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ffflOLE NO. 658
KUGEN'E CITY, OR. SATURDAY, JUNE 19. 1880.
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
. . ,..MU.k CANPBKU.
r litars aa2 Pi op
urtfCE-In fie building formerly occupied
. ' i ur f!l.aer. as a store, corner
Uas'tts ind Seventh Streets.
TB, OP' ADVKKTISING.
JK$5rt motion L CI. required
tSTdwrltow will be charged at th. I
six month.. 8
n " awe yew ' - w
Trsaiient notices ia local column, 20 cents per
.. i o)i Insertion.
drtUinB bill, will be rendered quarterly
.11 l.h work must be taid rR ox pemveby,
I W -' . - -
-guar. -From J a. m.to.m. BunlujN
uj w I'n inc.
ii.ii .rrives from th.tootn ann lesve. Rom norm
T. . Arrive, from the north and lean irumv
Vi t ilS a m. For SiuisUw, Franklin mil Ixhir
l ' ? 7-. on Wednesday. . For Crawford..
U. Simp Creak, anl BiMWUr.v.11. t I p.m.
r.fl'tttrTwiU b. re.dy delivery li.lf an hoar after
V?f rii. Letters should be left ot the oi
i V 1 1 A P nn.l A M
Meet, ilrit anl third We luesduy. In each
hpkr Bdtth I.onoK No. 9 I. O.
Lft Metsevenr Tuesday tTeoinif.
Vk'IIUIUlt!T Nil ft .
Mttn tut Man h Wednesday, iu each month.
E-ge.vii Loimjk, N't 15. A O. IT. V .
Wu it Masonic Hall the first and third rn
V in each month. F. W. OawmM, M. W.
DR. L. M. pAVIS
Eugene City, Oregon.
ROOMS OVER GRANGE STOKE, first
d..r to the right, up stairs. Formerly
ifieef C. W. Fitch.
Xitrous Oxide Gas fjr paiiileN extraction of
flirsiCIAN AND SUKGEON.
See Ninth Street, piotte the M.
(fearlea Hotel, and lit Ucfcldeure, .
. KiHiKN'K CITY OKK(tO.V.
Or J. O. Shields.
OFFER HIS PROFESSIONAL SEI
vim l th? cKiwiift of Eiirf-.-ne I'itv nim
Mrrounsliii' conntrr. Sfecinl attonti'm iriven
JH OBSTETRICAL CASKS and UTlilt
l.VK D1SKAS1CS entrusteil tn his oate.
.Office at tlx St. Charloi Hoti-L
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL
BK FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idenc. when net profciNioiiaUy ensed.
USc. at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence oh Eighth etreet, opposite PresHy
J. S. LUGKEY,
Clocks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, tt.
Repairing Promptly Expciitel.
fctf-All Work Warranted.
F.Uswi.rth k Ce.'i brick, Willatiiette rtreet.
fteal Esra e A t
and Notary Fublic
tUGEXE CITY, : O REG OX.
4. B. ALEXANDER,
Justice ol the Peace, Conveyan
cer and Collector.
, Bills collected, ltecord. searched and ab
Wts of title made. All business promptly
attea led t. Of' at the 'oirt House.
rERlE-IhJl keep on a foil of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
Aa4 iaviU th. tmtina of housekeepers.
T. O. HKNDK1CSK,
M niu i;: LUitimsR!
I HAVE ESTABLISHED A
b tlie eorner ef Elerenth and Willamette
streete.and keep. ermtantlv ra haad hirarr cf
allkiida. Seaeoned ftwrinjc "'Vv"0"
in and fence posts F. P- DLNN.
FARlf FOR SALE.
4 WILL IMPROVED FARM OF tbree
hundred ant! siitr ac-ea. W acres nnder
lti ration; all mdt fenca ind the improT
aseata fat good erdjr, ilch we wi'l "ell '
hanraia, and on the mort reaeonable tmm
Hitoated are mOe amtA f town, and h a
if. oca. Apr'? thi "face
RESS GOODS- M5 Vf STYLE.S aad
B ETT.VA VISTA f5TONE WAF.F ge
T jU0 SHOE STORE.-
A. HUNT, Proprietor,
Shop en Willamette street, 2ml door north
o! Imrdware store, Eugene City, Or.
