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ESTABLISHED FOR THE DIXSEBISilTlOS OF DEMOCRATIC PBIXJITLES. AND TO EARN W llONEST LIVING BY THE SWEAT OF OUR BROW.
Ut 61,3cm gitg guard.
. I. l cam rr. ELL,
lubIlNher und Proprietor.
tfPFICE-On th. Lm side nf Willamette
fetreet, between cvei,th and Kilith Street
TERMS OF SU11SCRIPTION.
KA.TK9 OB ADVKItTISINQ.
Advertisements insnrted as follnwst
One square, ten line jr 1mm one insertion 83;
ach auUequciit iusertion $L Ca-li required
Time advertisers will be charged at the fol
lowing rte: .
One square three months. 81 00
One square iix months 8 Oil
One square olio year 12 CO
transient notices in lofai ctiliuuu, 2D cmts
Ier ime wr eaen lusertion.
Advertising bills will he rendered quarterly,
All jnb work must lie paid Knit on ukuvkhy,
L BILYEU. C. II. ('OELIKR.
BILYEU & COLLIER
-Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
PRACTICE IX ALL THE COURTS OF
this .Suite. Will give specul atteutiou
to collections and prolate nutters.
Office Over Heudrick & Eahiu's bank.
CEO. B. DOHRIS,
Attorney ami Counsellor-at-Law,
-VVTILTi PRACTICE IX THE COURTS
T T of the Second Judicial District and iu
he Supreme Court of tbi State. ,
Special attention given to collection and
butter in nrobafce ' .
Ceo. Si Washburne,
tSUJBSS CUT, - - - OREGON
OFFICE-At the Court House. 1yra3
, GEO. M. MILLER,
A.t3rn37 ail Cjaxalbr-at-Law, and
Ileal Edutc Agent.
KUSEXe'cIIT, - OREGON.
Ofllcc formerly occupied by Thomson A
, J.E. FENTOX, .
JSUGESE Cli'Y OREGON.
8ieci J att mtion given to Real Estate Prao
ice and Abstract ut Title.
OiKii'S-Over Gimii,'.) Store.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Residence ou Fifth street, where Dr Sheltoii
tirmerly resided. 1
Dr. T. W. Shclton,
Physician and Surgeon.
ROOMS At Mrs. J. 15. Underwood.
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
DR. JOSEPH t. GILL,
C AN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idenoe when not professionally engaged.
Uitice at the
TOST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby-
J. J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
t'ourUof the State.
Swclal attention given to real estate, col
fccting, and prolate matter. ....
Collecting all kinds 6f claims against the
United States Government.
Oifice in Walton's brick-moms 7 anil .
New Barber Shop
and Bath Rooms.
(One door North of Post Oifice. )
BATHS. 25 CENT& EVERYTHING
fitted np in the best of order. Shaving
and hair cutting done in the most approved
rd"r' JERRY HORN. Proprietor.
W. N NOFFSINGER,
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
II.T. I'RAC'IICE IX ALL COURTS
V of the Slllte. Negotiates loans.
lecttons promptly attend.-;! to.
uAjcS-O.er Grange Store.
PROF. D. W.'miDCE,
(Formerly f Dc 'n", low,l
TTAS LOCATED IX HOKN-E env
II for the piiri"e i ylKS(t oik;
-r- ; am th lute..-, .i. -i-
.n.l HARH'19 1. . . -IIC'.M.n.
b.yed V develop a hne ternniiy Hni,m, f,,, y
.present or., Seventh and H'. 10-Ui
UT A GENERAL $
A large assortment of La
dies and Child) 'ens Hose at
Good Dress Goods at 12l.c-
Jk'st Corset in town for oOr,
An immense stock of few
and Seasonable Goods.
J'ew and -Nobby styles in
Libera! Discount for
a. v. peters;'
Will pay the. highest '
Market Price for
Oats and barley.
