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ESTABLISHED FDR THE DISSEMINATION OP I'EBIU'RITIC I'RISCIPLES, AND TO EARS IN HONEST LIVING BY THE SWEAT OP Ol'R BROW.
EUGENE CITY, Oil, SATUUDAY, OCT011EU 22, IH87.
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IulH'!,r m"l S'roprioJor.
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1 . S.,vei.th and E Ldith Streets.
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hC7TvertiserswiU Lo charged at the fob
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line tor each insertion.
Ir."ie will he rendered quarterly.
All job work must be paid foil on mxiVKKV.
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law,-
. -..r.J TV AT 1 TUP rniTii'lN OK
this State. Will give special attention
t7ci.neeti.rtn and probate mutter.
Office--Over Hendriuk & Eakms imiik.
CEO. B. DORRIS,
Attorney and Counsellor-
. .mil? nU'lfTJ
lfMLL PRAUIK. r. ii". wH io
V ..f the Second .Iti.lieiul District ami in
h, S,.preu.e Court of tliis State
Sptc.al iitteniiou Bin.-!! v' v
matters in probate
Washburne & Woodcock
SU.iEXE CITY. - - - OUKCON
OFFICE At the Court House. ij'8m3
geo. a. nonius.
8. W. CONDON.
CONDON & DORRIS,
LTOENECITY, - - - OREGON
OFFICE Over Robinson & Church's hardware
GEO. M. MILLER,
Mtorir and Ccunsellor-at-Law, and
Real Estate Agent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON'.
Oilice formerly occupied by Thompson &
J. E. FEN TON,
tUGENE CITY OREGON.
Social attention given to Real Estate Prac
ice ami Abstracts of Title.
Office Over Grange Store.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Resilience on Fifth street, where Or Slielton
Dli. JOSEPH P. CALL,
i 1AN BE FOUND AT HISOFFICE or res
Vyidenee when not professionally engaged.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite l'resby
J. J. WALTON, Jr.,
ATTORN KY-AT-L A.W ,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
TILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
1 fourta of the State. .
Social attention given to real estate, el
ecting, ami probate matters. ,
Collecting all kinds of claims against the
United State9 Government.
Hire in Walton's brick-rooms i and .
B. F. DORRIS,
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
T HAVE SOME VERY DESIRAM.K
L Karma, luii.rove.l and I'nimprov'd I own
property for sale, oil easy terms.
Property Kontcd and Kents C.llected,
The Insurance Companies I represent are
aiunn' the Ul.iest and most Reliable, and in
the 1'Kosirr and Eyi lT.uiT.K adjustm. i.t of tlie.r
losses Stand Seconk to None.
share of your patp.na is s'.li. ited.
Oltice up-stairs, over the Grange Store.
B. . DORRK
HAS OPENED A SHOP ON NINTH
Sti-wt t..Hsit the Star I'.akerv, wlu .e
he is pr-p ired to .I., all kinds of woik i.ffere.l
in Lis line.
A Ur.- t.H.-k of Fi'.e I "loth n l.nd f"r
cust-miers to stlect from. .
One of our siie. ialti.-s is the cuttili-' and
kin..f l.a,ie fh.aks.
R'luiri.ik. nd cleinin;; done pp.mntly. Oat
Cu'eue, Nt. C, 1'.. if
! be mnm n
Ollt BIG STOCK
n tit hi
r "1 See our remarkably complete ami ehuant
j2.f'?-: -: new stock at the
C.T LOW K.ST PRIC
HATS OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES
Suits Made to Order, Fits Guaranteed.
No TROUBLE to SHOW Goods.
J. W. CHERRY, Walton's Hrick.
Make No Mistake
l'v dispelling the svmpt.xns kh t.ft. ii l.iis
(alien fur coiiKiimpt. mi. SANTA AWE lias
inoiil.l la.luess to tnaii' ii lunisi liohl. l.y
its prompt use for !ivnl.t!ig up the cold that
too often dev. lu)8 that (.t il i!iasc,
ihousniids can lie sav.'il fr..:n in uiitjmelv
uruvr. you nmlie im t i t i!;e by keepiue; a
bottle i( this phasaut t. ioe.lv in your house.
CALIFORNIA CAT-U-CI RE is equally ef
I feetive in rnulicutin all tliiei s of Nasal Cu
I tur i li . llolh ol lhi i.woudeiful Ci. h(o i nia
remedies are sold ulid wanauted by all diu-
nists. !js n paekaue, 3 for 'J.oll.
