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Publishers and Proprietors.
GFFICE-Oa ths East slds of Willamette
8 treat between Seventh and Eighth Streets,
BA.TK3 OF XDVKHTI81NO,
Advertisements inserted m follows t
One square, 10 llaM or lf, ant Insertion S3;
Mch subsequent insertion L Cub required in
Time advertisers wtU b charged at tht fol
On ifuri thro taoaths 14 00
' " sis months S 00
" " " ana 7 ur 12 00
Traasleat boUcm in local column, 20 cents per
In (or each insertion.
Advertising bilta will bo rondorod quarterly.
All fob work Bait bo rain rot on plVt-V
.jfire Hears -From I a. at. to P . at. laB&ars
l. m t.M to l: p. m.
i i r u Mth ui Uim niu niflh
1 a. m. Arrive, f ram tho aorth tad leave. folo
, t ItB : P- s. mrmuiiw. .
tjm. eloee at f oa Wedae-day. For Crewfords-
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fill Umf jrwmm .
tt4 wiU ko ready for deUverv half aa boar after
t 'rivftl OI sreina. bnrniHww iw t . wv.
Cvorai Moos no u, a. r. eaa a., a.
,Vote Irrt and third. Weiaaaoeya la each
OMnimtB Bom toooB Ho. ItO.
O.F. Meetosvery Tuesday evening.
WtHAWRALA Ksxuttranir Ko. 6,
note "ob tho Maul 4tb Wsdaeejaye ia oaoh month.
Edukmi Lonoi, No. 15, A. O. tTW,7
Meets at Masonic Hall tho second and fourth
Mondays in each month. ...
DR. JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
MAS PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN
Eugene City. Office In Underwood.
c. Id floor, over Well, Fargo it Co. a Ex
press office. Residenoe, two block, went and
no north of Public School, in the Killings
Worth property. au28-tf
FHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Mat Street, paella tha St.
Charles Hotel, ana at HesldeBee,
KiJOKNE OITV OREGON.
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, apposite Presby
J. S. LUCKEY,
Clocks, Waches, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing. Promptly Executed. '
' J. 8. LCCKF.Y,
Ellsworth ft Oo.'s brick WlUametU street
Mutlcallnitruments, Toy, Notions, etc
Watches, CTocVs, and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. Northwest corner of Willamette
aad Eighth streets.
Oar DeaeriptlTO IllBstratod PrleS)
Mat. Ko.flt. or Orr 9 - will
taaaod abMt March lot. ISSt. rU
ojow4 la Ka. WiU taaaala oa4 aatU
that aaU. ob4 bs fwar aaaaa aarlp f
mrof NO.S9. rroatoaar addrooa.
MOHTOOMEBI WABD COr
IT Wabaelt Aeon ChUaxo, III
COME AND SEE
R. Q. O ALLISON
Next dear to 8, S. Frieadly, aad get yrar
BOOKS, STATIONERY AND GRO
CERIES, Ha H always on baa ready aad waitrntf t
aceommodato his Cattomen with ALL kinds
W food for
MIND AND BOD T
Aad can furnish a SMOKE to those deaxHnga
A GOOD CIGAR, OR TOBACCO
To those who nsf ths Mrcotic plant
CHEAP for CASH
F. Kl. WILKII1S,
buocwaor to 'Bbklto k Witima.
Practical Dn'ggist & Chemist,
Next door to the Grange Atore, Willamette
street, Jtugene Uty Uregon.
Hare ust opened a fuU Una of fresh
Drugs, Medicines & Chemical.
Also a (Ins assortment of
Fancy and TpIIci Articles
J- ALL KINDS OP
Mixed Paints, Lead. Oil,
WINDOW GLASS.and PUTTY
Which they will always sell on reasonable
Cartful iltenlloa given to Phyilelia'i frt
B. F. DORRIS,
House Furnishing Goods Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
Willamette street, ,
Eugene Cltv. Oregon.
