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EST1BLISDED FOR THE 01SSE1ISAT10S OP OESOCBATIC PRINCIPLES. AM TO KAM A IIQNM IITHC 8T TUB SWEAT OP DH BROW.
WHOLE NO. 786.
(Sagrae city Gunrl
I. L. CAMPBELL,
Publisher and Proprietor.
FUCI-Os the Ksstslde of Willamette
Bkrest ketweea 9i')Hi sa inin BtreeU.
BjjYTJBSJ OF ADVERTISING.!
Sfrriitmats iMrtod M fallow.:
is Mr. 14 lines or less, one insertion $3;
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R..S IHHfUlt tiuoiMvu v4 vmu rc.,-jireu. in
Tie advertisers will b. charged gt the fob
Uae eiieare three months o 00
" six mouth. 8 00
" u. year 12 00
Transient notice, in local column, ZU cant, per
1. for eaon insertion.
Advertisiaf bill, will ba rendered quarterly.
All ion wora must bs mid FOR OK DKLIVKHY.
ir B.ern From J a, . U Tp-H. BudUts
M.il -rrir. froid th. sooth .an leave, rotas' north
1. . . Arrive, from th. oorth and leave. ir.iinif
4tta at 1S3 p. ., for HnilnUw.FranliHhAnd l.onv
I iia. elea at I A..M. on WetlueUy. for Crawford.-
fill., Cap'ree and nrowasville at 1,1.11,
latter. wiU,,. ready for delivery half an hour after
. f traia.. Letter. .hould ba left at the office
aaa hear before nulla eeiur.
A. 8. PATTETIHOS P. M.
. I !
VmU trst ak Mire W.iel.,. la each
Beam-aa farm Tmi Ne. A I. O.
i KmuiirMHf No. A. I
eeU on lit M aaa Iia wwanuri ia muuvu.
. Isuifti Lodoi, .He. IS, A, O. ,t7. W.
Meets at Masonto Hall the second and fourth
VAd.vm m rh month. r
J. Ml Sloax. M. W.
ritf ATllirK Pom; lji; 40, G. A. It -Meets
at Masanio 1111, the tint nd third Friday of
ea.ktao.tk. By order1, CoMMASiimt.
.. 4riB ff Cho1, rRIKSli-Meeta the
rt and th hi .Saturday ervenini.i at Masonic
HalL By order ef J. hi Sloaji, O t.
. . tTRAUAV; Al.iAtT.
JTKAllAiX At IjILVLL,
Mtorneys . and CdBiiSBllow' at Law,
XL'UKN'B CUT: ORECQX.
TjttACTICE IS AIX tHfi COURTS pF
JL thiaSUte. hef Rive aiieciat mwduou
t. eaUactntni ami probate mature.
rnoi-Ovcr Wl V. i Ce.'e Exprca olfir-e
Ced. S. Washburnc,
AUGBKII CITV, - - ORKOON
rflc fe'rrl'erly occupied by Thomi"oii I
CEO. M. MILLER,
Atoms; uli Cran3iU5it-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
StTOENK CITY. - - ORKOO.V.
bFFICE-Two door north of Tost O.'lice.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
Offictt Adjoining St Charles Hotel,
OB AT THE
ifZV DSU0 8T0RE OP HAYES and LUCKY.
A.- L N ICKUa, M. D,
tUGENE CITY, - - OREGON.
, Office in Underweod'e brick, over the Ex
pro, office, 'tf
DR. JOHN NIQKLIN,
Physician, Surseon and Accoucheur..
(Formerly of Yamhill County.)
AlSIDKNCE Two doors south of M. E.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CKS BB FOUD AT HIS OFFICE or re
idence when not professionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICK DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Prcsly
erian t u.irch.
DR. E. Ga? CLARK,
Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College.)
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K . ... w . w - -- 1 I
office ef Dr. I M. Davis, 1 ain prepareu
to de all kin, ef work ia my profession.
D. T. Pritchardi
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
TEPAIRIXO OI" WATCHES AND
) CLIX'KS executed with punctuality
and at a reasonable coat
Willamette St. l-ugene" City, Oregon,
J. S. LCC5CEY,
Clocks, Waches, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Bcpairing Promptly Executed.
jihw.rta Co.'s brie Willamette atreel. i
I B. BUM'S
!W A GENERAL 3
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
12 1-2 cts.
