J ESTABLISHES FUR THE MSSE1IMIM OP OEIOCUTIC PIU JINES. AND TO EARS AS IIO.VEST LIVING BY f M SWEAT OP OCR BHOW. VOL.10. EUGENE CITYh OR, SATUltDAY, frEHHUAttY 5, 1887. NO. 24; TY mr 3fue ty Guard. 1. L, CAMPBELL, PublUUrr mid Proprietor. OFFICE On the Kait tide of Willamette Street, between Seventh and Eighth Street. teems of Subscription. p,r annum... t;jx Month... 'lire month. $2 50 , 1.25 .78 OUaoNL UA.TK3 OF AOVEHTISlQ. Advertisement inserted a follows: Una square, ten liues'or less one Insertion $3i each niliHXueiit insertion 91. ' Cash required iDTim advertiser will be charged at the fob n. snuare six mouths W i ..ne ve:ir 1.' (W Transient notices in jiical column, 20 ct ut TftlWa rendered T,arterlv. All inn work mint le paid fob ox .ki.ivkhv. All j U BILYKU. ' C. M. COLLI Ml. BILYEU & COLLIER -Attorney! n J . Counsellors at Law,- EUUEN'R CITY", OREUONi rsHACTICIS IN ALL THK 1'OUKTS OL' I this State. Will (five special attention o collections and prubute matter. OrricK--Over Hendrick A Eakin's bank. CEO. B. D3I.RIS, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, yitill PKAcricrc in the cjukts y f of the Second Judicial District ami in be Supreme Court of tins State. - Sptcial atfcntlon given to collections Hiid niatters in iimhate Washburne & Woodcock Attorneys-.!-! a 1 4 KU JlfiNK CITY. - - -' OFFICE At the Court House. Oil Hi": ON CEO. M. MILLER, r Mtorna; aiJ Ciuajjllr-at-Latfi and Real Matt 4$eiit. i EUOENECirV, - OliEUOV. Onioe fiirinct'ly ricoupldl by Thompson & Beam J E. FENTQN, fiUr.S.VKCITY OIU'-OON. Speei l itt)iitim given t Heal Estate i'riio ice and A.Mu'aeh ni I'itle. OrKlcK Jver lir m,'e Store. T.W.IIAlli;LS,M.D. Pnsician and Surgeon ( . OFFICK Vii:i5n'3 Drug Store. leiduiice on Filth etreet, where Dr Sheltmi ( murly reidetL Dr. T. W. Slielton, Physician and Surgeon, K00iIS-At Mrs. J. UmlcrWood: . EUCENE CITY. OKKUON. DLL JOSEPH P. GILL, CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICK or res idence when not iwofesnionaUy enjjed. Uttice at the j . POST OFFICE DRUG STOHK. i llesidcnce on Eyhth rtreet, opposJts Presby 'erian Church. J.J. WALTON, Jr., ATT OR 1ST Y-AT-LAW, EUGENE CIT Y, OHEGON. WTihh rnArncE in ALL THE 'ourU of tiie .Slnto. Secial attentimf eiven tr rcid estate, col-' wtini,', ami prol)M uiatt'-rn. lleetitnf 'l binds of clainm against Jhe United States (iirvernment . Office in Walton's brick rooms 7 and 8. S. W. CONDON, Attorncy-nt-Lau , JUGEXECITYV - - - OREGON. Omcg-Opposite Walton's Brbk. .pONEYTO LOAN 1 0X.IM PROVED FARMS TOR A TERM i" " years. Apply to ' ; Micrwood I5urr, tTGENE CITY, - -r ORECJON OSce up suir. in Walton's Lrick. INSURANCE. "1TE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED ' wnu for the Iiuoirance Companies fur 2T?.h!,hy Mrt'hM Laner, and are pre prw to injure your 22, Barn, Wheat, Wool, Zto, Etc- J ' n hT fir, and can nive you choice wit of tl i(EsT f,isr vmw os thi Coakt. u-T Uin; .':'" ft Mr Larwr. i l 'he lilieral patnna;e extended Hwumoks & Easi.v. ' Tbat ilio CHEAPEST place to buy Dry Goods, Boots and -18 FMENDLY'S. - frTTYl TtfftTTT Vnwlr from New York VOiCG Of . LADIES i , . JT, jmwis, witarB and DKJSSS GOODS. AT SPRINGFIELD, PENGRA, WHEELER. CO, Continue to Exchange Merchandise of all Kinds at the Lowest Cash Prices for Cash or Merchant all J'roduce o any kind at the Highest Cash Prices Give them a trade AT SPBMGBIELD, PENGRA, WHEELER & 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 City. Leave your orders with J. M. Hendricks, Agent at Eugene City, or send to the Mills direct, .1 PENGRA, V7EEELER & 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. attention to Exchange and Custom Grinding. TAKE THTilM A. GUIST. Harness Shop HAYING OPENED A NEW SADDLE AND HAKNFFS M1CP 0 flh f l'HE ,west of Crain liios'., 1 am now prepared to fnruinh everythiu in that line at the . LOWEST.RATBS. . TIih Most Compel