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ESTABLISHED FOR THE DISSEMXATIOX OP DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES, AND TO EARN IX HONEST LIVING BY THE SWEAT OF Ol'R BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1887.
1. I, (JA.MPHKLL,
j'ubUri.'tcr ;iti I Irofi'i'ior.
dl'l'ICK -Oil til" East iU' of Willmiieiti;
i it, between Seventh mul Eighth Streets.
TERMS OK SUUSCIillTION.
l rr annum
f ix Month
'Hired month. . . .
HATKH OH ADVKUTIS1NG.
Advertisements inserted im follows:
One square, ten line or leu one insertion S3;
,nch mitixequeut iiisertinu ?l. Cash required
jo advance. ,
Time advertiser will lie charge I ut tn fol
lowing rates: -
Hue square three months Jii (HI
One square nix mouth H 00
Ouesqiiare one year 1-"0
Transicut notice in '"'al column, 1!0 ciiit
iiir line tor each insertion.
Advertising bills will bo rendered i'iitrterly.
All job work nuixt be paid run on hki.ivkiiy.
L IilLYEU. C. 31. COLME1L
BILYEU & COLLIER
Attorneys nd Counsellors at Law, -
EUGENE CUT, OllEUON.
rK XCTICE IN" ALL TIIU COUNTS OF
i tlii State. Will give special attention
o collections anil probate matter.
Okfick- Over Hendrick k Eakiu's bunk.
CEO. B. DORRIS,
Attorney and Counsellor
"IVILL PH VCTICE IX THE CDUKTS
W of tlits Second Judicial District ami in
In Supreme Court of thin State.
Special attention given to collection ami
Dialtera in probata
Washburne & Woodcock
iW.lKNK CITY, - - - OUKOON
OFFICE At the Court House. jy8iu3
oco. a. nonius.
S. W. CONDON.
CONDON & DORMS,
:i;UGEXK CITY, - - - OREGON
Orrit'E Over ltobinson Sl Church' hardware
Ml: rny and Ccunsallor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
KUGENECITY, - OREGON.
Oflicc formerly occupied by Thompson &
J. E. EENTON,
KUGENE CITY OUEGOX.
Special Attention given to Real Estate l'rac
ice and Abstract of Title.
OrrifE Over Grange Store.
T.W. HARMS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon,'
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Ilvsidence on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
BR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
1 1AX BE FOUXD AT HIS OFFICE or res
Widence when not professiouaUy engaged.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby
erinn Church. .
jTd. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OUEGOX.
"l7ILL PRACTICE IX ALL THE
Courts of the State.
Special attention given to real estate, col
eeting, and probate matters.
Collecting all kind of claim against the
United State Government.
Office in Walton' brick-rooms 7 ami 8.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
T HAVE SOME VERY DES1RAI.LE
, J. Farm, Improved and Unimproved I own
property for sale, on easy terms.
Troperty Eent:-d and Eents Collected.
The Insurance Companies I represent are
among the Oldest and moot Reliable, am in
the Prompt andEytlTAW.E adjustment of their
J.swes Stand Second to None.
K share of your patronage i solicited.
Office upstairs, over the Grange Store.
B. F. DORKIs.
,; IV! .'
HAS OPEXEI) A SHOP oX NINTH
Street opposite the Star Uakerv, when
he is pr-pired to do ull kind" "f work ol.cifd
in hi. line.
A largo stock of Fine I'Uli on hand f-T
ltonier to stlci t fnoii. ,
One of our se- i.ilties i the cutting anil
Mng f lhr '..k-.
Htwiriiii. ami cleaning ilone pmn l tly. S'
Kagene, Nov. (i, Km"., tf
mmk fail mi
O -- GOODS.
-wiovw WLOWKST PKIOE3JM
HATtJ OV THE VERY LATEST STYLES
Suits Made to Order, Eits Guaranted.
No TROUBLE to SHOW Goods.
J. AY. CHERRY, Walton's Brick.
Our storn Imililiug xold, and its wn Khali liavn to move into
in the nuar futuro, wo liavi' (!taiTiiiined to close out our entirp stock RE
GARDLESS OF COST.
We Iiuvp in stock tlio tini'Ht solnotiou of good suitalilo for lloliilay jires
onts to Im found in tlm City.
Diamonds, Gold watches, Gold
chains, Silver Plated Ware,
Jewelry, Notions and"
Novelties, ' -
Albums, Scrap t5ooks, Autograph Albums,
Christmas and New Years Cards,
And mi endless variety of nice goods Cull and see.
jo Trouble to Show Goods.
