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ESTABLISnED FUR THE DISSE31I.MTI0S OF DEMOCRATIC rSlXCirLES, AND to BAM U HONEST LIVING BY TUB SWEAT OP OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2D, 1887.
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5Uf (Sttflcae City flfrirfl.
L L. CAMPBELL,
publisher and Proprietor.
IWIC'E-Od the East of Willamette
jg between Seventh and Eighth Street.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Three month. .
" ODE ONL
KA.TK9 OJ ADVKHTISINQ.
AdrertUemenU Iriierted a follows:
n. sniiare, ten liuei or lew one Insertion S3:
$ , Subsequent Insertion 8L Cash required
UTfJe"i'ertiaeriwmbechrSeat the fol-
Tiu"thre monthH '. . Sj 00
Oo.q"M'X mimtU. W
0K,,,re .me year . .... ... . . . .. . . -. 1- 00
Transient mn i
sr line lr each insertion.
. . i.iil.. u-ill tia rn(lired nuarterlv.
All job work must be paid kob dm deliveky.
C. JI. COLUKH.
BILYEU & COLLIER
-Attorns'3 M Counsellors at Law,-
'BtJGEXE CITY". OREGON.
PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF
this State. Will give special attention
o cellectione nl probate matter.
OfKICE-Over Jlendrick & Eil;in' bauk.
. CEO. MORRIS,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE C DrRTS
of the Second Judicial District and in
he Supreme Court of this State.
Special attention given to collection and
Batten in probate
Washburne & Woodcock
ftfGKSB CITV, - - OREGON
OFFICE-At the Court Hoime. b'Sm3
GEO. M. MILLER,
ittarnsj aad Cssllr-at-LaT, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY", - OREGON.
Office fonnerly occujiled by Thompson
Si E. PENT ON,
JSUENE CITY OREGON.
SpecUl attention iivm to Real Estate l'rao
ice and Aiwt..u'U oi l itlj.
OriTICE Over Grange Store. ....
Physician and Surgeon,
Wilkin's Drug Store.
ltvaidence on Fifth itreet, where l)r rihelMu
Dr. T. W. Slielton,
Physician and Surgeon.
EOOilS At Mrs. J. B. Underwooil
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
CAN BE FOUND AT IIS OFFICE or re
idence when not pnifeanionally engaged.
Ottice at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opjxwite Preby
J. J. ALTOr, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL TILE
( 'ourts of the State.
Special attentiou given to real entale, col
ctioif, and probate mutterx.
Collecting all kind of claim against the
United StaU- Oovernnient.
OUice in Walton' brick room 7 ami 8,
S. W. CONDON,
Allorncy-at-La w ,
EUGENE CITY, - - - OREGON.
OmcE Opposite Walton' Brisk.
ON IMPROVED FARMS FOR ATERM
of yeara. Applf to
EUGENE CITY, - - OREGON
Office up tai in Walton' Brick.
TITE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED
f f acenu for the InnrnceC'mi3ia f-r-Weriy
beld by )IrCha Iuer, and are pre
)rad to insure your
Etcm. 2ra-WliM- Wool.- Eis. Els-
aL-aimt l-m by fm, anil can cive T"U choice
"I ne of th Btvr OiiiPASit!, us th: '-'oast.
rtady aiwj willin to py In- pron.ptlv.
,W vie f.T t;,e lilwril patrniiat-e extended
Htl'MlE? L E.1.K1N.
That tlio CHEAPEST place to buy
Dry Goods, Clothing Hats
Boots and shoes, Etc.
P. S. Have also just received
from New York City a large in
voice of LADIES' CLOAKS, DOL
MANS, WRAPS and DRESS
PEJSIGRA, WHEELER CO,
Continue to Exchange Merchandise of alb
Kinds at the Lowest Cash Prices for Cash or Merchantabl
Produce of any kind at the Highest C'ash Prices
Give them a trade
PENGRA, WHEELERS: CO.
Continue to furnish Lumber, Lath and Shingles
to order at the lowest current rates, delivered at
the Mills, on board cars, or at Eugene Oity.