ent Ar pm ployed, and I will "nJYavor to nm with a call. r. f. PATTERSON, W. Ri PATTERSON. Contractors, Plastering, Stone and Brick Work. ALSO HEALERS IN Tacoma and San Juan Lime, American and English Cement, New York and Californ'a Piaster, Pistering Hair, Fire Brick, Lath, Marble Dust, Etc, Etc. ADDRESS: F. F Patterson & Co, EUGENE CITY. OREGON. OmcE With Beckwith & Si . You Can Save time and money by calling no T Ell LING HILL Kid letting him reoesr your .ubwrlptinns for newaier, story papni and maeuinr. Me also kefp. a complete stock of Matzin", in linlinir Century, Hn""r, Llie etc All the pnpnl.r lihrarifs, Seid, IoveIl. Staudanl, Munnie and others. In fact evrythin? n.n- ' ally found in a lit claw news depot, P O Builil- ini, Eune. F.r.nttonoB'i Co. Something lew FOUHDH- Clothing, Hats, shoes, Etc. AT- M:,-. City a larerein- CLOAKS, D OL" L . Workmen give satiHfaetion to ill win ma favcr A. A. CIJllllII!. . - - Via - L'&LasVa GRAIN BROS. D2ALER3 I!f J Valfhf ami Jewelry, Musical instruments, Toys, Notions, etc Wati'bcs, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and wtr-anol. Northwest corner of Willamette lid Eighth streets. FAIR DEALING IS O'JR MOTTO. Evmi'itK .finding in neel nf building mate Shi will ilo Well to cull and see our Culinnr Ft"cVc of Inrrilier, kept at Mhl'ley t I))'iiiiiiT' factory. We can please all kinils nf cnstoinvs n quality anJ quantity. , (iive as a call Ix-fore purchasing elstwbere. N. N. MatHEWN, AkL PlIILOHSCOt:GH and Consiimpt ion Cure is S..I.I tiy us on a t'liarantee. It cures Coo uinption. I SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by i that terrihle couh. ShiluVi Cur it threm- I iylf if you. ' ill I PHYSICIANS, riNISTEKS, VOCALISTS, I'UBLIC XT L Speakurs anil the Prnfesii (fenersllr renimfiid SANTA AI'.IK w the bent of all iixdirine fur diiese of the Throat, Chest abl Luns. v: BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. 3 tlut nt trade mark, SAS'I'A AWE, is rth every bottle. SatUfwti.in tViMalitced or ftimy rtWndod. .-,000 REWARD $5,000 For a better or more ideasant remedy for the cure of Consumption, Coughs, Asthma, Croup, hiHi;,inu' t oiiKh. 'ami Jlroncliial troiililrs tl.anCHKENS l,lTN() liESTOUKK, SAX- TAA111K, A11IKT1XE and MOCNTAIN HALM t ol till CtUiE. Not a secret com iHiuiut. A complete mixture without tlie ad dition of any imwilcrs. 4LIF0RNIA pUARANTHF.D A POSITIVE CURB J for Catirrh, Cold in the Head, (lav Fever, Hose Cold, (.'atarrhsl Deafness and Side Kyea. liestores the sense of tute nnd smell; ri'iuoves had taste and unplensaiit breath, re mltinn from Catarrh. Easy and plvasunt to use. Follow direction nnd a cure is warranted h all di -uuuists. Send for circular .to AUIK TINE MEDICAL CO., Ornville, Cal. Ask for RANT A AHIE AND CAT-ll CUlli, For side by nil dru,-ists. ' , JU.JfiO. JlfMBO. . The original Abietiun OItitilnt is only put up in lurue two ounce tin boxes, so I is an ab solute cure for old sore,' lfuriti wounds, chap (l liaiuls, and all skin -rpt"ns.' Will ci tivcly cure all kiniis nf pile! . Ask or the Orluinal Adit-tine (Hiitmcnl.' For sale by all dniKiiists. Snrll, lli'itsliu V Wihslard,' Wholesale Ats, Portliiud, tircpx'f?. ""SMII.OM S VTI'AI.IZEh is what yon need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, I izliness, snd all symptom of Dvsp'epiiia.' I'i ico 1U un.l 73 Cf lltn pel' llollle. BEVI.M DERBY, of Lln.Vn N. Y.. sayir " The (iilmore Aromatic Wine plnveil a Kieiit hleesini; to my wife." At Onbuuru V Cn's. THE PKKTTIEST LADY fn OlenA was askeil what male hd complexion so cK'itr and lii'iiutiful. She said it warf by usimt Gilmore's Aminnttc Wiiie.'at, Osbuin ami Co's. OVE OF THE UOfil'. NOTED Ei.roenn physicians saiil: fteiiralafa was tlio prafer of a itiscasml iit-rve for healthy IiIikmI. Use (iil nmre's Aromatic Wine for the bloisl. MRS. L. LOOM IS; of Elba, N Y, write, us that she was sick for six months, was in, lined to try ftiliiiore's1 Aromatic Wine and four bottles cured her. At Oshurn and Cos. Ri;V II It EWEII, of Pavillinn, N Y. sayil of (jilmorc's Aroifiatic Wine: believe It to l a mVist desirilUIe reincdy to be placed In every fuinity." THE WIFE. MOTHER and MAID who sutlers from Female Weakness and Debility, will rind (iilmorVs Aromatiu Wine a positive cure.