If you wish to lay yonr goods cheap, yon must
go to tne .tore oi
The keep one of the largest stocks of
Outside of Portland, and they sell goods cheap
er than it can be bought anywhere in the WU
lamette valley. ,
OR UENEB4L JdERCHANBISB f
T. C. HENDRICKS,
r.W STOCK OF If ATM The best
and largest ever brought to Eugene, at
Mothers Ilka and Phyaloiaaa
IT IS MOT NARCOTIC.
CENTAUR LINIMENTS ;
tho World's great Pain-Re-Ilcvlng
remedies. They heal,
Hootbe and cure Barns,
Wounds, Weak Back and
Rheumatism upon Man, and
Sprains, Galls and Lameness
jpon Beasts. Cheap, quick .
SPURTS of dlft-rtia; Uteai,
SaaLUaa. CraoUlac Paisu 1st tit
Bead, rU4 Eroatk, Daafaaaa,
aad Bjr Catarrhal Coaaplalat,
eaa ha axtarmlaaud by Wat Da
Keyar'a Catarrk Cara, a Caastl
tattaaal Aatidnita, by Abaory
tloa. Th aaoet laporfaatt Sto
aorory aiaea Vaccina tlaaw
Bonk and ftaKonerY StorL
UOST OmCE BUTLDINO, EUGENE
X City. 1 nave on hand and am eonstaaMy
reoiring an aaenrtment of the IVt Hchonl aa
MuoeUueoas Books, Stationery, Blank Bocks
Pattf alios. Cards, Wallcta, Blank., Ports-aa
sue a c. A. a. FATTCIUjON.
ALEXANDER, J. E-JusUoa tt the Peace
South JEugens lrednct; office at Court House.
AORAMS,. W. a 4 BRO.-rianiag mill,
sash, door, blind and mouliling manufautory,
tignw nroet, east it mm race. verytnini
in our Una furnished on short notice an
BOOK STORE One door south of the Astor
House. A full stock of assorted box papers
plain ana fancy.,
CRAIN BROS. Dealer in Jowolrr. Watrh
os, Clocks and Musical Instruments Wil
lamette street, between Seventh and Eighth.
CALLISON. R. O. -Dealer in eroosnes. nro-
risions, oouhtry produce, canned goods, books,
stationery, etc, southwest ooraer Willamette
and 9tb ta.
DORRIS, GEO. B. -Attorney and Connsellor
at Law umoa oa. Willamstto street, Eu.
DORRIS, B. P. Dealer in Stoves and Tin
ware Willamette street, between Seventh
ELLSWORTH k CO.-Druggtat and d.alers
in palnU, oil., eto. Willamstto street, ba-
FRIENDLY, B. IL -Dealer in dry goods,
clothing and general merchandise Willam
ette street, between Eighth and Ninth.
GUARD OFFICE New pa per, book and lob
pnntingomos, corner n uiametto andSevenUi
GRANGE 8TORE-Dealers in general mer
channus and produos, ooruer x.ighth and
GILL, J. P. Physician, Surgeon and Drug
gist, rostomce, vv uiamelto s reel, between
Seventh and Eighth.
HAYS, ROBT.-Wnes, Liquors, and Ci-
far. of the best quality kept constantly on
and. The bast billiard table In town.
HENDRICKS, T. G.-Dealei In general mer
chandise northwest corner Willamette and
HODE3, C Keeps on hand line wines, llq
nors, cigars and a pool and billiard table:
Willamette street, between Eivhtb ana
HORN, CHAS. M.-Gun.mlth. Rifles ana
shot-guns, breech and mutzle losders, for saie.
Repairing done in the neatest style and war
ranted. Shop on 9th street.
KIN8EY, J. D.-Saah, blinds and door fac
tory, window and door frames, mouldings,
etc, glazing and glass cutting done to order.
LYNCH, A. -Groceries, provisions, fruits, reg-
etaDiet, eta, Willamette street, brat door
south of Postoffloe.
LUCKEY, J. & Watchmaker and Jeweler;
keeps a fins stork of goods in his line, Willam
ette street, in Ellsworth's drug store.
McCLAREN. JAMES -Choice, wines, lln uors,
and cigars Willamette street, between Eighth
OSHURN k CO.-Dealors in drugs, medicines.
chemical., oils, paints, etc W illametto t,
opposite S. Charles Hotel
PATTERSON, A. S.-A fine stock of plain
and fancy visiting cards.
