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EUGENE CITY, OR, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1887.
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Attorney and Counsellor at Law,-
P vrr.EXK CITY. OREGOX.
li' VCTK'KS IX ALLTHE C0UKT8 OF
S this Suite. Will give special attention
.Uection and probata matter.
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CEO. B. DORRIS, .
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(ffomey m uounseuur-at-Law,
-ILL PRACTICE IX THE CDURTS
of the Second Judicial District and iu
Huureine Court 01 imsi.
i. .; .1 ,.tt..ntiim iriven to cullectli
. i ll attention
item in urouare
ashburne & Woodcock
iEXBCiTY, - - - oimio
SkFIOE At the Court House. iy8m3
H, W. CONDON.
bNDON & DORRIS,
UEXECITY. - r " 011W.uj
men-Over lluliiusoii Jt Chinch's hardware
OUR 1HG STOCK
harm lor bale.
1 1 fur sale 2-D acres of laud know li as ;
111" Gillil.m f :irm : '.'j acres good limber mull
tli'a niniii.lt r wll prairie. All nu.lci fence;
good house 11 i.l hum; good oivhu.l and
other in.j:rnvi nn'iiU. T.u ll.iv Iiiik 1111
iiliiuiilnUi'c n( jji nut spiiiij.' win r nii'l hit
iinti'il mil fmiilh mill'' (mill ttii' Hi 11 -Miit
1 1 i 1 1 hi limil hni. si', one nt tin' lu xt m'liiNil
districts in i!u' comity. Fm fwiher pmlicu
iiih ui'i'ly to T. (!. Hknui ick".
ht s Furnishing
See imr renmrkulily complete anil cleuiint
)n w Htuck at the
nATfcJ OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES
Suits Made to Order, Tits Guaranteed.
No TROUBLE to SHOW Goods.
J. W. CIIEKUY, Walton's Brick.
lorn; and Ccuasallor-at-Law, and
I Real Estate Agent.
S;K.Kcrrv, - oukiiox.
ijllh'P formerly occupied hy Tliomwn &
J. E. FEN TON,
social utt.'uti.iu iriv
;ul AlMti'itrb ot litle.
BiflCE-Over (Jraugo Stole.
11 to Ileal Ktate l'rac
lluvin ; ju rf. etc l iirmtii;i tuciitii ilh pur
tics in 1'iiitl.iiul, 1 iiiii uliie iiuw to I'u.i I pin
clmseis 'nr l.nul-, inure lutilily tluili
heri 'iifme. If )..ii hitve land (ur mIo, im
proved or uiiinipioved, you cuiitu't do Kt
ter tll.lll to t'lltrUKl your lillsillei- with 111.
Tcruirt;.iKiiiiilil;. Your piitrniiiii;ebolicilcd.
li. F. iiu:i.n.
Calitoriiia Cat-R Cure.
'I'lie only nii..iiiutecd cuiti for Cidnrrh, cold
in the held, liny fever, rose cold, c.itiirihnl
deiifiieiin and Mire cyc. lic-tnte the wnw
u( tiistc mid unpleasant liirath, nnultin:: ftoiu
catarrh. Fjikv and plciisaut to ut Follow
directioiiu mid' a cme is iiiiaiiled, ly all
ilruuijistH. Send for I'ire'.ilai to AH1KTINK
MF.MCAL COMPANY, Oioville, fill. Six
nioiiths' treatment for $1.1 1; m ii! hy until
f 1.10. For sale hy all ilrii(;i4iMs.
Delays are Dangerous.
You my, well, 'li only i flight cold, hnik
nut, it 111:1V lend touu nilhiucitinu nt tlie I1111111;
ol nutiieroiH ir cellh of tlivi l.uio; tlnn if
1 lieiiliioiiia. Or to ki:ii-iiiihIic emit met 11 hi nl
the lilirex of tlm itir liaxMiueit. ul.lch m Axtlimit;
or the iiilhnnntion of the liniiiK iiieinhrane of
the throat and tiihi s w ha'h pam thmuli the
1,111.1:11. which iu the first Ui: l called I Iron-
hitiH. and liiav leml to coiisiiiiiiitinii. rutt
Ahin is delicious in flavin, certain an ' pel feet
in it icmilt. A few iloes will relieve, a thor-
iniijl) treatment cure me n'mve liaiiien oiai-es.
Every buttle warranted hy nil drul'l.
