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ESTABLISHED FOR THE DI5SEMATI0N OF DEMR1TIC PRINCirLES, AND TO EARN AN HONEST LIVING BY THE U EAT OP Ola BROW
WHOLE NC 736
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ID, 1881.
$2.50 per year 1)1 ADVANCE
(The Cugtne City (Buarfl.
L L. CAMFUKLL J. . t'AMPBKU.
Publishers and Proprietors.
OFFICE On the East side of Willamette
Street between Seventh and Klflith Street
KA.TK3 OB' ADVKKTISINO.
Adertlemetita Inserted m followa:
On ninare, 10 line or less, one Insertion SS;
each sutMwiuent iuaertion L C'aah reiiuired in
""Timrklverteri will be clian-ed at the bl
owing rate: M
Out ii-nare three months N "
" iix month 8
II II .. ear ..
1'ran.Uat notiues in local column, 20 cent jwr
In for each insertion.
Advertising Mils will be rendered quarterly.
All job work. mut be r.vn roa o I'tLivtHV.
tfflfe Hour - From T a. m. to 7 p.m. Bands?!
i. m ISO to iV P- .i, i .t
ll.il arris from the oth an-I learea jolni- north
10 a m. Axmea from the north an.l W-ava. if.iiiK
. nil it 1SS o. m. for Siuiilaw, franklin ami Jonir
f.. cloie at ".- WtUaea-i.-f. Ko, Crawford.
ill' Camp Creak an Brown.Tiilr at I r.u.
VitUra will be rovtr forneliverf half an hour aftr
, malof train.. I-elter. .hould be left at the utnee
...kor before PATTF.RKO P. .
. vt & v Mini A II
KPOUKI nono i "! , ,"
vu Brat and third Wenedajr la each
K4o. 8rmrr hdtti i-onoK no. w . .
Rv .WjO. K. MeeUery laewiaT uttoios;.
U on th Id and 4th Wednesday in each month.
Euurss Lonus, No. 15, A. O. V. W.
Meeu t Maaonic Hall tli second and fourth
Fnday. in each month. j M S oA!) M W
DR, JOHN NICKLIN,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur,
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
JtESIDENCE-Upstaini, over ('has. JHoru'a
PHYSICIAN AND SUUGEON,
Office on Nlntli Street, opposite the St.
Charlea Hotel, and at Kenldcnte,
KUOKWK CITY OHKOON.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN UK FOUND AT HISOFFICK or rw
yidenco when not professionally engiii-ed.
Olfiee at the
POSTOFFICK DllUtl STOllK.
Kesidence on Eighth street, opp-ialte Presby
JEWELRY 1 STAliLIijllMKNT.
J. S. LUCKEY,
Clocks, Waches, Chains, Jewelry, Etc,
Umpiring Promptly Executed.
taT All Work Warranted.
Kll ..rth k Co. 'a brink Willamette street.
LYNCH & PAGE,
In Dorris' Brick Buflding.
Groceries i Provisions,
Will keep on hand a general wwirtmeiit of
(Iroceriea, Provinions, Cured Me:iU,
Tolracco, Ciiiarn, fandiea,
t'andliK, Soi, oti"iis.
Gre.it and Dried Fruit,
Wood and Willow Ware.
l!iiirreM will le conducted on a
Which nieaiiH that
Low Prices are Established
fjoorfi drlirrrrd vrltliont liargc to Buj'ri
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
Vr which we will ly the
,rice. ll'M n x 1 A
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
J KIT Ct GIST,
11TILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS in
f f mi in. i'i . - - - . - q
Increaaed inducemenU to cuntomem, old and
n.w. A heretofore, me morn
Careful attention civen to Prescripions.
