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EST1BL1SHED FOR THE DISSEBIXATION OF DEI0CR1TIC PRINCIPLES, AJiD TO UU AS LONEST L1VI1C BT TUB SWEAT OF Oil BSOf
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1881.
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ZUt timnt (City uarl
X L. CAMPBELL.
J: B, CAMPBKI.U
Publishers and Proprietors.
OFFICK-On the Kwt aide of Willamette
Street between Seventh and Eighth Strata.'
KATES OF ADVBKTISnfG,
A.l.artlaementa liuerted a lullowii
fin. i tiara. 10 linea or lm. inu iuwrtioa $3
each auUequent insertion L Caah required ia
Tina atlvertiaara will be charged at the ful-
warinir ratal :
tin auuara three month 6 00
" " aix montlia 8 00
" nue year 12 00
Transient notice iu local column, 20 ceuta per
the for each insertion.
Advertising bilhi will be rendered quarterly.
All ub work must be run run o.i iiklivisi,
Ifae Hours-Prom T a. m. to I p.m. Bnadari
,t J:30 to 130 p. m.
u.n utiym from the sooth and leave, rein north
10 a. a.' Arrive from the north and leave, ffring
t ith at 1:13 p. as. For Smhl.w, rrantlln ana ixma
daM at on WednaKlay. For Crmwfuril-
r.n rvCa: anil Rrownrrirle at 1 P.M.
fottan will be ready for delivery half an hoar after
.rfnl of train. Lettera should be loft at the otlloe
..., befora "'Ag ATTER80!( . K
lium tame No II.' A. F. sr.' A. II.
.Meeta Bfst and third Welneaiar hi each
gmfiu. BrtKorn Btrrr Tnn H I. O.
JJyL Tito. F. Meeta every Tuesday evening.
aeeta aa the Id and 4th Wednesday, ia eacn mootn,
Fouex Lofxis, No. 15, A. O. IT. W.
Meeta at Masonic Hall the second and fonrtk
f.-lday m eacn moniu. , .
J. St Sloan, M. W.
D R. JOHN NI C KLIN,
Physician; Surgeon and Accoucheur.
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
RESIDENCE-Upitairs, over Chan. 'Horn',
A. K PATTERSON,
Physician and surgeon,
Olace on Ninth Street, opiioalte the Ml.
Charlea Hotel, and' at llealdenee,
kijgh:n-k city oiikxjon.
IR. JOSEPH P. GIL,'
-ftAN BE FOUND AT HIH OFFICE 'op Ho
Videiiee when nut professionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STOltE.
lteaidenea'nri'Eiglith 'street, opposite Presby
J. S. LUCKEY, .
Clocks- WacheSj Chains, Jewelry, Etc,
Repairing Promptly Executed.
J. 8. LUOKKY,
tilhrvorth ft Co.' hrick Willamette street.
A; LYNCH. JAS. iAGK.
LYNCH & PAGE,
In Dorris' Brick Building.
Groceries ,,d Provisions,
Will keep on'hand a general assi-rtmi'nt of
Groceries, Provisions, Cured MeatH,
Tobacco, Cijrars, Candies.
Candles;- SoaTM, - Notions,
Green and Dried Frniti,-
Wood and Willow Ware.
Bnsineta will be conducted on 'a'
Which means thai
Low Prices are Established
Good. dtliTtrtd witfiont tliargr to Buffi
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTEf
Vwhich w. will wJ
ELLSWORTH & CO.,
D KUG GIST,
-11TILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS in
V T all iU branch ee at the old etaad, offerinf
increaaed indncementa to cnatoaKra, old and
aew. Aa heretofore, the moat
Careful attention given to Prescripions.
p KOCEatlES-Iall keep on a rollaf
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
Aad in rite the Untion of hooarkeepen.
T. G. HEXDRICSK
- . , . T..H!-ti
tS ytLZmlL! I '
Gives notice that
of Goods at reduced prices for
Hide & Eur Depot
For the present
T. G. HENDRICKS. I am now
buying all the
FURS, HIDES AND TALLOW,
offered at the best market price, in
Cash. I hope to see all my old friends
and customers before selling their
New Departure ! !
TWO PRICES I
PATRONIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T
SCHOOL HOI-MEM, whnee intercut are
,nd tlieir probt. at home. Take notice that-
Will aell (node for CASH at irreatly reduced price., aa low aa any other CASH KTOKE.
Beat Print, lb and 18 yard. tl 00
Bod Brown and Bbached Mnalina, 7, 8, V, and
Clark, and Brook, epool cotton 75 eta per Dot
Plain and Milled Flranala, 25, 35; Vi and 60
Water Proo , eecta
Fin WiU Shirta, 75 eta aad L
And all Other Coods at Proportionate Rates.
