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EUGENE CITY, OH, SATURDAY, SEPTKMHKU 17, 1887.
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ht tfflff tfity (Guarfl
I. I,. CAM1T.KLL,
publisher a -.id Proprietor
i'ii'I-' -On the Ens side "f Willamette
'., i-.-itt en Seventh ami Eighth Streets.
Ti.:ilM. OK SUIISCIUPTIOX.
VrK3 OK ADVKUTIS1NQ
.Ivertiseiuenti inserted a follows:
1 . ..... iii.ud nr i.wh one insertion ts:
C aftertiscr will bo chared at the fob
'musiem no"Ly : '
i WIU wiU be rendered, .uarterly.
II job worn ni"-"
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,-
1 viTCKXE CTTV, OREGON'.
IpaCTICES INt ALLTllE COUKTS OF
I1";. ....... Will u:va Hiiecial attention
tills DUIVO. n-- - -i
'lections and probate matters.
ir .1- .fc V.;il:iii'a brink.
t l'U'E -over jiciiiim-i -
Ittorncy and Counsellor -
rILI. FKACiH r. l- i""
..i i,u s.-mnl Judicial District mid m
ISupreme Court of this State.
facial attention given to collection anil
Itwrn in nniliate
ashburne it Woodcock
iKSBCITV, - - OREGON
PKFICE At the Court I louse. i J'8ni3
t), A. IIOHKIS.
W. CON IK'S.
ON DON & DORRIS,
;UEXEUTY, - - - OliEGUA
imcE-Ovur i:ohinon & Church's hardware
GEO. M. MILLER,
prny ani Counssllor-at-Law, and
.p;EXEnrv, - ohm;o..
ni-e formerly occupied by Thompson &
J. E. R3NTON,
Special attention given to Real Estate Prac
ana AiMtracts ot l ltle.
itriuE Over Grange Store.
Physician and Surgeon,
Wilkin's Drug Store.
ikMilciiue on r iftli street, wuere lrMieiiou
Dli. JOSEPH P. GILL,
1AX HE FOUXI) AT HIS OFFICE or res-
piJeilee when not professionally engaged.
Residence on Eighth street, opjiosite Preshy
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
ECU EXE CITY, ORF.COX.
WILL PRACTICE IX ALL THE
iM IV.urU of the State.
ifWcial attention given to real estate, col-
ing, and probate matters.
.Ullectin ail kinds of claims against the
nited States (Invernnient.
"lii-e in ValtoI brick rooms 7 and 8.
UQIID A hoc inn nni cctatc
uuimnuL Ait J riLML loihii.
M HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
M- raruis, Improved and Cnimproved Town
IJ)ertT fr mle, on easy terms.
pon7 iientei and Eents c:iiec:ea,
Tlie Insurance Companies I r re8eiit are
--iuonif tlf oll)est anil U((wt i;,.iiaUe, ami in
' Pkomit andEyi:iT.ui!.E adjustment of their
Stand Second to Xone.
i J! ' y"ur Ptmnage b olicited.
Uthee up-tair, over the Granire Store.
13. F. DORRIS.
UA3 OPEXED A SHOP OX XIXTH
Street nniwitA .La 4,.. I'.ibori. uOt.-t
;' " prpar to do all kiu.ls of work' offered
111 ''i line.
A lar.-eitick of jf ie rl.-tln on Imi.d f r
to lett from.
' 'ir ei ialtie i. ii.e cutting and
"? Iilir. Cloaks.
';irii4 anil clenninz done uromiitly. St
"ime, Xt, 6,is8;. tf
?K? OB IJJjn A E) QB Nt)AM nn tin il
11 ira us vism in
t tX 011 K NIG STOCK
I V''H, ,.','. VSmRt -r
.. 1.2.-, aaSt w I
'HmA a. Nl IM !
mm y2 Furnishing
IIATiJ OF THE VElfY LATEST STYLES
Sirtts Mmlo to Order, Fits Guaranteed.
No TROUBLE to SHOW Goods.