Leave your orders with J..M. Hendricks, Agent
at Eugene City, or send to the Mills direct.
PENGRA, WHEELER & CO.,
Continue to pay tlie highest price
in Cash for wheat at their Mill, and
to -furnish flour and feed- at the
Lowest market r&tes for Cash .
Special attention to Exchange and Custom Grinding.
Take thiiim a gkist.
AVING OPEIfED A' NEW SADDLE
. west of Crain Bios'., I am now prepared
Are employoil, and I will MiJeovor to give Hatisfaction to all wlo ma favcr
me with a call.
r. r. PATTEIiaO.N.
W. B. PATTERSON.
Plastering, Stone and
ALSO HF.U.EIW TN
Tacoma and San Juan Lime,
American and English Cement,
New York California Plaster,
Plstering Hair, Fira Brick, Latn,'
Marble Dust, Etc, Etc.
F. F Patterson & Co,
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
Omct With Beckwitb 4 Son.
Sare time and tn?y by calling on
a-iil lettinz him rww yor nhrripintn for ,
aw.;-r, slorr pr sml pissschi, lie I
keps cmpl-t iitock f.f M'azines, in
'rinilioirOntnry, Harp. l-li tc All tle
rmpnltrbis-aH. Sevide, ly.ve.U. Ft an: lord, .
' Stnr and rxrs. In. f ev-rj-Ain nn
I i$j f.smd i4 1 ' -.' neirs v 'J
AND HARNHS PKCP 0 8'Ji KTifi
to furnish everything in that line at the
'; -i"1', .' v .'I""' S"?'"
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Musical instruments, Toyi, Notions, etc
W'stnlie. Clocks, and Jewelry rrnlrl and
nrme'i. Northwes corner of VillanietU
nd Eighth struts.
FAI3 DEALI23j3 OUR BOnH
Evervnne ttuidins in need of bnildini mate-
iai will do w-ll t.i call and see our t'obunr
ty;b of Itnih.-r. ke-t at Mi 1,'ley ft Dysinirer's
m-Utt. V ran p!e4e ail kimls of customers
n fi'iality and quantity. :e us a onll liefore
puriH;ainj ejirwhrre. i. AlAiHEnn, Aid.
SHILOH'S COUGH n.l Concuiptii n''nr
is solil hy n on a (,-iurantee. It cure C'on-
SI.EEM.E'S NIGHTS. m.vUmiwral.U bj
that terrible C itnh. Miil-b's Cere is thrt su
rly f it you.
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MINISTERS, VOCALISTS. rWLIC
Speakers ami the Professions generally
recoromrnd .ANI'A AlilEaatlm bnt nf all
medicine for ditejuo of the Throat, Client
and Luiix. , , .
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, .
See that our trade nia-k, SANTA ABIE, t
on every bottle, SutUf action guaranteed or
i -j- 114. m v..1
85,000 REWARD 13,000
For a heller or more nleasaut remedy for the
cure of Consumption, Uougha, Atlnna, Cmup)
Whoo-.inif ('minh. and liroiichisl trouble
ilsnfikKEN'S l.tlXd RESTOKKK. SAN-
TAAIUK. ABIET1NE an,l MUUATA1N
BALM (' UG It CI' UK. Wot a secret com
iH'iinil. A coiniili'te mixture without the ad
dition of any powders.
iiJARAXTKED; A POSITIVE CURB
Of for Cut .Hi, Cold iu the Head, Hay
Fever, I'ose Cold, Catarrlml Deafness anil Sore
hyes. llertoirs the feuse oi ial nun smell
reinnvra bail taste and miiileasaiit breath, re
suiting frniii Catnrrh. Easy and pleasant to
use. Follow direction ami a cure is warranted
lv nil drnlts. Send for circular to AKIK
TINE MEDICAL CO., Oroville, CaL Ask
8 A NT A ABIE AND CAT-R CURE,
For ale by all drtiist.
The orlyliml Abietine Ointment i only put
up In Inrue two ounce tin lxe, aim u an bd
solute cure for old sores, burns, wounds, chsp
iw.J Ii,iiiiU .ml hII al;in erill'tions. Will lwl
tively cu: all kinds of piles. Ask fur the
Onuinal Aim tine Ointment
For sale by M dj-iiMfists.
