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TUIs Commodity U Produced An
I Inrxhaustlbl supply.
The price of commercial borax lias
flatly decreased during the past three
Jars. It can be bought now for half
at it coat in 1882. Then the market
e was eleven cents a pound, and at
tie present time it is five and a half
ients a pound. This falling off in
prices ha continued notwithstanding
the imposition of a tariff which virtually
prohibits tlio importation of borax and
borucio acid. It has lcen due, there
fore, to the consumption not keeping
f up with the supply. The production of
borax on the l'acitic coast, which is the
only part of this country where it is
found, lias been steadily very large.
Last year four thousand five hundred
tons were extracted by the various
niming companies in this Statu and
Nevada. Its use has Jiot grown more
limited, but it has not kept puce with
the production. It is employed in
welding, glazing, pottery and "cleans
ing. The iron trade consumes Hie
largest quantity of borax, and with the
increase of that industry the business
of borax-mining will be beneliled.
New uses are being found for this min
eral. At first it was thought lit onlv
for iron-workers and blacksmiths It
detersive qualities were revealed after
ward. The manufacture of glazed
iron and earthenware was begun
after other virtues were discovered in
borax, and now it is employed in
packing meats in Chicago. Notwith
standing the supply from Italy, large
quantities of borax are exported to En
rope from the Pacific coast. Last
week seven hundred and seventy-five
thousand pounds were shipped from
this port to Liverpool. Some of the
London illustrated papers contained
flaming advert sements, in true Afcr-1-!.
can style, lauding the virtues of sojj
made from California borax, Honu
soaps and borux in the shape it coi
from the mines are admirable clei
sers. A piece of borax dropped ill
water renders it pleasant to wasu
The supply on this coast is practical
inexhaustible, as when crude borax
removed from the fields where it
found a renewal of it ensues. So i
portant is this industry here that Sai
ville West, the Kiifflmli M nister,
cently made it the subject of a coniii
nication to hurl dranville. Most
the mineral deposits of this region c
ry borax in a crude form, and con
ouentlv tliere are many borates fr
which the pure borax is obtained. 'J
crude borax of this coast is of a hi
oualitv. The largest sunnlv con'
from Teel Marsh, in the Camlelaria t
trict, Nevada. This field has bt
worked the longest and has given i
greatest yield of any on the co;i
There is a bigmarsh, twelve miles loi
in San Bernardino and several
Mono, Lake and other count1?..
depression now existing in the boJ
trade will, it is thought, gradually
removed. San Francisco Chronicle',
MIDDLE AGE FEASTS.
A Time When Forks Were Unknown a
Everybody Vsed the Same Napkin. I
The more wo study the history ol I
middle ages, tho more we are stru
by the immense amount of eating th
indulged in; not artistic, epicure
eating either, but a brutal eonsumpti
of gross viands. One of the grands .
most famous banquets merit oned in
Ital an history was that given in the
l'ala.zo dell' Aren.a rit Milano, on the
loth of June, 1308, on the occasion of
the marriage of Lionel Planlagenet,
Duke of Ch'iarenza, and son of Edward
III. of England, to Violante Visconti,
daughter of Galeazzo II. and of Ulanche
of Savov. his wife.
The intervals between the courses,
which in this instance, were eighteen
in number, were very long, and each
interval was tilled up by amusements
of various kinds. Usually jesters and
buffoons were introduced, but at th's
grand wedding no vulgar fun whs ad
missible, and the old chronicle which
records the various courses adds that
each courso was followed by its ap
propriate diversion. Thus, after the
two stewed sows and two roast stur
geons, a procession of pages filed
through the banquet hall, leading
superb hunting dogs ornamented with
velvet collars, to which were attached
copper chains and silken lashes.
