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estlP.USJED FOE THE DmUIUTM OP KNCU TO P.HIIrtIS, Ml TO UU II nHEITUnii II TIE SltElT OP OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1887.
I'.i.. .1 M t fl
,.. n iH F.ast side "f Willamette
tkbms of subscription.
... 12 50
! ...it Inserted as follow.:
i!,ert,rr n ". rr,",,,3,:
ill"0- .. ... I rhurrtd at the fob
lveruer - -
. ..).' tut An
"K""- .!.. .Ih. "V
Jr.six 'n""lh,, 12 00
'""'TJilU wH 1 he' quarterly.
nm " o
r. u rni.MKlL
FUGEXK CITY". OKKUUS.
" .VM;. Will izive special attention
,.!.;.,. and probate matters.
Lfl-Over Ileudrlok 4 Eakin't bank.
Ittorney and Counsellor-
IriLL PKACTICE IN TI B tiJuio
V of the Second Judicial District ami m
'kiureine Court of this State.
fStte.ition given to collections and
fieri in imibate
II HIS! IS
f Wkm In
OUR RIG STOCK
. n mi hi
Si'e our remarkably complete anil rleitant
ih'w stork at His
WLOWK8T PRICES JM
HATs, OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES
Suits Mude to Order, Fits Gnaranted.
No TROUBLE to SHOW Goods.
J. W. CHERRY, Walton's Brick.
ashburne & Woodcock
IKNUCIIT, - - - ORKGON
BKFI0E At the Court House. iy8ra3
fc, i. IHJllHIH.
B. W. CONDOM.
ON DON & DORRIS,
tCEXE CITY, - - - Ullfcuua
JFKICK-Over Robiuwm 4 Church a liaraware
CEO. M. MILLER,
.orny aal Collns3lloat-Lawl and
Heal Estate A$ent.
GE.VECITY, - OREGON,
Hi1ice formerly occupied by Thompson 4
J. E. FENTON,
UGEN'E CITY OREGON.
; TMni:i! AttAiifinn irivnn ta Ual EHtate PraO
U and AbntrarU of Title.
Omt'l-Over Grange Store.
T.W. HARRIS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth street, where Dr Shelton
lidence on Eighth atreet, opposite Presby
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
1AX BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or rea-
-'Uence when not professionally engaged.
J.J. WALTON. Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
7".L PRACTICE IN ALL THE
II Courts of tha Stuto.
Special attention given to re.il eitutf, col-
tiiiif, and urobnte inlters.
.ii !.:.. !.. ..i !.,;.,. . ,.ln.t the
1 nited States Government'
"mce in Walton's hriok-rooms 7 ami 5.
Our ntoro liuilding sold, and as wo sliull liav t(i iiuivn into
in the nuir future, wo hnv.- M'Tnimed to closft out our entire Htock RE
GARDLESS OF COST.
Wh liavp in Btock the finest selection of goodn suitable tor Moiulay pres-
i.. i .. f....,i ;.. tiw. Pit,.
Diamonds, Gold watches, Gold
chains, Silver Elated W are,
Jewelry, Notions and
Albums Scrap t3ooks, Autograph Albums,
Christmas ana Hew Tears uaius,
And an endless variety of nice goods -Call and see.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
Frank Brothers Implement Co.,
AND MILL MACHINERY,
.... r- . . -I rk.
iAni A Woods' Mowers, neapers ana oieei
vicinal , .!- i o.ir
Wheel Twine dinaers; I nomas ana noyai oeu
DnmD KaKes; noages uuuuiu wiapci
Headers; Gaar, Scott & Co's Threshers
and Horse Powers; Rock Island
Walking, Gang and Sulkey Plows.
Must Complete Line o
iv. nn il.o Pnnifln 1nnj;l TTuvif ilt rnivpd Onr BOodi
Buggies Carnages ua spniiR ct)8tMner8 the lene.
danng :the low rates of hnn f, htior Write for Catalogue and
fit, and sell them gooas in our uu -
Prices. Adilresg , . n-l ..1 t
Frank Uroincrs lmiJienniu tu. ruiuuu, ui.f
Or J. M. HENDRICKS, Agent, Eugene City, Or.
