclulnis
to .rury iiuartur of the globe, lis unra.
lelrd surctw call be nllrlliulrd to but on
eaiu: tltt rnHiru'liluiail ;' Hi ;iniiMir,
The proprietors bare often bteu surprised
at Hie receipt of orders from reinoio coun
trlts, wiiere llicj had ncrer t- aJe an ellort for
Tlie use for a short lime of HiLI.'s lUl
Kknkwkh vomlvrfully Improve tb per
tonal npiearance. 1 1 elvnnsi'. the scalp from
all Impurities, cures nil humors, fever, and
drynexa, and thus prevents baldnrss. It
tluiuliitni the weiikcnml glauds, and enHblri
them to push fortranl a new and vigorous
growth. 'J'lie effcet. of this article are not
transient, like the of alcoholic preara
tions.biit remain a long time, which uiakei
its use a matter of economy.
' rou tub
TDll elisng. tb. Ward to a rmtural brown,
or black, as desired. It produces a permanent
color Hint will not wash awny. Consisting of
a sliiplo irepurailon, It Is applied wllhout
LP. BALL & CO., Ma N.H.
SoH by all Dealer, lu Mwliclms.
FOR ALL THE I0EM3
SrroOilnna, Mcrcnrliil, and
ti',''A sesri'liiug m
jfVi bloml-purlUor, is
Sold by all Druggist I tl, six bottles, ti.
Motbara liJk and Pbyalelaaa
IT IS NOT NARCOTIC. '
the World's great raln-Ro-HcvIiir:
sootlio and cure Burns,
AVounds Atenk Hack and
niicumatism upon Sinn, and
Sprains, Galls and Lameness
jipon Beasts. Cheap, quick
SPURT3 of tU.sa.tlas Mm,
Snuffle. Crackling Pain la th
Head, rtld Sreath, Deafa..,
aad aay Catarrhal Complaint,
ean to ztonniaatad of Wot Do
Meyer'. Catarrh Cora, a Consti
tutional Antidote, fcjr Ah.orw
tlon. Tba most Important X)!
OTry sine Vaooinatlom.
Croceris nd Provisions,
Will keep en hand a general awnrtment
Groceries, Provision, Cured Meats,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies,
Candles, Hoar. Notion,
Green and Dried FrulU,
Wood and Willow War,
Busineat will b conducted on a
Which means that
Low Prices are established
Goodt dcllTfrtd without thirji U injti
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
r-orwlUb w illpr th hlKhirDaikt
w . i . if
M . I.
From an f xchangA we take ilm fol
lowing list of members of tin pretont
Igilature of Oregon, which meU on
tha first Monday in January nnxt for
tha thirteenth biennial aewion. (Demo
cratio members arn designated thus,):
Elected in 1882, Baker I D Hainea
Benton: Thos E Cauthorn.
Clackamati: John Mjers.
Clatsop, Columbia and Tillamook: F
Grant: INnry Hall.
Jackson: P P prim.
larw B Dorria '
Linn: Enoch Holt, MVR Bilyeo.
Marion: William Waldo, T W Da
venport, Jacob Voorheea.
Multnomah: Sol Hirsch.
Umatilla: S M Pennington.
Elactml in 1884 Clackamas: GOT
Coos and Curry: J M Siglin.
Douglas: John Emmit, J II Shupe.
Josephina: II B Miller.
Lane: E P Coif man.
Linn: Jas K Weatherford.
Multnomah: Joseph Simon, J 0 Car
Polk and Benton: Jos D Lee,
Polk: John 0 Allen. ,
Union: L B Rinehart.
Wasco, Crook, Klnma'.h and Lake
0 M Cartright,
Washington: D W Hare.
Yamhill:' Henry Warren, 0 II
Baker: Geo Chandler, RA Lock-
Benton: W P Keady, John A Hen
kle, M J Connor.
Clackamas: F 0 Geer, II Will, J K
Wait, Alex Thompsou.
Clatsop and Tillamook: C Lienen
wclier. Coos: John Rolierts.
Coos and Curry: Walter Sutton. '
Columbia: R D Cole. ,
Douglas: O W Riddle, Henry Rog
ers, Chas Wilcox, Wm Manning.
Grant: O N Mcllaley.
Jackson: T F Brail. Theo Caneron.
Josfphiri': Arthur Porter.
Klamath and Lake: U F Abshier.
Lane: R B Hsyes, L Bilyeu, R
M Veatcli, A D Burton.
Linn: Henry Cyrus, L II Mont-
anye, Harvey Shelton, J H Peery,
T J Black, F A Watt.
Marion: A N Gilbert, W A Cusick,
M A Flinn, Lewis Bleakner, Alex
Downing, Chas Miller.
Multnomah: John Ken worthy, J
Bourne, Sr, Goorge L Storey, Wm
Bsrnes, IIS Davenport, J E Mayo, L
Polk: 8 D Gilwon, W II Kuyken-
dall, Jos Craven. '
Umatilla: J L Morrow, L B Cox.
