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EUGENE CITY, Oil, SATUUDAY, DECEMBER 3, I8S7.
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iPUBLISHED EVERY SATl'lil'AY.)
1 L. CAMl'ISI'LL,
I'ublisliep and Proprietor.
iiFFICKOii the Earn side of Willamette
Mrvct. a-tween Seventh nud Eighth Streets.
IVr annum. . .
Sit Milli. . .
It A'l'Ks OP AnVKlfMKlNQ
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each subsequent insertion Jl. (.'ash required
Time advertisers will be charged at the fol
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Transient notice in local column, 'JO ct nta
per line tor each insertion.
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All job work must be f.ui roiioN deuvek'v.
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law, -;
EUUEXE CITY, OREOOX.
L nBAtTlUiisi Auanniuiiusuj
f I. tin State. Will (jive special attention
to collections una probata mailers.
Office- -Over Ilendrick & Kukin'n bunk.
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
JU. PRACTICE IX THE CDURT3
S of tlie Seeoud Judicial District and in
he Supreme Court of thin State.
Sptcial attention given to collections anil
Diattem in probate .
Washburne k Woodcock
KJ.iKNU city, - - - okecon
OFFICE At the Court House. iy8iu3
ceo. a. nonius.
H. W. CONDON'.
CONDON & DORMS
Attoriic s-at-I-.au ,
EUGENE CITY, - - - ORKUOX
OKFliE Over Robinson & Church' hardware
GEO. M. MILLER,
Mtomy and Ccunssllor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Jgent.
EUGEXE CITY, - - OK EG OX.
OH . formerly occupied by Thompson ft
J. E. FENTON,
BUG EXE CITY ' OREGOX.
Special attention jjiven to Real Estate Prac
ice and Abstracts of Title.
Okkice Over Grange Store.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth .street, where Dr Shelton
Dli. JOSEPH P. GILL,
1 1AX RK FOUXD AT HISOFFICE or re
Vidence when not professionally enyed.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Preshy
j7j. WALTON. Jr.,
EUGENE CITY', OREGOX.
WILL PRACTICE IX ALL THE
Courts of the State. .
Special attention given to real estate, col
ectini;, and probate matters.
Collecting all kind of claims gainst tlie
United States GovernBient.
'ttice in Walton's brick rooms 7 and 8.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
I HAVE SOME VERY DESIRARLE
Farms, Improved ami Unimproved Town
property for sale, on easy terms.
Property Esnted and Bents Collected,
The Insurance Companii I represent are
'nnni the Oldeat aud niost Reliable, and in
the l'Hojirr andEyriTABr.E adjustment of their
!" Stand Second to Xone.
K share of your patrona is solicited.
Office up stairs, over the Oranue Store.
a V. PORKI.x
TTA3 OPVYFn a cum f iV S'lNTH
AX Street opp,wite the Star IUkerV, hie
A Urje .toclc of Fine 'loth on hand ;
'"Vueof our siwnialties is ih cv.ttioi '
-"of or rioak.
Kepiriiij. and cleaning d.me pnmift'y.
tajfene, Xor. , isi. tf
nr, nn wn.u u.r. . h n k
Ht?S HikUlli UMUMM LIU IJ 1 J I I II II lllllllll
nun iHduu u EI1BI H IV V till
, ':n 2Ss-.'- i
Is the. Place to liny Your All-Wool Clothing in
Men's, Youth's and Boys' Suits.
ALSO P.LAXKKTS, FLANNELS AND PIECE (JOODS,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. '
S.. our rnnmrkably complete nnj elegat.t now Mock, at thi lowest prices.
Hats of tin vhi-v lntctit Biyls.
Suit inudo to order nud fits (junrantn "d.
No trouMt! to sliow oods.' 1
J.AV. CII'KUUY, Walton's Urick.
mlm ' ' ill W
CL Sola Agents for Eugcns City, r) ,
7 FOR THE JUSTLY CKI.KIiliATEI) (amd '
. g -GOLD AND SILVER SHIRTS n
I frWti We are still nt the old reliable "Grange Store," fjjj
1 lO and can sell you anything Hint you want to cat vJJJ
I or wear, Tt I
Y" iheaper Than the Cheapest,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
dcaiiticiii .i npcQQ .i nnnnQih.
-I- ULHU I II UL LPIILUU UUUUU r-
From the Cheapest to the Best at
prices according to quality.
a la n;i: stock of
if g and SHOES
From the Cheapest to the Best. All parties can
be suited either as to Price or Quality.
