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EST.1CLISIIF.D FOR THE DISSEMISAT10S OP DEIOCMTIC PSISCIPLES, AND TO EARN IN noVEST LIVING BY THE SWEAT OP Oil BROW.
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EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1887.
J. JL Ji JLJ
jiin: .CUir Ansel
1 J t.M IM'.KLL,
,illlsli-r itMtl l,rr!,io
,..'',; .()n t'"' Knot nidc of Willanietl
jvol ilttweu Seventh and Ki'lith Street.
TIUtM.S OK Sl'lSSCKIPTION.
('K;h OH . ADVKU'riSlNQ.
,lverliemeiit illHfltt'lt as fulluwi:
)M mmare, ten Hue or less one. insertion g:S:
,uleciieiit insertion 61. . Cvli required
m advance. , . ... f I
I'iiue advertisers will lie euarne.1 at Hie fol
lowing V .
ue pre tnree w ...
Oae square i mmim -
(toe square ..lie year. 1- -'
i',..i..iit not ce 111 local column, .'II cent
r Hue tr each insertion.
1 . I.ill iHI Iu. r .r,..1 nmirbr v.
All job work must he paiu rono, ukuvkhv.
u UILVEU. C. M. COLLIKK.
BILYEU & COLLIER
-Attorneys nd Counsellors at Law,-
EUUEN'E CITY, UUKUON'.
r.lUCTICE IN ALL THE COUIITS OF
if thin State. Will give BjieciiU attention
o collections and prolate lnntUTA.
Or Fii-K- -Over lleudrick & Eakin's lmnk.
Attorney and Counsellor -at-Law,
1VILL P11A.CTICK IN THE COURTS
(if tlie Sticnml Judicial District ami ill
lit Supreme Court of thin Sutu.
S(i;ittl attention given to collections turn
mitter in probate
Washburne & Woodcock
riU iHXiS CITY, - - - ORKHON
OKFIOK-At the Court House. jy8m3
UEO. A. POIIH1H.
8. W. CONDON.
CONDON & DORRIS,
KUUENECITY, - - - OREGON
Office )ver Robinson Si. Church's hardware
CEO. M. MILLER,
ittoray and Ccunsallor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
KUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
OH ice formerly occupied by Thompson &
J. E. FEN TON,
KUGENE CITY OREGON.
Siieeial attention (,'iven to Reul Estate Trac
ice anil Abstracts of Title,
OfKlt'E Over Grange Store.
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth street, where Dr Kheltou
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
( 1 AN HE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or ren
Viilence when not professionally engaged.
Residence on Eighth etreet, opposite Tresby
J. J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
fILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
1 CnurU of the State.
Sjiecial attention yiven tn real estate, col
ctini, and probate matters.
t Collecting all kinds of claims against the
b'oited States Government
Office in Walton's brick rooms 7 and 8.
. F. DORRIST
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
T HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
A Farms, Improved and Unimproved Town
Property fur sale, on easy terms.
Property Eented and Bents Collected.
The Insurance Companies I represent are
among the Oldest and most Reliable, and in
the Pkohpt andEiii'iTABT.K adjustment of their
'"sses Stanii Skcosi) to Nose.
- share of your patronage is solicited.
Office up stairs, over the Grange Store.
B. F. DORRIS.
HAS OPENED A SHOP ON NINTH
Street opposite the Star ISakery, where
fi is prepared to do all kindu of work off-.'rod
' Ws line.
AUiye.kick of Fine Cl.ths on h.md for
"Wlomers to select from.
tnof our K!-i.iltie i the cutting and
akinj of Ladi,, Clnaks.
"Wiairins and clcauing done promptly. St
Kjene, N.,t, 6, ls.SC. tf i
1 R BE DISPOS
IIATo OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES
Suits Made to Order, Fits Guaranted.
No TROUBLE to
J. W. CHERRY,
Our Hiorc Imililing Hold, and ns wn shall liavn to move into
in tin? nt-ar future, we have iloii-rminsd to close out our entire ntock KE
GAUDLESS OF COST.
Vh lmvp in Htock ilm (incst si'ltnition
iMits to 'in found in tlm City.
Diamonds, Gold watches, Gold
chains, Silver Plated Ware,
Jewelry, Notions and
Albums, Scrap Books, Autograph Albums,
Christmas and New Years Cards,
And an endless vuriety of nice goods Call and see.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
AND MILL MACHINERY,
Walter A. Woods' Mowers, Reapers and Steel
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.
