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ESTABLISHED FOR THE DISSESIMTIOS OP OEMRATIC PRIOIES, AXD TO EARN AS IIOXESTIITIM BT THE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1885.
5He (City Guard.
I. L. CAMPBELL,
Publiihar an I Proprietor.
fn 5,it l U of Wilhmattt
Street bjUJsa SjventU aal Eiath Street.
Per Ann-Mi $159
Three Aliath 73
A lAitidinanftt lnurttd .a follow! r
Ou li t it'd, 10 liu or 1 , one Insertion S3;
saoh lubieniiaut 'rsoit.ua 81. Cash required in
dvanw. v '
Ti n3 alvjrtisers will be charged at the fol
One square three months SO 00
" " six months 8 00
" one year 12 00
Transient notice in local column, 20 cents per
use lor eacn insertion.
Advertising billi will be rendered quarterly
All ioh work must be paio roe on iiklivcuv
vt tl A A
.Meet flnt and third W.lntwlnys In earli
Hrssoss Bctts TiODom No. 9 I. O.
f ". kO. F. MteTer7Tne1aTcnin(f.
Mta on the Idani UU WVluftklays in nwh month.
1 nr.-,. Vn 11 A f TT. W
Meeu at Masonic Hall the iocond and fourth
Fridays in each month.
J. M. Sloan. M. W.
Kilpatrick Post, X 49, G. A. R-Meet
t MMonh H ill, the tit and third Fridays of
ach month. By order, Comuanoer.
Ordkr or Chosen Fribnds. Mh the
rat and third Saturday evening at Masonic
HalL By order of J. M. Sloan, O C.
Hum Lodoi No. 3G7, I. O. G. T. Meet
- Tery Saturday night In OJ I Fellow' HalL
E. O. PoTTEn, W. C. T.
Lkauins Stab Band op Hops -Meets at the
P. Churuh every Sandy aftsrnonn at 3:30.
R. Hmstun. Supt: Mi Bertha Cook, A't
8upLi Chas. Ilill, Sec"y, Mi Haiti. Smith,
Chaplain. Visitor made welcome.
C. M. COLLIER.
BILYEU ' & COLLIER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,-
ETJGENB CITy, OREGO.V.
PttACriCB IS ALL THE IjOURTS OF
tliit State. Will (rive special attention
to eollectione and probate matters.
0rnci--0ver Henilrick & Eakin'i bank.
CEO. B. D3HRIS,
Attorney awl Counsettor-at-Law,
17-ILL PRACTICE IX THE C3UUTS
V of the Second Judicial Diutrict ami in
he Supreme Court of this Htate.
Special attention riven to collections and
matters in probate . .
Geo. s. Vashburne
HUG EN a CITY', - - - OREGON
Office formerly ocsupied by Thompson &
CEO. M. MILLER,
Attorns anl Coaa33ll3at-Law, and
; Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITV, - . OREGON.
OFFICE-Two doors north of Post Office.
EUGENE CITY OREGON.
SpeaUl attentiin given to R91I Estats Prao
ice and Abstracts of Title.
OrrtCB Over Grange Store.
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Vilkin's Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth street, wher. Dr Shelton
Dr. Wm Osborne,
OSco Aijolni.is St- Charles Hotel,
OR AT THE
wDauj'.SToaE or hates ari'iucnr,
DR. JOSEPH. P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT niS OFFICE or res
idenco when not professionally engaged.
POST OFFICE Dr.UG STORE.
Kesidencs on Eighth street, opposite Presby
rwn Church. '
WALTOH & RCFFS1SCEH
EUGENE CITY, ORECON,
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Courts f the State.
Special attntinn Riven to Real Eatate. Col
lotine; Probnt. matters.
Collertin? all kimU ft claime ?ainit th.
, TJnitM Stti Government
OiTvcS in V.'altria's -ri. k -rxiro uI -
twuw lwgTMBayarS "
wn : lis;
. tsT A GENERAL.