Good tirvss 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
PATRONIZE THE MEX WHO HELP T
SCHuOli HOUSES. whwe iutereats nfo
sjiend tlicir prutiu at hutue. Tulie notice that-
A V PETERS,
oods tot CASH at creatly reduced vAcet. as low as any other CASH. 8TORK
Will sell goi
Seat Prints lb and 18 yards. . ..... Jl 00
i Best Browu and Bloached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
Clurks arid Brooks spool cotton 75 cts per Doz.'
I'lii n .ind Milled Flrunels, 25, STi: 45 and CO
Vatar Troo , cents
Fine White Shirts, 75 cts and Jl.
And a!! Other Coeds at
Also' the Celebrated . . ..
AVH1TK SK rING MACHINE !
None tatter for strength, aizc, and durability),
js.f To inv old Customers, who have stood by
t urns as lien-tnfore on titna. but if at aiiY time
all mi, as others, the full credit on my reduction A. V, PETERS
Roblrison A Church.
Cest Selected Stock in 0rcfi.'
HOTiCE TO SHEEP OWNERS.
II Ul IV U I1 I" .iui. (
1 hawl) owners mat uiev must uii meir
sheen assoon asheHred l DISfcASLD. J lie)
aw niaks provisions that when the owners fail
to do so, that the Inspector shall cause it to be
done at then- exjiem.
v. t usis,
Sheep Insnectur for Iane Co, Or,
ffalchri d 1
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
arranted. Northwes corn-r of Willamette
j and Kit'hth etrt.
anTTTO T) a TJT? U u.ay i f ' " n ""i
i. XIAO X O-i. i-U y. howrtlnOr ...-n!1
u -r - -J. or u
u . . . .. f to .-rfu- VflSk.
EUGENfe CITY, (k, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10,
i mi goi
Trimming Silks and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
TJie finest Mock of French
ever brought to this place-
BOOTS and SHOES
of all descrivtions.
BUILD YOUR BRIDUE8, ROADS AND
vour interest. I Aro permaiiciitlj looted ami
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 60, 79 cts and $1.
New Assortment Dress Goods (No Trash) 15,
20 and 20 cts.
Mens' Underwear, Shirts apd Drawers, BO ct
Mens' Overshirts, 75 cts. and f.
Mens' Ovendls, 50, 65, 75 cts and II. , .,
Embroideries and Edwins at Fabulous Low
. , ,
At greatly reduced rates,
me so 1 ing. I, will continue ti sell on same
they wish to make CASH purchases, I will give
HAVE FOR sale
at tho LOWEST
AX ICS, ANVILS
AS. PISTOLS, i
We invite an exam
nation of our good
confident that o
ST.ock will suit th
LYNCH - PAGE,
In Dorria' Brick Eaildiug.
Groceries " Provisions,
Will keep on hand a general assortment of
Groceries, Provisions, Cured Meats,
Tohaouo, Cigars, Candies,
Candles, Soaisi, Notions.
Green and Dried Fnits,
Wood and Willow Ware.
Business will be conducted on a
. Which means that
Low Prices are Established
Goods dclirrrrd vitboat tharrt to torn
ML KINDS OF PRODUCE .VANTIT
. . ,r; , , .
Wrhich we wm pay the. Whestmarket
pnoe. biAl rt fAtit-.
OUSINE33 ' 3DIRECT0RY.
BETTMAX, G. Dry goode, cl..thln,
piwriee and general m-n-handine, auuthwnt
corner Willamottt and Eighth atreeta,
BOOK STORE-Ono dimr euth of the A.tor
Home. A full stock of aawrted boi papers
plain and fancy.
CRAIN BROS.-IValer In Jewelry, V.t,h.
es, Clock, and Mualcal Instruments Wl.
lauietU .treet. betweeh Seventh and Eighth.
CALLIS0N7R. G.-Dealerlnfrocene., pro
visions, country produce, canned frooda, books,
stat'irtiery, eti;., southwest corner WUlamette
and'Jth Sta. ' 1
DOR1US, B. F. -Dealer In 8tnves afld Tin
- wnn-Willamette street, between Seventh
FRIENDLY. S. H. -Dealer in dry (rood.,
cioviiiuKanci general nirrcn.niltse MUam
ette street, between Eighth and Ninth.
