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ESTABLISHED FOR THE DISSEJlIXTlO!i OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES, AND TO EARN M HONEST LIVING BY THE SWEAT OF OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1885.
S'k &itxt (City Ginri
I. L. CAMP3ELL,
PJrtishjr ail Proprietor.
Of HO l -') 1 t'i "3 i 1 of Willamette
t fltrojt l))t.vjja Siveatb, u:il Eighth Streets.
OCa ONLl .
It AT Pi 3 OF ADVKKTI3WO.
'' Advertisements inserted ho follows :
Oik t iu:u-e, 10 liu-M or I, one Insertion 1 3 ;
- Mch subtenant inset t. on IU Cash required in
Tins alvertiser will be charijed at the fol
, owiur ratJ: '
Una srpive tliree mouths (0 00
" " six months 8 00
' " ouiyw 12 00
Transient notices ia local column, 20 cents per
llae for each insertion.
Advertising billa will be rendered quarterly.
All job work must be paid for on pelivekt.
Ettas lioooa No It, A. F. and A. H.
Meet, first and third We loesdays in each
"i 13 riser a Bum I-oiwii No. 9 I. O.
JO. F. Meetsevery Tuesday evening.
Wimiwhal ENCAHmnT No. 6
Mta oa the Id and 4th Wednesday, in each month,
KooEifie Lome, No. 15, A. O. U. W.
Meet it Masonio Hall the second and fourth
Fridays ia each month.
J. M. Sloan, M. W,
Kilpatrick Post, No. 40, O. A. R. Meet
t Masonio Hall, the tint and third Fridays of
aoh month, By order, Commander.
i'frobr op Chosen Friends. Meet the
j'st and third Saturday eveninss at Masonic
lau. uy order of. J. M. bloan, u u
Butte Lodge No. 3G7, I. O. G. T.-Meets
Terr Saturday night in Odd Fellows Hall.
- E. O. Potter, W. C. T.
IjR.vdimh Star Band of Hope Meets at the
P. Church every Sunday afternoon at 3:30.
.'. Houston. Hii)t. J Miss Bertha Cook, As't
Bupt; Unas. Hill, Secy, Alias flattie Mnltli,
Chaplain. Visitors mado welcome.
C M. COLLIER.
BILYEU & COLLIER,
ttornsys and Counsellors at Law,-
EUGENE CITY, OREGO.V.
PBACTICB IN ALL THE COURTS OF
this State. Will give special attention
to collections and probate matters.
Office--Over Hcndrick & Eakin's bank.
CEO. B. D9RRIS,
Attorney and Counsellor
WILL PRACTICE IN THE CDURTS
T V of the Second Judicial District and in
he Supreme Court of this State.
Spejial attention given to collections and
matter in urobate
Geo. s. Washburne
ISUJENE CITY, - - - OREGON
Ofllce formerly occupied by Thompson &
CEO. M. MILLER,
'Ittbhifej and Ccunslloat-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
OFFICE Two door north of Post Office.
J. E. FENTON,
KUGEXE CITY OREGON.
Special attention given to Real Estate Trao
ioe and Abstract? of Title.
Office Over Grange Store.
T.W. HARMS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Vilkin's Drug Store.
lksidence on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
Dr. Wm Osborne,
O.Tics AJjaini.ij St- Charles Hotel,
- OB AT THE
W DEJKSTOIS OF H1TE3 ard LUCIET.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not professionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Trashy
WALTQrl & KOFFSIHGER.
Atioi iiejs-at-La w.
n .7 i. ,
tiT A GENERAL
A lar&e assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
12 1-2 cts.
Good Drnss 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
PATRONIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T
SCHOOL liUUciES, whose interests are
spend their profits at home. Take notice thut-
Will sell goods for CASH at reatly reduced prices, as low as any other CASH STORE.
Bestrrints lb and 18 yards .SI 00
Best Brown and Bbached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
10 cts. ,
Clarks and Brooks spool cotton 75 cts per Do.
Plain and Milled Flrnnels, 25,' 35; 45 and GO
Water Proo , cents
Fine White Shirts, 75 cts and 11.
And all Other Coeds
Also the Celebrated
.WHITE SE rVIlSTG MAOHIaSTE !
V,n Kst.tor for utiwnirth. s!z. noil dtimliilitvl.
i" To my obi Uustoniers, wlio have stood ny me so i mg, i win ouiuiiui vi sen on same
tarms as herstofore on time, hut if at any time they wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
ill sin, as others, the full credit on my reduction A. V. PETERS
Goods sold as
in Oregon, for
Cash Or Credit
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and See
S. M. Friendly.
HAYING OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND 'HARNESS SHOP 0. 8th STUB
west of Grain Bros'., I am now prepared to furnish everything in that line at the
Are employed, and I' will enJeavor to give satihfaction to all wh j ma favcr
ma with a call.