GROCERIES & PR0V1SI0VS
. wlt in four ow town. Term, u l lioutllt
Bide & Pur Depot
For the present I can be found at
T. . G. HENDRICKS. I am now
buying all the
offered at the best
Cash. I hope to see
and customers before selling their
The largest stock
ol goods in Lane Co
Is now on Sale at
And tliCse arc a fow.of the Bai
ferod lor CASH :
iri'i. il....l....tu fin- fil hit rwiir.
.Met' in" i)iiuii m . i i
limeade Dress Coods for 1" ds per yd.
Cood Cashmere, full width, SO cts per
15roe ade Silks from $1 25 up
THE Nest Assortment in the
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Ladies Kid Tuition
Ladies Kiii Fox
Ijitdles California Calf
Childreus California Calf
Men's California Pioot.s
.Men's Cood Heavy l'.oots
Men' Calf Hoots
Ladies IVhled ISuUoued Shoes.
Clctliiiiff Cheaper than any o flier House
Give me a call and
TErVO PRICES I
SCHOOL Httl'SES, whose interest are
spend their profits at home. Take notice that-
Will ell goI for CASH at greatly reduced
Pst PrinU lb and 1 yanla f 1 00
Pest Hrown and Lloached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
Clark, and Prooke ooI ootton 75 ct per Dot
PUin and Milled Flrnnela, 25, 35: 45 and 50
Water Troo , cetU
fin. Whit Shirta. 75 eta and tl.
And all Other Coods at Proportionate Rat
Ali the Celebrated
WHITK SK rVIXG MACHINE
' one letter for strenirth, ttr, and duraldlity).
. k... .... i..j l, i If , nv time
!t u.. otl.-n.. thii full credit ell rtatv.XiuH A,.lt,lUM
market price, in
all my old friends
I,adics undiT Vests
A lir'c iissdrtiiicn
t from .r0 ets up
of Trimiii'' Silks
? cts to 1 I'.'l
A tine line of l loosiiry, all jiriccs
Overalls from TiO ctJ up.
. ...at from 82 up
.from SI 2") up
. .from $1 50 up
from $1 up
50 worth .
KUILD Ynl'lt P.lflDCES, l DS AND
your interests ! Are peiuiaueii4j,.ttte,i a,
j.rices, as low a any other CASH 8T1
Fine Cheviot Shirts. .W, "5 eta and
New Assortment DreRe (Jool (No
20 and Zri eta.
Mens' Underwear, Shirts and Drawely) ,.t
Meiia'Overshirta, 7-r cts. and 81.
Mens' Overall, SO.fifi, 75 eta and 1.
Embroideries and Edwins at Kabul
At greatly r. .In. ! rate..
tlifv wi.h to ri CASH itrAr. I will
-' KlTOKNK CITY
AI.EXAIF.I. J. n.-.lutice(.f the IVm-e
South KuKi'iiv lWinit:oHice at Court limine.
AliKAMS, W. H. A l'.liil. - I'laniiii,' will,
a.h, door, Mind and nioiil.liiu; iiciiiufiu-torr,
P.ifc'hth Htre. t, eiit .if mill ,-,.. Kverythiiuf
in our lino furnished on nhort notice uud
HOOK STOlti: One d.M.r mmth of the At.ir
House. A full stock of aniorted lix p;iu m
plain ami fancy.
CHAIN l'.KOS. -lVnler in .Jewelry, Wnt.li
en, CliK'ka and Musical lntniuiit Wil
lainette street. Mwcen Seventh and KiB-lith.
C.M.l.ISON", I!. (!. IVuler in ikviim, pro
vision, country irodiico,cnuiieil pHuli, hooka,
atatii'iiery, etc., noutiiwest inrncr Willamette
and Uth Stx.
lOI!lMS, CKO. It. Attorney mid Counsellor
at Law. Ollico on Willamette ntrci t.. Ku
DOUKIS, II. F.- 1 Valor iu Stoves and Tin
wan1-Willamette afreet, hetween Seventh
Kl.l.SWOKTH & CO. -Drnwistaand denlera
in painty oilH, etc. Willaiuctto street, U'
tween Kihth and Ninth.
