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ESTAIILISIIED FUR TJIE DISSEMNITIOX OP 0E10M TIC PRINCIPLES. AND TO UU a PXEST UTING BT TUB SWEAT OP OUR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1885.
NO. 37. V
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'I. L. CAMPBELL,
Publisher ani Proprietor.
-Oi t'n Eitl or Willamette
Streatbatwaaa Sjventa unJ Eighth Street.
TERM? OF swaaipnoN.
Advertisements inserted t-o follows t
One iiu ii-a, 10 lin tr 1 us, one insertion S3;
each subsequent inscn.ua $1. Cash require.) in
Tim. alvertiser will ba charged at the fol
owiu, rate :
On. square t'urea month J(l 00
' iix months 8 0"
" " oueyenr U Oa
Transient notices in local culuinu, 20 ceuts per
lia. (or each insertion.
Advertising bills will be rendered quarterly.
All )ob work must be paid por i! pcuvkhy.
...u.1iin Ha 11 A r nil A M
MmU Ant and third W.lnesdajrs in wli
mu Brine Bnrra T-onns No. 9 I. O.
O. F. Me-its every Tiieslay vcoing.
Wimawhu. Encampu kkt No. 6.
' hIi a. th. Id and 4th Wetneslays in each month .
- Eouixn Lodoe, No. 15, A. O. U. W.
Meets at Masonic Hall the econd and fourth
Fidays in each month.
I. M. Sloan. M. W.
KrtPATRicK Post, No. 49, G. A. It.-Meets
. t Masonic Hall, the fint and third FrbUys of
ach month. By order, Commander.
Oaosa or Chose FatE!(ns.-Meet the
nt and third Saturday .veiling at Masouic
Hall. By order of J. M. Sloan, (;
Burn Lodos No. 3G7, I. O. G. T, Meets
v.ry Saturday night In O 1 1 Fellows' Mall.
, E. O. Potter, W, C. 'I'.
Ladin Star Band op Hops -Moeta at the
P. Church every Sun t y afternoon at 3:30.
fi. Houston. Supt: Mis Bertha Cook, Aa't
flupLl Cbas. Hill, Sec'y, Miss H ittie Smith,
Chaplain. Visitors raado welcome.
C. 11. COLLIER.
BILYEU U COLIIER.
Attorneys and Counssllors at Law,-
EUGKNR CITV, OREGON.
PaACriCE IN ALL THE COURTS OF
this State. Will xi special attention
to collections and probate uiatUrs. .
OrriCE-Over Hen Iric' & Eul.in's bank. -
CEO. B. D303,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Lciw.
-17-ILT. PRACTICE IX THE CDURTS
W of the Second Judicial District anil in
he Supreme Court of this State.
Special attention given to collections and
matters in probate
Geo. S. Washburne
JU3KN1S CUT, - - - OREGON
Odlce formerly occupied by Thoinp-wn &
GEO. M. MILLER,
aVttornaj ani Couas3ll3at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - OKEGON.
OFFICE-Two door, north of Post Office.
J. E. FENTOjS,
Special attention given t.i Raul Estats Prao'
ice and Abstracts of Title.'
Orrici Over Grange Store.
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and; Surgeon,
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Rsidenc on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
Dr. Wm Osborne,
Ofico AJjainins St- Charles Hotel,
OB AT THE
WDina'.SIOiE OP HATES irl LULKEY,
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,.
riAX BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or rs-
Videnoe when not professionally en-eii.
Otfic at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.'
llesidence oo Eii'hth street, opposit. Presby
' riaa Church.
JALTON & K9FFSi:iSER.
EUGENE CITY, ORECOH.
WILL rRAClICE IN ALL THE
Special attntin siven to P.eal EUte, Col
tVitinc; Prbat niaturs. . '
Cnllw-tin- all kin.I. of cUirot ajainst th.
Unitd Stat Government
OffiC in W'.b' brick rooms . nod I.
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
Good Dress Goods at 12o.
Rest Corset in town for 50c
An immense stoe'e of N ew
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine . Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
Liberal Discount for
I ATK0N1ZE THE MliN WHO UKU 1
t SCll 'OL ilObBKS, wlios. iiitervstt- ar
spend tUeir prolits at Uoiue. J uue nonce mat.