PRESTON, WM. -Dealer In Saddlery, Har
ness, Carriage Irimmings, etc. Willamette
street between Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICE A new stock of standard
school books just received at the post office.
REAM, J. K. -Undertaker and building con
tractor, corner Willamette and Seventh
ROSENBLATT ft CO.-Dnr coods. clothlns-.
groceries and general merrhannite, southwest
corner Willamette and r-iKlitb streets.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL Pharlas B.
ker, Proprietress. The best Hote.in tho
Ity. Corner Willamette and Ninth streets
SCHOOL SUTPLIES-A Urge arid varied
assortment of slates of all sizes, and quantities
of slates and slate-books. Three doors north
of the express office.
THOMPSON ft BEAN-Attomeys at Law-
Willamette street, between Seventh and
VAN HOUTEN. B. C. -Agent for Wells,
fargos Cos. Express; Insurance effected in
the moot re.pon.ible companies at satisfac
WALTON, J. J. Attoraey-at-Law. Offioa-
v uiamelto street, between oeventn ana
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
JD HUG- GIST
WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINES3 In
all its branches at the old stand, offering
increased inducements to customers, old and
new. As heretofore, the most
Careful attention given to Prescripions.
FEEBLE AND SICKLY PERSONS
Recover their vitality hv punning a
of Hostetter. Stomach Bitters, the most pop
ular mvurorant and alterative medicine ta
lit neral uebuitr. fever and airue. ayspepaia.
are completely removed by it. Ak tnnas wno
haa niwd it what It has d-me for them.
For sals by all druggists and Dealers generally.
mHBBEST 8H0ES EVER BROUGHT
1 to this market, at the Inweot priors'
T. G. HENDRICKS
lim IT IBIITI-
Tho Trials aa Trlbalatloas of
tha Paatclaa la Attaadaaee.
LouiariLLi, Ky., Jane 20th. A few
dars ago a dbipatch came from Nash
ville to the effect that a woman reaid
ing a Jackson want, that state, had
given birth to seven children at one
time, A correspondent to night tele
graphs that after the first child was
born the pains of labor continued. An
examination convinced the physician
that there were two instead of one
and the woman was soon delivered of
the second child, both girls. Tha phy
suiian gave directions as to the cars of
both mother and children, and pre
pared to take his leave.
Before reaching his home at the
gate he was recalled, and delivered the
woman of another girl baby. Again
the physician took his leave, and again
was recalled, bringing to light another
baby. ' This wis considered remarks
hie, and the physician was getting put;
iled over the matter. He, however,
congratulated the hustand on his good
fortune and departed for home.
He had not gone, more than half
mile before he was overtaken by the
excited husband of the woman, who, In
breathless haste, informed him that
there was at ill another child to be born.
Hastening back the physican arrived in
time to aid in delivering the woman of
her fifth child. The physician was
then prevailed upon on by the father
and husliend to stay during the remain
der of the night He was not slow to
accept the invitation, and sat down to
wait developments. In the course of
fifteen or, twenty minutes he was ag tin
called to the bedside of the woman,
and very soon the aixtb child was
breathing the breath of life.
Morning dawned and the Doctor
took his leave. Having had no sleep
during the night, he threw himself
across the bed on his arrival at home,
and was soon sound asleep. Aliout 8
o'clock he was aroused by his wife who
stated that Mr. R was at the gate and
wanted to see him immediately.