-Soid by Ostium and Co., (Ironists. GlLMnRE'S AROMATIC is a creae nc- ! cess, Cheref ire we challeiVae the world t-i pro duce its eipial aa a restorative fur woinau. REV. W. FISK IIKQUA, of Aurora, 111, says: "I have nsed (iiliuuie's Aronmtic Wine and tHid it an exrtvllriit lioiischolil remedy that none oiic,ht fn ilo without BEV HARRIS PECK, of PavillMn, N Y says. I was trouliliM with Mahnia. Bowel liitliciilty ami e'eepli'sK nights which I found 'as wearing me out. After takimt Aroinntio Wine two ilays I renlized yreat relief, sleeping Well nnd otherwine feeling lik a new man. I cheerfully recommend it to sutFerini; human! ty. For sale by Osburn nd Co, Eugene. , . -.. . i, . Tax Notice.; Tax: payers will taxe notice that I will be at the usual Voting pl:ti's of the respective pre cini'ts of Lane ci un'y from HI o'clock a in un til 3 o'clock p in of e;ich day for the purpose of collect ion of taxes Mr the year ISMIi, an fol lows, to-witr SnHii'(firld, Mi.lille Fork,' Fall Creek, Lost Vallev,' I'k-.-Nnnt Hi!!, Mohawk, Camp C'reck .Iiuli-tion, I laz. I Dell, McKenzie, Flnrenw, South Kn-enit, North Eugene, WiliTCat, Lake Creik, nonilay, " We. I lies, la?,' Feb. 31, 'I, a. , , 8, ;i, 11. 1-', 1.4, 15, in", 17, 1 r I Imrsiiay, ml ridav, Satiirilay, 'I'liesilay,' WeilneBiliiy,- ?riilay, Saturday,' .Monday, 'l'nelay, Wednesiiny, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, if Tax1 payers take notice of the follnWliii; law, pajje Iti'J, arction til, Iws of Dreon: "If any srsn residing in such precinct shall fail to attend at. such time iwl place and'p.iy bis or heV taxe. such ilelinquent maV puy the ani at'the cniinty seat to the Sherilf, and if he fails t psv within thiity ilsys, as afor-said. and the Sheriff visit hi residence, the Sheriff may dollect' nf such prron for hi own use ten cnfi( per mile, (,'oiiy and returning. " Jmf SI. SlAX. Slieriff and Tax Collector for Lane 'o.,Or. Dateil at Eu.'er.e City, Dee l'l, ltWC "t r V P a. t'"t re u1' PreT'n XJ VWJ VV,T eroM or troubled with Windy Colic, Teething Pain, cr Stomach Disorders, can be relieved at once by lining Acker! Baby Soother. It contains po Opium or Morphine, hence la safe.' Price 23 cents. Sold by Cibu u & Ci., Enjene.' mm tiie SMnmp Angle's Dnam. - Dn you know the Swamp Am;el, Hen Owen? Of course! I enn see by your uniU You've enroiiuterel somewhere in your ramble. That Immortal cohswiM of guile. . From Shasta to Snake lUver, northwanl, From Nevada due west tJ the sea, He M Kinv uf the Saints, I tan tell you, Arid no one li greater than he. And he looks like 4 "stint," thti lien dweri, Arid the slickest that ever Wat teen. With hi broad rsy face and Ms banner So cleoiu.'Vtnrio. The fliea lixhtiiiflf on hlra are clever To barely escape with their necks, And tend him by tnail, ever after, . 'ihtir cofMiliiiuMiU nd their respecks. He cn Mm np a jack" fmm the kiri-toor- In a it) le that affect you to tein, And you try to conceal your emotions By producing the whiskiei and been. And he takes his'n itraitfht with sucli sorrow, Such a wi.low-and orphan despair That you see the wings sprouting on him That only good angeli can wear. In the lobby of each legislature, Far back as remembrance extends, He has iat ami looked tail, like a father Whose household forever contend. While he, with hi thoughts In the swamp lands And the mists the marsh In hie glance, Appealed to their nobler emotions, By the wear of the seat of hit pant. A collider from gobblervillo, Owen