I will hereafter kee; a co oplete . t:k of
UaUci-N, Cloth and Kid,
KIiipcr, white and bLck,
MENS & BOYS
FJSg AND HtAYY
BOOTS &, SHOES
And in fact everythiiij in t!ie BOOT and
SHOE line. t which I intend to devote in
Were manniactured to order,
ARE FIHST CLASS
Anil 2iiarr.ntcd aa renresentcd. and will be
aold for the lowest prices that a K'd article
oan be aitordeil. f.rL7-7Stf A, HI VI.
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Wiitchp. CWT:. anil .Tewlrv rpn'til-Hil .nil
warranted. Northwest corner of NS'illainctte
and KL'hth str"t.
If you wish to ly your goods cheap, you must
Ko to tlie ntoin of
9 K fi fl ii ITS faBni .'i,
COTTA OK OBOVK.
They keep on. of the largest stocks of
Jutsi'ic of Portl.iaJ, and they sell goods chenn-
?r titan it r&u ue uou.nt any wiicr. in t:i. 11
OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, OGN.
riu:urpiftt(d, J mil', 187S.
PnK.S!l)rVr A. L. Todd SKCBfART An-
relii's '1'cmI.I. IViIIE.toI!.--J. 1'. t i ill, J. W.
lnc!:on, T. .L, iiodabaugh, A. L. iuild and A
I'.-juciii.d ofli'e for sale of stick at J. P. Gill
it Hon drug store, Postoflice bnildiiif, Eum
BE v HUSH
still at the old st iud and is pre;w.-i d t Uc
kinds of u'e.n nil i ibbin:,', home-shoeing, re-
irins, etc H.ivii!:; secured the services o
icxp'i-rier.ced bund 1 will n:.ike the rijiairilig of
iUM .MACHINERY a siiccinlf'y.
Albert Jackson, Artist,
Tal.es Ilint'tgrii'iis, Gems, Cards, Cabinet
nd Life-Size, style and fini.b ci'.iul to any
A-ork done iii the "State. Prices reasonable.
GALLERY Willamette street, Eugene
City, Oivgou, over Mrs, Jackson's Millinery
Store. dec l.":tini
. M. V 1LICS S,
Successor to Sheltox k WtMiia.
Practical Druggists 6 Hsis,
UNDERWOOD S BUILDING.
Next door to the Granze Kore, Willamette
street, Eugene City Oregon.
Have inst onened t full line of fresh
Drugs, Kedlsiass & Chemicals.
Fancy and Toilei Articles.
ALL IM Of
Mixed Taints, Lead, Oil,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTV
Which they will always sell on reasonable
Careful iltenlioa firm to Pliyiieian'i Pre
MR. GEORGE HUMPHREY HAVING
placed his bnsiuM in the hands of the
nndersigned for collection and e-ttlem-nt,
ill person. nrin hini who hTe not mvle ar-
f- Y.fct.Mnn nf time, are hereby
notified V make paymmt or other satisfactory
arrangement without oeiav.
A. G. HOVEY.
n C BUMPHRf Y
33USINESS 30 - ECT0HY.
ALEXANDER, J. Ik -Justice of the Peace
South hiifiene Precinct: olbce at Court House.
ASTOR llilUSE-Chaa. llaker, vmn. The
only first-class hotel iu the city Willamette
street, one door north ot tlie post ofhee.
'ABRAMS. W. II. 4BR0.-Plunine mill
s:ish, door, blind hnd motildiug manufactory,
Eighth street, eat of mill race. Everything
in our line furnished on short uotice aad
BOOK STORE One door south of.the Astor
House. A full stock of assorted box papers
plain ana tancy.
BOYD 4 MILLER Meat MHret--bcef, veal,
mutton, pork and l.id Willamette street,
between l.Kl:th ami .Niiit'u
CHAIN BROS.-DeI.T in Jewelry, Watch
cs, t;hcks and Musical Instruments Wil
lamette street, between Seventh and Eighth.