Will sell goods for CASH at greatly re luced prices, as low as nny ether CASH STORE. .
Best Prints lb and 13 yards SI 00
Best Brown and Bloached Muslins, 7, 8, i, aud
10 cU ,
Clarks an 1 Broohs spool cotton 7ft cts per Dot
I'la.u nd Milled Flrnuels, 23, 33: 43 ami 50
Water Proo , cents
Fino White Shirts, 73 cts and 31,
And all Other Cosds
Also the Celebrated
WHITE SEATING MACHINE I
None bettor for s'T3n,'th, sie, and durability), At (fi'eatly reduced rates.
HT To my ol I Custome-a, whi have ikm! by me so I mg, I will continue t- sell on same
tvms as herjtnforo on tini, hut if at any time they wish to make) CASH purchases, I will give
all im. as others, the full credit on my reduction A. V. PETERS
Goods sold as
in Oregon, for
Highest Price paid for all binds
of Country Prduce. Call and See
. S. IL Frien
HAVING OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP 0 8th STttE
west of Craiu Bros'., I am uow prepared to furnish everytbiux in that line at tb.
i Are employ!, and I will enJt jvor to
; ma with a call.
Trimming silk ani Sat
ins in all .shades.
Velvets in Colors.
Hie finest stock of French
ever brought to this place-
. 'BOOTS and SHOES
in all grades. ,
of all descrivtions.
BUILD YOUIl BRIDGES. KOiDS AND
your interests ! Are uerumnentW located an
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 53, 73 ots and SL
Sew Assortment DresS Goods (No Trash) 18;
20 and 23 cts. - .
Mens' Underwear. S'tirti an I Drawers, 50 ct
Mens' OvershirU. 75 cts. and $1. '
Meus' Overalls, 50, CO, 73 cts and $L
Kuibroideries and Edgins at Fabulous Low
at Proportionate Rates. .
low as any House
give aatisfacticm to h ma favcr
a. 8. entitle
bwlm II 5
FFICK SOUTH SIDE OF NINTH
Street, oiuit. the Star Bakery,
Call promi.tly atteniled to night or day.
Chmnio diseases a secinlty.
W. V. Henderson,
353 ES PJ Z? EST.
er"-r HASKKSUMED PRACTICE
fot': r '. with IKc in llnvs' brick.
Urj'rffl My openttions will b. Orit
class and rhares reasonable.
(.)'.d putrons as wel lis new ones are invitrd
Physician and Surgeon.
W7I1X ATTEND TO PROFESSIONAL
T mils dnv nr nielli.
OFFICE Up stidm in Hays' brick; or can
ho found at K U Lnckey A Cos dniR store.
Office hours: 9 to 12 ui, 1 to 4 p in. 0 to 8
P m. nnU'if
Dr. J. 0. Gray,
OFFICE OVER GRANGE STORE. AU
Ijumhinit ifiw administered for painless
traction of teeth.
"TUY. C SEKLBPiEDE7"
13 NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED
in Cottage Grove. He perforins all njiera
lions in mechanical ami mimical ilvntistry. All
work warrnuteil and .atUfac:tion miaranteL
Geo . W. Kinsey,
' JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Real estate lor sale Town lots and frrrna.
Collections promptly attended to.
RH)liKN( e, corner Eleventh and Hu;h Sta,
Eugene City, Oregon
ALL KINDS OF WORK DONE IN THE
le st of style at reasonable rules. Pants
from $7 "p
Shop ami residence on 01 i v. street between
Sixth and Seventh,
, Kotlier. I2zt end rhyticlans
IT 13 HOT r'ARCOTL'.
llio "World's ercat rain-nc-llcvliig
remedies. They lical,
tootho uud euro Burns.
