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ESTABLISHED FUR THE P ISSEH INITIOS OF DEMOCRATIC PRIXCirLrS. A.D TO EARS 4J CONEST LIVING BY THE SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER If, I88fi.
i&nm City ' Guard.'
I. L CAMPBELL,
iblUher nd Proprietor.
K'B-On tlis Kiw "i'l ,,f NVillniette
between Seventh ml Eighth Street.
I'ERMS OF INSCRIPTION.
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s3 o AIVKUTIS1NQ.
tisement inserted as follow:
Hire tea line" orle one insertion ?.!:
,iuent insertion SL Cash required
advertiser will be charged at 'tho fol
,u e three month
. i months ..
Tent notice in local column, 20 cut
,,d for each insertion, '
vortisimr bill will In. rendered fimrer y.
j -b w,, ,nust be paid y.mo.vi'Kl.-VKi
C. M. COLMKR.
LYEU & COLLIER
:orneys nd Counsellors a'c U.v,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
ACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF
this State. Will uive special attention
lection and probate matter. ,
ies--Over Hendrick 4 Eakin's bank.
CEO. B. D33RI3,
torneij and Couksellor-at-Law,
"ILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS
of the Second Judicial District and in
upreme Court of this State.
tjial attention given tJ collection and
er in probate
Sea. S washburne,
SUSS CITY. - - - OREGON
FFICE At tb Court House. ij'8iu3
GEO. M FILLER,
:3n37 aul Grassillor-at-LaT, and
'fiKMK CJTY, - OUEGOV.
ni formerly eou;iied by Thomi'mn &
: J. :K- FKXTON,
.SiwciiUtiutiou ' Real BUt IVao
ic aiul Ai) .t.ai'ti of iV.t.
utYlCE Over tlwiio'e Lilore.
Piysiuan and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
ii.idence on Fifth rtreet, where lr Sheltou
DtTt. W. Shclton,
! Thysician and Surgeon.
;OOM3 At Mr. J. B. Underwood.
: EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
I Bit. JOSEPH I'. GILL,
CKS BE FOUXD AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when pot prufeiwionully engaged.
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
: ResUerice on Eighth street, opposite Tredby
J. J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
('ouH't of t!ie State. .
Special ..n inn xiven to real estate, col-ectio-;,
und intili le waiter.
tVilUtiu-f ell tiiln of claim agauM the
Jniled S. n Govecnnient.
, Office in VlUn' brick-room 7 and 8.
S; W. CONDON,
r.UGSNE CITY, - - - OREGON.
Orn Opposite Walton' Hrbk.
ON IMPROVED FARMS FOR A TERM
of years. Apply to
Slier wood IJiirrf
EUGENE CITY, .- - OREGON
Office up stair in Walton' Brick.
XTE IIAVE BEEN APPOINTED
? T acvnt fir the Insurance C'ompanie lor
nierly htld by Mr Cha Lauer, and are pre
pared to insure your
Hras. Eara. Tisat, W, lift. It
aint I'm by fire. nd can give yon rhric
f ."ine of the 1!et Cvr a.vim o thi Coast.
frail? and willini to pay pn-mptlv.
W ak f' the liberal patn.oag. ewc led
Mf Lvier. r
BOTOW & '0EAI&,
. Representing STAYER '& WALKER'
CLEAVER'S OLD STAND, ON SEVENTH Street.,
. . " . .-"4JX
1 mm tt a niirviTT
w. -rmr rw.-- -s--
i IravfkTtPI? J Tu,,,i,r A
Seventh St., Eugene
PEJV GliJ, WHEELER no,
Continue to Exchange Merchandise of all
Kinds at the lowest Cash Prices for fash or Merchant dbl
Produce of any kind at the Highest Cash Prices
Give them a trade
PENGRA, WHEELER 5-. CO. ,
Continue to furnish Lumber, Lath and Shingles
td order at the lowest current rates, delivered at
the Mills, on board cars, or at Ebgene City. X
Leave your orders with J. M. Hendricks, Agent
at Eugene City, or send to the Mills direct. .
"r"';::lT spbiIgfieild; :
PEMGRA, WHEELER & CO.,
Continue to pay the highest price
in Cash for wheat at their Mill, and
to furnish flour and 'feed at the
Lowest market rates for Cash.
Special attention to Exchange and dustom Grinding.
TAKE TFPilM A GRIST.
HAVING OPENED ANEW PfADDLE
west of Ciaiii liro'., I am now prepared
ilre employed, and I will enJoavor to
loo with a call.
t, r. PATTERSON.
