THE COURSE OF TRUE LOVE. The Old, Old Story Plalnlr end Brief Hetold. , Ilinti for the Family. A wife can generally bide any small ob ject from bor husband by putting it in his Bible. Wben twin babies are so very much alike that tbey cannot be readily distinguished apart, the difficulty cau be .overcome by slitting the ears of one with a pair of scis sors. Another plan is to tattoo a lizard in the forehead of one baby and an elephant in the forehead of the other, A husband, In sewing a button on his trousers, will ftud that a small tack ham mer and a pair of tweezers, worked in scien tific co-operation with his teeth, will serve as a practical substitute for -an ordinary thimble. A good way to nme a new baby is to write a great many names on slips of paper, bake them up in bat and tae the top paper. If the name thus obtained doesn't suit, kexsp sbakinj the bat till you got a suitable one on top. If the baby is a boy, let the wifa manage thi hat; but if it is a girl let the husband manag it. This pre caution should be taken to prevent "stuff ing" the bat or any unfair manipulation of tae returns. The best way to prevent the cuildren from playing with the cat is to swap the cat off for a goat. When a lady goes fUhlng, she should al ways fish without bait on hsr book. This will keep her from getting frightened and screaming whenever she pulli out a fish. A Lucky Invalid. a Texas Sifting. The Few York doctors charge a great ' deal more than do the Texas doctors. CoL Suropter Mcbrlde Bumpter, of Austin, who was quite ill during nis recent visa to New York, is our authority for the aster- tiotL Be was in bed three or four days at hit hotel and wben the bill was presented he took a piece of paper and a pencil and fig ured out now mucn more ne naa to pay in New York than be would have had to pay in Texas for the same amount jot indispo sition. Having got through his calcula tion, be folded his bands resignedly aua said: "I am lucky in being sick here in New York instead of being; laid up in iexas." Ah!" said the doctor. "Yes." responded Bumpter, "for all this money I'll have to pay you, Td have had to fee sick in Texas lor more inaniwonionws." V Wben the Days Grow Short. IP K Miinklttrlck.1 It will soon be too cold to play tennis. So the net will be taken from the court, and the balls asad to put in the toes and nf atvkinira durinz the darninir nro- cess. The rubber-soled shoes will be used surreptitiously by the servant wben hanging up clothes, and the racket will be encircled h. delicate cardinal fillet, and bung up the wall of the library, like an "Alcaic lute." It is elsa too cold for swimming; but the boys swim, jurt the same. When a boy wants to swim, he cares nothing for the temperature; all be wants is water. About the only time he doesn't take kindly to water is when be has to carry it in a pail lor noma ooniuuipuuu. The Value of aa Oath. 'Albany Express. 1 Judge (todaraey witness) Do you know be nature oi an oatm TCI.-... finht Jud?e Do you understand what yon ars to swear to I Witneai Yes, sab. I'm to swar to tell Judge And what will happen if you do not tell it! Witness I 'specta our side '11 win de case, sab, What Pottage Stamp ' Oat of Place Means. Milwaukee Sentinel One of these 'language of flowers" and 4 'language of handkerchief ' sort of ninnies asks us what it means wben a postage limn m nut on some other oart of the letter than the rizbt-band nnoef corner. It means that the stamp clerk who is delayed in his work by it would like to kick the per' too who does it all over the distributing COUNTRY. Mu.ne of the lllmrultle Atlentlln in. loiistructlun or a Lawn. This is tlio time of year when tho mm y th country meditate upon hit lawi'. If ho be a