J. W. CITE1MIY, Waltoirs Brick.
ir Sola Agents fcr
f . -A ...,. riii ri- i-nM'
K.i -SOLD hm MWrti smai-i.-
. . . ..
Ve lire still at the old reliable "Grange Store," ftTA
! " mid can sell you anything that you want to eat
A FINK ASSOIIT.M KNT OF
BEAUTIFUL- DRESS G00DS3
From the Cheapest to the Best at
prices according to quality.
A LAUC1K. STOCK OF
From the Cheapest to the Best. All parties can
be suited either as to Price or Quality.
Our assortment is Complete, from the lowest Price up to
the Finest; van suit yon i'lon irc us a call.
OUIl STOCK IS
' Look us over; if we do not v.-yon
sell to you lo.
-A FULL LINE
See our reinnrkably complete and elegant
new Htock at the
pit run iTt'li
,! s .isi..:
mum-v, will make some one ids
F. J. DUNN.
Not n C iliiorna Bear.
Ai!)iinh ran im!c"ii a i- .1.1 tUi l.iud o(
Wi-.illi l. ' I'l,,. tli't.blc is o 1. I TP, hV (lie
iii.m w l.o can Jit l!i l. ,u V.. iiduso our
rem!. Is to jiin.-li i-.. im' :i i i hn.:i-i'. a lioltlc
of N.WT.V AUIK. t!i.'Ca!i(,.vni.i 'Kin,;. ( (.n
siniiptiull, Asllinia, 11" I'll. C.h.Iis nnl
Croup I'nn . Kr,l !., p it h.ui.ly. ' 1 is picas,
ilio, t,. th.. la-to mil! alh lo tin- it .-m- enm-
pliiiiN. Si.Mut sft n tin!ti.M.v:i:o4r'.:.."(i.
CAM FORMA t'A l 11 ( I ' K I civ.s iii:tn..!i
ntc n ii. f. Tlie t'al.tnh.'it uvf i sin.:i 'is
pliii'i'd bv i! i hfiilii- ; au 1 pi ifi'n.iiii i.aliii.1.
tiivo :i a tii.il. S:.v tut . lull's tr. U'm s.t
scut lonil fl.lt
llMviiio pcifi et.'d n;niii..; im r.t.s w i ; h"
tics in Foiiland, 1 .nil iililc now to tind
chuscis 'nr lain!', more rcmli'v
In ri tofoii . If you h:iv lainl for f ile
proved or iiniinpmvi d, vou cannot do
i i ii-Ivt-
t.-r than to cull list voi.r l usiin ss u illi us.
Terms n .isoiiaMc. Your p it rinuiue solicited.
F. F. l'oiiins.
- 4 ...
Cihlornia Cat-M Curo.
The only cmiiantccd euro for ciitm ih, cold
ill the head, hay fever, rose cold, catarrhal
deafness and sore ejes. Restore the sense
of taste mid llliph rt int liii-ath, lesnltini,' fioin
catarrh. Easy mid filciisant louse. Follow
diicctioiiK and a cure -is wauaiitcd, ly all
dnuroists. Send for circulai to AllIETINE
M1.11CAI, COMl'AXY, Oi.nillc, I'al. Six
nioiiths' trifituicnt for l.l'U; sent by mail
$ 1 . 10. For sale by all diu'ists.
Jlelay.s are Dangerous.
Yon say, well, 'lis only a siijit cold, look
out, it may lead to an iiillamutioii ot l!ie liniiu
ini; of nuinemiiH air cells of the l.tuo: this U
Pneumonia. Or to spasmodic contractions nf
the lihrcs of the air Kiswiges, which is Astlimu:
or the iiitl.iuiatioii of the lining nc nihraue of
the throat and tulics which pass through the
Lungs, which in tin- t'ust stauc is called P.ron
chilis, and umy lead to 'consumption. Santa
Ahie is delicious in llavor, crr'ain and pcif.ct
in its icsiilt. A few doses will rclicic, a thor
ou;h treatiui'tit cure the ii'iove nana si dircasen.
Every buttle warranted hy all ilruggils.
