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E1TABL1SIIED FOB THE DISSE3IISATI0S OF DEMRATIC PRINCIPLES. A.D TO EiM U OOXEST LlMC Bi THE SWEAT OF OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 21, 1885.
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Itu 5flw City Cttard.
I, L. CAMPBELL,
PablUlier nd Proprietor.
0?r"lO'4-'Jt t"i Kk'tside of Willaraett
fUrt between Seventh and Eighth Street.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
RA.TK3 OF ADVRKTI91NQ
. A. J Ai I n .ill nV. f
a .A l: - .. - ),.. inuwtfnn Sit!
Mb. aubwquent Insert .on $U Cash repaired iu
Tim lvertlsur will be charged at the fol-
On. mtiar. three months... 90 00
- " ilx month 00
- one yw "00
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Transient notice in iocm coiuinn, tv ran
B tor each insertion.
Advertising bill will be rendered quarterly.
All oh work mint be PAin rosoy nsi.lviRT.
U BILYKU. ,
c. u. collie a.
BILYEU & COLLIER.
-Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,-
KUGENE CITY", OREGON.
PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF
thi State. Will give special attention
to collection and probate matter.
Ornoi Over Henilrick 4 Eal;in' bank.
" CEO. B. D9RRIS,
Attorney and ounsellor-at-Law.
WILL PRACTICE IN THE C5URTS
of th .Second Judicial District Mid in
fa Supreme Court of tlii State.
Sptsial attention given lo collection and
matter In probate
; CeorS. Washburne,
Attornc)-at liv, .
;T OFFICII-At the Court House. jy8ra3
GEO. M. MILLER,
Attornay aai Ccunssllor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
."fcUGENB CITY, - OREGOX.
OH Ice formerly occupied by Thompson A
J. E. FENTON,
ISUGEXJJ CITY OREGON.
Speoial attention given to Real Estate Prao
ice and Abstract of Title.
Omc ')ver Grange Store.
'T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Evidence on Fifth itreet, where Dr Shelton
Dr. T. W. Shelton,
Physician and Surgeon.
HOOMS-Ai Mm JLB. Underwood. . K
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i vt Tin wrttrvn AT HTSniTICE or !
iW.no when Mt profeionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth itreet, opposite Preby
J. J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
1TTILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
W Tourtsof the State. n
Special attention given to real estate, col
tctinir, ami probate matters.
Collecting' all kin-Is of claims against the
United States Government
Office in Walton' brick-rom 7 ami 8.
Hew Barber Shop and
(One door North of Post Office. )
BATHS, 25 CENTS. EVERYTHING
fitted op in the best f order, bhavinjj
ud hair cutting done in the most approved
JERRY HORN. Proprietor.
...W. N. NOFFSINGER,
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
of th State. Negotiate loan. Col
lection promptly attend.! w.
UFE1CI Over Grange More.
PIPES & SKIPWORTH,
PROF. D. W. COOLIDCE,
(Foroserly f D MpIb,' !,
HAS LOCATED IN EUGENE tTY
for the porpnae of teaching MAS",
nd Hilor. All the Utt me'ho.1 em-,
ployed to derelop fln. Ucbnique. Room, for .
&. prewiit, cor. Scrtnth and hih U olO-tf
3T A GENERAL
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
12 1-2 cts.
Good Dress Goods at 12o
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
Lib eral Discount To r
a. v. peters; -
Will pay highest
Market Price for
Oats and Barley.
.Gash Or Credit
Goods sold as low as any House
in Oregon, for
CASH OR CREDIT,
Highest rice paid for all kinds
of Country Produce: Call and See
S. H. Friendly.
HAVING OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP 0 8th 8TB E '
west of Crain Bros'., I am now prepared to furnish everything in that line at th
. The iSst
Are employed, and I will enJe Vor to gifo atihfaction to til vh j nia , favor
me with call.
A. M.' CUKItIa
Trimming silk and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
The finest stockf Frencli
. KID SI10ES
ever brought to this place.
BOOTS and SHOES
in all grades.
of all descriptions." .
-TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
XI by virtue of a writ o( execution duly Issued
uutof the circuit court of the Stat nfOrrgon
for Laoe tiuuty, by the tlerk thoreol and
to m directed, on tv.it: November l.'lth,
IHSS, . upon a judgment and decree
of foreclotura rendered in aaid Court
November 2d, IS3A, in suit then and there
piffling wherein Wealey Shannon wa plain.
til, and Win K Simiiiniii and 'Ams'ia A
Simmon, hi wife, and C C Simin iu were
defendants, in favor of (aid ney Mian,
noa and againat laid dtfendsnt Win E Sun
mous for th luin of J'.'.HSS 90, with interest
thereon at the rata of 10 per cent per annum
from data of judgment, f.'OO 00 attorney
fuea, and for cost and disbursements of suit,
and decree for th forvclonura and lalo of
th mortgaged premise described a follow,
:t-wit: Ilia A KJol Seo 91, 1 10 n, k t
V','oouUiuing acres, iu Lant County,
Oregon. . '
Now, therfor0 by vlrtna of laid writ,
and loattisfv aaid iudiimeiit. attorney fee.
oostaand aouriuug w lists and expense of
tale, I will toll th above iloseriii4 real
proxirtv at publio auction, lor raniu hand,
at th Court Ilnuse diiur in Eugtn City,
Lan Couaty, Oregim, 'ca
Moudny, Decrmbrr Slat,
At th hour of 1 1'olock P M tC laid day.
r J. It. CAMPBELL,
Sheriff !ana County, Oregon.
Dated November i0, 1883.
NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN THAT
tj virtu of a writ of Execution duly
issued out of the Circuit Court M th State
of Oregon for thn County of Lane, by the
Clerk thereof and to in directed, on tit-wit:
November 13th, ISK.1, upon a judgment and
decree of foreclosure rendered in .iid Court
November I'Jth, 1S85, in favor of AUrtlia W
Cooper, executrix of the eitat of Geo M
Cooper, dvoewed, plaintiff, ami against Or
vill ureon and h J Green, his wifeAJ
Rurnesnn,' II U Humphrey, A J Johnson Mid
J II MoClung, partners under the linn name
of MoClung i Johnson, and Miry A lluruu
son, wife ot A J llurneson, defendant, for
th um of $004 00 U 8 gold coin, with in
terest thereon from date of judgment at th
rat of 10 per cent per annum, 173 00 at
torney fees, and for oust and disbursement
of laid suit, commanding me to sell all and
singular the mortgaged premises described
therein a follows, to-wit: Fractional lot Nn
3 iu See 33, T 17 S, It 3 W, containing 36 23
acres, more or leu, in Lan County. Oregon.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said Execu
tion, and to satisfy laid judgment, inUrest,
attorney fee, costj accruing cost anil ex
penses of sale, I will sell the abov described
real property at publio1 auction, for cash in
hand, at th Court House door in .Eugene
City, Lan County, Oregon, on
Monday, December 21t, 18H3,
At th hour ol 1 o'clock: P M of said day.
J II CAMPHKLL, ,
Sheriff Un Couuly, Oregon.
Dstpd Nov. 20, 1885.
NOTICE 13 HERE II Y GIVEN THAT
by virtu of a writ of Execution duly
issued out of the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for th County of Lane, by the
Clerk thereof and to in directed, on. to-wit;
November 13. 18S5, upon a judgment and
decree of forealosur rendered iu nid Court
November 12th, 1883, iu a suit then and
there pending, wherein Lizzie N Thompson
wa plaintiff, and Johu Reuuett and Mary A
BeuuetV. hi wife, and Charles Bcnmitt were
defendant, in favor of laid Lizzie N Thomp
son and againit laid defendant Charles Ben
nett for th ium ot ll'4'J 73 with interest
thereon from date of judgment at th rat
ot on per cent, per mouth, 50 attorney fee,
and ooU aud disbursement of action, and
a decree for th sal of th mortgaged prem
ise described as follows, to-wit Th N 1-2
of 8 Wiethe 8 WM of 8 W 14, and
lot No 3, mc 18, T 18 S, K 2 W eontaiuiug
152.08 acres iu Lau county, Oregou.
Now therefor by virtu of said writ, and
to satisfy laid judgment, cost, attorney fee
and accruing oust and expenses of sale, I
will sell th above described real property J
at Dublio auction to the highest bidder for
cash hi hand, at th Court Hous door iu
Kugen City, Lan county Oregon, on
Mouday, December Slat, lftJ3,
at th hour of 1 o'clock P M of mid diy.
J. it. CAMrUKLL,
Sheriff Lane cnuuty, Oregon.
