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WHOLE NO. 783.
lit tfagrne (City Guard.
I. L. CAMPBELL,
rublisher and Proprietor.
VfICI-Oa the East .id. of Willamett.
taeetbetwe.a S. Tenth and Eighth Street
A.ra or advkktisinq.
. Atvaraiameate insert.! M follow:
fa. Mir, 10 liats or less, on. insertion $3;
.sbs.aa.it insertion f 1. Cub required in
Tint elverttseti will be charge! at the fol
Uti i,i.r. tore, m.iths to 00
" " six month. j..,. g 00
" " ant y.ar 12 00
Cr.iii.it notice, in local column, 20 cut. per
' no Ir .eca uaernon.
. dvartuiaf bill, will bo rendered quarterly,
ill job work rau.t bo paid roit on pelivkhy,
Lara -Proa I a, at. to 7 p. a. Snail.?.
ail arriTM fr.a. th. south and leave, loin north
It a. m. Arrives from tho north ami learea gjoing;
Mlk at 111 a- F.r Siuialaw. Franklin and Unit
rta, eleea a neaneauay. ror urawrord.
fllli. Caaa Croak and Brown.Till. at I p.m.
lttere will ready for deliyery half an hour after
o.tieel f train.. Letterashoald be left .t th. offlc
a h.ar tef.ro a.ll. depart.
A. 8. PATTERSON P. V.
ItoiaaLoDoa Ha II. A. T. and A. V
VmU trai aad third W.laead.ya la .arh
' sa, ',,ni "BrT loBoa Ke. 0 I. O.
jkQ.t. Heatseverjr Tuesday evening.
-"teape WtMAwniLA F-NnAMmmiT No. 6,
aat. on th. Id .ad 4th Wedneadaya in each month.
a Lodoi, No. 15, A. O. U. W.-
Khu at Maaanic Hall the tecond and fourth
Tatar, in .ach month. '
J. M. Sloax, M. W.
Cumtmci Poit, No. 40, G. A. It. Meets
at Maionio Hall, th. first and third Friday, of
aa.hm.nta. By order, Comkaniikh.
vidii of Chose Fiursns. Meet, the
Int and third Saturday .veninin at Masonic
BalL By order of J. M. Sloan, U C.
I. I. STIlaUlf, ALBANT. L. BILYEU, IUOENE.
STEAHAn fc BILYEU,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF
thii State. They give .pedal attention
t. aallaetioai and probate la at tent.
inoi Orr W. V. k Co.'t Express office
Geo. 8. IVashburne,
ftVCENB CITY, - - - OREGON
flice formerly ecenpied by Thompson ft
GEO. H. MILLER,
Ittarnsy and Ccunsjlbr-it-Law, and
.Real Estate Agent.
irGENECITr, - - - OREGON.
OFFICE-TWO door north of Tost Olfke.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
Office Adjoining St Charles Hotel,
OR AT THE
KIT BHUO BTOSE OF HAYES and LUCKTT.
A. I. N ICKLIN, M. D,
Physician and Surgeon.
EUGENE CITY, - - OREGON.
Office in Underwood', brick, over the Ex
pus, oflio.. iw "
OR. JOHN NICKLIN,
ftj.ician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
(Formerly Vainhill County.)
JtlSIDENCE-Twa doon louth nf M. E.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
TUN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res-
Videnco when not prufeiuionaliy enjfageu.
Oaiea at the
TOST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
lt.sid.net on Ei.'bth itreet, opposite TiM
Irian Church. .
DR. E. G. CLARK,
Graduate of tho Philadelphia Dental College.)
ITTttltVlt PITY. . OKtljUO,
vn TKV. DENTAL
oftira of Dr. L. M. Davi.. 1 m prepared
U do aU kills of work in my profession.
D. T. Pritchard,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
REPAIRING OF WATCHES AND
CLOCKS eiecuted with punctual;
and at a reasonable cost
Willamette St., Eugene City, Oregon.
J. S. LUCKEY,
D KALES IX
Clocks, Wacnes, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
BJwrtktO.'lbHck Willamette itreet
I E. BUMS
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
12 1-2 cts.
Good Dress Goods at 12c-
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
Liberal Discount for
TWO SPIRjECJIEIS I
PATRONIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T
SCHOOL HOUSES, whose iuterentn are
spend their profits at home. Take notice that-
Will .ell goods for CASH at (jmatly reduced prices, as low as any other CASH STORE.
Best Prints lb and 18 yards $1 00
Best Brown and Bloached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
Clark, and Brooks spool ootton 75 cts per hot.
Plain anil Milled Flrnnels, 25, 35: 45 and 50
Wator Troo , cents
Fine White Shirts, 75 cts and f 1. I
And all other Coeds at
Also the Celebrated
WHITE SK ,VIiNrG MACHINE !