GILL, J. P. Physician, Surgeon and Drug
(fist, I'mtofHre, Willamette e root, between
Oct emu mill .'11VII,
HENDKICKS, T. G. -Drain in general mar-
chandiM northwest corner Willamette and
HODES, C Keeps on hand fine wines, liq
uors, cignrs and a pool and lulliard tulile;
Willamette street, between Eolith and
HORN, CHA8. M.-Ouusmlth. Rifles ar.J
shot-uns, breech and niuulv lordrn, for saie
Rcpa'rini; done in the neatest style and war'
routed. Shop on !Hh street
LUC KEY, J. 8. -Watchmaker and Jeweler)
Keesa hue slm-k ol goods In his line, llluui
ette street, in lalsworth s ilmg store.
McCLAREN. J A M ES-Choice, wlnes.limiors,
ndrijrars - Willamette street, between Eighth
OSBirRN & CO.-Dealera in draw, medicines.
cnemicaia, tins, iiuiiiih, eta. uiameite SL,
opiHMite a. l harlcs rioteU
PA1TERSON, A. S.-A fine stock of plain
and laucy visiting cams.
PRESTON. WM. -Dealer In KadJlerv. liar.
ness, l am ago 1 riniiiiings, etc. illamette
street, lietween Seventh and highth.
POST OFFICE-A new stock of standard
school books just received at the post ollice.
RENSHAW. WM.-Wines. I.liiuors. and CI
gars of the best nuality kept constantly on
tianil. 1 lie best lulliard table In town.
REAM, J. R. Undertaker and building con
tractor, mrner Willamette and Seventh
RIIINEHART, J. B.-House, sign snd car
mire nsinter. ork Ltiaranteed first clans.
Stock sold a; lower rates thun by anyone in
ST. CHARLES HOTEL-fharle. Baker,
proprietor. The nest Hotel in the city.
t orner w illamette and Plinth streets.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES -A large and raried
anit,tincnt of slates of all sir.es, and quantities
of jliitvi ami slate-biH,ks. lliree doors north
of tlie express ollice.
WALTON. J. J.-Attorney at-Law. O.Hce-
Willmnette street, between seventh aud
i:othra Ll oad Pby.lolans
IT 13 HOT HARCOTi:
CENTAUIt LINI3IEXT3 ;
tho 'World's prcKi Tnlu-Kc-liovlnjj
ronicrtlcs. They heal,
soollio tud euro- Durno,
Wouutls, VcnU. Back mid.
Rheumatism upon Ulan, and
Spntlnp-, Calls and Lamoncsa
j:po:i KnaHts. Clicap, quick
EPURT3 of tMocu.tln.1 Ilacne,
SnnCoa, Craokllaj Pains ia tUo
LZco,il, Fetid Ercath, DooThoss,
and nny Catarrhal Comp!alat,
nan bo exterminated by Wei Co
Ileyor'a Catarrh Cure, a Consti
tutional Antidote), by Absorp
tion., The most Important Dla"
covery since) Vaocinatiom
SYHPTOWIS OF A
TORPID LIVER. -
Loss of Appetite, Bowels eost ve. Tain 'n
tbe Head, witn a dun
.eusiition in the
;-nart. run unuer mo oncjinor
blade, fullness after eatinot, with a disin
clination to exertion cf body Of Bind,
Irritability of temp, r. Low spirits, witri
a feeling of ha Ins; nofle-ti somefloty.
Waai-limse. Uiazloea. tluttenng at the
Beait, DoU before the eyee. Yellow Skin,
Headache aenera iy oer the right eyey
Bestlessness, witti Ltful di ox, Ligkly
eolored Unne, and
1 1 ITS riLI nr ewpe lally arlapfed to) '
enrb eM, no dose efteet. surh a change
leellna- a. to astonish the .uffrrer.
They I were lh- APe,anii esnee the
by1T in Ta em l lr.li. Urns Hie mini a
HmM. anil t.y th"r Tm.le trtlea on the
SMreult Unain, Hrcalur aiw.ls are pro
duced. fnce i miH. a Munar a.. a. Y.
YIITTJO MAID nVL?