Dated November 20, 1885.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
iiv virtue of a writ of execution duly
issued out' of th Circstit Court' of the btat
of Ort'ffon for the county of Lan by the
clerk toti f, and to ma it j r cted on to-Hit:
November 13, I85, up" a judgment and
decre tif foreclo-ui1 ret d red iu said court
November 7th, 1885, in a suit then and
there pending wherein O It Chrisman wa
plaiutiif, and Geo Millioan and Ad B Milli
can wer defeudanti, in favor of sid (J it
Chrisman plaiutiff aud agaiust said defend
ant (io Milliuin for th sum of 12,688' with
intereit thereon from date of judgment at
th rata of 10 per cent, per annum,' (250
attorney fee, and eoita of action, and a de
cree for th foreclosure ami sal. of
th mortgaged premise descrilied a follow
t-.-wit: The N 1-2 of th N W 14 and the
N 12 of th N K, 1 4 and th S K 1-4 of tin
N W I 4 of section 28; also the 8 1-2 of the
H E 1-4 of (ectioo 21 and tbe N K 1-4 of th
N K 1 4 of section 29, all in T 17 8. it 1
VV, conUioing 320 acre in Lan county,
Now therefore, by virtu of (aid writ and
to aatisfy laid judg ment, attorney fee, cost",
accruiiigcostaand expenses of safe I will sell
theabnv described mortgaged real property
at pbblio auction for cash in hand at th
Court Hons door in Kugen City, Lau
County, Oregon, on
Monday, Dkit.mbkr 2lt. 1885.
At th hour of on o'clock, P M of said day.
f - Sheriff Imih County, Oregon.
'DaUJ Nnvemlicr 20, 1885.
CEO. F. CRAW,
PCSTCFFICE CIGAR STORE,
EUGENE CITY,' OREGON.
In accordance with a citatom mtab
lishid y our forcfathord, an j in con
for.uity with thn proclamation of the
rresidnnt of the United Slated, I would
rocommend that Thursday, Novenitar
20, 1885, be oWrved as a day of
thanksgiving ond prayer, and that, up
on that day, all of the people of tho
State abstain from their usual avoca
tions, and, repairing to their resptylive
pUcesof worship, da give thank to tho
Supremo Kuler of the universe for the
leanings vouchsafed to Ms during tho
past year, and for the: promise of the
future, and I would u j m a suitable
manifestation of gratitu.lu to God, that,
with open hands and j genorous hearts,
you do upon that day devote, out of
yuur abundance, thai which will meet
the wants and carry comfort to tho
hearts of the needy and destitute who
are within the roiu-h of our charity.
Given under my hand and the great
seal of the State of Oregon., this the
13th day of November, A. D. 1885.
r- Z. F. Moody, Governor.
Attest R, P. Earuart,
btHirctary of State.
1 Sermon la lot Jury.
Not many months ago a jury in one
of the city oourts could not reach a
verdict and it was uecesxary for it to
be locked up from Friday to Mondty
morning. When Sunday came many
of the mombers wanted to go to church,
and they asked the colored bailiff who
had charge of them if they could have
the privilege. He was sorry that they
could not. J' But," said he, "gentle
men, if you want to hear a sermon, I'm
a local preacher, and I can preach you
one." Of course, they wanted it. A
pulpit was improvised in the room, and
the bailiff took a text and preached for
ovor an hour on Ingersoll and infideli
ty. " And it was a mighty good ser
mon, too," said one of the jurytcen.
- From one of our Puget Sound ex
changes we learn thn particulars of a
case that is likely to attract the atten
tion of the medical fraternity, Chas.
Cose, who was employed as stevedore
in loading a vessel at Tacoma, some
timo ago, retired one night at usual,
and awoke the next morning to find
that his eyesight had entirely departed
during the night. He felt no approach
ing symptoms of the terrible affliction,
that during a single night was to leave
him stone blind. His friends to6k him
to his home in Seattle, where experi
enced osculists were called in to treat
a case of which medical history furnish
es no parallel. At last accounts the
unfortunate man was no better, and it
is feared by friends tlutt his sight is for
ever lost. To one who feels the ap
proach of such a calamity, and thus
nerves himself for the inevitable, it is
bad enough, but to one who retires at
night in the full enjoyment of all his
faculties, only to wake in the morning
stone blind, it must be terrible,
Logan's book is in thn hands of the
publishers. He entitles it "Tbe great
conspiracy; its history and origin."
This does not allude, as might be sup
posed to the stealing of the Presidency
in 187 G. Perhaps Sherman will writ"
a history of that, as he was one of the
principal instigators and manipulators,
and is denouncing Southern election
The Supreme Court of Indiana has
decided that w hehj property has been
destroyed by fire from sparks negli
gently permitted to escape . from a lo
comotive, the owner may recover its
full valuo from the railway company,
notwithstanding the fact that the prop
rrty wis insured and tho insurance
company has paid the loss.
Bucklen's Arnica 8alve.