Most Complete Link or
Buggies, Ciirnuo.es and SpriiiR Wagons on th Paoiflo Coaut. Having received our goods
during the low rates of freight from the East, we are going to give our customers tbo bene
fit, nud sell them goods in our line lower than ever before. Write for Cutulogue and
Frank Brothers Implement Co Portland, Or.,
Or J. M. HENDRICKS, Agent, Eugene City, Or.
i ' v-!.,,. m
Four splendid "New
Sewing jlacJimcs Ail uompicic.
t .i.- .. at rnsL not liavin? the time or room to deal in
i am oiiiTiiii: uirr. ,,i,.w..... ... , --- . ...
thmn any lonS,r. This is a fine opportunity to mure one of them most popu
J. i i ..:..!.. il.o n.n.r l..iriilil of all Spwinff Macnineg.
lar, iiest turnisnwi, anu inuuuj o
v. I also offtr the following bargains:
Fortu Ladies' Xew Market Cloaks for$l less than Cost.
T'mii tn-tire Gents line Overcoats, this season's pur
chase,) for $1 less than Cost.
ctu-ai., y ' . . ,, .....
TIipsh aro all ip-w, Ufsira.i goo"". r ' '
nt v,n if on.- I.a.l to lay th.n aav until next Winter
I liavP a llU1lN.r of other barsains to offer and to which 1 call alter.
(in from time to time
u.-.. Vnr.ri. fruit trM for sale at
. ii I.'; ,l.,l, nMAr I rMliV-
terisn eli.mli, or leave orders with MeUuniC
t,rian church. orders wiMW
d Johnson . - year o, l-rtl-tt
OUH BIG STOCK
Sit our remarkably complete and elegant
new itiK-k at the
of goods 8uitalil for Holiday prus-
n r f r n A!
V. r 1 1 t n 6 .
. ;ii nn n ih i,v(Ki-
The Oregon Blood Purifier is Nst'ire'e
i,, all d.seaae.
own remedy, and aboum I uea w me e
May bo Increased, tlio Dignstiva organs
strongthonod, and tlio bowoln regnlatoil,
by taking Aycr'a Pills. Thoso Pill aro
purely vegetable In tlicir composition.
They contain noither calomel cor any
other dangcrSua drug, and may bo taken
with perfect safety by persons of all ages.
I was a great sufferer from Dyspepsia
aud Coustipation. I bad no appetite,
mid was constantly auiicted with Head
ache und Dizziness. I consulted our
family doctor, who rescrilM)d for inn, at
various times, without n Hording more
tlmu temporary relief. 1 tin ally com
menced taking Ayer's Pills. In a short
time my digestion and appetite
' my owol were regulated, and, by the
time I finished two boxes of these Pilla
my tendency to headaches had disap-
IH-ared, ami I became strong and well.
larius M. Logan, Wilmington, Del.
I was troubled, for over year, with
Ikss of Appetite, and Ueneraf Debility.
I commenced taking Ayer's Pills, anil,
before finishing halt a box of this modi
ciuo, my anpetitn and strength were re
stored. 0. O. Clark, Danbury, Conn.
Ayer's Pill aro the best medicine
known to mo for regulating the bowels,
and for all diseases caused by a disordered
Stomach and Liver. I stilfcrod for over
three years with Headache, Indigestion,
and Coustiput ion. 1 had no appot ite, and
was weak aud nervous most of tho thuo.
' BY USING
throe boxes of Ayer's Pills, and at tho
aamo time dieting myself, I was com
pletely cured. My digestive organs are
now in good order, and I am in perfect
health. P. Loekwood, Topeka, Hans.
Ayer's Tills hnvc benefited mo wonder
fully. For months I suffered from Indi
gestion and Headache, was restless at
night, and hnd a bad taste in my mouth
every morning. After taking one box
of Ayer's Pills, all these troubles dis
appeared, my food digested well, ami
my sleep was refreshing. Henry C.
Uemmeuway, Kockport, Mass. ,
I was cured of the Tiles by tho use of
Ayer's Pills. They not only relieved me
of that painful disorder, but give mo in
creased vigor, and restored my health.
John Lazarus, tit. Johu, N. D tt
r repared by Dr. J. 0. Ayor k Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by all DruggUU and Dealers la Modiolus.
H Assorted m
At prices to suit all
Tin: .itoc i:it.
Bring your produce
get money for it.
to tioldsmith's and
H AMBLETONI AN.
rnins hk:h p.UKi) stallion will
1. stand at Stkwaiit'h Staiilk, Eugene, the
coming season. IU is a sure foal getter. I
will also stand
TIIM MOUNTAIN BOY
At the same place. He Is 7 years old and
weighs a little over l,.riO0 llw, aud is one of the
best foal getters iu the State of Oregon. Has
fine body, and is of splendid stork. Prices to
suit the times.