C ALLISON. R. G. -Dealer in groceries, pro
visions, country produce, canned goons, books,
stationery, etc., southwest owner Willamette
. . . . .
and '.Uii fcts.
UOKKl.t, liJiU. ii. Attorney a -rt Loun ' or
at Law. Ortio on WillametM street, t u-
DORRIS, 15. F. -Dealer in Stoves and Tin
ware Willamette street, between Seventh
DUKANT, WM.-Meat Market beer, pork,
. I ... 1 .. ...ii.. V 1 v...,
veai aim niuitnn auciantir on nana iMmn
street, between Pearl and lligh.
ELLSWORTH 4 W.-DruggisU and dealers
in iints, oils, etc. Willamette street, be
tween Eighth nud Ninth.
FRIENDLY. S. II. Denier in dry goods,
clothing and general merchandise Willam
ette street, between Eighth and Ninth.
GUARD OFFICE-Newspaper, lok and job
printmgothco, corner W illauiette audoeventh
GRANGE STORE-Dealers in general mer
clmndise and produce, coruer Eighth anil
GILL, J. P. Physician. Surgeon and Drug
gist, I'ostotlice. w lllainette s reet, between
Seventh and Eighth.
HAYS, ROBT. -Wines, ' u. is, and ' i
gars of the best qua'ity k -t unstautly i
hand. The best billiard ta' 's b town.
HENDRICKS, T. G.-Dcalci In general mer
chandise northwest comer W lhamette and
IIODES, C Keeps on hand fin- w'i es, liq
cors, cigars and a pool aim bi 1 1 1 a -' taldi :
Willamette street, between Eig'itli ar.d
HORN, CITAS. M.-Gunsmith. Eifles ar.o
siiot-Tuns, lreecli and minne londers, lor sale.
Repairing done in the neatest style and war
ranted, t'hnp on !)th street.
KINSEY, J. 1) Sash, blinds and door fac
tory, window and door frames, mouldings,
etc., glazinf; and glass cutting done to order.
LYN 'H, A -Groceries, provin'ons, fruits, veg-
etah'.ej, etc., Willamette street, first door
south of Poktolfice.
LUCKEY, J. S.-Watch m.iker and Jeweler;
keeps i. fine stoclt of goods m his line, W illam
ette Btreet, in Ellswoith's drug store.
McCLAREN'. JAMES Choice, winesjiqiiors.
and clears illamette street, between highth
MELLER, M. Brewery Lager Iwrr on tnp
and by the keg or barrel, corner of jVatii and
OSBl'RN 4 CO. Dealers in drugs, medicines.
cheuiiciils, mis, piunts, etc. W illamette St.,
opposite ii. Charles Hotel.
PATTERSON, A. S. A fine stock ef plain
and fancy visiting cards.
PERKINS, H. C. -County Surveyor and Ciul
Engineer. Residence on I nth s reet.
PRESTON, WM. Dealer in oaddlcrv, Har
ness, Curriage Trimmings, etc. Willamette
etrect. between Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICE -A new stock of standard
school bonks just received at the post office.
RUSH, BEN. Horseshoeing and general job
bing lilacksm'th, Eighth street, between Wil
lamette and Olive.
REAM, J. R. Undertaker and building con
tructor, oorner Willamette and Seventh
ROSENBLATT & CO. Dry goods, clothing,
groceries and general merchandise, southwest
corner Willamette and Eighth streets.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL-Mrs. A. Ren
frew, Proprietress. The best Hotel In the
city. Corner Willamette and Ninth streets.
SHIELDS, J. C Physician and Surgeon
north side Ninth street, first door east of Kt.
STEVENS, MARK Dealer ia tobacco? r.b
psrs, n"ts, enndies, shot, powder, notions,
etc. Willamette street.
SCHOOL SUTPLTES-A large and rarbd
assortment of slates of all sizes, and quantities
of dates and slate-books. I liree doors noi th
of the express office.