. . . o . i
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL AB1ETINE OINTMENT
is only put nil in larn two otiliee till boM'a,
I nud is i.u absolute core for old sores, burns
wounds, chapped bands, ami nil skin ci up
turns. Will positively cure nil kin.Uuf pil.
I Ask for the ORIGINAL AH1ETIXE OlST.
1 1 MEM. Sold l.y nil tlruHistsi nt l'j cents 'per
j box--by mail 110 cents
What Is It!
That luoduces that beautifully soft com
plexion and leaves no truces of its applica
tion or injurious effects? The answer, V m
.loin's RiilHTtim. accomplishes all this, slid
is pronounced by ladies of taste nud reiinc
in. nt to be the most delightful toilet article
ever produced. Warranted harinlvss and
matchless. F. M. Wilkius, nyeiit, Eugene
MeClnng S Johnson,.,1:
K:' FOR THE JUSTLY CELERKATE
-nnin and sn vfr smnTS-
We are still nt the old reliable 'Grange Store,"
JL'- & and can sell you anything that you want to eat "J
"r wear, ffM
Chcaprr Than the Cheapest. '
Delays are Dangerous. !
You say, well, 'tis only a slight cold, look
out, it may lead to an iullauiatiou ot the lining
ii of iiunieM.is air ivlls of the l.uiics this is
Pneumonia. Or tos!Miioilic eoiit.aitioiis of
the fibres of the air pasKa"., w hich is Asthma;
or the intlamatiim of the ImiiiK' membrane of
the throat and tuls's w hich puss through the
Lillys, which in the first stac,t is called loon
chitis, and may lead to consumption. Santa
Abie is delicious in flavor, certain and perfect
in its tesiilt A few doses will relieve, a thor
ough treatment cure the a'sive named diseases.
Every bottle warranted by all ilnniiiists.
Don't Believe It
When told that F. XL Wilkin, tlu druist,
is not Kcllino, "Wisdom's Robcrtine" for the
coniplexion, the most clcpint mid only really
harmless preparation of its kind ill the
world, nud giving n beautiful picture card
with every bottle.
The only K'laniuteeil euro for catarrh, cold
in the head, hay fever, rose cold, catarrhal
deafness and soru eyes. Restore the sense
of taste and unpleasant breath, resulting from
catarrh. Euhj- and pleasant to use. Follow
direct ions and n cure is w arranted, by nil
driin'isls. Send for circulai to ARIETTNE
MEDICAL COMPANY, Oroville, Cal. Six
mouths' treatment for if 1.00; sent by mail
$1.10. For sale by all drutjuists.
harm for bale.
I have for sale 220 iutch of land know u as
the (iillilan farm; '2i acres pood timber nud
tho remainder all prairie. All under fence;
.ihI lions., ami liarn; o.nl oreiu.ni iiihi
other improvements. Tim pbieo has an
abundance of oood KpriiiR water and is hit
uated oue. fourth mile from the Pleasant
Hill school hoiiHC, one of tho best school
districts in the county. Foi further particu
ars apply to T. G. IIkndmukh.
ITiivi.w, m.vfitn.nil lirviinoellletlf M Willi mir
tics in Portland, I am able now to find pur
chasers 'or lands, more readily than
heretofore. If you have land for sale, im
proved or unimproved, you cannot do fet
ter than to entrust your business with ns.
Terms reasonable. Your patroiinejesolicited.
11. F. Dokiiis.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OK
BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS!'-
From the Cheapest . to the Best at
prices according to quality.
A LAUdESTOCK 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; can suit ijou if you give us a call.
OUR STOCK is
riYoli, A'cw and Styliftli..
Lo.,k ii s nvc; if m do tint mv you .nwey, will make son..- one els.
11 t.i oil lo v.
I do not believe Hint
has an equal as a euro
for Scrofulous Hu
mors. It is pleasant
to tnko, rIvcs strength
to tho body, and pro
duces a more porma
nent result than any
medicine I ever used.
E. Jlalnes, North
I havo used Aycr's
Sarsnparilla, lu my
fumily, for Scrofula,
and know, if It is
taken faithfully It will
this terrible ilisenso,
For forty years I
have suffered with
Erysipelas. I have
tried various remedies
for my complaint, but
found no relief until
I commenced using
After takliiR ten bot
tles of this meiliclno I
am completely cured.
