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ESTABLISHED FOR THE OISSE.UIN lTiflN OF DEMOCRATIC IMUN. IPLCS. AND TO EAR IN HONEST LIVING BY TIIE SWEAT OP Ol'E UH.
EUGENE CITY, OR', .SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1880.
U M 11
I Jlit 6 a jew Citj (OuarU.
j . 1. L CAMPBELL, .
Publisher and Proprietor.
j OFFICE -Ou the Est aide of Willamette
' Street, between Seventh aud Eighth Street. .
5. TEUM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION.
,' rr Mnum (2 $0
"Six Montln 1-25
Three month. , '5
ODE OXLt , ., .
BA.TK3 OF ADVKKTIS1NQ.
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On. square, tn Hum or less one insertion 13;
each subsequent insertion $L Cah required
in advance. "
Time advertisers will be charged at the fal
Oh .quant three months ,. .,,... W 00
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Transient notice, in local column, 20 oi nU
per line tor each insertion.
AdvertUinK bills will be rendered quarterly.
All Job work must be paid fob ox dkliveut.
L. BILYEU. C. II. COLLIER.
BILYEU & COLLIER
-Attorneys' and Counsellors at Law,-
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF
thti State. Will give special attention
o collection, and probate matters.
Orrics--Over Hendrick k Eakin's bank.
. CEO. B. D0RRIS,"
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
TiriLL PRACTICE IN THE CDURTS
y of the Second Judicial District and in
be Supreme Court of thin State.
Special attention given to collections and
matter in oronate
d ln.rrfp. n.QQnrtni.P.nt. nf T.n..
dies and Childrens Hose at
Vi 1-2 tts.
Good Dress Goods a t 12c
Best Corset in town for 50c,
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere in every
New and Nobby styles in
Geo. Si Washburne,
WOKNE CITY. - - - OREGON
OFFICE At the Court House. iy8ra3
GEO. M. MILLER,
iUtorne and Ccunsallor-at-Law, and
. Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON,
Ofllce formerly occupied by Thompson &
J. E. FEN TON,
KTTGEVK CITY OREGON.
Special attention (flven to Real Estate Frao
ice and Abstracts of Title.
Owes Over Grange Store.
T.W. HARMS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Rvsidence on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
Dr. T. W. Shelton,
Physicmn and Surgeon.
BOOMS At Mrs. J. B. Underwood.
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
DR. JOSEPH f. GILL,
nX BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
Vldenoe when not professionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby
J. J. WALTON. Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
TTTTT.T. PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Snecial attention given to real estate, col
i Collecting all kinds of claims atfaiuBt the
. United States Government.
Office in Walton's brick rooms 7 and 8.
Eugene City, - - Oregon
BREEDER OP THOROUGHBRED
-Holstein Friesian Cattle.
S. W. CONDON
KITGEN-E CITY. - - - OEhWHJ.
QprtcE OppoMt Wilton's Brik.
aioinri lowony RtVlvailkl The church wtntml to hrar Iuh po-
: i ... l. i . j: .i i..
8. W. WESLEY TO KANSAS CITT. rirncf, in-cnuw uif inuging nn-n iihuXiu
it would lm vrrv inslruciivn for vounir
l imv got t.roa ot mm .iwo-uit Chrmtiunn. So Brother Thomson
! .1 . I . .
ntiigion, tnai ims a Hpun oi a rvivi i iK)1an
inr iiv ixi rt&i ir i.ri rnuit nns t r m.utiA .
ana wyn that trw woru can go lo Hell Kp(.ri,.110 ah 3l,j rn vou how i
for th halatico of tlie y ar, an far an it
Now komft of you .are mad already,
gt mad last niltt, you God-diHhonor
inn old n prdlialea, you. You got thu
:iid of dos(i you nnuWd ; it wan tli
of m i i.
Trimming silk and Sat
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
Tlie finest stock of French
' KID SHOES
ever brought to this place-
BOOTS and SHOES
in all grades-
of all descriptions
Liberal Discount tor
Cash Or Credit,
Low as any House in
CASH OR CREDIT.