For Toilet Use.
Aycr'i nail Vigor keeps tiio hair soft
and pliant, Imparts to It the lustre and
freahnpjui nf vnntfi. rAii.n. It tt errnvr
luxuriantly, eradicates Daudruff. cures
ail scaip diseases, and is the most clean.
ly oi all hair preparations.
AYFR'Q lalr Vljror has givon me
f I L.II O perfect satiafactlou. I was
uouiv uwiu lorsiz yoars, aunnff wuica
uiiin x. iiitmi ninnv nmr nrnjiri.innn. iiiii.
without success. Indeed, what little
nair l bad was (Trowing thinner, until
I tried Ayer's Hair Visor. I used two
Domes oi me v igor, ana my neaa is now
waII mdimiI wllK m far4ti nf Kali
Juason u. thapol, foabouy, mass.
UK ID that has become weak, irray,
II Mill and faded, mav have new life
and color restored to ft by the use of
. . ,r.l. LI ( V I A I. 1
Ayer s tinir icor. " jiiy aaa wai mm,
....I A-, an.l ufl ml In Kn
UM1W, UUU U.J HIXI II W.W H .Wfw
quantities. Ayer's Hair Vigor stopped
the falling, and restored my hair to its
original color, as a dressing tor me
hair, this preparation has no equal.
Mary N. Hammond, Stillwater, Minn.
VI ROD you"1. na heautjr, In the
I luUn, appearance of the hair, may
be preserved ior an inaenniie perioa Dy
the use ot Ayer't Hair Vigor. A dis
ease of the scalp caused my hair to be
1 1. .... .1 1 ... .. u ...
freoly. Nothing I tried seemed to do
ma an mwl .mill T mmmAtlMd usiniP
Ayer's Hair Vigor. Three bottles of
tnls preparaiion rcsiorea my nair vu
healthy condition, and it is now soft
.ml nllant. arAln ta rnrAil. ftnil it
is also free from dandruff. Mrs. . R.
1111 .i.knit W im
Ayer's Hair Vigo", I
DOia oy uruggui. aa i cnumci.
Pnnn Safktt. Drotnot action, and
wonderful curative nroDortles, easily
place Ayer's Puis at the bead oi tne usu
ot popular remedies ior hick ana nerv
ous Headacnes, uonstipation, ana an ail
ments originating in a disordered uver.
T Va Vn.n fyAftf. BM fTurPT from
Headache, and Ayer's Cathartio Pills
are tne onty meaicine mas i
i n ma m 1 1 at ma nnHM ill LiinMn xiun
uivau iud iww. y , ,
mMta tntr hAWAIfl. HTlll VtQA
my head from pain. William I Pago,
Kirnmona. v ii
I Knlil ti'iidi'Hv lir luilii'iit lmuds
Across her gcntlo brviiKt,
There s untlnug more (or tuem to do,
Her hi'art lus (ouud its rest.
Ah! tender heart, I know its defth,-
I knew its wealth of love,
I knew how trustingly each prayer
Went np to Cod above.
No more that voice to kind and low
ill call her dear ones rouinl,
And lull (Iihiu of the bonudli'H. love
And peace her hhuI had found!
Nor kindle more thoe trustful tyo
At love's endearing call,
Nor part those lips to kindly smile
Or axk Ood's blessing over ull.
Dear one good-byo! thy life though brief
Shall not have been lu vain;
It leaves the lessou ou our lieirts
How love may coiKpier pain.
Cottage drove, Or., Aug. 11, 1887.
Yrirrnni Who hail M Before.
Prepared by Dr. J.O. Ayor Co.,Low.U,Mua.
Best Assorted hi
At prices to suit all
Urinir vour produce to Ooldsmith's and
get money ior it.