IUI 1 U ll.;.6. tJlt.1
amrr u BRtT ST. nw tOHU. i
'I'T ."VlT- T-'TC ilZJL
1 iMMk mss msi
if! Wk W
A party from Hillnlioro Ugjod 350
ilucki while out limiting on Vpato
MiM AdJie Hall, by vot of Dal
las, ia, pronounced lha lubit liundnonie
girl iu that place, , ,
A man hame'd Vannyke, llvinjr in
Washington county,, ia under $200
bond j fortealinj liogn, , . ,
Thrapp, who had hm hand badly
uliot, living m Washington county, ha
to have it amputated,
A jutico of the peace in Douglna
county hn decided the new gatua law
Three, hundred thousand buHheln of
wheat have been received at tho Salom
Flouring Mills Co. up to thin date.
Last week the tore of II. A. Lut-
jniH, living on thn .Wa Day, Benton
county, was robbed of $75 in coin.
Win. Stadbrd, of Centerville, Unia
tilla county, Sits sold his ranch, contain
ing 160 acres, near that place, for
We unintentionally omitted to ro
cord the fact that the Republicans car
ried Albany last Monday, except one
Wesley Purdin, of Cornelius, was
kicked by a horse, lust week, and aua
toinej a fracture of the thigh and had
his knee dwlocntecl.
The Tigers, of Salem, pronoun to
nouse ineir new steamer on tho iytli
inst Extensive preparations will be
made for the event
It is reported that no less than
eighty persons have been summoned
from the neighborhood of Centerville
to tehtify before the grand jury on one
At tho recent term of the , circuit
court for Benton county, Jack Chani-
Imts was ordered to pay to tho common
school fund $1GG 50 on the ground of
A fellow lately from California, giv
ing his name as Adnm Meal, was ad
judged insane by tho authorities of
Coon county last week and sent to the
An attempt was made) at Sheridan
last week to burn the atoro of Mr.
Bethman, which proved unsuccessful,
tho clerk discovering the fir before it
got a start
The citizens of Myrtln Point are cir
culating a petition asking Congress to
nppropriato $10,0( 0 for the improve
ment of the mouth of tho Coquille
river, and 110,000 for removing snags
in tlio sii'iio,
ilosoph Wood, of Curry county,
killed a man iiuined II. II. Arnold, at
Smith river Corners, Dnl Norte county,
on- the JJltli ult.,' jn a bar-room quarrel.
wood is woll aud favorably known in
T- ,- .' I... . 1 . I
Tho following persona wfera elected
trustees of Ililliboro: Win. ti Weath
erred, T. II. Tongue, J, C. Lainkin,
John Milne, Goo Patterson; recorder;
T. Jl. Hari(iey; treasurer, li M. Hrown;
mafslial, f. M. Duiinia
The follow ing are, thn newly elected
officials of Oakland : Recorder, 11.
Smith; trusteed, J. II Smith, W. T.
Kerley, W (. Hanna, Ceo. Sacry and
Geary Young ; treasurer, O. A, Pike;
marshal, John 8. Hockley. The total
vote cast was 50.
. Thn editor of the Albany Democrat
?as been jjre.Kented with two squashM
of the following size: One of them
in 5 feet by 3 f;et 5 inches, in circum
ference, thr other 4 feet 3 inches by 4
feet 2 iru-hes, and as nearly round as
they can be mude.
The Dall-.s Itemizer says R. P. Wil
sonof Oregon City, and Thomas IIol
uian, of .Salem, liavu Ixen here for a
day or two examining the lay of the
land between here and Elletidal, with
a view of bringing Water from that
place to run a mill and other machin
ery. Th-'r.nlri.nrl roer.nnn,ls.nt of
Plaindealer says: On Monday, as Jaa.
Dodge was ruling AL Smith's , horse
from tlm field where Jip had Wo plow
ing, the horae liecatne. frightened at a ,
', . -Ti PUB,.,Utart.!
rope pulled agnuistjiig lie..K, and htnrt-
. i...:1. it rblor and
,, ,. , , ....
Kepi on ilia man curt-ix umu nc h.tm
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE
Chanced the Hereafter.
lion Kelson W Cole, of Columbia oeaaty,
shot himself through the heart last Moaday
at.bii home aear Riverside.1 About' two.
years tgo a cancer be (ran1 to appear - oa his
lower Jip, aud after yariousv efforU to. treat
it, he oame to this city,, ears the Portland.