Eiignbblod the nov'nor and court, And he gobbled the national agent Ser.t out til look after lilt sport. And he gobbled the good Secretaries And the doughty commissioners all, Until Shackelford came and his gobble Had somehaw exhausted its gall. "Shack" wiuMn't be gobbled, that'i certain, And the veil from the business was rent; And we saw how the Angel bad gobbled And others had paid the per oent The people awoke and remembered How the Angel had passed in hi ponfp, And the onca of hi guile had transmuted The hills and the valleys to' "swamp;" He hail Hie 1 on Mt Hood; ilr, at iwimp land, And the cbterousj sa-e covered pi iln, Where' the rattlesnake slftgi and coyote) Are howlirig forever foi rain: ' And far on the gray beds of lava, So iritilt?est of nfarshet and bogs, Till traveler heard In atndrement The croak of Han't mythical frogs. And o'irt on the muds of the desert, Where' wiraV'C ill mockery plays, He taw tl'O ducks taking pre emption And charrthiK the Swamp Angel' praise. But Hen Is fn trouble, the deluge It liable now to recede, And leave him', of nil his vast empire, Not even a frog or a reed. The ''Saint" Will he only a sinner If all of hit Klin'N should fail, ' The wreck of a tadpole wKo' told us ' The nigged t'!tsca(Tct wer? n swale.' One night vl(en tlie tem'peSt Wat hnVfrng In the land of the Saints, up in Laue,' Hen lay In his lied and he listened To the ifiusical rimh of the rain, ife dropped iulo'dreaiifs nf hi swamp land And trouble on trouble befell, Till ho plunged, for escape, in a frog pond . A'nd came to the' doorway of hell, "Who's there!" tlrtfiulered Nick, at he heard him, , , "Hen Owen,' the Saint," answered Hen, They've mailt it too hot for me, Uncle, Up there fn the region of men. "Ha! ha! that's a gooj one! but welcome, I'll try to amine, you awhile, If you've brought no malaria with you And won't pull your little old tile." I Inn entered and greeted the landlord With the smile thnt hail conquered on earth, And the latter admired him all over Fmm the size of hi feet to his girth. "Wbat't the river I crossed!" queried Hen, "Why, thnt It tho fityx, my good dear," "They've been piking sticks at me ill Web foot," Shrieked Owen, "pray don't do it here." Then noticing Cerberut near them, " Wliaft that, sir! ' "Why that Is my dog." "You're a li ir!" yelled Owen in triumph "It's a beautiful three-headed frog." And before any demon could stop him, Or Cerberus even oomIiI growl, He had filed upon hell at good swamp land ' And the devil stured wild it an owl. -Portland Sifting. ih mm ofdrt. The following .from tlm Sciontifio American, lUiutriitHtt tlm dilTiTe nco La twviTi tlm conduct of a bureau of tlm Govcrnnimit under Democrat io anr1 uri'ler Republican .Administrations: In a abort cIiiukp of bis annual mi-a-aagi pr'H.Hiii(i( to Congress: on Decem ber G, President Cleveinwf coininenih tlm liriiigins forward of tlir liuslncrt'of tlm Patent Olfict, and pro.ill.iVn util! morn for tli futuri. . On the 41 H nf Murch, 1885, Im ntaten tlm currerlt bu iiiew was in arrears ch an avcrao live and one half iioilitlik; Several divisi ions wern twelv months bcfcliiil. Tlirec mohtha is given aa th'i aer'ae? of the arreara at flif cln of tliH last' llscul year, and tlm prediction is made, nub staiitially, that noon oiity nominal do Uy will precedn thn examination of each case!.' - This' will La most cheering r.ewa to tlm inventor, who hitherto has been disheartened in his work by tlm endless delays in oLtainin protection for liia invention. Tl e railroad tax in New Jersey pays all tlu.1 States rxpenars,' MiiMif Talrailnri. , The nveran citizen ia not apt to re c!iv & coiuio valenlinn descriptive of his principal fault or weakness with ar.y degreo of pleasure, says a writer in lUo iiro'oMytt JCoIhi. .Ho oftener geta mad aiid ill kouia cases searches for the sender. A factory in this