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ESTABLISHED FOB THE DISSEMINATION (IF DDKUTiATIC rWCIim AXi) TO EARS AS IIOXEST LI V1XG BY THE SWEAT OF Oil BROW
WHOLE SO. 711).
KUGENE CITY", Oil, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1881.
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
m (5ugrf City Cuanl.'
f. L. CAMPBELL. J. R, tAMPBKI.L
Publishers and Proprietors.
OF FICE-On the East aide of WUUmette
Street between Seventh and Eighth Street.
HATES OF ADVXCltTISlNO.
Advertisements inserted u follows:
On square, 10 linos or lss, one insertion $3;
siach ubieiiieiit insertion $1. Cash required in
Time advertisers will l clmrej at the fol
On squars three months f 0 00
" tlx months. , 8 00
" " nue year 12 00
Transient notices in local column, 20 cents per
ine for eaoh insertion.
Advertising bills will be rendered quarterly.
All ioh work miut he paid por ox nruvr.uv.
tatre Hour -Prom 7 s. m. to J p.m. Sundays
I. m 1:10 to J: p. m.
Mail srrlves from the south snd leaves joins; north
10 a. m. Arrive from the north anil leaves ijoinn
frth t 1 11 p. m. For Nhri.law. Franklin sail l-sing
,ut, close at 6 A.M. on Weilnwlay. For Craw fonts
fills, Camp Creak on 1 Brownsville at I P.M.
letters will berwity forilellvery half anbour after
t rival of trains. letters should be left at the offlos
01M hour twfor mails depart.
A. 8. PATTEIISOS V. M.
bUtlBf 1AJIFI 1 lis . . av . A.
MeeU first nd third Welnealayt Jo each
Hrr.srrn Brrrri T)1mik No. 8 I. O.
. P. Meetoererr TuesirHr evening.
VvV WlMAWnAH ENCAMFWIST NO. O,
Mts oa the id and 4th Wfluewlays In each month.
Euumk Loi;, No. 15, A. O. U. W.
Meets at Masonic 1111 the second and fourth
i",idays in each month.
J. M. Sloax, M. W.
DR. JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
HAS PERMANENT!, Y LOCATED IN
Eugene City. Office in Underwood's
Brick. 2d floor, over Wells. Fargo ft t'o.'i Ex
press e!fije. Reside ruse, two blocks west anil
rms north ef I'tibiio School, in tli9 Killings
worth property. au'-M-tf
A. IF. PATTERSON,
PHYSICIAN: AND SURGEON,
Tfflee on Ninth Street, opposite the St,
Charles Hotel, and at Henlde.iiee,
JfiLTareNK CITY OHKOON.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
C AN 1!E FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
ideneu when not professionally engaged.
l Mice at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STOKE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby
J. S. LUCKEY.
DEALER 1 It-7 3rS
Wocks, Wacties, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Ilt'iiiiniijj Promptly Executed
Ells-vorth ft'Co.'s bri'jlf Will.miette street.
Watihi's anil .
ss&i' Jewel ry,
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, anl Jewelry rennire 1 and
warranted. Northwest coru-r of Willamette
tod Eighth str-set.
Our Deserlptlw Illustrated Prlea
tlit, No. to, of Dry Good., etc.. will
issued about March 1st. 1881. Trice
noted in No. 8 will remain food until
that date. Send n your nam early for
top, of No. 9. Freo to any address.
MONTUOMKBY WAKD CO.,
SS7a Wabash A vs., Chlcaso. Ill-
GOME AHD SEE
extdoorto S. II. Friendly, aud fc'vt your
IX)OKS, STATION Ell Y AXD GRO
CERIES He la always on hand ready and waitintr to
acoomniodate his Customers with ALL kinds
of food for
And can furnish a S.MOKE to those desinuca
A C033 CICAR, 0(1 TOBACCO
To those who use the narcotic plant
CHEAP for CASH
GdsdeUreredtonT partof the city free '
4 chars. . KG. CALL! SON.
F. M. WILKINS,
ttuoeessor to SltKlTO.X i Wll.KIXS.
Practical Druggist & Chemist,
Next door to the Grange Store, Willamette
street, j-.ageue oty Oregon.
Have just opened full line of fresh
Drugs, Medtclnss & Ciicr.iicais.
