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'Did ihe Comrt Give (lit Sua a Black Eyrt
Happening to look at the nun one
May last week through a pair of Uiona
erj dark epectacles which are used in
the manipulation of the electric li glit,
the reporter saw a tliatinut Hack upot
on its dink.
That musth a very large aun spot,'1
thought, and ininiediutely Itetook
'himself to the observatory of his friend
"Yes," said the astronomer, "that's a
truly reinaikabhi spot It's tlm black
ye that the great comet gave the ruler
of the solar system! At least then is
a theory which says so, and, as the sun
has shown black eyes In-fore after great
comets have been engaged with him at
close quarters, perhaps the theory is
not no very far out of .t he way."
''Do you mean that tho comet hit
"No, not exactly that, for if it had
it would have been the end of the
comet. I'ut it undoubtedly passed
'through the atmosphere of tho sun,
and if it had gone much closer would
!have touched what appears to us as the
i sun's actual surfacn. You know that
ono of the discoveries of recent years
" is that meteors follow in the tracks of
cornets. Tim tremendous spot that
adorned the. sun's face rifter the perihel
ion of the comet of 1843 has been as
criled to the fall into the sun of a
huge mct.'or following the comet, and
the present spot, or rather spots for
there are several which made their ap
pearance about tho tine of the peri
helion of our great comet may have
had a similar origin There is another
view that can be taken of it. It has
rwpn lihnwn lll-lf. ft. nninpr nrdmr vurtr
close to the sun is liable to e torn to'm a r Muitl.a M iilmil.u'd, ! tea d, bus
pieces hy the divergent forces operating JilW tSWT
upen it The present comet, you I
know, has a divided natleus; in fact it
liasnrobablv tlirnwn nlT ..vr,.1 ,,..,..
r - v -
tary masses cf considerable, mognitude,
and the work of disintegration appears
to lie still going on. Now it may have
parted with a portion of its mass when
it was nparest the sun, and the full of
this may have produced the spots.
There is yet another way of looking at
it which does not involve the full of
anything upon the sun, and that is
this: The exceedingly close approach
of the comet may by itself have caused
the spots. It U truo that no comet
has ever shown that it possessed mass
. i . ..... . .
enougn to eiiect iy its attraction the
motion of any planet near whuh it
passd, but the gaseous surface of the
sun is in a condition far dill'erent from
'that of the solid globes which revolve
around it At uny rate, tho great
'pot which you now see on tint face of
tlm sun, and some of the smaller ones
too, undoubtedly make their appear
ance when the comet was at iU peri
helion; and, moreover, they appeared
on that side of the sun which was then
turned toward the comet.
"So you see there is really some rea
son for saying thut that tint comet gave
tho sun a black eye. In return for
this pugilistic salute, however, if all the
1U.,; ,, . . . i
Ol.servat.ons are to be trusted, the
King of Day reduced the comet's head
What Wns Riporinl.
A now city reporter waH sent to the
annual exhibition of a neighboring
female seminary. II is report read
Tery well, but there are a few things in
it that were somewhat equivocal in
their meaning, and for this reason did
not quite meet tho approval of the
local editor. Hero are soin? of them:
"The young ladies showed that they
had thoroughly rehearsed their parts
until they were letter-perfect."
"The essays of the graduatiiv; class
were good, whoever wrote them."
"Th" loral ottVrings "here excessive,
and fntn the number received by Miss
Siwpb'gush we judge her father must
b the owner of a tine conservatory."
"The young lady who read the vale
dictory to the teachers has in her tho
making of a line actress, Sim KimU.
lated sorrow with such effect that the
writer might have supposed it leal, had
he not subsequently heard the young
young lady speak 0f this 'dear teacher'
'hateful old thing.'"
"I've lost a patient," said a doctor,
ittinj down to a hoarding houso din
ner with a frown on his lace as black
M a gunpowder poultice. "I am sorry
to hear it. Man or womanf asked one
of the iKMirders. "Man." "When did
he die?" "Diet Hang him, he ain't
dead. He stopped taking my medicine,
i . ...
-nn iiu run away wunout paying
A fast youth may wear tight clothes,
And yt be addicted to loo&a habita
A reading and billiard hall liai Iwn
opened at Ilillnlioro.