Our assortment is Complete, from the tarred Price up to
the Finest; can suit iou if you Hire us a call.
OL'li STOCK IS
S-Frwli, ?ivv anil St Ji.itli.Ji;
' . ,. v(,r. jf WH ,n not save you
mil to you !.
A FULL LINE OF
oioii'-y, e wi
itiak honif one '1h
F. R DUNX.
Mr M. S. Il.iiulin.oiii' ot llielsl known
kluMiram-e iui ii m N.irtli Carolina, writea
troia mti:n, as lollows: ' E.t since 1
was seven carsol .e I htve hi.d what
the doctors rail hip oiv a-e, i.ud which I
rail vl.ite'swi llin:j. My hip Win drawn
out of h.s'. Tin iv was a swdlii.tf at the
knie joiiil, where ihero is a profuse rn
iiiii,', which hns Inch ihi-ro (r yeirs. Of
nurse tin- In. m i tly depli liil my sys
l in, tovrv tln r iih miiirl oh ration on
tlio li-if Ikmo-. 1 tried fvery known Mian!
purilirr to l uild up my sysi, in, I 1 1 nono
did me K"od umil 1 look S. S. S. 1 ue it
, cveiy plinii. Il iilwajs builds mu up,
(riving in.- app tilt mid ilietioii. mid en,
bles me to stand tlie loop, try in.', iiur
Tatinir, hot summer days. To me there is
no sin h iiiedicine for lurif inir the bhssl
and building up the wh-k.I systim as
8. S. S, On ustinr it I sism U'canie strong
of Ualy and easy of mind. My color
clumped from pale, Worn hsik to a
healtliy, robust complexion "
Mr. ti. S. FriM'l, nf Farmersville,
Texas, writes: " A lsuit August 1st, lNi,i,
an emptied npHured on my arms and
legs, wliirh pained me nim h aud seenuil
(o affect my physical condition jreticrally.
On the advice of a pliysiria at this place,
1 finally commiiirid u-iii Sw i(t s Speeiiio.
1 am k1.h1 to say that uficr usinr three
Inrise Uitllcs the him' have ill In aled "
Treatise on U.i'l and Skin Disca-,-
mailed free. TllK nwikt bri.ctl'ic Co.,
Drawer 3, Atl,inl,i,(I:i.
That product's that beautifully sofl com
plexion and leaves no traces of its applica
tion or iniiiriouH emeU? The answer, Win
dotn's RoWrtine nccoinplihhcs all this, ami
is pronounced by ladies of taste and refine
ment to be tint inoKt tli li(-htful toilet article
ever produced. Warranted harmless, ami
matchless. F. M. Wilkins, ntnt, F.uuelio
Delays are Dangerous.
You say, well 'tis only a sliuht cold, look
out, it may lead to an inllamatioii ol the liniiiK
Itii; of nuiuerous air itIIs of the I.nims this is
I'lieumonia. Or to siiastnodie contractions of
thy fibres of the air passages, which is Asthma;
or the ilitlamation of the lining ineinbraiie of
the throat and tube which puss through the
Limits, which in tlie first stage is called I iron
chitis, and may lead to consumption. Snuta
Abie is delicious in Havor, certain and erfect
in its result. A few doses will relieve, a thor
ough treatiueut cure the a'sive named dineases.
Every Isittle warranted by all ilniKKlat.
Don't Believe It
When told that F. M. Wilkins. tin iliuooist.
is not M-llinc; "Wisdom's Roliertino" for the
complexion, the most elegant nnd only really
uaruiicss preparation ol its kiml tu tlie
world, and (jiving a lieantifiil picture card
with every bottle.
California Cal-R Cure.
The only guaranteed cure for catarrh, cold
in the head, hay fever, rose cold, catarrhal
deafness and sore eyes. Restore tlio House
of taste and unpleasant brenth, result inn from
catarrh. Easy aud pleasant to use. Follow
directions and a cttru is warranted, by nil
druggist. Send for circulai to AHIF.TINE
MEDICAL COMPANY. Orovillc, Cal. Six
mouths' treatment for $1. CO; sent' by mail
$1.11), For sale by nil druc;ists.
Harm lor bale.
I have for sale 220 acres of land know n as
the (iillllnn far in; '' acres uood limber and
the remainder nil prairie. All under fence;
good liouso and barn; good orchard nnd
other improvements. Tlie pluco bus au
abundance of good spring water nnd is Bit
tinted olio. fourth mile from the Pleasant
Hill school house, one of the best school
districts in the county. Foi further particu
ars npplv to T. ft. Hknihik-ks.
