n i i ESTABLISHED FOR THE DISSEMATION OP DEMOCRATIC PRIUIfLES, AND TO EARN Li HONEST LIVING BY THE SWEAT OP Oil BMW. EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, MARCH 11), 1887. Nb. 30. VOL. A CITY (11 ARB, . U Uth I IPj ,,Jfaf City Guar. L L. CAMPBELL, -siuUer Proprietor. k. Et villa f Willamette FFLw tiwuth end Eighth IeeU. h' tt .... .,tn TERMS OF L23 .75 lkiiOPtM I. ' nott ONLY WW OF ADVKHTI81XG. j ... i.,l u follows: Oiu't inlartion $L, Cash required will be charged at the fol- A IW:t ilCI " iTlit Mic-to I'K-al column, ai) C.DW J.h intertion. . i rfilinx bill will fn lered quarterly, fiigglrtb. pa.o kk on iumjr. i . HDD IrILYEU & COLLIER Attorneys M wunseiiurs at urvi EUGENE CITY. OREGON. kUlCTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF JKVl.ir . . Will ,.!v soecial attention r tnu own " . ' rcilU.n.n.l probata matters. OrriCI-Over HandncK r.anin a oqk. CEO. B. DORRIS, Attorney ami Counscllor- at-Law, mun nMT1)Ti3 TITILL PRACTICE IS in iJu. Y of the .lacon'l Judicial District aud hi Supreme ourw.i vow , sLial attention given to collection anil Kitten in iiroliate Washburne fc Woodcock Attorney-at-LsuV uaaENEcrrv, - - - okw.oa OFFICE-At the Court House. iy8ra3 CIO. A. D08R18. 8. W. CUN1MIN. CONDON & DORMS, Attor neys-at-iau , BUGEXK C1TV, - - - OREGON- Orrics-Over Robinson & Church liarttwaie UoN. GEO. M. MILLER, ittarnay and Cnnsellor-at-Law, and Real Estate Agent. EUGENE CITY, - Ofl ice formerly occupied by Ihouipson S lean. J. E. FENTON, Attorneyal-Iaw tUGENB CITY OREGON. Siecialatteution ylvn to Heal EeUte 1'iau ice and Abstract of Title. Omeie Over Graiiga Store. lW.lIAlUiiS,M.D. Physician and Surgeon. OFFICE Wilkin's Drug Store. Kviideuce on Fifth street, where Ur Sheitou jirmerly reaideiL . Dr. T. W. Shclton, Physician and Surgeon. OfflM-Front woiu over Mat) :ck' S?ore. EUGENE CITY. OKEfJOX. DR. JOSEPH P. GILL, CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or rea idence when not professionally auaaed. Office at the POST OFFICE DRUG STORE. Residence on Eighth atreet, opiwsita Trashy erian Church. J.J. WALTON, Jr., ATTORN 7- A." T -LAV, EUGENE CITY, OREGON. WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE ( 'ourtn of the State. Special attention jfiven to real estate, col acting, and pndiate mitt.-r. Collwtiiiif all kinds of cUiina against the Uniteil Statea Government Office in Walton brick- roomi 7 anil 8. FAIR DEAUNGJS OUR MOTTO. i Everyone ntindingin neel of building mate 11 1 will do well to call and see our ( oliunr tick of lumber, kept at Midijley 4 Dysiin;er ' "actory. We (fan please all kinds of ctwtnnT quality and quantity. G,ve us a call before purchaiing elsewhere. N. N. Mathewh, At. J, DAVIS, Merchant Tailor. IT AS OPENED A SHOP OX NINTH AJL Street opposite the Star l!aker, wheie V u Prepared to do all kiuds of work offered hi lin. A laiye .tick of Fine Cloth on band for ftwtnmer to ,let fPMn. . On of nur w-ialtie i the cutting and fcakujf of Ladjr, C,k. . Repairint and cleaning' dooe promStly. Sa "U.-ti,,B (fiiarantewl. 'n, Nov, 6, tf NEW GOODS. B, DTfM'S. C5T A GENERAL A large assortment 'of La dies anil Chiklrens Hose at 12 1-2 ds. Good Dress Goddsatl2c Best lorscin town for 50c An immense stock of New ahd Seasonable Goods. Fine Cashmere in evert shade New and Nobby styles in CLOIUING. Liberal Discount for CASH. FOUND! FOUND!! That tlic CHEAPEST place to finy Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Boots and shoes, Etc. -IS FRIENDLrS. "P. S. .' Have also jus received from New York Oity a large in voice of LADIES' CLOAKS, DOL MANS, WRAPS and DRESS GOODS. mm AT mmr a. ." .i. ji ci m Four Splendid "New Scwinsr Machines T ,,, nm.rin.r tliosn iimidniieH at coHt, them Hiiy I'dionr. This is a linn opportunity to cecur on of tli.w niOHt popu lar, Lest furnil.