Tim now Court IIou tor Jack hod
count will co.it (32,000.
TIih inorcliantH nt AHany . rfus to
close at 7 o'clock in tli t veuinjj.
A jrountj man in Corvalli. cleared
llw-eor four tliouHan.-l dollar in the
pant two month, ".peculating in lioj).
Atone cleanup tliiit fall, HilliH it
Co., of iMarHville, Grant county, took
out 174 ouncru of gold clun(, tint rernilt
of a short run with their hydraulic.
A groune that wan Lilled on Pine
creek, Uuker county, recently, had
piece of goM-Waring quartz of an ag
gregate value of tifty writs in ittt giz
zard. Grant county has 27 taxpayers who
pay taxea on over $10,000. W. T.
Tr.dhunter in the largest, paying on
$10'7 00, ai d 3) who pay on lew than
$10,000 and over $.tylOU.
Ted Talker, Elder and other are
talking of huilding a steam schooner at
Oneatta this winter, to he tiniJied it
pnfhihlo hy Alurcli. The srhooner will
Iih lid feet keel, 33 feet lwam, with
eight feet depth of hold, and will com
from 81-1,000 to $20,000.
It h reported that a San 1'ranciwo
firm have expreweda desire to purchase
ground on which to erect a liusirif.su
house at Yauiim, promiHing if they
could get th eaid ground, to erect a
lare building and bring up $25,00(1
worth of groceries and provisions tc
(ilncn in it.
rPTIf'E IS HKIiKMY GIVEN THAT
-Mil ll, i.n.1..i .no I l.iiM.i.trut.. i.t tll
i.Vi ' ry SJ, 181, Us Un set for
ii. M MITHOI.LAND. Adms't
Geo. S. asiuiii.nk. Attorney.
The lenOlnff Nelenllnt of to !.r
r" tlint uiiwtiliwiisp re cuukviI liy "liorilcreil
Kiilnevs ir l.ivrr. If, tlierefure, tlie JCMneye
and l.iver me ki'pt in K'rfei-t orilcr, piTfect
ln'iilh ill ho t.lit) r-'ult. Tlilt truth Ims only
bfen known a Bluirt tim snd fur vp irs pfniili
iirliTud i,'rimt SKiy without Mm nhte to finil
ri'lirf. The iliKcovi'ry of WurmTi S.ite Kidney
nd Liver Ciirn iiinrks a new era in the tn-st-incut
nf thi'Hi) troiiUm. M fro n a iiiiilv
tnipioul lfuf of nre vidui, it contuinii just tliv
vleini'lit nt'crnwtry to no'iiixh and invi;onite
Imtli of thrae iireut orpins, nnd ;Ay r.'-t"r-'
Ami ket'P thtiu in order. It in a I'OSITI VK
ICeilietly for all the ilUeiixen tiiatomiMe inin
in tho lower purt uf the bMv -for Torpid l.iver
llead:iehiw Jnundirv ('izini-H trnivel
Fever, Anne Malurial Fever, and all dillieul-
tie of the Kidney, l.iver and Urinary Or'ann.
It U nn excellent nn t Hiife iviiicilr fr f.-ma'eH
during I'rt'KiiMicv. It will control Menstrua
Millll ,n, illVi,hmlN for Lcun.rrhoea .,r Full
iim' of the WiiiiiIi.
An a IHihhI Purifier it in lmennaled, for it
curea the or.'aiH that Masks the Mood.
This ri'inedy whieh lnw done mi ll wonder.
in put up in the I. VUC.F.Sr Sl.KD I'.Ol l l.K
i f any medicine upon the tn:ii !i-t, and ia void
by lni'iMt ami all dealerx at SI iii per N't
tie. For llialieten, riiouire for V AU.N Kli'S
SAFK IHAl'.KTKS UI!K. It i a l'USI
T1VK lieiucdy II. II. W lltVUt A o,
ICoelirHler, V V
... m ' t . . .. . . ' '
i V'V-,'''"'- ' 'V' n(l p inty.
p kuU luil
re;!src tUHJ.iloi.f Totirtg Crcy crfiicitRilr
Tiil.fr'1 1'lirlYtien ! f 'j rrlimtd d it
awvebik!ru4 m diithii . Il:.us A Co , N.Y.