Also a fine assortment of
Fancy and Toilet Articles.
ALL KINim OP
Mixed l'aints. Lead, Oil,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTT?
"Which they will always noil on ivmouuM
Cartful otlcnlion given to riiysician'i fre
B. F. DORRIS,
House Furnishing Goods Generally
Wells Driven Promptly
Eugene Cltv. Oregon.
If you wish to Lay your cmU rheaji, you must
g to the utoro of
The keefi one of tlie liii iest stocks of
Outside of l'ortlind, and they sell L'oods cliriui
er than it can he bought anywhere in the Wil
JOlI UE!VGRtL iril:ilCll ANDISi: CO
T. G. HENDRICKQ.
-vrKWSTOfK OF HATS Tho lest
JlI and lanjest ever broimlit to '.i..vue,nt
olway Cnrcj na I ncvr dlsop"
points. The u-orla's great Pain
Ucliovcr for I la a and Boast.
Cheaj, roicli and roliahlo.
jTnr:rr.r ?. v. '. i;zrJ
is not Ii'arcotle. Cliydrcn
grow fat upon, Mothers like,
nnl PliysScinns rccouimcnd
CASTOKIA. It regulates the
Dowels, cures "Wind Colic,
allays Fc crlshncss, aud de
WZI DS Iil ITY EE'S CA
TARRH Core, a Constitutional
Antidote for this terrible mala
iy, hy Aosorptlos. The most
Important DUcovery since Vac
cination. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh, this cures at
jny atoe hofore Consumptlou
Bonk and StalionerY StorE.
1OST OFFICE BUILMNO, El'OKNE
City. I have on hand and am constantly
:. ;.. .11 aanrtment of the Il'-'t Sc1i"1 an
Vivlhineo'is lUsiks, St .tii.nfrv. lUnk !"k
Uft, i,isiik, i-i'nTiinr
A -i. PATlERiON.
tr?rr3 t .
And Door Frames
For Sale at greatly re
And Wagon Material,
To Close Estate of John
GEO, W. KINSEY,
Euiieno City, April 23, 1881.
I AND SHOE STORE,
A. HUNT, Frajrictor.
Sliopon Willamotto Htrcct, 2ri.l .door, north
of linnlwaro store, hueiie Lit V, Or.
niill'W, Cloth ami Kid,
l ni I on i;ois,
MipiHTS, ulutoand hlavk,
rcuii .'til sint4.
AIEN"S cfe BOYS
FINE AN.) I1KAVV
BOOTS &, SHOES
And in fact everything in the LOOT and
SHOE line, to which I intend to devote in
4rero iilannfiic'tiired U ordtr,
ARE FIRST GLASS
And (,'iianiiitecd ns ri'itrvscntcd, and will ho
s ilil for tno lowest prices that a psiil nrliclu
ami ho iiljcirdod. i'.,ir27-"Htf A. lll'.Vr.
On the west side of Willamette Street, between
Ki. l.ili mid Ninth.
Having just opt tied 11 new and neat Meat
Mrket, we are pn patud to furnish ho best
Ilcer, V-hI, Mutton, Fork, 'lc..
To our custoincri, at the lowest market rates
The custom of the public is respect
Meats delivered to any part of the i ity free
f charge. McCOU.N' ACK & RENSHAW .
LU?E OF TRADi
WILE DO WORK CHEAPER than any
other hop in town.
HOASE0 fcHUD F0H n '.CASH.
With new material, ull lonnd. Kescttiiig old
S?.A1 warranted to give satiafa lion.
Lhop on the Corner of 8tb sad
I HAVE ESTABLISHED A
On the corner of Eleventh and Willamette
jtreets..ind k.i-ps constantly on band lunils r ol
all kinds. Seasoned Hisring nd rustic, fenc
ing and fence sisti F. B. Dl NN.
T. il. ilK.NORiLKS.
ANSWER THIS QCESTiCX.
Why do so many ieople w . e around n,
seem to pit b r to sutler and be m.vi.i iui. ra'de
by Indigestion, Constipation, liziiis-, U
of Aptite, Coining up of the Food, Vel'i.w
Skin, when b t 7."i u. , we ill tlirin Shi
lull's ViU.'i.r, g iaiauU.:.! to cure them.
Sold by Osbiun A Co., I-n;:gist.