Vv'ouiids, "Wealc Back und
HhcuinatLsm upon Jllan, and
Cpralns, Calls end Lameness
r.po:i Coasts. Cicap, quick
CPCHT.1 cf ilusVuz tenets.,
CaciHo. CracItUus IaUca la tli
Head, r.tid Lroath, EoaTrocs,
and any Catarrhal Com-IaL-it,
can to exterminated ty Wel To
lloyer'. Catarrh Cnre, a Const
tutlosal Antidote, ly Ab.orp
tioa . The most Imnovtant Ela .
covory since Vaoliiation.
Will keep on hand a xeneral assortment
Groceries,' Provisions, Cured Meats,
Tobacco, Cigars, Candies,
Candles, Koarw, Notions.
Green and Dried Fruits,
Wood and Willow War
Business will be conducted on a
Which mean, that
Low Prices are Established'
Coodi dtlirertd vitlionl har;e to Enyti
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE WANTED
-r whl.h w. will pay th. Linboft market
ftict, JA i. rv fa-
H H M
iilulit Mifh.ini i.
A roccut notioH of a inxclinnlo in
Mttfwcl)u.spti!i who in Rn expert in that
do pnrtnnt of natural hitory of whicli
the) liutti'rHy in ihn chief ri'prPHontalive
Hi'g"i'8t other and niinilivr instanoos.
It nmy he that the nxactness required
in mechanical work dovelops a tasto
for clo.s study, or it niay he that nat
ural history and pur aciitncfl Ih'co.iip.
pleasant toiU to thn monotony of mo-
chnniaxl work; hul it in the fuut that
nome practical, day-working mechanioa
Ktmd high in some Bciontiiiu speoinl
tie. ' v . '. . , '
Thrro ii a nm(-hinint -a lino tool
maker who is well known, and wide
ly known, an ai; amateur astronomer.
Ho Iiah conlrihuted importantly to thn
science; and is not nurpawed in nicely
an J prechwne.w in designing astronomi
Another w an expert atwl engraver
by choice and n. a paalime, and yet,
incrediMe m it may appear, lie is a
mil i t It or forger, handling steel and iron
in hars and ihe hf avy hammer of the
liliickHmith all day, nnd doing delicate
steel engiavings at nigh or on "off
hours." lie has nearly finished de
signing und engraving a series of plutes
representing the childish legend of the
' Denth of Cock ltoliin," tlie proofs of
which are really fine.
Ono loft thn machine shop three
years ago, and set up as an engraver on
jewelry, plate, and similar articles. lie
originates all his designs, and rarely
makes a second drawing. Ho is a
wonderful producer of elegant and leg-
ilile monograms. A set of six silver
buttons for a vest, all uniformed in
general design and no two aliko in
particular is very artistic, and yet
he designed and engraved the six
while the customer waited perhaps an
hour. These two Instances show that
the hentof the authors was naturally
artistic rather than mechanical.
, Ihere is a young man 30 years old,
who is hetter authority "on 'the flora
of N'.'W England than some of the au
thors of accepted text hooks. . The
fiehU, pastures, winkI and hy ways are
his haunts when he has an hour "in
the season." Ho is not surpassed as ft
herhulist, and is quoted as an authori
ty where he known.
A surgeon was spoiled wnen. another
man, a iiiachiuis', went into tin? shop.
lie acts at call in setting hones and.
reducing aprim. He ia so successful
that he is m the confidence of the pro
fessionals, who are not ashamed to
profit hy his suggestiona Sciontifi
Colonel llerimides Kodson, a promi
nent citizen of Arkausaw, is dissatisfied
with Cleveland's administration. "Let
me tell 'you," said he to a parly of
friends the other evening, "that follow
Cleveland is a fraud."
"A fraud, eli'somo one said in re
"Yes, sir a consummate fraud. I
called on the gentleman. He received
me very graciously. I rather liked his
a rt it . I .
appearance. A trine tiui, nui pieasant.
'Mr. Cleveland,' said I, 'suppose we
slip, out ai.d take something.' He
looked at me strangely, ' hut made no
reply. 'Mr. Cleveland,' I repeated,
'cupposr we dodge around and take a
snort.' Still he did not reply. That
ended it with me. A nun who can
act ho discourteously toward a guest is
nU worthy of a prominent position
There used to he an old gentleman
in one of the parishes of Louisiana who
was noted for his tremendous deport
ment and punctuality. Arriving in
New Orleans for the first time he ao
costed a young man aliout to n who
was standing on the oorner of Canal
street, "I wish, my young friend," said
he, taking out his watch, "to go to the
St. Charles Hotel." "Well," said the
gilded youth, "you may go, but don't
stay hut half an hour.