FK1KND1.V S. II. -Dealer in div pnuls,
cUhiui; uud general men liandise Willam
ette street, between Kih'lith and Ninth.
(U'AKD OKF1CK Newspaper. 1-iok uud joli
printiiij;otlice, corner WilliinieUeiimlScvinth
t;il.l .J. P. -Physician, Surgeon and Dhik'
(fist, l'ostoliice, Willamette a net, lietwcen
Seventh mid F.hth.
HAYS, PiOl'.T. Wines, l,iiitors, and Ci
tars of the hest ipiality kept constantly on
hand. The best billiard talile in town.
HKNDKICKS. T. U.-ealei in general iner
cliamlise -northwest comer W illamette and
HODKS, ('. Keeps on hand tine wines, lii
tiors, near ami a pool and billiard table;
Willamette street, between Kilith and
HOHN, ('HAS. M.-IJunsiuith. Piflca and
ahnt-KUiia, breech ami inuzle londers, for sale.
Hepa'rintf done in the neatest style mid war
ranted. Shop on lull street.
LYNCH, A (Iroeeries, provisions, fruits, veg
etables, etc., Willamette street, first door
south of l'ostoliice.
LJ'CKKY, J. S. -Watchmaker and .Jeweler;
keeps a tine stock of iimls in his line, Willam
ette street, in Kllsworth's drug store.
MeCLAKKN, J A MKS Choice, w ines,li.pi,rs,
and ciirars- Willamette street, between Kihth
OSIiUKN t CO. Dealers in dnnpi, inedicines.
cheuiicals, oils, paints, otc Willamette st.,
opposite S. Charles Hotel.
PATTKUSON, A. S.'-A fiuo stock of plain
and fancy visiting cards.
PKKSTON, WM. -Dealer in Raddlerv, Har
ness, Carriage Trlinniin, etc. Willamette
street, between Seventh and Eighth,
POST OFFICE -A new stock of standanl
school books just received at the post ollice.
HEAM, .J. It. Undertaker and building con
tractor, corner Willamette and Seventh
liOSENULATT & CO.-Div l-ikmIs. dothiui:
grcHeries and general merchandise, southwest
corner Vt lllaniette ami highth streets.
ST. CHAIM.ES HOTEL - Charlaa lin
ker, Proprietress. The best Hote in the
:ity. Corner Wilhunette and Ninth streets
SCHOOL SUPPL1ES-A huge ami varifd
assortment of slates of all sii s.ainl ipiiiutities
of jlatos ami slate -ImokH. I hive doors uoi tli
of the express ollice.
THOMPSON 1SEAN - Attorneys aM.aw-
Willatnetto street, between Seventh and
VrAN HOUTEN. I!. C. - Agent for Wells,
Fargo Una. Express; lnsuneiceilf'icted in
the most responsible companies at satisfac
WALTON, J. Attorney at-I.aw.' Ollice-
illainette street, betw een Seventh anil
Mother like and Phyalciana
IT IS NOT NARCOTIC.
ckxtaui: li xm i:nts ;
!h? "World's ftrwit I'aiii-K -lioviii";
H-inodii's. Tlicy Ih-q!,
sioollio anil cure IJiirns,
Wounds, Wcuk I:itk and
JJlieiiinatisiii upon .Man, mid
Sprains, Galls mid Lameness
.r.pon llcasts. Clwap, iiiitk
EPURTS ct iHf:ntinr; Elucua,
Cnolaoi. Crackliu Paiua la tUa
Head, re Lid Ereatli, DeaTnobb,
and nny Catarrhal Complaint,
can oe exterminated hj Wei Do
Meyer's Catarrh Core, a Consti
tutional Antidote, by Absorp
tion The most Important Dia
covery since Vaccination.
poll ,tt.HflltM)liK Co
T. C. HENDRICKS.
VKH' timiU'H OV II A1H
i 1 and lari-'est ever brought V Lu''i.e.i
Fl: I K.SOL VS.