A C:r:r!:ivi nlS!re;3i RNtortr.
1 yi rt rif-S iie r t mt r, worn aut with
avwvnik. ir ar-n-lirr tun i'.wa f.imi er heme.
fcuM mitt try I'AVstk'a iNkta I. nic.
If i irt b-rt, m'ri-'tr or kuaincu man r
Mm: tllymretAl 6m;:nrins!(?ucart do not take
lneni.-ai4;Tjnin;u'anM,biilu 1 a:k taVwiftrlonie
. Ifpihave t enter-pti.. rrTl"U, Khruma.
lint, Ki !r'ytomr!.oen,er.-r5ic.oiilrierihf iungt,
remacS. I.r!. t!-.l t r fen ipum'i Cini.m
TdMCWt Icirey i. Itiithetoeatni lilnad rutilicr
t;1 r Ctit tci tn-M Cr ;H Curj y- Cai
If r-rt are w.vii:i avay fc.im ii, diuipaiion or
e-y c.-e or til. . md rwiuii t a atimulant tale
. (Ji.NGKtV'N Cit.k.ti kiUmvtete anjbuiij
vvi up f n 1 1 i ( it it hut will utv r intoxicate.
It lua uvd hin.t of lnc; it Buy lav yourt,
CAUTION '-Rr(t a'lniM'h'rc. NrlltrGliif-TaaVai
H !! il tKmril.aiiekalMf
i J.trt fmin .( , i n . knj IwtfemHH
Umi T, N. V, Jc, a y j.s u
CHEAT IAVINO riT!a IHILUR tin,
Iran Had hviec rni;'.iiirft Km iu,i. .K.a
dlirh f. il pnunii r-re!i !y p-yilar. Ikera
laaothlae I kali. In-ut uii hjMrj Fwm.
TOM CuU)vJavl ii k vt auuture oi
Vttl. Ai -kS U' la Mna,
HK..t fi.t nr. rv.
THK LiKbUT AXb tr fOTtTlETK
Ulll'kS OV THE
.KT S.xJl.lJLJZi&v ti JLvJiZi Ji j scotch Typs Founders,
! 305 1- 207 Leesdcxff, and
I. TftT. 1
k a larA lnril ti AfUut - in
i lit ji, iVA4r vat iml Mi - m w'i t V'v, ivaA
f (.avfcht lf--Wbt' bltc Btftlidiai U u tt.m W4vq Va
Ctifksr "!, ur Ktci at U a til iux.vua.v4 vtv.ULj
t kU S-akMi kt ' ma unklM m,c4 U Mt4. CibJVMJ
C..o ViwiM, ciri ft1. t i.t, kin sStwlMk CM(iwk,UraMftad
Vr..mU J4cira, Whii Stk4 hmi, luw kutw lkikM &&sUi (iul
tiw Xi t tt w'Vkik), tw Wktk Mitkf (Urn OuMara and a fu3 Una mt
anVnt' KklilaAra' hUMkiawrj iur titMUty Kur CikMltlaa aad raarlaaa
FrlkUac Inka ar wldarwl tka bst im ilk Kkr ya u4 ur Porftlom ylataaf
Vky kkv kUltoTlkl wwlc u MMaaslllt u4 Uum'm un auaay. aad tor aur
IUUIU-Ii Bum b Iki CaMt aa-tata with S U Qaallir af Caodt.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
.Vud '. tin
tentlnn of houicktcpcr.
T. U. HEN UJilCoK
HAYS a LUCKEY,
HAVIVO BOUGHT OUT THE STOCK
of KlUworth h Co,, we will continiu
lit biiKiiirxs at tli oil itnn.1 on WilUmett
rtwt, cfTuriri.' iuureaaad 1bJucuicbU ta our
A Attentloi carefullr gin to-
rhytiriuu rrtirriptirm k Familr lerlpei
Conk 11 b (I
Eugena City, Or.