Day and Night
During an acute attack ot Bronchitis, a
ceaseless tickling in the throat, aud an
exhausting, hacking cough, ufllict the
sufferer. Sleep Is banished, and great
prostration follows. This disease Is also
attended with Hoarseness, and some
times Loss of Volco. It is liable to be
come chronic, Involve the lungs, aud
terminate fatally. Ayor's Cherry Pecto
ral affords speedy relief and cure in cases
of Bronchitis. It controls the disposition
to cough, and induces refreshing sleep.
I have been a practising iihyslclun for
twenty-four years, and, for the past
twelve, have sultercd from annual at
tacks of Bronchitis. After exhausting
all the usual remedies
I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It
effected a speedy cure. O. Stoveall,
M. D., Carrollton, Miss.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is decidedly the
best remedy, within my knowledge, for
chronic Bronchitis, and all lung diseases.
M. A. Rust, M. li., South Paris, Me.
I was attacked, last winter, with a
severe Cold, which grew worse and
settled on my Lungs. By night sweats
I was reduced almost to a skeleton. My
Cough wn Incessant, and I freipicntly
spit IiIihmI. My physician told inn to
give up business, or I would not live a
month. After taking various remedies
without relief, I was dually
Cured By Using
two bottles of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I bin now in perfect health, and able to
resume business, after having been pro
nounced incurable with Consumption.
H. P. Henderson, Satilsburgh, Bonn.
For years I was in a decline. I had
weak lungs, and sulTcred from Bron
chitis and Catarrh. Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral restored ine to heulili, and I huvo
been for a long time comparatively vig
orous. In case of a sudden cold I always
resort to the Pectoral, and tind S-edy
relief. Edward E. Curtis, Rutland, Vt.
Two vears a'o I suffered from a Severn
Bronchitis. The physician attending
Hie became fearful that the disease would
terminate in Pneumonia. After trying
various medicines, without benefit, ho
prescribed Aver's Cherry Pectoral,
which relieved me at once. I continued
to take this medicine, and was cureU.
' Eftiv-t C'd'"ii, Ij"""I'"rt, Intl. 1t
j Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ar It Co., UwU, Mm.
Hold by ll Drug glM. Prkt 1 1 ; sU bettlM, J.
Mlf Told Ne.
She told nio not to love her,
And 1 didn't any more;
But 1 held the shade above her
A we walked upon the shore;
And 1 theu began to love her
Precisely us In fore.
She told me not to meet Iter
At moonlight on the mini;
But nothing could be sweet r
Than even tout command,
Aud so I dared to meet her
And take her by the hand.
She told Die, too, that dancing
She greatly did abhor;
But siHia we two were prancing.
The rulers of the tloor,
Aud then I wished that dancing
Would last forevermore.
She told lite that she hated
My uieau persistency,
And so I calmly waited
But scarcely left her (tee,
Hoping the man sbo hated
1 might not chauce to W.
She told uie to avoid her,
Au order I should heed;
But I, who had enjoyed her
Sweet preseuce, felt its need,
And so I did avoid her;
Her absence, yes, indeed.
She told me that to marry
Was quite against her plan;
But schemes like that miscarry,
As many another can;
So now she mean to marry,
Aud I am to be tho num.
AVis York Sun.
A king, a pope and a kaiser,
Aud a ipieen most fair was she
Went sailing, sailing,
Over a sniitiy sea.
And amid them sat a beggar,
A churl of low degtee;
And they all went sailing, sailing,
Over the sunny sea.
And the king said to the kaiser
Aud his comrades fair nud free,
"Let us turn adrift this beggar,
This churl of low degree;
For he taints the balmy odors
That blow to you and me, v
As we travel, failing, sailing,
Over the sunny sea."
"The ship in mine," said tho beggar,
That churl of low degree;
And we're all of us sailing, sailing,
To tho grave, o'er the sunny sea,
Xo, you may not, and you cannot
(let rid of tuiue or me;
And not for your crowns and sceptret-
My name is "Death!" (pioth he.
lust Like a Man.
"Last Christmas, dear John," said Mrs.
Buggius to her spouse, "you gave me a
clothes-horse and a paper of stove polish,
This yar I've made out a list of gifts which
would be appropriate for me, and you may
give me any tmo or all of them, as you
choose. I think it is better this way because,
I will be surprised and I wou't lie disap
pointed with your present."
Mr. Buggins looked over tho list and noted
regretfully that none of the articles named
wers of general household utility. "Why,
my love, these foot up f"8. Really, yi'u
know, I can't stand that. Here's a list run
uing up from hairpins to a winter cloak."
