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ESTABLISHED FUR THE DISSEMINATION OFDEJIMMTIC I'RINCIPLES, AXD TO EARN AN HONEST LIVING BY THE SWEAT OP OUR BROW.
m i ADO
9He (gagfttf City uatfl.
Publisher an I Proprietor.
Q!T?lC3-'J t thi Ett xt l- of WillsmtUe
fetawtbitviusa Seventh ami Eighth Street.
TERMS OF SUB-CRIPl'IOX.
Pf Annm '.';
Alx M mthi .
Three Mm tin '
tA.TK3 OF ADVKHTISIXG.
' One si'lare. 10 line or le, one insertion BJ:
aita iubjau3t insertion St Cash reipiired in
""fUi'a Wertiser will be charged at the fob
0as srre three months ' M'
" " iix mouth " '
" " one year 12 00
Tln notice in local column, '.Mcent per
-ha for evih insertiun. t
A'Wert'uiiii bill will be rendered ouaYerly.
All lo work must be paid kok hm nBMvmtv.
' TW TWT " HI I I 1"' U.1J . 1
, B P.nnFXt. Ixibok N'o II, A. P. anil 1. M
jdtft. Seitxcr UnriR Ii:iok So. fl I. O.
jS5Ss50. F. Mnetsevery Tuesday twain.
WlMWHH ENCtMfUKST o. 8,
iaU, tU Miia-Hth Wot lie lay in mm'Ii fr.ontli.
Bous'JH Tvwiz, N''. 1"'. A. O. IT.;W.
Meet at M isonic H ill tlia sea md and .nurtli
Friday iu each month.
J. M. S1.11.1s. sr. W.
Kilpatuck Pinr. NT. 41. i. . I!. -.Meets
t Alsmii II lU, t'-H Hf ii ami third Friday of
each mmt'.i. Uy orier, CnruyiiHii.
.W)S1 OK ClIOSKS FlUKNl)S.-M'ftt the
,rt and thirl Saturday eveirin.-H at . smc
RalL By ordsr of .1. M. rfun.v, i t.
Barn L-nw X 317. I. . G. T. Met
Try dvii.diy ayht U U 1 1 V1 w flill.
HO. Piirms, W . C T.
Lxmxi Sraa Bvvtmv If.ii'K -MeU at t'
5. r. CViriia every 3 I iy aft ernoon at 3:H
J. ft. Umtm S uit.: Mm IWM CxA, At
8 tat; OIim. Kill.'Ssc'y. Mis llittio Smith,
OaaaUio. Visitor m i lo wjlwiuf.
a. rUH.VX, ALSANl. L. BXYEC, KL'CKNE.
Attormys ail Csunsoilor at Law,
EUUK.VU CUT, OIMWO.V.
PaAcncu ix ad i j this ;;!.; nr.-? of
tui State. 'J'hey stive apecial iiHontinii
o collection an I probjt j m.itt'.T.
tiJ :-)jr V. i''. CV IJt;rjs olfi"e
G:3- B-a lil A .311113,
Atboruvji nit i- C i-iimdlors-TiU.
p-ivot-ii.:.-: i mis ennrn
TT Hi t u -). id .f i li.-iil J.i.ri uul in
lie ft.lprj.u - 0 i. H i o! l ii ') it-.
flpjjial attiiiti.iii (ji. ja v. c.id.'ctio.i and
Waiter in uriiliatj
l5U.ilS.VS: CITY, - - - OlilSUON
' onico formerly oojupiid by Tlioiiipson &
ceo. n mim,
Attornjj ail Cjai3jlbMt-La-.v, ani
Heal Estate J'eat.
' JRUGEXECIl'Y, - - - OiiiS-iJV.
bFFICE-lVo do ir mrlh of l'.t O.li-.-e.
. J. E. EE XT ON,
UiJEViS CITi' - o:E3)X.
gpjoial attention given ti Rial Eitatd lVa.'
ilea and Abitract of fitln.
OrKiOli Over Gran4 Ssore.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
O.B:JAJj)ViiijSt- Charles Hotel,
. . - OB ATMl?
5 J 7 J if j 0? 21123 ani LUCKZY.
Bit. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN RE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or re
idence when not professionally en'ed.