surburban resltiunl of Ion? standing and experience ho ii in a tranquil mood. Hit lawn Hour Ltlmiuluxuriuncc of grass without merc tririwu d splay of tawdry tlower ol the JMd. Life-giving fertilizers liavt ecric'-utd the turf in the late autumn or early spring, and given a deeper tone toll tint Tho heavy roller has been trundled up and down and left the lawns as level as a dancing floor. The graval paths have been reduced to curw of beauty and tho borders pointml and tr.tuiiicd with painstaking care. Obtrusive weeds havo beeu cut out with timely vigilance and the hoi loin tilled out with verdure. The lawn cuttor has been rattling uneeasingly over tho sward, keeping the grass closely shaved and thickening it until it U now like a line-woven velvet carpet. beautiful to the eve aud without a II aw or patch in Its toxttire. Tall trees have skirted the lawn and shielded it from too tierce sunlight, prolonging the in fluence of morning dews and making the ground soft and spring. The iuau w.th the country feels that the lines havo fallen unto him in pleasant plaoes. A grateful stretch of green checkered with sutil ght and shade from over hang ug foliage refreshes his ces when be re. urns from tho city in theevon.ng. II is Sundays are davs of re-t, attuned to what Mr. WhUtlcr would term a symphony in green. Lingering on h a piaz.a uut 1 the trees lose their out lines in the fadug summer twilight and tho lin-di of uigiit settles down, ho wonders how the c ty mau manages to exist without a country of his own. lint laudscapo gardening has its am ateurs as well as its seasoned veterans. If the mau With a country be a new comer on land long neglected, he spends a sad summer wonderin": what the harvest will be. In the rawness of Ins inexperience ho has fancied that a lawn may bo produced as easily asa pia..a floor can ba painted or a cellar wall whitewashed. In the beginning he resolved to bo thorough and to fol low scrupulously the reunion and treatment prescribed by competent nu thorit.es in lamlscapo-gardcn ng. lie had his giound plowed, harrowed, spaded, raked, levelled and rolled, lie had clay and loam underlaid and over'ad. He scattered Cen tral l'ark gras-seed by the bushel. He turfed tho borders of paths and all out-of-the-way comers close to the house. He em ployed three or four men for a month in tho early spring at a reckless rate of exnense. lie kent the seed-seller's c rcular headed "How to get a lawn in two months constantly under his eyes and never swerved a hair's breadth from the directions. As soon as the tinv blades began to appear he set both roller and cutter in operation. He was unremitting in his exertions to make tne erass crow. Hut the grass has re sisted all importunities. If it has come up in patches, here a little and there a little less, it has speedily shriveled un der the glare of the sun or been choked out bv the encroachments of the rank est and thrift est of weeds. Luxuriance of vegetation he has had from the out set, but no C entral Park grass. Water ing has only served to st mulate the tierce energies of wild grass, damlcl ons and the commonest and ugliest ol w side weeds. The man with - a co intr-. ris ng early and peep ng out of his bed room window to see it haply the grass has come up during the n ght, is hor- r tied to descry through the white mist black masses of varegated ranknes that have sprung up like Jonah's eourd. Advice the man with the new coun try receives in large measure, the greater part of it retroactive. Fall olowinsr and harrowing, unlimited fertilizers in early spring, and a sprink ling of oats in the original seeding are now out of the question. He is told to sow white clover, which will grow ranidlv and k 11 out the