The Brotherhood of Locomotive En
gineers was organized in Marshall,
Mich., nearly twenty-four years ago.
It has now more than 16.000 inem
l.ers, and has laid out over $l,000,n00
in insurance Is-nefit, and given away
over $500,000 ti the neeJy, frequently
not n emWrs of the Order.
A t'oiillral fable.
There ii not in all Russia a news-
pap,,,. tjmt iir print th fact(l in re j
gard to the military situation. The
nearest approach to anything like a
critical view of it was published ' in
Prince Mestchenky's Citizen in the
form of a political fable entitled "The
Bear and (tin Whale." This represent
ed a hetr sitting hy the seashore ad
miring the view, Presently the whale
of all the oceans swam up and asked
him what he meant hy approaching so
near the whale's frontier. The bear
answered back defiantly, and both
engaged in a fierce war of epithets.
"Tlio whalo shook with anger and
roared, and the lear roared Wk again.
They made such a noise that all the
fishes pf the ocean and oil the leasts of
the forest trembled with fear. The
bear would liked to have skinned the
whale, hut hn feared the water, and the
whale was aware that he would be de
fenseless on shore." So after bellow
ing for half a day both dropped from
Why oho Drmtil Like I Mai
My thin boots wore out in tew
days. I forgot to hold up my dress
and covered my petticoats with mud.
My bonnets were spoiled one after
another by the rain. I generally re
turned from thn expeditions I took '
dirty, weary and cold, whereas my
young men acquaintances, some of
whom had been the companions of my :
childhood in Derri, had none of these :
inconveniences to submit to. I there- i
fore had a long gray cloth ooat mads
with trousers to match.' When this ;
custume was completed by a gray foil :
hat and a loose woolen cravat no one j
could have guessed that I was not a
young student in my first year. My ;
boots were my particular delight. 1
should like to have gone to bed with
them. On their little iron heels I
wnnderei. from one end of .Paris to the
other. No one took any notice of me
or suspected of my disguse. Georg.i
There is a thrivim commerce in the
township cf Freudenstadt, in Baden,
thn satisfactory condition of whicli
goes to show mat communism even
nay W productive of wealth. The
township contains 1420 inhabitants,
each of whom lias as much wood for
building purposes and firing as ho
wishes, while ho can send his cattle out
to pusture on the common land during
the Summer. Schools, churches, thor
oughfares and fountains are all main
tained by the commune and ev?ry year
considerable imgrovements ' are made.
$25,000 was spent in 1883, for in
stance, on establishing a new water
supply in ironSpipes, A hospital, too,
has been built and A pavilion in the
market place, where the original com
munal band plays on fete days. The
villagers have never paid a singhi far
thing in taxrs, but, on the contrary,
euch year a distribution of the surplus
revenue is made among them and each
family usually obtains from 112 to $15.
All this is done with about 5000 acres
of pine forest and meadow land belong
to the township.
The military discipline of Germany
is proverbial. About a year ago a
traveler tit Germany came icrpsa an
oflicer employed in superintending some
details of military railroad transport.
Ho had been a Captain during the
Franco German war and had allowed
his company to be surprised. After
Isiina imprisoned for eighteen ni"iiths
hn was placed in the military railroad
service and told that ho was never to
receive promotion. Being surprised by
an enemy is regarded as the one un
pardonable sin by the Germans.
"Won't you have another piece of
pie Mr. Featherlyf isked Bobby hos
pitably. His mother was entertaining
a few friend at dinn?r ami the dessert
was lieing discussed.
"Thanks, Bobby," Jealher!y replied,
laughingly; "since you are so polite
about it, I believe I will take a small
"All right," id Bobby, "Now, ma,
re.nemlier your promisp. You saiJ if
it was necessary to cut intj lh a-cond
pie 1 could have two pieces."