B. P. DORRIS,
HSMCE AMD REAL ESTATE
I HAVE SOME VERY DES1RAT5LE
Farms. Improved Rt.il Unimproved Town
Th Tn.im... n a.:.. T M.i,uunf. nre
iiauilllliu (PniftalItrH l fj;n r-v..-- - -
Wionu tie oldest and most Iteli.-dile, and in
Tkiiiipt andEyi'lTAB: r. adjnstnnt of their
"bare of your patmnne is oli itd.
Otfic. up-itain, over the Grange Store.
. B. F. DuliKlS.
XI Stra .t. T .t,,.. wh-I.
i t vw "i'wwu. uid our HMWli ......
!iprparwl loll kind of work offered
AW-tocV of Fine Cloths on hand for
tnmrt to K lect from. ,
n. ni onr pcilties 1. tti cnttinif nu
'"of U,lin fl.mk.
nCiriii and cleaning don promirtly. oat-
7, M"u (rrantert.
Nov. 6, m. tf
H AMBLETONI AN.
millS HIGH DKKD STALLION WILL
i I i a u-iv a ut1q Strinr Knirnnp. ins
mfnr tsaann lla Is R lUm IOR1 BUlWr. X
Will RllK tftliU
THE MOUNTAIN I30Y
At the aame place. He is 7 years old and
. ;!. . 1 nnn tlx. and is one of the
I best foal getters in the State of Oregon. Ha.
. " t it. I .1..1. ll.u. n
tine iKHiy, an'i is oi .pienum "..
suit the times.
IT WILL ALSO STAND ATSTKWAi.is
nMUIOu""R ",v . .
bred Jack. He i K'laranteed to l a sure loal
if.tter. He was raineil in "anninnwiii n;rn
noky Jack: hi dam was an imported Kentucky
J"'."- . .. .....:.,... I. l.U
Sl wo oi colt, are on exinoiium bv mip
Call and ae. them.
Terms made kmwn on appucaunn.
Punt IT ltii'na . urivulM u-itli omt Arm. Iw-
longiug to th Tweuty-third North Carolina
lti.nim. nt. lmd stoiuied over here to ses the
plaoe at which he hid lost his arm. J. F.
Janes, of the I weltth MaHsacliUHutts, bad
oom. uvre to iw present ai tne reunion, jones
had his left che.k loiie toru away by a (hot
at the Devil's Den, and he pointed to where
. .. .1 I A1
lie had lain among mo rocss ana iirtni.
While doing this ltivcs approached, and,
standing out among the Iroes, remarked, in a
eaBiial wnv. that he had had his arm badly
shattered at tills place, ami uau mine to nvm
it. "I lost my arm hero," said he of North
Carolina. "I got this there," said the man
from Massachusetts, pointing to his cheek,
and the conversation became general. "My
God! you don't mean to say," said the North
Carolinian, "that yon are the man who lay
..... . , uu ..t , . ii i
behind that roc jointer r -i no, mm
Jones. "Th.u you are the identirnl man I
shot; I saw you fall." "And you are the
fellow who stood behiud that tree there, are
you? Well, 1 11 only say that t m tue niou
tical Individual who made you lose thatarm,"
said Jones, lloth men looked at each other
in astonishment, Itives at Joues lace, and
Jones at Itives arm. "Do my eyes tieoeive
me?" cried Jones. "They do not, nor do
initio deceive mo; you are the man. Let us
shake, said tno man itoin irom biiuwuuhu-
setts, and immediately there was a grasping
i,n,,,lu on.1 niniiinl nnolnuiea (or tha harm
each had done the other. Gettysburg Letter.
Chicago as a Summer Resort.
wi,. 1i,.i.. r ri,i, i.ii.a lu . It U
calculated to inspire a man with
. At this season of the year, when all
tho rest of tho country is sweltering, we In
... . 1 1. ,. ...