Brothers Implement Co.,
AMD MILL MACHINERY.
Walter A. Woods' Mowers, Reapers and Stel
Wheel Twine Binders; Thomas and Royal Self
Dump Rakes; Hodges' Double Draper
Headers; Gaar, Scott & Co's Threshers
and Horse Powers; Rock Island
Walking, Gang and Sulkey Plows.
Mo"ht Complete Line or
Buggies. Carriages mill Spring Wagon on the Pacific Coast. Having received our goods
diuiug the low rates of freight from the East, we are going to give our customers the be no
tit, and sell them goods in our Hue lower than ever before. Write for Catalogue mid
Frank Krothcrs Implement Co Portland, Or.,
Or J. II. HENDRICKS, Agent, Eugene City, Or.
, m a. v.
Fdiir splendid "New Wliite" Nickel-plated
Sewing Macliincs All Complete.
I am oircrin" tln se inacluiies nt cost, not having th linio or room to deal in
them any longer. This is a fine opportunity to recure one of these most popu
lar, best furnished, and certainly the most drsiraMo of all Sewing Machines.
I also otH-r tli
Forttj Ladies' Xcw Market Cloaks for$l less than Cost.
Twcn tt -five Gents fine Overcoats, this season's pur
chase ,) for Sl less than Cost.
The are nil ii", b-siral.le goods, and will pay 30 per cent, on tlif invi-st-im-nt
ev. ii if on.; had to lay tln-ut away until next Winter.
I liav.- a iiuinlx r i f f.th.-r bargains to offer and to which 1 will call alter.-
I l llfllll UllH- t
S'jeiitvr IJr.tte N ir-rv fruit u. rs f .r kle at
Jul.n llniwii's Klii:!, .tre. t m-.ir 1'ivsby
t nan i-liurch, - r ln.ve orders with McCluag
-id J l.nn.'n. i wo J'-ir i:d I'.attiett pear
tret-, f T saleby the Lan lie I iheap.
mnm t : :
our mo STOCK
See our remarkably complete and vlecant
new itock at the
The Oregon Wood Purifier is N.iture'e
ou remedy, and should be used to the ex
clusion of all other medicines in ull diseases
0 the stomach, liver and kidneys.
May bo increased, tlio Digestive organs
strengthened, and tlio bowels regulated,
ly taking Ayer's Pills. These- Pill aro
purely vegetahlo iu their composition.
They contain neither calomel nor any
other dangerous drug, and may bo taken
with perfect safety by persons of all ages,
J was a great sufferer from Dyspepsia
and Constipation. I bad no npix'tito,
und was constantly nlllieted with Head
uchfl und Dizziness. 1 consulted our
family doctor, w ho prcscrilH'd for mo, at
various times, without nlTording moro
than temporary relief. I tlnully com
menced taking Ayer's Pills, lu a short
time my digestion und uptctitu
my bowols wero regulated, and, by tlio
tililu I llnished two boxes of these Pills
my tendency to headaches had disap
peared, nnd 1 became strong and well.
burins il. Logan, Wilmiugiou, DuL
I was troubled, for over a year, with
Loss of Appetite, mid General Debility.
I commenced taking Ayer's Pills, and,
beforo Ilnishini; half a 1kx of this inedl
cine, my appctito and strength wero re
stored. 0. O. Clark, Daubury, Conn.
Ayer's Pills nro tbo best medicino
known to iw for regulating tbo bowels,
nml for all diioascs caused bv a disordered
Stomach uud Liver. I sutfered for over
three years with Headache, Indigestion,
and Constipation. 1 had no appetite, and
was weak uud nervous uuistol the- tiuio.
threo boxes of Ayer's-rills, and nt tlio
same, tinio dieting myself, I was com
pletely cured. My digestive organs nro
now iu good order, nml I am iu perfect
health. P. Lockwood, Tope k a, Kaus.
Ayer's Tills bavo benefited me wonder
fully. For months I sutTcrcd from Indi
gestion and Headache, was restless nt
night, and bad a kid taste iu my mouth
every morning. After taking onu box
of Ayer's Pills, all these troubles dls
npK'ured, my food digested well, nnd
my sleep was refreshing. Henry C.
llemmeuwny, Kockport, Mass.
I was cured of the Tiles by tlio uso of
Ayer's Pills. They not only relieved mo
of that painful disorder, but give mo in
creased vigor, and restored my health.
John Lazarus, St. John, N. 11 tt
rrcp&rcd by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Man.