The highest price paid
Produce. Call anil sec
S. H. 'Friendly.
HAVING OPEXED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP 0 8thSTRE
west of l.'raiu Jiios'., I am now prepared to f iimih everything in that liue at the
Arc employe.?, and I will endeavor to
mo with a call.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER
Trimming silk and Sat
ins in all shades.
Jloirea niiijue Silks
Velvets in Colors.
The jinest stock of French
KID SHOES i
ever brought to this place. l
BOOTS and SHOES '
in all grades-
of all descriptions'.
ill 019 1111
Low as any House in
for all Kimls -of Country
give satihfaction to ill whjma favcr
A. s. cimsm
.VOTICK IS 1!K!I1'.!JV GIVEN THAT
J-1 Hy virtue of a writ of execution dulv
issued out uf the Circuit Court of the M:ite
of Oregon, for tho county of l.nno by the
clerk tli'irenf, and to mo directed on to it:
ftoveuilicr l.'l. lSi'i. uiioii a iiiiluiiiont no. I
decree nf foreclosure rendered in s.iid court
ovellllllr (th, 1SS5. in -a suit then and
there pending wherein (i R ChrUiimn was
I'laintill, mid Ceo Mitlican ami Ada it Milli
cm w.tu ilefeiidunt-i, 111 favor of still () K
CliriKirmn iiluintill and Hiviiint snid .lofi-ml-ant
(ieo Milliom for the sum of if-'.liSS with
interest tlurenn from date of judgment at
the rain of ID per cent, iter annum, f2."o
attorney fee, and costs of action, and a de
cree .for the fnrecli'Miie uiol fcule of
the mortgaged premises ilecriln-d as follows
to-wit: The N R of the N W 14 and the
X I '2 of the N K ll ami the S E 14 of the
N W 1 4 of aertion CS; also the S I '.' of the
S K I 4 of section '1 and tiie N K 1-4 of the
N K 1-4 of section ."J, all in T 17 S. I! 1
W, onnUiiiinj 3l!0 acres ju Lauo county,
Now therefore, by virtue of said writ and
to totisfy sail! jiidgi icnt, attorney fee, cost,
HOcrilinccostaaiid expeines o( sale I will sell
tlieab'cve dcsonlieil iiiort 'Agod rent property
at piililu auc'ioit for eusli in hand at the
Conrs llonsH door in Eugene City, l.auu
County, Oregon, on
,M"Siiay, K(,r.iinKit 21t. 1SS5.
At tho hour of one o'clock, P M of said day.
.1. I'i CAMl'HELL,
Sheriff Lain. County, Oregon.
Dated November 20, 1SS5.
Sheriff s Sale.
lynmcK is m:i;i:r.v given that
by iitneof awi it of execution duly issued
niit.it the circuit court ot thu Mate ol Oregon
fur Lane County, by the Clerk thereof and
to me directed, ou to-wit: November l.'Itli,
ISS"), upon a jtitlumt-.it and dieree
of foreclosuro rendered in aaid Court
.November 2d, ISSo, in a suit then and tlicru
pending when in Wesley Munition was plain.
till, and Wm E Simmons mid Amelia A
Simmons, bis vile, and C C Simmons were
ilul'eudaMts, in f;ivr of said Wesley Shun
lion and agailist said di fi nibiot Win V. Sim.
iiions f..r the Him id J-.'.HSS SHI, with interest
tliererii At the r,.te uf lij per cent per aiiuiiiii
from date of judgnient, f.'(K) (II) nttiiruey
fees, atid for costs mid ilishursenients of suit,
and a decree fr the fnreeliMiire ami sale of
the mortgaged tetuies liesenlied as f.dlows,
to-wit: The N K nf See. 112, T lli S, I! 4
W, containing liiu acres, iu l.auu County,
Now, therefore, by virluii of said writ,
and to sptisfy snid judgment, attorney fees,
costs and accruing cnts ntnl expenses of
sale, I will sell tho above described real
property at public nnctioii, lor rash iu hand,
ut ti c Court ll'.usu door in Eii(;fno City,
Lom Cwu.ty, Or.oi,'.Ba. , j.