Vnf Vwtter fur strenith. size, and durability). At u'reatlv reduced rates.
t-iTTomy old Custntnen, who have stood by
t'rms as heretofore on tim, but if at any time
all sm, a. others, the lull credit on uiy reuuetum a. v. xiiir.no
Robinson & Church,
SIIELF& HEAVY HARDWARE
Best Selected Slock in Dregm.
MTICE TO SHEEP OWNERS.
,.n.Mr f'll'l'V TH Al l.
i Sheep owners that t ier must dip thrir
aheep a. sn as sheared IK IJI. i in.
aw Lk provUions tlt when th. ownen Ui
aw niak". prov
to do n(tht tf
to do ao, tbt the In.pector .uaii u. .
uone at wi "-i p COATS,
Sheep Ijwpector It Lana Co, Or.
Watchri i i
Musical lntrumentf , Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Hocks, and Jewelry repaired and
,-arranted. N.rthwe. corn of illamett
THIS PArJ-xt k Uiiwu "
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25,
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
TJie finest stock of French
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descriptions.
BUILD YOUR BUI DUES, KOADM AKiJ
your interest. I Are permanently located and
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 50, 75 cts and II.
New Assortment Drew Goods (No Traah) 18,
L'O and 25 cts.
Mens' Underwear, Shirts and Drawer., 60 ct
Mens' OverxhirtH, 75 ct. and $1.
Mens' Overalls, 50,05, 75 cU and f 1.
Embroideries and Edwins at Fabuloui Low
me so I mg, I will continue ti sell on same
they wish to maka CASH purchases, I will give
HAVE FOR, .ale
at the LOWEST
AS. PIS'J ULS,
We invite an exam
(nation of our good
confident that o
btikk will luit th
LYNCH & PACE,
la Dorrls' Brick Bailding.
Groceries J Provisions,
Will keep on hand general aaanrtment of
Groceries, Proviaioni, Cured Meat.,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies,
Candli, Saps 'otioM,
Green and Dried tnita,
Wood and Willow Ware,
Business will be conducted on a
Which mean, that
Low Prices are established
Goodi dcllTcrcd vilhoot charge U Boyti
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE"WANTEC
K-f which we will payljthe hihMt market
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BETTMAN, G. Dry goo.li, clothing,
grocerie. and general mrrhandi, aouthwe.t
comer Willamette and EiKhtb .trevU,
BOOK STORE One door south of tha Astor
Hous. A full stock of auorted box pajur.
. plain and fancy.
CHAIN BROa-Dealer In Jewelry, Watch
a, Clock, and Musical Instruments- Wil
lametta street, between Seventh and Eighth.
CALLISON, R, 0.-lealer in grocene., pro
viaion., country produce, canned gnoda, book.,
tationery, etc, Muthwe.t corner Willamettt
and Oth fits.
DORRIS, B. F.-Dealer in Stove, and Tin
waro- Willamettt .treat, between Seventh
FRIENDLY, S. H.-Daler In dry good.,
clothing and general tuerchandiao Willam
eU .treet, between Eighth and Ninth.
GILL, J. P. Physician, Surgeon and Drug-
gist, roa-Aimce, niametta t rcet, Iwtwtea
Stventh and Eighth.
ENDKICKS, T. G.-Dealei in general mer
chandiao northwest corner Willamettt and
HODES, C Kee. on hand fin wine., liq
uora, cigar, and a pool and billiard table;
Willamette itreet, between Eighth and
HORN, CHAS. M. -Gunsmith. Rifle, af.d
shot (funs, breech and nmiilo lo. dera, for sai
Repairing done in the neatest style and war
ranted. Shop on Hth .treet
LYNCH, A -Grooerie., proviaioni, fruit., reg-
etablca, .tc,, Willamette street, first door
touth of Postoffiue.
LTTCKEY, J. & -Watchmaker and Jew.ler;
kM a hn stock of good, in his line, Willam
ettt .treet, in Ellaworth't drug .tore.
McCLAREN. JAMES - Choice, wlneajiaora,
andciirar. - Willamettt .treet, between Eighth
OSBURN & CO.-Dealer. In drug., m.dlcinea.
.. ..! -! H f. 1.1 III .
cneinicaia, oils, D.inia, tic iiiam.iit .(.,
opH).ita S. Charles Hotel
PATTERSON, A. S.-A fin. .tock of plain
and fancy visiting cards.
PRESTON, WM.-De.Ier In Saddlery, Har-
noas, (. arriagt Iniuniinga, etc. w illamett.
treet. between Seventh and Eighth.
POST OFFICE -A new .took of standard
chcol book, just received at the post ollice.
RENSHAW. WM.-Wine., LiUon, .ml Ci
gars of the lest quality kept constantly on
hand. The best billiard table in town. .