HEW SHOP i .
mAKES PLEASURE IX AXXOUNC
L i' to tho pulilie that he has opene I a
('inshop in the old xtund adjoiniui! Bettmivn's
wnr when ho will aeU at lite lowtbi casn
- And bouse fitrniiiliing goods in my line gen
ta-fall and price uy goods, nd I will guar-
lee KlblSI.lCVloII. T JMir(U.uJtnii
BE HOT DECEIVED
Hy Plasters tlnlmliv? to be nn
Iniprovr nirnt on A MiCtJCK'S
ALLCOCICSis the original
and only genuine Porous
Tlastcr; all so-called Porous
Plasters are imitations. He
ware of them. v'
See that you get an
which we guarantee has
effected more and quicker
cures than any other extcr
SOLD B ALL DRUGGISTS.
EIGEE MARBLE W0HKS!
Eugenj City, Oregon.
Monumrnts & Marble Work
or ktsst iitscRimos,
Fumiohrtl at the Ijowwt Market Rnt, and of
the Finext AUrhle. Uiit u a call and exaiuine
otir work, ."hop oo NVUUinrtte, one door
eoutU of tlie Gl'AHl) olRce.
GUS HiCKETHIER, Props.
T1TB FtHXDST AUb rtUTLKM' wxr&.
Pacini t ailT.
529 Ciwroerdal Streets
.... tv.ivtCTn. c.vl.
A SURE CURE GUARANTEED
DR. E. C. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN
treatment, a eneuitia for HvHtpria. Dizzi-
nrwt, Convulniont, Nervoiu liemlache, Mental
uepreiwii.n, l.ona vl Memory, spernmtorhoea,
ltiiiHitency, Jnroliintiirr etnin-iimt. Dreniutnre
eld aK, rained by over-exertion, eeif-abuite or
overiuilulfc-ence, which le.nle to mixery, tlecay
and death. Une box will cure recent rawa.
Each Ihix cont'iine ne month'i treatment: one
dolLtr a box, or tix lxxi- for five doll its: aent
ly muil prepaiit on receipt of price. a guar
antee ix btixee to cure any cane. With each
order receired hy us for nil boxen, accompanied
witn nve uoiiare, we will aenil the piircliam-r our
written ipmraiitea to return the money if the
treatment doee not efTect a cure. Guarantee in-
tued only by WOODWARD (.'LA UK K ft 10.
vv holeeale ft Ketul Druists, 1'orthtnd, Or.
Orders by mail at regular prima, fllj l. 1
GOiViE AND SEE
R. Q. OALLISON
Next doer to 8. H. Friendly, and get your
BOOKS, STATIONERY AND GRO
CERIES. He is alwnyeon hand ready and waiting to
accommodate hie Cuetomert with ALL kinde
of food for
And can f;iriiih a SMOKE ta those deeiringa
A C030 CiCAH, C3 TOBACCO
To those) who om tho narcotic plant
CHEAP for CASH
Goodi rieilrered o ay part of the city free
charge. R (J. CAI.I.JhON.
Geo . W . Kinsey,
JUSTICE CF THE PEACE.
Real estate for nle Town lota and form.
Collection promptly attendee! to.
KKslDr.vi l, corner Eleventh and High Sta.,
E ugi i.e t it', Oregon
House Furnishing Goods 2Rsral!y
Wells Driven Promptly
Eugene Citv. Oregon.
CJ AN JUAN LIM F for enle hv
r T. t. HKNDTvICK,
Formerly owned hy Titus.
TTAVIN'G PURCHASED THIS WELL
.11 known eUhle, I repertfully request a
continuance of the puhlic'a patronage. I in
tend to thoMiij,ddy refit and re-atock tha ata
hle. If you want a
Re euro and gira the Fahioa Stable a ealL
Horses Boarded at Feasonab'e Rates.
Tliia Stahle u first cla in every reepect, and
competent and ohliin hostler are on
hand ready toeerve the pulic.
Give us a Trial
Stahle, one door aouth of Ft Charle IToteL
D. R. LAKIN.
TVTOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the undermined, ailmiiiblrator of the I
evtate o(Vm luirr, ha filed hi accnunt for ,
final aettlrment: and that Monday, Novem- j
Iwr 6, INC!, ha been filed hy the court f r the
hearirur of objection to auch fanal account and
tlie iwUlement thereof
Dated Sntnirier 9, 1SS2.