.IZoiuJay, lcv'ui:jcr Slut, I.SH3,
At the hour of 1 o'clock I' M of said day.
.1. li. CAMI'HKI.L,
Sheriff Lnno County, Oregon.
Dated Nov'onibi r 20, lSVi.
"jJOTICE IS IIEREHY GVI.N THAT
i.1 ly virtue of a writ of Execution duly
iKliell out ol llio Cireiiit Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of Lain!, by the
Clerk tiiereof ami to um directed, on to-wit
November lo'.h, 1SS5, iipmi a judgment and
decree of foreclo'.uiv rendered ill said Court
November 12th, ISS5, in favor nf Martha W
C"irr, executrix of tho estate of tieo M
I'i er, dccciKcd, jil iintilf. and against Or
Vllle .in en mid I'. .1 (ireeu, bis wife, A J
liurnesnu, II C Hiiiuphrey, A .1 Johnson and
I II ,li:('luiig, liartners Wil ier the lirui name
of McCluug & .'ohnsoii, and M iry A llitnie
sou, wife ot A .1 I'liirnesou, defendants, fur
the sum of fiOI 00 V S gold coin, with in
terest there, ii from date of judgment at the
rate of 10 per cent per milium, $75 00 at
torney lees, and for costs' and disbursements
of said suit, comiuaiiiliiig me to sell all and
logular the uiortgngcil premises (Icscrihi'd
therein as follows, to-wit: Fractional lot No
3 iu Sec .13, T 17 S, It .'I W, containing 3(i 2.'l
acres, more or less, in Lnno County. Oregon.
Now, therefore, by virtun of snl Execu
tion and to satisfy iid judgment, interest,
attorney fen, cost, accruing cost ami ex
liense.s of sale, 1 will aeil the ubovn ilu'criheil
real property at nuhliu auction, for cash in
haml, At th(. Court House ilnor III r.ilgenc
City, Lane County, Oregon, on
.IIoikIiij, Ip-PinhT2lNi, lNi5,
At tl?t hour of 1 o'clock P M of said day.
J R. CAMI'rtKLL,
SherilF Lane County, Oregon.
Dated Nov. 20, 1885.
VrOTICE IS HEREP.Y GIVEN THAT
Ll hr virtue of a wiit of Kxeniiiou duly
issued out of the Circuit Court of the Slale
of OicK'Hi for thu Coiluty of l-uiu, by the
Clerk thereof nod to mtt directed, ou to-wit:
November 13, ISS5, upon a jmlgment ami
decree of foreclo-ure n ndeivd iu said Court
November 12th, li85, iu a suit then and
there pending wherein Lizzie N Thompson
was pluintilf, and John Keuuctt and Mary A
liennett, his wife, ami Cliarles Jicnuett were
defendants, in favor of Said Lizzie N Tho, up
son and against said defendant Charles lieu
nett for the sum of $21!! 75 with interest
thereon from il.-.te of judgment at the rate
of one per cent, per mouth, $50 attorney fee,
and costs and liburcm uts of action, and
a decree for the sale nf the mortgaged prem
ises described as follows, t-wi: Tne N 1-2
of S W 1 4, the S W 14 of S W I 4, and
lot No 3, sea IS, T l S, R 2 W containing
152 08 acres m Line cmtity, Oregon.
Now therefore by virtue of suid writ, ami
to satisfy saiil jrldgiiiPiit, cost, attorney fee
and accruing costs ami expenses of sale, I
w ill sell the above descrilied real property ,
at public auction to the highest bubler for
rash in band, at the Court House door in
Eugene City, l-nne county Oregon, on
.Holiday, Ercemb-r SI ml,
at the hour of I o'clock I M of said day.
. .1. R. (.'AMPEELL,
Shrrilf Lane county, Orcou.
Dated November 20. liS.V
CEO. F. C??A7.
POSTOFFISE C13AR STORE,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
The Slik Iin of kunsa).