The highest price paid for all Kinds or Country
Produce, fail and sec
S. H. Friendly.
(Mine ilout it, ah. I got to thinking
aK)ut n-ligion, all, and I writ nt't in
thti woodn, ah, and. Hat for ft long time
on a Mump. ah. I meditated on the
wiekediicKB of the world, ah. Pretty
soon I looked acrosa i little lrook, ah,
AVIKG OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HARNIfS SHOP Of 8th PTfiF
west of Craiu Bros ., I am now prepurud to turmsli everythiuK In that line at the
Ari employed, and I will endeavor to give satisfaction to all win ma favcr
mo with a call.
v-ry -t-ung your mn ol teiiip-ramenl . nA Brothw Jones' old lack walk
required. The deviK don't MU to get j11i;ll0Ul , U bkrn lot. oh: mid he
hit either j but ho and I ar- at war, opnned his moutht ah( ftnd l(ftidi ,n e.-
and l am at war with all lua km. It h.n.m.nann I H .1. 1 n r,w.nh .1. 1
. . ... I i 1 r
iliere was a man once who Raid lie Go lTPticK ah t Go preachi ,, r
It. . a . I '
couia Htaiid any persocution that uiirul I , V0Ut rPthren. there are loU of
had. He said he could prove it, only iieKe Hihall-calired iackaiw preachere.
he didn t wish to go no far as to lm
crucifi id. He was asked if he was
willing to make ths test, and was
oautioned tl.at Christ prayed for his The tramp Jaiuison, !io a:sted
assailuius and fornove 4thpin, and that Siundoni to ewape. from jnil, and who
lm would have to do likewise in order accompanied him in his wanderings and
to do what he lioasted. . Well, the day wan rectptured with him, appears to v
finally came for the trial to he made, a lirilliant Hpepimen. Juki what hin
and the atfair wan. Ho started down relations to Sutlnders are is not yet fully
the street toward tho judgment hall, understood, hut hi. lias tramped all the
named for the ocension. The crow'd of way frmr. Texas and has heen in every
citizens hooted at him and railed him, j 1 1 on the route. He is a witty fellow,
and the little hoys spit on his freshly and was, the life of the party and kepi
hlaoked hoots, l.ut In muttered : "For all hand, in good, humor Jrom the time
give them, for Ihey scarcely know hal hH was iapturet till he was landed in
they are about." A young man tripped jail. I Jo was otily about 100 yarde
him up, but he arose from the hard Lhend of Sounders when ihn latter was
brick pavement and said : "I'll forgive captured, hut he heard nothing of the
hi.n; he knows no better." As he was matter on account of the, surf on ,the
walking up the steps of the judgi it h-ach near ly. After Saunders was
hall a fellow threw a rotten egu, strik- m-cured the party went after Jamison,
ing the would I Jesus under the eye, mid when near him ordered him to
the contents' running down his face and throw up his hands. He paid no
beard. In a spirit of meekness he attention except to remark, "What
took out his Imndkvrchiof, and mopped d'yer soy f hut when he looked around
off his face and beard. Then turning and saw who it was speaking lie. was a
to his persecutors, he said: "My little surprised, and said, he thought it
friends, this Jeslis business will soon was Saunders trying to fool him Again.
be over, and you will s,t the damnedest And then it came out that during tie
licking you ever got in your life."; I "Ifttira" Saunders wishing to see if
I don't like this mourners' fiench Jamison had any "sand in his craw
business, with old women howling Mud slipped aheud on the trail, disguised
around and healing each other On the himielf, and when Jamison came along
backs until they are blue., "held him up. He yielded gracefully
j I conducted a meeting once where enough when he found that bis assail
there was nn old brother who insisted on ant, hud the "drop on him," and as
telling the same experience every night. Maunders did the same thing, they are
He always told a little story about the prosily a siand-otf in the matter of
uky smiling brighter mid the trees 'sand." After reaching the railroad
growing greener when he sought Saunders was much annoyed by the
religion. I don't go much on that sort people collected ot the stations to stare
of tales ; so when Brother Oohb com- at him. He told "the kid," as he calls
menced one night to repeat his old Jamison, to sit on the opposite side of
story. " When I began to jet the car from him and l.y displaying his
religion." etc., I said, "That will do," handcuffs through tho window to attract
and passed on to some one else. The the Attention of the spectators to him
third night I did that old Brother Cobb self. The people sei-med disappointed,
took a tumble, and merely said, "Prape and many said : "What a tough looking
God." fellow; why, 1 thought Saunders wS
You folks that are always saying, "I sn intelligent chap."' The remarks
am afraid of hell. I'm afi-aid of hell," seemed to please the kid, , who paid
won't work up uny sympathy with the tlmm back in kind. When the conduc
devil that way, I can tell vou. Every tor came aloim the kid na!d- to . fiiin :
time he hears you say that ho ladles "Why don't you put lie off now-; old
out more melted brimstone and pours whiskers 1" The conductor nave him a
it in the Turkish hath he is lixing for cigar and passed on, whmi the kid itaid:
you. Tho devil is a cute one; you can't 1H has, thrown nm off his train lots
Tile Orrgon Patifie. .
