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ESTABLISHED FOR TBI DISSElMIO!l Of OES0CUT1C FIlXCirLEI, 1M TO III IS KOXEST L1TIH6 IT TIB SWEAT OF OCI HOW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1883.
I. L. CAMPBELL,
Tu&lishir dni Proprietor.
PF.Ol -Oa th Etit il l. af Willamette
fkwtMfMi Seventh aad KItfbtb StmU.
TXBU3 OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Pea Aa.am 12.5
Hi Meatha LS
Awa KnOi,. 7
BA.T1.9 OF ADVKKTI81NQ.
rir. It Uaet .r lm, a. InMrttnu 13;
iiAhWiiiI laMrtioa L CMh required in
- Tlan edvwilMr wlH V charg.d at tb fol
ariaf ratter' '"'
a. mim. tbr. m.uths M 00
" all a.ath. 00
V rHaa.y.er 1J00
IWjMt antle.1 la local oolamo, 20 eenta per
' fe. for eaoh iawtioo. - '
AdvarbWiai billi will b rendOTad qnart.rly.
AR eb wort mnd be rain rot o nruvsav.
ImuiUmi 11, A. r. ul A. M.
rat eae teirS wiiur la wti
vaaoaa 1ml Taaaa e. 1 1. 0.
t. F. MMUtrtrj T.aMay .naiag,
Wtw4waL4 IoiH?mrT Ne.
,!! HlklUul tt W4ad.n la aek oatk.
'" Iraeist Lenns, No. 13, A. 0. D. W.
Mm at af eaonle HU tha eeoond and fourth
Uy la each month.
J. M. Swah. M. W.
KarATStca Post. Ne. 40, O. A. R.-Met
I MCaMali Hll. tha firat and third FridAjr. of
eeaa airata. By order, CuaaAvmit
asia e Cmm Fsisvrts. Meets th.
Ire aad third Saturday evenin. at Mmic
MaU. By ord.r of J. XL oloaji, u v..
mi Looos N SQ7, L O. 0. T. - Meet.
vary S.Wrd.y alhtin OH F.Uowv mil.
E. 0. Pottm, W. C. T.
LtAmst Stai Bu or Hors-Meet at tha
. P. Church avwy 3un-Uy afternoon at 3:30.
. aV Hairtan. 8-ipt; Mi" llrtha V., A.'t
aeah;Ckaa. Hill. Sec'y. Mi- Uttia Smith,
OkaaWa, Virion a J. w.looaa.
J. E & F. iV. Peiiton,
IHjmClTY - - OIlEdOX.
vaWalattoattxi ute Tr""
U aad AbracU of TitU.
Oaata 0.r Graos StniA
tST X GENERAL J
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Ifos'e 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
a, mia, luiitr. u arte, icatM.
'Attorneys an J Counsellors at Law,
BUUExa crrv. orkgox
PBACriCSIX A.LLTUB COURTS OF
thU Stata. Th7 lva .pec!! attntioo
aallaoti.o. and probata uatlrra,
tifioi -Ov.r VT. F. t o a Epria olfina
CE3- B- & CEO. A. mm,
Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law',
WILT. PRACTICE Iff THE OURT3
af tha Sooind Jatlit'LU Diatrit-t and in
' h. Soprwa. Court of thU SUta.
t a proDAH;
Geo. 8. Washburne,
4? QIXl CITY, -
ffla f.rtavl accupied hy Thomtoa
GEO. M. MILLER,
INbavij vxi CsunsjUor-at-Law, and
rjoaxi crnr. ' - - - oregox.
FFICB-Twa door, aarth of Pot Olfioa.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
' IIRc Adjoining St-' Charles Hotel,
CM3 Bin OF Hires al LtJCIET.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
fHkX BB F0UXD AT HIS OFFICE or
Vidaoa whoa aot profoiaionaUy agtiti.
POST OFFICE DRU0 8TORB.
BM.aca .a EWth .traat, oppa.Ua Preahy
TtimminflSilks and Sal
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
Hie finest stock of French
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and. SHOES
of all descrivtions.
Liberal Discount for
Mew Departure ! !
PATRONIZE THE MEN WHO HELP T . LUILD YOUR I! RIDGES, ROADS AND
SCHOOL HOUSKS. whnat interest art rotir intrrenU t Ar. lwnnau.Bti. lnuUd aad
tnd their profit, at home. Take notice that.