"What's the matttr now," asked the
"Mary appears to be going to you
k,now," replied Mr. R
"What! another onef exclaimed tho
"That's it," said Mr. R, a smile
spreading his mouth from ear to ear,
The doctor mounted his horse and
was soon at tne House ot li. lie was
too late, however, to be of any service
as the seventh child, a girl, was born,
a few minutes previous to hit arrival
The doctor remained about the prem
ises during the rest of the day, but his
services were not again needed. The
gentleman who made the above 'state
ment, and it is almost in his exact
words, says he has seeji the seven
babies several times; and, while not
large, weighing four or 5 pounds each,
they appear to be healthy, well devel
oped children. The occurrence has
caused considerable excitement in the
neighborhood, and the people for miles
around flock to see the woman and
her babies. The husband is described
as being of small stature in fact, ex
ceedingly thin while his wife is said
to be strong and healthy. Physicians
here are considerably excited over the
affair, and some are talking of paying
the family a visit The most singular
feature of the chil Jren is that all of
them have blue eyes, and so closely re.
semble each other that it is hard to
tell "which from t'other. I
Salem Statesman: The assistant
county treasurer, 1L A. Johnson, in
forms m that during the year ending
June 30, 1881, he has received into the
general fund 137,975 38 and has dis
bursed $95,975 35, leaving a balance
on hand of $2,657 21. Of school
funds he has received $17,072 43, and
disbursed $16,907 64, leaving A balance
on hand of $104 79
A lot of fossils have been found near
Albany, which are creating considera
ble interest One of the tusks is over
8 feet long and about 25 inches in eir-
cumierence at ine oase. ine oonra
are crumbled and broken up badly, but
sufficient remains to indicate that they
must have come from tome animal lar
ger than any now known.
I Tit Lord's frayer.
Ths following comparison of the
text of the old and revised version of
tha New Testament shows the exact
changes mads in the wording of the
Lords's prayer, in Matthew 6, 9-13, the
most important being the omission of
the doxology at the end:
0. After this manner therefore
pray ye: Our Father which art in
Heaven, hallowed be thy name.
10. Thy kingdom come, thy will be
dons on earth as it it in Heaven.
11.. Give us this day our daily
11 And forgive us our debts s we
forgive our debtors.
13. And lead us not into tempta
tion,' but deliver us from evil; for thine
is the kingdom, and the power and
the glory, forever, amen.
After this manner therefore pray ye:
Our Father which art in Heaven, hal
lowed be thy name. Thy kingdom
come. Thy will be done in Heaven, so
on earth. And forgive us our debts as
we forgive our debtors. And bring us
not into temptation, but deliver us
from the evil one.
Great Cocking Bain.
LaNCASTii, Ohio, June 17. Yester
day morning at 6 o clock a monster
cock fight was opened on the eastern
shore of the Licking Reservation in
Avondale. Chicken fanciers from all
the territory round about were drawn
by the announcement, until over 2,000
persons had gathered, and the rising of
the sun was greeted by the crowing of
fire hundred spurred chanticleers. The
first main was opened at 6 A. M., and
as the battle progressed the excitement
increased, until from eight to ten
mains were being fought at onn time.
Night came, but the participants were
too much interested to close the sport
which went on by the Tight of torches
and lanterns, and did not come to
close until 10 P. M. - Five hundred
roosters were fought, 150 of which
were left dead on the grounds. Bet-
tins was freely indulged in, and over
$5,000 is known to have changed hands.
The New tfeeart I'ablr.
Jay Gould's new trant-atlantio cable
which hat just been laid makes no less
than eleven cables from this country to
Europe. The New York Sun is of the
opinion that the business is being over
done, and that there are not enough
messages sent to support all the com
pames. Kates win certainly fall still
ower. Eight years ago the rate was
$1 50 per word, and the daily receipts
of one company were $12,000. Since
the messages have increased seven fold,
and yet the receipts of all the compa
nies amount to only $13,675 a day.
"Eloquent," said the Chicago lawyer
of hit partner, "he't able to reason the
kick out of a mule. Why here, awhile
ago, business was dull, and he decided
that Mrs. Dasher ought to have a di
vorce, and he'd go into court and got
it for her, and then charge her for it
Somehow she heard of what was going
on. She galloped down to the Court
House to stop him, as she didn't want
a divorce. She got there just as he was
making his plea for her.- And, mind
you, she was mad at him; but, by Jove
sir! she listened to him five minutes
and became to convinced she ought to
have a divorce that the walked right
up where the people could see bet and
shed three pints of tears while be re
cited her wrongs. And when lie won
the case she embiaced hint and safd he
should conduct' all hef divorce eases.