Spoons and forks were noticeable by
their absence, the jeweled fingers of
the guests shone with grease and were
scented with garlic as they plunged
their hands into the dishes, tore the
viands apart and tossed the fragments
which remained under the table. It
was not in vain that the sealchi, or
carvers, continually went about the
tables bearing bowls o? "odoriferous
ivnioN n mi hno-o nankins. the use
nf thp individual napkin, bv-tho-bve,
was then unknown, nor were people
in the least fastidious as to soiling their
hands. Monsignor Delia Casa, in ;iw
famous "Galatea," earnestly recom
mends the lords and ladias of his time
not to "grease their hands too much
hin pntino-." "To put the whole
hand in the dish is quite unnecessary,"
lio mills, naivelv.
On the other hand, the Reverend
San Pier Damiano inveighed against
the use of the fork, declaring it to be a
"d abolical piece of luxury;" and he
, severely censured the Dagaressa Teo
daro Selvo for extravagance and self-
indulgence, because, in order to avoid
soiling her fingers, she used a golden
fork. Harpers Bazar.
So Near and Yet so Far.
They slowly approached the house,
l, with a sad. dejected air, and she
w.th nrniid. scornful look upon her
fair young face that boded no good to
the wcdd.ng bells ana orange uowers.
"I ran not imagine, my dear," he said
mournfully, as" they gained the front
door, "what das come oer j"u
denlv. I should at least know my
iv.... T mnlc asked VOU if YOU
were romantic, when ." A startled
Innlf ram "tro1 th frirY face. 4lou
asked me what?" she demanded. 1
asked you if you were romantic,
" 'Vnrmva mi George." she ex
claimed with a convulsive sob, as she
threw her arms about his neck. i
thought you asked roe if I were rhen-
IN WINDSOR CASTLE.
Ofllclal Faroes Acted by tin yuren. Sup
ported by Her Minuter.
The Queen of Kngland's finest resi
dence is Windsor Castle. In fact, in
telligent Londoner often said to me
that lluckingliain I'alaco was a misera
ble old rat-trap, not tit for Victoria and
her family to live in, while thoy were
as ready to declare that Wiudsor Castle
was the finest royal palace in (ho world.
The Queen spends a large portion of
the year at Windsor, and there she
transacts a largo proportion of that
formal yet mainly rather amusing use
less court business, the details of which
are daily paraded in the the Court Jour
nal. Those matters are mostly quite
familiar to averago readers, yet ouo or
two curious illustrations of the point
in hand are too singular to bo om.tted.
Here, for ins'ance, is the Court Cir
cular for a day in early spring. In it
this item: -The Sheriff of Lancashire,
at a private audience which the Queen
gave tho Chancellor of the Duchy of
Lancaster, was pricked by the Queen.
Tho Sheriffs for England and Wales
were pricked by her Majesty at the
council on Thursday last, tho Ath hut.,
and not after it, as stated ia tho Court
Circular for that date.
Now what does all this mean? The
explanation is simply this: Every year
the Judges of Assizes make return to
the Queen of three persons for every
county in England, from which sho is
to select one to serve as Sheriff of each
When these names, written upon a
sheet of paper, are presented to the
Queen, sho takes in her fingers a pin
aud sticks it t'irougli 0110 of them, be
ing thus supposed to indicatoher choice
to make jut selection.
.Tl.o nli nhe-tsf "stick ,,.Wr -
nunur nt) tiai received.""
Tho forms gone through at the palace
when a address of the Queen is to be
presented to Parliament are peculiar.