weeds, and he does so: but the white clover fails to annear after three weeks patient vigil and the vieorous weeds proliting by constant cuttms are constantly thick' en ng out ansJcover ng the ground with a coarso ana landed matting. ayn' pathetic neighbors advise him not to mind the weeds, but to keep the lawn cutter in motion, since in the long run thev can not stand frequent cutting, while the grass thrives under it. But the trouble is that the weeds do not mind it either; and there is neither grass nor clover, onlv the bare ground, to comnete with them. Thoughtful observers explain the failure of the lawn by the absence of great shade trees, the young grass b -ing withered before it has t me to get root, nut siiaue can not oe extempor ized. 15 g trees can not be erected at a moment's notice, and a lavish use of canvas covering and tent poles would be painfully suggestive of a country circus. No; the mnu with the new es tate feels that it is a hopeless matter, lie has indeed carpeted his lawn at greater expense than the) new carpets and curtains wh'ch his wife was anx ious to have him ly, but it is a toru ind patched rag carpet unsizhtl to the eye. He is doomed to desultory reeding and melancholy retloetions. (lis meat is tears. He mournfully con fesses that all flesh is grass and human hopes as the flowers of the field. -V. Y. Tribune. 'I was gwine np-town in aBleeker street kvahde odder day, when I see a ladv drop a tive-dollah bill in do box. She looked at me an' says: M stah, what'll I do? I put a hve-dollah bill in dat box.' 1 savs: "Speak to the drivah an' he'll fix it,' So she goes to de drivah. and she says: 'Drivah. I've put a five-dollah bill in de box. -What shall 1 do?' " Interlocutor "Well, s r. what did the driver ?av?" "Oh. he was all right. He tole her to wait tint 1 he got to de stabln and he'd give h-r du horse," buffalo Commercial Adver tiser. Of all the Lompoc tr be of Indians, of whom tiftv years ago thre wer some four thousand in fanta Barbara t'ountv. Cal forn a. there is but one survivor, aud he if old and feeble ex sting upon charity in the c ty of ..ta Barbara Chicago Tim-t. THE MAN WITH A LATE NEWS SUMMARY. Parine Coaat, P.aatrrn and foreign. The public debt of France is 14.000,- 000,000. Public debt decrease for October, 113,500,000. It cost $2,000 to tan and stuff Jumbo's hide. In France last year there were 75,- 754 illegitimate births. A Tcnnesseo man wears a beard six feet nine inches long. A newspaper in New Mexico is called the Mother-Maw, Dr. J. II. Nonamuker and wife sui cided at Sulida, Colorado. Secretary Whitney has accepted the steamer Dolphin for tho Government. Enoch Doyle was drowned in the Natchess river near North Yakima., W. T. Cyrus Yandus, of St Paul, Minn., fatally shot himself at his father's grave. Stalks of corn twenty feet in length arc attracting mucn attention at Tolono, 111. Tho jail nt Utica, N. Y took, fire and two prisoners confined therein lost their lives. Six persona wero killed and fifteen injured during a political row at litis taniento, Texas. A Washington City bank messenger lost or was robbed of a pocket-book con taining 120,000. At tho funeral of Gen. Geo. McClel- lan, Gens. Hancock and Joe Johnson were among the pull-bearers. Jim Keene has had to pay $3,500 and costs for damages to a little girl in an elevator in his tenement house. Another accident occurred nt the New York aqueduct, by which four workmen were crushed, two fatally. A company formed for the purpose. of manufacturing fire-proof lnmbcr has ' been incorporated at Springfield, 111. Three hundred cigar makers from Germany recently arrived at Montreal, Canada, and all found employment. E. A. Haskett, enroute from Sitka, Alaska, to