A correspondi'iit of thn Cliicagn Tri
liuii, writing from Topekn, gives tlie
fallow ini list of mtlra of ouo drug ntorn
for one day:
Tint of whisky, far lung disease, to
Half pint w hisky, for dyspepsia, V.
llulf pint wliiiky, for liiliousnesn, J.
Tulf pint wliinky, for dyspepsia, H.
One Lottie lii'ir.for female weakness,
V. A. Sojjinioro.
Half pint wliUky, for cliilln, Win.
Halt' pint whisky, for ague, C. H.
Half pint w hisky, for LilioiiHiiess, J.
Half pint whisky, for nurse, L I !
jainine. Half pint whisky, for general d(dii!
ity, M. MoCaiin
Ha'f pint whisky, for chills and
f.-ver, 0. Saylor.
Half pint w hisky; for general debili
ty, V. A. Cook.
Half pint giu, for kidneys, William
Half pint whisky, for rheumatism,
Q jiirter pint whisky, for miliaria, It
Tint whisky, for palpitation of heart,
Half pint whisky, for lung disease,
C. 51. 'j aylor. ;
Jlulf pint whisky, for general de
liility, J. Henderson.
Half pint whisky, for neuralgia, C.
Pint whisky, for cholera morlius,
Pint whisky, for indigestion, 0. S.
, Half pint whisky, for practice, W.
II 5UlWort. '
r 1W lshUt)r, -for Uilrtirtjj, "Jfnry
Half pint whis'ty, for bowel com
plaint, Uulinw Kteel.
Pint w hisky, fer sick stomach, Jus.
Half pint whisky, for cold, A. Coch
ran. Half pint whisky, for colic, Geo.
Half pint whisky, for malaria, Jan.
Where llinilnrkn vu Born.
New York World. .
Your correspondent recently visited
the birthplace of I ho latn Vioo-lVesi-dent
Hendricks;, and interviewed the
oldest resident of Newlon township,
who knew tho Hendricks fuinilv inti
mately when they resided at Union
town, whither ther removed from
SliippeiiKiiurg, Pa, In 1810. Thii rc
nun Ituhle old residnnt in Cteorgn W.
(Jrookt, now in his ninety-first year.
Hii father ani uncle were tho pioneer
settlors of Zannsville, 0., coining here
from Virginia in 171)8.
51r. Crooks, tlmc'li fmsblo in Iiealth,
reineuiliers early evimts distinctly. He
was tho tirttt whito child in Zanehville
h his Mister was tlio first horn in
Muskingum. Iu 1803 the father
h.'wcif tlx road through (fib woods tint
afterwardu became, part of the Mays
villij pike, nod Luilt a tavern nt what
eventually Lecanio Unioiitown. John
Hendricks, with his wifo and hod
Abraham, arrived in 18U3, purchased
tlm Ui-diuou tannery and built a rude
loo cabin on tho side of the hill above
the pike. Mr. CVooks was iu tho Iioukh
when Thomns Jlendricka was born, and
51rs. Crooks nursed Mr. Hendricks'
mother through her sicklies. Three
years ufterwurda Hendricks hold his
property and moved to Indiana to en
gag in surveying with his brother.
Tim cabin in which the deceased
Vice President wus born was of bowed
logs and contained two rooms, wiih a
sjone chimney ai one corner aim win
dows of greased paper to let in the
light. The olJ tannery is still stand
ing, but the log house has BincC passed
When 5Ir. Hendricks camo here to
in ike a political speech some ten years
ngo, he inquired for .Mr. Crooks and
insisted upon his occupying a seat upon
the platform during the delivery of the
The oldest person in Indiana ia Mrs.
Cdter, of Hussiaville. Slut in 1 1 G.
5Irs. Nancy Allison Frost, of Mar
ietla, Ohio, was 102 years old on Octo
ber 2 2d.
Henry Hall, of Hampton counly, S.
C, died a few woeks ag0 at tha age tf
(1. W. Spring, Sr., of Worth, Oa.,
is new 10") years old. He is no longer
able to speak.