W. K. DKUKV, Adminatratort
Gao 9 U'ahhh-i, Attonaa
B. F. umm.
Boot & Shoe Store
A. HUNT, 'Prcrrietor.
will hereafter keep a oompluta ttock
LAI1LV, MISS i.'
Nlippers, white anil thick,
MENS & BOYS
BOOTS & SHOES
And in fact everything in the LOOT and
SHOE Hue, to which 1 Intend to devote lu
eepeciul attention. MY UOliDtt
ARE FIRST GLASS
And guaranteed ai represented, and will be
aula tor the lowest prices that a gKd article
can he afforded. A. III XT.
To Whom It May Concern.
I HEREBY CIVE NOTICE THAT I AM
the nole owner of the l'wtent Might
for Sinking and Driving Welle in Lane county,
State of Oregon, and that eaid Light ii pro
tected by Letter 1'atent issued by the U. 8.
(ioveminttit to Nelaon W. lirecu, of Court
land County, State of New York. Allpenoui
who have Drives Welle, or bad them driven,
without my peruiiiwion, eiuce the Hint day of
Kehruary, 1873. are liable to proeecutinn for
infringement of taid Right and are hereby no
tified to come forward aud adjust the aanie.
All infringement!! in the future will be roe
I am prepared to drire Wella or '
penniaaiuo to othera on application.
B. F BORRIS
Chas. TJi. (lorn.
DEALER IN GITS, PIFI.ES,
FinhiiifT Ticklr r,t t jiaterbk
K'-liairin? ilone in the neateft atrle
t ami warranted. Hewing miuhinea,
cuiee, Lock, etc., repaired.
Guns loaned and ammuniicn furnished,
Shop on Willamette t, opposite Aator Hones
130ST OFFICE BUILDING, EUGENE
.9. City. I hitre on hand and am cmnUe'ly
receivinj; an asmirtmeat of the it Hchnel an
MiecfllaneoM Br .oka, htationrrr, l'lauk l."k
Portfolio, Carl, Wallet, lilmk, i'ortmnr
ette c. A. ii. PA'A JlKSOiN.
I0OK lil KNA V1STASTONI! WAKE ee
to T. ;. NKNDKICKrt
LIFE OF TRAD!
WILL DO WORK CHEAPER than tb;
other hop in tov n.
H1RSES fcHOD FOa 2 CASH,
ith new material, all round. Resetting old
A warranted to gire aatfofaiKiim.
chop cn the Coixcr of 8ih aid
For lame Back, Side or Chest use Shilnln
Porous Plaster, Price 20 r.U. Onburn S Co.ats
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
hy the County Court of Laae CiHintT. Oregon,
administrator of the estiite of Samuel U N"sset
deceaseil, und al! person having claim against
wiid rtate are reij,ueted tr present the game
to me with the proper Toucher at the law
olfite of (ire S Wa-tliburne, in Eugene Citv,
wrcyou, win, in six nioninsirom una ita;a.
V. M. JACKSON, AdimnU'v'pr
GEO. S. WASHHUKN E, Attoraef
Dated September 23,
In the Circuit Court of the Ptatn of Oregon,
for the rotary of Lime.
James Humphrey, I'luintifT, )
N. L. Strange, Defendant )
To N. L. Strange, Defendnnt:
"5 N THE N AME OF. THE STATE OF
J t:reg..n, you re hereby rirpiired to appear
..n.l miaaer the complaint filed i.ainat vmi in
tl.e aliore eutitleil action, on or before the (Ith
day of November, l!,s-., which is tl.e first day
of the i.ext regular term of said court, and if
yon fail so to answer, tor want thereof, the
plaiutitf will take judgement xrainet yon for
theaiim of W00 in I'. 8. (fold coin, and for the
further um of SU0. attorney fee, ami f th.
cot and disbnreement of thi action, and
iy at Mild time for an
11 the following rm:i
estute to satisfy such judgment a plaintiiT may
recover ugaiust drfriulant, which said real
estate has her a attached at the instance of
iu irojrriy ni aerrnoaut, viz:
I tie v est i of the tast i of Section 1, T. IK
S. of K, 4 ,: a so cnmincnnr.g at the North
west corner of Section 12. T. IS. S. nl I! i
V.f and running thrme East t-O.OOch., thence
South2i;.l2 3ch., thence West CO.dO ch.,
tlience North 2tU 2-3 ch. to fLica of begin
ning, containing in all 32U811UU acrn nf Un.l
in Lane County, Oregon.