A. S. CUHUIK.
Trimming silk and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
Die finest stock of French
ever brought to this place.
. BOOTS'and SHOES
in all gradcs-
of all descriptions.
BUILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
your interests t Are ueruiani'iitlt located and
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 59, 75 ots and $L
New Assortment DroHs Goods (No Trash) 15,
IV ana zo cts.
Mens' Underweah, Shirts and Drawers, CO ct
Mens' Overshirts, 75 cts. and I L
Mens Overalls, 50, 65, 75 cts and tl.
Embroideries and Edgins at Fabulous Low
at Proportionate Rates.
At irreatlv reduced rates.
low as any House
TFICE SOUTH SIDE OF NINTH
btreet, opioito the Star Bakery.
Ck11 promt.tly attended to night or clay.
Chfiilc dte&aes a eoialty.
W. Y. Hcmlcrson,
33 23 XJ JE 3C 3 T.
rr HAS RESUMED PRACTICE
frfttj "s" "'c hriclc.
tituJ AlT ojiorfttiona will be flnt
cIum and charges reasonable.
Old patrons as wul as new cm are Invited
Physician and Surgeon.
WILL ATTEND TO PROFESSIONAL
calls day or night.
OFFICE Up stairs in Hays' brick; or can
be found at K H Luckey A Cos drug store.
Office hours: 9 to 12 in, 1 to 4 p m, 6 to 8
P m. unl'.'U
Dr. J. C. Gray,
FFICE OVER GRANGE STORE. All
V work warranted,
Laughing gas administered for painless ex
traction of teeth.
DR. W. C SEHLOREDE
T3 NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
JL in Cottage Grove. He perforins all opera,
tions in mechanical and surgical dentistry. All
work warranted and satisfaction uuarautecd.
Geo . W. Kinsey,
: JUSTICE CF THE PEACE.
Real estate for sale Town lots and ferma.
Collections promptly attended to.
- Rehidknce, corner lCleventh and High St.,
Eugene City, Oregon
A LL KINDS OK WORK DONE IN THE
best of style at reasonable rates. Pants
from w up.
hhop and residence on Olive street between
Sixth and Seventh.
wwrwrffw, 1 1 1 1 m jt? ViWt 1 ea
faj JMUJU ijubU MWUM.
Jvayi Cures an'l never illsap
volata. The world's great Pais."
KeUever for Man and Beast,
Cheap, quick and reliable.
ts not Narcotic, Children
grow fat upon, Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
CASTOUIA. It regulates tho
Bowels, cures Vliid Colic,
allays FevcrLshncss, and do
WEI DE MEYER'S CA
TARRH Cure, a Constitutional
Antidote for this terrible m
y, hf Auforption. The most
Important Iisoovsry since Voe"
sination. Other remodle may
relieve Catarrh, tlJs enrol at
any atige b of ore Consumption
Croceris "J Provisions,
Will keep on hand a general assortment
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats,
Tobacco, Cigars, lundics,
Candles, Hosi, NotKUf.
. limm snd Dried Fruits.
Wwxi and Willow Ware,
Business will be conducted on a
Which means that
Low Prices are Established
Cooili delivered without charge to Bojei
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
Vir whiah we will pay the highest market
fH-IC. JAB U 1AUC
Bene r a
ill . 1 .
Jire MemiHut ai('urabit.
Plantingof the Pine.
A Votm Read Ji'ne 17, 1885; on the Occasion
OK THE I'UNTlNu OV A CLASS TREE BT
THE (ilUDUATINO CLAHS Ot THE
Univerhitt ok Orkuok. .
"And bo shall b lika a trr planted by the rlnri
Wave, Hermes, wave thy wreathen waund,
And call the exiled gods once more
From dreamful lands that lie beyond
The wailing Acheronlo shore,
The ever young and ever fair,
Whose leafy brows and wave swept hair
The laureled minstrel, blithe and fond,
Sang in sweet numbers o'er and o'er.
Satyr and nymph and oread calt,
. And all the race of rugged Pn;
By streams that weave the madrigal, .
Through groves Sabean breezes fan,
Lure them, 0 Hermes! with the shell
Which breathed of old a magic spell
That made the Argus-eyellds fall, '
And loosed the Arglve maiden's ban!