M. 0. Amesbury,
I have suffered, for
years, from Catarrh,
which was so severe
that it destroyed my
appetite and weak
ened my system.
After trylna other
remedies, without re
lief, I iK'cnn to tnko
and, In a few months,
was cured. Hasan L.
Cook, W.i Albany St.,
Is superior to any
blood purifier that I
ever tried. I have
taken It for Scrofula,
Canker, and Halt
Rheum, and received
much benefit from it.
It la good, also, for
a weak stoma, h.
Millie Jane Peirce, 8.
Bradford, Ma.si. ft
Sii-sr.iw, Or., Oct. 8, 1SS".
Tho following i a list of the premiums
awarded by the Siuslaiv Agricultural Society
at its fair held on tin- '.'StH of Sept., ls,s7.
W. I. Col. f.man, Pres.,
.W SlSFiCN, Sec.
Division D. W I Coleman, buff cochin
and plytnouth rock chi.'keiis, 1st.
Division E. F M Nihswander, white
w inter whent.hopierton oats, pop corn, tim
othy in sheaf, liiili.irmn iu sheaf, red top iu
sheaf, blue barley iu sheaf, 1st: pearl millet
iu sheaf, '-'.I.
J A J Cu w, yellow untwell corn, Inue 8
owed corn, sugar com, crosbv's sugar corn,
H Dotv, snow flake wheat, 1st.
Win N Cinw, peail millet, giilden millet,
1st; sun tinner, '2d.
J 11 Crow, ninety day corn, sun llowcr.lst.
Division (. W'l I'oteiunu, j.U..- kidney
F XI Nighstt under, Mijjar squash, 1st; rune
apple s.piash, '2.1.
J A J Crow, may flower, Livinsiou's to
Torete nud cherry tomatoes, leopard, balti
more blue mid fair west potato, 1st.
1 L Simpson, peach blow, llurbank's sued
ling and snow ttiike potnto, 1st; Baltimore
blue potato, '2d.
Win Ionian, basainia beet red, basanna
beet yellow, mangel will ti l beet, white bcl
gian carrot, 1st.
Win N Crow, pine apple, Essex hybrid,
and l.ubbard squashes, 1st.
C E Russell, Rurpee Bquashes, 1st.
J II Crow, acorn squash, early Goodrich
snl early Vermont potato, 1st.
W IluHMt'Il, Burpee's mammoth tomato.lst,
J A J Crow, opossum nose squash, marble
head cabbage, 1st.
Division I. Kate Russell, mixed pickles,
can cherries, can pears, boiled cider, 1st.
.Myrtle Russell, plum marmalade, 1st
Mvra NighsWMiider, squash pie, 1st.
Division J. Elum Ionian, straw paper
A J Nighswander, while apron. V, yards
Helen Crow, machine cover, stand cover,
pillow slips, 1st.
Emma Ward, clock lambrequin, kensing
ton painting, paper holder, 1st.
Mrs Mary ( row, bed quilt, 1st.
Kate Russell, nrsasnne embroidery, 1st.
Myra Norris, crochet collar, 1st,
Bertha Davis, crochet tidy, 1st.
Stella Landrith, crochet lace, 1st.
Cynthia Landrith, crochet laco, '2nd.
Division K. F M Nighswander, yellow
bellllower, golden russet, baldwill, red cheek
pippin, cooks favorite nud w hite bellllower
apples, jiilinn pear, evergreen blacklierry.lst.
J A J Crow, fall russet and winter ncllis
pear, tolpy hockin, July bower, holly, wine
sap, 1st; fall butter pear, bal.hvin apple, '2d.
1 L Simpson, vicar of wakelleld and fall
butter pear, 1st; bnrtlett pear, '2d.
Wiu Russell, pound pear, Isabella grapes,
Divmiou L. Lillie Crow, boquet of cut
flowers dry, 1st.
Kate Russell, Yicks (lowers cut boqtut,lst.
Lulu McCalister, basket paper Mowers, 1st.
hn ,Ulonh!ii(l Subscriber.
Tho infuriated subscriber had just nodied
into the otlice, ami a pale, spiriluello report
er faced him calmly and asked him what he
"1 want to know who wrote this scurril
ous article about me."
"I did "
"You did? Sure it wasn't an error of the
'Isn't the proof render to blanio?"
"Not iu the least."
"Young man, lot me embrace yon. I've
been whipping editors nil my life and you're
the first one 1 ever met who did not blame
the proof-reader or compositor."