REAM, J. R. -Undertaker and building con
tractor, corner Willamette and seventh
ST CHARLES HOTEL - Charlas Ba-
ker, prietress. The best llote in the
lity. iConer Willamette and Ninth street.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES-A large and varied
assortment of slates of all aires, and qunntitiee
of .late, and .late books. Three door, north
of the express office.
WALTON, J. J.-Attomey-at Law. Office-
Willamette street, between aev.nth and
al-7aya Cnrea and nerer dlaap"
point. Tho world'e groat Pain
Keliever for Man and Baaat.
Cheap, quiok and rollabl.
PITCHER'S C ASTORIA
Is not Narcotic Children
grow fat upon, Mothers like,
and Physicians recommend
CASTOUIA. It regulates tho
Bowels, cures Wind Colic,
allays Fcvcrlshness, and de
WEI SE MEYER'S CA
TARRH Cure, a Conatitntioaal
Antidote) for this terrible mala
dy, by Ai.orptlon. Tha mo
Important Dlaoovery ainoa Vae
dnation. Other remedies may
raliera Catarrh, tlia oaraa at
any ataga baforo Con.ampUoa
sfc Sl II
SYMPTOMS OF A
Low of AppetlU, Bowels eottive. Fain In
tho Head, with a dull aeoaation In the
blade, fullnea. after eating, wit b a duin-
part, fain unuer in ooonmar
clinatlon to exertion oi
l of h
Irrltabllitr of Umper. Low apliita, with
fealiDC of bartna neglected ome dutf,
. . i . ThtHMin. At tha
Heart, Dote before tha area. Yellow Skin,
Headache generally over the right aye,
Be.iUun.aa, with HUui dl sua, hiftkiy
olored Urine, and
TTTTS PILIJIatw pewlallr adapt U
.arb eaaa, one lot. Rrct. .oeh a change
f fMllnar a. to a.tanlah th .offerar.
Thr I . 1 1 hit Ut Appalls, .n4 tana the
eodr t Tk w rii. lioui ihe arawm le
aaarkM. aal lr lhir Tows Artlaw on th.
tucrA. rrle eania. M Humr taw
TUTT'S HAIR DVE.
Oa.T Rataoa Wnrswmi. eh.nrM loaOiwT
Kuca by a aln.le (n.lrilrm " "oa lv r.. Iinn
Mru a aaloraa oul. acU ImtanuiiHmalv. ""'M
If linionu. or arnt b eiprra. on rawi.l of II.
mre. u HiiitT t, xrw vorK.
(r. II II1. BlSriL 1 VM. Irimla u4 .
t a.Hja a to BiM lUIn ill'lU'aa.
Several cues of scarlet fever at Mc
gtrs are numerous in
The Wasco county court house will
le finihlied in a short time.
Barley 90 cents and oats 75 cents
per bushel at Cove, Union county.
The road from Alsea to Monroe,
Uenton county, is now open for travel.
The new charter makes th town of
Ashland one mile wide and two miles
A good sample of sorghum made
from cane grown in Wasco county has
been shown in The Dalles.
A five inch vein of coal has been
struck in tunnel No, 1 on the Oregon
Pacific railroad in lienton county.
Tim Albany saw mills are now en
gaged in sawing timliers for tunnels on
the southern extension of the 0. A C,
The recent term of the Circuit Court
in Yamhill county was tho least ex
pensive of any that has yet been held
A man named J. Meilligh, residing
at Coquille City, committed suicide
last Saturday by hanging himself.
Family trouble was the cause,
A sulphur spring at Cove, Union
county, keeps the water in the mill race
warm, and enables the millers to keep
the wheel going even in tho coldest
Nearly all the pack trains that
transport goods fron Crescent City to
Josephine county, are owned by China
men, who understand the business
Jacksonville is improving rapidly
ait 1 a healthy growth psrvades the
entire place. There is a good demand
for houses, notwsthstanding there are
very few, if any, to rent
Montgomery station, on the 0. le 0.
R. R, in Douglas ounty, contains 39
houses including several stores, saloons
and boarding houses, all doing a thriv
Comstock it Miller have completed
their contract with the 0. & C. II. 11
Co., of clearing tho right of way as far
as Cow creek tunnel, with the ex
ception of 1900 feet which will be com
pleted next spring.
On the road from Pendleton to Cen
terville, says the Tribune, several log
houses are being erected by Indians
or half breads, who havo picked out
their 1G0 acres and will commence
farming a la whico man.
The large tunnel at Cow creek hill,
one andWe-half miles east of Mont
gomery, is being rapidly pushed for
ward night and day, On the south
side the tunnel entrance lias been
effected 300 feet, and on the north sido
150 feet. Contractors complain of not
having reached a solid formation as
yet, much to their dissatisfaction.
