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ESTABLISHED FUR THE DISSEMINATION OF DEMOCRATIC PIISCIPLEJ, ASD TO EAR.N AS HONEST LIVINC B! THE SWEAT OF OUR BROW.
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5t; (J5ijjjj iCUj Guard.
I. L. OAMP3ELL,
PMhsr a'l I Proprietor.
OmO i -)i t'n i h of Willamette
fitnjjt bjtjj l So vont'i mi l Eighth Streets.
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Thros M ;ithi. . .
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Timj advertise;- will bo charged at the fol
o rltij rates :
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Transient notice in local column, '-'0 cents per
lias for each insertion.
Advertising bill will be rendered quarterly.
All job work must be paid roll os dklivehy.
Eooenk Ixjdoi No 11, A. F. and A. M.
,Moet dint mil third We Inesdays in urh
yW:Hi(. Bpbwm BnTti l)nnK No. 9 T. O
jtgi. 40. F. Meets every Tuesday eveninjr.
et. on the Maud 4th Wednesdays in each month,
Ebuknk Loimie, No. 15, A. O. U. W.
Meet at Masonic Hall the secoud and fourth
Friday in each month.
J. M. Sloan. M. W.
Kilpatuick Post, No. 40, G. A, )?.-Meets
t Masonic Hall, the tirst and thin! Fridays of
oh month. By order. Commander.
Order or Chosen Friends. Meets the
rt and third Saturday evening at Masonic
Hall By order of J. M. Sloan, G C.
Butts Loons No. 307, I. O. G. T. - Meets
very Saturday night in Odd Fellows' Hall.
E. O. Potter, W. C. T.
Leuins Star Band of Hope Meet at the
P. Church every Sunday afternoon at 3:30.
E. Hinston. Supts Miss Bertha Cook, As't
upt; Chas. Hill, Soc'y, Miss Hattia Smith,
Chaplain. Visitor mado welcome.
a M. COLLIER.
BILYEU & COLLIER.
-Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,-
EUGENE CITY", OREGON.
PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF
this State. Will (,'ive special iittontion
to collections and probate matters.
OmCK- -Over llendriok & Eakin's bank.
GEO. b. mis,
Attorney ani Counsellor-at-Law,
llILL PIlACriCH IN THE COURTS
T of the Sc-oiid Judicial District and in
he Supreme Court of this State.
Special uttJiition given to collection and
matter in nrob.ite
Ceo. s. Yashburne
tfUGENE Cm', - - - OREGON
Ofllce formerly occupied by Thompson &
GEO. M. MILLER,
Attorney and Ccunssllor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
OFFICE Two door north of Post OIBoe.
J. E. FENTON,
JSUGENE CITY OREGON.
Special attention ijiyen t Real Estate Prac
ice and Abstracts of Title.
OrricK Over Grange Store.
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Pnysician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drue: Store.
lUsidence on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
Dr. Wni Osborne,
Ofoj A Jjoinifis St Charles Hotel,
- OR AT THE
w Daai'sroas :or haie3 ri luckei
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
G.N BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or rc
idence when not professional engaged.
Office at the
TOST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, ophite Fresby
WALTOSt & NOFFSIHGER.
Attor ncys-at-La w.
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
1TTILI. PRAC1ICE IN ALL THE
SpecUl attention piven to Real Estate. Col-e-rtinsr;
Probate matters. ...
.Collecting aU kind of claims again.t the
ijnitfj Stab fiortrnment
Offir In Walton' brick -room ind .
Vv-I t If
IiT A GKNKRAL
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
12 1-2 ds.
Good Dress Goods at 12l.c
Best Corset in town for 30c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nolby styles in
Liberal Discount for
New Departure ! !
1ATRONIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T
SCHOOL HOUSES, whose interest ar
spend their profits at home, 'lake notice thut-
Will sell goods for CASH at ttraatly reduced prices, a low as any otiier CASH STOltE.
Best TrinU lb and 18 yards SI 00
Best Brown and Bleached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
Clarks and Brook spool cotton 75 cts per Doz.
Plain and Milled Flrnnels, 25, 35; 45 and 50
Water Proo , cent
Fine White Shirts, 75 cts and $1,
And all Other Coeds
Also the Celebrated
WHITE SK aING MACHINE !
CirTomy old Customers, who have stood by mo so 1 ng, I will continue to sell on lame
t-inn a heretofore on tim, but if at any time they wish to make CASH purchases, 1 will give
all sm. as others, the full credit on my reduction , A. V. 1'LTERS
Goods sold as
in Oregon, for
Cash Or Credi
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and See
S. H. Friendly.
HAVING OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP 0" 8th STUB
west of Crain Bros'., I am now prepared to furnish everything in that line at the
I Are employed, and I will endeavor to
me with a call.
EUGENE CITY, Oil, SATURDAY, JULY 4, l8S.r.
Trimming silk and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
The finest stock of French
ever brought to this place-
BOOTS and SHOES
in all grades-
of all descriptions.
BUILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
your interests! Are Deruianeiitlj located and
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 69, 7"otsand PL
Now Assortment Drens Goods (No Trash) 15,
20 and 25 cts.