The Ministry the Prime Minister pro
pares the speeoli, and then the Cabinet
liiaKos a stately ana most iormai jour
ney to Windsor for the purpose of read
ing tho document to her Majesty., After
it has been read in her presence it is
supposed to become her speech from
the throne. tsoston Commercial uune-
Mow the Creature IJullds IU Shell Some
In buildiug its shell the oyster starts
with tho hinge end, at tho spot known
to conchologists as the umbo. A small
plate or single scale now represents
each valve, and that is the first sea
son's growth. The next season a new
growth or plate shoots out from under
neath the first one. just as the shingles
do. The oystermen call these laps or
plates "shoots," and they claim that
the number of shoots indicate the years
of the oyster. They certainly do con
tain a record of the seasons. Hut there
is often great difficulty in differentiat
ing these shoots. I he record is often
obliterated ia places by tho growth of
the para-ites, which build their shells
or tubes upou tho oyster. I have
likened these shoots to shingles. Now,
at the gable of the house these shingles
may be seen edgewise. So on the ono
sido of an oyster shell is a series of
lines. This is the edgewise view of the
shoots or season growths. Another
factor is this purple spot, or scar, in the
interior of the shell It is the place of
attachment of the abductor muscle. Its
first place of attachment was close up
to the hinge. Had it staid there until
the shell lial become adult how diffi
cult would be the task of putting the
valves together, the leverage to be over
come would be so great; for he must
bear in mind the fact that at the hinge
end the valves are held by this black
ligament, which is la life elastic, swell
ing when the shell opens and being
compressed when the animal draws
the valves together. So with every
rear's growth or elongation of
the shell the mollusk moves the
place of attachment of the muscle
onward, that is an advance further
from the hinge. As it doss so
it covers up with white nacre all the
scars that are back of the one i:i actual
use as the point of the attachment of
the muscle, inis you can prove Dy
eating off with nitric acid this covering,
and thus exposing the whole iife series
of scars or attachments. Cleveland
For a scurrilous article against the
Hungarian Parliament, published in a
comic newspaper of Agram, Austria,
the Scourge, the editor, M. Zima, has
been sentenced to two years' imprison
ment, with two fasting days per
month. The publisher was sentenced
to ten months incarceration.
LATE NEWS SUMMARY.
I'arlnr Coant, F.aatrra and Foreign.
Switzerland has organized a society to
protect her Alpine plauls.
Two fast cruNera for the Itusslan navy
are building at Copenhagen.
A swarm of wasp stung a Mr. Thomp
son to death at Alleghany, Pa.
There is no perceptible abatement of the
ravages of smallpox at Moutreal.
The sloop yacht Puritan was sold at
auction In New York for fl3,fi0ii.
Abe Frank was shot and killed by a man
named Randall at Atlanta, liluho.
Watt. Walker, of Chester. Pa., broke hla
neck, and has entirely recovered from the
Gas was struck at a depth of seventy
feet on a farm three miles (rum Meudota,
A levy of all able-bodied men between
the agcaof Wand Wycars has been ordered
Troops will be retained at Hock Springs,
Wyo , until the discharged miners have
left the camp.
There are now over 1000 men tunneling
and excavating on the California and
The number of Poles expelled from
Pose i), Prussia, up to the present time W
estimated at 30,000.
The Princess of Wales has founded a
new English church at Copenhagen, dedi
cated to St. Albans.
White bears about the sizeof a shepherd
dog, and very ferocious, have been found
on Mount Shasta, Cut.
ChriHtooher Oopernian, a shoemaker at
St. Louis, stuck his head in a washtub
and drowned himself.
J. M. Hill of Chicago has sold to Frank
SItlitall of Philadelphia, for 853,(00, his
team Westmenl and Lorenen.
Sedgwick, the banner corn county of
Kansas, is expected to praluce U,tHK),0OO
bustieis ol that cereal this year.
The New York Democratic State Con
vention nominated ex- Lieutenaut-Govcr
nor David li. Hill for Governor.
The family of William Tallmedge, of
Des Monies, Iowa, have fallen heir to an
estate of $15,000,000 in England.
The Cleveland Kolling Mill Company
have restored prices in all departments,
and the strikers have returned to work.
The corn crop of Missouri will be some-
1 what below the average for the past live
years, which has been lot ,000,000 bushels,
. As a result of a auarrel in a Cincinnati
family, Frank Hcrte killed William Has
',rd, breaking his neck with a blow of his
A panic prevailed In itho London silver
, market recently,, and prices oroppua to
' tlie lowest point touched in the present
i Two men recentlv captured ten man-eat'
tng sharks in San Diego liny. There is no
record of a man-eater having before been
seen in that section.