Don't Believe It
When told that F. M. Wilkin. th. druijisf,
is not selliiiij "Wisdom's lloliertine" fur the
complexion, the most chgant nnd only really
hiirmlesM preparatlou ol us Kinu 'U me
world, and u'viB I'cautiful picture card
with e cry bottle. '
V. HARMS, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Vilkin's Drug Store.
triileni on Fifth street, where lr Mielton
IDIL JOSEPH P. GILL,
AX ISE FUUXD AT HISOFFIOE or xf
ulence when not professionally eiii'aKt'd.
sidence on Eighth street, opposite Treshy
ECC.EXE CITY, OUEGOX.
.VlLL l'RACTICK IX ALL THE
1' t'oiirtsof the State.
Iiieeiid attention yiven to real estate, col
?:lli!. nnd liniliatrt matters.
'Ileetin all kinds of claims a'iiist the
ce in Walton's brick rooms 7 and 8.
Solo Agents for Eugcn City,
FOR THE .ICST1.Y CKLEl'ltATF.l)
SOLD AMD SILVER SHIBTS.- jfl
Wt are still at the old reliable "liranne Store,
and can sell you iinytliinj,' that ymi want to eat
Cheaper Tliari tlie Cheapest.
Makins Cuiluhi out of Blood.
The country is h niuiii to lit ilio waste.
Making biittuns of blood is ill this direction.
There is a lari fnctoiv in Fiidi;eport, near
Chicago, rniphnine; ulmnt 01m hundred men,
buys and 'iris, in which w isle iiniiinil blood
is coiivi rled into buttons. The s.iiiio llnu
h is urn flier laie faetuiy In where. A mall
ciiiiiiil IIirMh was die lint lo introduce the
luwiiiess in this eouiitiy soiiih years ago. He
lost fllS.tKHI the lirtl-uiiiolith's, but ctuck
I ) it, and uow he is iiiimeusely wealthy.
There are 11 number of similar faetorie 111
F.i.tln.d. From s.iwo to in.ootl unllou of
bl iod me used ill the liridenort factory
eM-ry iLiy. N'olhinn but fresh beef I loud is
Considerable of the blood eVaioratcsduriii(
the proei ss of ilryiii, but what remains is
pure uloanirii. Some of it is IilIiI in color
and some dark, iKvurdinu to the chemical
treatment iveli it. These thill hhwets of
di li d blood urn then bioken up, mid are
ri . 1 ly to lie worked into various sIihiics ami
sies. Ijirye ipialititii s of the blood sheets
are t'.seil by cloth iiiaiiufiicturers for setting
Hie Color in calico yoods. Not only are but
tons made fium blood in this way, but tolls
of canine,, breastpins, belt clasiiH, combs
and trinkets are made iiunually tin ro from
blood It is n queer, odoriferous business,
but 11 paving one,
Cosl of Can.
I have this day disposed of my entire in
terest iu the stock of furniture and uudi rtiik
inK goods in Eugene City to J. K. Ream, who
will continue the business at the old stand,
and collect nil bills due me for furniture nnd
undertaking i-noils, and pay all outstanding
obligitions. M. S. W.W.1.IS.
For Sale. l.V) lots in all parts ot Eugene
Citv with and w ithout Ii'iukcs. prices to miiu
' . tin, M. MlLLElt.
A FINK ASSORTMENT OF
B. P. DORRIS,
SURANGE AND REAL ESTATE
HAVE SOME VERY DES1RAM.E
Farnis, f niiroved and I'liiniproved Town
lrty for Kale, on easy terms.
'ort? Senterl ani Hents Collected,
I he IiiMiranee Coinpanien I represent are
J " the Oldest am) inisit keliable, and in
I Prompt and EuriTAnvE adiustment of their
f Stand Second to None.
v fire of your patmna is noliciteil.
'ftice up stairs, over the Grange Store.
B. F. DORRIS.
fAS OPENED A SHOP OX XIXTH
t- Street opposite the Star. r.akerv, wheie
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I , . e'ireii 10 un all kiuiu 01 wnra uiicim
brst Ukc of Fine Cloth, on hand for
1 'CT 10 t,ett from-
, .' uf mir sf ialti, U the cnttinif and
!nir nil. 1; t o
BEAUTIFUL DRESS C00DSSU-
From the Cheapest to the Best at
prices according to quality.
A LAUCJK STOCK OF
For Toilet Use.
Aycr'8 Ilulr Vigor keeps tho luiir 80ft
and pliant, Imparts to It tho bistro and
fri'shiH'ss of youth, cause it to grow
luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, cures
all scalp diseases, nnd la' tho most cleun
ly of all hair preparations.