-d, and c rtninly the imwt d-Hiraidn ot all typing Mucmnen. . T uIho olfiT tin following Imrnaiiis: Fortu Ladies' New Market Twentii-five Gents fine vvcrcoais, seudvn, rhnsp.) for l less than Cost. TIh-w arn nil i.hw, dinihlK nK and iiifii ,i,n if nni, hail to Uv thfin away I have a nui.il.er of other bargains . tion from time to tinm. F. r. PATTEKSOS. W. R. PATTERSON. F. P. Patterson Co.. Contractors, Plastering, Stone arid Brick Work. ALSO PEALERS IN Tacoma and San Juan Lime, American and English Cement, New York and California Plaster, Plstering Hair, Fire Brick, Lath, Marble Dust, Etc., Etc. ADDRESS: F. F Patterson & Co, EUGENE CITY, OREGON. OrrK-Witb Beckwith & Sea". H 11 il D Irimming silk and Sat ins in all shades Moircantiqice Silks Velvets in Colors. The finest stock of French KID SHOES ever brought to this place- BOUT ill SHOES in all grades- GROCERIES of all descriptions AT - - n i iP r n ni v. p t i t k j . Wliifc" Nickel-plated All Complete. not liaviii.' th limo or room to rlnul in Cloaks for $1 less than Cost. will pay 30 per cfiiir, on thn invrst- until txt u intr. . r -II -.11 -i to oiler and to wincn 1 win caw men CRAIN BROS. DEALERS fcslj! lD atchti arid Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc Watche, (locks, ami Jewelry repaired ,and wfrraTi'eil. Northwea corner of Willamette and Eivhth str-ets. Something New. MR GEORGE WILCOX WITH .T. A. WINTER, will make photofc-raplic enlarKe menU tiy the new Per-ent Eraadde proceM. finely Guiihed in' India Ink an! Water Colon. PHYSICIANS, Ministers, Vocalise, tuhlic 8krn ami the l'nfeini",n uenerally recxmtiirncl SANTA AlilK an the Iwat of all ineiiiinra for disease, of the Tlim.it, .Client and Lungi. BEWARE OF 1"1MITATI0NS. Set that our trada mark. SANTA AMK. ! on every bottle. Satuf action guaranteed or money refunded. 5,000 REWARD 55,000 For a better or mora iilfaxaut remedy for the cure of Conumptin, CoukIih, Anlliina, Cph, WhiHiiinc Coiitih, and llnuichial tooulile tl. an GREEN'S LUNG RESTORE K. SAN TA A HI K, AIIIETINK and MOUNTAIN RALM COUGH CURE. Not a aecret com Hiund. A complete mixture without the ad dition of any powder. LLIFORNIA il UARANTKED A I'DSITIVE CURE X for Cattrrh. Cold in the Ilwwl. Ilav Kever, Rone Cold, Cuturrlnil IK-afnnii and Sore Even. Revtoiea the neii'e of tuta nnd miielli rniiiiivrK had titxte mid iinpleaKant hrenth, re- uitiiiK from Catnrrh.' lvmy and pleoxHiit to una. Holl(iv direction and a ''lire la warraiitinl lv all dniijuv's. Send for circular to AlUh TINE MEDICAL CO., Oroville, Cal. Ask for SANTA AIUE AND CAT R CURE, For Hale by all 1rwlit. .IUM10 JUMRO. The original Aliietina Ointment l only nut up in larne two ounce tin hoxea, an1 In an au- mihite cure lor "M aore liuriiK, woiiihn, cnap ned Iiiiui h. and all nkin erui'tioiis. ill ixwi' tivrlv cure all kind of pile. Auk fertile Original Alilt-tine Ointment, Knr khIh hr a 1 1 ruu'L'iKtn. Snell, IlaitHlm k WoiKlurd, Wholetiale Aula, I ortluml, i irejioon. J. L. PAGE, DEADER IN TTAVING A LARGE AND COMPLETE I A stm k of Staple and r ancy Groceries, bought in the )est inuikcU EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH Can offfr the public better price than any other house IN EUOENK. Produce of all kind, taken at market price. 5 You Can Save time ami money by calling on STERLING HILL and lettin him renew your wlncriptiont for liewspapers, story pupir. ami mairazine. lit also keeiH a oomnlHta stock of Magazines, in rliulinu Century, Harper, Leslie etc All the onuLir libraries, rwasnle. loveiis. nianilani f unrna anil oilier. In f.iet avervthimr lisil ally found in a 1st clan new depot, P O liiiild intf, r.uuene. B.F.DOERIS, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. T HAVE SOME VERY DES1RARLE X Farms, Improved and Unimproved I'owu pioperty for siile, nn easy terms. . r Propcrtj Sentcd and Bents C lloctcd 1 ha Insurance CuiniunieH 1 iviiresiit nra amoni; the (ddest ami inv't Relhihle, and ,i the Prompt anl EyriTAH',1; adjustment ot the loaae HTAirn riECoND to tlNZ.. . share of your patr"iiH"Mi soliciteil. Office up Btaiin, over the Grange Store. ( - II. F. DoliKIS. INSURANCE. WE HAVE l.KKN APPOINTED agents f"r the I ii.urann Companies for rawly held hy Mr ( ha Lauer, and are lre pared to insure