Snell, Heitshn . Wwxlaril, Wholesale AtfU,
SIUL'JH'S VITALIZE!'. Is what you need
foV Constipatiun, Ia of Appetite, Dir.riness,
and sll fvniutoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
70 cents per wniie.
REV T M DERBY, of Llndm, N. Y.,
sbvs: "The Oilmore An-niatio Win pioved
a great Messing to my wife." At Osbuurn 4
THTJ.rRETTIEST LADY in Olenn was
asked what made her complexion so clear and
lieaiitiful. 1 saiil it was hy iwlnij uiimore
Afoinstio Wine, at Osbuin and Co'.
fiMKnKTIIK MOST NOTED European
phvsioian said: Aennilgia wn the prayer of
mliseased nerve for liealtliy lilomL Us till-
mors' Aromatic Wine for the blood.
MRS. Li LOO MIS, of Elba, N Y, writes
us that sho was sick lor six mourns, was iu.
diicrd to try (Jllmore' Arnmatlo Wine and
four bottles cured her. At Osburn and Co'.
REV H B EWELL; of Pavillion, N Y. say
of Oilmore' Aromatic Wine: "1 bellev it to
be a moNt desirable remedy to be placed iu
THE WIFE. MOTHER and MAID who
miftVrs from Femnle Weaknes and Debility,
will lind Oilmor.' Aromatic Wine a positive
cure. Soid by Osburn aud Co., druggists.
QlLMuRE'S AROMATIC I a great snc
oess, theref re we challenge the world to pro
dues iU equal a a restorative d.r woman.
PVV W FISK P.EOUA. of Aurora, 111.
"I tisvs iiiu.il Oilmore's Aroinatio Wine
am) find it an exo-Ibnt household remedy that
none ought to uo wiinnuu
REV HARRIS PECK, of Pavillion, N Y
savs. I ws troubled with Alolaiia. Bowe
liiiKi.Itu .ml iVoi.luss nkdits which I found
w is wearing me out. After taking Ammallo
Win two days I renlized t-reat relief, sleeping
chrsrfully rrcommend it to suffering Lumant
ty. For sale by Osburn -nd Co, Eugene.
. i ..ii.uMu'iua I., tni iik s ni-w man. i
Tax N dice.
Tax pavers will Uxe notice that I will be at
the usuuf voting place of the respective pre
cinct of Lane orunty from 10 oclock a m un
til S o'clock p n of each day for the purpose of
collection oi UXe lor me year ioou, a iui
lows, tn wit:
Snringfield, Monday, " . 31,
Middle Fork, Wednewlay, Fell. 2, '
Fall Creek, Thursday, " 3. '
L.tVallev, . Friday, . " 4,
Pleasant Hill, Batiuday, "' C, '
Mohawk, 'luesilay, , " 8. "
Camp Creek, Wednesday, 9,
Jiiuction, Fridnv, JI.
Hazel Dell, Katurday, 12,
Mckenzie, Monday-, r " U, '
Florence, Tile lay, " 15,
South Eugene, Wednesday, 1.
North Eugene, Thursday, ' 17,
Wildcat. Frldsy, H.
Lake Creek. Suturdry, 1,
Tax ayers take notior of the following law.
page 7l(J, -tion 6, Law of Oregon: "If
any per. residing in such precinct slisll fail
.iL-nH hul1i time ami place and my his ni
her Uxe. rich delinquent uwV py the am
at th. cnu' ty et t the Sheriff, and if he fails
to pay within thirty day,, a for.-sid. and
the hheriff vi-its his nsidenc, the rSbentf may
collect of such person for his own us teu
oenU per mile, going and returning.
Joh M. SlA!.
Sheriff and Tax Collect. for Lane To., Or.
TfxWPi ltre fretful. reT'sh.
A3v'VW erom, or truul.U-J wuo
Windy Colic, Teething l'sdna, or
Bwtuacb. DUorders, aa bo p urred
at ooco by ttninff Acker' Buby pout her.