While boring a well near Los Angeles,
Cal., a strong Hour of natural gas was
ntruck, and after going a little deeper tile
well began Mowing oil.
I The baby elephant which was injured
In the accident at St. Thomas, Canada, by
which Jumbo lost his life has been sent
to London for treatment.
Tho Now York Republican State Con.
'vention nominated IraDavuunort for Gov
Pernor; A. S Wood, Secretary of State, and
J. W. Wadsworth, Comptroller.
At Toronto, a bricklayer's wife, who was
addicted to drink, cut the throats of her
three little children and their recovery is
doubtful. The inhuman mother is in cus
' A female horse-thlei, giving the name of
Juarv L. Sheppard. aged fourteen years,
(of Webster City, Iowa, was captured at
podgeville, Wis., while attempting to sell
A man named Edward Jones, who re.
. eeiit'r arrived at San Francisco from ViC'
torla. li. v.. oied from an overdose oi
- . .... ,
opium, supposed to have been taken with
W. A. Dllks of Nelson Point, Plumas
county, Cal., c minuted suicide by Jump
lug into the crater or an extinct volcano.
which is so deep that his remains will
never be recovered.
Marsh Clements, living near Saguache,
Colorado, confesses that he murdered
his brother 1 nomas and his wile lor money
they possessed, and buried tho bodies on a
distant part or tneir rancn.
Commodore Le Due hailed a canal boat
nn the Kris Canal to atoD and tnve him a
litrht for his cigar, lie drove loo near the
edge, went into the' water with his horse
and ouggy and was arewnen.
A Nevada man who has a herd of Ango
ra coats running on the hills near Verdi,
says this year's crop of mohair, which he
sold to a plush factory at Seymour. Ct.,
brought from 60 to tw cents per pound, ag
gregating over $4,000.
Three cowboys met the Tacasa stage
near Dodge City, Kansas, and began tiring
at the passengers. Grant Wells, one of
the occupants of the stage, returned the
fire and instantly killed one or uie cew
boys. The two others rode away.
A passenger train on the Kentucky Cen
totd Itailroad plunged down a thirty-foot
embankment near Lexington, Ky., carry
ing with it the baggage and smoking cars
and kill ng Engineer frank waits and
Fireman 11. C. liurger. The injured num
At Stockholm, Sweeden, seventeen per
sons were crushed to death ana twenty'
nine seriously injured during a jam of
neoD le in trout of Mme. Nillson s hotel,
Mme. Nillson was so prostated by the
shoca, that she was obliged to postpone
A yacht carrying six young men, was
unset in the river near Aeenau. W is , and
Frank Kauchere and Charles Shlplow
were drowned. Five of the men, Includ
Incr Shlulow. cot ashore, but the latter,
seeing Kauchere helpless, swam back te
rescue mm, oecame exnaustea, and uotn
AtFerndale, near the British Columbia
line, two merchants W. S. Mayileid and
W. S. Mavfleld. Jr.. his son were cslled
from their store and shot. The father
was shot through the heart and instantly
killed. Young Maytield is still alive, but
his wound is fatal. The perpetrator of
the deed is unknown.
D. M. McCrlmmon. S. J. Woods and
Charles Dickson, all prominent residents
of Chicaco. were in a yacht whlcti can
Izerl. Thev succeeded in reaching and
clinging to the bottom of the beat, but
Dickson and Woods finally died from ex
posure, The boat drifted ashore and Mc-
Crimmon was rescued.
Some weeks age the Spanish steamer
Humacon went ashore near r.astport, me,
The owners sent a crew of twelve mea to
wreck her. A few days later a tug passed
the wreck and offered to take the men to
land, as a storm was threatening, but they
refused the offer. The following morning
the steamer had disappeared. She must
have sunk with all on board.
A Canadian whe had murdered his wife
confided his crime to his brother, who ad
vised him to kill himself. The two wen
to the wife's crave, thewidower dug him
self a grave alongside, and his brother
turned his back while he shot himself,
Death was not instantaneous, and the ac
coRtmodating brother cut the suicide i
throat, tumbled him Into the grave and
covered iiim up.