"Yes; but John, dear, you needn't get
them all; get one of them. There's a cloak
for f Xi and a love of a bonnet for One
single thing will content me."
"O, well," said Mr. Buggins, "that's dif
ferent." And lis mentally resolved to give
hor the paper of pins which the, in the in
nocence of her heart, had appended to the
list "just for fun."
Tiiie Xsiikow Oauiir Road. The passen
ger trains of tbs Portland & Willamette Val
ley road communed Inst Monday carrying
mails and will run regularly from the foot of
Lincoln street to Dundee Jtinctiun, and con
nect there with trains of the Oregoiiiau Rail
way Company, limited, for Coburg, Sheridan
and Airlie, Freight trains will commence
running late this week. Terminal facilities
at the foot of Lincoln street, though crude,
are ample and a mighty sight more conven
ient than the great transcontinental lines
furnish. The boat to connect with Halem
will be put on as soen as the upper Willam
ctte rises. Oregouiaii.
Princess Poter Karagyorgyevits, daughter
of the sovereign of Montenegro, gave birth
to a child the other day. Price Nicholas was
so overjoyed st Ibis that hn tired a revolver
from one of the windows of his castle, which
is indeed a very modest one-storied building,
whereupon his loyal subject began also!
fire, and this noisy and perhaps not alto
gether innocent loyal demonstration attained
such proportions that a( last the prince had
to send out his guards into the streets to
stop it. From a Vienna letter.
Edmund Dantes O'Neill (standing on
painted rock iu a painted ocean aud holding
uloft a dangerous looking rau-opcuer) The
world is mine! Disgusted Socialist in audi
ence (to companion) Come, Gottlieb, let's
get out of this. lie's another d d mo
nopolist ! Chicago Tribune
Faux ros Sai.k. A farm containing 3is)
acres, situated Vt miles from Eugene and
'i't miles from Irving, is offered for sale at
f lb per acre. There are 1311 acres under cul
tivation ; Hi) more is open land. The rest Is
timber laud furnishing abundance of wood of
all kinds, cliste to market. There are three
p iimI orchards on the ulaee. The soil is verv
I rich and well adapted to fruit raising. Will
be divided to suit purchasers. Apply to
J. J. Wil.TOK, Js.,
I Eugene, Citv. Or. f
! Having iiti-d arrangements with par
' ties in Portland, I stn able now to find pur
I chi e rs 'or lands, more readily than
j heretofore. If yon Lave land for sale, im
' proved or unimproved, you cannot do bet
ter than to eutrust vour business with us.
, Tcriba Mtauuabh. Yonr patronsg solicited."
B. F. Dosbis.
Fob Sale. I V) lots In all parts ot Eugene
, City with sod without houses. Price to suit
. (J io. M, Mails.
M to Rustic at he Look til.
He was decidedly rustic in appearance ami
would pass auy where for a cowboy. He was
takiug a dry smoke as ho boarded
the traiu at Abilene IU t..k .
seat near some Dallas men, and drew from
an pocsei a oox ol safety matches. lie
took one of the match.. from n. iw.v
crossed his legs nnd sw iped tlie match across
n migii liiree or lour limes, but failing to
ignite it throw it ,l..d,. .i ,....t,
which he put through the same ordeal with
precisely the same result. This time ho
uttereaacuss word and selected a fresh
match, the end nf lii, l, k.
med before raking it on his breeches. This
.1. ..:l.. i ....j . ...
......... mn.. miieu, aim i lie iiiiiu swoie some
mors and breka a half lo..n mi,.l,. ..
quick mccesslon. Oue of tho Dallas men,
who bad been watching him, said;
"My friend. Villi hit Vet t, dlfil-A tlv.A
matches on the Ikjx."
"Who's itoillU thin ItH'l.nu.)" ,.,! I,.
m ...... v , Hiit, ,1 it .rii
on breaking matches faster than ever. Jio-
bodv interrunleil Inn. unlit I,.. I,,.. I u,.
the whole box of matches without getting a
light. He then ran his hand iu his pock
et and tiahed out another nf Ilia bit til l.rntt.l
and oonin meed on it. The same Dallaaita
spoke to him of the folly of wasting matches
in thul ali.1.. ....1 ...I.I I.:... .1. .. v . . i t . .
"v"7 "uu uu u"u inai ue ungiu iry
until the crack nf (llM)Ill Alt.) lilt llStVatl Willi. I
strike a match uuless he raked it across the
I'll bet VOIl Sit) f Pftll " yulil tin. iinuiiA.
cess'ul match strike'.