Ned Englinh, aged 113, of Camden,
S. C, well renmailicrs that he saw Tar
5Ira. Henry .lp!iouse, of Concord,
Me., is ablo at the ng of 103 to do her
51 rs. Flora I'lunkonship, of Ccrwinj
III., has gray haired grandchildren. Shd
herself is 113.
Pablo 5Iascarenas, of 5Iora, claims
to be tho "oldest inhabitant" of New
5Iexica Ho is 107. "
5Irs. P.ridget Parley's 104 birthdar
was the occasion for recent festivities
at West Stratford, Conn.
Donald McCIellan, a Highlandct1,
who speaks nothing but Gaelic, lies at
the point of death, in Detroit, aged
"(live mo one morn smoke out of th
old clay pipe," Kuid Rachel Varvel dl
Owingville, Ky., just before sho died.
Hhe was 101.
No fewer thanv 105 descendants re
cently joined in tho celebration of Mrs.
IWbara ltitter'a 100th birthday, in
Floyd county, Iowa.
A hook to be published on liumtin .
longevity places Connecticut in front of
the world in the iiuiiiIht of louglivod
people. Among special instances ii
John Weeks, of New London, wha
married his tenth wife when 10b years
old, sho being sixteen! lie died at thd
ago of 11 1. His gruy hairs were sue
ceeded by a growth of dark hairs, ariil
several new tenth appeared before hi
Xttiu'irt 1fljTBatrco!ttiJ ..iiii.w
of the lives of ten thousand centen
arians. Ho found that six thousand
of them enmo from Connecticut, - and!
that tho majority of them were women.
Fifty sinolii women cams up to the"
century mark, but only twelve bache
lors. One hundred milliliters lived td
be 100, and only thirty doctors, terl
lawyers and ten actors, A centenarian
newspaper man could not bo found.
ii i . -S I i
A story paper's answer to a corres
pondent: "If you are' dovolsdly itl
love with the, young man and he 3
devotedly in lovo with you, we (too rto
reason why you should not marry h!n
Clrubs and black-heads can ho removed
from tho face, by the uso oft watch
key. You ought to obey 'omyptother
in all things. Wash wur face in rain
water. A young lVfy should not speak
to a man to whom film has not beert
introduced. Tike salt for blotches. If
you desire to blcnmn a good conversa
tionalist you blKhuld read entertaining
books and pay djose attention to clevet'..,v
talkers. Tho Less you send is light
brown- 5Ioses led the children of
Israel from Egypb x In winter always
warm your feet heforXj goinjf to bed.
The bean is supposed Vo bo a native
of Persia. It is" one tf the most
ancient articles of food, anuas culti
vated in Eypt from the earle8t ages.
It formed the common dish Xhown
among tho Hebrews as pottage, ,or a
iliJi of ubieb I'.snu bnrtered fia
birthriol'it. The Lima bean is a nativ
of the Kust Indies; the common polo
kidney bran comes from India, and thd
scarlet (lowered varieties are f-oirt
5Iexico, South America and the West
Ducklen't Arnica Salve.
The best salvtf In the World for Cuts, IlrunJ
ss; Sores, I leer,- Salt I! Ileum, Fever Sores
Tetter, Chapld Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and
all skin eruption', and positively cures pile,
or no pay required. It ia giiarsutsed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. For
side iy E It Luckey 4 Co.
Syrup of Figs,
Manufactured onty by the California Fig 8yrut"
Co., San Francisco, CL, it Nature's Own Vma
l.SKativ. This pleasant liipiid fruit remedy
may be had of V S le, a'ent, Sunction, or
F M Wilkin, a.-ent, Eugene City, at fifty
orr.ts rr one ilollar per bottle. It is the loost
pleasant, prompt and tffet-twe renfly known
to cleans1 the system; to at ton the L ", Kid
neys and llowrls u-.-iitly yt tlioroiiKlily; to dis
fiA Ileatlaches, Colds and Fevers; to curs Cor.
stipation, Indigestion and kn.d.iil ilis;