city has, during the. pa.it ten niohllis, turned out fifteen million enmio and, five million sentimental valentines. With such ad vantages practical jukerJ ind lovers will havo plenty of niatenai wilh whi'eli to work on February 14th, Valentine's fifrttula'y. vthoTonnt?rpreva1iit cus tom of ventiiij a spiio by sending & coin io valentine has comparatively died out in thn Eastern and Middle. State: West of tho Mississippi river tlio vat enlino has, however, a ready aale. I recently paid a visit to thn above mentioned fictory. Tho many opera tions through which toy-books and val entines puss hofore they are ready to be delivered to thn retailer are Ih'ter; csting. The (irst floor of tiie factory is occupied by paper-cutting aiid cnibosa- ittg ittachirieH. The paper on which valeritines are printed is received frotri the manufacturer direct, and is not in a condition for use. It must be cut in pieces, 4x5J feet, and on which are stamped sixteen comic valentines.' After being cut, the paper is taken to the second , floor and printed. Three lid net red out of the four hundred em ployes in tho factory are women and girls, While the majority of tho work is done by skilled labor, some deptrt- ments are operated wholly h'y m'achin- On the sixth or top floor half a dozen artmts draw tho pictures used ini valen tines anJ toy-boolis. After a drawing ia nutdu and photographed the negative is coated with a solution and exposed to the sun. The negative is agaiit coated, this time with lithographic ink,' and placed In a basin of wate barely deep enough to cover it. Thn ink is washed off, except that part of the plate on which the drawing has Lceri photographed. The negntivs is then ready for thn etcher, flm elchii'ia pfo- ci'ks is too well known o lien'r fepe'a'f- tng here. After tho drawmu has been etched on a zinc plate it is ready for the press. A Pnying Mr. John P. tfleitz, a Micn'igan' lumlier- mon, is in the city. A few years ago' lie was connected with thn firm of Sage ii Co., the largest mill firm on the aagi- naw river,' and probably in Michigan. Previous' fo leaving the firm and hin position as foreman, Kinjn i Co', gained1 consideaMo notoriety by cinching the railways of the country. When the lumber au'pply in thri lower country was exhausted, thn lir'ni orVehed Up a' branch basiness 20(7 miles tip Lake Huron, near Luke Sirpeftoi1, where the' pint) forests were afinlnt mipenetrable. When th'ey hhd1 been operating thei'e" for floniH time they found it necessary to build a' tramway to haul the logs to' tho mill Thia railway, including switches, was about one mile long and was completed on the 1st of January. Sage is what his name implies, a wise man, ar.d is famous aa a' practical joker.' lie conceived the idea c( issuing an nual passes over this line, arid the idea' Was soon carried" into eirect'. The passes' Were issued and the manager of every' railroad over which Sago might want to' travel' was supplied wilh one. Of course, out of courtesy, the compliment' was returned, thoogli the managers' never heard of,-nor" could they find on1 raijway maps nhy mention of the' "Fine Forest Railway." That year Mr. Sago paid no railroad fare, and1 every year" striiH tht time he has ex changed courtesies' with many mana gers of railway lines who apprediaVn', the pke. The "Pine Forest Railway," Mr. Kleitz savs, ia now three miles long. S. F. Aitn. A man in Ontario "can repeat . per- foctly 160-chapteri of tlih Rihle, fifty, eight psalm, and every tfolloct, epistle and gospel in the ecelesiasticaf fear according to the English Church Pray er book." A' remarkable memory; but can he tell the date of tho last slugging; match between Sullivan and Tug Wil son! Some men can name thn day and hour tho ark landed on Mc Ararat and are unable to tell how many times the bicycle record has been broken this yt'ar. Konistown Herald.