T WILL ALSO STAND AT STEWA1.TS
X Stalilc din ing the coming sekson a thorough'
bred Jack. He is guaranteed to lie a sure foal
gutter. He was raised in Washington Terri
tory, and was sired bv a Time, imported Ken-
ncky Jack; hi dam was an imported Kentucky
f'l'wo of colts are ou exhibition at the stable,
Call and see them. '
Terms made kn iwn ou application.
. JAMKS BATES.
This space reserved
Musical Instruments, Toys, Notions, etc
B A. O O ST'S
From Yaquina Bay. '
Yigt'iMA City, Or., July 24, ls87.
Emnm lii'AHn: "All th world and the
rckt of uiiukind" know very well that this
place is situitted nt Ympiina'ltuy which is but
40 minutes run of a steamer out to the grand
old Pncitle ocean. How trua that
No pent npl'lii acoiitrnet our powers,
The boon. Hess continent is ours
I illicit t.ll your render of the grand
sights to be seen on tho coast nlso further
iulsnd, of the very cxcelh ut railroad that
connect this mice terra incognito with bands
of steel with the W-iuKiful illainette valley
aud all the world beside, ulso of the flue line
of ocesu strnnier that ply tietween here and
raui uunmu, imji iiiujiii moo u"""! nut we are especially and peculiarly lamil
all these aud a thousand and other thing iur ilh nil that nertiiin to tha war boat of
which are worthy of mention and yet the
half would Lot lie told.
All i life and activity hero, with plenty tof
money to make lime good. One feature
about this place suit your humble servant ou
a tramp; no saloons. A more ipiiet, erderly
aud mii)d-otir-owu-buiinc peonlo I never
The railroad eomnsnv are now miikinc
great exertions to puxb the road to an haul-
eru terminus, and they will uo doubt sue-
coed. A free excursion will be glveu to-day
to all persons who wish to attend the wmd in the bureau, may bu seen many lit
lauiiching of a new tugboat a few miles up t bnjiches of pins, to each of which is at-
uie river irvra iirre. uc wruer uai-u uic
immense boilers to be nsod (not on tho ex-
cursienlstsi but on tho new imat, aim are
made of steel turns-fourth of nu inch iu
A branch of the Corvullis bank of Hamib
ton, Job & Co. i established bore which
tills a long felt want," with Hon. M. M.
Davis a mnmuicr. Annropos, Mr. D. h
sides is, or "used to was" a Lane Co. Iioy
but is now one of the lending cili.ciii of this
place, and says the only drawback to the
i : L - i -.1 "! i . : 1
(iriiggisi uusiness iu wnicu lie is ciimihi
is the fact that it i "too healthy here."
The only dead head to be found in this
place without any visible means of support
is an old citizen of Laue county. For this
titno you may dub him
11. 1',. 1X1.1).
They are Content.
What is the shite of tho country? Every
thing i biiuht and propitious. Business
everywhere is reviving on a giunutio scale.
The trade ol the north, the uiauulactories oi
the south, the agriculture of tho west in a
word, the material interests of the whole re-
. ... -., ... V I.. I
of the north or south to show kind feel ng 'for
ii.n, n,.i i. I. ,,! i.iMian.iv .l hMrtilT
7, ' . wn. .u :.. i. i..... ..
burg, in lt.ch.nond or New Oilcans such
, Trf7h.X ruWlILi Z
"h'" I , t n? J 7
w-'i:i. .i ' i n.
national government. It is one that governs
euough aud does not govern too much. It
let local affairs alone. It doe not meddle
with foreign powers. It is a democratic gov
ernment, a government of the people, by the
people and lor the people; ana so wen is mis
kuown that the president at i uea.i enjoys
the popular commence in a degree mai uas
not hail more than two historical precedents.
There is no curthiy cause ior uispnio, no
possible reason in justice, or honor, or mag-
nanimity, or patriotism, for any feeling but
gentle aud alleetionate ones, lostirups n e
may do harm and cannot do good. It is
possib c reason in justice, or honor, or mag-
against the overwhelming wish of a vast ma-
jority of the people. There i. of oourse, but
one motive, and that a motive of narrow and
seltUU pnrtizanship. tinngsare wocoiniori-
UUIO X11D UUUIIUJ in w ,iur(ienu.
nortu and south are getting to oe too goou
friends. With such conditions aud such aa
outlook there is little or no chance for Ith
Republican party to cot back to power. U
may be desperately hard to break up sueb
conditions and to darken such an outlook,
but the rascally politicians think it worth tha
trial. At all events they See in it the only
hope for themselves. So they bring out their
chips and struggle their utmost to put them
to the old warlike use of tho little hoys. New
York Herald, (Iud.)