Iowa, fell from a train near ' Needles, Cal.. and was instantly killed. A boy aged 13, a eon of Joseph Smith, living near Bedford, l'a., was killed and almost devoured by a pan ther. At Graham, Texas, a sixteen-year-old boy who had started out to imitate Jesse James, was sentenced to ten years in prison. Edward McCarthy, Peter IMooney and Stephen Brennock were suffoca ted by sewer gas at the town of Lake, a Chicago suburb. It is reported that the fishing schooner Daisy Sproker, of New Lon don, Ct., has been wrecked, together with her crew of eight men. Tho Artie whalers Ohio, Josephine and Abram Barker have arrived at San Franciso with 1,900 barrels of oil and 18,000 pounds of whalebone. Notices were recently posted in Uma tilla county, Oregon, ordering seven obnoxious citizens to leave the county within twenty-fur hours. They left. At Buffalo, N. Y Charles Herman, a butcher, cut his wife's throat. He slept beside the dead body several nights before his crime was discovered. The National Women's Christian Temperance Union has concluded its convention at Philadelphia and ad journed to meet next year at Minne apolis. The Pope is negotiating with the Chinese Government with a view of inducing the. latter to allow the Vat ican sole authority over Roman Cath olics in China. ' A collision occurred on the East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Rail way, near Taledga, Ala. Thirteen cars were wrecked and four men were badly injured, one dying soon after the accident. Near Wasco, Nebraska, a man named Brandt became enraged at a boy and shoved him head first into the cylin der of a threshing machine. The boy was instantly killed. A cattle insuranee company has been organized. at Chicago. It insures against all losses from railroad acci dents, from being trampled to death and from other causes. , At East Saginaw, Mich., a portion of the Genesee-avenue bridge gave way and precipitated sixty peoplo into the river. Two bodies have been recovered and twelve persoas are missing. Near Detroit, the boiler of the tug Frank Moffat exploded, killing John Ward, Wm. Miller, Jas. Wyhe and Walter Fisher, and injuring Capt. Thos. Currey and several others. Mrs. Catherine Trump is under ar rest at Allentown, l'a., for opening let ters addresed to other parties. She ad mits her guilt, but alleges that she did not know it was a criminal offense. A young man named J. Burns, em ployed by R. G. Dun & Co., of Chicago, insulted two ladies in the employ of the same firm, for which he was dis charged. In revenge he fatally shot the ladies. At Buena Vista, Oregon, a fourteen year-old son of Col. Steward and a boy named Rothell were out at the side of the Baptist church, while services were eoine on. and in fooling with an old pistol it was accidentally discharged, shooting young Steward in the temple, It'n ." I W," says the despondent dyspeptic. But it Is ot use. xoursuner ings can be relieved; thousands hive bees cured, and so can you. Broken down, rfenDondinir victims of dvspeDsia and ner vous debility will And in Simmons Liver Regulator a specific which reaches the source of the trouble snd effects an abso lute and permanent cure. It regulates the liver. disDels despondency and re stares health. PRODUCE MARKET. Portland. FLOUR-Per bbl. standard brands. 91.25: others. '2.xa.3.25. WHEAT 1'eT ctl. valley, 81.27igi.30; Walla Walla. 