Alao the Celebrated
WHITE SK AITSG ZNIACHIXE !
V.w better for rtrenrth. .tic. and duraHlitr). At creatl rolnod rataa.
1 4r To mT aid duttaoera. wbo hare atond hr
trma aa heretofore na tim, hut if at any time they wiifc toauk CAtiH purrham, I will
all u, a. lr, the full credit uiy reducti- A V. VEThUS
he offers his stock
I can be found at
1UUIM1Y0UK ISKIDOEH, ROA1 AND
your interarta ! Are permanently located and
Fine Cberi.H ShirU. , 75 eta aad L
New Aamrtment Dreaa Gooda'(No Traah) 15,
20 and Seta,
Matta' Underwear, Shirta and Drawer, 50 ct
Men' Orerabirte, 75 eta. and 81.
Men Oreralb, 50, 65, 75 eta and L
Embmiderie and Edina at Fanukma Low
me an I ms. I wiil mntinae to aell cn aai
ALEXANDER, J. B.-JuaHeeof the Peace
Sonth Eugene Preciuct; office at Court Houaa.
ABRAMH, W. IL & BRO.-rianlng mill,
eaxh, door, blind and mouhKng manutactory,
Ehjhth itreet, eaat of mill race. Everything
in our line furnuhed on abort notic and
reaaunable term. -
BOOK STORE One door aouth of the Alitor
Hon. A full atock of aamrted box paper
plain aad fancy.
GRAIN BROa-Dealcp In Jewelry, Watch-
ts, 1ioca. ann mimical inatrumenta Wil
lamette itreet, between Seventh and Eighth.
CALLISON, R. a -Dealer In irrocenea. pm-
Piaion. oountry produce, canned gooila, hooka,
etationery, etc., outhwet corner Willamette
and 0th St.
DORRIS, GEO. a-Attomey and Councilor
at law. umoe on t iliamette alreet. Eu
DORRIS. B. F. -Dealer In Stove, and Tin
ware iliamette itreet, between Seventh
ELLSWORTH & CO. -DruprUU and dealer
u paint, una, etc. Vt iliamette itreet, be
tween Eighth and Ninth.
FRIENDLY. 8. H.-Dealep In dry xhU,
clothing and Keneral merchandiae W illam
ette alreet, between i.i(hth and Ninth.
GUARD OFFICE Newspaper, Ixiok and job
lnuvin);uu!u,curner n uiomeiie antlsevelitb
GILL, J. P. Phyaiclan, Surgeon and Drug
gist, Pontolfice, Willamette a eeet, between
eeventn anil rvintn.
HAYS, ROBT.-Wlnei. Llouor.. and M
Earn of the beet quality kept conatantly oil
and. The beat billiard table in town.
HENDRICKS, T. G.-Dealei In genera
chanilise northwest corner Willamette and
HODES, G-Keepi on hand fine wine, llq
uora, cigara and a pool and billiard table:
Willamette itreet, between Eighth and
HORN, CHAS. M.-Gunniith. Riflea aid
hot-tpim, breech and muizlo loeden, for aaie.
Repairing done in the neateit atyle and war
ranted. Shop on Vth itreet
LYNCH, A Grocorlca, provliiona. fniita. ve-
etamee, etc, wuiamette atrect, nnit door
outn oi roeuimce.
LUCKEY, J. S. -Watchmaker and Jeweler j
Keep a nue .iik'K or gooiii m Hi. line, Willam
ette itreet, In Ellsworth ' drug .tore.
McCLAREN. JAMES - Choice, wlriM,llmior,
and cigari -Willamette itreet, between Eighth
OSltURN & CO. -Dealer In dniga, medicine.
chemical., oil., painta, etc. Willamette at.,
opMwite S. Charlea Hotel
PATTERSON, A 8.-A fine atock of plain
and fancy visiting card.
PRESTON, WSL-Dealer In BadcUerr, Har-
nea, larnage Irlmnnnga, etc. Willamette
treet between Seventli aad Eighth.
POST OFFICE -A new utock of itnndard
chpol book juat received at the )mit oHice.
REAM, J. K. -Undertaker aad building con-
tractor, norner V iliamette aaU Seventh
ROSENBLATT ft CO. Dry good, clothing
grnceriea and general merchnndlHe, aouthweat
corner iliamette anu Eighth itreeta,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL Charln Ba-
ker, ProprietreM. The beat Hote in the
ity. Comer Willamette and Ninth itroeta
SCHOOL SUPPLIES A large and vnrl.d
awmrtiuent of slate, of all aizea, and quantities
of slates anil slate book. 1 liroe donni north
of the express nflice.