Tho force of hands which commenced
work on this end of the Albany exten-
sion are still busily engaged, . and the
work of active progress on the bridge
is only hindered by a certain amount of
rod tape which must be gone throtigh;
with before the right to construct the
bridge across the WillaniPtte is granted
by the government The iron for thtf
bridge is now being cast by tho com.
puny at their works at Yaquina City.
At the approach to the Willamett
at AlUny i 2800 foot trestle will htJ
to be built. Mr Campliell, suferinteh
dent of the bridge work for the com
pany, will havn charge of the work oi
bridging the Willamette, and from hi
long and varied experience it is safe taj
say the work will be done speedily and
well Henry Nice, who was formerly
employed by the gevernment on tho
etty work, at Yaquina, will also be
employed on this very important work.
The company's steamer, Three Sisters,
is kept bVsily engaged in bringing
material down the river. A second
pile. driver has been placed in position
to drive the piling on the land adjacent
to the site of the bridge.
The work on the. other end of the
road is progressing rapidly. The Cor-
vallis Gazette says : "At the present
there is about three miles of grading'
completed and ready for the ties and
raila The graders'' camp was moved
yesterday down to Bowers' slough. Mr'
Liggett, who has charge of the work in
the; absehoe of Mr Hunt, seems to fully '
understand how to keep his large force
of Inen at work to the best advantage.'
He employs at the present tirne about
150 white men. The piles have been'
driven for six of the bridges and' the1
pile dtiver was moved to the seveht'
biidge yesterday. " At Bowers' slout'
it will bo necessary to drive 182 pi
which are now being placed on the'
ground. Where thi line enters the'
timber, ' aliout . four miles below this'
city, a force of men ore busily engaged
clearing the way for the graders,"
A. S. CIJUIIIK.
J. L. PAGE,
MONEY TO LOAN
ON IMPROVED FARMS FOR A TERM
of years. Apply to
Oflii up stairs in Walton's Brick.
Tair dealing is our mottoT
Everyone tndlng in need of building niate-
Ul will do well to call and aw our I obnnr
SAVING A LARGE AND COMPLETE
st.ick of .Staple and Fancy Groceries,
ht in the best markets
mum FOR CASH,
Cn offrr ths jmblic better prices than any
other house .
Frodtice of all kinds taken at market price.
J. W. CLEAVER
Dealer in all kinds of
Eugene City, Oregon
Save time and immcy by calling on
I and letting him reiew your w,bMTiitin for
nwi'spri". .torv taiHrnd n'.siiiis. He
fool him, you God forsaking old hypo
ernes, you. . -.
I know a minister of the Lord who
always requested the members of his
congregation to say something about
Christ to everybody, and try to get
people in the church. "Lord bless you
brother, I'll do it," said an old deacon
one day. So one night he sailed up to
a saloon and shouted to a tough looking
customer at the joor :
Say, are you ready to die I"
"N n o f' screamed the touch : "take
my money, but not my life !"
The old gentleman was bewildered,
but when the cowboy saw that tin1 drop
wasn't on him he got his shotting iron
out in great shape ftiirl led din old 4''iu
a lively whirl for the spnctv of a few
minutest ,,11 let the deacon off easy,
though, and contented himself wiih
shooting the fingers off his hand
f wliii h he -was holding up in horror.
TIih tough whs te ing it all arotfid th
I next day hoV the .old deacon tried to
ro' him, and h would wind up his
story with : .
"I wouldn't have rp-d a flurn fori
of times, and he is now trying to make
up to me." Jamison is a professional
tramp and is unhappy when long out
of jail. ,
Thrte Chetrt For Pmnuyrr.