1.17iUl). HAKLGY-Whole, f ceutal, 1.17J; grouud, 1 ton, $U(i2h. OATS-Choite milling, 35c; choice feed, HtaUc. RYE-l'erct', Jl.BftM. BUCKWHEAT FLOUU-Per ctl, tl.OO. CORN M K A L Per ctl. t!.7V 3. CRACK KL) WIIKAT-Per ctl. 3. HOMIXY-Per ctl, 4.5U. OATMEAL Per ctl, 3.iV3.50. PEARL, HARLEY Per ctl, f3.lXXp.00; SPLIT PEAS-Per tb, Sc. TAPIOCA-PerlMlc SAGO-IVr It", be. VERMICELLI Per lb, Xo. 1, $1.15; No. 2. fl. BRAN Per ton, $14. SHORTS-Per ton. lo MIDULIXGS-Per Un, i022. CHOP-Per ton, 1UUU. HAY Per ton. baled, 78. OIL CAKE MEAL-Perton. $32.50. UOPS-Per tb, Oregon, 0"c; Wash. Ter., 6 7. BUTTER Per Manev roll,271c; Inferior grade, li: pickled, l.VezOc. CHEESE Per tb, Oregon, , 12gl3c; Call. forma, las lac. EUUS Per doz, 30c. DRIED FRUITS-Per ft, apples, quar ters, sacks and boxfa, !; do sliced, in sacks and box, 4t(a5i; aprlcow.J 15c blackberries, 14 j 15c; nectarines, 15c; peaches, halve un peeled, U(.IOjc: pears, quartered, 7JW.U; pitied cherries, 20 jl25o; pitted plums, Caiilornla, tculoe: de Or eifon. Ti n 3c: currants. tlj(H74; dates, Wii loc; flu, Smyrna, liHaai; California, 07; prune, California, ttfa-x; trciicn, iiK; Turkish, tij(i7i; rainias, California Lon don laven. ts2.oi) iiH.26 box: looe Mus catels. 81.00: ScdUs, V ft. l-'c; Sul tana. Il.l'. RICE China, No. 1, $5J; do No. 2, $5J; Sandwich islands. No. 1, ft, 0c; Japan, Ojo 9 ft. BEANS Per ctl, pea, $2.08(5 $2.50; small whiten, fcUKkk 2.50: bayos, $J.IKK! 2.o0; lima, $3.25; pink, $2.00. VEGETABLES Beets. 81: cabhaee, $1 (31.50; caulitlower, V doit, UOc(ft$1.00; miuash, V box, $l.2o; encumbers, V box, 75c; urecucuru.t doi, 12Jc; sweet potatoes, If ft, lc; ouioiiH, new, lie; turnips, ft, le; tomatoes, box, l.otKu.1.. POTATOES Per. sack 25i30c POULTRY Chickens. do, sprlun. $l.7fk 2.75; old $2.753.50; dueka, $l.tw; rnvat). &U7.50: turkeVH. l tb. UKalk, HAMS Per lb, Eastern, 13((J 14&c; Or eirnn. l'Jr. BACON-Pur lb, Oregon sides, 9c; do shoulders. 7s. LARD-Perlb, Oret?on,g; Eastern, 8i lot. .i -lufaaj. PICKLES-Per 5 gal kep, $1.10; buis, p SUGARS Quote bbls: Cube, ti: dry granulated, "J ;; Hue crushed, Wjc; K"'deu U, nc. riOXEY-Kxtracted. Oc: comb, CO ft KK-i'er tb, Guatemala, CoHta Rica. l&i:Old ctovwnment Java, iho; Hio, U'ift,13c; Salvado, luje; Mocha, 224(u,2o; Kona, 18c. TEAS-oubs; Hyson, 2i05c; Japan 12Qe.55c; Ooolonx, lilloc; Gunpowder am Imiwrial. U.'adoc. SVKUP-C'lifornla rcllnery Is quoted at 37c in bbls, 5i'io in kegs and l-gal. tin. (1l CANNED GOODS-Salmon, 1-th Una, V don, $1.25; oysters, 2 R tlnrf. f dot, il ) (a.2.15; l ib Um Sl.aXail.W $ioz lobsters, 1-lb Uhs, (C doz, tjl.7S; clams, Ji-tb tins, r doz, f2s2.t!6; mackerel, 51b tins, V doz, Sd.25a75; fruits, t doz tins, 2.si0'j 2.76; Jams and jellies, f doz, fl.N; vegeUeles, If doz, ,l(s.i.60. FRESH FRUIT-Apples, Oregon, new, f hnx. MIcaTfi: bananas. 10 bunch. C3ia4: crauberries, Western, U.OO(0l2.UO bbl: Krapes, t box,91l.0;Xeraona, Sicily, f box, 77.5tl; Limes, If 100, 83.00; pine apples, Iff dot, $8.00; pears, t box, 4U (1C. SEEDS Per lb, timothy, 6Jc; red clover, lldfloc; orchard grass, luc; rye grans, 14IAc. WOOL-EaMtern Ort'iton, spring clip, 12 mbelf lb; (all clip, lo&izt. valley ur egon, spring clip, U10c; lambs' ana (all, I2(ai 14c. SALT-Carmeu Island, If ton, J15gl7; Liverpool, f ton, lftg20; 6 K bags (or tiiblc 4i(fl(3c NUTS-Californla almonds, 10 100 lb sks, 18ie; Ilrazil, lie; chestnuts, 18(a 20c: cocoa nuts, VbXail; Ulberts, 14c; hickory, 10c; pea nuts, l itliijc; pecan, 14c; California wal nuts, 11c, UIDES-Dry, 10317c; salUd, 6(&1. TALLOW Clear color and hard, 44J tb; prime, 4Jc. Mast Fraaelsee. FLOUR Extra, 1.505.00 If bbl; super fine, i7563.50. WHEAT No. 1 shlpplnr. 9 22.214.171.1241 ctl; rNo. 2,11.401.42,; Milling, 1.5Uft 1.62. ' ' BARLEY-NO. 1 feed, $1.40; brewing, fl.45)1.60. OATS -Milling and Surprise. 81.30(21 1.40 0 ell; Feed, No. 1, ll.22i(1.2o; No. 2, 91.151.171. CORN Yellow, 91.22J if ctl; white, ftl.lSfe 1.171. KI lv fl Iij(Oii..w r cu. HOI'S-7(g'10cf tb. HAY Barlev. tlOfflll.EO If. ton; alfalfa, tD.mll.50; wheat, I lie 10. T ....... . ,n ... , , - e- ... I I. BIKAW "Csioo f uaie, ONIONS-Psr cU, HODOc POTATOES Early rose, 2545c; river reds, aocftauc; sweets, 4uc(gou. nRANS Small white. 