Held by til Drugg-ltU aud Dealers in Mcdlclue.
At prices to suit all
l'riug your produce
get money for it.
to (oihbmitli'i and
B A O O N"'S
H AMBLETON I AN.
milLS HIGH ItllEl) STALLION WILL
J stand at Smv.urr's Staiii.k, 'Eugene, the
coming aciuioii. lie is a sure fo. d getter, J
will also stand
Till', MOUNTAIN BOY
At the same place. Ifu i 7 years old and
weighs a little over 1,-VW) lb i, nuc is one of the
best foul gi-tters iu the State of Oregon, lift
fine body, and is nf spU-iuliiL stork, Prices to
suit the tiiiu s,
1WII.L ALSO STAND AT STEWALTS
StiilileduriiiK'tlieenmii igsewion a thorough
bred Jack. He is uunrun tend to be a sure foul
getter. He was raised it i Washington Terri
tory, and was sired by a pure imported Ken-'
ucky Jack; hisiUui was uu imported Kentucky
Twi) of c"!ts are on e.1 JiiLitimi at tlie stable.
Cull and see them.
Terms mad kit iwn mi applicstion.
This sTwce reserved
NINTH ST BiEET
! A LEU 3
U alclio anJ
Musical instrume ; j, To.s, Motions, etc
Heinis Von Slein,
Outrode from his wild, dark castlu
The terrible lleint Von Stein;
He Mine to the dour of a tavern,
And Kazed on tint swinging' ii,'u.
He sat himself down at a table,
And growled for s bottle of wine;
Up csiiie with s tliisk Mini n corkscrew
A uuideti of beauty divine.
Then, seized with A deep love-louring,
He uttered, "(1, damsel mine,
SiiHwe you just five a fvv kisse
To the valorous Hitter Von Stein!"
Hot she answered: "The kissing business
Is entirely out of my line;
And I certainly will not In-tin it
On a countenance uly it thine!"
0, then the bold kuicjit was nnury.
And cursed both cosrsu slid tine;
And asked, "How much i the swindle
For your tour sud nasty wise!"
And fiercely he rode to the castle,
And set himself down to dine;
And this is the dreadful legend
Of the terrrible lleiui Von Stein,
C'mrfjt (. 7.Wuiii.
Dr. J. II. lleulcy, the celebrated computm
ler of patent nostrums, died nt his resideuce
in Alameda comity, California, a short time
since, lie was wen Known ny almost all
in Portland where he resided many vears.
Ho began business us a butcher, but tirmg of
the trade, he turned hi attention to com
pounding various kinds of bitters, by which
mean lie niiiiisHen (pine u umu uinune. no
theu weut to San Francisco and commenced
operating iu stock aud soon found himself
bankrupt. lie Totimicii to rortlatiil nnd
began his old business. He soon hud the
niaiket stocked with his "Celery, lici t mid
Dou" which ho advertised extensively. It
bee-line a popular beverage uud he sold to a
San Francisco companv the exclusive right
of its manufacture. The price he received
was f 15,000 with a certain royalty. Ho theu
bought a neat residence iu Alumcdn aud re
tired from busiucK. Among his decoctions
were the famous I. X. L. bitters, the Dande
lion, Orouoco, Henlev's Stomach. Hitters,
Thu Elegant, Henley's Cough Cure, Oregon
Grape ltoot, Henley's Kidney Tea, and Cel
ery, Jieef aud Iron. His career was a re
ninrkablo one for a man who graduated at a
butcher's block and never gave an hour's
study to medical science until ho begun the
iiiiinufaotuie ot bis compounds. jJr. lien
ley was a umu of great energy uud of mora
than ordinary natural ability. He was on
the shudy side of seventy of ago at tlio time
of his death.
Pick and Shovel.
The Governor received the following no
tice a few di vs niuce, uud thu Governor will
respond with "pick and shovel," or its
llosd Dist. No. 7, Clatsop Co., Or.
To Sylvsstkh Pknnovkii:
In the nnmo of the State of Oregon; ion
are commanded to bo an appear at Willuska
Ferry on the 11th day of Julv, 1N7, on the
county road from Astoria to S'clialcni nt the
hour of 8 o'clock a. in. to perform road la
bor assessed against you for the year 1H7, in
said district in ull amounting to $1.05 and
take with you a pick and shov.-l.
Witness my bund uud otllciul signature
this 1st day of July, 1SN7.