Mens' Underwear. Shirts ami Drawers, 00 ct
Mens' Overall irtH, 75 cts, and $1.
Mens' Overalls, 50, Gf, 75 cts and $1.
Embroideries and Edgin at Fabulou Low
at Proportionate Rates.
At irreatlv reduced rates.
low as any House
give satisfaction to all wlu ma
A. S. CLKHIIV
OFFICE SOUTH SIDE OF NINTH
Street, opioit the .Slur Bakery,
Calls pronn tly attendod to night or day.
Chronic ui:Mc a upecialty.
W. V. Hendorsoii,
3 23 2SST 'S? IL S '3?.
-r-SKjv. HAS KK.CUMF.) PliACTICE
h'ix3i ""it- '" I lava brick.
yiull!l3 My op.Tati.uin' will lw lirst-
i'Iiisi and charges ri'iisouable.
Old atiius ns wid a new rnn mo invited
Dli. L. E.JONES,
Physician and Surgeon.
AVII.T. ATT EN D TO PROFESSIONAL
, T calls day or lii'ht.
OEFICE-l'pstaiis in Hays' brick; or can
be found at E R Luckcy A Co' drug'storo.
Office hours: U to 12 in, 1 to 4 p tu, 0 to 8
p nu unl2tf
Dr. J. 0. Gray,
OFFICE OVER GRANGE STORE. All
Laughing gas administered for paiulest ex
traction of twtli.
DR. W. G SEHLBBEDE,
18 NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
in Cottage Grove. He performs all opera
tion in mechanical and surgical dentistry. All
work warranted and MilNf.iction uuariintevd.
Geo. W. Kinsey,
, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Real estate for s..1e Town lots' and form.
Collections promptly attended to.
Kehidknce, comer Eleventh and High St.,
Eugens City, Oregon
A IX KINDS OF WORK DONE IN THE
best of style at reiuionuhle rates. Punts
from $7 nn.
Shop and resilience on Olive street
Sixth and Seventh.
Jvayi Caret anil novor dlnp
polnta. The world' croat Poina
Reliever for Maa and Boast.
Cheap, qulolt and rollaole.
r""!" IJ ''liL'ilii'Ji l''ftxrJlmu'lw?mn
I not Narcotic. Cliiklrcu
grow fat upon, Mothers like,
nml Physician recommend
CASTOMA. It regulates tho
Bowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fcvcrlslmcss, and de
WEI DE METER'S CA
TARRH Curo, a Constitutional
Antidoto for this terrihlo moll
try, by Absorption. The most
Important Discovery since Vac
aiiiation. Other remedies may
reliovo Catarrh, thin cares at
any stago before Consumption
w u.r.u is
Will keep on hand a general assortment
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats,
Toltact-n, Cirs, Candies,
Candle, Soaps, Notion.
Green and Dried Fruits,
Wood and Willow Ware,
Business will be conducted on a
Which means that
Low Prices are Established
Good, deliwcd without charge to Bayci
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
VorwhUh we will pay the hlhtt irmrlet
price.' J.UJ. 1. 1'Ai.fc
The Comnnrriiil Travrlrr.
lie was a traveling man. That fact
was conveyed to tho othrr passongers
on tho train by his good rlothou and
uomfortahli) air of wnll-to do ativpnesa,
as wnl I an ly his general hearing of
lieing ucciis'.omed to luxuries, llo had
tho heat fuiH at the hent hotels, and
his employers money paid for it as an
investment that would return sure
dividends. For tho rest, he was nWnt
from his family nearly al! tho ti;ne,
traveling night and day in close, hot,
ill-ventilated cars, worked like a
lnachino at every town on his route,
and earned a hct ter salary than any
professional man of his acquaintance,
llo was tlm first to make up a purse
for a widow or u stranded fellow
traveler, and when ho read tho news
paper stories of the gay and festive
drummer ho wondered why in the
course of his travels ho never met any
of tho craft. Tho men ho know were,
like himself, of honorahle record, often
inconvcnienciii! themselves to help one
another on tho way through,
There was a stir at a station, and
two pretty girls caino aboard. They
laughed and giggled; threw kisses to
their friends at the depot; (javs silly
mc'sagoH anil good-hyes, and, as they
started, took a seat behind tho com
mercial traveler. Thero wero other
scats vacant, hut they preferred this,
and rustled into it with a series of
little shrieks and gigglea
"Did you seo Tom Harlow watching
us, Nell? To he-he."
"He'll ho thero to meet us when we
go back, seo if ho isn't, Kittiel I fa,
"Say, ho's a drummer," giggled
Nellie, hunching her friend toward tho
"Too awfully swell, ain't hot Oh
Tho traveler did not tnako any
answer. His silk hat, as tine and pre
tentious as tho hat of a man who does
his duty and ewes no man anything
has a right to he, was pulled down
over his eyes; his lips worn compressed,
and he replied by no look, or motion to
tho rude speech of tho merry girls.