A. V. PETERS,
Will aell jood. for CASH at maatly reduced price, ai low a. any other CASH STORE,
Fine Cheviot Shirt.. 54, 75 cU and IL
Bert Print, lb and 18 yard. $1 00
Beet Brown and Bleached Mnnlim, 7, 8, 9, and
Clark, and Brook, .pool oatton 75 eta per Dot
PUiu and Milled Flrnnel., 25, 55; and 50
Water Proo , cecta
Fin. Whit. Shirt., 75 eta and $L
And all Other Coods at Proportionate Rates.
AUo th. Colebraied
WHITE 8E rV NG MAOHNE !
Xone better for rtwnifth, aud durability), At greatly reduced ratea. "
0-Tomy old Cu.toinerg, who have .tood by tn. to I mg, I will continue t- aell on aama
tnn. a. heretofore on time, hut If at any time they wish to mak CASH purohaww, I will (ire
all am, a other, the full credit on iny reduction A. V. PETERS
New Assort men t Drest Good. (No Train) IS,
20 aud 25 cU.
Men' Underwear, Shirt, an I Drawer., CO at
Men.' Overhirt, 75 eta, and 11.
Men.' Overalls, 50, 65, 75 et. and II.
Embroideriea and Edgln at Fabulonl Law
DR. E. G.CLARK,
Graduate af tha Philadelphia Dental College.)
GOLD FILLIXG3 A SPECIALTY.
ArtiBdal teeth ml W order, lerth
attracted without pain. All w.wk fuUy war
rwatad.' Otfioa In brick building over toe
, EWELRY ESTABLISHMENT.
J. 8. IUCKET,
idcWachss, Chains, Jewelry, Etc.
Repairing; Troinptlj Exeeutcl.
- VTXll Work Warra4. jpf
J. S. LU'-KF.T,
Ewirtk A Coa Brf-V .WUlawtt itreei
Goods sold as low as any House
in Oregon, for
Cash Or Credit.
. Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and see.
S. H. Friendly.
IS NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
in Cut Up Orova. II perform all opera
tion la mechanical and turical d.utiitry. All
work warranted and aatufaottun (uarantaatL
Musical instromentt, Toy, Notions, etc
Watche., CI.m-W, and Jewelry mired and
warranted. Xorthwerf com-r of WillaroetU
and Eighth itraeta.
NEW GROCEiU STORE
(On door oth of Port Office )
OUR (r U ara all n an1 frjri and of
lint niulity. All K-ode umally f.wnd ia a
4n,i-cla (Jrooerr St..re, kept oa hand To-
rtarm. ana u'i" " ! -- --
( Cwh and mU f.w tha un, pvmt; th. w
trar th. adranta. of Caaa P
A. o. HoTcr, h. a Hi'MMiarT, ' w. t. rnr.
Notary. Attorney. Caafajer.
imz emm BAIIK.
HOVEY, HUMPHREY k 00
EL'OENB OITTT, Olt.
Depoait. raoeired mhject to check.
I un mvU oa apfirovad McuriUaa.
bi'ht Draf U drawa a
PORTLAND, rSAV FRANCISCO -AND
Exehan;. in oa tha prinHpal Cltjeenf
i'..t'.,i,m m&rU mi n tininla aad a evnaral
Banking buunaa fraoaacaad oat aorabia
A FEW HINTS
ro TNI DU OP
I)o.i. T awa IW tfw-
; ffitf, i i ittiii
tlunuXlt, 4 to , mi,,
tipttitM if. (hit lit
proper tkm ia eock mn.
For CoaitlpattoBi or Co.t1v.mi, aa
rna I. o eflietlT Anil Piua.
Th.y Ikaura ragolkr dally action, and r
atora the bow.l. to a healthy condition.
'' For ladtgwetloa, or Dy.pp.la, Araa'S
Fltx ara laraloabl, aud a (ar. ear.
BaMt-wwra. Lom af jpp.Uta Foal
(Kaaaajck, Ftatalaacr, DlwiMM, Be
cka, MaaibiMaa, KauMa, are all r;iTd
aad eared by Araa'a Fata.
la UvwrCaiapUlait, UloD.DIaardera,
aad JoaadJaa, araa'a Puia ho!4 ka
firaa la doM la eao.ik ta .lt tha
Uvtf and aoa.la, and nnov. aoaitlyaltaa.
aJ.hukMlii u.ill.lna la the (prist, laeae
Pilij ara aieiiial!t4.
Warm., eauwd by a morbid aondllloa e(
th bowel., ar. etplld by thu i'iu.