AVFR'Q nair vKor utw Blvcn "10
t I un O pcrfi'ct sutiafiictlon. I wil,
nearly bald for six yearn, during which
time. I used many linlr preparations, but
without Hticci'sa. Imlueu, what littlo
hair I had was growing thliinor, until
I tried Ayer'a Huir Vigor. 1 usod two
bottles of tho Vigor, and my bend Is now
well covered with a new growth of bair.
Judsoa 11. Chapel, Pcubody, Mass.
LI A ID that htu become weak, gray,
rinin and faded, mny have uw lifo
and color restored to ft by the uso of
Avcr's Hair Vigor. My hair was thin,
faded, and tlry, nnd fell out in large
(inantities. Aycr'a Huir Vigor Btoppod
tho fulling, nnd restored my huir to Its
original color. As a dressing for tho
hair, this preparation has no enual.
Mary X. Hammond, Stillwater, Minn.
VIPDR y",n Bn(1 lpaiitv, In the
I luUlly nppearanco of the hair, may
bo preserved for an indefinite period by
tho uso of Ayer's Hair Vigor. A dis
caso of tho scalp caused my hair to bo
coino harsh and tlry, and to full out
freely. Nothing I tried seemed to do
mo any good until I commenced using
Ayer's Flair Vigor. Three bottles of
this preparation restored my hair to a
healthy condition, and It is now soft
and pliant. My scalp Is cured, and it
is also free from dandruff. Mrs. E. li.
A liist-chiss standard eight -wheel American
locomotive, with automatic train and drive
brakes, is worth $7lXHI. A modern sleeper,
with iil-inch steel-tired wheels, worth about
flO.IMMI. A parlor ear, with 4 '2 inch, steel
tiled wheels and steel nxlen, toilet room, up
holstered chairs, is worth about f.'iMOO. A
lu st class coach, w ith toilet room, patent car
wanner, 1'J iilch steel-tired wheels, steel axlci
is worth about $:'i(H. A second class coach,
with :lS-incli steel-tired wheels and axles, is
worth alKitit M'Jtkl. A postal eur of modem
design, with 4'J-inch ttccl-tircd wheels Slid
axles, is worth about $;llHH. A oO-foot bag
gage car, of modern design, with same run
ning gear, is worth about $JiKK). Astandiird
;l t - foot box and stock ear, with swing-motion
trucks and cast w heels and iron axles, is
worth about i 100. A coal-ear, with same
trucks, is worth about $3u0. Cnliooses are
worth from $ SOU to f UKIO, according to the
He Wnntrd Both.
General Skohclcli', according to the story,
was working one evening iu his tent near tho
I hmtibe, or near a pond, w hen a lurkish
boom dropped lit the threshold of his tent.
The general had just time to see tho sentry
outside stoop down and throw the shell into
the water. Skobcletl' approached the soldier
and said: "Do yon know that yon have saved
uiy life? "I have done my best, general.
was the reply. "Very well. Which would
you lather have, tho St. (loorge's Cross or
100 rubles?" The sentinel hesitated a mo
ment and then said: "What is the value of
the St. (ieoige's Cross, my general?" "What
hi you 11111111,' The ciiiss itself is of no value;
it may be worth live rubles, piuhaps, but it is
an honor to possess it. "Well, my general,
said the soldier, "if it is like that, give mu !)")
rubles mid the Cross of St. (ieorge!
Foss, Milwaukee, Wis.
Ayer's Hair Vigo'
Bold ly DniggUt and Tcrfumera.
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'; can suit ijou if you give us a call.
, Wiring and cleaoin; done promptly,
r.3ifm. VA- iuu..
OUP. STOCK IS
tSfFrc.!, rtcw and Stflish.JB
Look us over; if we tin not save you money, we will make soiiit one fels
sell to you lo.
-r-A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES." -
R R DUNN.
Teiifrct Safety, prompt action, and
wonderful curative properties, easily
place Ayer'B Pills at the head of the llstl
of popular remedies for Blck and Nerv
ous Headaches, Constipation, and all ail
ments originating In a disordered Liver.
I have been a great sufferer front
ncadache, and Ayer's Cathartic Pilln
are tho only medicine that has ever
tfven me relief. One dose of these Fills
will quickly move my bowels, and freo
my head from pain. William L. Pago,
Richmond, Va. '
Ptenuod bv Dr. J. O. A ver & Co., towal
Buld by all Dealer. In UvUlcLne.
FiHtrn Fiiiimiis Invrnlmih.