AT.l'.XANDKl!, J. K. Justice of the Teace
."iith htiviit! I'recinct; olhce at Court llouso.
AllK.VMS, W. II. ftl'.KO.-riauinif mill,
s.;eh, door, Mind and nionIdin manufactory,
Kir-hth stici't, t-nst 'f mill raco. Everj thinir
in our lino furnished on short notice and
LOOK STOKE -One door south of the Astor
lloine. A full stock of assorted hox papers
Minn auti laucy.T
CHAIN Li;OS.-rValer In Jewelry, Watch
es, Clocks mid Musical Instruments -Vi.
lunette street, between Seventh and Eighth.
CALI.1SON, K. (S. Dealer in Krocenes, pro
visions, country produce, cniinod pssls.lHxiks,
ut'oiiiTv, etc., southwest oorner Willamette
iind '.Mh t'ts.
DOKKIS, (JEO. Ik-Attorney and Connl!or
ut Law. u.lico on illauu'tto street. Eu-
Belli' v uy.
DOKKIS, I!. F.-Dealer in Stoves and Tin
wan'-Witliuuette street, between Seventh
EI.LSWOUTH & CO.-Drnrcists and dealers
in paints, oils, etc. Willainctto street, be
tween Eighth aud Ninth.
FIMENDLV. S. If. -Dealer in drv poods,
clothing niiil Kcnerul niendiainliso-Willain-rttc
street, between Eighth aud Ninth.
OUAKD OFFICE-Xowspapcr, lswk and job
piintinyollice, corner illanictte audSeventh
CK.VNCE STOKE -Dealers in pcnernl u.er
i'hundi.4! and prisluce, comer Eighth ' and
(ILL, J. I'. -Physician, Surgeon aud Dnnr
(,'ist, Postodhv, W'illaiiietto s rcet, between
Si eiith and Eighth.
HAYS, KOr.T.-Wines, I.iipiors, and Ci
L'ars of the best (iiinlity kept constantly on
hand. The best billiard table in town.
HENDRICKS, T. (l.-Dealci in irencnil mer
chandisenorthwest corner Willamette and
HoDF.S, C Keeps on hand (inn wines, liq
itiirs, ciars and a pool and billiard table:
Willamette street, between Eolith and
1IOKN, CI IAS. M.-Gunsmith. Kifles and
shot -Kims, bri'ech and muzzle losdeiu, for saie.
Iti'pairiug-doiie in the iii utest stylo und war
runted. Shop mi i'th street.
KINSEV,.!. D Sash, blinds and door fac
tory, window' anil door frames, mouldings,
etc., cui;u'ii(,' and glass cutting dimo to order.
LYNCH, A - Groceries, provisions, fruits, veg
etables, etc., Willamette street, first door
south of l'osloflioe.
LVCKEY, ,T. S. Watchmaker and Jeweler;
kecpj -. line stork of gmsls in bis line, Willam
ette street, in Ellsworth's ilrtm store.
McCLAKKN, .TAMES -Choice, wines.lluuors,
and ciitars - Willamette street, between Eighth
OSI'.l'RX k CO. Dealers in dniirs. medicines.'
4.wr"ii'il:, Ufili l"it. eto. Willamette sU,
opposite S. ChnrlfTi : u j.
PATTEKjlON. A. S. A 6110 Htockfpiam
and fancy vi itiiij cards.
l'KESTON, WM.-Dca!erin Pnddlrrv, Har
ness, Carrinxo 'J'riiiiuiings, etc. Willamette
street, between Seventh and Eighth,
TOST OFFICE A new stuck of standard
school books just received at the post otlice.
REAM, J. 1!. 1'inliTtaker ami buildiivf con
tractor, corner Willamette and Seventh
l'.O.SIiN.r.LATTS; CO.- Dry (roods, clolhin
(,'roi cncs and cyncrnl ni' rchaiuli.sc, southwest
corner W jllunu-t to mid Eighth street..
ST. CHARLES HOTEL - Charlns I!a
ker, I'loprictross. 'l'ho best Hoto in the
city. Corner Willamette and Ninth streets
SCHOOL SI'ITL1E.S-A large and varied
assoitini nt of slates of all sizes, and pmntilii'S
01 .'lutes anil slatii lioiikfl. J liree iloors north
of the exjire-is otlice.