-AFULL LINE OFGROCERIES.-"
F. I). DUNN.
frepsrod by Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, V.
Price tit six bottles, M.
The county board of commissioners of
Douglas county on Wednesday let the con
tract to the California llridg Co. ,of Oakland,
Cal., for the coiiHtruciion of a combination
iron and steel bridge across the North Ump
qua at Winchester, to cost $11,1)10. This
structure will be CHI feet in length, approach
es making the total length nearly 800 feet,
capable of sustaining a weight of '200 tons,
The piers are to be of iron pipes filled with
concrete, anil the foundations alone will be
mole expensive than the total cost of any
other bridge in thecoiiuty. The North Ciiip
qua is a very rapid stream, subject to fiesli
ets, and it is good news that the bridge will
be of tho most substantial character made, it
being the first steel bridge constructed iu Or
egon. The floor will be about fifty feetabovi
the river bed. This bridge willaccemmodate
a section which has b. cu nearly cut off from
market during the winter time, and located
as it is on the general overland line of travel
will prove a great and lasting benefit to the
public. The structure is to be completed by
the 1st of September, 1N81,
The editor of tho Wuitslmrg Times thus
advertises iu the coliimui of his own widely
circulated journal: The editor hereof last
Thursday or Friday lost ho did'nt 'blow it
in' on a horse race or any other game but
actually lost a long pocket-book. It was a
lung pocket-book, and it had been a long time
since it had any money in it; but it contained
papers, railroad passes, etc., valuable to lis;
therefore we will pay a liberal reward for the
leiurn of said book and papers. Tho book
wi.s niv. n to us bv E. L. Powell, and the
passes were given by the railroad companies,
ami wo hate to lof.e them.
. . ... .
A Kiirlii.lo. of Jewell. Or. L'on. has the fob
j lowing card in the Astorian: Notice to Imod-
: Iiiiiih The undersigned having I n annoyed
I by some person or persons who have queer
; ideas as to the rights of property and also
j seem to nmlerstaud how to go through my
i house when my door is locked arid the key lu
my pocket, proposes lo call to his assistance
' bis oi l musket which be proposes to leave on
: guard while he i rodo. I will not load very
, heavy but will put in sufficient to make sore
! g. if any oue fools with it.
j A Lewis county farmer owned a Hols'eiu
j bull worth J..KH', which was inclined to I e
ere n. It got into the yard recently, and the
f inner, intending to frighten the auimsl.load
d up his shotgun with an extra charge of
powder ulid a large wad of paper, then plant
ing hims.'if wpur. ly iu front of his bullship,
he let drive at slmit range. When the smoke
of battle cleared away the bull was lying on
the ground as ib ad as Julius Cu sur.
A NASAL INJECTOR f.w with each U.t-
t!e of Hhilili's Catarrh Remedy. Prioe M Ota.
fonvifl Urotft trtat Minimum; ,Ul.
Levi M. llrott, a state prison convict nt
Jackson, sentenced n year ago to three years
for larceny, begau seven months ago to de
velop symptoiusof paralysis. He would sud
denly fall in the ground while ut work nnd
could not eat for long periods. At length he
had to go to bed. The muscles of his face
became rigid, the eyes lived, and he ceased
to speak or eat only as food w.is fed him with
a spoon. He was i.pparenllv deaf ami could
not see. Physicians from all parts of the
state t xaniined him, and pronounce.! his
malady paralysis. The pnson physician,
however, believed Hrolt Was feigning all his
symptoms, but at the same time lie deemed
it nearly impossible for him to do so. The
doctor ileterinined to tiy a new remedy. Ha
called the attendants into the hospital and
told them iu the presence of llrott that the
ease was a peculiar one, ami that the convict
could not live beyond a few days any way.imd
that the licit day be should p oceeii to chlo
roform llrott, saw the skull nud see w hat tho
disease was. The doctor then left, and very
shortly llrott began to move, and calling the
hospital attendant to him he told Ihatnlilcial
that he had been shamming from the start ill
order to g. t a pardon, and did this for sym
pathy, llrott was routed out of bed and put
to work In the paint shop. The doctor says
he lias heard ot one similar case in this
country, but only oue.
The Snlisri Point.
S, F. Examiner,
While reforming the language I crave leave
to introduce nil improvement iu punctuation
tho snigger point, or note of cachiuation.