W. B. PATTERSON.
F, I Mm I k
Plastering, Stone and
ALSO DEALERS IN
f acoma and San Juan Lime,
American and English Cement,
New York and California Plaster,
Plstering Hair, Fire Brick, Lath,
Marble Dust, Etc., Etc.
F. F Patterson & Co,
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
OrncK With Beckith t Sen.
SHILOH'S COUGH mi Consumption Cure
;. .1.1 hT a. on iruarantee. It cure Con-
SI EEPLES NIGHTS. mi!e m'aerable by
iht trrib:e e Jjh. bhiluh' Cure a the r.m
Jy fx you.
T.ISSELL CHILLKI) rLOWS, STEEL
'O-fCOTCir CLIPPER. J. I. CASE'S SUL.
.ir HT.rtii'O nTTT'PlV TrtrU L.I.'PIM.V,
mid nil kind of PL(JY L.XI KAS, ALh.M
Clod and Crushing Harrow, Keystone
IV 1 I AAJ o, uUiil I Aiuiva,cnt.ir.no
Harrow, with or without attachments, r.m
pir Mower's, Reapers anil Twine 'Bimb-ri.,
PRICE LISTS mailed Frue on application,
BRfSTOW & CRAIG.
AND HAENF.FS fHOP 0 8th 8TRE
to furnish everyUiiuK in that line ut the
give satisfaction to all wlu nia favcr
A. ri. cjikkii:
Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
Watched, (lock., and Jewelry rp:
rniin.t. Vnrthwe.. cornrr of V
I nd Eighth street.
1 HA' MKTA(,v".a la-timj nd fr,
j 1 erfi'ffi Price sti! W ceDt.
Zf,' ' "
t V i-WA DEALERS
J Lrr:"7.a w 1 - m
W.AM CENTER DRAFT PLOWS.
of Wagons, Patent Truns, Stel Skin
Road Carin. In fact evi.rvthing on
got PRICES. CATALOGUES and
J. L. cPAGE,
HAVING A LARGE AND COMPLETE
rturk of Staple ml Fancy (irouerie,
bought in the Wat market
EXELUSVELY FOR CASH,
Can nlTer the publio better price than ny
Produce of all kind taken at market price.
?ve timo and money by willing on
ml letting linn renew your ulwcrition for
lewsimiiera, (lory papfra anil pmi;aziiie. lie
alo kec. compb'te tock of MuKmiue, in
duilinu Century, Harper, Ilie etc. All the
puUr lilirane, rSeiile, Lovell. Stcndrnl,
llunroe and other. .In fact evorvthimr uu-
lly fiminl in let due new dcfKit, P U Build-
FAIR DEALING IS O'JR MOTTO.
Everyone utMi'lini; In need of buildim; mate-
iii will do w.dl to call nud.ee our Cohuni
itiwk of lumber, kept at MiiL-ley A Dyainwr'
iirturv. W'e can please all kimla of custaiuier.
II nimlitv ami iiuautity. Give ua a call liefore
purchaxiiirf elsewhere, N. N. MaTIIKWH, Ak't.
vroi'iOK ts lrriju-nv r.ivrv that
Xl the umlersiiinMd. Jerry lliiv. Iia been
by the County Court of line County, Ore-
K"n, duly appointed administrator of the
festnte of John Valentine, decerned, and all
persons having claim sganist said estate are
hereby notihed to present the suuie duly
verified to said idiniuistiator, at bis store in
Hairisliurt;, Oregon, within six mouth from
the data ol this notice.
Dated Sept II. 18S0.
Jkkky IIav, Administrator.'
navr.u ft Coi.i.ikr. Atty.
REV I M DEItllY, of Linden, N. Y.,
snya: "Hie Uilinore Ahiuiitio nine proved
a Vreat blesalnv to my wife." At Usburn and
THE I liKITIhlrf LADY In Olean waa
asked what made her comnlexion mi, clear and
beautiful. She said it ra hy usinir (jibnore
::.. -. . i , 1...T.
ONE OF THE MOST NOTED E..roiesn
physicians suid i turalvia was the prayer of
iliseaM-n nerve lor healthy Monti. Use till
more Anunstio ine fur the blond.
MBS. L. LOoMIS, of Ell)., N ,Y, write
na that she was sick fur six months, waa in.
duced to try (iiluiore's Aromatic Wine and
lour bottle cured her. At (Vburn and Cos.