THOMPSON ft BEAN-Attorneys at Iw-
Willamette street, between Seventh and
VAN HOUTEN, B. C.-Agent for Wella,
Fargo A CVa. Express; Insurance effected in
the most resionsible companies ,at aatiafau
WALTON, J. .T.-Attiirney-at-Law. Ottice
Willainette street, between Seventh and
Kothwr. Ilka and Phyalclan
IT IS NOT NARCOTIC.
tho World's groat Paln-I.o-licvlng
remedies. They heal,
Hootho and euro II urn,
Wounds, Weak ltat'k and
Klieuinatlsiu upon Alan, and
Sprains, Colli and Lameness
jipou ncantft. Cheap, iulck
EPTJRT3 of di.fcnatinp; Huu,
SnnOo. Crackling; Paina im tha
Kead, Tatld Braath, Danfne..,
and any Catarrltal Complaint,
eaa Va xtersainatad ly Wai Da
tleyar'a Catarrh Cara, a Conati
tatioBal Aatidota, by Abaorp
tioa. The ast Iatportaat Dla-o-rarj
T70 a VENEHtL SieHCHANDISK ( i
'VTEW HpO( K OF IIATM-Tb brat
1.1 and iaiveat ever brought to Koirrae.at
SAN JUAN LIMB f. a.1. by
T. . HKXflBICKt.
47 WY.IK. i;.Ur krmtmMlj an.Crllv
V' AxoaillM. AMtmm lata Co. Aafmtm, Me.
h M M
The Portland corrosponJi'iit, "Hrrr-
uiann," of the Astoriao, being a well
poMtftl R'puliliir hhaarlC know
wlwreof he Rpeaki when he writes
aliouc the following antliitioaii' Oregon-
Portland, Nov. 21 In Uuicitjre-
Hiue tnrce gHiitleiuert wlinaw nauie ary
proininently liofore taw peopte ef Ore
gon as candidate for the Unit) States
senatoniliip at the eipctioB to be herd
next October. They are Hon. Joseph
N. Dolph, Judgo George II. Williams
and Ex-Senator John 1L MiUholL Be
sides these mar 'be aMtutiomx) a half
dozen others who would not object tr
the honoi, but are not generally known
as aspirants for the poaitiotv
HON. J. N. DOLPII.
Ia the buBiext and hnnteiA working
lawyer in the State. He is head of the
linn of Dolph, Drouaugh, IXli4. A Si
mon, who have a very large civil prac
tice and are seldom found in criminal
cases. He is attorney for the Orego
Railroad and Navigation Company,
the valley railroads on both sides, the
now street railway company, ami a
number of minor corporations. Not
alone is he the lawyer to prosecute and
defend suits, but he is chief adviser in
all new steps, great andjsmall, about to
be taken. It is said that his personal
income, aside from his interest in the
firm and from real estate is not less
than $15,000, and ht earns every
penny. He is estimated to bo worth
8200,000, mainly in property which lie
has held for years and which, until
recently, lias lieen unproductive. He
is completing a residence at a cosh of
Jl'DUI UEOUnl 11. WILLIAMS.
Ex-senator and ex-attorney general
Williams will not, so his friends say,
make a fight for tire oflica which he
once so ctMy tilled, If the position be
tendered by thu next legislature, lie
will not refuse, but those intimate with
him affirm that he will not accept the
honor at the cost of soliciting tho vote
of a single representative. Shortly
after his ruturn here Just yoar he
formed a law partnership with W.
lir Hill, Geo. If. Durham and H. Y.
Thompson. He stands at the head of
his profession and tho firm is the great
est combination of legal tulent in Oro
gon. Next year he will build an ule
gant residence near the Ilishop Scott
EX-BKNATOR J. II. MITOIIF.I.L
Is popular with a considerable portion
of his party, but no incurred uncon
cealed opposition from the Indepen
dents. His power in securing tho sup
port and best effort of strong political
workers throughout the Slato, and
bending their will to hi own, with
nothing but bis individuality to attract
them is simply wonderful. His friends
claim that he con carry Multnomah
county, which elects eight representa
tives next year in the face of all oppo
sition even if it takes the form of open
warfare. He is strong in Eastern Ore
gon, but no county lieyond the moun
tains is likely to send a Republican
to the Legislature, Politician un
friendly to Senator Mitchell assert that
if he is- put forward as a candidate,
enough Ibpulilieaii in Washington,
Yamhill, lientoii and Linn counties
will stay away from the polls to insure
the election of Democratic legislator!
OTIIEll ASHI BANTS.