FLOCK Per bbl, standard brands,
I.; others. 2 xj(ia.Si5.
WUKAT-t'er cti. valley. I1.20a1.221:
Walla Walla, l.la;U5.
HAUL.E.X Whole, y cental, SI.I174:
ground, at ton, i4(a-iR.
OATS-Choie milling, 3oWc; choice
ItYK-l'er ct', l.NW'i.
liUCKWMHAT FLOLTt-Per ctl, 1.00.
COKN MKAL Per cti. !fiO...S.
CRACKED WHEAT Per ctl, 3.
HUM IN Y Per ctl, i 80.
OATMKAL Per ctl, 83.!.YS:i.50.
PKARL H A RLE Y Per ctl, yl.505.50.
SPLIT PKAS-Per tti, 6i.
SAGO-Per It., (Jc.
VERMICELLI Per It., No. 1, $1.15; No.
HRAN Per ton, tlWVL
SIIOKTS-Pertou, $lUr l4.
MIDDEIXliS-l'er ton, 18;W.
CHOP-Per ton, 10 ...
HAY-Pertou, baled, $7ftl).
CHOP Per ton, 10). -UOI'S-Per
th. Oregon, Bifillc: Wash.
HliANS-Perctl. pea. fl.WaVl" small
whiM!a,e.UO(a Ifti. bayos, 8;t.50w ;l.75; lima,
Ki.: pink. SJ.(R)li.i"i.
HUTTER-l-er lb, fancy roll, 25j; Inferior
grade, 12; pickled, loMLMc,
uucr-sc rer lu, oregc
, Oregon, lL'fel3o; Calf
FUGS 1'er doz, 25c
DRIED FRUITS-Per lb. apples, quar
ters, sacks aud boxes, iK'a'.Ui: do sliced, in
aacks and boxes, 4M"ii4; apricots, l.'tc;
blackberries, llloc; nectarines, 15e;
peaches, halves unpeeled. lUtullo pears,
quartered, 7j(tt0; pitted cherries, 20 25c;
pitted plums, laliiornia, waiuc: uo ur
egou, .mile; currants, tit n 1 4; dates, dm,
lor: llgs. .Smyrna, lttiatfl; I alitorula, uui;
prunes, Caliiorma,7J(!.10; French, 10,22(,
Turkish, tij(j:7; raisins, California Lon
don layers, t 'M.axrio v box: loose nam
catels, yl.Ot); Seedless, V lb, 8310c; Sul
RICE China, No. 1, (51; do No. 2, 5;
Sandwich Islands. .No, 1, f lt, die; Japan,
Vc f II.
V EG KT A B LES Beets, 81: cabbage. 1
(1.1.50: caulillower, V doz, 00ct fcl.HU;
squash, f Mx, $!.&; cucumbers, r llx,
joe; green com, fdoz, lUc; sweet potatoes,
P Hi, lit 2c; onions, new, ljc; turnips, t I1,
1c; tomatoes, box, uOc(fl,?l.ii,
1 U I ATOr.a 1 or, V Il. c.
POUl.rKV-Cliiekens. t dot. spring.
$1.75-2.75 old $2.7i3.50; ducks. $4.U0;
geese, bo. i..): turkeys. V Il. loxniic,
HA.Ms-l'er Ii, Lastern, lawiijc; ur-
econ. Una 10.
li.u. O.N - Per lb, Oregon shies, Die; do
LAUD- rorili.Oregon.83tB. hasteru, 8(9
nt IvLIiS-l'era gal keg. BI.10; Ubls, v
MJUAtuj-Cluote bhls: Cube. 01; dry
granulated, 0;, Hue crushed, UJc; go'dou
I'lOM-.Y-Extracted, 74c; comb, 14c.