THOMI'SOX & KEAXAttomrys-at-Lttw-Willaniotte
street, between Seventh and
VAN HO'DTEX, 15. C-Atront for Wells,
Farjo A Co's. Express; Iiisuranco cirncted in
the most responsiblu companies at satisfac
WALTON, J. .T. Attorney -at-IBW. Office--Willamette
street, between Seventh mid
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
D 1 1 U O GIST ,
"ITflLL CONTINUE THE ECSINESS in
T T all its branches ut the old stand, offcrim'
increased inducements to customers, old and
new. As heretofore, the most
Careful attention given to Prescripions.
.1 A '
0 j E.r
FEEBLE AXD SD'KLY I'EKSONS
En-over tln ir vitality by pursuing a course
of Host, tter's Stomach Ilitters, the nn.t )sip
ular iiivigorant and alterative umlicine in use.
O.-neral ib-bility, b-ver and sguo, dys ia,
cji-tiMition, rheumatism, and othT maladies
ar" completi ly removed by it. Ask the who
have iis-. it what it has done for tlirm.
For sale by all dru:.',i t- and Ii.al.rsg'"iier!IIy.
UfEEEST b' Kif;.s EVER EKOl'GHT
t itiiis nwkrt, at the lowest rriis" I
T. (i. HENDMCK.S '
STATE K EWH.
Cricki'ts nro quito a jwst in some
parts of Iiko county.
Harvest in in full forcfl in Douglas
county, and tho grain yield in good.
TI10 Cove chooso factory lias about
l.U00 pouiulH of tliat article in the
A hook n. ml ladder company was or
ganized in Union on the 5th inst, with
a membership of 15.
The present liabilities of Clackamas
county over available funds, as shown
by tho annual exhibit are $1342 07.
G. V. Ilouck of Monroe, recently
sheared from one of his three-year old
merino rams an eleven months fleece
that weighed seventeen pounds.
Messrs. Wortinnn Si Sons aro closing
out their business in Monroe, and hcre
after they expect to devote their whole
capital and energy to their business in
Gold has been discovered recently by
Andy Wylaud, John Ollicier and others
on tlie iwoiuiia. i no supposition is
that the bars will be worked during
tho coming summer. They are esti
mated to pay from four to five dollars
per man per day.
Pythian hall, soon to bo built at As
toria, will bo 08x48 m size, three stor
ies high. Tho Hint story will be 16
feet in tho clear; tho second 14 feet;
and tho third, 18 feet. The first floor
will be for stores, second floor for offi
ces, third floor for hall.
Rico is declining in prieo in Astoria
owing to the large amounts received of
late. Within a short time 250,000
mats havo been landed from various
ships from Hongkong. Thursday the
price dropped live cents per sack, with
a prospect of further decline.
Mrs. W. 1 1 . Sloper died at her house
111 old xuuepcniieiicn, on Muuraay
morning Of ("."oplexy. Tlie death was
cmhhm ibn Inrlv f . 1 1 1 ,1 nr ilp'.l.'. - U .',l'
cleaning tho floor. Khe was buried at
tho Monmouth cemetery on Sunday,
'.'ho leaves a family of small children
and her husband.
Iist week, Dclazon Trullinger,
Clackamas county, son of G. J. Trullin
ger of Union mills, whilo removing
picco of bark from close proximity to
tho largo circular saw, had his hand
jerked against tho teeth, and in
twinkling lost tho first joint of the first
linoor of his riL'ht hand.
Mrs, Magiuder of Jacksonville
just completed a quilt upon which she
has been steadily employed for eight
months. Tho needle work is done with
such precision that Mrs. M. prides her
self on the fact that atiioiiL' the tens of
thousands stitches in this quilt tliero is
not a singlo one misplaced. The lady
is 7 1 years of n".
Thomas Reeves, of Ahiea Bay, claims
that the lower Alsea valley is one of the
most fertile sections on tho ,1'acific
Coast, and much of tho land is being
rapidly brought into cultivation, whilo
tho mori broken country back from the
bay is covered with inexhaustiblo for
ests of the very finest timber.
At a special school meeting held re
cently at Milton, the taxpayers voted
a tax amounting to nearly $1000. Out
of this about 315 will be appropriated
to cancelling the debt resting on the
magnificent school building. The bal
ance is to aid in running a nine months
school, beginning in September. There
were only two dissenting votes.