Mr. Henry Failing, one of the most
successful merchants and afterward
banker, of the nielrnjiolis, U mention'
ed as a compromise camlidntA- Though
not a public man, in the strict sense, he
has 110 little knowledge of national af .
faint, is a good parliamentarian, broad
and lilx-ml in hi vitws, and a tar
a Oregon' commerce and material
development are concerned, would
make a very useful senator.
Hon. W. D. Hare, ex -col lector of
custom at your port 1 also ipoken
of a a candidate.
But Oregon gave only 665 majority
for Garfield, when six month before
Congressman George carried the State
by 1397, a fulling off of 732. With
the split between Stalwart and Half
breads, mho van say the Mtt Legisla
ture will be Republican?
The O. -R 4 N. Co, pays taxes- ow
1334,000 in. Wasco county. The PuU
man, Pttlaoa Sleeping Car Co on
Soma taow ia airaadjr fallen, im
Lake county and the weather ia bitter
cold Stock of all kind ar still' do
ing Weir, However.
Tli past seanon' three- iww vaaael -wera
built at MnrslrfWld: and tw a--North'
Bend, (Coos Bay) all of a larger
doss than formerly the former about:
700 tons and the latter about 000 ton)
burden, but of less meaturemeint.. r
' The Fort Klamath road via Rogur
river, ia-blorlceeV by snow, which' lie
to the depth of srveral feetjtoa) tBa Ca-
cadem A few, teaonteM have beam
caught in tlra late storms and' sot ol
them havw experienced Maehi troublw
in reaching a placa of aafotyt
Lymaa Chappotl, wb ha leaned tho '
fine farm of John1 MiRer; on Apple-
gato, luts jast threUed 7400 pound ol
alfalfa, seed, worth' $1480. fron
14- acres- of alfalfa Froaj tbw
same piece of B.rxt 23 ton of- ba
were soM at 7 per ton,' akinf , tbV
gross yield $1604.
The blackleg that ha kirW soraany
calves in the southern part1 of Uranti
county has about ceased' its ravageai
Some few case are reported in the Wai
ner valley, but'on the Malheur and- in
Harney valley the' disease' seems to
have spent itself. . Fully one-half of .
the calve in the latter place have died-
D. C. Courtney,- who- killed' Matl
Shannon' in- Jacksonville eorne timer
ago,' and who was indicted for man"
slaughter by the- grand! jury,. had hie
trial during the 'pest' week and was ao
iittittcdi The-jnry vu out 20. houna
thn Imllot standing severn' for acquittal1
to five fbr conviction until jeati before
thu verdict was reterneti.
Citisetisof Union eotmry offer, fay
aggregate,. $1260 reward' for the an
rest and' conviction' of the party or
parties who murdered John' Hawk
while sleeping in his- tent1 at Lostine '
in that county on the night of Novem
ber 3d.- Of that' amount Mr.
Hawk, offers $100, 11 J. Rodger,
sheriff $.r)0 and the- balance Is given by
183 persons in sum ranging from $2
to $50 each.
Harder lott FtuL
YestPrdny morning workman
named Hankin discovered the body of
a man in the river near the wharf at
Nicolai's lumberyard, some two milt
below this city. Coroner Garnold wae
iiniuedistely notified, and proceeded to.
the spot. He found the body to be
that of a man apparently about 50)
year of age, 5 feeet 1 1 inches in height
with dark' hair, chin whiskers, and)
moustache mixed with gray, slightly
bald. It wo near the wharf, aad
about fifteen feet from the shore,
where the water at present is but foar
feet deep.- It was nude with the ex
ception of a- shirt and undershirt, be
neath whiuh a piece of bale rope had
been passed and fastened in a slip
noose, to ti ends of which was fas
tened a stone weighing nearly 10ft
pounds, whioh had prevented it area,
rising to the surface. The feet were
bound together by a piece of wire, un
dorncatb which on an arufcle was v
small towel. The body bad evidently-
been in the water fee two- or three
weeks, and it is probable wo tlirowm
there during the late- high water, and
came in siiht when the river receded.
It was conveyed to the coronal's office
and an inquest wiO be held' to-day. It
has not been examined by a sturgeon a
yet, with the exception of a wound or
bruise uear the inner corner el the left
eye; no marks of 'violence are risible
but there can be very little doubt thae
a foul murder hna Urea eoromitted. No
rook of the ami, kindi aa tho one at
tached to the bocly are to be seen i
the vicinity ef the wharf, aad it in
probable the body and the rock were
carried there and thrown from the
wharfcwherort was surposed the wa
ter was Wp enough to hide it tVirevnr.. ,
So far, the body haa not been identi-.
6ed, but many who have seen it say
they they think they have seen the Bian
wheu alive, but they do not know wnet
he a at Standard, Nov 2tL