JAN JUAN LIMB for sale bv
T. ;. H EMI; ! 'KS
.uUltllW;. A'Mn- I SI I A....U-U, 11
The Palles dephires the preseneo of
several women who are in the liahii of
drinking to intoxication.
It is expected that tlm new Metho
dist church nt Astoria w ill he ready for
occupancy iliout. New Years.
Ceo. lVrrick of I'nmtilla county 1ik'
l,5i)t) pounds (if potatoes from three.
quarters of tin neres of ground.
Mr. llatiley lust week m,hl to Cin
Lin, a celestial miner from Applegnte,
fifty hogs, nvera-inj; 300 ihhiiuIs ench
(ieorge McNulty, son of dipt JIc
Nulty, is lying sick with small pox iu
the Italics. The enso is issolated iu
uitiiii us possiiilo ami the patient is
A Land of horses immU-riug SS head
la-longing to the estate of II. ,1. Wul
(Iron, were sold nt auction in the
Ihilles last week. Tim nverngo price
was $50 per head.
The amount to lie raised Ly Multno
mah county this liseal year in the wuy
taxes, is over $222,000, a Mini which
certainly ought to run that county in
pretty good shape.
A joint stock company has been
formed to luiild a public hall in Pen
dleton. A building 10x100 feet will
be erected, costing about $2,000. The
shares are $50 each, all of which have
On tlm 7th inst., Fred Miller died nt
his home on tho John Day river, whilu
while watering his stock at tho barn.
He was in his usual health and died
without a moment's warniiio. Heart
disease is the stated cause.
The following entries were inado nt
Thn Dalles land ollice during October:
Timber culture, thirty entries; pre
emption filings, thirty nine; homestead
entries, twenty-two cash entries, eight
Tho totid aggregate, 18,000 acres.
Heppner has had one case of small
pox. The victim was.Miss Nancy Ynr
lott, n young lady about 20 years old.
It is not not known how she. contracted
the disease, unci of the nuim-rous per
sons exposed, none havo taken it from
A child of Hew J, M. Mclntiro of
Hubbard, Linn county, was fatally pois
oued on the 7th, by the mother mistak
ing morphine for iiininc and minimis
tering a dose of the former. Tho child
lived but two hours after taking tho
It is stated that thero am "15,000
bushels of grain uiuliresliwl in the
country above Sheridan when the
rains began, and only a small portion
of it was saved as merchantable grain.
This is a, discouraging event for one
little section. ,
Messrs. A. Sanders and Levi Hob
bins, of Mulalla 1'iairie, drove a lino
lot of hogs to Messrs. Albright ,fc Lojj
us, Oregon City, last week. Tho for
mer had IS which averaged 270 pounds)
and the latter 1 1 with an average of
2'J8 pounds each.
Marly last Sunday morning a largo
fir tree near the home of John Hin
derman of Highland was struck by
lightning and n piece about sixty feet
lung was torn nway from '.he main
body and left hauuin". Some distance
from there a dead tree was also struck
and shive'cd into fragments.
Travel has now almost ceased for
this year across the licbanon inoun-l
tain road, and very few more will at
tempt the trip before the mad opens
next spring. Walter McCee, the
keeper of the gate at Canyon creek,
says that the number of wagons pass
ing that point was 75.S and that the
t'dl collected aiiiount.-il to n little ovr
The store of Kveit A Histad situa
ted on the Meadows, Umatilla, was
burned recently and all its contents
destroyed with the (ixccption of about
50O worth of goods which were gotten
out. The loss is about' 9,500 with
no iniirauce. The fire originated by
one of the employees going into a back
room after night with a lighted candle
i to get some rope. Inle there lie ac
cidentally set tire to a curtain. The
lire spread ntpidly and the building la--in"
nt wiine di-ilttice from any other
bun.- it was wrapa-d iu tbuues U fore
help could arrive..