Toy Chen's Opinion.
"Hello Qin Sling!" exclaimed en attache
,i,u Ki.r lmim7 ilm ilnnr Iwliiiul him as
be stepped'iiito Linkville's only lauudry.
Nn .HI1IU.A nun iin. aieiican man unee
time foolo, wba' fo'? Me Toy Chen, you
sabliee," and the solitary Celestial looked at
the scribe with an in ured expression at the
same time turning a star-spangled calico
Mother Hubbard so that he could iron the
box pleats in the back.
Oh, all right, Toy," soothingly, "my
clothes ready !
"No. no done. Heap lot lain, no goou.
Lain allee time, no catch." dly, sablwe. On eH,iio liiudsnnpea are not eipialed by any
day heap hot, nex' day velly much collo, no Hiing else published, while the mass of in-
rood. Itvmeby catchee clo. Yon pay one
'Yes, you bring clothes arounu, I pay one
dollar next week.
"Wha' fo' pay nsx week?" Melliean mas
allee time pay nex' week, pay nex wek.
He go digged slusb-iilusn, lie catcnee oiop ne
av. jiyincny nee iur iu" i-Bieiniu uiuii,
e say d no clop, too niuche Most, no can
pay washee. Melicau man be go store, no
got money he give note pay iutlest. China-
man be no catchee note, no caioiie imiesi, no
catchee nothing, ht go store no tanee note ne
on tha I
in a spray finer man tue oaroer . aio.n.zer
Delays are Oangerous.
You say, wll, 'tis only a alight cold, look
nut. it nuv lead to an luflainatioii of the lining
ing of numerous air cells of the Lungs tlii. is
Pneumonia. Or to spasmodic cuntracthais of
the fibre, of the air iKissaKes, which is Asthma;
or the inHamation of the lining membrane of
the throat and tills which pa through the
which In the first stae U called iiron-1
chitia, and may lead to consumption. Santa
Abie is delicious in flavor, certain and perfect
in it.fi-.ult. A few rloe will relieve, a tlior
mii(h treatment cure the a'sive named diseases.
Every bottle warranted by all dnitwt.
Hunt is selling sn immense amount of
boots aud shoes. He i the pioneer mer
chant in this line of business, and sell at ex.
ceelingly low prices. Give bin) a trial befote
jiuican man u u ucu aoe, u u ..cretary of the Orefm Pioneer
no good, anu loy uiii.ov.rco ue vM to Secretary McBride
imotion nearly strangled himself with a "r. '. ,; . n,. i)m- MoLmiohlin.
r,f water which he was distributing ;V, rt 0r(.L,on Pi".,,r.
Ixittom mine of the Mother Hubbard " . ., , ' , , t, u..i I..
It is not ceneriilly known, but it is a foot.
thaU the Navy lepartment iu Wanhiugtou
keeps thoroughly informed as to the where-
IkjuU of war vessel of all foreign power,
One of the offleers detailed to keep track of
frcigu vessels: "We not only knew the
minutest detail of each man-of-war's equip-
uieut, such as the number of guns, charac
ter and thickness of the armor and number
of the meu carried, but we are up on every
Hiiut as to HjH d, age, present position, pos
sible destination ami all that kind of thing.
We also know about all there is to find out
about the war ship of every other nation,
Mr. John Hull."
The reporter detiirnilned to tnat tha nmltor
bv luentlouinir the nnnm of tha onlv Knollah
niiin-pf-war he could teenll, sked, "Wh
is the llell.rophou?"
"The Ucllerophou," immediately replied
the otlleer, "is iu the harlior of Halifax,
Nova ricolia, and the gunboat I'ylades is
anchered about four cable leugths away.
me information la collected, compiled.
tabulated and disseminated by the llurean of
Naval intelliireiice. On a larcn man of tha
iuclii a lalH'i liearing the name of a foreign
B,jn, ttd it tell nt a dance where the ships
of the .various nation are. These pins are
changed daily or weekly, in accordance
with the movements of the vessels. '1 he
Secletary of the Navy cau learn at once, if
weight u lo be attached to the movement of
a foreign fleet.