1 1.00(5. 1.80 V ctl: pea, 91.70$ l.tKJ; pink. 91.35(inl.4fi; red,81.50; bayos, l.uo(l.w; cuiisr, aiigii.oo; uiuas, 8.00(3,2.25. HONEY Comb, 67212 Js if lb for best grades; strained. 6(h,5c. CHKKSK taitrornia. oaiuc w m. 0. ft C. . S. TIME TABLE. Mail Train "orth, 9:11 A. M, MaU train south, 104 P. u. OFFICE HOURS, ZUGENZ CUT P08T0FFICE. General Delivery, from 7 A. M. to 7 P. t. Money Order, f rem 7 A. u. to i r. H, Iteiflster, from 7 A. M. to 4 P. M. Mails for north close at I:15 A. M. M.il. f.ir aiuilh close t ltUP. U. Mails for Franklin close at 7 A. M. Monday and Thursday. Mails for lialicl close at 7 a. M. Mosday and Thursday. Mails for CartwriKht close 7 A. M. Moaday, SOCIETIES. -r-M-nvw. IjOIMIK NO. 11. A. F. AND A. M l'j MeuU first and tlilrd Wednesdays in each mouth. f PENCEn BUTTE LODGE NO. 9. I. O. O. F. O MeeU every Tuesday erenlnif. it-tMiu'illI.A :"f A M PM ENT NO. 8. ji rets on t lie second and fo urth Wednes days in each monUi. niT.rvil inrxiK vo. 1.1, A. o. u. w Vj Meets at Masonic Hall the second snd fourth ridays Ini cb mouth. M. W. T M. GEARY POHT NO. 40. 0. A. It MEETS tit at Jlasonlc llall menrsv anu un n days of each month. Uy order. Commahukk, rxnm-nnirrilOHKN FltlENOS. MEETS ) the first and third Saturday evenintfi i at Masonic Ha 1L Bj order of i. UTTE LOIKJE NO. JB7.1. 0. 0. T. MEETS IS everv Haturdar nlKht In CKld ( Fellows' HalL W. C. T, T EADIS'O STAH BAND OK HOPE. I j at thet". P. Church every liani noon at 3 JO. Visitors made welcome. Eugene City Business Directory. I1ETTMAN. Q.-Drr kowIs, clothing Krocrrlrs and Krneral mervlmmliae, soiitliwual corniT. Willamette aud Kighlli streets HOOK 8T01lK-One door south of the Astor House. A full stock of assorted box paours, piun aim inucy. CP.AIV IlltOA-Dcttlers In Jewelry, watches, ciocKsami musical limtruiiirntit, lllumette street, betweou Seventh and Eiiftitli, DOItnia, H. r.-IlraVr In stoves and tinware, u iiiamctte street, between tiuveiilh and KiKtitli. FRIEN'nLY. 8. H. -Healer in dry iroodn. cloth- in and venural liierchunillne. Willamette street, between Eighth and Ninth, QII.L, J. P. Physician and suweon, Willam ette street, ueiweeu Sevenlh and KiKlilh. HODESt, C Keeps on hand fine wines, liquors. eiKnra una a pool anil uiiiiam iniiio, Willam ette street, between Klulilh ami Ninth. HOKX. CHAS. M.-Ounml(h. rifles and shot- funs, breech aud muulo loaders, for sole. teiNtlrliitf done In the neatest style and war ranted, shop on Ninth street. Ll'CKEY. J. 8.-'atohmaker and jeweler. kceptanne stork of kimhIs In his line, Willam ette street, in Ellsworth's drug store. MoOLAKKX, JAMES-Cholce wines. Honors andciKars, lllaiuettestruet, between KiKhth and Ninth. PATTKIisOX. A. 8. -A fine stock of plain and fancy vliitliiK cards. PHESTOX. WM.-Oealcry in saddlery, har ness, carriage trlininliiKS. etc., Willamette street, between Seventh and Klg-hth, POST OmCH -A new stock of standard school books just received at tho post olllce. KEXSHAW k AllUAMS-Wlnes. liquors and citniraor mo ik-hi quality Kept constantly on hand. The best billiard table in town. ItlllN KIlAltT. J. n.