S. D. Adaiu, for
J. W. Wai.kku, Supervisor.
A Bloody Fight Over
Tbo Pugct Sound Mail brings account of
what may prove a tragedy at l.a Conner re
cently. A row occurred in a saloon between
three men, Henn, Miller uud Thompson.
Miller proposed a toast to President Cleve
land, which was resented by Sam Thump
sou, one of thu three, ami a tight ensued,
and Miller was cut slightly iu the buck.
This niadu Frank licnn mud, and he weut to
the assistance of Miller nnd was in turn cut
in the abdomen by Thompson. It was
thought the wound was mortal, and threats
were made of lynching Thompson, who wai
removed to Scuttle for safu keeping, llenu
was stabbed in tbo lung.
Ai (lit Twig Is Dent.
The Rev. Dr. Tillett, of Vauderbilt Uni
vorsity, recently visited a Mormon Sunduy
school whilo iu bait Laku City. As he tu
tered the iafaut class department a tempora
ry teacher was suving: "Well, uoys. wiiere
it vour teacher?" They all replied prompt
jy in concert: "In the peniteiitiary." The
teacher then asked. " Is ho there for doing
right or for doing wrong?" All replied,
"For doing right." Dr. Illicit learned nf
forward that the man in ouestioii was serv
ing a term for bigamy. N. V. Tribune.
Orecon nine. or. as we call it, II r. lias re
ceived another medal, il we may be allowed
the use of the word. Iu the building of the
new yacht, which has just won the race on
the occasion of Queen Victoria's jubilee, und
now Hiimiosed to be the fastest in the world,
tlm mimts were of Oreiou fir. The woods
from Australia, Norway and all other
pomitries where mast timber Is secured, were
tested thoroughly nud rejected as not eijual
to our Br. Oregon Bentry.
Delays are Dangnroui.
You y, well, 'thioiily a slight cold, bsdc
out, it niav lead to an inflamation of the lining
Ing'of numerous sir cells of the Lungs this i
pneumonia. Or to spasmodic contraction, of
the fibres of the air pauge, which is Asthms;
or tb iiiHamation of the lining membrane of
il,. throat and till which psss through the
I nr.t-i. which in the first stage i. called Pron
ctntis, ami iuy i'
f Abie is delicious In flavor, certuin and jierfect
,....1 ... ,..,!.. k-..,u
i, in iu icsult. A few doses will relieve, a thor-'-oigh
treatment cure the above imincd diseftses.
J2very (sittle warranter! ov an onwgisw.
What Is It?
That produces that beautifully soft com
i-xion and leave no traces ol its applies-
tiui or injurious effects? The answer, Vis
dom'a Kolwrtine accomplishes all this, and
is pronounced by ladies of taste aud refine
ment to be the most delightful toilet article
ever produced. Warranted bunnies and
matchless. F. M. Wilkius, agent, Eugeue
Hunt i selling
an immense amount of
He is the iiioneer unr-
lsjots and shoes.
. I i chant in this liue of bnsiness, and sells at ex
I wediiiiily low prices, (jive him a trial before
j pun basing t-Uwhire.
rropostJ AmrnJiiif nt.
The following nre the threo nmendmeiita
upon which the people of Oregon will be
called npon to vote ou thu 8th day of next
Novemtier. We print them iu full so thnt
the readers of the Ui'sitn may know just
what they are voting upon.
S.VI.AltlKS or JUIX'.KM.
7,V i( rtsttlivd foy the Sennit, tht House con-CHI-ring:
That the following Hinendmeiit to the con
stitution of the State of Oregon be and is
That section 1 of article 13 of the coustilu
tutiou of the State of Oregon be and tho same
hereby is abrogated, aud ill lieu thereof sec
tion 1 of article 13 of the constitution of the
State of Oregon shall be as follows:
Sectiou 1. The (lover nor, Secretary of
State, Treasurer of State, Judges of the 8u
preme Court and all other Slate officer of
this Slnto shall each receive an annual salary
of such sum as the legislative assembly shall
hereafter by lnw for each of said officers pro
vide; proi'idtd, that wheu the legislative as
sembly shall have by law fixed the salary of
any such officer such salary shall neither be
increased nor diminished during the term for
which the incumbent of such otlice shall have
been elected or appointed.
Adopted by the Semito February 18, 1885..
Section 1. The manufacture, sale, or the
giving away or the offering to sell or give
away, or the keeping for salo of any spiritu
ous, vinous, malt, distilled, fermented or any
intoxicating liipiors whatever is prohibited iu
tins state except tor medicinal, scieutitlo or
section i, lno legislative assembly shall
provide by law iu what manner, by whom
aud at what place such liipiors or any of them
shall bo manufactured or sold or Kept for
sale for medicinal, scieutitlo or mechanical
Section 3. I his amendment shall take effect
and be iu full force iu six months from the
date of its ratification by the electors.