COFFEE-Per lb. Guatemala, 12i: Costa
Rica, 12c; ON) Government Java, IHc; Rio,
mftMHc; iSulvado. 104c: Mocha, nmo
IhAs loiing Hyson, KKaiikic; Japan,
12(ta.55c: Oooiong. li.tloc; Gunpowder and
tX Kit-OalliornJa rennery is quoted
at a7Jc iu bbls, 0-4o in kegs and 1-gal.
CANN ED GOODS-Ssalmon. l ib tins. V
doz, 1.2o: oysters, 211. tins, t doz, 2.1
(('.'....; l ib tins, S1.2 iunl.73 Vdoz; lobsters,
1-lti tins, f doz, al.75; cUms, a lb tins, t
doz, $2 1 2.U5; mackerel, 5-Ib tins, V doz,
mtoM a 75: fruits, t doz tins, 82.20) 2.75;
Jains aud jellies, V doz, f 1.00; vegetables,
y doz, I(ffll.oU.
FRESM FRUIT-Apples, Oregon, new,
If box, 50c(a75: bananas, 0 bunch, $3 4:
cranberries. Western, S15.00(ftl0.li0 p bbl
grapes, t box, 75c(gi$l; Lemons, Sicily, t
box, $10.00; Limes, f 100, Ki.UU; pine
apples, p dot, kH- peaches, box. iac(a
fl; plums, f box, Mo.im; pears, V box,
40(a. ae ; watermelons, r doz, $1.50(a;2,
SEEDS Per lb. timothy, 60c; . red
olover, lJ(a)loo; orchard grass, 10c; rye
WOOI EosteTii Oregon
fcl5c l It.: fall ellD. lmli. Valley Or-
,, oji inn m
egon, spriug clip, !J(fll5c; lambs and fall,
SALT Carmen Island, it ton, 815(417;
Liverpool, y ton, 81()aJ0; 51b bags for
N UTS California almonds, V W0 lb sks,
lHic; Brazil, lac; chestnuts, 18(o:20c: cocoa'
nut, MRo H; luberu, 14c; hickory, 10c; pea'
nuts, vilzic; pecan, 14c; taillornla wai
lilDEtj-Dry, 1017e; salted, OfeUJ.
TALLOW Clear color aud hard, 4(8 1 U
f lb; prime, 4j;c.
FLOUR Extra. Sl.utXg4.75 V bbl; super
Que. e-i.fio ia.oo.
WIIKAT-No. 1 slilpplnr tl.Km-&
VCQ; o. 2, ?l.;i2ftl.b7; Alllling, $1.9
HAllLKY No, 1 feed, 81.321; brewing,
UATS-teed. il.logl.ZJ V cti; burprise
and choice million, tfl.2o&1.3o; lllkck
COKN Yellow. S1.22& If ctl; white,
KXK-ei.a0'il.3o V ctl.
1101'8-4M(7c v ib.
DAY Darley. HW V ton; alfalfa, 87
ll.50; wheal, Ui4.oU.
silt A W tweffto jo V oaie.
ONlONS-l'sr ctl, (JLK&70C.
POTATOEy-Iiarly roe. 30a40c; river
reda. 4lk-'a.4rx!: sweets. 8catl.
HEANS binal white. 1.4j(al.o v cti
pea. 81. 41: A 1.0.: pink. 1.25,il.30; red,$l.a5
bayos, tfl.50(o2.124; butter, il(1.2S; iimas,
si. rami. 75.
110NKY Comb. nI24 9 Hi lor best
(Trades: strained. 65e.
0. A C. R. E. TIMK TABLE.
Mnll Train forth, 11:41 A. in.
Mail train south, SUA v. M.
OFFICE HOUES, EUGENE CITY P08T0FFICE.
Oeneral Dellyery. fn.m 7 A. M. to 7 P. U.
Money Order, I rain 7 A. M. to & P. M.
itenlster, from 7 A. M. UiS p. M.
Mulls for north close at 9:IA A. M.
Mulls for south close at l:M F. M.
Malls for Kranklln close at 7 A. M. Monday
Mails for Mabel close at 7 A. m. Monday and
Mails for Cartwrlght close 7 A. M. Monday.