Otlic at tne
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Raaidente on Eighth atreet, opjvwite Preby
DU. E. G. CLARK,
Graduate of the Philadelphia IK-ntal College.)
EUGlSXiS CITY, - - - OjEu...X.
i OLD FILLING i A SPECIALTY.
OT Artifiaal tta mile t) order. I'eetu
extracted witlimit pain. All work fully warranted.-
OHm iu brick biiildiui over the
Grants tir-? -
JEWELRY ESTADLIS H M EXT.
J. S. LUCKEY, mXQ
oc'ti, V i: i ti, C.u:,i3, Jeslry, Eti.
Ue'juiria l'r.:nitly Exuciiteil.
Cjr.lll 'rU U'arranlM,
j. ii. u;:kky,
E,JiTJ.-.h k (Vi Br ': Yi!la"n? I'.ree-
is" 11 i b:u
Ul.ll I IU I
JiT A GEXEUAI 553
i large assortment cf La
dies and Childrens Hose at
13 1-2 cts.
Hood Dress Good sat 12c-
J test Corset in town for oOc
An immense stock of Xcw
anil Seasonable (roods.
Fine Cashmere in every
Xew awl Xohb'j shjli's in
Liberal Discount for
cash a s i)
X hiJilvi.. it.ji j.--, whose linnv.sii. nr..
.vund l.iui' -n i.i..-. .a home. 'J al;v nolice tiial.
SVill bell ifooc1! for CASH at fluatly reduced
ll.-et l'rinto II. and 13 yard 51 00
Heist Drown an I K'.oached .Miu.liiiH, 7, 8, 'J, an. I
10 ct :.
Clark and lirno'; sool cotton 7 ct tier l)oz.
l'laiii.ml..lilled Flrnnel, 25, 35: and 50
Wutjr Proo , ceiita
I' ino WIikh S!:irt, 75 ct and Jl.
And all Olhsr Cods
.Vim 1 1 J t'eljlu'oiej ,
WHITJ S!i V
None b.'tt!r f r a .ren,'t!i, Kiz;, mi l ditraWiity),
lo.iiv o! I l.usfiinie', who have stood liy
rtii a ii.T.-tuiore on tnu-i, but it at any tune
til II. 4 'ir.llill'.l. tiie full I
Goods sold as
in Oregon, for
Cash Or Credit.
Highest Price paid for all kinds
of Country Produce. Call and see
S. H. Friend
1 i . r
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watcbe, (locks, and Jewelry repaired and
warmntd. Nirthwe' oru.r nf Willamette
and EL'bth itrwtii.
(')ne i!oor o;ith of Pont Oihcs )
OUR K'xvl re all new niri freh n I of
firnt nual'tr. All k' "nU iwrallv fmn l in a
1 iri't cla Ir c rv Store, kept on Lnnd 'I'o-iha-o.
and Cl'iARS pi.-ialty. V buy
for Ch and nell for t!i fcame. u'ivin the cu
i lomer th advnntai of Ca"H I'Hirni,
EUGENE CITY; OR, SATURDAY, FEIJIIUAKY
7 inimin Silks and 'Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
The finest stock of French
ever brought to this place-
BOOTS and PUOES
:n all grades-
of all description s.
I.L'ii.lvoLM: l:.:! Dli ICS, ROADS AXJj
juiir inUrc: ! Are periiiaiieutly looaud nan
prices), ns i,)W :uiany (.iIkt'CASH STORE.
Fine ("Iieviot ijliiiU fiJ, fj cts and 81.
Now Aoi'lment Ores (Joods (No Trali) 15.
2 ) ami J.t ct.
Men' Imi b.-W) it. S'ii:i ati 1 DraiVera, CO ct
MJn'Over!i:ilH, 75 ett. and
Men' Oieralls, 51, 75 et and 31.
Kinliroiderie nnl l'Miu at Falmlou Low
at Proportionate Rates.
jS"W MAOHX.E !
At greatly reduced rateR,
I will continue n ell on same
they winh to make C ASH purchases, I will give
l credit on uiv reduction A. V. I'LI ERS
low as any Hcmse
A. II. HDVET, H. C. Ut'Ml'HKEY, W. T. PKET,
Notary. Attorney, Caahier.