Don't Believe It
Win n told th.it F. M. Williir.s, th.' di uo-i.t,
is not Ki lling "Wi ,dom'8 Robrrtiiie" for the
comph'Nion, the niot el. gant and only really
harmless preparation ot its kind 'ii the
world, mid giving a luaulifnl picluie card
with every bottle
I have this day disposed of my entire in
terest in tlic stock ot furniture and undertak
ing good in Kng.'iio City U J. U. Ream, who
will continue the business at too old stand,
and collect all bills due me for f'ti niiiiru and
iiirliTt iking goods, and pay all outstanding
oblig itioiis. M. S. Wai.i.is.
. August '20, 1SS7.
For Toilet Use.
Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the hair soft
utiil pliant, Imparts to It tho lust io and
frcsliiM ss of j-oiilli, causcH it to grow
luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, curoa
all scalp discuses, ami Is tho most clean
ly of all hair preparations.
AYFR'Q air Vigor 3& given inn
rtlL.ll O ji rfectBiitlsfaction, I wu.s
nearly bald for six years, during which
time I used many hair nrepanit ions, but
without success. Indeed, what little
hair I had was growing thinner, until
1 tried Ayor's Hair Vigor. I used two
bottles of the Vigor, and my head is now
well covered with a new growth of hair.
Judsuu U. Chapel, Tcauody, Jlass,
HAIR t'ia'' 'ias ')flC0ln0 weak, Rrny.
nnin aml faded, may have new life
nnd rolor restored to it by tho uso ot
Ayer's Hair Vigor. My hair was thin,
failed, and dry, and fell out In largo
quantities. Ayer'i Hair Vigor stopiMid
the falling, and restored my hair to its
original color. As a dressing for tho
hair, this preparation lias no enual.
Mary K. Ilauiuiond, Stillwater, Minn,
UlRflR y0"''1' an& bnxYi l tho
I lUUflj iippenrance of the hair, may
Mio preserved for an indefinite period by
tho uso of Ayer's Hair Vigor. "A dis
caso of tho scalp caused my hair to bo
como Lnrsh and dry, and to fall out
freely. Nothing I tried seemed to do
mo any pood until I commenced using
Ayer's flair Vigor. Three bottles o(
this preparation restored my hair to a
liealthv condition, and it is now soft
and pliant. My scalp is cured, and it
is also free from dandruff. Mrs. K. It.
I'oss, Milwaukee, vYis.
Ayer's Hair Vigo',
Bold I; Drugiilita and Pcrfunien.
Tekfect Safety, prompt action, and
wonderful enrativ properties, easily
placo Ayer's nils at tho head of tho Usti
of popular rwnedies for Sick and Nerv
ous Headaches, Constipation, and all ail
ments originatius in a disordered Liver.
I hove been a preat sufferer from
Healache, and Ayer's Cathartio Pills
aro tbo only medicine that has ever
given me relief. One dose of these Pilla
w 111 quickly move my bowels, and freo
my neau irom pain. vummiu
Prepared by Dr. J. C. A yer fc Co., Lowell, Viae.
Hold by all iWcra io Medicine.
IJAKKIJt l, L. W'OKKM
M S DARKER Expert Gun
Smith tock ot Guns and Am
munition on hand.
j yj Q .J JQ LOAM
Farm and City Property
IJ'ir n t rui i f v:ir a'
An-ijto SHERYOGO BURR.
Thf final Tow rr at ran.