ErsyUona, thin Iltaa., aiid ru.
th. roolt ot IrkllgMtlon or Corxtlpalton, ara
wdby Ih.axoAvaa'. Paia.
For Cold., t.ka irra'i rina to oia
the porae, reatova liiluinniatory aMreUoiia,
aad allay the f.ver.
Tor IttarrboM aixl DyMatary, t .utd by
luJUn oolcU, iudlc-Mlibl. luo1, anu'S
I'ill ar the Ira. rtniy,
IttMimutUui, Uout, K.araJtia, and
f.'bilialof u-ii rctult f row Ol.iiT. il.raim
meiit, or col.lr, aud diMiekr en riuoin(
tho caue by tli. ut of Jtvua'a I'ILL.
Vtuaoro, Ihoey, Kidney CompUlud,
and ethtr dlamdcra cautd by d.Ulity at
aUtroetlon, ar. cured by Avaa'a 1'iua.
tapanvMloa, and ralaful M.araa
iloa, have a tafa and ready rw!y ta
Fail dlranlou, la Tartoaa lanfaa(i,
aoaipaay Mh pMk.'
raarAaan t .
Bolt by allDroff lta.
KatWa lUta ami nyalaiama
IT IS ROT NARCOTIC.
the) YrId'i rret Palu-Re-Herlng
re mod lea. They belt
aootfae and cure Burnt,
Wound, "Weak Bfcck nd
RbeamtiAm upon Man, And
Sprain a, Galls and Lamenetf
ipon Deaatt. Cbeap, quick
SPURTS af aUacaatlac Maaaa,
taajOae. CraoMias Paiaa U tla
Ba4. FatU Braatk, DaaCaaaa,
aa4 aay Catarrhal CaatplaUt,
aa ba axtarmlaatad y Wad Da
afayar'a Catarrk Cara, a Caartl
tatlaaal Aatldata, by AVaarv
tlaa. Tha aaaat Xaaaartaat Sii
aarary at Yaaalaakicai.
1 . 1 .
NOTICE 13 HKRKBY GIVEN THAT
by virtna ot an Elocution duly iud
aat ol th Circuit Court of tha 8 tat of Ore
gon, for th County o( Lane, by th Cl.rk
thereof, and to ma directed on tc-witi No
vember 111, 1SSJ, apoo a Judgment aad da.
ere of forechaiir rendered In (aid Coart
November 7, 1SS. iu eutt whereia W 8
Humphrey wu ulaintilf and J W IanKherty
waa aeieutiaut. tn avor of aaid vlaiatiu for
tha uia of ti handred and eihty-.ii and
tweuty-Uv oue huudredthi ($5&.25) dollar,
together with ooeU and di.buraein.au of
ale, aud an attorney fee of hltv-eiuhi (158)
dollar, and fur tha forechaur and aal of
th following dracnlwd mnrtied real pro
party, to-witl The N 1 of th S K 1 and
tha VY of tha N E k. and tha E I of th N
K i of eeo Ui al.u the V I nf th S K I of
8eo 11. all in T 16. 8 R 5 VV. oonUiuioa- 33)
aoraa, mora or leaa, all ia Lao County, Or.
too. Commanding m to aell the above
deauribed prentiM, a by law required.
Now, therefore, by virtue of aaid Execu
tion, and to eatiafy aaid Judgment with ia
taraat tharaon at tha rat of 1'Jt per cant per
aooum Irout th 7tn day af Novanibar, 1883,
ooata, aocrniug oaata and axpwM of aala,
aad attorney lea. 1 will aell tha abort de-
Siribed mortgaged premiM at publio auo
on, to tha hiuheet bidder, for caah la haud,
at tha Coart Flou door ia Eugene City,
Lane County, Oregon, on a
Haaday, Deeembtr II. I9SS.
at th. hour of S o'clock, p m, of uld day. '
J. U. UAUfliaLU
8h.riff Laaa Cauaty, Oregot,
Dated Not 24, 1883.