LANE C3UNTY BANK.
IIOVEY, HUMPHREY & CO
EUOENB CITY, - - OR.
Dio.it rei-eived subject to check.
J.o -in made on approved .counties,
'i'ht Draft drawn nn
PORTLAND, SAN FRANCISCO AND
'.x '.nt (Jrv.vn on the principal Cities of
f '..Ii. .-li.iti. trijida nn all iM.inls and a ceneral
Rankil business transacted on avoralil.i
term?. . nl3tf.
D!i. IV. G- SEKIEREDE,
13 NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
in Cottage Orovc. He perform all opera
tion in mechanical ami Mimical dentistry. All
work warranted and natiafaitiou guaranteed.
A FE HINTS
roa thu use of
Dose. 7b mort the bon
ds g.nllp, 2 to 4
j tivmuuhly, 4 to ,(,,
.j'frnrnrr iroi otrcio. int
pivprr tlote lit tuck CO..
l or Cou.tlpatlon, or Cosllv.iic.s, no
romeily Is to eili.oiivo oa lvi n'8 1'iLU.
They Insure regular daily action, and re-
Itore the lowib to a lu sl;h condition,
For Ind!KcIIii,or UysiH'pala, AVLK'J
Tills are Invuluablo, anil a sure cure.
Ikvirt-uurn, Loki) of Aiictlu, roul
Htnniarii, FlHtulency, Dluinc.s, Had
liclie. Kumbiie', Nausea, nre all rcliotei
and c.iroU by Ay Kit's l'nx.
In I.lverCoiuiiI.iiiit, i;inou(iI)!.ior'ci-,
and JaunUlce, Avkh'S Pit.ui alioulil ll
K'l'an In ilodus lare cucuU to sxllo tbo
livor and liowob, aud remov cout'JjiaO.
As a clcaiD'.::g n.c.lictuo in the tfpriug, tbee
1'lLU are ui:e(ii:i!lcd.
Worms, caujcil by a morbid oonditlon of
tbo bowels, are expelled by tticio r;i.n.
JCrupUon, E!;ln Diseases, anl r!i
t'.:3 tivM vf lu.'.'jes'.kni or Coiistl;i.it!c:, r.ro
c:-. 1 by ilou:of Avnt's Tl!.L3.
I"r Co3,;i, t::!.e Aykr'S Ti..',3 ti opsa
l.u pores, I'winoro i:i!t:ininir.l:;y t;.i.'.
a.U p.i;.iy l'i3 fiver.
'.? 1)1 irilii,-.;'.r.il C--a'..-'' taJ by
1 1 1 l.'ii cd!iN, la.lijciiiblo f-i..!, vlo., AVUlt'4
i'li.i. nio t!io truo rcnicuy.
It'i:iiiin'.lL.i.i, (.out, I.'ck.ru'lu, end
f".;l ilc.i,oru-ii ivsr.ii. I rota i!iBtio ilcruuxo
i 'i.'., i . c iV.s, i.r.J (".haps .r n rd;iioikg
li, LMj-o by t';u u;o .f Ai:k's IMi.ls.
ji:i,,h, I.. '., y, ICi.im y Coiiil!iitB,
f I iUicr l:.Mr..i..j ti.c.sJ ly ilcbi.uy w
C- U u-:t::i, i n' cuu.l by .vi ' 1'ltU.
t;iJt'-ii'-VA!jn. i::.d l'uij.;;il ICtib'.riuX
tl.o, a b.i.'o i.-.i iu:c.y '.w.ici'y la
A V C
i J a-
Kull illrsetlom, iu Tcrlotvi lauciacs, r
t&isipany cuoh fackajc.
i-::::i-a mri rv
Dr. J.C.'Ayep&Co., Lowell, Mass.
SoM "37 all l)ra?glsta.
o n a
r. . u 11.
Ioticra Llo a:.d riiytlcla-n
. rooonunond it.
IT 13 HOT parcoti;
tlio World's prcat rain-Kr-Iic
ing iTtiicdios. Tliey heal,
:,uo(Lo mid euro IJurns,
Wountls, Vt'cnk Back and
nitcutnatisia upon JIan, and.