It contain,? po Opium cr Morphlnej,
Leuce U ife. Trie 25 cent, c'uld, by
Oeburn & Co, E'lgou.
The eatt h blooming! Yea, a rose,
Vast a the heaveus, soft a a kiss,
Sweet aa the prvsenoe of a woman, U,
Rise and reaches, and widen and grows,
Large and luminoui' up fmm the eea
And out of the lea) aa a bloasomlng tree.
Richer and richer, to higher and higher)
Doeper and deeper It Uke its hue;
ltrightet md brighter It reache through
The ip of heaven and the place of itars, .
Till all I rich a a nwe van be,
And my row leave fall Into billow of fir.
Then beam reaoh upward a arm from the
Then lanoe and arrow are aimed at me,
Then lance aud ipangle and Urs and bar
Are bniken and ihlvered and itrewn nn the
And, around and alwrnt me, tower and sptr
Start from the billow like tongue of 6 re.
i Spann!) Bunaazn Slag.
"America docs not contain dl of tlie
rich self-made n.ru," said Mr, Malloy,
a mninlr of th British IIouho of Com-
monn, to a rnportur the otlmr (lay.
"Spain, whore th ' class larrir are
viry Btrict and thn poor man is likely
to remain always1 poor; contains a oimi
lar case to your Uonatizit Mackay. lie
is now called the Marquis of Almnn-
itora. Thirty years ago ho was a com
mon laborer in a mine, working for 30
cents a day, the average rate) of wages
paid in Spain, for ordinary workmen.
Now hn has an income of 400,000 a
year, 12,000,000. He saved tip a lit.
tin money out of hi wayes, induced
two or three of his companions to join
him and they located a mine. Al
though ignorant, he had good judgment
of tho value of a siinn. Success at
tended their efforts and after a lime
the future Marquis bought out his
companions, lie is one q( the richest
men iu Spain to-day. He bought the
the title of Marquis to please his wife,
and aim rewarded1 htm by moving to
Pari) and trying to spend his income.
The Marquis gt little good out of bis
wealth. Jie wonts aimosc as nam in
the mines a he did when lie only re
ceived 30 cents a day. Near his prin
cipal mine is a desert about twonty
miles across. It is as dry M a bone,
and nothing wilf ftrow there except
cactus, in tlie center ot mis piace ne
tins built a magnificent residence, lie
hasn't a neighbor within ten miles, and
the water for tli'o house his to lie car
ried there. Ha is not happy, I aro
told, and is painfully ennnomical in his
own liainta jus cniei exoitement con
. t . V
itista in growling at his wife for spend
ing half of his income, but as his scold
ing is done at a distance, I presume
she doesn't mind." N. Y. Times.
i Tito Pffildcnt llrlpt a Alan.
The President and Mrs. Cleveland
had fuirlv seated themselves in their
pew when a gentleman and lady,' st ran
gers, entered and were given the pew
directly in front of the President.
The stranger kept quiet until Dr. Sun
derland opened the' sermon, when he
arose and made an' effort to remove his,
heavy overcoat. The stranger wan; evi
denlly nervous in the presence of tho
Chief Magistrate and his pretty bride
and while tugging at his overcoat was
securing a good look at the distinguish
couple behind him. So abstracted was
he that his Prince Altert coat adhered
to and came off with his overcoat, and
the man s'tood in the presence of the
congregation in hishirt, sleeves, Th
situation was discovered by pverylody
at the same moment) and a titter ran
throu'h the congregation, which gradu
ally developed into a laugh, when the
iioys near the door took in the scene.
The President siiiilid broadly, while
Mrs. Cleveland conceaVd her grins lio
liind her handkerchief. Tin? minister
became so affected that he paused to-
dilute his'smilo with a glass' of water.
It was such a sudden' and unusual
scene thut fverytady was , convulsed.
The stringer's wife hwtily sprang to
his irelief, and they both straggled fain.
fully to skin the overcoat oil the unir
coat. In this a;t several failures were
made,' until the President reached
across the pew and held on to one of
the sleeves, while) the gentleman and
!.,! in., 'ml until t he two CoaU were
separated. The stranger quickly put
his under ccat, and quielm w was
Foa rW-.-lSO lot. in all parts of Eugene
City with and without bouse. lTi.- v ..m.