Hi let salve in the world for Cuts, lirnii
; Hores, L'lcrrs, Bait Minim. Fever Sore
't'rtter, Chaped Hand, Chilblain, Ural, and
all skin eruption', ami xiitivuy can pile,
or mi pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfuction, or money refunded. For
sal. by E it Lackey t Co.
Syrup of Figs,
Manufactured only by th California Fig Symp
Co.! S:in Francisco, CL, Is Nature' Own true
laxative. 'J his leaant liquid fiuit remedy
may be had of V 8 Lev, agent, function, or
F M Wilkin, agent. Luges City, at fifty
cer.ts rr one dnlUr p-r bottle. It i the iut
pleasant, prompt andffscti remedy known
to cleans, the system; to act on the Liver, Kid'
I "7!."'! I e?'ily th,""t',l! l"di -
i p-l ll-w Inches, Colds ami revm; icurLca-
J .ligation, Indigestion and kiaditd l. '
Ijpaciliif, la Jnpaa.
.'t sesaa (
The advantages of alphabetic writing
are nowhere more conspicuously shown -'
than in a Inrjje printing office. The
compositer stands within easy reach of
every character he may have need of,
and a boy ran leurn the position of each
in the case in a f-'w hours. It is quite
another matter when each word has a
distinct character, as in China and Ja
pan. A correspondent, describing thn
o!lke of a Japanese paper, says that a
full font of Japanese typn comprises
7,000 characters, of which 3,000 are in
constant use, and for 2,000 more there
are frequent calls. Tho type is dis
posed about the composing rooms on
racks, like those in a reading room, and
the compositor wanders up and down
the aisles, setting type and taking exer
ciso at once. With so many characters
it is no wonder that Japaneso proof
readers have to be men of intelligence
and high scholarship. The impossibili
ty of telegraphing single-character'
words has k.pt this great instrument of
civilization in foreign hands, and made,
it praticaly useless for the natives of
China and Japan. To these the tele-,
phone is an especial blessing, which
they are not slow to appreciata Print
ers' Circular. .',.,.
In a published lettei to Land Com
missioner Sparks, T. S. Lang, of The
Dalles, shews the amount of lurid. held
in this State by four corporations. The
Northern Pacific and the Willamette
Valley and Cascade Mountain road,
The Dalles Military road and the Ore-,
gon Military road. These companies
hold land as follows: First, the North
ern Pacific railroad holds in Oregon
279 townships;' second, the Willamette
Valley and Cascade Mountain wagon
road, 144 townships; third, Oregon
Military road, 143 townships; fourth,
the Dalles Military wagon road, 154
townships, aggregating 739 townships,
each containing: 23,000 acres, aggre
gating 17,000,000 acres.
Chinese pheasants, with all their
winsome ways and long tails, are said
to lo tho most destructive bird known
when it comes to making an attack on'.
a shock of wheat. Not satisfied with
getting enough to eat , they" overhaul
the whole shock, scratching the w heat
in every direction. ' When it comes to
fighting, a game cock is said io' stand
no chance with them. One good sized
Chinese pheasant will "clean out" a
whole barn yard of roosters. Albany
"Do you never get tirodl" asked a
visitor the other day of Firrt Assistant
Postmaster General Stevenson, whom
ho found in his Khirt sleeves, wiping
out his 200th offensive partisan for
the day. "The same question," replied
Mr Stevenson, "was asked of a Scotch
clergyman who used to preach three
hours at a time. With the clerynit n
I may say 'I do find it a wen bit tire
some, but eh! mon, you should see how
tired the other folks be!"
The conviction of two such men as
Fish and Ward can hardly fail to exer
cise a salutary effect on the cluss of
mon to which they belonged. From
the splendor of Fifth avenue existence
to tho bare cell arid coarse fare of the
felon the full is terrible; and the pros- .
pect of incurring such a fatu may well
deter many would-be imittors of the
"young Napoleon of finance" from "
treading in his footty'ps. N Y. Tel. .
"Is Washington's birthday observed jf
in iexsrkanai asked a iNuur
Yorker who was visiting San Antonio.
"Observed!" exclaimed the astonished
native, "why it's venerated. It takes,
four carloads of ber to fill the demand
on that sacred day.".
Thirty-five states and territories are
now represented by exhibits at New
Orleans, Nov. 20th. it is said that all
available spaco has been spot en for,
and that the exhibits from Europe and
elsewhere will be extensive.
The Republicans "'ill nU 44,000
fourth class Postmasters to the Demo-,
crats 7,000. Tl e' equilibrium is ttill
a good ways off.
Vanniliuiii, a white metal, discov.
",.d in 1H3), w worth ? 10,000 h
1 pound. It is used in news
, , . ,
' onlf for pper eights.