Sprains, Galls and Lameness
ypoa Kcasts. Cheap, quiek
EPURT3 cf ttisnustln, Elucna,
Snaaea, Crackling Pains la tlio
Head, Fotld Ercatli, CoaTaess,
dud nny Catarrhal Complaint,
ran to cxtorminated'ty Wei Ca
Iloyer'a Catarrh Cure, a Consti
tutional Antidote, y Absorp
tioa . The mot Imnoi-tant Dia
covcry aince Vaccination.
I, . Nil
Croceris Provision 3 ,
Will keep on band a K4eral assortment
(Jroceriei, Provision, Cured Meat,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies.
Candle, Soain, Notions.
Ureen and 1'rieif r'miti, . .
Wood and Willow Ware.
lliuuncss will te conducted on a
WLich lueans that
Low Prices arc Established
Good del ire red willionMinr;t to Cnyr t
ML KINDS OF PR05UCE WANTH
1"rbicb we dl pav t'n liivbstniark t
price. " d AS 'I. . PA OK.
HOI. WARe MILLER. ,
THE JUNIOR SENATOR FROM
The Reputed Leader of the New York
Senator Warner Miller, known more
familiarly as "Wood-Pulp Miller,"
of Herkimer, New York, was born in
dswego county, tlmt State, Augu.it 12,
1 838, and in tlicivfore in his forty-nixtli
year.' Ho oraili'.ited ut Union college
in 1 SCO, anil then became a teacher in
the Fort Edward Collegiato Institute,
hut w hen tli war broke out, in 1SG1,
he enlisted in the Fifth New York Cav
alry. He served with conspicuous
bravery in the Shenandoah Valley,
being promoted to Sergeant Major and
Lieutenant. At the baltln of Winches
ter lie imis taken a prisoner, but was
finally "exchanged" after the close, of
the rebellion. Mr. Miller enquired iu
fanning tind becaiti) the owner of ex
tensive paper mills in which enterprise
he is still engaged, llo was a Delegate
to the National .Republican Convention
iti Philadelphia iu 1872, and in 1874
was elected to the New York Legisla
ture, nerving two terms.
Mr. Miller then entered National
politics and was elected us a Represen
tative to tin; Forty-sixth Congress and
was returned to tbo Forty-seventh. . In
1881, when Conkling and Piatt re
signed their seats in the Senate, Mr.
Miller was chosen by the New Assem
bly to succeed Thomas C. Piatt and
took his scut October lltli, iu the same
yeur. 1 1 is term of otlioe dues not ex
pire until the ;!d of March, 1887.
Seiiutor Miller, by his recent manip
ulation, of the Kpuhlicau caucus of the
New York Legislature, securing the
election by thu Lower House, of Mr.
Shcai d 11.1 its Speuker, has won for him
self the sudden reputation as being the
leader 'f the New York Republicans,'
and the well-known fact that the Sen
ator is antagonistic to the present ad
ministration of Arthur, yives especial
significance) to Lis political controlling
power iii his State as indicating that he
will become u prominent factor in dic
tating against Arthur's reiioinination
at Chicago next June.
Mr. Miller is a man of splendid physi
cal and mental strength, and possesses
that personal magnetism which wins
the lasting friendship of those with
whom he comes in intimate contact.
ju Oregon Mayor Sold
A. dispatch from Washington giving
an indetiiiitu account of swindling acts
of a man who pretended to be a pri?st,
has developed the fact that Thomas
Charinan, Mayor of Oregon City and
one of tlm wealthiest men of the town,
is one of the victim's. About a year
ago Mayor Charinaa received a letter
from Cuent a, Spain, signed by one
Mire, who purported to be a priest,
lie paid ho was at '.he death-bed of a
Urigadier named Cliuiiuan who left an
immense tstate, which had been cunlii
cat;d iy i ho Cai lists. He asked for a
remittance of $JU0 to send the grand
daughter of tlio dead Ihigadi'r tj
America, ami wanted to know whether
ho should take preliminary ste.'s to re
cover the estate. The Idler ad every
appearance of an olliciai. document,
beiii bordered with various seals and
much red tape. After llo exchange o;
a few letters Cliaitnan .eht if'JOO ai
since then bus not heard from ie
Tim coinliiitteeoli accounts ljf the
House of lleproi ntatitives are inding
somi! exci e(liiij;ly crooked business iu
the doorkeeper departinen Mrs
Mitchell isiivdited with iGG'for ash-
in" Ii ft y two towels; the pjamr pile
Only a Puntsy Blossom.