So lead thorn hither, let them move
Among us on this festal day,
Mystic as shadows in a grove
Whore tressy gleams of suullght stray,
And seen aloue by those who keep
Pule watches o're the bards that sleep
In the bright garlrnds genius wove
When Greece was young and gods held sway.
Listen I there Is a stir of leave
And rustling as of flowers strewn,
And wild wood odors from the sheaves
Of bloomy verse tit blent and blown;
Naiads and dryads all are herd,
And fauns that whisk the furry ear,
And many reed led chorus grieves
O'er days discrowned and fanes o'erthrown.
And now their breezy murmurs hail
The planting of the votivi pine,
And Terra spreads a damasked veil
And Summer spills an opal wihej
Since days wore bora and years bean
The plus was sacred unto ran,
And not a mystic rite shall fall
To greet a scion of the Hue,
Lo, It is done! the beauteous throng
With sylvans whispers slowly parte
Sweet as a fading wave of song
That lingers in enraptured hearts
When night are still and moonlight falls
On arches gray and broken walls,
And every thought that drift along
A tint of waning life imparts.
A scent of myrtle, rose and mnrrh
And ivied brows and musky hair
Floats faintly by, and the swift stir
Of fancy shakes the perfumed air,
And o'er the blue Helloiiio seas
The burning clmidi of myetcrle
Sail on and waft the worshipper
To shrines that glimmer everywhere!
For youth Is all devout and Greek,
A dreamer crescent bfnwed and curled,
To whom woods, winds and waters speak
The language of the poet's world;
So, we to classic shade Invoke
With speech and song and altar smoke
The glory of a race antiipie
While yet our waiting sail is furled. .
iVround our Uln of dreamland lie
Th sweep of lieryl-bosomed seas,
Ami flora's gold and purpled skies
Stoop over it, the languid breeze
Itoiters with laughter's rippling tone
And musio fading Into moan,
And waves, with sensuous sweet sivhs,
The bannered beauty of the trees.
To past ami future, lo! w raise
A green memorial and a fans
Where glowing nymphs and sheeny fays
Shall sleep In moonlight's silver rain, ,
And floating sun and shadow play
When we are sailing tar away-
Sailing the sapphire straits and bay
That sparklo round life' rocking main.
No marble monolith Is ours,
Nor granite from Hyenlo caves,
Ni weary Sphinx whose dark brow lowers
Where irrny sands drift in arid waves)
But, from its mountain home, the pine,
A living monument and shrine
That broathet an odor rich a flowe -s
When they are laid in wintry grave.
All honor to the sylvan race,
The beautiful, erect and free!
Thoy stood in Eden's glow and grace,
And Death and Life were named tree!
Their beauty was a sacrament,
At once a temple and a tent;
The tree was man's hrst dwelling place
And sang his parting thernody,
They lift tin ir decorated crest
In Homer's -ng and Holy Writ,
And Prophecy beneath them rests
When all th boding star are lit;
All down the columned year they stand
In robe of splendor and command
Ambassadors of high bebesU
Whilo rosy summers flame and flit
Beneath a date grove's pleasant shade,
At Ellin Israel reposed,
And under oaks of Mamre laid
Th wanderings of Abrara olored;
Ami dark Deborah, weird and calm,
Near Ramah sat beneath her palm
And in prospective thought arrayed
The fates by Iirvl s God imposed.
The Druid and Dodona oaks,
How glosmily their arm extend1
Above th pagan altar-smoke
Th priests and priestesae attend!
How waves the windy beech that grow
Hard by th Scaean gat and throw
A plaintive shade, while shout and stroke
Storm on till Epio thunders end I
Again Olympian gods are met"
In robes that swsep and shine like flame,
And lo, Athene's olive, set
In attic soil, has given a name
To Athens; and we tura and lo, '
Where Babylonian waters flow
Hushed htrps, on willows hung, are wet
With teats sorrow an 1 of shame.
Enough! Tlia glory of th tree
In every age a fate fulfills
And move t oug al th harmonie t
Of speech that soars and song that thrills,
And round this fair memorial j
Tie fit that we these name should call
Who give to sun and cloud and breeze
A native monarch of our hills.
Oh, proudly in th Siskiyou
His prinoely tribe arise and reign,
And get delight of Summer dew
And strength of Winter' toiling strain
While bright Madrnnas at their side
' Like courtly princesses abide
And tell the scarlet hea Is they use
As symbols of a passion slain.
All round the varied torest sweeps
A cloud of changing lovelines.