TM fiENE LOIHIB NO. II. A. K. AND A. M
Vj MoeU find and third Wednesday in each
l'KNCEK HL'TTK 1-OIHiK NO. , L O. O. V.
MeeUi every Tuesday evening
U1MAWIIAI.A EN'C A M I'M KN'T NO.
Meets on the second and fourth Wednes
days iu each month.
Il'fiKN'E LODOK NO. IS, A. O. V. W.
j Meets at Maaonic Hall the second and
fourth Fridays in ea:h month.
T M. OKARY POST NO. t (i. A. It. MEETS
t). at Maaonle Hall then ret and tninl ri
days of each month, llyorder. I ommandkh.
the first and third Haturday c
Maaonlo Hall, by order of
UTTE LODGE NO. XI. I. 0. 0. T.
every Saturday nlht in Odd
W. V. T
T EADINOHTAIUlANDOFIiOPE, MEETS
I J at theC. I. Cliun h every Hunday a
noon at 3:30. VUiLo made welcome.
Eugene City Business Directory.
HKTTM AN". O.
-Dry gnodt, eliillilng, grocorlen
and Keiieral intin'l.aiiilliiu, wiutliMunt corner
W illaniutte and biKlilli ttroela.
HOOIv STORE -One dimr south of tlie Amor
Hi. use. A full utock of aiMurteJ but pa porn,
plain and fancy.
PltAIV llltnst lWHlnr. In InKt-lrr. WKteliriL
cliK-k mut inUHieal tiiAt ritmrntu, lllainette
street, uulweun neveiitu and hltflilh.
lKlltltIS, II. F.-Ilenler In miuet ami tinware,
illmiietle itirut. between ricvenlli and
ItlKNIHX 9, H.-Dosirr in dry irond. cloth-
liiK and ireuural nuirehanillw, lUainette
otreet, btttwewn hiichth and Ninth.
0II.U J. r.-riijmloian anil surKeon. Wlllaill-
cite .erect, bet ecu neveiitu and kikiiwi.
110DKS. C Kccw on hand fine wined, liquors.
elirnra and a pool anil l.illiHrit tuiilt.. illaiu
etlemreet, between KikIiIIi anil Niiillt.
IIOItN'. (Ml AS. M.-(lun.mllh. rifles and shot-
kfuun, breeeli.and lnuile liiailem, for snlo. I
UepalriuK done In the neatf xt at) le and war
ranted. Miopou Minn alrect.
M'CKEV. J. S.-Vttlchmiiker and Jeweler,
kccMa tine atock of Rood In hla Hue, lllatu-
cite alreet. In r.llnwortlmlnnj more.
MeCI.AItKN', JAMKS-Oholeo wines, llittnr
andelKura, illauietleatroet, between hiKldh
I'ATTKltSOV, A. S.-A due stock of plain and
lancy visiting' cards.
1'ltKSTON', WM.-l)ealcry In saddler)', hnr-
neaa, earrlnKa trlniiiiinH. etc., lllauietto
trvet, butwtwn Sevenlli aud t.lghth.
1HST OKFICK-A now stock of standard
school books just received at the poat olllee.
ItKNfMlAW AHHAMS-Wlne. Honors and
rlKitrsof tho Im-hI nimlity kept constantly on
iiund, l lie Dual milium tamo in town.
ltHIXKIIAItT. J. n.-HotiH0, ln and carrlnite
milliter. ork minrantecd Hrst-ehiHa Stock
sold at lower raU than by anyone in Kuitone. I
DR A W PR ATHEH
KKIOK SOUTH SIDE NINTH STREET,
opposite tho nlr Hakcry.
('alia t.ronintlv attended
to night or day.
'hronie diseases a speclulty
W. V. HENDERSON,
HAS RESt'MEl) rUACTKF; WITH
1 1 olllee in Hays' brick.
My operations will bo flrst-elaat and clianrcs
Old natrons a well as now ones arc invited
DR. L. F. JONES,
Physician and Surgeon.