-llouse. slim and carriage piiiuter. w ork irunrantecd nrsl-class Stock sold at lower rales lliau by auyone in KtiKcne. DR. A. W. FEATHER. OFFICE SOUTH PinK XIXTIt STIIEET, opposite the Star llukery. Culls promptly attended to night or day. Chronic diseases a spcciulty, W. V. HENDERSON, TTA3 ltKSl'MKI) PRACTICE, WITH i a olllce in llu) s tirlck. My operations will bo llrst-cluss aud charts rctinouunie. Old pntronsas well as new ones are Invited to can. DR. L. F. JONES, Physician and Surgeon. WILT, ATTEND TO TltOFESSIOXAL ' calls day or iiIkiiU Omen Upstairs In Hays' brick: or can be found at K. H. Luckey k Co's druv store, Olllce hours: to it m., i to 1 1. m., o to 8 r. M. DR. J. C. GRAY, rkFFICK OVER ORAXOE STORE. ALL KJ W( work warranted. Lauirhlng as administered for painless ex traction of teeth. DR. W. C. SHELBREDE, DENTIST. TS NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN L Cottaire drove. He performs all onerations in mechanical and surgical dentistry. All work warranted aud satisfaction guaranteed. GEO. W. KINSEY, Justice of the Peace. REAL ESTATE FOR BALE TOWN LOT9 and (arms. Collections promptly at tended to. Kksidknck Corner eleventh and llluh ots.. Eugene City, Oregon. St. Charles Hotel EUGENE CITY, OHEOON, W. H. "W ATKINS, Proprietor. Xew and Experleneed Manafement. C'harsea Moderate. W. MATLOCK. J. D, MATLOCK. MATLOCK BROS. SUCCfcHHORS TO T. IlendrickM. Ilavincr purchased the store formerly owned by T, ti. Hendricks, we take pleasure In in forming the publlo that we will keep a well selected stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Dry Coods, Boots, Shoes, HATS, GROCERIES, NAILS, Crockery isaTobaccoN In fact our stock will be found to be complete. By honest and fair dealing we hope to be able 10 secure a uuerai snare ul tuo public patronage. CONHIHTINO OF and examine onr stork and prices before purchasing elsewhere. Ws can always be found at the OLD HENDRICKS CORNER, Where we will take all kinds of Produce in exchange fur goods. MATLOCK BROS. Feb. 29. 1884. Boot and Shoe Store. A. HUNT, Proprietor. Will htrmfUt imp a euniilct stook of Ladies', Misses' ani Children's Shoes! IUTTOX UOOTM, Slippers, White and Black, Sandals; FINE ED SHOES, MEN'S AND BOTS BOOTS AND SHOES! And In fact everything In the Doot and Hhoe.liiie, to which 1 intend to devote my especial attention, MY COOOS ARE FIRST-CLASS! And uruaranteed as represented, nnd will be sold for the lowest prices Unit a irood amctc can oe aiiorueu. V. Hunt. 01lOSITIO' Is the Life of Trade! SLOAN BROTHERS Will do work cheaper than any other shop lu town. Horses Shod for $2 Cash With new material all around, lti'settlng old shoes til. .Ml wnrinuted to give sittlxfacllon. Shop on the Corner of 8th and Olive Sts SPORTSMAN'S EMPORIUM C. M. 1IORX, Practical Gunsmith GUNS, RIFLES, Flailing Tackle and Materials Sewins MmsM MM All Kinds for Sale ltepulrlng done ih the neatest style and warranted. Guns Loaned and Ammunition Furnished Shop on Willamette Street, opposlto Postofllce. Book and Stationery Store, Pottoftlce Building, Eugens City. I have on hand and am constantly receiving an assortment of I he best SCHOOL & MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS " ' STATIONERY, Blank Books, Portolio, Carth, Wallets, BLANKS. ETt." A. S. PATTERSON. D. T. PRITCHARD, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Repairlna; of Watches and Clocks esecuted with punctuality aud at a reasonable oust, Willamette Mtreet. Eocene (it)-, Or. . B. F. DORRIS, DEALER IN STOVES, RANGES, Pumps, Pipes, Metals, -AND- House hnin Mi Generally. WELLS DRIVEN PROMPTLY, And Satisfaction Guaranteed. WILLAMETTE STREET, Eugene City, .... Oregon. Central Market, JJlHlierWiitiaiiei PROPRIETORS. Will keep constantly on hand a full supply of BEEF, MUTTON. PORK AND VEAL, Which they will sell at the lowest market prices A fair share of the publlo patronage solicited TO THE FARERt We will pay the highest market price for fat came, uugs auu suocy. Shop on Willamette Street, EUCENE CITY, ORECON. Meats dcllyered to any part of the city free ol cliarge. junit f, h. warns. Pr isl DRUGS, MEDICINES, Brashes, Paints, Glass, Oils, Leads, TOILET ARTICLES, Etc. Physicians Prescriptions Compounded. zoom.