A letter has been received from 8. P. In
grain, formerly of Washiugtou ceuuty, says
the Hillsboro ludepeudeiit, which recounts
tue aociuchlal hanging of ail 11 year old son
of a Mr. ( lark, ef Htella, W. T., July U. The
boy wn playing in the woodshed at the time
of the accident with two smaller children. Iu 1
the shed were several swings and hauging
rope witn which the children otten amused
themselves. It had beeu the habit of the
unfortunate boy to hang himself, but ou
this occasion bo made no such attempt. Tha
other children, tiring of play, had gone iuto
supper, leaving tins ooy in a swing, ouiiper
being over, Mr. Clark started to the lam
to milk the cows, and in passing tha wood-
shed discovered the boy hauging by the neek
Imiu a piece ol hale ropo. ihrowlng down
!ovf ,U? "I ,fl0, wb?" h il
hreathed but twice after being cut down, and
all attempts at reauacition proved fruitless.
.. . .. f ,.tHnt reutt.:t..,ion nroJJ
'"""' A knot in the rop. had ai.ted in
umiting him, and the little fellow in Lis
fright hnd not the presence of mind to
ve hia head and loosen the loop.
A Sim Francisco Examiner interview with
Win, J. Patterson, of Des Moines, will give
a good idea of the torrid heat prevailing in
the East: "I am just in over the Central
1)....IIa fwim tlii-tan liartutlif tutt hininn, mnn.
,. j ,n th(J ,liHpi,tl,uui of BHt njKilt Am
nQW u u ,,, for , ,,,, 1 ,,,ft Ceutnl Iowa
. , T,ulrHa,lT noon. For nv, llttyi boforo
., , - llv .,.,. wiA,rflli n
.. i.i,..!.,. ,,i .i,a
corn wer pftroll()j i,r()Wni Bnii
of ,b8 unout wh(!(t ..tnlte-,
MT anJ f,,H down. There
8tjjicc of ,)0h h(riM,, ,, mt)
corn wer pftro10j browni BUli th, ro3 straw
as the farmers
wore many in-
niun liultw, iilrlek-
en duWn ja jn the llelds, but the greatest
,oM ()( h(o WM , ,he oitit.M wboro mvu lriej
.......i...., -arvim. t nultimr uu bnildiuL-s.
. IBall gppareutly and actually sound and
I Well WOllld ft
well, would go to work ou a roof or at a brick
wall and In fifteen minutes lie would keel
over and die, Along abeut 10 o'clock t&a
morning the sun seemed to stand still in the
heaven and burn and scorch everything not
sheltered from its fierce rays. I have seen
it when, for hour, not a leaf rustled or mov
ed in tha dead calm to the slightest degree.
Whero the bird went I don t know, but for
a week before I came away I did not see one
or hear one. Farmers ou the prairie aud
everywhere in that hot belt throughout Iowa
aud Nebraska, have quit work aud lot every
thine BO, I believe the crops will be largely
ruined. At night it is just so hot that lying
on the floor, absolutely without anything on,
I eonld not sween wink for two muuts.
Moaonitos cot iu their work at such times
too. I reckon I killed several thousands of
I mem luvnen. ueiiu . nii. ,u u...
weather and the mosiputos lite is intensely
miserable now in me prnine nmiu.
Ei.icoant and Novkl. The midsummer
numlier of tho West Shore Is a beautiful and .
attractive one. There is a charm of fresh-
ness and novelty about this magazine tnat is
lacking In all other publications, lis oicgant
nnoraviiius of Western scenes and pietur-
formation it irivc monthly about Oregon,
Washington. Idaho, Montana. British Co-
lumbia and Alaska I extremely valuable.
The midsummer numlier coutains large en-
,,mving of the city of Astoria and the mouth
0f the Columbia river, tho seaside rAiorts,
(ho salmon caunerie,-nil others, all ol them
i aecimnamea nv inirreaiiuK ucsenuino ui-
tides. The other contents are entertaining
ni valuable. Published by L. Samaol,
Portland, Oregon at IJ.50 per year.
. i.RltHItTI, to Th Btatii -Goo.
-KIO,iltlion. Th painting will be for-
I ,.,.i rr.a,,ni,1 tn tha tuts of Oreuon at the
I unit session of the legislature.
;, .. -.. .
it will be bung in the senate chamber.
What Is It?
That produces that beautifully soft com
plexion snd leaves no traces of its applica
tion or injurious effects? The answer, Wis
dom's Ituliertine accomplishes all this, and
is pronounced by ladies of taste and refine
ment to be tbo most dalightful toilet article
ever produced. Warranted harmless and
matchless. F. M. Wilkin, agent, Eugene
Every man should subserilie and pay for
his hsial paper. A man in Dakota negleoled
this, and now his wife i a widow. He went
to a neighlKir' the other day to borrow a
paper aud while returning wa struct oy
ightning sad instantly killed.
n wb receuiiv oiuomu w