THOMPSON 4 BEAN-Attorneysat-Taw
Willamette street, between Seventh . d
WALTON, J. J.-Attorney-at-Law. Office-
Wilbmctte street, between beventh and
WITTER, J. T. Buckskin dressinir. The
hi'hest price paid for deer skins, Eighth st,
UNDERWOOD, J. B.-General brokerage
business and a?ent for the ( onnient In
surance Compsnr of Hartford Willamette
street, between Sventh and Eighth.
ELLS vORTH CO.,
r R U G G 1ST,
TflLL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS in
V all its branches at the old stand, ofering
increased inducements to customers, old and
new. A heretof'.re, the most
Careful attention given !o Prescripions.
On the west side of Willamette Street, between
Eighth and Ninth.
Having jnrt opened a new and neat Meat
Mrket, we are prepared to furnish he best
Beef, Veal, Jl.ttwii, Pork, t..
To eur enetomeri!, at the lowest market rates
Th custom e-f th public is respect
Meats dfIiTerd to anrpart of the city free
Vcb(. JUlT.T.rK WKJORKA-
! 1 Test as to Sraokirjr.
riiysiologista are familiar withabun
dant exam los in which articles of food
eminently nutritious to the generality
of human beings, act as poisons u jwh
some exceptional organisnw. Thore
are many persons who cannot cat' fat,
others who cannot eat butter, or eggs,
or mutton, veal or peculiar sorta of
game, without most distressing effects.
The. late Dr. Trout knew a person on
whom mutton acted as poison, "lie
couid not eat it in any form. This po
culiarity was supposed to be owing to
caprice, and the mutton was repeatedly
disguised and given to him unknown,
but uniformly with tho same result of
producing violent vomiting and diar
rhea" Tissot says he could rrever
swallow sugar without vomiting. Halm
found that seven or eight strawberries
sucflied to send him into convulsiona
In presence of such examples, now can
we help concluding that tobacco also
must, to some organisms be of quite pe
culiar tlangerousness. If the excretory
action be not rapid, we know that to
bacco will be a poison to nil men, and
inasmuch as there aro varying degrees
of excretory vigor in different organ
isms, it is clear that tho effect of to
bacco will be strictly dependent upon
this varying susceptibility. It is in
; very man's power to answer very de
cidedly whether tobacco is injurious to
him. Does 1m suspect any evil influ
ence? Let him abstain, and closoly
watch the result. If, with no other
change in his way of life, ho can detect
the disnppearunco of any marked symp
tom, which reappears whenever he re
sumes his cigar, then ho may bo Rure
ia is wrong to smoke or smokes too
... 1 . .
i Lrnilvllle Picture.
. Among tho invalids who assemble
regularly every morning in tho little
chapel at St. Vincent's Hospital to send
thanks on high for earthly blessings is
Daniel McFarland, who shot Albei t I).
Richardson. Ho sits dozing in the
large ward at tho r.ister's Hospital in
this city, a pensioner upon tho county,
and quite unknown and unforgotlen.
lie was pointed out to a reporter yes
terday, who picked his way in among
the cots to tho one where the fallen
man sat, and said:
"Hi so me! what!"
"This is Mr. Daniel McFarland, I
"Oh, my name. Yes, yes. Daniel
McFarland. That is it"
"You once lived in New York, Mr.
"Yes, sir, I recollect it I did once
live in New York."
If my memory serves mo correctly,
you were onco very wealthy in that
"I was in quite comfortablo circum
stances at one time, sir."
"Do you hoar from your wealthy
New York friends, often!"
"I hear from ho one,"
"Are you comfortable here!"
A pauper on the county could not
"Yon are penniless"
"Penniless and friendless, dying
among strangers in a county almhousc
in the wilds of the Rocky Mountains.
.V'' Math o," i Lou.
A young lady went to a drugstore,
Monday, located not a hundred milec
from the market house, and had a pre
scription made up
"How much!" inquired the lady.
"Fifty cents" said the clerk.
"13ut I have only forty-five cents
with me," replied tho customer; "can't
you let me have it for that!"