ILL ATTEND TO ritOKEHSlONAL
calls day or night.
Okkick-IJi) stairs In Hava' hrlek: or ran bo
found at K. It. Luekey & t'o'i drug slum. Olllee
Hours: V to u M., 1 to i r. M., u to e. m.
DR. J. C. GRAY,
riKFICK OVER ORANOK STORK.
laughing gas administered for painless ex
traction of Un til.
DR. W. C. SHELBREDE,
3 NOW l'KRMANENTLY LOCATKD IN
Cotlairc drove. He iwrforms all operations
In mechanical and urglcaldciitlatry. All worK
warranted aud satisfaction guaranteed.
GEO. W. KINSEY,
Justice of the Peace.
UKAL KSTATK FOR 8ALK-TOWN LOTS
and farms. . Collections proinntly at
RKHii.KNOR-Corner Kloronth and lih 8ta
Mige)ie tlly, Oregon.
St. Charles Hotel
i KL'OKNE CITY. OREGON.
W. H. W ATKINS, Proprietor.
w and Kxprrlratred Management.
1' barge a Modrrnto,
J. 1). MATUMJK.
T. CJ. Hoiuli-it ltH.
Having purcliusml the, store foruierly owned by
l . u. llenilrli'Ks, we lake pleasure in in
forming (lie puhlle that we will
keen a well selected stock of
Dry Coods, Boots, Shoes,
HATS, GROCERIES, NAILS,
In fact our stock will bo found lo be complete.
Dy honest and fair dealing we hope to be able
lo secure a uoerai snare ui uie
and examine our stock and prices before
We can always be found at the
OLD HENDRICKS CORNER,
Where we will take all kinds of Produce
in exchango for goods.
Feb. 29. 1881.
B00t and Sll06 Store.
A. HUNT, Proprietor.
Will himwrter keep euniplote (tock of
Ladies'. Misses' and Chiron's Sliocs! :
Slippers, White and Black, Sandals,
FINE KID 8H0E3,
MEN'S AND BOY'S
BOOTS AND SHOES!
And in fact everything In the Hoot and
Hhoa lino, to which 1 intend to devote
my especial atte.il ion.
MY COODS ARE FIRST-CLASS!
And aruaranteed as represented, and will
lie sold for tho lowest oricea that a uood
article can tie auoruud.
Is tlie Life of Trade!
Will do work clcapr than any other shop
Horses Shod for $2 Cash
With new material all around. Resetting
old shoes $1. All warranted U
Iflve satlaf action.
oa 9 Corner of 8th and Olive Sts
c. 3r. IIOIMV,
Flailing Tackles and Materials
Sewing Macliiiics and Needles of All Kinds for Sale
Repairing done In the neatest stylo and
Guns Loaned and Ammunition Furnished
Shop on Willamette St opposite Postoffice.
Book and stationery store
Foitofflo Building, Eugen City.
I have on hand and am constantly receiving
au assortment of the best
SCHOOL & MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
Hhink Iiooki, Portfolio, Card, Wallel$,
- A. S. PATTERSON.
D. T. PRITCHARD,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Repairing of Watches and Clocks
eiccutod with punctuality and at a
WlllaniHte Htrett. Kogrne City, Or.
B. F. D ORRIS,
Pumps. Pipes, Metals,
rri in wvit i :
Honso Farnishinji Goods Generally.
wells driven promptly,
And Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Eugene City, - - - - Oregon. ,
Will keep constantly on hand a full supply of
MUTTON. PORK AND VEAL,
Which they will sell at the lowest
A fair share of the public patronage solicited
TO THE FARMER!
We will pay the lilghcet market price for fat
cattle, hogs and sheep.
Shop, on 'Willamette Street,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
Meats delivered to any part of the city free
ot charge. junit
F. M. WILKINS.
i Practical Drngst I Ctemist
IlruMhra, I'alnts, dilata. Oils, Iradu,
' TOILET ARTICLES, Eto
I Physicians' Prescriptions Compounded.
niatic. ol. raw ucram.