REV If n E WELL, -f Pavillion, N Y. say
of Gilniore's Aromatic Wine: ' I bvliev it to
be tnmt desirable remedy to be placed in
THE tylFE. MOTHER ami MAID ,whp
suffers from Feinitle Weakness and Dehjlity.
will find (iilmore's Amniatia Wine positive
cure. Si 'Id by Unburn nl Un., UriitfKiHt.
GILMnRE'. AROMATfC is nit' u.c-
oes, tbtref r w. challenge tli. world to pro
duce it equal u restorative fur woman.
REV.'W. FLSK REQUA, of Aurora. Ill,
ays: "I have used liilmore' Aromatic Wine
ad find it an excellent htinsehuld remedy that
none ought to do without
REV HARRIS PECK, of P.villlon,' N Y
says I ws troubled with Mnis.rU. Ilnwel
ldiliculty and s'eepless nlxhu whiuh I found
wwerin n.e out. After tskinc Aiomstic
well nnd otherwise feeling lik new ' mun. I
rhcerfn'Iy reconiinenil it u su'fe.Hni, l.u'tiani
My- 1 ale by obum rd Co, I teue.
In Old Burlkrye.
SicsLAw, Nov. 27, 1880.
Editor CuARa Thn people of the
Buckeye State drmw well for every
day in the way of hoots and (dior. I
do not think I' aaw a ragd pair of
hoota oy Hhoi'S whilo I wa tlier and
their clothing wa of hotter material
than laboring pocplo generally wear,
and on Suiuly hy their tine clothes
you would think thnt there wern no
poor people iu Ohio; yt when you be
come acquainted with their circumstan
ces you would find that they were in
debt for their finery. Everybody
keep a horse and fcuggy whether they
can aflord it or not that in the young
men", and every farmer hun'li is carri
and spring wagon hemdea his farm
wagon, hut then they have fine roads,
all turnpike or inecadaniiV.pd, which
cost a great deal to build', , hut then
they will lust a lolig time and are .tho
cheapest in the end. As to Btock, they
have as good cattle as the country af
fords, hut if we took as good care and
as much pains with our cattle we
would heat the Buckeyes. to Htahln our
cattle, curry and brush, feed oil cake,
Uipp, corn and clovrr pasture, would
make our scrubs the finest cattle. The
same way with their hogs, running on
clover pasture and standing to ail tho
corn they can eat twijt a day J makes
big hog. I lielpii'J to weigh a Poland
China boar that tipped the Wain at
4"0 pounds. I also helped to weigh d
two year old stallion, of the amble!
Ionian stock, that drew down 1379
pounds; in my opinion too much high
ced, too soft and luhy. They have a
great many heavy horses rolling fat,
and they are worth from f 250 to $300
each. There is a new industry spring
ing up in horso flesh, , persons from
Texas are bringing in Texian ponies,
ilnhioke, and selling lhru for $25 and
us iiigh' as 810 a piece! These, ponies
suit the young hoys, and in a week's
time they have them quite gentle As
or sheep, I did not see hut one hand;
they were" hierinoes, and very small
ut Well wrinkled. Their chickens
wern up to tho standard. 1 speak
knowingly! for I sampled them, three
limes a day while. 1 was there; also tho
samn praise is extended to their sweet
potatoes and yams, corn cakes and
mush, maple sugar and molasses. As
to whfat, most every farmer seemed to
have plenty of it such as it was about
like, ours during the rust year. It is all
second and third grade: more third
grade than ar.y thing else. They have
to he very careful in seeding, using the
drill altogether, no broadcast seeding
heing done.' Wheat was worth 73 cts.
per ouhIicI. Corn in the drouth streak
would not make (0 bushels to tho acre,
hut where it was seasonable it would
make, from GO to 75 buhhnls to the
I siw but two products fioni
Oregon for sale salmon and shingles
All the stores and groceries kept sal
mon, and I was informed there was a
large and growing demand for it, while
the shingle was A new venture and
we're selling at $4. GO per thousand.
Those who were using tlio.n said they
did not moss like the piun and ppruce
sawed shingles. Thre is an enormous
volume of business dime in Ohio hy the
railroads; freight and passenger trains
run day and night, and on Sundayi,
and are a,! ways loaded, I also noticed
four grades in society: Very rich, rich,
poor and very poor; the last two lieing
in the majority. Quite a number are
aflVctcd with catarrh and asthma,
which seems to he the prevailing dis
eases. V. l. NiaH8WASDf?H.