ynur IIo:s3. Barn. Wheat. Wool. Etc-, Etc against bs by fire, and can (five you dioice of m of the 1!kt ( oupahim o.e rum Coabt. ready and willim; In pay losrti promptly. We ask f'T the liberal oatmnage enknded to Mr Lauer. llrMjBicKa & L.uik. Sou leu Bill Nye's Budget. AdiiKviLLK, X. 0, FhK 23. That portion of AhIiwII.i niht of the Itranch and known as lilufl river and Hell's lalf Acre is Nettled tiy colored people, ho claim that that they ar not prop erly represented in thf preRa of the country, I met a resident of Ulue river yesterday, who hilterly denounc- d the press for ignoring that part of tho city, and asked me if I thought it was 'right I said it certainly was unfiti'r and I would do all I could to rectify the evil if ha would give me a ew ol the more important items of j . . ... news trom this quarter. 1 give those ttfltiin lielow, striving as nearly as pos sible to use his own language- and de nying myself the use of thosn attrac tive terms which usually emliellish tuy own work. The colored people held a hall at the Iluncombe Tobacco Warehouse last week which was a great success. Music was furnished hy Mr. Clem Washing ton's Harmonica Band. Mr. Wash- ngton has a mouth that is peculiarly fitted to the larger or adult size of hir monica. The festivities were kept up till a late hour, after which we all went home highly pleased with the enter tuinniont. Several were heard to re mark that it was tho best party they were ever to. Mr. Flu in Levi has bought the old ink ham place at Sandy Muih and will kill his dog this spring and other wise beautify the place. P. Henry White, the colored dnlegate roin Upper Hominy, was in town yes- erday, with a load of noist ellum wood and an unskun possum, Mr White has been contfnod to his room for two weeks with a misery in his Hide. Mr. Wendell Phillips Johnson, the kalsomime maestro from Last Side, near Hell's Half Acre, says that Pizen Ivy avenue is soon to be widened so hat the Blue River Bicycle Club can ride their philosophers the whole length of the avenue without Bk inning their knees on both sides. Mr. Johnson al so informed your correspondent that he would soon be married again. His only re naming' wife died on his hands three weeks ao from tatty degenera tion! of tlm microbe Mr. Johnson now hasn't a wife to lay his jaw to, Abe Pilson and Emancipation Adams, two members of the Tar-Heel Coon Bind, got into an altercation last week while reluming from a colored german on tlm Bottoms, at Freedom lieasely's place. From words they s inn arrived at razors, ana, wnen up near the Cup, Abe playfully asked Surrender Williams, whether he would take some of the light or some of the dir', aud thereupon carved Emancipa tion in an obliqe iiiunner, about north by northwest, as the crow flies, front the wish bone to the waioli-pocket in such a manner as to let the moonlight in on Ins works. Friends1 hus to put his vest on hind side beiire to keep him from inalong th frontispiece of an almanac of himself. At first it was thought that Emancipation had been serio'irsly injured, but Surrender Will iams, who plays the first fiddle, took thn A string from his instrument antl sewed up Mr. Adams in a neat and tasty manner,' bo that if the fiddle string hud matchl-d the poods in color you couldn't have told where the stitches had been taken. Adams is doiny; well but will have to confine himself to coarse food till the wound heals. Your correspondent acknowledges the receipt of a lurge gob of sweetened wedding cake, with frosting on top done up irf a nat pocket handkerchief, with the compliments of Mr. and Mrs Aleck Beeson, of Sandy Mush Town ship. Call again, Aleck. Henry Cly Bean has bought a lot in Blue riv.