A large a ssortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
Good Dress Goods dt 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 ! !
ATROXIZK THE MEN WHO HELP T
SCHOOL HOUSES, whoae intereutH aa
spend their profits at home. Take notice that-
Will sell goods for CASH at irreatly reduced priCeSf M low as any other CASH STORE,
Best Prints lb and 18 yards .' ... .SI 00
Best Brown and Bloached Muslins, 7, 8, 1), and
Clarks an 1 Brooks spool cotton 75 cts per Dos.
Plain snd MUled Flrnnels, 23, 33: 43 and 50
Water Proo , cents
Pino White Shirts, 73 cts and SI.
And a!l Other Coeds
Also the Celebraied
WHITE Sli -VING MACHINE I
Nons bsttsr for s'.renjth, sue, aul durability I,
MT'Tomy ol I Cutome"s. who have stimd by
tirns as heretofore on tiiu. but if at any time they wisli to tnak. t Aha puwhwes, l wm give
all sni, as others, the full credit dh iny reduction A. V. rb I EKS
Goods sold as
in Oregon, for
uasn ur ureoi
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Prduce. Gall and See
$.11. -.Friendly. '
HAVING OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP 01 8th STi
wert of Craiu Bros'., I am now prepared to furnish everything in that line at th.
LOWEST :ES,2?SS. .
Are em ploywt, and I will friJeavor to give satisfaction to til hjn& favcr
rne with t call.
if i ll
Trimming silk and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
TJie finest stock of French
ever brought 'to this place -
BOOTS and SHOES
in all grades
of all descriptions.
BUILD YOUR BilIDGES, ROADS AND
your interests 1 Are permanent! located and
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 60, 75 ots and $L
New Assortment Dress (ioods (No Trash) 15,
20 and 23 cts.
Mens' Underwear. Shirts and Drawers, 60 ct
Mens' Ovenshirts, 75 cts. and $L
Mens' Overalls, 60, 63, 7b cts and $1.
Kiubrnlderies and Edglns at Fabulous Low
at Proportionate Rate3.
At greatly reduced rates.
mo so I mg, I will i continue ti sell on same
low as any House
FFICE SOUTH RIDE OF NINTH
Street, opposite the Star Buksry,
Call promi tly attended to night or day,
Chn nio diseases a -inlty.
W. V, Henderson,
Z5 23 T 3C S T.
tss.'1-.L'v HAS RESUMED PRACTICE
Ti 1 witts nfhee In Hays' hrick.
UH"rf My operations, will be fint
das and charges rensnnable.
Old pfitrons as wel as new cnes are Invited
DR. L. P. JONES,
Physician and Surgeon.
WILL ATTEND TO PROFESSIONAL
call dny or liighr.
OFFICE-Up atuirs in Hays' brick; or can
be found at E R Luckey At Co's drug .tore.
Offico hours: 9 to 12 ui, 1 to 4 p m, 6 to 8
p m. unll'tf
Dr. J. 0. Gray,
OFFICE OVER GRANGE STORE. AU
laughing i;as administered for painless ex
traction of teeth.
DR. W. C SEHLOHEDE,
SrJ 1 (? QrrJ
13 NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
in Cottatre Grove. He performs all opera
lions in mechanical and surgical dentistry. All
work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed.
Geo . W. Kinsey,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Real estate (or sale Town lots and frrrus.
Collections promptly attended to.
ItESlDPNil, corner Eleventh and High fits.,
Eugens City, Oregon
ALL KINDS OF WORK DONE IN THE
Ivst of style at reasonable rates. Pauls
from W npi
Shop and residenco on Olive street between
Sixth and Seventh.
slways Carol oad uover dlsap
volnts. Thowovl-'s groat Pain
iWlever for Kaa and Boast.