Margie, in at Lafayette charged
with the murder elf Corker at that
plii'ce, liecame so abusive to the Sheriff
recently, that that official decorated his
leg with a sixteen pound shackle and
locked him in his cell, where he will
remain day and night. The conviction
of his guilt has grown upon the people
there until it amounts to almost a cer
tainty in n any minds. It is thought
that ifiirple will soon make a confess
ion, as he has lost the bravado lie as
sumed at first, arid now thinks his
days are riunil)ere(.
Littl.i Jack Horner sat in the cor
ner eating concentrated lye; his mother
came in he liau emptied urn ;in; tney
' . ... . 1 .. ... 1 .
. t t,lfl ,,t , anj h e
lived at Wheelirr. W. Va.. and was
to years old.
A visit to Dr. Green's labratory at
Woodbury, T. J., has considerably
changed our Views, and fflpecially , our
prejudices in regard tp'a Ojrfi gener.
ally known as "Standard Patent Medi
cines. Of course wa are getting trj
that age in life when we are forced tb
co(iclud') life itself is a humbug, and
natcrally distrust anything that has
not withstood long and tried experi
ence. Being a physician I had tho
curiosity to know how such a salo of
two medical preparations could he sus
tained for so many years. The perfoct
system upon which the business is con
ducted and the pharmaceutical arrange-
intuits for th manufacture of the ' two
receipts with which we were ade ac
quainted, aro Bulhoiently convincing to
usthat the August Flower, for dyspep.
sia and liver complaints, and Boschee'a
Cerman yrup, for throat and lung
troubles, were for the many complaints
they aro recommended, moat excellenj
remedies, and only regret that in, much
of our practice, medial ethics prevent
us from prescribing thorn without mak
ing the formulas public When we
were shown the? great quantity of vou
untary letters having ,Vn forwarded
Dr. Ureen, from all parts or thn conn-
try, and from all classes of people, law.
yers, ministers and doctors, giving a
description of their ailments, testimon
ials of their cures, etc, I feul, like Dr.
Green's suggestion that tho govern
ment accept such valuable formulas,
and license them for gsncral use by
giving protection to the inventor same
as patents generally. Copied from N.
Y. Druugists' Circular of Oot, 1880.
CniCAiio. December 4. The News'
Springlield (III.) speoial of iieo, 3d
saya! The State Eutnmologiijt, Prof,
Forbes, lays in a bulletin just issued
that elaborate experiments male iu
apple orchards with arsenical poisons,
show that an average of at least 70
per cent, of apples now destroyed or
injured hy the Codlin, moth and all
other iusn.uts may he saved to ripening
by one or two sprayings ,wilh Tans;
green made in the earl Spring whilo
the fruit is 1101 larger than a hazle nut.
Observations and analyst's have showri,
that there is noj the slightest danger
to the consumer of the fruit from pois
oning the tree thus early in the season,
when tho apples are yery smoll. Ex
periments show, however, .that late
. . ."' " V . W
poisoning is dangerous, and , further
more is without effect upon ( the Codliri
moth. Paris green was found most
effective. Experiments were' tuado un
der widely varying, conditions during,
two successive years and( on several,
varieties of fruit. , It is estimated that
the general Dsn ol thn spraying method
will effect a saving to the State in th
increased value ot tho apple crop 0
1,500.000 annually. . . , k
The most, beautiful sight, especially
to passengers from ths cold and now
frozen East, says' the Grass Valle?
(Col.) Tidings, can lie seen at Rock'
un, riacer couniyv jn vne guruen oo- (
longing to J)ina Perkins, and which in.
close hy tho railroad palf!orm(' iro four
orarign trees now loaded down with
ripe fruit. The four trees have on
them uliouif 2,000 oranges. When
Easterners gr( to Rocklin they are sure
" . " . .
to get close t3 those orange trees tni
then they ask a thousand or so ques-
tinns. Thn first thing they want to
know is if the orangci really grew 011
those trees or are they only tied on
,- Ti '. . . I ' 1 1. . t.-
for a show-.
' The Blaine. Edmunds incident has
recalled the following to the well stored,
mind of Ben. Perley Poore: "Franlt
Piefwy' when President, was so pro
voked one day by allusions to him in a
speech made in thn Senats by John f.
Hale of New IlrfVjwhire, that when,
thn Senator arul his wife presented
themselves at a reception that night at
the White House, President Pjercti
cordially shook hands with Mrs. Hale
but tsok no notice of the Senators out
stretched hand, and turning squarely
on his heel gave thn cut direct"
If Waldi-mar be diasppointed about
the Bulgarian business and wants tx-
! citement and danger, let him come to
I ' ' 1 . 1 i n ".!..'. '
! America and umpire a Vae''a!l game.