.-iccuou 1. mo legislative assembly snail
without delay puss ull necessary laws with
sullicieut penalties necessary to enforce this
Approved by the house February 9, 1885.
TIMK Of ILKCTION.
lit it tnacM by the Senate, tht House con
That thu following amendment to the con
stitution of thu Stale of Oregou be and is
hereby proposed :
I hat suction 11 of article i of the constitu
tion of the State of Oregou be, aud is hereby
abrogated, and in lieu thereof, suction 11 of
article i of the constitution of the State of
Oregon shall bn as follows:
Section II. General election shall be held
on tho Tuesday next after the first Mouday
iu November biennially. '
Passed thu house November ID, 1885.
Yesterday morning W, It, MuDaniel. x-
postmaster at Harrisbiiig, Linn county, was
brought dowu to this city for examination -
before U. 8. Commissioner Walton for em
bezzling postolllce funds, having been arrest
ed ou that charge thu day beforo nt Harris
burg. McDiimul is charged with embezzling from
the money order funds of tho postolllce
at Hurrisbiirg tho sum of Jll'iC received by
him iu the postolllce. It is the duty of the
different postmasters of Oregon to iluily re
mit to Portland a statement of tho amount
received ou nu ney orders, uud the balance
if any over money paid out. borne time lust
year McDaiiid's remittances begau to oomo
up very irregularly, nnd Dually not at all.
luspeolor Mason weut up to llarrisburg in
iu December last for the purpose of investi
gating tho matter. He found that McDauiel
was embezzler for over f 1, 100, Mr. Mason
demanded thu money nnd after some trouble
succeeded iu getting it.
Iu Murcll it was discovered that JlcD.ui-
iel was again behind ill hit accounts a little
over $11211. Shortly afterwards hu was re
moved from his position, but for some reas
on formal charges were not at that tiuie pre
ferred against him. Several days since Mo
Daniel wus arrested at Ashluud, charged
with being an absconding debtor. Ho was
brought buck to llarrisburg, nnd was acquit
ted of tho charge. Ou the 13th inst., U. S.
District Attorney McArtbur tiled information
against him for embezzling the tlVli'i men
tioned, and McDauiel was arrested on this
charge. Hu was examined before Commis
sioner Walton yesterday morning, and was
bound over in 1,01)0 bonds to await the ac
tion of the V. S. grand jury at Portland iu
October. Inspector Musou and Postmaster
Davis, of Hurrisbiirg, testified ugaiust him.
The evidence of thu ex-postmaster's guilt
would appear to be conclusive. Although
he has mude restitution ofjbis money through
his Ismdsnien's or relatives, though this does
not lesseu the enormity of the crime iu the
eyes of the law. He was takeii to Portland
yesterday by Deputy Mariuam. It is said
that he would be aide to furnish bond. Sa
lem Statesman, July Kith.
Ii'V.niitt DiscovKiiKD. It is claimed that
the lynchers of Oscar N. Kelly, thirty-five in
number have all been identified, and can be
arrested at a moment's notice. Most of them
live in Yamhill county, while a few enmo
from the neighborhood of McCoy, They
represented the lowest order iu the social
scale, men who lounge around saloon aud
do nothing else. A very clear case has been
ma le agai list them . The tracks of the wagon
in which they rode to Dallas have been traced
all the way from North Yamhill, lu order
to reach Dallas nt i a. iu., the hour of their
arrival, they had to leave North Yamhill
early iu the evening. Parties along the route
taken saw them going nud coming.
CnxTUACT KioNKi). Nelson Dennett, whose
bid for tho work on the Oregou Pacific ruil
roud eastward from this city was recently ac
cepted, signed the contract Friday evening.
The work embraces forty miles of the road
including nil bridges, except the bridgu across
the Suntiuin, which will be constructed by
the company. Mr. Wilson has Is en apoiiit
ed superintendent of the construction aud
work will com mi nee in about ten days.
Teams and laborer will be demanded at a
good figure. Mr. Dennett went to Portland
yesterday to arrange lor coiuiueucing work.
More trouble! Hie white Democrats of
lirunswick county, Virginia have just given
a barbecue to Ibc'ir Colored fdltw citizens.
It was expected they would mke a barbecue
of ! he in. It is a diHiippoiutiug world,