"I'll take tlm luit " r.o,i;u.l i.. run...
man. Tho monev w nm im il
man went to the glass and rubbed the match
as ii I..! : I....:, i sin
i ' BIUI ikuiiwi. iu grt'en young nmn
liubteil hlH ciLar. limit in thu manuv ur.Ml.k,l
a dry, sanlonic, Mcphistophellun grin and
.n ...iiirioioH nouui ma ruinous conseijueii
ces of "betting ou auother fellow's trick.
The Nfil Grrnt 'Srnsulion.
Xew York is soon to be treated to some
expetiiuents in flying machines. A coinpauy
of sober and practical men claim that they
have solved the problem of serial locomo
tion, and they intcud to give exhibitions of
their machine at the American Institute fair
uow in session.
The flying machines I sneak of are to be
propelled by electricity. What the fabric is
built of, or what the plan of construction is,
I do not know. Ah. if we could but reduce
aluminum easily and cheaply, that would
seme me uiiHinea at once! This is perhaps
the grandest "if" that bullies science to day.
Here is a metal as strong as steel and light
as wood, and tilling the world with it
abuudauce, aud yet nobody can resolve it
save ai an expense which deprives it of com
ineroial usefulness. The largest block of it
iu the world, I believe, is the triangular cup
which crowns the apex of the Washington
I am told there are more inventors at work
ou this alumiuum puzzle than on almost auy
other. Every few weeks wo hear a shout of
"Eureka!" but somehow the metal remains
as scarce and costly as before. I could tell
a very pretty romance of aluminum if I
wished, but I won t. But the greatest ro-
malice of all will be the actual discovery of
the way to get it out of its sulk end into tho
service of mall. That done, slid we shall
soou be flying through the uir, and doing
about as we please with nature generally.
Pari of lit Brain Cone.
Andrew Cline. tho burularl who on the
night of August 1 1th was shot in the Load
by the Italian shoemaker, Calderotii, at No.
3t!'j Pearl street, was sitting np in bed this
morning when a reporter visited the Cham
ber's Street Hospital, and Dr. Wedekiml
said that iu a fortnight tlio uiuu would be
able to be sent to the tombs. Cliue was
reading a book and is iu possession of all his
faculties. The bullet is still iu his head, and
the doctors say he will be just as much of a ,
man wheu he leaves the hospital as before,
even though lie hat had two slices, Weighing
five drsclims, cut oh" his brain. To-morrow
it is hoped that Cline will bo able to leave
his bed. Nothing has been said to him con
cerning the burglary, ss it is desirable that
be should be kept as ijuict as possible.
I lie operation of removing a portion of
the braiu is not common oue, although it hits
beeu performed half a dozen times with suc
cess. About a year ago a laborer, who bad
a crowbar blown through his skull by the
premature explosion of a blast in Harlem,
was similarly treated and is still alivo and at
work. New York Mail and Express.
X. Y. Times.
Several color will not photograph that
is they come out in the negative white or
blank aud the photographing of paintings
for reproduction or engraving is, therefore,
an art. Science has, however, enabled the
transfer of the lines iu those colors ky the
me linn) of tinted glasses between the camera
and paiutilig, which retards tho travel of the
light rays, so Ihst the liuet iu certaiu colors
re secured and the work reproduced iu a
plate for eiigraviug. The work of photo
graphing paintings is common iu Paris and
Berlin, but there is only oue honse in this
city that makes it a specialty. This Arm is
uow sugiigrd in photogruphiugpaiutiugs from
the various private gain l ies li tins city lor
reproduction on copper in a volume to be
issued by a prominent publishing house.
Surgical liuhiKiifti'i at Pomptii.
Rouie Dispatch to Uiudoii News.
ThoMcavfltioiis that sre being carried for
ward at Poinpei are g'iug most interesting
results. In the beginning of tlio mouth a
wooden case wss dug up, containing a Com
plete set of surgical instruments, many of
which are similar to thosu used iu the pres
ent day. A few days laUr four beautiful
silver urns ot considerable height were found
together with four smaller cups, eight open
vase, fonr dishes oruatueut.d with foliage
and the figures of animals, aud a beaut it til
statue of Jupiter seated on his throne. Be
sides these silver objects several gota orna
metits were also found, such s earrings and
rings The exeavntions are being rapidly
bress," said Bnglt y. ith all the force
of an original idea, "does not make a nmn."
'No," replied Pompuno gloomily, at he
fingered his wife' dressmaker's bill he had
just receive!, "but it often breaks a man."