The fifteen great American inventions of
world-wide adoption are: The cotton-gin, the
plaiiiiig-niachine.tlui grass-mower and reaper
the rotary printing presH.mivigation by steam,
the hot-air engine, the sewing machine, the
iudin rubber industry, the machine manufac
ture of horse shoes, the sand blast for curv
ing, the gauge lathe, tho grain elevator, arti
ficial ice-making on a large scale, tho tdoetrio
ni.iL'iu't mid its practical application, tliu tel
Ill Father' Pruym Might Do.
Tom, a chit of four summers, was anxious
for a baby brother llm father, a minister,
had taught him that it was his duty to pray
(or what he wanted, doing to his father
with a verv sober face, he said:
"Papa, ilo you suppose if I juayed to God
right along flint hu would semi me a baby
"PeibiniH so." said liana, "but why do
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vnii ask .'
'Oh. because," replied he, "I have In en
nraviiiL' i.rl'aud on this L'ood while, and It
don't si mi to do any good!"
Make No Mistake.
Hv ilisiiellitiB the symptoms so often mis.
luken fur cniisiimtition. SANTA A 151 K has
liroiiidil L'ladliess to maun a household. Iiy
its prompt use for breaking up the cold that
too olten develop 11110 111111 mini uiiwuw,
thousands call be saved from an untimely
el-live. Mill lual.e lio IDNtllldi Iiy keeping a
bottle of this pleasant remedy in your house.
CALIFORNIA CAT-IM LRE is eiiially ef
feetive ill eradicating all tluces of Nasal Ca
i,.ii li lloth ol lln se wonderful California
remedies nre sold and warranted by nil drug
gists. 1 a package, :i for il. Al.
Important Auction Sale
Uf valuable firming propertv, cattle, horses,
wagons, funning implements, household fur
niture and other articles belonging to tho
farm of L. Gilpatiick, Pleasant 11 ill. 7 miles
southeast f Eugene. Having received in
structions from Mr. Lyman Gilpatrick, who
is leaving ou account of sickuess, I shall sell
at public auction to tho highest bidder, OU
the premises, at ll:lhi o'clock, on tho morn
m:siv, SKITKMIIKU 'Ji, 1SS7,
SO acres of as flnti farming land as there are
in Oregon. It is located at the foot of Pleas
ant Hill, 'i)'t miles from Goshen station and
H miles from Cresswell station. It fronts on
the public road. It is in a II up, and thickly
populated neighborhood, w here a D-mouths'
school is taught iiunually. There are also
near at hand, a church and two good stores,
Tho land is all under fence, and tho soil iiii
meusely rich and deep. There is a fine or
chard 011 the place, a large number of the
trees Wing ladeu with various kinds of fruit.
The land is all cool rich bottom. Dr. Shar
pie.' fruit farm adjoins it. On the laud there
is a goon uweiung nouse, wooil sneii, HinoKe
house, hennery, two large barns 0110 new,
costing f ;UKI. The buildings are insured for
f PJtHI. lifty acres of the laud is under cul
tivation; the balance A 1, covered with tim
ber and brush. The present owner has lived
on tho premises for five years, and has thor
oughly improved it. There is also ou the
premises, in tho barns, considerable grain,
and 35 tons of hay, Ou the place are never
falling streams of water running through the
property, which can be couveyed to any part
of lue land. The place is 11 regular paradise.
The other property otiered for sale is as fol
lows: 10 head of horued cattle, 1 span tine
horses, 2 colts, farming wagon, harness, hogs,
uew mowing machine, household furniture
and many farming implements.
lerms ol sale: r or land, one-third down,
balance In 3 or 4 years, with interest at 8 per
cent, per annum, or tour per cent, on lor
cash. For cattle, horses, luiplcmeuts, furni
ture, etc., cash.
J. Gomjhtonk, Auctioneer.
X. II. For further particulars apply to the
auctioneer, Engelio City, or Mr. L. Gilpat
rick, who resides on the premises, and who
will bo pleased to show intending purchasers
all around the premises, and give them nil
tlio Information tliey ilesiro.
A Female Sum Jours,
Kansas City Journal.
Mrs. Richardson, a member of the Salva
tion Army, who is a trille too old to pass for
a Salvation lassie, entertained a big crowd ou
the public square yesterday afternoon. In
the courso of a tweiity-miuutes' exhortation,
he said tho following among other things:
"A saloon-keeper is the devil advance
'1 haven t Hot any use (or tbese knul 01
people that keep tueir t unanimity lua tismi
box six days In tho week and take it out on
"There isn't a church 111 this city that bus
got the suirit of God iu it. They will guar
antee you a seat in heaven for $.") a year."