It is writteu thus w nnd represents, us nearly
as may be, a smiling mouth, It is to be ap
pended, with the full slop, to every jocular
or ironical sentence; or w ithout the stop, to
every jocular or ironical clause of a sentence
otherwise serious thus: "Mr. Pickering is
tho noblest work of (iod " "Our respect
ed and esteemed w contemporary, Mr. De
Young, whom for his virtues we revere nnd
for his success envy w, is going to the devil .
as fast ns his two heels csn carry him."
"Deacon Fitch, a truly good man is self
made in the largest sense of the term; he was
horn great, wise and rich, but tho dellectioti
of his nose is the work of his own coat
sleeve." Grirf loo limit for Cltrrunrr.
Werduor, Idaho, News.
Professor Clayton tells of a thrilling expe
rience. At Ruby City, while looking over a
claim to determine the most f ivornble place
to prospect for a blind ledge, an extension of
a valuable mine, he accidentally in marking
the ground dug up some good ore and expos
ed tho ledge. The locators, w ho had recent
ly sold it for an inconsiderable sum, were
with him. One of them indulged in a great
deal of profanity, cursing his luck for having
trilled away a fortune. Turning to his part
ner, who was less demonstrative, he inquired:
"Why don't you kick?" "Don't talk to me,
I nm hurt so bad I can't kick, I'm blooding
Thousands of Dollars
are spent every year by the people of this
stab, for worthless medicines for tho euro of
throat ami lung diseases, when we know that
if they would only invest f 1 in SANTA AIRE,
lbs new California discovery for consump
tion ami kindred complaints, they would 111
this pleasant remedy find relief. It is rec
ommended by ministers, physiciuiisnnd pub
lic speakers of tho Ooldeu State. Hold and
guaranteed by nil druggists nt $1 n buttle.
Three for $2.00.
The most stubborn case of catarrh will
speedily succumb to CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE.
Six mouths' treatment for $1. lly
Jin Arch Mmlo oMUO R.brl Hank
In a letter from Calm!, Mr. J. H. Pynes.nn
Englishman, who has been looking after the
construction of the Amir's workshop, writes:
"Abdur Rahman is a nan whose word must
not be disputed. I saw a curious piece of
architecture here the other day, a ghastly
triumphal arch made by nrtisausof the place
with the heads of '200 prisoners taken iu the
rebellion. You can imagine the honor of
the sight. Yesterday I was riding through
the bazar and came across the head, mounted
on n pi lo, of Taimiir Hhah."
Faum roa Kali. A farm containing II'.IO
acres, situated V, miles from Eugene and
Vt miles from Irving, is offered for sale at
$20 per acre, There are RIO acres under cul
tivation; 80 more is open land. The rest is
limber land furnishing abundance of wood of
all kinds, close to market. Then, are three
good orchards on the place. The soil is very
rich and well adapted to fruit raising. Will
be divided to suit purchasers. Apply to
J. J. Walton, Ju.,
Eugene, City, Or.
The Waitsburg Times says: A seven year
old child of Herman Myers, a few miles south
east of this city died a fow days ago. The
child had from his iufaucy doubtless been
dead to all the five senseshearing, smelling,
tasting, feeling and seeing. It never walked,
stood or sat nor even attempted t), yet it
grew physically all the time, and at the time
of its death, was as tall as ordinary for chil
dren of its age. It nvcr in any way heloed
Itself, nor attempted to. It would eat what
they put into its mouth, and whenever they
put it th re. Its eyes wre as bright at ever
seen, but they seem d to be useless. It
showed no signs ol life ut nny time except
that it breathed, ale and digested its food.
Advices from Melbourne state that an im
mense nugget weighing about lifty-one tt.s.of
pure gold, has just been iiuar!ied iu the now
famous Midas mine. The nnd has created
intense excitement. The nugget i fl it and
has something of the contour of a colo.al
band, held open, with the thumb and finger
close together. Its greatest length is twelve
and one-half inches. The value is estimated
at 110,100. A cast of it will be taken before
I it is broken up.
A little story is told of oue of the caudi.
dates examined before the supreme court for
admission to the bar at Salem recently. It
I is also said the light hails from Portland.
I When axked, "What is marriage?" he uuiv
ly remarked, "A coutract by winch a n an nud
I woiuiin ugree to live together." He was
1 dumfoundrd by the judge curtly remarking:
j "i'es! Many a man and woman are Indicted
i for that!"