John Henry wore bis breeches tight
Of this he did not think
When be gut nn the roller skates
To show off at the rink.
His tint adventure was his last,
He'll ut on skate no more;
He tried to kick the roof all off,
And sat down on the floor.
Vlien.Tohnnie dropped the girls all lauKhad;
It wa an awful fall
And when they bad their banks all turnad
He backed against the wall,
lie called a friend, took off the skates,
And pvinj; bun tbo wink, 1
Said, "Jim, lend me that long-tailed coat,
1 want to leave the rink." " "
OltEtJON AND' WASHINGTON.
Marion county claims 14 Good Tera
The mortgage tax law has boen, the
subject of debate in many portions of
The O. H it N Co's. wharf at Seattle
fell on Thursday morning, destroying
A dastardly attempt was made to
burn a grain warehouse and planing
mill at Dayton, W, T.J on the evening
of the 23d. .' . ,
Young Finlayson, who is charged
with killing his grandmother, and is ia
jail at Albany, has a good appetite and
Tim salmon canneries at Astoria)
are busily engaged repairing nets and
beats, and making necessary prepara
tion for the fishing season. . .
The Cheney Tribune lias a candidate
for Governor of Washington Territory
Ja?ob Stitzell. It is safe to say that
Spjkanu Falls does not stand in.
Tlio Territorial division boom doei
not yet appear to have extended lie.
youd the columns of the Union news
paper, says the Walla Walla Journal
Our up country exchanges giye no evi
dence of the successful work that Hon.
Sewall Truax is said to have been per
forming iii Nirthern Pacih'o towns, in
niak itiLr converts to Mr. Johnson's
Staoe Hoodery. Friday evening
Jan. 25(11, when the South bound stage
haJ gone about four miles sonth of
Grant's Pass, the driver was com
manded to halt. This was followed bv
the peremptory order to hand out
Wells, Fargo i Co's express box. This
of course could not be refused, at thj.
point of such a commanding weapon as
was held in the driver's face, A car
bine is too persuasive a weapon to de
cline the oliedienco of orders. The bo
contained SG10 in money, ?600 ol
which had been shipped by Dill Kennoy
from Grant's' Pass. The U. S.' mails
and passengers were unmolested and
allowed to proceed on their journey,
with trembling limbs ana palpitating
The Velcoino has been investigating
the receipts of somo of Portland's spe
cial police. According to its statement
some of them ought to bu able to lay
aside a little for a "rainy dty." It says
that the following amounts per month
are paid to J: F. Watson, whose heat
extends from Front to Fourth streets
and from Washington to Mornsoi).
Soventeen CLinese tan games, with 62
gambling ttbles, 4 per week for each
house,' f 272; 14 lottery houses at $2(
per wek, il 20;" 126 white business
houses At 51.50 each, 8188; ,8 houses of
prosliiution at $5 each,' $4 0; 55 Chinese
busiiess bouses at $1.50 each,1, $82;' 4
far- games, G4;'froui city of Portland.
ii) total per month, 47GG. Srii'cial
Ollicer A. li. Rrennan, whose lieat ex
tends from east of Fifth, north of Oak
and south of A streets, receives per
month: even saloons at 2 per month
each, $14; CS white business houses at
$1 each, 68; four banks at $2 eaciy
if 8; J7 Chines.) business houses at f2
each, 34; 4 Chiueso bawdy liouses at
each, 20; 4 Chinese' tan ghmes at.
10 each, $40; is siid to receive from
the O. ltSt N Co i $10; Walter Keyes'
Yankee lluzaur, 85 per month; from
the city of Portland, $1 , per month;
total per month, $230. Estimated
aiiiouiit received by Special OlBcer
Moti: .Bint, cast of Fourth from Mor.
risoii to Taylor streets; -. C3 white busj.
nes.1 I...US.-S, ?tJ3; 20 Chinese stores,
54U; 34 bawdy houses, 170; 6 Chin
is.' g itiibling houses, 96; from ciry
Pintlaii.l, T month, l; total par