'lou cun t get Cliristiamty into a tool any
more thuu yon enn get bologna sausage from
"Do you think that man with a chew .rif
tobacco in his inonih and a bottle of whisky
in his pocket is a fit temple for the spirit of
"1 would try to get into heaven just to keen
out of the company there is iu hull, if for no
"The Halvntion Army is tho pcoplos
church. You don't have to wear a silk dress
there to get religion."
"Jav Oou lit will nave to tune ma orimsiomi
straight, just the same as the poorest criminal."
Bullooiu In High Aliunde
I union Bpeetator.
Tho recent iitlempt made by some French
a roniiuts to reach a great height above the
earth has not been productive of nuy partic
ular scientific results, luo balloon in w tile 11
tho ascent was made reached an altitude of
over 20,000 feet without the occupants of the
ear experiencing any ill etlects, except a ten
dency t fuiutness 011 the part of one uf
them. When atioiil twelve years ago a simi
lar attempt was made, and the height of
25,000 feet was reaclii d, it was with fatal
results to three out of the (our teronants.
The success of the preseut experiment is ex-
o 11 ned bv the a legation Unit tlio ilimcuilies
due to the rarefaction of the atmosphere only
begins at an altitude of 2:1.000 or 21,000 (eet.
This view seems supported by the fact that
in the Himalayas ami the Amies unguis 01
about 20,000 feet have been on several oc
casions reached without any inconvenience.
In such cases, however, the ascent lias al
ways been irradual. Tho ill effects exper-
euceil ill balloons are one in uiu
m-ss of the change.
It Wiun'l For lllm-
MS .BARKER. Expert Gun
Smith Stock ot Guns and Am
munition on hand.
i:ia:.i: - -- oiti:;ox.
MONEY TO LOAN
Farm and City Property
For a tTm of yur at
Them is (.lie vacant free scholarship in the
State I'niversity for bane e ty, (or wincn
ti.iiiiiintioii ol iitinllciiiits will be lii'ido on
Monday, October fjth, 1X7. Those wishing
to upply will ph ase send in their names.
A. VY. l'ATTKItMON,
August 20, 1W7.
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGIXAL AlilF.TIXE OINTMENT
i. ,,iv mit un in lariio two ounce tin boxes,
a ml iu lltl absolute cure for old sores, burns
wounds, ( hupped bunds, and sll skin erup.
ii..a Will oositivelv cure nil kindsof piles
Ask for the ORIGINAL AIULTINE OIST.
MENT. Sold by all druggists at 2ceiits per
box by limil cents
What Is It?
That produces thut beautifully soft com
plexion and leaves no traci s of its applica
tion or injurious llcct? The answer, Wis
dom's llolx;rtine accomplishes all this, and
is pronounced by ladies of tusle and refine-
There were alio lit half a dozen of them and
they had been off somewhere in the couu
try. They were all piled in a wagon and ss
they passed 0110 ol the numerous collages a
Inetly woman accuiemany lumcu 1, niin.
nilid'kerchief liaise. There Were six hand
kerchiefs waving wildly in the breeze in one
'Ity Jove, she's pretty! I wonder who
she is. Thut was uieulit for me.
"It wasn't. It was meant for in., said
everylmdy but a little old man sitting ou the
bottom o( the wugou uimicn irom view.
"Well," he said, "I'll bet it was uot
meant for me."
"Itecaus that is my wife."
And a dead silence fell on the picnic.
Detroit Free Press.
"Excuse me," he said, as he baited a citi
zen on the street, "but I have a sure and
sjieedy care for that mild form of erysiwi!S
iu your face. It is only $1 a bottle."
"Erys pe !" howled the other.
"I ll warrant a cure in a very few weeks."
you old idiot, 3on't you kuow nothing?"
shouted the enraged man. "Erysipelas?
Why I brought this face on with Whisky. Am
I to be insulted after working as I hav for
the last twenty years? Go on, sir, or I'll do
you serious injury. "
SHERYOOD BURR, jc.ty
Now for the oldest iHistniaster. This time
bi. name is Roswell lleardaley, and he licks
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ment to be the mot delightful toilet article ; postage .lamp, at on
ever produced. Warranted harmless and was elev it. d to the posi Ion of P. M. June
matchless. F. M. Wilkius, Hgetit, Migeue 11-0. ami bium b",.., r.
. HIS onglUUI coiuuiinsiou , i )ti
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