It has long been tho pious custom'
of our pertj.lt' with the closing of tho
year to look Wk upon the blessings)
brought to thnn m the changing couroa
of seasons and to return solemn thanks)
to the nil giving Hource from- whom-'
they (low, nnd although at thin period,,
w hen the falling leaf admonishes ca
that (he time of our sacred duty is at
hand, our nation lies in tho ahadovr of
a great Wrenvi-ment, the mourning
which tills our hearts finds uh sorrow-'
fill toward the (lod la-fore whoiu wo-'
but lately Lowed in grief nnd suppli
cation, yet the countless lienetitH wliich
have showered upon us during the post
12 mouths cull for our fervent grati
tude and make it fitting that we should
rejoice with thankful hearts that tho
Lord iu his infinite mercy lias most
signally favored our people and coun-'
ti y. lVaco without nnd prosperity
within have liecn vouchsafed to us, no-'
pestilence litis visited our shores, tho
abundant privileges of freedom whit-hour
fathers left us in their wisdom are
still our increasing heritage, and if in
parts of its vast domain soma af
fliction has visited our brethern in tliuir "
forest homes, yet oven this calamity
has Wii tempered and in a manner
sanctilh-d by n generous compassion for
the Kufl'erers w liich has been called forth
throughuut our land. For all thesa
things it is meet that tho voico of tho
nation should go up to God' in' devout
homage. Therefore I, Chester' Ai
Arthur, president of the United States
do recommend that all people observo
Thursday, tho 24 tli day of November,,
as a duy of national thanksgiving and'
prayer, by ceasing so far as 'may be
from their secular labors and meeting
in their several places of worship, thoro
to join ascribing honor and praiso to
Almighty (Jod whoso goodness has
been so manifest in our history and in
our lives, and offering our honest pray
ers that his bounties may continue to
us nnd our children. In witness
CHESTER A. AUTIIlJli..
Ity the president:
Jas. (!. P.LAiNE, Secretary of Stat a.
Much excitement lias prevailed in
linker county relative to tho death and
suhscicnt disposal of the remains of J
S. Winn at linker City some days 'ago.
As soon as Mr. Winn was taken sick
he sent for his mother, in La Grande,
to come to him, and in the meantime
making affidavit before Judge Elmer
that ho had not sullirient means for
his immediate necessities, ho was placed
in the earo of Dr. llrown, keeper of the
county poor. lloforo Mrs. Winn
reached linker City he was buried.
Upon her arrival sho decided to ' haver
the remains removed to La Grande;
but was horrified to find that they
hud been taken away, the collia having
been broken in from the top. Search
was immediately instituted, and after
several days the corpse was foond bur
ied iu Dr. Atvvood's barn, alongside tho
manger, in a perfectly nudo' Btato. It
was brought o La Grande and received
decent burial on Tuesday. Tho friends
of the deceased were amply ablo to
havo cared for liim had they beon prop
erly informed of his condition.
A. J. P.uck lins a curiosity on exhi
bition in Oregon City. It is about the
sir.e of an Indian pestle, but carved on
both ends and on one side. Oa the
side is a good representation of a heart,
1 1 was probably a small idol and wo
found, as wore also some huge teeth1
that are with it, about sixty feet be
low tho surface) of tho ground, where
the excavations are lieing madfl'or tho
railroad at the Cascades on tho Colum
bia, Alfred Wilson, who lives near Sher
idan, killed a largo black bear recently
after a fight of several hours. He waa
aided in tne battle by five dogs, aH of
them ln-fng fearfully torn fit the strug
gle, his wife, two daughters, and finally'
a man, came to the rescue. As told'
by a corresjiondeiit, it was one of the
most famous lear fights of modern
times. A large panther was also killed!
near the same place shortly after.
The foulest monopoly in the land'
rniubiiiatic.il of six firms now control the'
I whole poultry trade of. tin South.