CltMp. quiok nd rellahlo.
la cot Narcotic. ' Children
grow fat upon, Mothers lilic,
aud Physicians recommend
CASTORIA. It regulates tho
Bowels, cures Wind Colic,
allay Fcvcrlshncss, and do
WEI BE METER'S CA
TARRH Care, a Coostltationai
Antidote for this torrlbl. mA.l
sV. Absorption. Th. moit
Important Discovery since Vso
sinatioa. Other remedies may
roliove Catarrh. tlJs cures at
ny stage before Consumption
Croceri3 ""r Provisions,
Will keep on hand a general assortment
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats,
ToKacco, Cigars, Candies,
Candles, Soar, Notions.
Green and Dried Fruits,
Wood snd Willow Wsire, '
Business will be conducted on a
Which means that
Low Prices are Established
Coodi delivered vitboot charge U Buyer
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
Kv M.b we will pay the highest ira-kel
pr"' AS T. PAG f.
I Common Lie Muled.
Il lms Istn long tlin lioast of thr
Rppul.lican party, nrocialljr that por
lion of it who rliil thnir filiting at
hnnin and saved thn war, like a few
l)rafrinj fools in our own midst, thai
it furi.iahi'd Ihn nortlipni army win.
went in as ItopuMicana, fought as Re
publican and came out aa RepuMiuana,
where tlu-y cam out at all. That had
it uot been for the Republican party
there would have ' Wn no Northern
army. That a very lnrs; rsn.-entnge
of Northern lotdifra were RepuMicaiiH;
that not to exceed twenty per cent.
of all th soldiers of the Northern
army were Dmnocmta, Thus waa the
nag and lather apread on and worked
in for years. As thn fog has lifted the
H;ureii in the graaa are discovered to
lie standing out so plainly and boldly,
that every person who wixlusa can see
for himself as to how much truth or
how much of falsehood there has been
these many years made and repeated
from one end of the country to the
other, as to the numerical strength of
the Republicans in Northern armies.
Here are a fow paragraphs of ftctx
taken from figures obtained from the
War Department at Washington and
from the records in dilTerent States, as
the same are now Wing overhauled,
worth nothing and putting aside for
From April, 1861, to April, 1865,
thn New Euglnnd States furnished A
total of 363,163 soldiers, of whom
144,040 wero Democrats and 2 1 9,1 22
were Republicans. Taking 1864 ai an
averace, the Republican vote of New
England was 323,747 and the Demo
cratic vote was 189,003. Compare the
uumlier of Democratio soldiers in the
Northern army from New England
with tho numlier of Democratio votes
in the six New England States, and
compare these with Republican votes
and Republican soldiers, and the reader
will see which of tho two, in propor
tion to their strength, furnished the
most fighting material
Tho total number of volunteers and
enlistments ns soldiers in the Northern
army from April, 1861, to April, 1865,
2.078,967. Of these soldiers in the
North?m army, 1,222,000 were Re
publicans and 1,456,907 . wero Demo.
The Democratic1 volunteers from
what is called the Solid South in the
Union army und navy during the late
war were 31 1,832. The Republican
volunteers from the Solid South worn
Of those who volunteered into the
Northern army during the wtr overall
others than the Southern States, 967,
708 were Republicans and 998,033
The Democratio majority of all ho
volunteered or wnt into the Northern
amy was 234,847, showing that the
Democratio party of the North had a
larger representation in the field by
morn than a quarter of million of peo
ple than did the Republican party.
The total Union troops from tin-
slave States were 433,503, of whom
03,441 were blacks.
During the late war 29,000 Union
prisoners died in Reliel prisons, and
26,000 Robot prisoners died in Union
The State of New York sent to the
war as her portion of troops 243,649
Democrats; 203,201 Republicans, mak
ing a total of 448,850 of her citizens
who went forth to fighb for the preser
vation of the Union.
New Jersey sent 42,818 Democrats
and 33,996 Republicans.
Ohio sent 154,248 Democrats and
Pennsylvania, with ill her immense
majority, sent 167,998 Democrats and
Wisconsin, another strong Republi
can State, was represented in the
Union army by 42,935 Democrats and
Illinois, another Republican State,
was represented in the Northern army
by 135,091 Democrats and 124,001 Re
publicans, 'her total being 259,092.