On Wednesday .evening Governor
lect Sylvester Penney? was the
observed of all obyerver.H u he rode up
Morrison street in an express watjon,
One enthusiastic Democrat remarked :
"Talk about Jeffersonian simplicity
There's a genuine sieiimen of it, and
its the sort that would delighted
Thomas Jefferson or George Washing
ton, you can just M. Why, there are
dudes in this city who would mortify to
deaeh if sentenced to ride half a block
on a furniture wagon, and yet they
have not enough money in their pook
ets to boy a bottle of soda water; or
brains enough under their pompadour
cut liAir lo go in the house when it
rains. Three cheers for Pennoyer."
Portland Daily News.
Owing to the vigorous protests from
fcte if he had gone at it ,n ' Oregon, the land depart nt at Wash
HiLr libraries, ivayle, I-meH. HUud.nl,
lunroe and ntlifrs. In f vt .vjthinif iwv
All over inf jiuhi urc n"iit j j
do k unnrinrd. r I this Bute. The administration aUays
tck r lumber, k4 at Mid-ley k Dyer's " " T.tllln ti' y.vtT f.rond.iti ' Fo RaLP.-IjO lots in all parts ol . r.ugeas J Jp iHn named 1 liompw.n once re.raceii its s'.ep-l when II makes a 11)14
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in ity Give n. a call Moro H...ene. 1-. ol Voice, or any antcuou , j who wellt prlung all Ot a WdUcU. take.
ere. N'. y. MATHrfs, Ajt. J th Throat o1 Longs. . -
Dr Kin(' New Discovery fr fmrfainptioii. . nHiLtr libraries. Hrayle. "veBs. HUnlard, , jt mM contempt he inaton has revoked the appointment of
. . . 1 k XfiinrM am ntlian In lift Vlthlnt lUII- 1 r . n , f
Their nn liKSe-i lorrctovery , .... , 1 :. .i"..' bii ...i -.:.i. :.. ,i.:..l: Ml. . . , .... ....... ...
ne of this great life saving reineoy, cans any muwi in a mc mm ."., m. v irrwn mr wuu m hum.iuu n- . jasper v i 01111111 an jijn-vmi .j-m
The Oregon Short Line has intro
duced a new era in the transportation
of live stock, having added a system of
lightning live stock express trains,,
equipped with air, brakes, which "are,''
run ahead ot passenger time, at 35 to
40 miles an hour., . During the past''
week aliout fifteen trains of horses and"'
cattle pafls'd through Sttoahone, ' and'
the company has enough business now.'
in Bight to keep its rolling stock busy'
'.1 .1 .1 i. i.'
unrti 1 ne regular neei season, wnicn,
npt'iis about 1 August 10th. It ' is
estimated thati the Oregon Short Line
will handle 3000 car loads of cattle.
sheep and. horses this season, drawn
fro.i Montana, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon,
and Washington' Territory. . "' vV
This trafflo has grown wondrrfully.
in two years, the shipments in 18)54
not . exceeding 100 .'car loads, i The
extraotdinary -speed and the pr?c3
tions taken by the railroad company to
insure the comfort and safety of fitock,
has. caused stockmen to drive from 100
to 300 miles to that line. "
The eastern' movement of wool from
Oregon and Idaho alonn will probably
exceed 10,000,000 pounds this year,
and the value of those products which
find ft market east will undoubtedly
return between, $3,500,000 and $4,-
OoO.OOO to the producers tributary to
the Short Line road. ' Adding to this
the other productions of the country
besides the mineral output of 1883.
Upon these fads careful statistician
and commercial writers base the pre
diction of prospeiity to follow.
The horse trade lias also shown &
wonderful impetus the past 90 days,
about 300 car loads from Idaho and
Oregon having liwn shipped to Wyom
ing, Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska.
These are of superior character for
ritality, lung power and endurance,
and are in good demand in the great
farming and oorn raising belt reached
y the Union Pacifij and its branches,
owing to the influx of settlers and the
expansion of new railroad lines west of
factory.! We can
M quality and qnan:
F-rthasing fire here,
Wastkd. A noma for a boy twelva or
fourteen years old. Large enough to do all
the chore around farm bouse Inquire of