The Umatilla Indians expect to put
under cultivation next year over 10,000
acres of their reservation, They have a
saw and flour mill, thrsehers, headers,
and in fact everything they need. Tho
more industrious of the tribe are getting
wealthy. Chief Homily informed the
Walla Walla Democrat that fifteen or
twenty of the Indians are worth 10,
Tho company engaged in the con
struction of the military telegraph lino
between Astoria and Cape Hancock,
have fininiklied the land line to Fort
Stevens. The Washington Territory
sidu next receives attention. The line
is to be built from Chinook point west
ward, following the course of the bay,
after which the cable will be laid and
Cape Hancock will be in communica
tion with the world.
A suit at law is pending in Ohio
against a telephone company which re
moved A Ulophono from plaintiffs
premises "Iwcaune of tho use of profane
language." We had supposed that it
was a well recognized fact that tele
phones and profanity wen one and in
epa'able. It the telephone is to I
withdrawn from all premises where
profane language is used, then good-by
to the telephone: its davs are nuui-
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
A Jam Kirpta'i Beard.
Adam Kirpen, of Chicago, who pes
sesscs the longest beard in :lie world,
is sixty-four years of age, is five eleven
inches tall, and a perfect specimen of a
robust but aged German. By means
of his beard ho has amassed a consider
able fortune, but, notwithstanding, lie
endeavors to sell his photographs on
the plea of poverty. The beard which
he wears at present has attained the
wonderful length of nearly twelve feet,
lie disposes of his rather unwieldly ap
pendage when walking on the street
by rolling it around a leathern Itelt sus
pended about his liis neck. The length
of the beard is such that ho can placo
both feet upon it, and the other end,
upon being lifted, reaches a few inches
above his head. Tho beard, which it
of a dull gray color, is quite thick, and
is the result of twenty-two years unin
terrupted growth. From his youth
Kirpen gave evidence of becoming as
bearded as Esau. At eleven years of
age he was under tho necessity of shav
ing, and at fourteen had a largo bushy
beard, which, added to his robust frame,
caused people to frequently confound
him as being his father's brother.
When Jie entered the German army
at an artillerist his mustache was three
feet in length, and he experieaced
abott as much trouble in partaking of
his meals as Victor Emanuel, of whom
it is related that he tied his mustache
behind his cars when about to eat Ho
was the wonder and delight of th
other sex, and received innumerable
privileges from tho officers on account
of his appearance. It was not nntil ho
came to America that he allowed full
sway to tho growingproperties of his
board. When the beard was five feet
long he sold it to a Chicago museum
for seventy five dollars. From that
time, twenty-two yeart ago; no roxor
has boon applied to his face, and tho
beard Sat steadily grown and is still
growing, having increasod two feet
since 1878. Tha hair branch out liko
a tree, some having as many ai a dozen
splits. Tho old man has ono son, but
the board does not teem hereditary, as
ho found it a difficult matter to raise a
beard previous to his thirtieth year.
His grandfather was remarkable,
however, in having limbs and body
covered with hair nearly twelvo inches
long. Republican Sentinel.
Petroleum la Miisonri.
Very promising discovirics of pe
troleuin are reported In Vernon coun
ty, Missouri, where shallow wells have
been sunk by persons prospecting for
asplialtum. Tho supposed asplialtum,
which in places covered the ground to
a depth of four or live inches, has been
pronounced by oil experts to be heavy
petroleum. It is described as of a black
i.'h green color, and of the consistency
of thick molassei. Tho region in which
petroleum is suppose to exist in quar.
tity is a plateau about 5,000 feet above
the level of the tea, lying near the con
ter of a tpur of the Ozark Mountains
and between two arms of Clear creek.
The soil is of a silicious nature, yet so
finely decott posed that it is admirable
for farming purposes. Doneath the toil
there is a thin stratum of clay which
restt on a layer of argillaceous rock.
Underneath this rock is a stratum of
porous tandatono from 20 to 40 feet
thick. Next comet a thin vein of coal,
and lieneath thit is the oil deposit The
wells that were sunk in the search for
axphaltuin are from 25 to 40 feet in
depth. Arrangements are making for
the sinking of deep wells.
Never forsake a friend. When
enemies gather round, when sickness
fulls on the heart, when the world is
dark and cheerless, then is tbo time to
try true friendship. They who turn
from the scene of distress betray their
hypocrisy, and prove that interest only
moves them. If you have a friend
who loves you be sure you sustain
him in adversity. Let him feel that
bis forn er kindness is appreciated, and
that his love was not thrown away.
Real fidelity may be rare, but if exists
in the heart They only deny its
worth and power who have never loved
a friend, or labored to make ono
happy. The good and kind, tho affec
tionate and the virtuous, see and feel
, the grand principle.