I.. liana sent 109,393 Democrats and
93,965 Republicans into the Union
army, her total Wing 203,363.
lows, an intense Republican State,
In n- all tVuirwrsts were clnsw-d n
reliels, iraltots, copperheads, lickspit
tern, Ac, sent into the Northern army
33,495 Democrats and 42,747 Republi
cans. Her total was 76,242.
Michigan, another heavy Republican
State, was represented in the Northern
army by 40,803 Democrats and 43,561
Minnesota, another strong Republic
can State, sent info the Union army
10,187 Democrats and 13,833, Repub
licans, Tim Southern, or an called Rebel
States, furnished Democrats to the
Northern army as follows: Florida,
1.230, Kentucky, 74,395; Louisiana,
5,224; Maryland, 44,344; Mississippi,
545; North Carolina, 3;i56; Texas, 1,
965. Virginia aud West Virginia
were represented iii tho Northern army
by 30,139 Democrats, while Missouri
had iii the Northern army 92,063 Dem
ocrat. Tim total Solid South furnished
to thn Northern Army 314,832 Dem
ocrats and 33,230 Republicans, includ
ing the blacks; It will be seen from
tho aliove figures, which are reliable)
thit the R"publicans have greatly de
ceived themselves in this matter, and
that the Democrats hi their love for
thn Union aud the great confederation
of States handed down to us through
generations of honest men and Dem
ocratic rub', did much more to preserve
the Union than did the Republicans
who first gained their foothold in New
England and other States tinder (he
avowed declaration that they cams (o
destroy the Union.
Some One has said that truth crashed
to earth will rise again. . That the
eternal years of God are hers. So it is
that as the returns come in or are
opened so that they can be got at by
those who are curious to know the facts
in tho case, the Republican party is
proven to have leen a great big brag
and bluster from Ihe first, even as it is
a very rotten, stinking carcass at (he
last. Hereafter, in thn facn of facts
collected by the adjutant generals of
the States, transmitted to the War De
partment here for verification and ex
amination, let no Republican ever
ain say that the Democrats ever1
sought to destroy the Union or failed
in their work of preserving it.
Ano'her thing in this connection
worthy of thought and bearing in mind
or future reference. The Republicans
have continually been talking oft
S did Democratio' South! They have
pounded it into th) minds of the people'
from every Republican platform, pulpit,'
and newspaper office in the North, that
the South ever has len solidly Dem
ocratic and therefore all bad, Con
These persons forget that previous to1
the war it was tho custom of the South
to give Whig majorities. That the de.
niand for tho nomination of Bell and
Everett as Whig candidates came up
from the South. That in many of the
Southern States and localities it was no
uncommon thing for the Democrats to
find themselves in the minority, with
thn Whigs in the majority, and that so
called Whiggery had a stronger footing
south of Mason nnd Dixon's line than
it ever diJ north.
Another fa?t worthy of remembrance
The popular majority against LiacoTn
and Hamlin in I860, was 840,924; (he
pnpulir majority against McClellah and
Pendleton.in 164, was 406,812. The
number of Democrats in the army
shortened the Dehiocrat ic vote in the
North, while the nurtber of Republi
cans who staid at homo for political
purposes, while thero were a majority
of the Democrats in the army, swelled
the Republican vote in 1864. The
total, vote of all parties November,
1860, beinjr 4,573,828. The total vote
in November, 1864, was 4,830,000, at
which time there was a Urge excess of
Democrats, as voters, in the Northern
army still operating in the South or
sleeping in southern soil after hard
Printing ink is being manufactured
from the lamp-black, or soot produced
by natural gs burned against sheet
iron. A New York firm proposes to
lease or buy two gas wells in Pennsyl
vania, for the purpose of engnging ia
the manufacture of printing iuk by tl-.a
U of fftH. '