The wi rks on the Chump do Mars fur the
exhibition of 1V are ;onn; on npiuv. The
fouiid.ilions for m vi ml ot tho large building
have been laid and the mod. in tower of
Rati. 1. which is ling coii,iructi d under the
auspices of M. l'.ilM, is gradually rising
from tlie ground. M. Fill. 1 hopes' that it
will be lintsln d by l Vtob, r next year." The
t'ust stoiy, nl.out bs(l bet in heicht, will ill
all probability hu completed nt the end of
I . c mher, and wo shall tlo li be able to form
a fair conception of the charncli r of tho i n
lire stiueliiie. Cm iouslv ciioiich the work-
in. ii i nga.;ed in clcaiin.; the Chump dc
Mins he llli t with unexpected dilliciillies,
owing to i lie t,.et iliat portions of tun old
. xhiliiil.'li buildings h id not been propel ly
removed. I'hi v have lu eii obliged to have
recourse to blastim;. I hear, bv the wav,
tint most of the nun, about six iiumlretl in
iinniber. are emplived at tho rale of 2J jd. to
;l,l. v. r hour. These are low w ages for Pur-
is, but I he lu lmvior of the InUirers has
been eci Ih iit, mid their .cal and activity
have alicadv won for them no small amount
ofs'oniiiii ndat ion. -Paris dispatch.
i in in y, you'd better stop slidiu' down
that et liar door," said one urchin to another.
"Cos er weal in' out the scat of yer pants."
"I don't care."
"Well, you better. School's goin' io com
mence purty soon."
A tourist just from the Sandwich islands
says, the garden island of the group, Kuuaii,
is owned by tierinans. It is l.'iiHiO square
miles in cMeut and about TlHIU population,
the most of whom are Chinese nnd Kanaka
laborers. The island of Hawaii is about 4IHH)
siiiare miles ami is controlled by American,
English ami German merchants, whoso
prae. fill and bloodless revolution has been
much exaggerated. There urn filKJO China
im n in n population there of N00II, ami these
are rapidly intermarrying with native womeu
w ho prefer tin in to Kanaka husbands, as the
latb r force them to labor, whereas the Chi
min, n support them in idleness. The ma
jority ot the women are marvels of physical
beauty, but the morality of the people is hiicIi
that their degeneracy is but a ipiestiou of
time. He made a risky trip to the leper is
uii.l of Molokai, where he met the resident
physician, Dr. Arthur Moiiritz, who receives
a salary of I'J.l'OH. There aru 'JM patients,
ami some of the sights he saw are too horri
ble for description. Among the eases is a
inishiomiiy formerly from Michigan.
A real estate ngent, who recently visited
boomlano in California, returns of the opinion
that the Southern Pacilic railroad will do us
much for Oi gon as it has done for California,
which is a gn at deal. Ho thinks that at
least seventy thousand mople aro now
headed for Oregon, and will visit this state
in the next year or two. There is no doubt
that times will liven up when connection by
rail with California is completed. Real es
tate transfers will hug. ly increase, mid nil
kinds of business w ill be brisker. The pop
ulation that the in ib na.l will induce to come
here will biing about these things. This is
what we wo want. We want belter times
ami more prospi rily generally, but no boom,
such us the term implies, And it is the
opinion of the writer that we will bo far
enough away from tho storm center
of the real "boom" to gi t nil its belli Qeial
ell. i ts of renewed energy and general pros,
ferity, free from Rh biui effects of intuited
values and visionary prosperity. State.
man. Di (eating our maniifiictiircrs in their u
denvor to compete abroad with the muuufau
tiii'.s of untaxed raw materials, war taxation
has set them on a ferocious eoinpetiuui ut
cut-throat prices in our own home market, to
which thev me shut up, and for which their
producing powers urn increasingly Hiipera
liundalit. Long periods of glut, mid so-called
overproduction, have alternated with brief
periods of renewed activity mid transient
prosperity like the present. These prolong
ed war-tan!) tuxes, incompetent and brutal
us a seh. mo of revenue, fatal to the extension
of our foreign luaikets, and disorderly to our
domestic trade, have ill the last resort acteil
and reacted with most ruinous injury upon
our wagid-earni'is. uaiiiei .winning.
Among the prosperous Oreuoiiians In Los
Augilesis Xathaii Cole, thn founder of the
Northwest News in Portland, in which ven
ture he dropped about y.'.II.OUU. Ho is en
L'HL'ed ill Mlttillg 111) houses on the install
mi nt idali. out of which he cleared
SIH.lMit) last year.