-r and will open a bar ber shop for the elite, Mr. Bean is the man who endeared liimslf to the American people last year by eating glass over the iiom de plume of Bill Jones. The colored people at the Poor Housm organized Browning club last week with ih'rteen members. Much pleasure is anticipated for the future ot. ihi-HH merlin"". J- Mr Alon'zo Wright Baroto Freckled Yam Branch, ia making a flying trip to Yancey County, this State, He will not return while the Grand Jury is in session here. George L. Barnacle, who was on the County Board last year, it ia rumored wil) have a foreign appointment at the hands of thn president soon. It ii not yet known where it will be at. Soma think he will lie appointed American Minister to Minneapolis. , Last week E. Fluria Peterson, ot Pizen Ivy avenue, while trying to ex. amino thn wick of thn electrio lamp in front of his estate, burnt hia 6ngera in a shocking manner. Mr- Peterson ia the local humorists of Blue River, ana has contributed a number of jokes to, the press of North Carolina, from which hohas been unable to learn any. thing since. He says that the differ", once between these jokeleta and his fingers is that the former are read and. burnt, while the lattor are burnt and, reed. He has acted that way ,eyer since he permitted a brick warehouse to fall on his head while a child. He is not injurious and ai, times has, lucid. intervals, during which ho lays himself cisin by tampering with industry. Bill Nrt la Eminent Ana Fauci Awjt, A New York dispatch of the 8th itiHi.. says; Henry Ward Beechor began to sinlc slowly after midnight and the watchers at his bedside soon saw the end waa near. Beeclier possnii -juietly away while asleep. He never recovered con sciousness after paralysis stupiGed hia mind. He died at 9:30 in the morning in the presence of most of the members of his family. Dr Searle said he had noticed a chonge in tho patients con dition at 5:30 a. m., and summoned all in the house to his bedside momentary ily expecting his death, but he lingered. much longer than had been thought, possible. He passed away gradually and almost fm perceptibly ,drawing his. last breath without apparent suffering or return to consciousness in any de gree. Mrs. Beecher lore up wondor fully and with marvellous courage. No crape was hung on the door, the de- ceaced having always objected to the use of it and to the gloom associated with it in the presence of death. In stesd a ! magnificent wreath of flowers hung to the left side of the doorway at the top of tho stoop composed of white atul red roses and lillios of the valley, tid up witliisatin, , . y News of Beecher's death 'spread very quickly to all parts of the city. Brook lyn Boon became a city of mourning, even thosn who did not always concur with Mr Beecher in hia views had UfJ hesitation in expressing thoir deep re-, gmt at his death'. As a mark of re-; sped to' his memory flags on all the, public buildings were placed at half mast and Mayor Whitney bad the city bell tolled. Demote of Jug Drinking! A well known opticianthis iff the way you describe any person whosef name you do not know and of whom you never heard says that the increase in the noiriW ' persons using glasses is fully 33J per cent oyer previous periods. This is certainly very enoour aging news to the temperance people. It at least indicates a go of refine ment You doubtless remember the slory about the Good Templars whe were marching down the street, bearing a banner with the appropriate inscrip tion, "We benl the knee, but not the elbow." But there was art old fellow holding up a tree box while he viewed, the procession nis" temperance charter had expired a year or two before, and he hadn't fiad time to' renew; he was about two thirds full. He looked at the banner and deciphered the inscrip-i, lion with great disgust "Aw yes,, hesaul: "you bend tho hic--knee, but not the-hic-elbow. I know you doi That cornea of this beastly habit of drinkin' out of thn liupgl" Burdotte. aoakd',,, , To all who an ulferlng from the error and Indiacretk u of youth, nervou weakne, early decay, low of manhood, Ac, I wlUeend a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. Thi irreat remedy wa discovered by a nil lonarr in South America. Bend a aelf-ad, ,lr-l rriVMlmw to tha RlV. JoatfHT. lNUf, of Station D Niw YACity. !