Chicago are so ""
wonder bow in people cau
Volumes might be written about Chicago
AH . The entire world acknowl
edges that Enough lias
been said to convince us mat mo weaiuer ui
Need we say anymore about this
TI.a lilirarif nf IllK llrilisll MuSAnin UOW
conUiins more than 2,0W),(K)0 books, which
oocuny three niils lineal of bookcases eight
feut high, ine uorary una wnuni iu u
an extent that tho disposition of the books
has become a serious difficulty to the author
ities. There is still so much crowding that
In a very short lime tne state ot tne uorary
will necessitate me uuuuihk oi n i"k,
unless other means are devised to obviate the
difficulty. The schema which has sow been
considered oy me trustees, aim ua. reuoncu
ii... I. .,li,,ii ia nnn fur tha introduction of
movablo pressea into the library. N. O.
TlMnl ATnurimHiits ara (aid to have allOWD
that a snail, weighing a quarter of as onnce,
when crawling up a winuow was auie to uu
To Build up a Town.
TIia fflliiviiw, from IIia P,ilrtlnma Artriia
to the citiena of that town is applicable,
word for word, to the citizens of Eugene
Willi a virw ui uiiMMiufj it
Talk about it. Write about It. nelp to
Improve it. Speak well about it. Iteautify
the str.ots. I airouize us mercDanu. AUTeriiw
in the newspaper. Speak well of its public
spirited, enterprising citizens. If yon are
Irii'U, invest aouieiuiiiK; employ uiu.uuu,
tie a "rustler." If you don't think of any
..iu.,1 word In aav. don't aav anvlhiuil bad
about it. llcmembtr that every dollar you
. , 1 ..... 1.
invest in a permaueui luipruveuieut i. iu
much on interest, b courteous to stran
gers that come among you, so that they go
:,i ii i .... - 11.... Al,uu
awnj Willi ,nuil luijiivuiuiia. ntw.;. vu-v.
ou the nu n wuo go m tor imiiroveiu.ms,
your portion of the coat will be nothiug,
only what is just. Dou't kick at any pro
posed necessary improvement because it is
not at your door, or for ft ar that your taxes
will U raised a dime. Don't throw stuiub
ling blocks in the way of your city oftloersj
they are generally publio spirited men and
spetid lots of time iu the publio interest for
which they receive no remuneration. Don't
use rubber stauips on your lettei heads; that
is a "dead give away" on your own business
aud on the town. Get your letter beads, en
velopes, business cards, etc., printed at the
printing office. Never condemn the local
paper unless they havo unfairly used you.
If llll.V lllkVA flrttt It with von uninstlv. write
to them or go to the office aud tell the editor
about your case, aud if ho is busy and a
much smaller wan physically than yourself
he will lose no time iu setting you right be
fore the publio. If you owe the newspaper
a dollar, or nve dollars, or tweuty-flve oeuts,
pay it if you on; there is no other force iu
the community which oan do anything like
the same amount ot good for It as a news
paper. Dou't gut polities mixed up with
v.mr Im.iiiKAur if von ara a huainuss man.
dou't lose tho help that a newspaper can
give you because its politics are uot your
politics and by all means don't advertise
merely to "help the printer along;" adver
tise to help your town aud business along.
li.... l ....... ..liln. . w.K.t K.'i nr ttlOO a
month uublishiug a paper and not offer your
help. Put your share of help along with
that of your neighbors, aud the aggregate
iu the town will sustain the paper.
vertically two and a quarter ounces, or nine
times its own weight. Another snail, weigh
ing one third ot an ounce, orew uonionwuiy
on a table seventeen ounces, or fifty times its
TT...inn narfootiul ArriinuMnente with rsr-
ties in Portland, I am able now to find pur
.i.m... r liimls. more readilv than
heretofore. If yon have land for sain, im
proved or unimproved, yon cannot do wet
ter than to entrust your business with ns.
Torms reasonable. Your patronage solioitod.
1). r . jyoilliin.