Thi uniCi(,ii is puhliahd hr the onler of
Hon. K. b. Rean, Judge of said Court, nuxle
at Chamber on the loth day of September, A.
H. C. nrMPHREY,
GEO. S. WASHHUKNE.
Attairnets for Plaintiff.
NOTICE TOJCRECI I UBS.
"VOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
K E Uwm ha bet n annoiatnl a.lminitr.
tor of tlie esUte of Amlrvw J McDaniel, de
cea !, by the County Court of Lane Comity,
Orrgiuu All pemnw having claim are hereby
ltotitied to prnie.it tlie same to the laid a-lmin-istiator
at lii iUca of residence within ail
month from th date hereof.
,t. . . 11 Ili Adminislratoi
JOSHUA J WALTON, Attorney.
Or 10v l&O.
OSBURN & Co
NW DRUO 8T0KK ON wrtt
JLl te.btreetaearNiLta, WIUJ,
Brandies. Wines and li,..,.
i-V All Kixcy
la fact, wa kT. tie 1.4 umimni ti , '
found in "m
FIRST CLASS DBCt 3Tlji
W warrant all ear draga, for they ta .
Kre-k. Particular attention i. lLU!
Stock al eaa
Perfumerw ar,u Toilet ArUeltv
Ae We bare koagbt
OUR U00C8 FOR CASB
W eaa compeU with any tttaMM. J.
frne City in pric, and accommod.",?
'.i. IT I , J" eat n
the beat and clieauaat
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFrLLT Hlia.
At all houre of the A i.v.
j , l(al
P. M WILKiNg
TOILET ARTICL1S. ITO '
fhj.iflaa'i PffstrlpticHi tmpmU
Iu the Cirtnit Court for the County .( la
Stat. f Or-.,.. '
M. I. Cilmaa, PlaiatilT,
M. W. GiKoa, D,f,,lant. SlE0M'
Ta M. W. (iiKjin d.fradunt:
T.N THE NAME or Twr vtktj
J Orrpi.a, yen are I.erehy rniire to
'"".ii'imiiiuui tout ten h
tha above eatitled suit, ea er Utvn t. id
... ... j , rrj;uir if rm el uiri eei
ami it you fail to aaswtr, fer wait tkiiie)
the Plaintiff will tuL .
so'vin,', cemilli- ,ud avnulinc the Bimin
.......... ...r,.,, iTinna riainiin til v
leHllaKt. ad for tha rmrm mA .1 u
minor children of taid marria, aad 'for awk
This summons ia published hy ert'.r eflat
Hon. R. 8. L'ean, Judy of the above entit!)
court, which order i dated at rW-h... i.
Eujeno City, OreRi., Seatemher 25, 1JS
J. W. WKiCHT.Ati'yforM
II yoa wieh to l ay your goods ehtaa, yea Mt
0 to the atere cf
The keep one of the lnrrest itacVi at
OutRide of Tortland, and the tell roeei lUa
er than it can he bought anywhere ia Hi
"KTOTICR TS HETERY CI TIN (THAT
i.1 Cyathia Ann fcfarland adiiiiaiilratiii
of the estate of Johnntl.an McFarlasi, V
ceased, ha filed her account for 6al tattlr
ment, of said estate, and Monday, NereaWt
tith, 1882, hns )cn et for heirir? tlie sa.
CYNTHIA ANN WcFAEL5Di
G. B. Doruis, Attorney.
.W ;jynt dealers' prict
ftf" sp'" will sell youenf
'Fi irttcle for family er
personal use, in any
quantity, at wholesale
price. N.- rxxitcr what you want,
s-:-n J k r c Oii2oguc,fruto
Uhvi over 1,IH0 illustration.
c' c.i ry in !tock the largest
Virifty of porh in the U. S.
. 7 1 vy
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