W. W. Colt's Three Duiii.
When Circusman Cole sold his st,ocl;
in New Orleans recently thrpa, dun,
ring horse that he Lai) owned for years
went with tho others ny mistake.. Air,
Cole at onco bought them back, saying
that he would never consent to hate
the horses become . the property of ant N
one who would make them work, and
that he had decided to put them to
painless death. He proposed bleeding
them to death, but W. IX Leonard,
liveryman, suggested that theuneof
chloroform would be a better and less
painful :uode. This was finally decided
upon, .and a reliable man procured,
who was to have performed the opera- -
tion. They were all collected in, , thf
circus tent. There was Cole, Leonard,
the riders and the clowns, the ring-;
master, the tumblers and leapers, and
the three pet dunsi Culling the little
mare by name he told her to kiss them.
all good bye. Tho intelligent animaj
stretching forward her . head4 kissed. '
eoch one. This was more, than jhej
could stand, and the sacrifice was put
off. Cole had no place to take tlem to,
so Mr. Leonard promised to' find some
one who would assume charge of them,
under a gu' iran'.ee never to work thorn,
but to beep them in good order until.
old age should claim them for tho
grave. . ' . " .
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Election of Uuiicd Stale Senalun.
It seems as if the election of Upited,
States senators directly by the people
was now upon us. There is an atmos
phere of easy acceptance of the idea,
every where, That two-thirds of tho
legislatures of all the Staies will recoup
mend it to Congress Is' very likelyv IJut
will two-thirds of the IT. S. Senate
conou'r in Hubhiitting such amendment
to the.legisluturehl Will the Million,
aire Boss Club surrender their maciin.s,
Jury tHhn people! There's tho rub,. 1
requires two-thirds of each house .of,
Congress to propose amendments. The,,
only ether means of amendment is by,
the legislatures of two-thirds of tho,
States applying.' to Congress to call
National Convention for, proposing
amendment1, . which amendments, musV
then bo ratified by the legislatures or. ,
by constitutional conventions, of threo
fou'rlhs of the States. ,., It 'may require(
a great popular revolution to unseat
the Millionaire Bosses, but the rum
bling of the popular: dissatisfaction
over thetr purchase of that branch of
Congress can plainly bo heard. Portt
land Democrat. i 'w
; . ' ' '
The ' Portland Telegraiii , Bays: , Tho .
noxt thing we are likely to have in the
very near future is street cars running ,
by electricity. Mr. Geo., W. Weidler,
is'nbw'on his way to Cldcagp where hof
goes In the ( personal interest of bis
great ' Iniprovement. ' His principal,
purpose is to make careful examina-r
lion of the practical workings,, opera-
tions, eta, of the system of propiUing.
street carst by moans .of the "subtle.
fluid." Mr. Weidler has devoted soinof
time and thought on this project and,
he is thoroughly convinced that it is
not only feasible, but more economical
(ban the old plan of horse power.( It.
is claimed that tho First street line can ,
be operated successfully with electricity
at aostof just one-half what it is now
cirs in use on that jinecan be continu
ed under the improvement. There is
tlso these additional advantages: Tho
peed can 1st greatly increased and the
conductors can remain inside the cars .
all the timo and not bo required to go
out to collect fares, '.---
, Henry V. Grady, the Atlanta edi
tor, who made a brilliant speech at tho
New England banquet in New Yorlc
rwently, is Mng put forward hj
Georgians as Democratic' candidate
for Vice President with Cleveland.
Boston woman suffragists are greatly
encouraged. The women who went to
the polls to distribute "no licertse" bal .
lots were politely treated, as a r'ufe th.
'lKys" suspei.i!id smoking in tbeir
McDonough county, HI, '
a iw.litical curiosity. In 1S?1 it gave
, r.,A , 7ft f.lp. .j Rlains the
U vute wnH
:,rH nt tip gn inch party g"!'"-,