Union: F T Dick, E E Taylor.
Woscoand Crook: A K Lyle, W
Washington: W A Prosser, W B
Jolly, 1 1 Smith.
Yamhill J R Sanders, E II Wood
ward, J 0 Nelson.
Senate Number of Senators, thirty.
Republicans, seventeen; Dmuocrats,
House Number of Representatives,
sixty. Republicans, thirty-five; Demo
crats, twenty-five. .
Joint Convention IN umber or mem
bers, ninety. Republicans, fifty two;
Democrats, thirty oiglit.
The Paris correspondent of tha New
Orleans Picayune tells of a St Louis
belle, who, while in the former city,
took a dislike to a gentleman who sat
at tha same table with ber at the hotel
Ont day, noticing biro take soma salt,
she called to the waiter to remove the
salt-cellar, "because the man's knife has
been in it." When dcaert wm reached
"that roan" ordered tha waiter to' re
move the dish of frnit, because "that
ladr helped herself to grapes with ber
fingers." ' A day or two later M'lla.
appeared at dinner, dressed very decol-
letta and determined . to get even.' So,
toward the end of the repast, she sent
the gentleman a fig, as much as to say:
"A fig for you, sir!" Thereupon he
sent her a fig leaf. Those two persons
hated each other so much that they
finally married and ara uuw amonx the
I tt beloved in Missouri.
Cleveland Expreuet Bit Tlcwr.
Boston, Nov. 22. In tha course of
an interview with a representative of a
Boston paper to-day, President elect
Cleveland, speaking of tha business and
manufacturing interests of the country
and the effect of the change In the ad
ministration on these interests said: "It
goes without saying that the Democrat
io party is made up of merchants, busi
ness and working men, and every body
suroly deserves good times and realizes
that all the peoplo must be prosperous
to insur that result. We have 53,.
000,000 people almost boundlfss re
sources of hundreds of tha strongest fi
nancial institutions in the world, thou
sands of enterprising merchants, tha
most skillful manufactures, and the
most intelligent farmers and working
men on the face of tha earth. Now,
surely a country with those characterise
tirs has every qualification for solid
prosperity. It will be my aim and ths
aim of all those associated with m in
the conduct of affairs at Washington, to
g,ive the people of the United States a
safe, economical and conservative gov
ernruent The fact that so many busi
ness men and manufacturers and work'
ingmen voted with the Democrat!
party this election shows that they were
not afraid of a change in the adminis
tration. The Domocratio party, in il
Chicago platform, meant what it said '
and said what it meant, and will carry
the provisions of that platform which
relate to the business interests of thff
country into effect The roost import'
ant thing is a restoration of contideneo
and determination to forgot partisan
heat, and devote our lives to th coun
try and all ot its people. In this work
every man should feel t,hat he has
part to perform."
At ths election recently held in Cal
ifornia an amendment to ths eonstitu'
tion of the state was submitted to the
people to have the state printer print
the school books for the state instead
of letting contracts to various book
publishers to furnish them to the state.
Two years ago the senate of, that
state passed the following" resolution;
Resolved, That the State Printer ber
and is hereby directed to institute art '
inquiry into the cost of compiling and
publishing free text-books by the state-,
and ascertain, in connection, the cost to
pupils in common schools of Readers,
Histories, Arithmetics and Spelling;
Books, and to report the' result of ruvlv
inquiry at an early day.
In otadience to that . resolution,
James J. Ayers, Superintendent of
State printing made his report which
was very can-fully considered after
which the bill submitting the constitu
tional amendmunt was drtwn up and
Ihe report of the Superintendent
contained the following synopsis as- the
final rate that ths various hooks couli
be furnished at:
Spellers, 100,000 copies, cost
per copy. ' 8.12(5 cts
First Reader, 100,000 copies,
cost per copy, 8.286 otv
Second Reader 00,000 cop
ies, cost per copy. 17.920 etc.
Third Reader, 60,000 cop-
ies, cost per copy. 2 CI,' 14 ctf.
Arithmetic, 60,000 copies,
cost per copy. 28.891 eta.
Grammar, 60,000 copies,
cost per copy. 20. 1 67 cts.
History, 60,000 copies, cost
per copy. 29.658 cts.
Grand total I 38 292.
Important to All. Ths following
is found irt the new postal law and ia
of interest to all "When a letter has
only one stamp when two are required,
it will not be forwarded, hot detained
at the mailing olBce, and the postmas
ter will send a postal card to the ono
addressed, for stamps sufficient to pre
pay the lardy letter. If the writer
name be known to them, he is first no
tified, and if neither party respond;,
the missive is sent te the dead letter
For sale: A job lot of correct chart a
for Salt river the result of a' quarter
of ft century's experience on that stream
giving bars, sunken rocks, etc. Ap
ply at this office. We hv no further
use for thin, and will therefore accom
Buxkte our Urpublican (iu;iiLUto them.