NOTICE M IIKltKrtY GIVEN THAT
by virtna of u execution duly ii.ued
aot of th Circuit Court ot th State of Ore
gon, for th County of Une, by th Clerk
thereof, and to m direoted on tn-wit; No
vember 18, 188.1, upon a Judgment and de
cree of foracloeura rendered in aaid Court
November 6, 1883, lu a wit wherein A 0
llovey, H C Humphrey and Walter T Poet,
partner., doing buiinow under firm name
nd atyle ot Hovey, Humphrey a Co.. were
plaintiff, and John W Uaugherty and sarah
F Danghertydofendanta, infavoridaaid plain
tiff for th nm of tnre. thnu.aod and eight
and twor.ty.flv on-hnndrdth ($.1,008 25)
dollar atogthr with orata, ipn.e of tale,
aad an attorney lea at three hundred (1300)
dollar, and tor tha forolnteur ot tha mort
gaged prtraieel daaoribad U follow, to-wit:
Tha N j of the 8 K t aud tha W 1 ot tha N
K J of Keo o 14, T lu, 8 K 6 v, contain,
irur 160 aoracand al.i tha VY 4 nf tha 8 K i
nf Sao II, ami tha K J of the N K ol Hao
14,lo T 10, n n 3 W.oootaininglUQacrea. AU
af aid laud being titii.tod iu Laua Couaty,
Oregon, Uommandmg ma to ll th above
doribed pramiera aTy law required.
Now, therefor by virtue ot aaid Kxeoa
tion, and to aatiafy aaid judgm.nl with in
Uret thereon at 12 per otot tier annum
(inoa tha 6th day ot November, 1883, omte,
acoruing oot4ftud xeuie of ealn, and at
toruoy ice, I will aell tha abovt dencribd
mortgagwl premiM at publio auction, to th
higheat bidder, for caah in hand, at th
Court Houm dooriu Eugeu City, Lan
County, Oregon, oa
Monday, Urea tuber 21, 1S3,
at th boar ot 2 o'olook, p ra, of (aid day.
J. R. CAMPBELL.
Sheriff of Lau County.
Dated Nov 24, 1883.
Groceries od Provisions,
WDl keep on hand a genaral aatortment
GroeerW, Provuiona, Cured MaU,
Tolaooo, CiKara, C'andiea,
Caadlea. rioaiK, Notiosa.
Uraea and Driwl Fmlta,
Wood and Willow War.
- Crockery, Eta.
Baataeaa will be ouoduoted ea a
WhLk nyan. that
Lev Prices an established
CmiIi tUUwtd vithoit tiirje U Ijjm
Kli KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTEC
yV which w wlJtnay th klghtmarkt
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
by virtu ot an execution duly iuued
ont ot theCirouit Court of th 8tato of Ore
gon, for th County of Un, by tha Clerk
thereof and to ma directed, on fi-witt No
vember 30, 1883, upon a Juilgmeot and de
eree of foracloinra renileref in Mid eonrt
April 19th, 1875, In a init then and ther
pending, in favor of Harriett L Chiohetta?
plaintiff, kodagainitM WMoMurr.y defend,
ant, for theiuro of twelve handred and forty.
five and tight on-hundredth (11,245 0)doU
lara, together with th ooetaand di.buraement
aad axpanaM of aal, and (or tha forecloaure
ot tha mortgaged premiM. described a. fol.
low, lo-witi Out ondivided on.-twelfth
part of all th real Mtata b.longing to th
Mtata af Fielding McMurray, doceMtd, ait
aaUd in T 17 and 18 8, H 3 W, in Un
ooaaty.Or, begibning at 8 W eoruer of Dona
tioa land claim ot William Mmith, thane
North 44 44, ohe, th.nca mI 45.00 ch.,
thaooutbU44ich th.nca wt 45.00
ch. to plaot of kegianing. Alo beginning
at tha N VV ooraer i4 tha Oon.tiri land
claim af t M Lakla and wife, ahenoe eaet
43.90 ih. th.uc. aouth 42.92 cha, thence
wt 44 90eha, theuoa north 43.77 cha to
Dhvua of beirinnina. oommandii.ii ma to Mil
all and lingular tha intanat ot aaiddefendant
tn and to aaid premuaa. Leave to Uae aal
.location having been granted by aaid court
November f, le&l.
Now therefore by virtue of aaid execatioa
and to MtUly aaid Jndgm.ot, with iatareat
tkereoa at the rat of Ma per oeot per an
nua aioca th 19th day of April 1875, eeta
axraing coat ami atpeuaM af aale, I will tall
a one twelfth inte.-Mt belonging to tha above
oaaiad defeodaat la th above Oeeoribaa
premiara, at publio aaotioa to the kighMt
biddar fr caah ia band, ai th Ceurt IIoum
door ia Euj;.m City, lana Conoty, Oregon,
Monday, Daeambar 81, 1883,
at tb boor of 1 e'ubek f m af eaid day.
J. II 1'AM.i'BKLU
Sh.rifl Lao County, Oregon.
Dated Deo I, 1883.
Itltlll Wittr f irtt.