I'eopit Dcuinnii 1'rotcctlon. Patent Medl
What are they? As a general thing ther
are proscription! having boon used with
iir.t iniiviaiui bv olil anil well-read nhvsi-
ciaus. Thousauds ot invalids have beeu
unexpectedly cured by their uso, and they
are the wonder and dread of physicians and
medical colleges in the U. 8.. so much so
that physiclaus graduating at medical col
leges are required to discountenance propri
etary medicines, as through them the coun
try doctor loses bis most prontauia praouce.
Asa manufacturer of proprietary medioines,
Dr. O. U. Uroon of Woodbury, N. J., asvo
oatcsmost cordially, in order to prevent
the risk that the sick and afflicted are liable
to, almost daily by the use of pateut medi
oines put out by inexperienced porsons for
aggrandizement only, aud the employing of
inexperienced aud Incompetent persons by
which almost every village auu iowu i.cuia
ed ; and men claiming to be doctors who had
better be undertakers, experimenting with
their patients and robbiug thorn 9? their
money and their health, for the good of the
allliuted that our Government protects its
people by making laws to rsgnlate the prao
tioo of mediuiue by better experienced aud
more thoroughly known physicians, and
thereby kei-p up the honor and credit of the
..r..f.,Minn iiKn form luwa for the recording
of recipes of proprietary mudioiues, under
examination and decision cf experienced
chemists aud physicians appointed for that
purpose by the Government befoae they are
licensed for goneral use. Ho would most
freely plaoe the recipe of Hoschee's Ger
man Bvrun and Green August Flower under
such laws, had he the proper protection, and
thereby save the prejudice of the people, and
avoid the competition and imitation of
worthless medicines, Copied from the Chi
oago Mail, Aug. 3, '7.
rnTf... to urniMtV 1:1 VEX THAT
All 11 r T C 11 OM-W the partnership heretofore esi't'".
'II P h h K N UweenJ. W. UrUt.wandT.J.Criir,.nK.f-d
I ft I L I L 1 1 U in the sale nf machinery and agricultural im-
I , r- i":. o..nn iimliT tha
L, ..r,. .iL nf liristow & ( ralK, I this
J.. ,U.....A l. mutual ivilinollt. T. J. ( rsilf
uj .I. j . 1 J I .7.
rat rimr therelrnm. All aeowi now uu.
become due to tne laie nrui aro v, . .... ... .
W. liristow, who bereoy assume, an mi rami
ities and demands aain jam nr.. .
.1. r . ini"
T. J. CKAIiJ.
Dated this 3rd day of Au(rut, 17.
1 ttr r - Jll Mnilnim the alsive lmi
nrm at the old stand. Thanking the public for
their liberal patronage to the lata tirra. we he
hy square dealing, etc, w wi' ." -' 7"
d the aame. w- Utmuyru.
. . . a -S
Four splendid "Xew White -iNickcl-platcd
Sewing Machines All Complete.
I a,., ofivrins th a cost, ,.. I.avi.y ihn ,!, ,,r room to d.-al irt
them any longer. This is a Ii..- ...prtii..uy y " " y"1
llr, Wt furnislio,. a.,1 certainly thn ,,t .U-M- of all Maclu.ies.
J , olli r the toiiowin iihivbiiir:
Fort Ladies' Xeiv .Market CI oaks for 1 less than Cost,
n,.n hi-fi re Gents tine Overcoats, (this seasons pur-
rhase.) for Si less than Cost.
Tliew are xll new, dPHirai."' conn. t"' r - -
i i ... I I...... mi-.iv iinl; ih-xI V inter.
"" I hi ve'a tiuiiiLi r of ' am. to lWl 1 wi.l cai. nttec
ntt fr n ti'"
Soencer Bt'tU X.-rwry fniit tree, for at
J&iwn;. on Khth ,-treet near IWj
trw. f.salehy the hundred cheap.
uiili th Inn and in accord
ance with prescribed forms the Smith Series
of Primary text bixiks on riiysiiimgy aim uy-
. t -..1. .....I l.....nflui. in
glene, nave uen aeiemeu on una n, i........ ,u
the publio schools of this stato nfter August
9. 18S7, until changed by law.