Jacksonville Sentinel: S. Booth
brought to our ollice recently three
clusters of wheat stalks, each grown
up apparently from a single grain. The
first cluster contained 52, the second
79, and the third 117 stalks, with
each a full developed ear on it Think
of it 218 stalks and ears from three
grains of wheat We counted the
grains in one of the ears and foun 1
C7 full full grains and several shriveled
ones. If all the cars averaged as thu
one does w e have a grand total of 16,
516 grains as the result of this seasons
yield the outcome of thrwe grains.
We should never lose sight of the
fai t Crinkling, Beecher, Piatt it Co's
eccentric ideas to the contrary not with-
standii!!? that the LVnublioan nartv is
the all the morality p.Hrty'
Mr. J. J. Morgan, railroad agent at
Ilillsboro, met with on accident at that
place on Thursday afternoon, July 14,
which it is feared will prove fatal. He
was engaged in coupling two cars, load
ed with lumlier, which projectedlieyond
the ends of tho cars, and not thinking
of this, while busy watching tho coup
ling link he was caught between the
lumber and his head and died so terri
bly crushed that it is deemed imposible'
fof him to survive. .
Ve learn from Mr. S. Conser,
conductor on tho West Sido train, last
night, that J. JMorgan, of Ilillsboro,
who was yesterday reported as fatally
injured by being crushed between two-
cars, was not so badly injured as at
first suppose!, and it is now though fc
likely he will recover. Standard.
.Btglnnlng lo Take. Shape.
From the Oregon Colonist we learri
that the Oregon Facifib railroad project
is beginning to take shape, and that the
work of construction will actually com
mence on the line between Corvallis
and Yaquina Cay; ties have been ad'
vertised for and engineers sent out to
locate'the lino to be followed immodi-1
ately by graders. This is really good
news, and we are glad that the cher'
ished hopes of our Benton county
friends are likely to bo realized at an
SaiU to havr Absconded. It ia as
sorted that Carlton Price, of the firm
of Price it Brophy, sub contractors un
der Thompson, David & Smith, for
clearing the O. R. t N. Co's roadway
of timber between Portland,, and the
Dalles, has abscond od. It is further
stated that Price has takon quite a sum
of money with him leaving his partner
in tho lurch, as well as a large number
of men who have been in tho employ
h sub "n?ii raptors.
Some7' 'r .nf
v n . or r
men claim to havo been victimized, and
are naturally very indignant. Price
has disappeared and cannot be found,
Ho is thought to havegono to Califor
Cjiaklky Ross. Christian K. Ross
the father of Charley Ross is quoted as
saying: "The only tidings I have ever
received of Charley b'uico he was stolen
was the demand for a ransom of $20,-
000. If I had paid that I would have'
had him long lie fore this, As it is I
have spent $00, 000, and have not got
him. I still have detectives employed
and hope in time to find him. I have
examtned more than 300 lost children
in the search, some of whom had been
stolen, but nono of them was Charley.1'
i i . .
Cheap Travel. The opposition line
of steamboats to the Dalles has been
lilierally patronized of late and the O.
R. it N. Co, have evidently come to the
determination to . mako things warm
for them, as we 'are informed that a
runner for that company last Saturday
was ofloring passages to parties in
tending to go by the Fleetwood for 50
cents, and that a number were brought
down from' the Dalles for the same
DnoppED Dead. Christian Erick-
son, a fisherman employed by Booth &
Co., dropped dead in his boat where he
was fishing Thursday evening. He had
been out fishing and had made one
haul; says the Astorian, and after pull
ing the net in sat down, apparently tJ
rest, and died He leaves a family at
upper tewn. Heart disease is supposed
to be cause of his death.
Wheat Worm. An insect of some
kind has been destroying wheat in Yam
ii ill uuunbjr aC m tearful race," catting '
tho stalk off at the surfaces of the
ground. Some of the farmers hare
lost very Tieavily on account of it Jos.
Watt, Esq., of Amity, loses about 200
acres of wheat, and other farmers lose
When John Adams was a achoof
teacher at Worcester he penned these
lines: "But I have no books, no time
no friends. I must, therefore, be con'
tented to live and die an obscure fol
low." He was afterward President of
the United states. A young man with'
"sand'' in him need never lie discour-