"No ma'am," said the clerk, "but you
can pay roe five cents when you come
"But suppose I were lo die!" said the
"Well, it wouldn't 1e a very great
loss," was the smiling response.
And immediately the innocent clerk
gathered from the indignant Cash on
the lady face, that he had lxen mis
understood; and before he could assure
tliat it was the little balance and not
her that would I no great loss, she
had bounced out at a go-as-you pleaae
gait, and was beyond the sound of bit
The Holy Land.
Hon. & S. Cox, of New York thus
forecasts tho future of tho "holy land:"
The locomotive will soon be screaming
along the paths whero Moses wandered J of coal per day, heats the building and
with tho children of Israel. There 'supplies steam for tho cooking and bak
will bo trains running in tho vallev of I ing, but when Sander's Theatre ii
Euphrates, and depots in tho garden of
Eden and over the grave of Adam. The
well of Jacob no lonr a trvstimr
place for the Hebrew uiaiiVu will fur-
nish water to propel by it sul.tle t vapor
from Watt's tea kettle the locomotive
of Stephens'on. A decendant of Moses
may furnish tho bonds to tunnel Mt
Sinai yet, before wo die. Already Eng
lish steamers tra verso tho watery isth
mus, to plow the wave of that Red sea
through which Israel went dry shod
and safe from Egyptian pursuers. Mo
hammedanism, under tho recent treat
ies of the civilized and Christian west
Jerusalem will bo a cosmopolitan city
a 'New Jerusalem!'
Py the aid of Edison may we not com
municate orally from our American
capitol with tlie consul within tho pal
aces, O Jerusalem! May wo not ask
him in whispers, concerning matters of
state and have a microphone stentor
ian response: 'Hurrah for tho flng!"
and "Hail Columbia!" Ry tho phono
graph may wo not commit to tho im
pressible tin foil a second edition of the
epistle of Taul to the Romans, and have
it unfolded and spoke at a new Pen
tecost to heathen, beyond tho ancient
bounds of the Roman "od Terminus!
Tho deep affection felt by President
Andrew Jackson for his wifo is illus
trated by an incident related by the
Nicholas P. Trist, who was for a time
his private secretary. "One evening
writes Mr. Trist, "after I had parted
with him for the night revolving over
the directions lie had given about some
letters I was to prepare, ono point oc
curred on which I was not perfectly
satisfied as to what those directions had
ireii. As tho letters wero to be sent
off early uext morning, I returned to
his chamber door, and tapping gently,
iu order not to awake him if ho had
Ejot to sleep, my tap was answered,
by 'Come in' Ho was undrcsned, but
not yet in bed, as I had supposed ho
had by that time. Ho was sitting at
tho little table, with his wife's inina
tun. a very largo one, then the first
time seen by me liefore him propped
up against somo books, and between
him and the picture lay an open book,
which bore tho marks of long use. This
book, as I afterward learned, was her
prayer book. Tho minaturo ho always
wore next his heart, suspended round
his neck by a strong black cord. The
last thing he done 'every night before
lying down to rest was to read in that
book with that picture under his eyes."
The dispatches tell us of another
horrible murder committed near Walla
Walla, being the ixth within tho past
four months. The murder took place
about 1 2 miles from that city, as is
supposed on Sunday night The mur
dered man's name is George B, Ilager,
and it is supposed that he was killed
for his moncyt
He was cut to pieces and his body
burned by having cord wood piled upon
it and saturated with coal oil after
which the cabin he lived in was fired.
He was known to carry considerable
gold around his liody in a belt He had
but recently located and was just on
the point of starting for San Francisco
to get married and bring his wife back
with himJ He was formerly a. purser
on a steamer between Portland and San
Francisco. He was in Walla Walla
on Saturday and proved up oahis land
claim at the land office.
Hi then hr.d
40 120-pieces with him. The niurdT-!
era are suspected.