I call that eloquv-nce,
D. O. Hubbard, who has charge' of
a gang of Chinese graders on the' nar
row gauge line, was arfesfed Off the
5th inst, on ctmrplaint of T. IX Will
iams, of Ltfckiamute,- charged with
trespassing on nis land Mr Williams
it seems, had made a demand for dam
ages but the company paid no atten
tion to it and set their grader to- work
on hit place. Mr. Hubbard appeared
before J antic Brown at Dallas on
Wednesday, and after hearing the evi
dence the justice fined him $50 jAn
appeal hat been takcrw
The report of the county treasurer
of Folk county for the yeaf ending
July 6, shows s balance in th treasury '
of $1620 74,
About 5 o'clock on the efem'ffg of
the 7th inst, two convicts employed! od
the new insane asylum building at Sa
lem, attempted to escape. The guards
fired a number of shots at them arrest
ing their flight and returning them ia
The whol number of organised
school districts in Polk county is 44.
Of this number 42 as required by . law
reported and drew from the school
fund. There were 1 683" r pupils en
rolled in the publio schools last year.
Average attendance; 1,090; number ef
school buildings, 43. .
An artesian- well ia now in opera'
tion on the old soap pole flat, Wasco
county, which throws a contiRtfous
stream about 25 feet high, Froi
Hurley bored down by the side of one
of the soap holes to a depth of 219 feet,
finding nothing but tliaf curious mud
which created such art excitement a few
yeart ago, and when the boring ceased
the water spouted from the hole, and
keeps it up constantly,
Albany Democrat: Andrew Wiley
of Linn county who has lout so many '
sheep from attacks of cougars, is now
beginning to get even, A week or so
ago he put some poison on ths ear
casses of several sheep which had been
killed by a cougar, and he has not lost
a sheep since. Another matter which
causes him to believe that he has suc
ceeded in killing ths old sheepeator, is
that a lot of young cougars have been
running around there sine that Urns
making a living for themselves. He
has captured two of them, and Mr. E.
Jackson has taken one and killed
another. Mr. J., treed one of them
with his dogs and then fastening a steal
trap on a pole he climbed the tree with
it Upon getting up close to the ani
mal he stuck the trap up agafinst one of
its paws and caught it
Austria's rapid road to ruin is chief
ly caused by its inordinate thirst for
military glory, for Which it never had
the means to pay, Since 1879 there
has not, been a single yeaf irt which her
revenue hat com tp to her expendi
ture! The accumulation of deficits
from 1851 to 18C6 amounted to $650,-
000, and it still going on. The deficits
between 1870 and 1877 have amounted
to nearly $85,000,000, Her debt has
grown from $625,000,000 hi 1848 to
$1,955,000,00 in 1880. The most un
satisfactory outcome of all this is that,
notwithstanding these enormous ex
penditures on her army, she has during
this period of waste and extravagance
lost her Italian provinces, and been
badly whipped by Prussia. She , still
keeps up her show of military grandeur
and is reorganizing the army with a
view of having its war footing amount
to 1,064,025 rank and file, with 31,808
officers and 188,107 horses,
The consumption of wheat in France
is increasing, while its production is at
standstill: The laboring classes de
mand an improved dietary, with more
of wheat bread and an additional allow-
ance of meat, and they look to this
country for a share of our grain andl
pork. The area in wheat in France
has varied little In, twenty years, and
is very near seventeen million acres f
and the product in average seasons
come near to three hundred million
bushels, recent bad harvests falling off'
from 10 to 15 per cent The average-
yield is usually 40 to 60 per cent bet'
ter than in this country, yet for four
years, with iioprwements here and df
disc tha thm & acre has been
the tame in both countries.
Statistics for May show an increaser
in the grain receipts of St Louis of 30
per cent over the same month of 1880,
and a decrease of Chicago' receipts of
46 per cent There said to be a rev
olution going on in the grain-carrying"
trade of the ocean Tho water route
by way of the Mississippi to New Or
leans is the cause of the change. Thar
railroads are now taking gram from
Chicago to New York at about half the'
rates th-y were charjjns a year z