Where Juns's adorning sunlight sleeps ,
On gleamy brow and braided treat,
And rosebey lights th leay gloom
With torches of auroral bloom,
Ami the lithe unthtr lurking creep
With footsteps soft as a caress.
And there, like som barbaric King, . .
All mailed in bronze-red dragon scales,
The pint-tree towers-glad to fling
His royal ensigns to th galea,
And, in hit robes of golden green
That glisten with a vibrant theen
And garnished wiih bright oones that swing'
Like jewels over all prevails!
Th Gothlo minstrel of th woods,
He sings th lightest lullaby,
Or, swept by winter' fitful moods,
1 he battle chants, and loud and high
Th Pyrrhic numbers rise and rol,
To midnight stars, and Earth' great toul
Wtilt In th solemn interlude
Of death and woe that never die, .
The shriek of hln and war of .wave
And fury ot th blanching urge,
Th desolation of Ion grave
And shouts that still th onset urge,
The sob of maiden in despair
And all sad sounds of earth and air
The harp of Thor o'er peaks and cave
Blends In the paean and the dirge.
So, to thl Academlo hill , i
. V bring a scion of the breed,
To be, until our fate fulfill,
A shrine, a Pharos and a creed,
Whose lifting crest tnd wider reach
Of branch an.l plume shall ever teach
Our lives to rise and broaden still:
In wider lov and nobler deed.
And a in sun and cloud snd storm
Caress of winds and tweet of dew '
II shall arise a klnglier fmin
At days drift by and yean renew,
Our souls in calm and tempest tried
In higher mansions shall reeUl.
And winter gale and tephyr warm
Shall waft us on, serene and true.
Returned from We' Olympic fields, .
Here shall our cherished bay be hungj
And her shall rest the spear and ahield
Which in the battles flnshsd and rung;
And here, when Dian fills her cup
And alt the panting stars are up,
Eros shall wvs the bow he wield .
And tender hearts to lov be strung"
Adieu, oh prido of mountain lands!
Ill long watch of the year I yours,
While we with on long vlssp of hand
Pus from our Holy Mother's doors;
Fair is the wreath that memory brings,'
But Hop on hyaciuthine wings,'
Will bear us to enchanted strands
Where the resounding ocean pours.
High on the future' blue facade
Superb intaglio we engrave,
And dreams in rich mosaic laid
Adorn the te.iselatcd pave:
Wild is the light that streams upon
The lofty pillared propylon
And many a myntlo seen portrayed
On sculptured frieze and architrave.
Oh! life U no Emlynilon 's sleep,
Itiwe-roofed In dear Meander' vale.
But, clambering from steep to steep,
Defiant of the Augurs pale,
Like Perseus and Heracles
We win the asphodels of ease
With labors long and angubih deep
And courage never born to fuiL ,
"The strongest fortross is th mind,''
As wise Antlntlienes has said,
And In Its diamond towers we find
Repose when youth and friends are fled
111 heart's red passion flower fad
And soft eyes lose their misty shade,'
But crowns of ainarauthiis twined
Are for the world that knows no dead,'
The voice thut wsnd'ring lo beard
From the Caucasian cliff aud cloud,
Still speaks, unuiarred by hope deferred
The spTendld Titan call aloiid,
Anil, trustful in the coming morn . , ,
Of right and truth, his laugh of scorn -
Rings when th thunder's wrath is stirred
And lightnings wreath hi tempest shroud.
The banquets of the gods survives,
Tho' mixed with marring saioksand flame,
And over us the terneit drive . , .
With flick'ring fires and cloud of blame
' But, thanks to Promethean deed,
Th gates are all ajar that lead
To amaranthine hope and live
And gorgoous firmaments of fame.
lam Z. SimpttHt
Syrup of Fige.
Nature's own true laxative. Pleasant to th
Palt, acceptable to the Stomach, harmles in
Its natii'e, palnW In Its vtion. Cure Ha
bitual Const Ination, Biliousness, Indigestion
and kindred ills. Cleanses the system, purities
the biood, regulates the Liver and acts oe the
Bowels. Breaks tip Colds, Chills and Fevers,
etc. Stren;:hten the organs on which it acts,
Better than bitu r, naiisvou Liver nwiicinoe,
pills, suits and drugs. Sample bottle- fr,
and large ones for sale by V M WDkins,
Eugene, W S Lee, Jnnrtl. a.
.WkudinoOrijh. We li.v.-o j-i-t received
from Chtcuro the finent lot of wedding cards
and invitations ever brought to Oregon. Frus
for the earn very lilieral.