A certain young man brought his f -
fianced from the country to see the ture by so doin(-j, an.l you are perhaps
sights.' One day while they were pas j doing great injustice to those about
ing a confectioner's, the w Jn noticed , whom you tilk. Do not flatter; in do
in the window a placard bearing tho ! mg o you emlrrawi tho.-;e upon whom.,
announcement, "Ice cream ono dollar , you Wow praUe, as they may not wish
per gal." "WelL" said the younej mn I to offend you by rcrV.ling it, and yet
as he walked into the saloon, "that's a i they realize tlwt if they accept it they
pretty steep price to charpe for one ' writ your contempt You may, how
gal, but Maria 111 see you through no : ever, if it can truthfully be done; but.
mat'erwhat it costs. Here', a dollar 'do not bestow praise where it is not
w.irr: io. cr m for this jral." derred.
Fcedinj the Harvard Roys.
Tho Dining Association has ninety
employees besides its steward. A ten
horso power engine, burning two toni
heated, a third ton of coal is required.
Tho great soup kettle holds 220 gal'
Ions, and is said to be the largest ket-
ver ea;t in this country. Only 110
gallons of soup, however, are required
for the daily dinner. The oatmeal ket
tlo holds 45 gallons and that for
cracked wheat twenty gallons; but not
quite, although very nearly, this amount
is consumed daily.
Tho great range, twenty-five feet
long, contains four ovens, and does alt
tho frying and heating platss,eto. Tliery
aro seven kettles for boiling meats and
none of them of very small sizo, while
tho great charcoal grate will easily broil
stake for G50 men. But the most as
tounding part of the culinary arrange
ments aro tho two great ovens, ono for
baking meats and ono for bread ant)
pies. The first will cook at once 2,000
pound of meat the other 250 pica They
aro by no means too largo, howover;
since from 800 to 1,000 pounds of mea
are consumed daily, and somo ninety
loaves of graham' and seventy-five of
white bread. The heat never leaves
the oven from ono mouth to another.
lusrrsoll On llonrj.
This from Rob Ingersoll on 'money,'
is too good to bo lost: I don't see how
it is possible for a man to dio worth
live or ten million dollars in a city full
of want, whore ho meets almost every
day the withered hands of beggary and
tho white lips of famine. How a man
can withstand all that, and hold in thj
clutches of his hand twenty or thirty
million dollars is past my comprehen
sion. I should not think ho could do
it any more than ho could keep a pile
of lumber when hundreds and thous
ands wero drowning in the sea. If yottj
have but a dollar in the world and you
have got to spend it, spend it like a
king, spend it as though it were a dry
leaf, and you tho owner of unbounded
forests. That's tho way to spend it I
would rather be a beggar and spond my
hint dollar like a king, than be a King
and spend my money like a beggar.
Balky Houses. Among tho sugges
tions r:aid to bo published by Borne anti
cruelty to oni mills society, are theso: If
the horse when ho balks, can have his
attention diverted there is usually no
trouble in starting him. This may be
done in various ways, of which the fol
lowing aro a few that have been em
ployed: Take tho horso out of the
shafts and turn him around several
times quite rapidly. This will make
him entirely dizzy and lead him to for
get that ho does not wish to draw the
load. A stout twine twisted around,
tho fore-leg has bf en used with good
results. A string tied around the ear
has tho samo effect We have seen
horses of tho balkiest sort started by
putting lumps of earth into their
mouths. Even a piece of sugar or a
handful of fresh grass will so divert the
attention of a balker that he will often
start off without trouble. Somo mild
treatments like these that set the ani
mals thinking of something foreign to
his work is vastly better than any
amount of whipping, and is much eas.
er of application.
Typhoid fever creeps into the house
through the cellar. Decaying vegeta
bles and accumulations of debris and
dirt are the seeds of miasmatic dis
eases. - It is now fully time, as the
warm weather is approaching, for er-,
ery cellar in the city and in the
country to be cleaned. In fact a cellar,
should never be allowed to get into
an uncleanly condition; but if a choice
' between the parlor and the cellar, clean.
the cellar first, l lie doctor may lose,'
but you will gain Ly it.
Do not s:eiid vour time in talking
1 scandal; you sink your own moral nav.
T. H. HENDRICKS