The now Collector of Customs at New
r r.... I. Mr. 'William Stark. S
jjoiiuioi, - - -
grandson of Kevolulionn.y John Stark, who
proposed to llcK tue Iiriiisu or e inv aiuu a
Henry George leaves his month open too
much Let ns cull his attention to the de
serve 1 popularity of the early closing movement.
TV Oregon Wood Purifier is Nature e
ownrt medr, and should be osed to the ex
clusion of all other medici nes In all diseases
o tli stomach, liver und k idneys.
Musical Instruments, Toi, Notions, etc
If you ar. lumgry give Jack a call at the
IU-d Front Restaurant.
Delays are Dangerous.
You nay, well, 'tUnnly a stiulit cold, !ok
. .. .. 1....1 ... ... 1.. fUiiiutii.il nf th. Iinintf
imi of numerous air cell, of the I.uuks this Is
I'neimionia. Or to M-aMiKslie .ontra. ti.ms of
the tihre. of the air p:is.i((i, which U Astama;
or the inflaniatioii of the linioi liieinhrane of
the throat and tulie. whh h p-w thn.iih the
Lur.its, which In th- firt .tane i calle.l llron
chitis. sn l may l ad to cotiiimrtion. SanU
A hi ii delk.im in flavor, ci-rUiu and perfect
i. a f..u, iloui will n-licve. a thor-
III II. ir.1111. n m. - .
nil 'h treatment eiire the aSove named dlneases.
Every Isrtlle wai runted by all uniKgi.w.
What Is It?
That prodwea that beautifully soft coin
plexion and leaves no trac.s of iu applica
tion or Injurious . fleets? The answer, Wis
i . ir,.lriM,u m-omtilishes all this, and
is pronounced by ladies of taste and refine
ment to be the most delightful toilet article
!.,.., i u,rroliil harmless and
evir iiiu.li'.'. - ,.
matchW F. M. Wilkins, agent, Eugene
ua Editor Who ii Not Scared.
Jud Lamoure said that he had mails up
his suiud to shoot our bead off our
shoulders if we dared to publish comments
. if I . t ... L - .11,
on bis actions at necue, ou. iu uiku;
the profession demands that we give the
plaiu truth, without regard to personal con-
uumiuniiiiu Ml- fnrnv.fr I iij rvimrded as a cow
ard, uot fit to serve the people in the capac
ity of an honest nowsgatberer. II is actions
were cowardly, urumi aim unuecuLumg u
iliiMlltV llf A IIIAI1. If tha column rules of
j the Democrat are turned upside down next .
week, the good renders may anow mat im
relio of barbarism has kept his word. Bath
gate (.Dak.) Democrat. 1
The only guaranteed cure for catarrh, cold
In the head, hay fevor, rose cold, catarrhal
Justness and sore eyes, llestore lbs sense
of taste and unpleasant br.atb, resulting from
catarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow
directions and a cure is warranted, by all
druggists. Send for circular to ADiruiArj
MEDICAL COMPANY, Oroville, Csl. Six
months' treatment for 1.W); ssut by mail
fl.lU. For sale by all druggists.
An Early Eviction.
i lillU Aimlin hnv whose iuiUeCUUioU.
parents are always moving from one house to
another was asked by the Sunday-schoU
"Why did the Israelites move ont oi
"lit'cause, tuey couiu ut pay moir icui. a
Cold Si sinos, August 15, 1887.
To the kind friends who assisted at the last
aud rites to my d eceased husband, I tender
my sincere thanks, also to the Guaao for its
kind notice, and especially to the members
of J. W. Guary Pont, G. A. It. for their at
U'uduuceand burial of my husband under
.1... i.niiiriiil itrvir'A nf th O. A. It.
The uext Congrtsi has twenty members
i... ,...At,Aii..r man. They should be
mud a standing committee to edit the Con