Standard, and had an eperatioa performed.
This atTordjtd temporarily relief, bat after'
awhile the dieease broke ont ia a mere aa
lignaut form under the Jaw aad grew rapidly
worse nntil the entire left jaw bone was
eaten off and the patient could only take bit
nourishment with a spoon. His suffering,
was inUn.e and the only releaf he had was,
through the influence ot morphiue. About
ix weeks ago his pains were so great that
he attempted suicide by taking morphine,
but his effort was frustrated and it was be
lieved that the attempt would Dot be re
peated. Last Monday was the day for tbe
annual school meeting of tbe district where
Mr Cole resided, and hi particular! re
quoeted everybody to go, saying that he pre
(erred to be left alone. Without thinking ef
of any suioical attempt, his request was com r
plied with and his son, at whose house he
was then residing, left the sufferer by him
self saying that he would return immediately
after the meeting. Mr Cole and his son both
being widow irs there were no women ta the
family to leave with him. On the son's re
turn from the meeting ht foiind his fathtr .
lead on ths HooH with 4 ballet hole through
his body. It appears I rum all that eenld be "
gathered from. appearances of the room aad ,
the surroundings- of the dead man, that
shortly after ,bls friends left him, at 2
o'clock; the old man must have got dowa a a
loaded rifle which hung upon the wall of a
room in the house and made delibeiate pre-,
paratioii for killing himself. He wrote a
ew lines on a scrap of paper saying that he
had no desire to go through another such a (
night of auffarii g. He then placed the gua
ii a table so that by setting down on his
knees the mtiado would be opposite his
heart, in tlutt position it if i thought that he;'
pushed the triggar of the gun with his cane,
discharging the load itito bis own body. The'
ball eutered the left bieast near the nipple, '
aud passing out at his back went through
the side of the house. An inquest was held
ou Tuesday undor the direction of Justice '
Wright, of that precinct, acting as coroner,
and the verdict was in accordance with the
almve facts. Mr Cole was a man universally (
respected by all who knew him and a general
favorite throughout the county. He was .si
representative in the Oregon, legislature four "
years ago. ile was a wiuower, ui.years mu,.
snd leaves a son in Columbia county .and- ev
married daughter ia Missouri.' . The pleoeef
the tragedy was ou the bank of the Colusa
bia, about 30 miles below St Helens.
Society li Washington.
Washington society, which went Into "
mourning in a very decorous manner '
for President Garfield, hag finally con-'
. . - ,
tented to restrain lis grier, ana is pre
paring to enter into the gayetieg of the
coining winter with a decided relish,
here have been a number of fine res
idences built within the city by prom
inent and wealthy people during the
past year, and many people are at pres
ent leoking for housea to rent large
enough for reception purpose. The
capital city is fast becoming a most de
lightful place of residence, and will'
continue to improve in that respect ai '
a rapid rato. The only drawback to
thn perfect felicity of Washington eo-.1
ciuty at present seems to be the steady
refusal of President Arthur to select a '
mistress for tho White House amonfj1
its many fair daughters. If he should '
conclude to make a selection gome time
perhaps the great mass of the wise
lected would not be in any more amia
ble frame ef mind than at present
Every corpse that is taken to the
Paris morgue is now quickly converted
into a block almost as hard as stone.
This result is obtained by Carrie's
chemical refrigerator, which is capable
of reducing the temperature of the
conservatory, where each body ia laid .
out on something closely resembling
enmp-bedstead jn atone, to 15 below
zcro Centigrade. , At the back of tb.il
room is a row pf itove-like compart
ments, in which the corpses are boxed
up and frozen hard before being,, ex
posed to publio view. As an .ijlustra
tion of the intense cold thus artificially,
secured, a Paris journalist, in escrib-.
jng a recent visit to the morgue, aayg
that in opening one of the compart-.
th-inimU the attendant took the pre-i
caution to wear a glove, Jest "hie hand,
should be burnt by contact with tlie,
cold iron." The corpse which waa.
taken out of this receptacle had been...
there nini, hours, The doctrr .who acf
cmnrar.ied the viHitor etruck the aeau ,
,. ca the bieant With., itlCg, ana the) .
- , -.,, -
I.,l was iuat if he had struck a atone.