Them is one vacant free scholarship in the
State University for Lanii county, for which
examination of applicants w ill be made on
Moiidav, t'i tola r olli, IX7. Those wishing
to apply will ph nse send in their names.
A. W. Paitkisson,
School Siijm riut. n.leiit
August 20, 1S87.
Harm lor bale.
1 1 :e for sale 220 acres of land know n as
the (iiirllini farm; " acres good limber and
the remain I. r all prairie. All under fence;
K.io.l house and bain; good orchard und
other improvements. Tim place has no
abundance ' good spring water and is sit
uated one fourth mile from the Pleasant
Hill school house, one of the best school
districts in the county. Foi further piirticii
urs apply to T. S. Hkndiiickh.
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL ARI1.T1XE OINTMENT
is ! 1 v nut im in lurge two ounce tin boxes,
ami is an absolute cur for old "ores, burns
wounds, ( hupped hands, mid all skin erup
lions. Will positively enre all kindsof piles
Ask for the ORIGINAL AlIILTIN'E OINT
MEN I'. Sold by all diuggist at 2 cents pi r
box by tliall .'HI celils.
What Is 1 tr
That products that b-iiiltifully m .ft com
plexion slid h aves no traci s of iU applii a-
li.m or iniur.o.is i t;. ct.' l i.e niicwer, vi
doin'i Rob -itiiie accomplishes ail this, and
is pronounced by ladim of taste and refine
ment to b th ni't delightful toilet article
ever produced. Warranted hinnlvss and
uiatohhss. F. M. Wilkius, ng. lit, F.ugene
FokSai.P. 1'si .,t hi all parts id Eugene
City with and without lem-. Price to nit
Gro. M. MlLLia.
CotTM'tl. ClIAMIlKII, El i.UNK Cl TV,
On., Sept. I J, ISM".
Council met iu regular session. Present:
Mayor Dunn, Comicilnicii liilvcu, Friendly,
I. uckcy, Dorris and Church, Kecordcr and
The minutes of last meeting Were read and
The lluaucs committee reported favnrably
on the following bills and warrants were or
dered drawn for the several amounts to-wit:
G F Croner, $17; D K P.rown, $I..'K; .1 E
Plvmate, A J Collier, f (i.'i.Hll; U T Fanning,
f.i'.T,".: 11 F Dorris, Jla.tt); J It Aldcrinim,
fit; 11 J Day, l):l.7.'i; Win Sniiih,2'.M; Um
ber t .V; Henderson, S;l.5ll; Willauiettn Liun
la r Mfg Co., 'JI.3a.
The judiciary committee reported adversely
to the petition asking for an ordinance to
prevent cows fioin running at large, tiling
w ith their report n remonstrance against said
petition. On motion the repoit of the com
mittee was adopted.
Ordiuutico No.'ilO, evlcndilig the lire lim
its, was passed.
Ordinance No. 31, lo prohibit bawdy bouses
or houses of ill fame, was passed.
Ordinance No. ordnug the improve
ment o' Fifth and Pearl streets, passed.
On motion of McCluug the matter of open-,
ing Pith street was referred to the judiciary
committee with instructions to report by or
dinance if the charter conferred the power to
condemn land iu such cases.
On motion of Friendly the judiciary com
mittee bo, and is hereby authorized, to ten
ter to Mr. Kuinsey the sum of one hundred
dollars as full compensation for that part of
his lot required (or the improvement of 8th
On motion the cominittco on printing was
instructed to obtain bids from the three
ollices (or printing and report at the next
Mel 'lung, (or tho committee on streets, re
ported the work on the several slreets pro
gressing iu a satisfactory manner.
l'etitiou from siraul), Ogitcn unit outers
asking for Are plugs, referred to the com
mittee ou Are and water.
Petition from Titus. Hanson, Patterson mid
Park, asking for sidewalk on south side of
llli street between W illiunelle ami Oak, was
granted and sidewalk ordered, '
1'etition from tockerline, 1'atlerson anil
ithers, askinc for sidewalk on south side of
Will street from Mill to High, and on east
side of Mill from loth to llth streets was
granted and sidewalk order, d.