"Must bo awfully stuck up," whis
pered Nellie, but not so low but that
tho man on tho seat beforo her could
"Doesn't notico common peoplo,"
answered Kittie, with a toss of her
Theso were young ladies, dear read
er, Not hobbledehoy school girls, or
coursi', ill bred hoydens They moved
in tho best society, and their respec
tive fathers and mothers would have
been greatly astonished to learn that
their daughters flirted. But thon,
fathers and mothers are usually tho
last to know what is going on among
their own young peoplo.
"Would you bo ho kind, sir, as to
tell us what time it is?" usked Mellie,
in a little, meek, far away voico, while
her companion littered and looked out
of the window.
Both tho young ladies woro watches,
as was patent to an observer, but the
gentluman addressed could do nothing
less than answer so direct a question.
This ho did in a brief manner and
with a voice that noticeably trembled.
"Poor thing, ho was quite overcome,"
said Kittie, audibly. "I'm going to
want this window up pretty soon."
"Allow me," said the traveling man
respectfully, and tho disconcerted
young lady blushed and simpered, and
sat down in tho draught without pro
test, Tho next move was made by tho
gentleman. Uo took from his pocket
a photograph and inspected it long and
sadly. Tears wellod into his eyes, his
face (lushed, and ho returned the
photograph to his pocket.
Tho two young ladies did not see the
picture, at least not to recogni.a
whether it was a man or woman, but
they to-heed and simpered and even
speculated in a low voice as to who it
might be wife or sweetheart.
"Don't tell me he's married," cried
Kittio in a loud whisper. "He hasn't
the courage to pop the question."
"That was his grandmother's pic
ture," chimed m Nellio.' "Good boy!
carri's it with him so the old lady will
hear of it and leave him something ill
Then they giggled in chorus, and
the train drew up at a station where
some very anxious looking faces were'
preying forward in search of some'
Tho commercial traveler caught up
his satchel and slung it over his
shoulderj then ho took the photograph
he Imd been looking at out of his
rocket and turned to the two voung
ladies, who began to feel a little un
comfortable at his manner. '
'That is tho picture of my little
daughter," ho said, holding up the
counterfeit of a lovely, smiling child of
"six "years; "alio is very ill, and I am
summoned home, perhaps to see her
die. But let mo tell you I would rather
a thousand times know,nt this moment,'
that tho breath of life had forever
passed her sweet lips than to think she
could ever grow up into a silly, dis-'
honest woman, tempting and toying
with souls to feed her wicked van
ity." Almost tho next moment they saw
him on the platform, and a fair woman!
hung on his arm and his face lighted
with pleasure at her words. But tho
two sank back out of sight, enraged,'
mortified; yet conscious that they had
found in one traveling man an honest
minded friend who had dared to glvo'
thorn a word of needful warning.'
Mrs. M lyno in Detroit Free Tress.
'Tress Excursion Aftermath."
"Aftermath" is good, but "aftrr
grub" would have been better if tho
Oregonian will permit tho liberty. It
was only last Thursday that we recog
nized one of the Iowa press "excursion
ists sauntering down Stark street as in
search of tho customary tables "groan
ing under the weight of ham sand
wiches and pie," that seemed to rush'
out and meet them at every way.
station in tho Stale, and noticing his
disappointed look wo inquired: "Got.
left!" "No; cume out here to stay."
"You did, eh? Going to start a paper
I suppose?" "Well, no. I'm not a
journalist." "Printer?" "No; I'm a
clerk." Although this young man is'
perhaps tho only one of tho Hawkeye
tourists who remained here,' he is not
bv any means the only ono of the
party who was sailing under false col- '
ors. About fifty of the party woro
genuino editors, and the rest wero
"kid" reporters, friends of the publishj
ers, and old hayscods who write up the
"agricultural column" for passes. One'
of the real journalists of the party said
ha was disgusted with the fraud that
had been perpmtrated on the extreme
ly kind peoplo of Oregon by the stay-at-home
editors who gave their ticket
to anybody, boy or girl, who would
agreo to "write up" the trip, and that
when ho got back to work he intended
scalding them with all the intensity'
of an Iowa cyclone. Had tho two hun
dred or more in tho Iowa party been
editors or publishers, we should feel,1
if anything, we had not done enough
for them, but as it is, tho impression'
bubbles up that wo have wasted a food
doal of sweetness on the desert air
that we have been to a certain extent'
A suit tried in tho State circuit' '
court Saturday, says tho Oregonian,
goes to show that tho Chinese are not
alone in the custom of buying and sell
ing women for immoral purposes. Em
manuel Pichet, a French maquereau,
brought suit against Pierre Sinonardt
and Louise Sinonardt, to recover $40
due on money advanced to bring a
young woman here from San Francisco."
The details of the alfair are not fit for4
publication, but from circumstances it
appears that tho girl brought here was
considered as much a slave as any Chi
nese woman. There are quite a num
ber of these masquereaux in this city,'
and a more villainous, despicable and'
utterly worthless class of wretches do'
not disgrace sheoL They ought to be
tarred and feathered and run out of
town, but as they nianage'to accumu
late some money from the earnings of
their victims, they somehow escape
punishment. If they had justice they
would om bagged forthwith, as they are
well known to tho' polico and many
Tho New York Sun defends slang
by saying "slang is proper wlu'n pro
j rly used."