JohnLcary, manager of tha Spring
Water Company, haa succeeded in 8an
Franoisco in raising money to increaaa
'.he paid op stock o( this company to
1250,000, ttjs the geattle Poet-tntellL
gencer, and it has brn determined ta
introduce water at once from Lake
Washlngtm. A atone and Itrick build
ing will he erected on the west shore of
of tha lake for the pumping machinery,'
from which a 13 inch pipe will extend
into the lake a hundred yards or more,
taking the water sixteen feet Wow tha'
surface. The pumping capacity will la'
1,500,000 gallons daily. Tho . water
will be forced from the lake to a reser
voir of 5,000,000 gallons capacity, built
midway letwoea the sound and lake at'
an elevation above tho tea ot 313 feet,
which will itipply a greater part of (ha
city's present population, but In order
to iupp!y all, an angina will ha placed
at the reservoir and made to pump into
another reservoir 423 feet high, located
on the Kenton track, where the great
est altitude within the limits of the city
is to be obtained. 8owe $83,000 was
expended last Summer in utilising
apring on the side hills in tha southern
part of town, and in six, eight, ten and
twelve inch iron pipes loading to various-
parts of town, but tha supply was
OREGON AND WASHINGTON.
All rail between Tacoma and Seattle
After the fire in Victoria, JX 0., tha
Chinese presented the fire department
with the sum of $300and a gold medal
to the chief.
Twenty four men were discharged
from tha railroad shops, says tha Toco--
ma Ledger, in consequence of an order
received from W. T. Small, assiatant
superintendent of machinery and mo
tiva power for the western division.
Only forty-five men ara now employed
at the shops.
Mr. Sohucy, an employe of BenJ
Detrain, of Filot Rook, waa found
lying in the road between that plaoe
and Pendleton on Monday with his lrg
broken, says the Walla Walla Union,
Schuey says that he went to put tho
break on his wagon when his foot
slippep, throwing him from the wagon.
The Indian school on the Puyallup
reservation is in a flourishing condit
ion. It now has an enrollment of
sixty-five pupils, all of whom ara mak
ing fair progress in their ntudiea. Wisa,
Susie Banders has Wu employed as aa-.
sistant teacher in place of Mr. O. W.
Dell, who was forced to reaign on ac
count of ill health.'
Tha McMinn villa correspondent of'
the Lafayette, Oregon, Register, says:.
The old Baptist college is ho more; but
it will still live in tha momory of tha.
students who once called it their home
their Alma Mttnr, and, whan "in.
dreams they revisit" the scenes of their
youth and happy days at school, the old
building, though down in the dust and;
forgotten, will aver be to memory
NOTICE W HEREBY GIVEN THAT
by virtu, ot a dcw of the Circuit Court
of the SUM of Oregoa, lor Laae County, made
it th. n-tfiiUr Nov.ntb.r tona there. 4. ItKJ.
I viUotf.rforMleat publio auction, to th.
hiuhwt bidder, th fulhiwiug dWiilad real
UU, to wit:
LntNl.lOMCtino2n.T7. SR JW. COO
taiuiaif 28.e0 acre., in Lan. County, Orepm,
on tli. -Kb day uf Domlwr, A 1 1H33, at
th. Court Hotia door in Kuuene Citr. Oregon
lteo the hour, of 9 o'clock a m and 4o'cIoc!
p u. ol Mkl day.
Tent of Mde caah.
A. G. Hovftjitoferea.
Gto. S. Waahbuiih, Attorney.
That despicable, whining traitor,.
Mahone has comn enced the interview
ng "racket." He complains that tha
administration did not "support" hitn.
f he bad been proporly "kupported
with half a million dollars or so from
the National Treasury, he might have
pulled through. If Mahone was a man
with tha least principle, or was trotih-
od with a conscience, he would remem
ber now in his hoar of defeat that ha
betrayed bia constituents! that ha
claimed to bo a Dmocrat, was elected
Senator as a Democrat, and then joined
hands with the Republicans, and has
been their willing tool ever since ha
has been in the Senate. Robeson of
New Jersey waa publicly branded in
the halls of Congrea as a thief and a
liar, out he is a respectable man by
the side Mahone, the traitor.
GUARD OFFICE-NewteeT, book and ob
Lexington, Tenn., has a prodigy in a
youngnter named Claude tames, wK
has never been to school two months it
his life, and can speak Latin, German,
French and English distinctly, on 1 eta
recito from memory many poems
and literary pieces with as mu 'a tz
phasia and ithos as any wml tra;n