Petition from Condon, Matthews nil I others
asking (or sidewalk iu front of their premises
1'elition from Lowell, Kuwlmiil ami others
asking for sidewalk on the east side of Oak
from I llh to alley between liltli mid 1 itli ts.
Petition from Chen v, Ldns and others,
asking for the improvement of llth street by
grading and graveling betwu u Willamette
and High, was referred to committee ou
A remonstrance from D Col. mini and O
Moore against the petition of S O Garrison
nnd others was rend. The President ruled
the remonstrance could not be entertained.
J T Martin asked (or a crosswalk lo be
constructed ou the south side of Uth street
across Washington; on motion referred to
cominittco on streets. I lie street committee
wns also instructed to order a crossing on yth
street on tho west side of Oak, if on examin
ation it was found lo be of snflicicut impor
tance. The following bills were referred lo the
Wand & Co., $o8.H(l; McCoinnck ,V Collier
1.70; W Wilcox, 2; J II Ktow. ll 7.1.02; J H
Alderman, 21; O M Collier, 12; Eugene Iron
Works, 0; ( T Fanning, U.."0; L Simmons.
11.50; 8 Potter, 2!l.:)7; II F Dorris, :m.'i..;
F J Kowland.2HH.4l; F, U llollenbeek, WiO:
J W Chirk, 15.50; J L Cole, I); Journal oftlce
2.20; II J Day, 40.2u; llobinsou x ( liurcli,
21.58; Willamette Lumber Co., 1 1.57; C F
Croner, 1; It M llobinsou, 4.111; EJ McClan
Ou motion the rules were suspended and
warrants were ordered drawn us follows:
J II Stowell. $75 04; E J McClannuuiiu,
215.50; E It llollenbeek, i:i.20; Wand Co.
liH.WI; linker, Malhcws and Striker, C7U.50;
S Potter, 2'.t.;t7; F J llowland, 2"i0; N Math
ews, 150; It McGee. 710.
On motion adjourned.
II. P. Doiiiiih, Ilee.
The lirooklyn G. A. It. to the number of
20,000 recently gavo an enthusiastic reception
to Pension Commissioner lllack. A speech
was mado by Gen. Dun. Sickles, in which be
You, as Grnnd Army men, should (eel
proud in having such a distinguished guest
with yon this evening. His presence here
calls to my mind the fear I hud when (hero
was a change iu the administration. Three
years ngo this was brought about, and mil
only myself but others feared that The pen
sion laws would not be administered with
that sympathy or cordiality which bad been
previously done. I have been thoroughly
convinced that whatever party liny be in'
power the claims of tin veteran will always
lie recognized. It is gratifying to know that
the party in power to-day has just as much
sympathy with the veteran as its predecessor.
I'do not Is lieve that ony name should Ih
placed on the pension roll th roll of honor
aniens he has done faithful s( rvice.
Harriet lleecher Stowe recently wrote
io a (rioud lis follows: "I was seventy
six ou my last birthday, and have all my
bodily powers perfect; eau walk from tbrto
lo seven miles a day without undue fatigue;
have a healthy appetite, and n ipii t sleep
every night. In view of all theso items 1
scarcely think that I ftina subject for lamen
tation. I do not lament over myself. It w
true that I do not intend to write any more
for the pubiie. 1 always thought that an
thors should stop iu good time, before read
ers stop reading.
Prof. E. V. Cope calls attention to flie fact
that the negro type of physiognomy is lie
coming (reipient among tho idlers, la.ar. tti
ami weaklings of our largo cities. Idleness,
debauchery, and bestial nissioift debase and
deteriorate both mentally and physically. Iu
other wouliinUeiliiy and family extinction
flow from power used for debusing purpos. s.
The professor gives numerous illustrations iu
support of his rather suggestive and remark
Canker humors of every description.wheth
er in the mouth, throat, or stomach, are ex
wlled from the system by the use of Ayer's
Sarsaarills. No other remedy cau compare
with this, as s cure for all diseass oiiginat-
ing in impure or impoverished blood.